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Well, since I do have a game programming associate degree (now going for a game design & production bachelor) with some web development experience, I hope I can give some explanation on the voting scripts for those who are confused on how it all works.
I don’t know exactly how the website for the voting works, but my assumption is as follows:
I’m not really good in webdev, and I don’t know many possibilities to counter this. The best option I can think of is using mail adresses that are required for a vote and then use a confirmation email afterwards so no one can vote for more than 2 or 3 times.
I hope this clarifies things for the readers here.
Flakes: You explained to your best, and that’s what matters! :)
yinisbestpony asked: I'm really sorry if this was sent before, my computer totally messed up before....If you haven't seen this message yet: How did bronies use scripts to cheat? What does that mean exactly?
Anonymous asked: Un saludo, soy Jen Mar que comentó en Youtube. Solo aclarar que, como has puesto mis comentarios como ejemplo de inmadurez (siento si me equivoco, soy pésima con el inglés), quería decir que lo único que quería expresar es que, si públicamente van a dar a entender que reírse de ciertos grupos urbanos es divertido, va a aumentar el acoso escolar, o las burlas en general. No se si no lo di a entender, en cualquier caso no es un tema para tomárselo a broma. Un saludo y gracias por leerme.
Entiendo que el acoso escolar es un asunto serio, no obstante, por mucho que se haga contra éste, seguirá existiendo para siempre, porque parte de la naturaleza de algunos seres humanos es jorobar a otra gente que piensa que es inferior a esos seres humanos, entre otras cosas.
Además, por mucho que defiendas el fandom de los Bronies en los comentarios del sexto episodio de “Fiesta Suprema”, no creo que en el programa cambien su punto de vista sobre el fandom.
Ah, y una cosa más: puede que no te haya gustado cómo han hablado de los Bronies, pero al menos alégrate de que no hablaron de los cloppers, como lo hizo otra gente (cofhowardcofsterncof).
Hi, I am Jen Mar who commented on YouTube. I want to say that, as you have put my comments as an example of inmaturity (I am sorry if I commit an error, my English is bad), I want to say that the only thing that I want to express with that is that if publicily they’ll make people to understand that laughing at certain subcultures is funny, the scholar bulling would increase, or they would make more fun of us.
I don’t know if I made it to be understandable, anyways, it’s not a matter of laugh. Greetings, and thanks for reading this.
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I understand that scholar bullying is a serious subject, however, no matter what people do against it, it’ll always exist, because part of the nature of some humans is to mess up with people that think they’re inferious of those humans, between other stuff.
Also, it doesn’t matter how much you defend the Brony fandom on the comment section of the 6th episode of “Fiesta Suprema”, I don’t think that in the program they’ll change their point of view about the fandom.
Ah, and another thing: you might not like how they talked about Bronies, but at least be happy that they didn’t talked about the cloppers, as other people did (coughhowardcoughsterncough).