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Why exactly was the "Like" button removed?


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After all, I myself was so close to reaching 500+ likes at the point that this button was removed. :(



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After all, I myself was so close to reaching 500+ likes at the point that this button was removed. :(

 

Because it was causing a large bug like before.

 

The one where it redirects you to an error message when opening any thread.



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I had 211 likes :/ 


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It is mindless anti-government idiocy. If it isn't turned back I predict the end of this country as a world power. Simply put the need to educate our entire population like any sane country is sen as wrong by the cult that practice this foolish idiocy. So is simple workers rights, child labor and every other sane policy of the modern world."
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I am happy with my 1400 " Likes" . I was 3rd on forum and about to get 2nd. I hope it will be inserted once again. 



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you guys pay attention to the weirdest things. Post counts and likes are like filler programs between your favorite tv shows.


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^ :D aaahh I like your comparison 



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you guys pay attention to the weirdest things. Post counts and likes are like filler programs between your favorite tv shows.


You look around at other forums and you'll find this is pretty common.

ARADIA: i think i mostly want to see what happens when this whole place breaks apart


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you guys pay attention to the weirdest things. Post counts and likes are like filler programs between your favorite tv shows.


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I wish they would disable post counts, so spambots would stop obsessing over their post-like ratio.


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It's temporary.


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I wish they would disable post counts, so spambots would stop obsessing over their post-like ratio.

 

Are you calling fellow human beings "spambots"? Does that mean you believe they're not human, so you don't have to love them and instead be judgmental about things they consider amusing or important? How hypocritical. <3

 

It's temporary.

 

Called it.


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