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The weird conflict of worrying that it feels like the instance may go away,
while also considering just giving up on the general inactivism at Mastodon/GNUsocial altogether and deleting the account,
which would make the first worry pointless...
Yeah, Mastodon's web-UI describes that feeling well:

So, yeah, as things stand right now,
I'm done with all disactive "social media" as of now and indefinitely.

My main purpose for over a decade was to share important news that others and I had found,
but as that has here and recently before elsewhere devolved into me mumbling myself to a heart attack while struggling though increasing blindness to find unreported emergencies,
it's not fucking worth it.
t's not what it was and it's now pointless.

Go ahead requipping/boosting/whatevering your mutual group-feelgoodiness and cat-pics,
while we all burn together.
Especially you that only appear to demand CW-tags, but ignore everything that is CW-tagged. You're literally worse than twitter-trolls.
No, it's fine. It's fine. It's f…

@b9AcE "asking for CW tags on distressing media is trolling" dude this is a bad take.

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@Pyretta You can't just write your entirely own sentence and attribute your own words to someone else. I did not write that sentence, because that was not what I meant.
If you are unclear about what someone meant, you can ask them for a clarification, but you can't assign them opinions that they do not have. That's a quite nasty domination technique.

Thank you for displaying behavior that helped me cement my decision.

@b9AcE Look, fuck right off. The people asking for CWs on your politics already have their own struggles for survival. They don't need you shoving more bad news in their faces. They, unlike you, don't have the emotional energy to waste on every scrap of bad news. They are already struggling, they don't need this.

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