INFOCOMMS - EZ - FIX - Only Members with track record of buying from INFOWARS STORE

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INFOCOMMS - EZ - FIX

  • Only Members with track record of buying from INFOWARS STORE

Your Welcome.

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@Slayer
Reasonable starting point. Needs specifics for various select access levels, etcetera. Still requires something more for sincerity levels or condition that satisfies the truthfulness of individuals intentions.

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#3

So you’re censored if you don’t have residual income to be able to buy a bunch of stuff? That is terrible. This is not subscribestar, and it is reprehensible to hide behind a pay wall.

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#4

Steemit does something like that too.

#6

I believe in the free market system.

#7

Yes, sounds ok to me. Use Patriot points for Infocomms time.

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#8

No your a infowarrior that buys products from the story with a lil history then you are for sure in.

#9

Oh thats a good idea too. Use Patriot points to enter Infocoms

#10
  1. What if there was a Quiz on the US Constitution and Bill of Rights?
  2. How about a Quiz on the Fisa gate scandal?
  3. What about a quiz on infowars products?
  4. Combine all these together and it would be like a citizenship training course for someone to be immigrated into infocomms.
  5. Maybe a person could select one of these topics…
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#11

Na, lets stick to Patriot points for Infocomms. That’s how it should be and to support the site.

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#12
  1. I like the Patriot Points idea. It will have a two fold effect.
  2. If there were fbi hacker plants trying to get in this infocomms site by buying infowars products then these fbi hacker plants would get in trouble with Google for being infowarriors, though they were said to be working on a case…
  3. Then all the data from real infowarriors and fbi hacker plant infowarriors would get mixed up and heat up the google servers in china until they melted and caused great pandemonium.
  4. Then the Chinese people would call upon Almighty Lord for help and the people would disavow google and we would all go back to counting on our fingers and name dropping people to get ahead in life, all the while going to church and being happy to be in the USA.
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#13

okay no one cares. Points or Out.

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INFOCOMMS MUST REMAIN FREE

  • AND VOLUNTARILY SUPPORTED ONLY.
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#15

Best idea on topic, giving inspiration for greater understanding of original intent of Constitution.

Allowing for access into higher levels of InfoComms interiors. Less interested members lingering outside the areas of productive apparatus, which focuses upon eye opening activities in 3d environment.

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#16

Here’s an idea:

  1. Infocomms users can submit comments.
  2. Mods can approve the pending comments.

Contest Focused:

  1. Approve contest-winning comments first.
  2. Procrastinate on addressing other comments.

In other words, instead of only trying to punish people for spam, inappropriate content, porn, hate speech, illegal stuff, attacks, etc, whatever the rules state, we could focus on simply rewarding the best of the best, if there has to be limits to what can be posted or whatever the case may be.

Focus on the top.

Instead of the bottom.

First.

Or let it all hang out.

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#17

How about we all grow up and stop whining about what others post, and Be willing to NOT respond or comment on the things we disagree, Its only when there’s incisive spamming as there has been in the last few days that Mods should intervene, just as they have.

How about approach this community with a sense and display of Dignity, can’t be that hard is it, that we have to come up with all kinds of schemes and methods of shutting up people we don’t agree, (“Censoring for our own weakness, insecurity and vulnerability”).

This is getting pathetic already…

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2015-06-01-00-17-14~2

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#19

Exactly the PROBLEM! :point_up:

INFOCOMMS MUST REMAIN FREE

  • AND VOLUNTARILY SUPPORTED ONLY.

That don’t Make Sense?

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#20

I agree, terrible idea.

When I was in video game development, I hated the idea of “pay to play” or “freemium” business models.

To me, it’s a weak tactic by companies that are afraid their product won’t succeed so they try to use these stupid business models.

Whatever your business, if your product can’t stand open competition, then your product sucks and your company needs to do something else to compete or get out of the market’s way.

This is why I hate with a passion the model of forcing customers to sign up for a 2 year contract for cell phones, etc. Thug companies that are afraid to compete in the open marketplace because they know their product is shit.

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#21

Nothing is Free anymore. Infocomms is Growing and in infancy. I suggest a plan be developed in the future. After Summer?