What are some old sites that are still online /qa/?
Is this supposed to be a joke?
Fell for the "le /a/ is best board cuz we're elitist!" joke, huh?
Do threads ever even get moved to /trash/ or did everyone just agree to let it be the furry board?
I haven't seen any but I've seen the thread moving feature used a few times now. Both were /a/ threads one was a wallpaper thread that got moved to /w/ and the other a VN or LN thread (I forget which) that got moved to /jp/
>vast majority of /mlp/ wants to go red
>b-but /mlp/ was always a blue board
>several popular generals banned because they "might" produce NSFW content, or allude to NSFW situations
>meanwhile on /a/
>lolicon right in the sticky
Just admit the rules are a cover for your bias.
>Fallout 4 threads spamming the catalog everyday
>more of a circlejerk then Katawa Shojo, Undertale, and FNAF combined
>all criticism is met with "I HAVE 500 HOURS SO THAT MEANS ITS FUN RIGHT"
Why can't we send these fuckheads to /vg/ already?
We did it with FNAF, now we need to do it with Undertale and Fallout
Why do I always see stupid /v/ bans on the /bans page?
These are worth a warning at the very MOST.
/v/ needs more bans and it needs longer bans. They have too many shitposters as a board and the fact that /v/ is constantly filling up the bans page while being one of the worst boards proves that fact.
By the way, /v/ does also get a great deal of warnings.
>the fact that /v/ is constantly filling up the bans page while being one of the worst boards proves that fact.
If its filling up with worthless inoffensive bans then that means nothing.
How elitist is /m/ compared to /a/?
Look who's upset.
It's the better anime board. Always has been, even at discussing genres for /a/.
When I was working on a screenplay and needed referenced material they helped me every step of the way with recs. /a/ wouldn't erupted in autism at the mere thought of me not knowing as much about anime as they do.
>porn right there in the sticky
>/a/ moderation follows the same rules as everyone else!
What's going on on your board anon?
HOLY FUCK, WHAT! HOW THE HELL DID I MISS THAT?
He's off the boat, he's actually off the fucking boat!
So, uh, is /news/ ever going to be open?
Which board triggers reddit the most besides /pol/? My vote goes to /tv/.
So is it now impossible to report multiple posts simultaneously? before we could just check off the boxes next to the posters name, but now we have to report each one individually, which is kind of a pain and in all honesty it just makes me not want to report shit at all when they're dumping shit in threads or other stuff.
will this ever be fixed?
I can see why there should be a report limit, but users who are submitting actual reports should be allowed to report more. Hell, you'll see way more than 10 rule breaking posts if you browse /v/ for more than an hour.
What went right?
I'll be called a liar but whatever
>moot had a girlfriend who worked for Gawker apparently
>The Fappening had taken a huge toll on him, since even before that he was tired of 4chan and wanted out, but no one wanted to buy the site from him
>Sometime ago he met Anita and became friends with her
>Apparently Anita and his GF convinced him to delete any topic about GamerGate on /v/
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Can we report people who meaninglessly replace the word "you" with "(you)"? It's meant to interfere with people using ctrl+f to find responses to their posts, so it's literally making the site harder to use.
There's not a single thread on the board that wasn't created with the intetion of shilling or deskhelping lazy people.
Yeah look at all the technology, I mean it's not like half of these threads are just people shilling consumer products rather than actually discussing technology
I know, man. Clearly this is top tier shilling because they mention technology they use. Just look at /v/ and all those people discussing the names of video games they're playing, have played, and want to play. They even post pictures of them, the fucking marketers.
Shit, I think even /ck/ is mentioning ingredients they use in cooking and brands they like the most. Shills are fucking everywhere, man.