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How Post Aesthetics crashed and burned But when groups get too big, they can easily fall apart. At its height, it had 40, members sharing a constant stream of original memes, screenshots, and funny anecdotes.
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Post Aesthetics fell apart when the excessive use of the "dat boi" meme sparked a heated debate about its predominantly white member's frequent use of African-American Vernacular English AAVE and whether a Dadaist meme constitutes cultural appropriation. The group was flooded with dat boi memes and discourse, and overwhelmed moderators took the brunt of their members' anger for both not banning the memes altogether and also bending to "PC culture.
Huge private groups can work if they're hyper-specific Two years later, groups with oddly specific themes are thriving. Emma McGrory, who isn't the biggest fan of Facebook because of data misuse and her aunt's "bigoted posts," says she enjoys the niche groups that make her feel like she's part of a community.
So being part of a community where everyone is part of that subculture When I posted in my college's meme group looking for people to talk to for this story, sophomore Kelsey Wallace said that despite the fact that the group was primarily made for shitposting, the community provided something of an orientation to the school's inside jokes.
The members' shared interests that bonded the group together — affordable, extensive public transportation and creating urban spaces that are accessible — are being widely spread beyond the group itself.
The community is so tight, its reach expanded past Facebook and helped save the aerial tram emoji from being Twitter's least used emoji. New York City transit oriented teens got that big dick energy.
Gartsbeyn says that since the creation of WIPBTM, group insights has allowed him to see the group's growth and engagement, "which is neat. By requiring people to answer a questionnaire when they request to join, mods can generally weed out problematic Facebook users.
Being part of these groups is kind of being in on an extensive inside joke — if you understand each group's quirks and eccentricities, you're in the club. Gartsbeyn's what if phones, but too much would go through "name change days," where the group's name would be switched for a day and its content would reflect that.
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Around Halloween, the group's name was changed to what if bones, but too much. Gartsbeyn's personal favorite name change was what if stones, but too much. Going in the complete opposite direction of its typical pro-tech content, "which was rly fun because it then just devolved into caveman roleplay complaining about these newfangled bronze tools.
The group what if phones, but too much is tired of kids and their newfangled devices. His depiction of immigrants as inherently criminal, and his attempts to connect immigration to shadowy cabals of financiers, closely track white supremacist tropes. More often, he would invoke anti-Semitic themes without any explicit reference to Jews or Judaism. As a largely urban, educated, and liberal group, Jews naturally find themselves on the negative side of this implicit moral divide.
These elites can be easily identified as Jews, but doing so is not necessary. The theories still work reasonably well without identifying Jews per se. Phyllis Schlaflyan influential conservative author and activist, long argued that a shadowy Eastern cabal had controlled the Republican party and deliberately led it to defeat. The villains in her narrative were sometimes Jewish. Lou Dobbs, a fervent pro-Trump nationalist, recently endorsed the common right-wing theory that George Soros was secretly financing a caravan of refugees making its way through Latin America: Straight out of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion.
The conservative Jewish intellectual Norman Podhoretz wrote a long defense absolving Robertson of anti-Semitism — or, at least, of anti-Semitism beyond levels Podhoretz deemed reasonable.