Anonymous Wed 29 Mar 2017 05:00:17 No.10328769
As I've pointed out countless times before, this isn't about me. It's about you, and many other people. Why don't many people react the same way for anal abuse as they do for other (typically less dangerous) abuse? (Furthermore, why doesn't anyone even TRY to seriously improve Wikipedia's articles about anal sex and the human anus, which have been terrible for years? I've been posting plenty of good sources that should be cited by those articles, also for years, and yet no one is doing anything significant with them so far as I can tell.)
Anonymous Fri 28 Oct 2016 23:47:57 No.9514792
It is [...] logically fallacious (red herring) to try to distract people's attention away from anything factual that someone posts by discussing the poster's irrelevant personal attributes instead. This persistent discussion about me is nothing more than a diversion; it's an excuse to discuss anything but those inconvenient facts that I've been posting for years.
Anonymous Sat 19 Nov 2016 03:58:02 No.9623910
"Attack the messenger" and "change the topic" are shill-like tactics that I continually see. Posting about the ad hominem and red herring logical fallacies seems to be rather ineffectual compared to people actually using them, which is probably why I keep on seeing them -- they're sadly very effective.>>10823344
4chan censorship Sat 31 Dec 2016 05:21:00 No.9847466
I do what I can for issues that I care about. This is otherwise known as specialization or focus, because one person can't reasonably be expected to take on every problem in the world.
4chan censorship Mon 28 Mar 2016 01:32:50 No.8318852
Aside from this thread, there are plenty of examples of rampant anal abuse (as in harmful/injurious activity) on this board and elsewhere. For /gif/, there were many such examples in the past, there are many now, and there probably will be many more in the future.