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The only social media I post images to is Instagram and they do not give a single flying f*ck what you post. As long as it does not contain a nipple but apparently full on 70's bush is fine, go figure. I find that odd considering they're owned by the same company. Twitter is even worse for pornographic images.

 

Youtube is fast becoming a dead format, many Youtubers adopting the same boring template as each other. As for Facebook, I haven't had an active profile on it in years now.

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I hate the media with a passion....

 

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it was set up by David Scott, a 57-year-old shooting instructor who lives in Kilsyth, 20 miles from Dunblane.

 

WHO

DAFUQ

CARES!!!!

 

Seriously though, yeah the Dunblane thing was sad, but pointing out he lives near there (and what happened) brings nothing but a instant negative outlook on the article.

 

Its like saying "Bob Pritler - a 48 year old man whos names rhymes with Hitler has posted something on social media regarding an anti semetic slurr...

 

you get my point..

 

Interesting article though. but not a social media user so not hugely opinionated on it all..

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1 hour ago, Prisce said:

https://apple.news/AMUg792vnQfOjd3BNYr9G8Q

 

I saw this earlier and immediately thought of Airsoft.

 

What do you all think?

Good on David for creating his own type of version of Facebook, lol I'll not go into the YouTube thing as it will just pee me off as I got banned from it for doing reviews and tutorials and they will not give me my channel back, go figure..

But yo be honest maybe I can just enjoy the hobby more and and spend time on other things too that the YouTube stuff time used to take up.

 

but yeah as long as its done tastefully and is monitored more gun related hosting platforms is a good thing in my eyes:)

 

 

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Ian McCollum also has a channel called forgotten weapons on youtube. As a fan I will have to go and have a look......just at the guns of course:P. It dose make me chuckle that porn has become slightly more socially acceptable than responsibly handled fire arms. 

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Given that ScotPlod did an armed response / helicopter swoop on a chap for posting a picture of himself with a toy gun, that site might end up getting more traffic from the police than from owners.

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I'm sure H.M constabulary would only visit porn hub on a purely professional basis of course. On a side note telling the wife I was going on there just to look at the guns just wouldn't  wash as an excuse. Lol

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17 hours ago, Aengus said:

 

" I was searching for gun videos honestly love"!!

 

This is going to end relationships :lol:

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5 minutes ago, Seven said:

Im confused.

 

What's YouTube's gun rules? The place is filled with Airsoft videos.

 

And this thread is 3 months old, you are confused.

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Play nice now. :P

 

5 minutes ago, Duff said:

What's YouTube's gun rules?

 

Secret and subject to change on a whim.  They apparently have been banning channels although whether that's by policy or just their banbots or lettuce licking blockleiters going rogue is an ongoing question.

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57 minutes ago, Duff said:

 

And this thread is 3 months old, you are confused.

 

What does age matter?

Would you rather I started a whole new thread for the question?

Or would you complain I did that too?

 

48 minutes ago, Rogerborg said:

Play nice now. :P

 

 

Secret and subject to change on a whim.  They apparently have been banning channels although whether that's by policy or just their banbots or lettuce licking blockleiters going rogue is an ongoing question.

 

Wow that's kinda shitty. I was planning on doing Airsoft content... Glad i found this out beforehand.

Guess I'll just make a separate YouTube channel from my main one in case the worst happens.

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I thought it banned anything that had a sale/link to a sellable item in the description or if you told people where to buy them in the video..

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Too stupid for words. I was going to post on Farcebook me geared up with a rif saying right of to shoot some people.

All totally tongue in cheek, but won't bother what with all the bannage going on.

Stupid snowflakes having a whine no doubt.

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On 07/07/2018 at 17:40, Huxley said:

Too stupid for words. I was going to post on Farcebook me geared up with a rif saying right of to shoot some people.

All totally tongue in cheek, but won't bother what with all the bannage going on.

Stupid snowflakes having a whine no doubt.

 

You can't make a joke at anyone's expense now. It's a good job comedy became big in the 80's.

 

I find the hardest laughs I have ever had have been at my own personal expense. If you can't laugh at yourself then you should definately not laugh at others misfortune.

 

As for the de-monetisation of gun content on YouTube, you have Trump to thank for that.

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On 07/07/2018 at 17:45, Duff said:

It's a good job comedy became big in the 80's when it was still OK to call a poofter a fag and a black man Sooty.

 

 

Just because it was socially acceptable doesnt make it ok!!

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10 minutes ago, Albiscuit said:

 

Just because it was socially acceptable doesnt make it ok!!

 

It's perfectly fine as long as it isn't meant maliciously but some can't even take a joke through their own self identification. Wars are started over dickheads taking themselves too seriously.

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On 13/07/2018 at 12:18, Duff said:

 

It's perfectly fine as long as it isn't meant maliciously but some can't even take a joke through their own self identification. Wars are started over dickheads taking themselves too seriously.

 

What if you’re not a dickhead but still take yourself too seriously?

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8 hours ago, rocketdogbert said:

 

What if you’re not a dickhead but still take yourself too seriously?

 

You'll have to find that person and ask them mate....

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