The graphs that scientifically define our times
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12th March 2009
enfarcer @ : Oh my god, he banned Kenny! You bastard!
officer_kenny is free to gin up support for his dead colleague all he wants on other communities. As his posts here have been neither graphical nor particularly poignant, they have been deleted, and we won't be hearing from him again.
(And I sincerely apologize for the title. I just could not resist.)
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thatsexydeviant @ : Ice Cube's "Today Was a Good Day": The Flowchart
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13th October 2008
wallynotorious @ : Mod post - LJ-cuts
So, currently this community's rule on LJ-cuts is this:
"Any size graph is allowed as long as it does not have more than a 50% chance of crashing computers operating under reasonably accepted configurations, although the mod reserves the right to ask for an LJ-cut if a graph's size is inflated for no particular reason."
But it occurs to me people might be fond of LJ-cuts, maybe? Maybe not? Graphs of a certain size?
For my part, I can understand some folks not wanting friends pages to be mangled (although I consider the obliteration of friends pages to be the height of awesome). But I also really want people to go to the community page and see the graphs, and not a long series of cut-aways. Have any communities had success with policies of cut-now-and-go-back-and-edit-out-the-cut-i
So, I guess I'm opening up discussion on this, I guess.
And since even this mod is not above the rule that every post must have a graph, here's some completely irrelevant data for you:
The rule that feedback to the mod must be in the form of a graph, chart, or diagram is suspended for this post.
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