Note: Answering questions from /u/triketora. We scheduled this under a teammate's username, apologies for any confusion.
[EDIT]: Logging off now, but I spent 4 hours trying to write thoughtful answers that have unfortunately all been buried by bad tech and people brigading to downvote me. Here's some of them:
During Sneaky and Meteos' co stream yesterday they recalled some pretty funny scrim moments. In the clips Meteos discusses how back in 2016 Meteos would play Olaf and Zac. He was one of the only junglers to do so at the time and wanted to practice it in scrims vs TSM. He said how every single scrim they would perma ban Olaf and Zac. When Meteos asked if they could not ban it so he could practice it they said "yea later" but kept banning it every scrim. Meteos changed his tournament realm name to "BanOlafZac" and then Parth held the scrim lobby hostage refusing to start until Meteos changed his name. He got so heated that Reginald and Jack had to intervene.
They also recall a moment where during Worlds scrims vs RNG one of the games they hard camped bot. Uzi ragequit the scrim block and went to play soloq because he was tilted.
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I have made a couple posts, which apparently this person does not like. He/she called me a cunt and then started trolling my page, so I blocked them. But then I find they have sent me a loooong abusive message, which frankly I was surprised that they bothered to put so much effort into. They deleted their username after the message was sent, but I know it’s the same person as they referenced a conversation only we had. Should this just be ignored? Anyone else had this experience?
There should be a feature where users can decide to hide or block some subreddits. I like going to "popular" but some stuff there just makes me wanna close the app and do something else, for example I don't care about 95% of news about the US, I don't wanna see toxic subreddits like r/avarageredditor when they post homophobic and racist stuff, or other subreddits that annoy me. But I like going on popular because sometimes I can discover new subreddits.
I think we should also be able to flag certain subreddits, there is no point in messaging the mods if they allow racist and homophobic content.
Edit: I'm talking about the android app.
This is an extremely bizarre missing persons case which I’m surprised hasn’t been covered before on this sub. Unfortunately there is very little media coverage available freely online and the media coverage the case did receive was exclusively from the local newspaper. I discovered that I can essentially make the articles available if I paid for the Newspapers.com Publisher Edition and 'clipped' them (clipped articles are public). You should be able to click on the link and it will take you to a scan of the original news source but if this doesn't work please comment and let me know!
"A sweet and lovable person"
Robbin Lewis Slaughter was born to Dorothy ‘Dot’ Slaughter and William J. Slaughter in Owensboro, KY in the predominately black West End neighborhood. By all accounts, Slaughter––who was 36-years-old at the time of his disappearance––was a bit of a homebody. He kept his social circle small and rarely ventured outside the 5 or 6 places he freq... keep reading on reddit ➡