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- Stop engaging with the Right!
- Don't overthink it.
Or oversimply. Deontology is about rules. You've got your 10 commandments or your categorical imperative or your wiccan rede or... and if you do what your rules say to do you're doing the right thing. This can get silly. Consequentialism is about results, but isn't quite the same as utilitarianism; the Libertarian what's-good-for-me-is-good school of ethics is consequentialist as well. This gets silly too, but I'm not linking to trolly problems or Ayn Rand because I like you guys.
He made a punny.
Waves of reddit refugees are an annual thing. A lot (most?) of us came on them. Hubski gets hectic for a while, we have a few giant threads sobbing about the injustice of muting, and then things go back to normal with the addition of a handful of new active users who fit.
You can get a class 1 cert from StartSSL for free, and then you can use HTTPS without your users getting a browser warning over a self-signed cert. I wouldn't trust a credit card number or something to a site using either, but it's better than nothing if you really don't want to shell out $100 or so.