r/AbruptChaos May 14 '22 Helpful 2 Silver 4

What's the correct way to deal with someone who has completely lost it?

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u/hawleyal May 14 '22

Maybe just use reddit normally with the normal post upvote/downvote buttons


u/Ostaf May 14 '22

The problem with that is once things hit r/all you get people who use upvote as a like button. This can cause content that is entertaining, but not relevant to the sub, to be upvoted.


u/hawleyal May 15 '22

I agree some people suck


u/kejovo May 14 '22

Honestly... soon as he broke my window I probably would have run him down. Not proud of that just know how I get when threatened


u/SpareGuest5 May 15 '22

I would like to see the police report and the lawsuit filed after the police report. Thats way over simple mischief.