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Author Topic: RPGnet's decay (TBP madness)  (Read 27591 times)

The Spaniard

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Re: RPGnet's decay (TBP madness)
« Reply #555 on: November 28, 2021, 02:55:16 PM »
What a pathetic waste of digital real estate TBP is.

He says as he keeps up a running commentary on the TBP.

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It's important to document their idiocy. Haven't I told you to archive, archive, archive the left's blather? They WILL memory hole their shit if given half a chance.

It is important to know what those who hate you are up to.  Their site is mildly amusing; I look in every so often just to see the latest in a steady stream of less progressives step in their own pile, and get eaten by the radicals.   Dummies...

Ghostmaker

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Re: RPGnet's decay (TBP madness)
« Reply #556 on: November 28, 2021, 04:03:20 PM »
TBP is suddenly aflutter, because it seems we're about to see Mandy Morbid vs Zak Sabbath, round two.

https://forum.rpg.net/index.php?threads/mandy-morbid-and-two-others-accuse-zak-smith-of-abuse-harrassment-sexual-assault-warning-very-very-dark-read-redtext-in-posts-86-418.841424/page-76#post-24144634

Mandy Morbid has a gofundme up for legal expenses (she's countersuing Zak) here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/wd76ub-help-with-legal-fees

I'll tell you what piqued me though is that she says her name is Amanda Nagy.

Which... I find curious as there is a Mandy Nagy who is a editor emerita for the Legal Insurrection blog. She suffered a stroke several years back and sadly was never the same. Odd. No, I don't think they're the same person, it's just weird.

Amusingly, one of the comments on the GFM was 'I never touched 5e because it fawned on Zac S and Pundit.' Sorry, what? They got a contributor's credit. How the hell is that fawning? Jesus.

Shasarak

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Re: RPGnet's decay (TBP madness)
« Reply #557 on: November 28, 2021, 05:44:14 PM »
Seeing a woman called Nagy always makes me smile.  :D
There will be poor always,
pathetically struggling,
look at the good things you've got! -  Jesus