There is an enforced sense of morality and custom through the FAILBLOG website. Pointing out mistakes, shortcomings and unacceptable decisions are what enforce proper and successful behaviour compared to a ‘fail’. I urge all of you to keep a camera on your person as often as you can, or use a screenshot whenever you see a fail. Today, I saw a man urinating behind a tree and was right in sight of passing cars. Such primitive behaviour is not believable, unless one has proof. I’ve seen other ‘fails’ while on the internet: going on yahoo answers is too easy, although automated ads can be a good source of bad marketing; consider for instance, an automated ad promoting Michael Jackson tickets up to two days after his death; or adverts for Christian casual sex listings; or religious advertising on youtube next to video series like the angry atheist or Penn Jillette’s channel.
As for the notion of moral communion, a lot can be said of it but brevity shall cut it short for now.