Saw an angry post about boosted posts and that they should gather people to downvote all of them. All because they hate boosted post (doesn't matter what it is) A commenter agreed with the poster. Hilariously, the commenter that agreed with the post now has a boosted post. LOL I swear, the stupidity of some people.
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