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Tequila_Wolf wrote

I can't deal with it anymore and I can't stand it. Unfortunately many people seem to be unaware of how it affects other users to be exposed to to it so often. Especially for those of us who feel responsible for making this a good space, it's exhausting to see some of the ways that people interact.

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mofongo wrote

We could make use of a 'sink' option to take threads out of the front page when they derail but not TOU has been broken.

OTOH, I'll make an effort to contribute less political forums so others can relax. Like /f/aww or /f/funny.

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Tequila_Wolf wrote

A person does not need to take trolls seriously to avoid enveloping the site with drama, though.

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Tequila_Wolf wrote

My preference (when I've had energy) is to clearly outline what they've done wrong one time, then ban them if they keep it up. Skirters are more troublesome, but it's generally not hard to get them to show themselves.

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ziq wrote

Better not let a leftist hear you say that.

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yaaqov wrote

There is more than one way to cause drama; there is more than one way to make trolls fuck off.

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6c_6f_76_65 wrote

Not being an admin or a moderator helps. I always find the minute you have to 'lead' drama pops up immediately.

I quickly read the things that interest me, post where I can help, and pretty much ignore everything else.

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mofongo wrote

I find drama as an unavoidable part of humans interacting, it's going to happen at some point in some way or another. Raddle is no exception but I find that these things here last less than other site, I've seen months long drama spreading over several subs on Reddit.

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ziq wrote

I've just started ignoring it. It's so obvious that it's the same troll baiting clouds into fighting him.

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Raven wrote

the same trolls keep coming back

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zzuum wrote

Not sure why it gets upvotes tbh. It's only because it pops up on my feed that I see it, but I really don't care

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Majrelende wrote

Maybe, in order to give everyone a break, odd numbered days of the month could be considered debate free, though it might be problematic that people might post all of their debates on the same day and give everyone a headache.

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48shadesofgrey wrote

how bad is it here? am I going to get mass reported for suggesting the working class should start getting armed and organised?

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mofongo wrote

This week was particularly exhausting.

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