I’ve been test-driving “Kinjamprove” for the past couple of weeks, and holy cow, is it fantastic.
“...they have everything to lose and few dreams to chase. But little guys still have a chance to pursue a dream and catch it... and what a feeling that must be.” Thanks, MinuteRiceChannel, for making that indirectly inspirational and hopeful comment on the Black Flag today about that 13 year old racer.
I feel like the comments on the Front Page have been less constructive and much more hateful in the last weeks since the sale. The misogyny, racism, and other bullshit that was filtered more effectively before seems to be afforded a lot more leeway now.
On that Tesla-semi crash article. Well, that was a mistake. It’s like any of the civility that is here in the kinja comments, is totally gone. FP comments are often not the best, but they aren’t usually at YouTube comments levels of garbage. So yeah, moral of the story, Facebook comments are trash, but I’m sure most…
You know who’s had fun this year? My Puffalumps. (Me, too.) Here’s some of the things you wonderful people have done with my Puffalumps that have made me laugh the most.
Anyone else having this issue? They seem okay being uploaded from the computer. I'm on Chrome Version 35.0.1916.114 m on Windows 7. Camaro badge as compensation.
Anyone else having this problem? Ironically a few hours ago it was fine...but all of a sudden I don't see stars on anything under the first couple posts. What gives.
Overutilized? Vague? Premature? / Useful? Informative? Revealing?
Is there _ANY_ point at all in 'recommending' a comment if it's a few days old and the article long since pushed off the front page? Seems that it will never ever be found again. So if you don't recommend a comment within about an hour of the conversation starting, it seems really pointless. Am I way off base here?
I wouldn't mind a blanket moratorium on the phrase "__ called... they want their __ back" when referring to car design. I know I use it way too much myself.
Interesting Radio Times discussion on online discourse I listened to last night while washing dishes. Nothing particularly mind-altering, mind you, but interesting.