Welcome to the Tumblr Botnet Control Center. From here you have access to the millions of drone accounts that blog and reblog daily. With just a few clicks, you can radically alter 90% of Tumblr to fit your needs.
Of course no actual "Content" is generated by the Tumblr Botnet, so all information must already be contained within the system. Please pick what you'd like to mindlessly reblog from the vast majority of the site's pre-uploaded popular "Content" listed below.
A simple safeguard. Ultimately, the Botnet will craft a faux persona through reblogging "Content" created by others. However, in case of emergency, it is best to have a paper-thin personality on hand to deflect any chance of human interaction. Please pick the persona that will be drowned beneath the reblogged content and opinions.
Add another depth to the Botnet by including customizations that went out of fashion in 2002. People will believe that only human error could account for such poor visual decisions.
On rare occasions Tumblr accounts have been asked to make statements regarding an issue outside of preselected "Content." In an effort to make the Botnet more believable, you can allow artificial accounts to discuss the following:
Thank you. Please review your changes to the Tumblr community before confirming your order.
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