> TO KNOW IF CONTENT IS "REDDIT" OR NOT, ONE MUST LOGICALLY VISIT REDDIT ONESELF
>I know about medieval European history therefore I must have been in medieval Europe myself
Why is this logic allowed?
This is the story of a dog going to the yard to pee
in GIF verison
Not only that, the logic is flawed because you can know the aspects of something without necessarily being apart of it. We've seen the censorship on Reddit. We don't have to go there to state facts.
Go back to elementary school.
The most beneficial thing Chinese Moot could do for 4chan woukd be to just fire all moderators and give the most trust worthy janitors mod status until new proper moderators can be found. Sure there would be a large spike in shit posting and rule breaking for a couple weeks or so but it would also drastically decrease the amount of bullshit like this in the long run.
The issue is really with shitters thinking they're smarter than mods or anyone with common sense.
You know what you're doing when you dismiss a post with "reddit". You aren't trying to be logical or make sense and all parties know this. But the moment a mod calls you out on it you feel the need to turn the issue into a battle of wits. Stop embarrassing yourselves because you want to keep your quick n' ez shitpost alive.
You have browsed reddit a lot, long enough to form an opinion about their culture and things they like and dislike.
Or, you just trust what other people say about reddit, and you really shouldn't do that, should you?
How would you know I was from "plebbit" unless you've been there? Checkmate.
Because the mod is a Reddit fag.
He doesnt like seeing people use Reddit as an insult or people saying the site is shit.
This is the only logical conclusion since he got the actual phrase "go back 2 Reddit" filtered and not just the word "Reddit."
Filtering the word would have discouraged people from talking about the site at all. That would have been fine. But he decided to just ban the negative phrase instead.
All that bullshit about "You're just using Reddit as a meme/insult instead of arguing." is only directed at people that dont like the site.
That mod doesnt give a single shit about good debate. Proof: he was using logical fallacies as an argument.
The mod's "logic" is garbage, too. You've already pointed out the flaw, and many people on 4chan probably DO use Reddit as a resource, but dont participate there because they dont like the community.
Between that, and the fact that Reddit users come here on a daily basis and shitpost it's no wonder that anons are familiar with the site.
Knowing about Reddit doesnt make you a Redditor. Sometimes Reddit is the only place to get a piece of information.
And I must once again mention the amount that certain boards have to deal with Reddit's users. They simply do not know how to lurk. And when challenged, they demand the rules be changed to their favor and that the mods ban certain words, or set up "containment boards", or allow user moderation, or have shadow bans, or whatever would allow them to suppress that opinion they dont like.
And that's what it's about. 4chan has the option to hide threads, report threads, and do the same to individual posts. There's even the option to filter tripcodes, or even post IDs (I think that's still there) and there's greasemonkey scripts for this shit too.
But that isnt enough. It's not enough to filter this shit out for oneself. These fuckers want it filtered for everyone. Because they think they know what's best for everyone and that's how things are done on Reddit.
>This is the only logical conclusion
I really gotta wonder about some of you people though. You do know Reddit is becoming more like 4chan lately, right? This one is on the front page of /r/funny right now