The XDA Forum has been the primary home of millions of members and many community projects. As we enter our 20th anniversary this year, it’s time to address one of the biggest complaints forum users have with forums. We hear you: The XDA Forums have rules, and you don’t like rules. And today we want to present a solution to this complaint, something that will please all of us. It took us two decades to pretend to listen, and now we finally have.
The XDA Forum has long operated on a set of governing rules that all members are expected to read and follow. Violating the rules can result in the post being removed, infringing and ultimately banning. But who are we kidding? It’s the Internet, and as our news portal statistics show, people don’t like to read, at least not obey. The end result of our insistence on enforcing the rules is that users who want to have a good time in the world regardless are faced with long walls of missing messages and text that they just ***** could not give. ,
As we move into the decentralized Web 3.0 era, the time has come for us to recognize the rights of Internet users as guaranteed under the First Amendment to the Global Internet Charter in an open and deletion-free forum board. We care deeply about these rights, and we are aware of how important they are to our wealthy readers and our bottom line. That’s why today, we take this opportunity to present the XDA Forum Violation Pass, a subscription-based license to do your work on the XDA Forums.
The XDA Forum Violation Pass is the perfect synergy between our need for sales and your willingness to speak your mind and tell people on the internet how wrong they really are. Forum Violation Passes come in three tiers to meet the widest set of needs of our forum users. With the Forum Violation Pass, subscribed forum members receive a free pass on rule violations, commercial website spam, Kong violations, and the ability of forum moderators and senior moderators to insult their own choice. What’s more, these passes also include the ultimate ability to win online arguments: you can get the forum members banned of your choice!
The XDA Forum Violation Pass has three levels:
- 10 Rule Violations
- 5 abusive moderators
- 3 Commercial Website Spam
- 2 Project Kong
- become 1 member
- $199 only
- Validity: 1 year
- 25 Rule Violations
- 15 Moderators To Insult
- 5 insults to senior moderators
- 10 Commercial Website Spam
- 4 Project Kong
- 5 member ban
- only $499
- Validity: 1 year
- Unlimited Rule Violations
- insult all moderators
- Insult all senior moderators
- Spam Unlimited Commercial Websites
- Kong Unlimited Projects
- 20 member buns
- only $999
- Validity: 1 year
All levels include a custom [FVP] Prefix in front of your forum title to let other forums know who the forum’s boss is. As long as the money keeps rolling in, subscribed forum members will no longer have rain in their parade. In the end you get to bring your true self to the millions of hapless forum members who will have no choice but to either smile and bear it, or pony up to give it back to you. This is a win for everyone involved, and especially for us, and we fail to see any way that this could go wrong.
Buy the XDA Forum Violation Pass
In the future, we plan to expand the Forum Violation Pass with the ability to form a 50-member gang, allowing Hothead Whales to get up and running their own online syndicate. Further down the line, spenders and spenders can participate in gang vs gang wars in this clash of gangs. We have more ambitious plans for the future, and we will share them with you in due course. And don’t worry, there will be no Batman in this Gotham City.
what are you waiting for? Grease our palms and look at us on the other side!
* If you have not subscribed to the Forum Violation Pass, the rules will apply. If you haven’t paid then you will be violated and banned for violating the rule.
** Forum Violation Pass is limited to Forums only. The Portal Comments Pass is a separate $499 add-on. Internet Pass is a separate add-on for $499,999. Keyboard sold separately for angry button-mashing.
***Hurt feelings are not included.
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