elpmis said:Like I said, I'm only offering to do the job, I posted lots of example of what I consider good content - if they don't ask me to do it I'm not going to lose sleep over it, I do once again appreciate the anti elpmis campaign
Well it's very nice of you to offer. I wasn't trying to launch an anti-elpmis campiagn, just pointing out the fact that you are a man of ill repute.
Perhaps that was the specific rule, but why have those standards for thread titles and not name titles? Those appear more frequently than thread titles do. Granted those details no longer exist in the rules, but since someone brought up the whole worksafe av thang I figured it was up for discussion.elpmis said:actually, that was for thread titles
I'm mostly just arguing a point here. Where do you draw the line between NSFW pictures and words? What good does it do to enforce that standard on av's when someone's title above it says "Cum guzzler" or "goat fucker". And as you said, if I have to use the Worksaferest theme to filter that stuff out then what's the point of having the worksafe rule in the first place? My answer: because it makes this place more enjoyable and raises fewer concerns for those of us posting from work (which last I checked was a huge majority of us).thrawn said:That's not an argument to still stand. There is no rule, what should be enforced? If bad words were such a problem, make a thread and say something. fly and theacoustician have been pretty good about working with people here if there is a problem. If vulgar words could jeopardize your employment then you shouldn't really be browsing the internet, let alone a forum such as this. You can turn off avatars, you can use another theme that filters bad words. What is the difference?