History BrokenBase / Internet

6th Oct '15 2:20:12 PM Pichu-kun
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** What is a furry character is a controversial matter. Are non-furred animals like reptiles (dubbed "scalies") furry or does "furry" refer exclusively to furred animals, not animals in general? Are furry characters only FunnyAnimal's or are "feral" (non-anthro) characters allowed? If so, what level of anthropomorphic do they need to be to be considered furry characters? How do non-human apes fit into all of this?
** For that matter, what is a furry period? Some people insist you must have a fursona or fursuit while others simply enjoy animals as characters. Don't even get started on the people who think furries are all into yiff.
** With FunnyAnimal characters there's the issue of how to draw them. Clothes or no clothes? Half-dressed or fully clothed? Breasts on females or flat chested? Human-like hair or no hair?



** What ''is'' a furry and a furry character is a huge BaseBreaker. Does it refer to all animal characters or only furred ones? Where do monkeys and apes come into place? Is it bipedal characters only or are 'feral' characters furry? If ferals are allowed then are basically all animal characters 'furry' or do they need specific degrees of anthropomorphism? There's also the idea that all furries havs fursonas, wear fursuits, and/or like yiff.
12th Sep '15 6:16:38 PM nombretomado
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** This doesn't even begin the touch on [[KingdomHearts Kairi]] and [[NinjaGaiden Rachel]] showing up and the various the {{Flame War}}s the crop up around them.

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** This doesn't even begin the touch on [[KingdomHearts Kairi]] and [[NinjaGaiden [[VideoGame/NinjaGaiden Rachel]] showing up and the various the {{Flame War}}s the crop up around them.
12th Sep '15 3:35:47 PM Pichu-kun
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** What ''is'' a furry and a furry character is a huge BaseBreaker. Does it refer to all animal characters or only furred ones? Where do monkeys and apes come into place? Is it bipedal characters only or are 'feral' characters furry? If ferals are allowed then are basically all animal characters 'furry' or do they need specific degrees of anthropomorphism? There's also the idea that all furries havs fursonas, wear fursuits, and/or like yiff.
24th Aug '15 12:28:17 AM heretoeditisall
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** Adam "Zaush" Wan- sexual predator, or innocent?
23rd Aug '15 4:50:22 AM LucaEarlgrey
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** The 140-character limit for tweets. Opponents don't like how it makes meaningful posts and conversations difficult to carry out, while proponents point out that Twitter began as an SMS-based service--hence the character limit--and that the character limit is here to stay as long as Twitter offers the option to send and receive tweets via SMS.

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** The 140-character limit for tweets. Opponents don't like how it makes meaningful posts and conversations difficult to carry out, while proponents point out that Twitter began as an SMS-based service--hence the character limit--and that the character limit is here to stay as long as Twitter offers the option to send and receive tweets via SMS.SMS, as uplifting the limit would be unfair to those who can only afford texting plans.
23rd Aug '15 4:47:38 AM LucaEarlgrey
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** The 140-character limit for tweets. Opponents don't like how it makes meaningful posts and conversations difficult to carry out, while proponents point out that Twitter began as an SMS-based service--hence the character limit--and that the character limit is here to stay as long as Twitter offers the option to send and receive tweets via SMS.
23rd Aug '15 4:45:37 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* Website/{{Twitter}}: Official clients (such as the website itself, [=TweetDeck=], and official mobile clients) vs. third-party clients (such as Tween and its forks, Tweetbot, and the [[LostForever out-of-user-tokens]] Janetter). Those who use official clients consider them good enough for everyday use and don't have to worry about refresh limits[[note]]Twitter's API, used by third-party clients, limits users to 15 timeline, mention, and message refreshes every 15 minutes, among other things[[/note]] or limited features such the lack of group messages or favorite and retweet activity. Those who prefer third-party clients prefer them for the lack of ads and addition of extra features not found in official clients such as choosing third-party image hosts, live streaming of tweets, and muting tweets by keyword or tweet source rather than just muting users.

