>>439533 Well, no, they aren't video games. (Some) of them are video game culture. Deleting threads about your favorite Game Grumps episode doesn't make since because it falls under the umbrella of vidya culture.
>>439618 But what about when the people in those threads decide to turn them into discussions about the lives of the people that play the games in the videos? That's when things go out of place. There's talking about games and things in games and even game development, and then there's discussing things that aren't actually about video games. When a thread is about people's personal lives, it's no longer about video games.
>>439653 I've been wondering if that was the case... It's also using it as bait... I can't lie, that hurts. Painkillers exist, and they do help. Some of the undesirable people will always stick to a thread and keep their old habits/behaviors with them anyway, won't they? And if a good portion of the people in a thread decide to act against what's good for a board, then new people will see that, and believe that is proper procedure in a thread with that topic, so things take a long time to change from when issues are first brought to light. It's mainly about some people feeling the need to uphold tradition that doesn't help the topic in question. Basically /v/'s subculture.
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