I want to discuss how users feel objectionable clubs should be handled (if at all).
There are a number of types of content that are clearly violations of the Terms of Service ... I'm NOT talking about those. Nor am I talking about duplicate clubs (not necessarily, anyway) or clubs that are devoted to a particular user. My path for handling those is pretty clear in my mind.
What I'm curious about is a new kind of club I've been seeing more and more of lately, which is a club with an apparently random title which does not appear to be about any particular subject. What's more, these clubs seem to be gatherings of people who know each other in real life who are just using the club as a place to "hang out" and post content that is effectively the same as content in at least a dozen other clubs. As an hypothetical example, let's imagine there's a club called "Team Super Giant Zombie Robot Monsters". There isn't actually any game, book, film, TV show, web site or anything else with that name, but there are 20-40 fans in the club and a lot of content along the lines of "YEEEEEAAAAHHH!" Answer Requests, "What's up, homies?" picks, a bazillion random funny images labeled "lol" and articles where users talk about themselves.
What do people feel should be done with these sorts of clubs? Should they be reported? Should the individual content be reported? Should users post a forum thread asking what the topic of the club is?