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BCC's J. Nelson-Seawright, speaking for the BCC Crowd, issued a 5 point "Civility Pledge". In it the BCC Crowd promises to (among other things):

...avoid jokes that hurt more than they entertain. At the same time, we will remember that our online interactions are a hobby and are therefore supposed to be fun. Therefore, we will avoid taking ourselves and our arguments so seriously that we become offended by well-intentioned humor.
While I cannot speak for the Snarker Collective, I would like to offer my thanks to the BCC Crowd for leaving the art of snarking to the professionals.

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Anonymous said... @ March 9, 2006 at 12:49 PM

Suffice it to say that the the Snarkernacle's lame attempts at humor rest on the premise of Sartreist existentialism that holds that narrative is a product of communication. As if anyone believes that. We all know that Debord’s critique of neodialectic situationism is invalid. However, if Foucaultist power relations holds, we have to choose between neodialectic situationism and Sartreist absurdity.

And frankly, this site just isn't up to Sartreist absurdity.

Anonymous said... @ March 9, 2006 at 7:31 PM

It sure is nice to know that Jim F. visits the snarkernacle.

Snarkimus Prime said... @ March 10, 2006 at 7:10 AM

blah blah blah that the the Snarkernacle's lame attempts at humor rest on the blah blah blah that holds that blah blah blah. As if anyone believes that. We all know that blah blah blah. However, if blah blah blah holds, we have to choose between blah blah blah.

And frankly, this site just isn't up to blah blah blah.

Thanks for that, T&S permabore.

D. Golden Shizzle said... @ March 10, 2006 at 8:49 AM

zzzzzzzzzz...Huh?

I'm sorry, anonymous, was there a comment hiding somewhere in your multi-syllabic ramble?

Ann said... @ March 10, 2006 at 5:50 PM

I don't know if you can call yourselves professionals if you don't have ads on your site. You are, at best, highly competent amateurs.

For true professional snarking, check out this site. Lots of bewbies, but once you get past them, the snarking is flawless. And apparently, profitable.

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