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  • Text Post
    3 years ago
    +13 13 0

    Whats your rules on dropping a series?

    Personally my rule is to never drop a series no matter how tortured I am watching it. Black Rock Shooter and Texhnolyze come to mind. The reason I never drop a series is so I can properly complain about it later. Also you never know it could redeem itself, a recent one I watched that did exactly that was Phantom: Requiem for the Phantom. Took quite a while, but it did.

    What is your rules on dropping a series?

  • Text Post
    3 years ago
    +13 13 0

    How will this site be making money?

    As the site grows I feel this is something that needs to be talked about. Some will say this is for the site owner to worry about, however as other sites have proven this can greatly effect the community depending on how it goes. Reddit and Digg have shown us that investors can easily be the downfall of a website because their one goal is to make money, and will implement things even if they don't know what is making a community good in the first place.

    I feel like we could make some suggestions on directions to go. Personally I think making some money off the users is the way to go. Taking donations is a good start and offering something special to people who do. Badges, special patterns, etc. In the long run as traffic builds I don't know if this can support it however.

    Does anyone else have ideas? Do those who run the show already have plans on how to start making the site pay?

    Also sorry about not tagging the post. I don't know what category this would fit under.

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  • Current Event
    3 years ago
    +13 13 0

    Healthy 24-year-old granted right to die in Belgium

    Over 1,800 people were euthanised in Belgium in 2014, a 27% increase on the previous year.