The Kids in the Hall


The Kids in the Hall


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JackGreenEarth: “What is this community about? There is no description in the sidebar, and I can’t tell from the posts”

DABDA: “I don’t know specifically what the purpose of the community is but its broad topic is the Canadian comedy troupe and television show The Kids in the Hall.”

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Welcome to Lemmy.ca!

Lemmy.ca” is so named due to it running the Lemmy software, in the Fediverse, and it’s geared toward Canadians, hosted in Canada, and run by Canadians. It is, however, not at all restricted to Canadians, or Canadian culture/topics/etc. All are welcome!

We have some rules here:

1. No Bigotry

Including racism, sexism, ableism, homophobia, transphobia, or xenophobia.

2. Be Civil

Argue in good faith, attack the argument; not the person, and promote a healthy debate.

3. No Porn

This instance is not made to host porn communities. You’re free to access porn communities on other instances through your account, but be mindful of Rule 4.

4. Use the NSFW tag

Use your common sense: if you wouldn’t want this image to show up on your work computer, tag it as such.

5. No Ads / Spam

This instance is not there to act as your billboard. If you want to promote your personal work, at least make the effort to be a contributing member of this community. Your account purpose shouldn’t be to only advertise, make it natural.

6. Bot account

If you are the operator of a “bot” account, make sure to flag is as such in the account’s settings.

7. Right to privacy

Do NOT distribute the personal information of someone else without their consent (aka doxxing). Information that is public domain can be shared, provided it is in good faith.
ex: The official email of an elected official is fair, the private phone number or the real name of a non-public person is NOT.

8. Report abuse

The report function isn’t labelled the disagree button. You might not agree with someone, but that doesn’t mean what the person says is against the rules. Using it repeately in this fashion will lead to actions being taken against the reporter.

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