>>409118 this. there is little philosophy on /his/. It's two seperate userbases dicussing two seperate things.
Also, can /lit/ get some fucking moderation? I had to report seven threads today and I've only been on for a few minutes. Most of the catalog is dross. I used to assume absent mods was just a thing on boards the staff might have an axe to grind but why /lit/? It's like they want this sight to be ran into the ground.
>>409412 >Also, can /lit/ get some fucking moderation?
seriously this and not just for offtopic threads, all the tangentially related to literature threads that can be contained to a single thread, tangentially related to literature threads that are obviously in violation of rules 3 and 6. But also garbage in threads that actually have a chance to be good: offtopic replies, complaining about 4chan, complaining about reddit and avatarfagging really need to be cleaned out.
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