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Official clients (such as the website itself, [=TweetDeck=], and official mobile clients) vs. third-party clients (such as Tween and its forks, Tweetbot, and the [[LostForever out-of-user-tokens]] Janetter). Those who use official clients consider them good enough for everyday use and don't have to worry about refresh limits[[note]]Twitter's API, used by third-party clients, limits users to 15 timeline, mention, and message refreshes every 15 minutes, among other things[[/note]] or limited features such the lack of group messages or favorite and retweet activity. Those who prefer third-party clients prefer them for the lack of ads and addition of extra features not found in official clients such as choosing third-party image hosts, live streaming of tweets, and muting tweets by keyword or tweet source rather than just muting users.users.
** Subtweets, i.e. carrying a public conversation without @-mentioning whoever you're talking to. Some get some giggles out of exchanging conversation and being sneaky about it, but others consider it timeline clutter and a nuisance especially to those who don't follow every user involved in the conversation.
** The practice of replying to someone but putting their @-username somewhere besides the very beginning of the tweet, so that everyone following the replying user--not just those following the replying user and the recipient--sees their side of the conversation. Some don't mind it much and feel that it encourages them to discover new friends, but others argue that if they really want to see conversations involving people they don't follow, they'll just view the replying user's timeline instead.
23rd Aug '15 4:41:29 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* Website/{{Twitter}}: Official clients (such as the website itself, [=TweetDeck=], and official mobile clients) vs. third-party clients (such as Tween and its forks, Tweetbot, and the [[LostForever out-of-user-tokens]] Janetter). Those who use official clients consider them good enough for everyday use and don't have to worry about refresh limits[[note]]Twitter's API, used by third-party clients, limits users to 15 timeline, mention, and message refreshes every 15 minutes, among other things[[/note]] or limited features such the lack of group messages or favorite and retweet activity. Those who prefer third-party clients prefer them for the lack of ads and addition of extra features not found in official clients such as choosing third-party image hosts and muting tweets by keyword or tweet source rather than just muting users.

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* Website/{{Twitter}}: Official clients (such as the website itself, [=TweetDeck=], and official mobile clients) vs. third-party clients (such as Tween and its forks, Tweetbot, and the [[LostForever out-of-user-tokens]] Janetter). Those who use official clients consider them good enough for everyday use and don't have to worry about refresh limits[[note]]Twitter's API, used by third-party clients, limits users to 15 timeline, mention, and message refreshes every 15 minutes, among other things[[/note]] or limited features such the lack of group messages or favorite and retweet activity. Those who prefer third-party clients prefer them for the lack of ads and addition of extra features not found in official clients such as choosing third-party image hosts hosts, live streaming of tweets, and muting tweets by keyword or tweet source rather than just muting users.
23rd Aug '15 4:40:52 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* Website/{{Twitter}}: Official clients (such as the website itself, [=TweetDeck=], and official mobile clients) vs. third-party clients (such as Tween and its forks, Tweetbot, and the [[LostForever out-of-user-tokens]] Janetter). Those who use official clients consider them good enough for everyday use and don't have to worry about refresh limits[[note]]Twitter's API, used by third-party clients, limits users to 15 timeline, mention, and message refreshes every 15 minutes, among other things[[/note]] or limited features such the lack of group messages or favorite and retweet activity. Those who prefer third-party clients prefer them for the lack of ads and addition of extra features not found in official clients.

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* Website/{{Twitter}}: Official clients (such as the website itself, [=TweetDeck=], and official mobile clients) vs. third-party clients (such as Tween and its forks, Tweetbot, and the [[LostForever out-of-user-tokens]] Janetter). Those who use official clients consider them good enough for everyday use and don't have to worry about refresh limits[[note]]Twitter's API, used by third-party clients, limits users to 15 timeline, mention, and message refreshes every 15 minutes, among other things[[/note]] or limited features such the lack of group messages or favorite and retweet activity. Those who prefer third-party clients prefer them for the lack of ads and addition of extra features not found in official clients.clients such as choosing third-party image hosts and muting tweets by keyword or tweet source rather than just muting users.
23rd Aug '15 4:38:20 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* Website/{{Twitter}}: Official clients (such as the website itself, [=TweetDeck=], and official mobile clients) vs. third-party clients (such as Tween and its forks, Tweetbot, and the [[LostForever out-of-user-tokens]] Janetter). Those who use official clients consider them good enough for everyday use and don't have to worry about refresh limits[[note]]Twitter's API, used by third-party clients, limits users to 15 timeline, mention, and message refreshes every 15 minutes, among other things[[/note]] or limited features such the lack of group messages or favorite and retweet activity. Those who prefer third-party clients prefer them for the lack of ads and addition of extra features not found in official clients.
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