• @L3s
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    154 months ago

    Just to be transparent, I’m the mod who removed your posts.

    We get a lot of rule breaking posts between the multiple communities I moderate, some of them get upvoted heavily and still get removed.

    For example, someone posted a scientific post that had nothing to do with technology in /c/[email protected], it had a decent amount of upvotes and comments. It was still removed for rule 2 of that community, as it was off topic for that community and there are ones that exists for that content.

    Sorry that it upset you, but if I could give you advise: just follow the community rules and you won’t have these issues

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      -124 months ago

      But you avoided my point.

      Hundreds say yes. You say no. But your opinion wins. Is that immoral?

      • @L3s
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        I didn’t avoid your point, I actually answered it: rules are rules and exist for a reason, if you break a communities rules they will remove your post or comment.

        To put it more simply for you, no, it is not immoral - especially when you look at the context of your question.