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14 March 2017 Tuesday


slated in mainstream at 8:34 pm

Reddit does not understand the internet. Closing older articles to any new comments, just as a matter of elapsed time, is so much nonsense I don’t know how to even.

I have things to say about this and I cannot because nonsense-Reddit nonsense-decided that archiving and closing comments with no reason is a thing to do.

Reddit being nonsense and automatically closing the option to vote or comment on all posts arbitrarily after 6 months.
Reddit archive practice is nonsense

This is up there with how much I dislike tangled cords and unreliable bluetooth connections.

It’s the very singular and spectacularly-worst thing about Reddit. I have not been able to come up with any practical reason for this practice and I would really love to know Reddit’s own reasoning.

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