Lemmygrad has more traffic than most other instances and drowning everything else in my “All” feed. Is there a way to remove them from my “All” feed?

Best way I found was to block the top three lemmygrad sublemmies, which filters out a great deal of them.

How do you block a sublemmy?

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Settings then the “Block” tab

i’d give you a lemmy buck but i’m out. I’m trying to pan handle some atm

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I blocked their sub about dongs and it seems to have been enough.

Kudos! I was wondering about something similar. Have one of my lemmy bucks. https://lemmy.perthchat.org/post/5126

To my comrades: i’m not talking about your guy’s subs

No, embrace the communism

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I would if it wasn’t full of authoritarian masturbation.

No

Catraism-Stalinism
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working against the workers self interest again? Classic lib

Antagonizing users on other servers isn’t a good look. Even if they’re libs they should be kept at an arms-length of respect to maintain inter-server connectivity. If they post on lemmygrad then they’re fair game.

… Fine~, I’ll stop

I think some of these people mistook your comment for a suggestion, when it was a command.

I don’t do things halfway

Go back to Reddit? They filter socialists for you.

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You missed the point. I just want to be able to control what shows up on my feed.

Antagonizing users by trying to send them back to reddit isn’t a good look. Even if they’re libs they should be kept at an arms-length to maintain respect

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Lemmygrad are reddit shills confirmed.

I see sarcasm doesn’t work here either. Now I know.

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Then you must specify that it is meant to be a sarcasm, though. Sarcasm cannot be identified in a written text without a non-verbal communication, speaker’s posture, voice intonation or body language. We cannot tell when you are being sarcastic and when serious otherwise.

HL Menchen and Mark Twain would beg to differ. One method to denote sarcasm is to lead with a question or use hyperbole.

Clemens benefited from being popular long before the advent of Poe’s Law. If he were alive today, they’d be posting meme pictures with his face photoshopped to be 50% of its original size and making fun of the fact that he wasn’t married until age 35.

Sarcasm is only recognized within in-groups. The modern world is far too large for any in-group to span even some large chunk of that.

When you read Menchen or Twain, you know vaguely where their sympathies lies. On the Internet, you usually don’t know who is behind that looney comment.

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