• What was the end game in the banning of emotes?

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      • Local milk person
      • Re: What was the end game in the banning of emotes?
        Posted 09/13/2017 03:07 AM - Hide
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        If it was to curb anti-Semitism it seems to have failed. ;screech;

        Get that faux grin off your vile hooknosed face, heeb. We all know it's eating you up inside.

        Shut the fuck up, kike.
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        ;smug;
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      • Re: What was the end game in the banning of emotes?
        Posted 09/13/2017 10:19 AM - Hide
      • and now that ive discoverd themb ;turtle3;
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      • Re: What was the end game in the banning of emotes?
        Posted 09/13/2017 10:25 AM - Hide
      • An attempt to placate hymie. Which is impossible. Instead hams just flashed his vagina.
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      • Local milk person
      • Re: What was the end game in the banning of emotes?
        Posted 09/13/2017 10:26 AM - Hide
      • They got replaced by identical non-emote pics and nothing changed.
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      • Re: What was the end game in the banning of emotes?
        Posted 09/13/2017 10:27 AM - Hide
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        They got replaced by identical non-emote pics and nothing changed.
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        :winner:
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      • Re: What was the end game in the banning of emotes?
        Posted 09/13/2017 10:29 AM - Hide
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        If it was to curb anti-Semitism it seems to have failed. :lol:

        It was all about a one dollar bet between Hans and I to see if Hans could make every single board Nazis cry at the same time.

        I paid up a couple weeks ago.
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      • Re: What was the end game in the banning of emotes?
        Posted 09/13/2017 10:31 AM - Hide
      • VP_Spiro_T_Cheney posted:
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        If it was to curb anti-Semitism it seems to have failed. :lol:

        It was all about a one dollar bet between Hans and I to see if Hans could make every single board Nazis cry at the same time.

        I paid up a couple weeks ago.

        How long until that dollar walked up to the Wendy's $1 value menu?
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      • Re: What was the end game in the banning of emotes?
        Posted 09/13/2017 01:10 PM - Hide
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        VP_Spiro_T_Cheney posted:
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        If it was to curb anti-Semitism it seems to have failed. :lol:

        It was all about a one dollar bet between Hans and I to see if Hans could make every single board Nazis cry at the same time.

        I paid up a couple weeks ago.

        How long until that dollar walked up to the Wendy's $1 value menu?

        Is Wendy's kosher?
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      • Re: What was the end game in the banning of emotes?
        Posted 09/13/2017 01:22 PM - Hide
      • I reckon it goes like this...

        Only an admin can add an emote. Schlomo was an emote. Emotes are tied to an admin.
        Anyone can add a fauxmote. Kekeke is a fauxmote. Fauxmotes are user content, not board features/objects.
        F169's Schlomo emote has been used (and viewed) a staggering number of times. Enough to be concerning for an admin.

        Now that it has been shifted from emote to fauxmote, the admin can consider it user-added content, subject to the forum disclaimer, and can remove himself from responsibility for its use.

        :twocents:
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      • Re: What was the end game in the banning of emotes?
        Posted 09/13/2017 01:47 PM - Hide
      • Jimmy_Tomorrow posted:
        I reckon it goes like this...

        Only an admin can add an emote. Schlomo was an emote. Emotes are tied to an admin.
        Anyone can add a fauxmote. Kekeke is a fauxmote. Fauxmotes are user content, not board features/objects.
        F169's Schlomo emote has been used (and viewed) a staggering number of times. Enough to be concerning for an admin.

        Now that it has been shifted from emote to fauxmote, the admin can consider it user-added content, subject to the forum disclaimer, and can remove himself from responsibility for its use.

        :twocents:

        :motorcycle:

        THIS KIND OF PERCEPTIVE THINKING IS WHY JT IS BRIGADE COMMANDER. AND ALSO WHY HE WILL MOST LIKELY EVENTUALLY LEAVE THIS DUMP IN DISGUST
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      • Re: What was the end game in the banning of emotes?
        Posted 09/13/2017 02:50 PM - Hide
      • Jimmy_Tomorrow posted:
        I reckon it goes like this...

