- What do you need?
- How do I make it good?
- What happens next?
- What do you already have?
- Can we do something twice?
- Who can help me?
- Google Drive
- How to Share Google Documents
- Montrith's Guide To F Plus Documents
- Submitted Content Spreadsheet
- ballp.it document subforum (requires registration)
- JT's Mai Wifu document (example)
- Montrith's MonkeyMoms episode (example)
- Chaz GELF's Quicksand document (example)
The F Plus is very much a collaborate effort, and no single human being should be responsible for sifting through every polyamorous furry neo-pagan poetry slam out there. What I’m saying is: There’s a lot of terrible on this internet, and if we’re going to find the most remarkable bits, we’re gonna need to collaborate.
This is where you come in. Any and all listeners are encouraged to provide us with content for an upcoming episode. And in return, we’ll namedrop you and provide a link to something if you like... Look, I know it’s not a particularly enticing quid pro quo, but we’re asking you to spend some time trolling through the writings of lunatics in order to mine out the best bits to present to the public. If you don’t think that kind of thing is its own reward, maybe you’re just not cut out for this line of work. Maybe you should just go.
Oh, thank christ you’re still here. Okay, let me tell you how to put this thing together.
SO, WHAT DO YOU NEED FROM ME?
HOW DO I MAKE SOMETHING THAT WILL GET READ?
Okay, at this point, I could offer you all sorts of advice as far as the specifics that we’re looking for in a really good recording document, but fortunately I don’t have to, because in addition to producing well over two dozen episodes’ worth of content for the podcast, everyone’s favorite Finn Montrith has done the service of writing a guide on how to create a really good document.
So this is a link to The Definitive Guide To F Plus Content, and you should absolutely take the time. Montrith managed to convince us to do an episode about people having sex with bugs, so clearly she’s got some insight as to how to do these things.
WHAT HAPPENS AFTER I SUBMIT CONTENT?
Please do be aware that this process can take some time, and the final decision as to what we’re going to read is based on a confluence of factors, some of them whimsical.
WHAT KIND OF CONTENT HAS ALREADY BEEN SUBMITTED?
You wanna know the troubles we’ve seen? Fortunately for you, we’ve set up this spreadsheet to show you that very thing.
The Green section on the left is everything that has been submitted and is currently being examined by the ridiculists. Everything in green is a potential episode. The red stuff on the right is all content that has been submitted but for one reason or another we didn’t decide to run with. If you want to submit any of the content in the red section, I think you’d probably want to think twice about that. Maybe your content will be way better than the content someone else found, but I’m not recommending you try. And if we’re talking about Flat Earth Society? Please do not bother. Flat Earth Society has been submitted almost a dozen times. Flat Earth Society is why we made the rejected list public in the first place.
DO YOU GUYS GO BACK TO PLACES?
We have, and given the right encouragement, we will again. The thing is though, everything being equal we’ll likely pick a site we’ve never gone to before over a site we’ve already been to and liked. So if you want to encourage us to go back to Conservapedia to see the new insanity there, you’re certainly welcome to put a doc together, but please make sure we’re learning something new the second time around.
I’D REALLY LIKE SOME HELP PUTTING THIS DOCUMENT TOGETHER.
Of course, plenty more before you have needed the same thing, even if it’s trying to just ask like-minded people if they also think what you’re looking at is as funny as you seem to find it. And we’ve set up this section on ballp.it just for that very purpose.
Here you can start a thread about the topic you’re trying to put together, and hopefully someone will be there to collaborate with you.
Note: The “Let’s make that an episode” subforum is viewable to members only. If the link above does not work, please make an account and the subforum will be visible.