It's the /r/brisbane random discussion thread. 16/11/2020

Well I'd like to point out with what u/MisterSpoony, Soup_in_my_pubes, Lastchancebins were something of an insult more than an acceptable speech. To that level is not something one like a redditor like me should tolerate, and it shouldn't be a conduct that is encouraged and certainly with the mass consensus. Just because it's popular doesn't mean it's right.

Quite plainly, if the sub is supposed to be inclusive, it has to walk the walk not just talk the talk. And people forget, that is the problem.

People need to learn there are consequences for the choices they choose to make. They made their own. This is coming from someone who is a fellow mod in trying to maintain a healthy online environment, albeit in a Discord server.

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