        Only an admin can add an emote. Schlomo was an emote. Emotes are tied to an admin.
        Anyone can add a fauxmote. Kekeke is a fauxmote. Fauxmotes are user content, not board features/objects.
        F169's Schlomo emote has been used (and viewed) a staggering number of times. Enough to be concerning for an admin.

        Now that it has been shifted from emote to fauxmote, the admin can consider it user-added content, subject to the forum disclaimer, and can remove himself from responsibility for its use.

        :twocents:

        Sounds right. Now what is different about schlomo that doesn't apply to the tard, beaner, chink and mammy emotes?
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      • Re: What was the end game in the banning of emotes?
        Posted 09/13/2017 11:42 PM - Hide
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        Sounds right. Now what is different about schlomo that doesn't apply to the tard, beaner, chink and mammy emotes?

        Popularity.

        Google returns results by popularity and usage. Let's say you Google "F169bbs". Google likes to offer you choices in the form of your search results. Top Stories, for example. Images, also a commonly featured results set, is often displayed before the web results themselves, showing a query's top images. If statistically the most used/viewed image associated with this board is Schlomo, that is the number one associated image Google will return for F169bbs.

        Instead of Google's default searching of the web, you can optionally use Google Images to search for anything. If you searched "F169bbs" in Google Images, you received the same top result. Schlomo. Lots of it, too. Schlomo is also both a proper name and an old-school caricature, not unlike "Sambo"; so both the image itself and its name have meaning to Google. Whereas "kekeke" would not.

        In this current unhinged climate, that association can bring a massive unwanted hassle (or worse) that could endanger the existence of the forum itself and, certainly not secondarily, make life miserable for Hans. Getting kicked off of a server, for instance, would be a huge headache. And such things can snowball very badly.

        In this way Hans is also, effectively, saving us from ourselves.

        It is a smart move to remove Schlomo from a fixed-position as part of the F169bbs Admin-owned emote collection and drop it to the fauxmotes where an anonymous user is responsible for it being there. Even smarter would be to delete it regularly so any given instance of it cannot never accumulate a significant number of hits. The image itself would still be there but would never numerically bring attention to itself; Google would view each new instance of it as an entirely new minor object.
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      • Re: What was the end game in the banning of emotes?
        Posted 09/13/2017 11:49 PM - Hide
      • Jimmy_Tomorrow posted:
        Popularity.

        Google returns results by popularity and usage. Let's say you Google "F169bbs". Google likes to offer you choices in the form of your search results. Top Stories, for example. Images, also a commonly featured results set, is often displayed before the web results themselves, showing a query's top images. If statistically the most used/viewed image associated with this board is Schlomo, that is the number one associated image Google will return for F169bbs.

        Instead of Google's default searching of the web, you can optionally use Google Images to search for anything. If you searched "F169bbs" in Google Images, you received the same top result. Schlomo. Lots of it, too. Schlomo is also both a proper name and an old-school caricature, not unlike "Sambo"; so both the image itself and its name have meaning to Google. Whereas "kekeke" would not.

        In this current unhinged climate, that association can bring a massive unwanted hassle (or worse) that could endanger the existence of the forum itself and, certainly not secondarily, make life miserable for Hans. Getting kicked off of a server, for instance, would be a huge headache. And such things can snowball very badly.

        In this way Hans is also, effectively, saving us from ourselves.

        It is a smart move to remove Schlomo from a fixed-position as part of the F169bbs Admin-owned emote collection and drop it to the fauxmotes where an anonymous user is responsible for it being there. Even smarter would be to delete it regularly so any given instance of it cannot never accumulate a significant number of hits. The image itself would still be there but would never numerically bring attention to itself; Google would view each new instance of it as an entirely new minor object.

        What was the end game in the banning of emotes? #1
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      • Re: What was the end game in the banning of emotes?
        Posted 09/14/2017 11:37 AM - Hide
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        If it was to curb anti-Semitism it seems to have failed. :lol:

        It is just one emote, isn't it? Or is there more than one gone?
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