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GaldraChevaliere wrote

As long as they stick to the anti-oppression policy I don't think there'll be much of a problem. The politics crowd could make more of an effort to engage with them instead of just trying to ignore them, which I think would help.

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foggymorn OP wrote

I didn't think it would be a problem, just curious if others have thought about how it'll change the site with apolitical people driving the majority of discussion.

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An_Old_Big_Tree wrote

I'm happy for the shoplifters to be around.

I think that keeping them off the Featured Forums is a useful way to make sure they don't overwhelm the space.

f/shoplifting being the biggest forum isn't really a concern because the radical users are using all the forums. If the radicals crammed all their activity into one forum we'd be lightyears ahead in terms of posts.

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thelegendarybirdmonster wrote

You and ziq still make 90% of the posts.

@ Other raddlers, start posting more, comment, keep the forum alive, before TW and ziq burn-out!

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refertum wrote

I think it's a reasonable idea to bridge /f/shoplifting with illegalist ideas to try to combine the communities in a way.

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ziq wrote

Rad politics people should comment more so they don't get drowned out by libs.

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sudo wrote

I think the most of the non-radical/non-political users in /f/Shoplifting pretty much stay in /f/Shoplifting. I don't think they will affect the rest of the site very much.

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