I have a blog tagboard. People come by and post the same stuff everyday. No one says anything intelligent. It would be stuff that I would delete from the comment sections. So, should I get rid of the tagboard? I don't have time to monitor it.
"No one says anything intelligent."
Didn't you just answer your own question? If it is only getting you junk, get rid of it.
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