>>440070 I didn't really ask for them, but since they're here /trash/ is useless because i'm not a furry /wsr/ never been /aco/ don't care /his/ it seems alright but i'm wary of getting my historical information from 4chan /news/ don't care
Are semi-oldfags better than oldfags? With semi-oldfags (people who came around 2008-10) you get the same 4chan attitude where they'll tell newfags to fuck off if they keep being cancerous and whatnot, but they usually won't use their oldfag status to try to enforce shit no one else wants and don't whine about how 4chan used to be so much better. Oldfags are a cancer who literally cannot stop blogposting and derail tons of threads acting as if it's justified because they want to call out someone who posted wrong.
The real oldfags are just a burden for the site. They are remnants from an era when 4chan was just a shitty little playground for shitposting weebs, and they feel that it should always be like that. They are scum.
>>439982 Everybody is limited to posting 5 stories per IP address. This means that threads stay active for weeks before they archive. So I'd imagine a lot of people do it if they can so that they can post current news every day. I, for one, can't do that due to circumstances with my ISP so I have to wait weeks until my threads fall off page 10 and it sucks.
I really like /news/ and hope it stays around even though I can hardly ever post new threads. I hope I'm not the only one but admit that might be the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Guys why don't threads that I don't like get pernabanned. I hate seeing threads that I don't like FUCK hiding them myself, or ignoring them, threads that I don't like are on the same level as CP. Mods please do something about threads I personally don't like as my thoughts should dictate this website.
Are there any 4chan historians on /qa/ that can tell me about old /n/ when it was a news board?
Old /pol/ legends recount how moot made /n/ as a news board somewhere around 2006, and then deleted it shortly afterward. I'm not talking about /new/, which was made in 2010 and I'm not talking about /n/ - nature or the modern /n/ - transportation.
Can anyone here confirm this? Is there anyone here who was there at the time? Any screenshots? What was it like and why was it deleted? I've never even seen so much as a screenshot, and sites like ED don't... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Actually, I sort of wonder about the names of boards now, I know that /g/ is technology because technology in Japanese is Gijutsu (similar to how the weapons board is /k/), but then again, other boards are named after their subject's topic's english name
It's sorta like moot liked using Japanese phrases for board acronyms early on, but after a while said "Fuck it" and dropped that acronym naming convention convention, then again, it was the days when 4chan was to be a direct English counter part to Futaba
Can I report this shit? >>>/wsr/53178 The thread is filled with samefagging and cancer. It isn't neither rule violation, illegal content or against any rule of the board, so I don't know if it could count as abusing. What do I do if this happens again? Should I report or nah?
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