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  • AdelleChattre

    Strangely, it doesn't seem right to use the term ‘OP’ here. So, how about ‘OS’ for ‘original Snapzite?’

    OS, I dig your post. Glad to get a glimpse of that conversation. And yet... even if this post was actually at Reddit instead of Snapzu, it would be better to use a no participation link here. Reddit can easily detect and could seriously mind a bunch of Snapzu users following that link. Technically, it would be considered a brigade, an offense at Reddit.

    Even though this is posted for information’s sake, and obviously not because anyone here wants to go participate in that post, we should only use no participation links into Reddit. To do this, replace the ‘www‘ in the link with ‘np’ to make it an NP link. Sure, it wouldn't stop anyone that wanted to get around it. It's a simple thing to do, though, that can mean a lot.

    Kind of like never asking people on Snapzu to vote at Reddit.

    How and where can we get this written on stone tablets or something to make it common knowledge?

  • bogdan

    I find it interesting that the most voted guy is someone who says he voted "Yes". His opinion is very much in contrast with the second guy who says he voted "No". The guy who voted yes seems to be keen on fighting to stay in the Eurozone and be a part of the European Union, while the guy who voted "No" seems to be saying "If we leave, the European Union failed cause they didn't want to be more lenient on us".

    Not saying "No" votes are worse off people, just that their attitude is more lax. And maybe that is in their best interest; I'm not one to say.

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