Reddit has a ‘sick joke’ to explain the depression epidemic

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Ars Technicos site has a new post on Reddit’s depression epidemic that goes far beyond the obvious.

As a Reddit user who was on Reddit for six months before the depression crisis, this article has me scratching my head.

The problem with this piece is that it doesn’t really explain the real causes of Reddit’s problems.

The article claims that Reddit has had a problem with “social justice warriors” and that the moderators are “not listening” to users.

I think it is safe to say that those claims are not true.

This article is just another example of Reddit users and Reddit’s administrators having their feelings hurt by the moderators and their “social Justice Warrior” label.

While it is true that Reddit’s moderation team is not listening to users, the problem isn’t that moderators don’t listen to their users, it is that Reddit is not “listening.”

It’s not as if Reddit has no responsibility for its moderators’ behavior.

There is a lot that Reddit moderators need to understand about Reddit and Reddit users, but Reddit has already made that clear in the past.

In the past, Reddit moderators have engaged in racist, sexist, and otherwise offensive behavior, which is why it is so disappointing to see them now resort to using the term “sick jokes” to describe their behavior.

Reddit’s current moderators need an honest discussion on how to reform Reddit, and this article is not that discussion.

Reddit users are suffering the consequences of a toxic culture, and it is Reddit’s admins that need to be held accountable.

In my view, Reddit is in a terrible place because it has a bad history of ignoring users.

The admins need to work together to build an organization that is more open and accountable, but the Reddit community can only do so much.

The Reddit community is also suffering because of the lack of accountability that has become endemic in Reddit.

If Reddit can’t be trusted with user data, it can’t provide a platform for a democratic society, and if Reddit can no longer control its users, Reddit will become more of a “sneaky little platform” than a democratic and open platform.

As of January 2019, Reddit has 5.8 million active users, and there are more than 9.7 million active moderators.

The moderation team has a great job, but there are many other roles to fill, including creating and curating new communities and tools, and doing more to address user privacy and the way we communicate with each other.

The subreddit community needs to be given the tools to grow and evolve, and Reddit needs to stop trying to “fix” itself by focusing on its “social issues.”