>>383105 haven't you seen that porn video that featured live action Baneposting?
>>382846 Everyone's ideology constantly change to fit their new world-view.
4chan was held as a bastion for free speech because people loved it being anonymous, and wanted to keep fapping to ayanami pics. Then when a sufficiently large group of people here hated something, they'd raid it, because they only cared to shut up those they didn't like. early on moot defended 4chan's... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>383358 >early on moot defended 4chan's opportunity for people to express themselves freely
This is something he always defended.
People conflate are conflating freedom of speech with the freedom to do what you want. 4chan has always allowed all opinions as long as they obeyed the rules (stay on topic, don't deliberately present an opinion that you know will start a flame war, abide to posting quality aka don't be a dick, etc). This has been like that since the site... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
On /d/, you had lots of niche fetish threads that used western and eastern art equally, because many fetishes are super specific and don't have a lot of art in general.
Western art was always permitted, even though the mods occasionally went nuts and deleted it. Eventually they added a rule against it, and people got mad (because no one wanted that rule except them) and kept posting it, so the mods stopped enforcing it.
It's been that way for at least 6 years now, and everything... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
And the dickgirl thing is that futa gets spammed in half the threads on /d/. The catalog is full of futa threads that get one post every week or so, and has incredibly specific subjects like "futa not doing anything" and "politically incorrect futa," just to keep the catalog full.
Many threads specify that they don't want futa posted in their thread, and most end up getting spammed with futa. /d/'s reputation as a futa board is something that's only existed for a few years, as older users were chased off by spam.
/d/ is no more... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>383202 >Official /d/ complaint thread All other threads should be removed or put on autosage if this is now the official thread. >>376861 >>372552 >>352385 >>376861 >>376345 >>382880 >>375649 >>347786 Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Why don't you like /qa/? I think /qa/ is a nice place, because it is a juncture for all boards to gather together and have fun. Here, I can complain, answer questions, and shitpost. This place isn't as anal as /q/.
I know it's been said for years now but i honestly feel like this site is going to die really soon, more than i have ever felt before.
I mean, Moot doesn't even own the site anymore and ever since he left the site has technically gone to shit. The website has been down a shit ton since he left and there is a lot more technical problems than when moot was here. Plus he sold it to some Japanese dude we barely know that could shutdown or sell the site at any minute.
Honestly, i really feel like this site is gonna die really soon and by die i don't... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
While everyone is constantly whining about the 'evil' mods, and how we should remove them, replace them, restrict them and the like. It seems that no one has even considered suggesting that the mods should go back to actually interacting with the community. Yes, we could easily remove them, but replacing them wouldn't actually be that easy
Seeing as Hiro is running on Mobile net still and probably will be for a quite a while, wouldn't it be more productive that the next time he shows up to get him to force the mods to actually going back to interacting... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
What I said is the mods going back to actually responding to shit that a board is going apeshit over and at least give a reason on a board why the are deleting ontopic allowed content but not removing offtopic ban worthy content. This isn't saying the mods should constantly post, but rather, going back to at least responding to some things that are actual problems instead of being silent aggravating both sides
Removing and replacing the mods isn't a option,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Can someone please give me a rational reason for requiring captcha to be filled out with every single post?
Other sites use systems where you fill it out once every so often (every hour to a day) or where you fill it out every so many posts. And it works perfectly fine for them. I cannot see any reason (other than coercing users to buy a pass).
The only arguments I can think of are >But spam Which on any decent board is nearly nonexistant and will almost definitely continue to be so even with a system where you only have to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>382151 One single anon managed to squeeze out 72 identical OP's on /o/ the other day. God knows how many that would have been, and how long it would have lasted, if captchas weren't a thing.
And sure, we're not getting our shit pushed in with spam now, but if we drop the captchas it will be mere weeks till the spambots and other fuckery return, basically as long as it takes for word to spread among the skiddies and bogeymen from [insert most hated site here] that the pants are down, and the anus is gaping.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>382162 >Pedotalk spam was the worst As I said, the only notable spam was Kimmo's doing, and the fact that that crap stayed up in the first place was due to incompetence. These days protections are much better.
>Spamer's still exist Very rarely someone will spam by hand (as in your example) and if they are willing to do that, then reducing the capatcha will not have noticeable effect on it.
Furthermore if your only objection is people making many threads, then you can leave capatcha for making a new thread intact, while still removing the limits on replies.
>Audio capatcha is a thing Oh great, I love taking thirty seconds to listen to this garbled crap before I can make a fucking post every single time I want to make one.
>>382168 >If capatcha's weren't a thing He would have spammed just as much, regardless asI have said if it is a concern we can keep capatcha for certain activities (like making a thread) because that should not be a common activity.
> if we drop the captchas It will be mere weeks till the spambots and other fuckery returns There are many decently large chan sites with no or little capatcha protection that do not seem to have any of this sort of trouble. But again as I said, I only preposed to reform capatcha to be less onerous a burden, not remove it entirely.
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