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1 minute ago, Silo said:

Have you tried turning it off and turning it back on again?

If it still doesn't work you probably have a faulty controller

My controller works fine. Square just won't revive furry furrums so I'll press F instead

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This place has always REALLY needed advertising. Someone or some way to tell others about the place. The Twitter account for example I think was supposed to help with this but it has been inactive. 

Also what Zara said. People are attracted by posts. If there are people posting legitimate things, people will post in return.

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On 11/20/2018 at 5:03 AM, Zaraphayx said:

As I have always said from the beginning.

Just Post.

Exactly. :v
People don't wanna post in an inactive forum. People see an inactive place, go "
oh it's quiet/it's dead/nobody posts here" and leave, making the place even more dead.
It's a vicious, dumb cycle and seems to apply to a lot of things besides forums.

Like @Sidewalk Surfboard said, I like the forum format too, but it seems most folks have moved on to other platforms (Discord, Twitter, etc).

On 11/22/2018 at 5:33 AM, Battlechili said:

This place has always REALLY needed advertising. Someone or some way to tell others about the place. The Twitter account for example I think was supposed to help with this but it has been inactive.

I think the Twitter account may have been run by Lemon? Not sure. If it was her, she's long since left the forum now, so that explains the inactivity there.

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17 hours ago, Umbra.Exe said:

I think the Twitter account may have been run by Lemon? Not sure. If it was her, she's long since left the forum now, so that explains the inactivity there.

All the mods had access to the twitter, but it was definitely used more for status updates about the forum itself as opposed to serving any real social function. In all honesty, that was what Discord was for, but that started to die off after certain events transpired.

 

 

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On 11/26/2018 at 7:36 PM, willow said:

All the mods had access to the twitter, but it was definitely used more for status updates about the forum itself as opposed to serving any real social function. In all honesty, that was what Discord was for, but that started to die off after certain events transpired.

 

 

It's endlessly entertaining to me how many mythologies spin up around the direction this community took.

There was no watershed moment where everything fell apart. A community is a system, and like all systems is only an amalgamation of it's parts.

Call it "culture" if that makes it more comprehensible, but i think it's kind of silly to use such a loaded concept to talk about a group of like 50 people.

Draw whatever conclusions are convenient to you from that information.

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8 hours ago, Battlechili said:

Yeah but a group of like 50 people can be easily demolished with a couple major events

Yeah of course, because the underlying social fabric was flimsy to begin with.

It's an internet forum populated by people with a massive dissonance in values and motivations for being here, and to top it all off most of them are immature as hell.

 

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