Anyway, act in the chat the same way as you'd act on the forum. General rules of thumb are:
>Don't try and be the coolest person in the room.
>If you find yourself really emotionally invested in an argument about cool niche video game franchise Ace Combat, ask yourself how it is you got to this point, and whether it's somewhere you want to remain.
>On the other hand, try not to shit on other people's sincerity too much.
>Keep in mind that there's a difference between pointing out that someone's being dumb and pointing out that someone is being dumb while also signaling your own superiority and fishing for community approval.
>Don't use slurs too much, even if you're using 'em in the 4chan sense. At best it will lead to misunderstandings. (Expect me to make fun of you if you start bitching about "political correctness" with a straight face)
>Soft politics ban. Not gonna kick people for posting anything that smells vaguely of culture wars, but you should hedge away from it. Definitely no political memes though, unless it's a straight up reaction image of a politician making a funny face (that means no Pinochet). International politics is probably your safest bet.
>Obviously if you start talking about how Nanking or Srebrenica never happened, you're gonna get banned.
Come ping me if you've got a problem or concern. There are no hard and fast rules here, and you probably won't be kicked or banned immediately unless you're obviously up to no good. There's usually a better solution to be had anyway.