Not sure if it was a good call, but I can see the intention :)
Congrats on the exit, and whatever the past and deal, I hope you were able to get what you wanted. Are you still one foot in Steem from a non-operational level?
While I fail to see where Steemit has any kind of a sustainable business plan, I am quite certain that nothing will result in the total demise of the Steemit forum platform, more so than will some of Steemit's own Witnesses and long-time members. Witnesses like @themarkymark, his sidekick @buildawhale, and long-time members like @steemcleaners @roomservice @bullionstackers @freebornangel @quarantine @bookguy @mack-bot @the-reef @block-power @blockcreate @steemcleaner and others, have done far more to alienate and drive away Steemit members than has anything else.
These witnesses and members are truly the scum of the earth. They don't give a damn about Steemit beyond having the ability to abuse their power to manipulate the system to their own personal advantage, by making sure that the vast majority of Steemit members get nothing for their curator efforts, while at the same time filling their own corrupt and greedy pockets.
Now you are indeed at a crossroads here! So which side of the tracks are you on? Either you want Steemit to survive and will do all in your power to get rid of these assholes like @themarkymark, @buildawhale and those others mentioned above, or you will continue to allow their extremely abusive behavior, and see the total and absolute collapse of Steemit. The choice is yours to make. Either @themarkymark and his band of criminals go, or Steemit goes! Which is it? There are really no other options!
cc Ned Scott @ned
cc Justin Sun @justinsunsteemit
> it never was :/ .... it made sense for that tweet tho
If it was never a thing, why should it make sense to tweet that garbage?
I guess it made you look clean, since you "only" addressed the Steemit.com users and that's what you were trying to frame as who the selling of Steemit Inc. would effect, eh?
Truth is, the selling is effecting the whole Steem ecosystem in a huge and possibly also catastrophic way. Thus is would have made sense to address **Steem**ians.
I have not thought about that from this blog post alone, but I have played many Lemmings (DOS games) a lot on a Pentium 1, 133 MHz PC. There were MS-DOS 6.22 and Windows 3.11 on the PC. Good old times.
***¿Worth perform a 'virtual' facepalm on this post @berniesanders?***
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Bernie you are in this article
> Veteran steem whale @berniesanders lashed out in trademark fashion as well, with an incendiary comment on the post: