Some potential advertisers are a little wary of TFM’s content. My bad…

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    Rutherford B_Haze

    This just made me realize the power that TFM has. The email said their products relate to TFM, so I’m assuming it’s some kind of fratty clothing brand. All TFM has to do is say that that brand is NF, and with the influence they have in these days, I bet it would ruin that company’s sales.

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      bubba shrimp

      Haha yeah I agree 100%. It’s sad. Seeing the freshmen this year and how cocky most of them were just annoyed the shit out of us older guys. All they do is talk about this site.

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      bubba shrimp

      ^^ Now that is true. Especially since the companies that advertise here are small for the most part it seems. In general though, most companies wouldn’t really be affected.

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      bubba shrimp

      Ruin the sales? You must think this website is a fucking how-to about living your day to day life. Maybe a couple hundred people at most would actually stop buying something because TFM deems it NF.

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      Rutherford B_Haze

      Bubba, I was actually referring to the fact that many people do view this website in that manner. A lot of companies have benefited from TFM, and gained many new high school aged customers who are trying to be fratty. Kids these days would literally do anything if it got posted on the TFM wall.

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