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- villa 1m
- Vivvykins 3m
- Jameson 10m making the eternal black firmament my side bitch
- JMo 18s A hungry man is an angry man.
- Sara 6s
- coconut 52s
- arm0r3r 1s
- NovaQuinn 6m
- Atheran 59s
- Scarlyt 1m <3 <3 <3 The admins are the bestest! <3 <3 <3
- Kyrius00 1h
- Kisaki 13s Don't Stop Music...
c Mephisto 2m Malt doch nicht immer den Teufel an die Wand.
- SpaceLatency 11m 'And he gave me Venus.'
- jsmith225 6s
- Mench 17s I do Facebook and Website stuff.
- MrJDucky2 3s I'm actually a Duck in real life. Honest <3
- Oberst 1m
- Baguette 1m ye boi
- Selly 44s
- attaboy 3s
- Varolokkur 41s
- Levski 2h youtu.be/icy4-CQHVh4
- Ghostinthekeys 15s
- Vera 8s https://twitter.com/dril/status/218160412510785536
- pfh 2m
- FancyPenguin 15m
- Jonquille 14m
- Revex 42s
- Archer 4m
- Stelpher 31m
- Grey0 21m
- crashdown 7m
j Johnny 18m New Code Written Nightly. Not a GM.
- goodbyte 23h
- SacredWest 24s
a Cerberus 12h Head Builder & GM when I need to
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OOC-Channel Courtesy
Share a link? Be kind, tag it

If you're going to share a link in the public chat, you as the poster should be kind enough to tag to it anything necessary, such as NSFW or vulgar, something along these lines. Do not just post a think and when someone comments on what it should be complain at the others that decide to view the link when they ask you to do it from now on.

If you shared a link, you obviously want people to see it. Trying to put it off as the fault of the person viewing said link is not only annoying but downright rude. It doesn't matter what their situation is, if they should know what the contents are because it is you posting it. What if someone has only been playing the game a short while and doesn't know enough about the people they are playing with yet to make such judgement calls?

Case and point, Your link, your responsibility to warn potential viewers of what might be contained there in.