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Old 07-01-2012, 03:21 PM   #18
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Default Re: Animated GIFs in GM

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Originally Posted by Johnny Groove View Post
Ya know, you don't have to click on the links. Ignore list is another option.

Just another restriction on freedom of speech, just another instance of the Bourgeoisie restricting the actions of the Proletariat, what else is new.

Just get over it, Jesus. There are people starving in Africa, people working for 33 cents an hour in Chinese sweatshops and we are complaining about gifs?

How about some fucking perspective?
What the fuck is this shit? Click on what links? The gif is there as a fucking image. In case you haven't realised, the ignore list is pretty much useless when the ignored post is being quoted by other posters.

Yeah there are so many other pressing problems in the world. Why do we even bother discussing tennis then? You're so indulgent and bourgeoisie for giving a fuck about tennis. Get off your high horse and stop sermonising; it's annoying as hell and even more annoying than Hian and his stupid Pocahontas gif.
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