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Respect our constitution!
Since this is my first post I should layout why we badly need this board because some of you don't get it. First of all, Mao Zedong said "Let 100 flowers bloom!" Infinite disagreement should be the mark of a real culture, because it leads to infinite insight.
one of the main goals of http://tgboard.rf.gd/
(before traffic killed it), was for it to be one of several interconnected repositories for tg related material that we just can't share anywhere else. If you shared something there, it would definitely stay online, because the userbase would care enough to make backups. If something was deleted, we would still have a database to list what had been deleted so you could go to other sources. (In fact, I was planning on starting a tg wiki at one point, but I don't have the human power to do it.)
Ideally, there would have been a sekrit club system, with replaceable links that never died, and some of us would move files around every single time there was a complaint similar to the sad panda system. Fighting it would be like chopping a head off the Hydra only to have 2 heads grow back. (Unlike this forum which deletes things for copyright holders.)
[b] Yes, anything excluded elsewhere could be put there. [/b] That also means there would be a creative outlet for hosting the tg lolicon stories that are banned on Fictionamia, because I know thought-crime is the highest crime, and I therefore don't think highly of the opinions of most Canadians or Germans.
A second goal was to bring together a bunch of kinds of communities, and to allow criticism so that readers could decide for themself whether something sucked, and so writers/artists could improve. I see that the misguided "Social Justice Warriors" are indeed running most of the TG sites, building hug boxes, and banning reviews to make people feel unoffended. That saddens my both my creative side, and the part of me that still believes in free enterprise.
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