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This Time It's Permanent [Jun. 19th, 2007|03:30 pm]
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Hey everyone. I wanted to give you a quick heads up that we just announced details of the Permanent Account sale in news. Click over to read all the details! There's also a related post in lj_biz.

[User Picture]From: buttercup31
2007-06-20 12:27 am (UTC)
I didn't know what it was either. Now that I've read some of the links of what went on I think people need to pull their panties out of their asses and chill out. LJ was wrong, they admitted they were wrong, and fixed it. There are plenty of places that wouldn't have done so. It sounds like if people read the damn instructions for entering their interests and did it correctly they wouldn't have had a problem.

Nor would I stand up to defend a lot of the pedophillic fandom bullshit on this site. Two Harry Potter fanfics and I refused to read any ever again. It's disgusting. They should just take solace in the fact the Supreme Court is on their side and move on. It's a blogging site on the Internet, not your damn Federal Government.
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[User Picture]From: buttercup31
2007-06-20 02:50 am (UTC)
While I question the 'harmless' nature of these stories too many people wish to portray, the number one reason for which I can see people being angry is the amount of time it took for 6A to communicate what was going on with LJ. That I understand. Had my journal been suspended and I could not find out why I would be pissed as well. However, I feel like once I found out what was going on and they company did, in fact, issue a mea culpa (which is above what many corporations would do outside of saying 'bummer for you') I would get over it and move on.

But, you are correct, that's me and other people aren't like that. I do not get the LJ exodus or the the fact it's still a huge deal, but whatever. The awesome thing about this situation is that (like the first comment in this post pointed out) you do have a recourse if you feel that betrayed - don't give them your money.
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