I would like this discussion to be in the right place, as Maoman rightly suggested. The above link is to a thread in temp, so you will need to be signed in to open the link. Below is a copy of my last post in that thread… JoeSax has kindly suggested that I am whinging, although I find that a further attempt to suppress users feedback.
Same here – I just don’t see points of view or serious arguments being suppressed by temping. I do see some extreme silliness or grossness being temped, and that’s a policy call by the owners of this private site. I happen to agree with that call, and I don’t consider that a ‘moral judgment’ – just a perfectly legitimate assessment of what is or isn’t of permanent value to a private website. [/quote]
Monamii questions people’s right to slag off Taiwan.
Sandman searches for a mini helicopter.
Rantheman complains about a Tai Ke festival.
tash looks for an alternative to sanitary products.
Thyrdrail sparks a discussion about perceptions towards the Chinese.
Tainan Cowboy shares a reminiscence.
Joesax seeks an answer to an oft asked interview question.
A man cleans his teeth in front of Kate.Lin
Loretta asks why it isn’t raining now.
MuchaMan asks why he is cooking bacon early in the morning.
MotherTheresa starts a war about what happened to Ma Ke.
TheGingerman asks ‘Which Wind in the Willows character are you most like.’
Funk500 states that he is looking for pre-teens in a dating forum.
So how can it be true that some points of view and some opinions aren’t suppressed? Tell me how Muzha man’s bacon is more serious than JoeSax’s interview question.
I am genuinely confused. One can say, ‘I am looking for pre-teens,’ or ‘I think that picture of the 11 year old Saaya is hot,’ but one cannot say ‘I took a crap.’
I am perplexed.