Comments

You must log in or register to comment.

asdfghjklpoiuytrewq OP wrote

Like seriously though if you don’t like something just move on. Itd be different if i was posting slurs and bigotry and shit. Just because you don’t like something doesn’t make it bad you don’t get to make those moral judgments.

−2

kano wrote

Hell yea I obviously can and my responses to stuff you've posted on both the new and old account are proof that I can.

Also if you were posting slurs and shit like that you'd have been banned already.

And I reckon that calling wack shit wack isn't making a moral judgement.

6

asdfghjklpoiuytrewq OP wrote

Yeah, but who gets to decide if something is dope or whack? You? Why don’t I get to decide that? Why are you more qualified than I am to decide whether my own memes are good? You don’t get to make these decisions for other people. You don’t sound very anarchist.

−2

black_badger wrote

As soon as you post or write something and make it public, you're opening yourself up to criticism. Criticism isn't undercut by not offering your own content, nor is it more valuable if you do. Morality has nothing to do with it.

6

kano wrote (edited )

I mean I guess at the end of the day if I'm gonna take you seriously I'd say that wackness and dopeness could be considered subjective, so everyone can decide I guess .Though it seems to me that I'm very far away from the only person who thinks your memes are pretty consistently wack.

And I guess as someone creating memes and wanting to share them, that means you want to have an audience for them. No one said I'm more qualified then you to judge if they're good or not. But it obviously bothers you that I and other people consider them wack, so I mean I'd probably try to find a different audience for my memes, or make doper memes if you don't want people here to be annoyed with you. And when I say doper I mean doper according to our subjective standards here. Pretty sure /u/ziq has already even offered advice about this in some posts in /f/meta

4

black_badger wrote

I will repeat it: once you make something public you are absolutely 100% without question asking for opinions from friends and strangers. Some of those opinions will be positive, and some of them will be critical. It's part of being public.

If you aren't interested in people having opinions about your ideas and positions, the only solution is not to share your stuff.

4