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https://frankspeech.com/

Homerboy

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So Mr. Pillow is launching his own "free speech" social media network.
Except you can't swear, can't take the Lord's name in vain and can't bear false witness against your neighbor - they will be moderating these things.
He claims it can support 1 Billion users and that he has his own servers secured so that Amazon etc can't just pull the plug on them

 
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Homerboy

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A "free speech" social media platform that bans users for their speech.

How Orwellian.
Please note the "bear false witness" caveat too. AND he explicitly said he's going to be dropping his proof of voter fraud and election rigging on the site. You know... "bearing false witness against this neighbor". But it's only false witness if you're a libtard.
 

BlueWeasel

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Obviously no thought was given to the name. Most people would think it's about a guy named Frank who likes to talk.
 

BlueWeasel

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Yeah, I might have been a bit too generous. Figure the good hackers would look at the site security, laugh, and determine it wasn't worth their time.
 
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HomerJS

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So Mr. Pillow is launching his own "free speech" social media network.
Except you can't swear, can't take the Lord's name in vain and can't bear false witness against your neighbor - they will be moderating these things.
He claims it can support 1 Billion users and that he has his own servers secured so that Amazon etc can't just pull the plug on them

No swearing but I bet calling black people ni**ers will be allowed.
If you can't bear false witness against your neighbors how can they spread conspiracy theories?
 

Pohemi420

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He claims it can support 1 Billion users and that he has his own servers secured so that Amazon etc can't just pull the plug on them...
...and that his army of one million Bolivian Guinea Pigs will keep it running while he feeds them crack cocaine from his own, personal supply.
 

Homerboy

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No swearing but I bet calling black people ni**ers will be allowed.
If you can't bear false witness against your neighbors how can they spread conspiracy theories?
Actually, he said specifically there's 4 words you can't say:
C-Word
F-Word
N-Word
God's name in vain
 

WelshBloke

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Actually, he said specifically there's 4 words you can't say:
C-Word
F-Word
N-Word
God's name in vain
I mean what does the last one mean in practice?

If I say "Oh God shut this annoying dick splash up" is that taking the Lords name in vain or an actual prayer?
 
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I didn’t see anything in the article about him banning certain speech, and i don’t really want to give the effort to google for more lol
 

hal2kilo

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So Mr. Pillow is launching his own "free speech" social media network.
Except you can't swear, can't take the Lord's name in vain and can't bear false witness against your neighbor - they will be moderating these things.
He claims it can support 1 Billion users and that he has his own servers secured so that Amazon etc can't just pull the plug on them

Apparently, he hasn't learned how to not live in a manic state yet.
 
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Vic

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Please note the "bear false witness" caveat too. AND he explicitly said he's going to be dropping his proof of voter fraud and election rigging on the site. You know... "bearing false witness against this neighbor". But it's only false witness if you're a libtard.
It does seem a bit odd that Mr Pillow can't see that his conspiracy theories are the epitome of bearing false witness, doesn't it?
 

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