why did u upvote ur own post
i honestly didnt bro lmfao
i saw you do it
Both are objectively bad. But i feel like vlr is more responsive and more fun overall if you don't take it seriously
Both sites suck, but at least here people don't take it seriously
we wish pros did the same here
depends on if you like racism or not really
is SHITMEA a slur?
no its a reality
so is it racist if I say shitmea and NA is dogshit?
As the digital age continues to expand, communities and forums are growing in abundance, offering platforms for individuals to come together, share their perspectives, and engage in discourse. Among these, two particularly noteworthy sites are Reddit and VLR, each offering a unique experience for its users.
Reddit, with its vast network of subreddits, presents a labyrinthine landscape of diverse topics and interests. However, despite the abundance of choice, it can often be argued that the site operates as an echo chamber, perpetuating homogenized thoughts and reinforcing existing biases. This is due to the site's reliance on upvoting and downvoting systems, which can dictate which content rises to the top and gains the most visibility. The result is a narrow selection of perspectives and ideas, leading to a limited range of discussions and a homogenized outlook.
VLR, on the other hand, presents a refreshing contrast. As a smaller, more niche community centered around the popular first-person shooter game Valorant, it offers a tight-knit group of individuals passionate about the same subject. The atmosphere is one of openness and freedom, encouraging individuals to express their unique perspectives, engage in debate, and challenge each other's beliefs. The absence of a strictly enforced voting system further amplifies this sense of free thinking, allowing for a diversity of opinions and ideas to flourish.
In conclusion, Reddit, with its seemingly endless array of choices, falls short in providing a truly diverse and inclusive community. It is an echo chamber that perpetuates homogenized thoughts and reinforces existing biases. VLR, with its tight-knit and open community, represents a beacon of hope for those seeking a platform for free thinking and meaningful discourse.
bro just discovered chatgpt
reddit is just a circle jerk for pretentious idiots
This is facts
Biggest problem with Reddit overall has always been the hivemind mentality and then there's no room for discussion
reddit is so fucking boring, at least people on vlr have differing opinions and knowledge about the game
Reddit is bad because 95% of the users are from NA and most of their knowledge about other regions is just rephrasing Platchat's takes. Also if the match or news isn't from NA it gets no interaction at all lol
Also if the match or news isn't from NA it gets no interaction at all lol
reddit is boring honestly, there's only 1 type of people there, but vlr, sometimes (or often), is too toxic. pros is human too, they hurt by opinion on the internet too. like shahzam thread yesterday, it was too much to the point it's not even funny.
Based opinion. I don't mind trolling but users here have to remember sometimes that they're talking about real people, who might in fact read their posts and get genuinely hurt (don't gimme that "oh hur dur dur they shouldn't have taken it so seriously")
I’m proud of not having a Reddit account
both are objectively bad but vlr is not that bad compared to how other people make it out to be
From an outside perspective you guys are all weird and you guys need to touch grass or sumn
When I was watching the professional scene on overwatch, most people were on the competitive subs on reddit,
so Since few people were using the over.gg forums
After moving to valorant, I was surprised at first to see how concentrated the community is on vlr.gg.