How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
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Mystery Science Journal 3000

This might be a mistake. So let me get feedback first.

I want to create a community. This community will be dedicated to making commentary on other people's journals and mocking them via inserted comments. Look kids, nothing personal, but some of you have this embarrassing habit of writing some really... well. I'm not going to tell you how to write in your journal, but if you're posting for other people to read- hey. There's such a thing as a spell-check, okay? Acronyms actually mean something- DVD-R is not the same thing as DVR.

And I know I'm not the only person that reads a few posts every day that make you go: "Wait- are you serious?" So- if I made a community dedicated to providing commentary on other people's posts (limiting, of course, the reprinting of said posts) how much shit would I really stir up? What community rules would I need to ensure it didn't get shut down via a TOS violation? Would you post in it? How offended would you be if a friend said horrible things about the post?

I envision a post would involve: a link to a PUBLIC entry, followed by some scathing commentary about the content, the spelling, and the idiocy contained in it.
Tags: bad ideas, mst3k, shitstorm
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