unnamednewbie13 wrote:Also clarification, my mom told me that they'd turned off the TV for their cat because it was making a pest of itself that day. Literally grounded from TV like a child acting up. I thought the story was funny.
If I'm stopping by I might drop off a cat toy or some treats. I'm not buying an ipad for a cat lol.
This is the archetypal genesis of the fascist dictator
1. Refuses to pander to cats
2. Stays stern and unemotional during superhero films
3. Is fine with restricting freedom of speech for 'undesirables'
4. Starts work on long-winded ranty manifesto - yours could be 'Mein Derpf'
I make cat toys and give them attention. I'm fine with watching superhero films, but I haven't found any that I like in recent years. I'll still watch Batman 89 on a lark though.
I'm not fine with restricting freedom of speech. I'm fine with a social media platform exercising ban powers when a user violates the rules they agreed to when they signed up for the platform. Yes the power of tech companies should be conversed about on a legislative level and checked. State officials using social media for official business should also be checked. Facebook/twitter/etc. need to be beholden to the same kind of rules papers and news channels need to abide by.
You know how many times I've heard conservative talk show hosts hang up on callers? Trump gets banned and suddenly you're conscious.
Also, where's the "long-winded manifesto?" A couple paragraphs in three pages of humoring your bizarre opinions. Gonna need to ask uzique for binding advice on such a gutbuster.