Cyclingnews forum, some twit is trying to get TFF banned



Bro Deal

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thunder

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Bro Deal said:
I think we shoud go lightly. That forum has a chance to become very influential because it should attract a lot of peeps who check cyclingnews for info. We should make sure it becomes a reality based community rather than a Paceline clone.
I meant, bring influence. Not comic sock puppets. Then again, I went meta on the guy with my own post.
 

whiteboytrash

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Bro Deal said:
I think we shoud go lightly. That forum has a chance to become very influential because it should attract a lot of peeps who check cyclingnews for info. We should make sure it becomes a reality based community rather than a Paceline clone.
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classic1

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They'd be better off employing a decent editor or some fact-checkers IMO.

I'm not even going to discuss all the farking advertorials.
 

thunder

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classic1 said:
They'd be better off employing a decent editor or some fact-checkers IMO.

I'm not even going to discuss all the farking advertorials.
I would think "farking infotainment" for the "top of the town" or the "daily planet" would be improvement.

*two of the finest houses of ill repute in Melbourne :D