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public sage test to tell sage and anonymous apart!
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public sage test to tell sage and anonymous apart!

1 Name: age : 2020-02-11 18:20
this is a thread for sage only. please wait here for sage.
2 Name: Anonymous : 2020-02-11 19:01
¿Qué?
3 Name: age : 2020-02-11 21:44
>>2
please go. this thread is for sage only.
4 Name: sage : 2020-02-11 22:54
>>3
I did sage, and this post is also sage, not sure what you're on about
5 Name: sage : 2020-02-11 23:13
>>4
such is life.
you were judged. i am the judge.
6 Name: Anonymous : 2020-02-12 01:09
If you browse Japanese textboards, it's interesting that almost all posts are usually sage'd. I'm assuming this is supposed to be some form of politeness, but it makes finding active threads hard (as if their textboard interface wasn't confusing enough)
7 Name: Anonymous : 2020-02-12 01:10
>>6
I'd probably browse Japanese textboards if I spoke their language
8 Name: Anonymous : 2020-02-12 01:31
>>6
There seems to be a lot of small talk on Japanese textboards, so I understand why they sage a lot.
9 Name: Anonymous : 2020-02-29 14:22
>>8
Should we practice doing the same? I never sage, I'm guilty of that.
10 Name: Anonymous : 2020-03-06 02:15
>>9
maybe.
11 Name: Anonymous : 2020-03-09 21:23
>>9
Yes. sage is a very good tool to make sure active and generally interesting threads stay on the front page while chit-chat between only a handful of people doesn't push to the top. Ideally, people would have a quick chat and someone else would come in and post something relevant to the thread, giving the general users something to respond to again.
Since this thread was created due to a specific user, nobody should bump it since that user hasn't posted, but I'm sure someone will one day.

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