So is tumblr any good?
>is the SJW capital of the internet any good?
I don't know, OP.
WHICH ONE OF YOU NEWFAG MODS DELETED THIS THREAD
ANSWER ME FAGGOTS
Why the fuck are there so many new threads on /qa/ today? Are people just throwing a fit because the mods finally did their job?
>reddit deletes off topic posts and has subreddits for every political view from far right to far left
WOW THEY LOVE CENSORSHIP NO FREEDOM OF SPEECH
>4chan literally censors content on /v/ and any dissenting opinions of mods
>shitpost non-right opinions into oblivion
DUDE 4CHAN IS A BASTION OF FREE SPEECH REDDIT SUX
What did he mean by this?
STOP COMPLAINING ABOUT /pol/ YOU STUPID REDDIT KEKS
WHY DOES NOBODY LIKE OUR BOARD AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
>mods leave literal shitposting thread open on /a/
>it accumulates 800 replies
>ban people who posted in it
Then why not just fucking delete the thread in the first place?
For every bootlicker asking for censorship, why don't you just do it yourself? You have all the tools. You can make your browsing experience squeaky clean. Or do you enjoy just having control over what people post to feel superior when their word gets filtered to desu or senpai or whatever?
It's not about being offended. Certain boards are ruined by the overuse of memes and off-topic shit that blocking it altogether seems to be the only way of turning the content quality around.
I know, it's pretty fucking weird. Some issues aren't as basic as people not liking a thing. Wow.
/pol/ reddit. SJW furry stormweenie anime. Mods ban filter meme. Discuss.
let me preface this by saying i don't have anything against the guy making these threads i just think they should go somewhere else
i've been reporting them every time i see them and nothing gets done about them
If he made a program based on your responses, it would be /v/.
4chan is a program, so that's kind of /v/.
But your argument is that it's too /tg/, which is a forerunner to making a /v/?
I think that you need to get off the internet.
So 4chan in 2016 has mods that literally defend reddit, unstable moderation where legit content gets deleted while flaming and shitposting goes through, post-ironic content taking over established board cultures. And still no way to properly contact/communicate with the mod/janitor team, and complains that are literally shots in the dark and don't do shit 9 times out of 10.
Can 4chan get worse?
Why is this allowed?
I agree that /co/ needs a superhero board. Fans of superheroes will want to talk about their characters in other media (there's threads on Marvel games on /co/, for instance.) /tv/ doesn't have the same overlap with fans of the source material, so they're coming at it from a completely different perspective.
It's sort of like /tg/ having threads on Warhammer fiction vs. making those threads on /lit/. You CAN talk about them on the other board, but it's not a good idea because there's...
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I propose there be a new trial board called /wiz/ with the following rules
1) Posters cannot reference themselves as non-virgins or women
2) all images are SFW
This is because /r9k/ is now becoming a mixture of /b/ and /soc/ and we're risking the original community dying out.
>misconstruing rules to fit your agenda
>using broken logic to try to justify it to your userbase
>get btfo so hard you go anonymous to reply
Well this mod got completely humiliated today. I hope you die tbqh.
I think this picture speaks for itself. You ought to send these people an email requesting they do it the proper way and just buy a fucking banner ad.
I also think Trump adverts are shitty too, but Trump threads aren't usually adverts and spur some form of discourse between posters.
Most Bernie threads are: "Vote for Bernie!!! XDDDD"
I'd prefer there only be ones like: "Bernie Sanders did [x] blah blah blah" or "Bernie Sanders is winning [state] blah blah blah"
Is it me, or have /tv/ racists become worse than /pol/ racists? I just got out of a race-centric thread and their arguments are painfully autistic, borderline retarded. Not saying /pol/'s aren't, but I think /tv/ just one-upped them.