>>418475 It would be either the most amazingly racist place ever, full of HipHop and Misogyny, or it would be a utopia that constantly got raided by other boards like /pol/ or whatever to try to make it look like one.
Having a /blk/ board might help us to understand race relations a little better.
/hm/ has completely gone to shit. One half of the board wants to treat /hm/ as a depository for /soc/ content, even though this is clearly against the rules and a moderator even recently intervened to make the sticky more clear on this. The other half wants /hm/ to become a cesspool for creepy fetishes.
Let me link you to a few examples found on just the first two pages:
Memes are shit. I think we can all agree on that. They were acceptable, like, 4-or-so years ago. Essentially they were slightly amusing inside jokes on the internet. Of course, at the height of their popularity (around 2010 - 2012), they started appearing everywhere; not just on the internet but occasionally on TV or in video games and movies. Your friends, coworkers and classmates would laugh at memes now. And they weren't funny anymore. This site is testament to that fact.
So who's to blame?
Well, mainly sites like Reddit, Memebase, 9gag, etc. And I'm not just saying that because it's cool to hate on those sites; they all spread shitty memes like a cancerous growth in a survivor of the Chernobyl disaster. These websites are where memes went to die, in a way.
But you can't blame them entirely, really. It's human nature to want to fit in with everyone else, and if everyone else likes memes, then you should probably check 'em out, too! And you did, and you laughed for a while, or at least pretended to. And then, when people finally bored of memes, which was inevitable, people started to dislike them. And then hate them.
So here we are, in 2015, and it is now a social norm (at least on the internet) to mock and hate memes because they're so mainstream. The ultimate irony is that hating memes is now mainstream. And yes, while I do personally think memes are shitty and should die a horrible death, and Reddit, 9gag and Memebase are all terrible, I feel the same way about the stupid people who think they're being cool and funny by making faux-channels called shit like "le epic reddit mememaster" with an avatar of a fedora neckbeard guy, spamming comments like "redditors unite!" in an "ironic" sense.
Dear Hiro Remove Tokusatsu from /m/ It's not that toku shouldn't be allowed-- there are toku series that have mecha in them, and discussions based around those mecha should be allowed; but toku is not inherently /m/. Just look at all the Garo anime threads. Garo has no mecha, and on top of that it's not even a "toku" series in anime form. Nagai can stay though, since basically everything he's done has crossed over with Mazinger, and most of his stuff is pretty /m/.
>>418243 Given that other websites have archives, it isn't a useful feature, but it is useful in that we shouldn't have to rely on offshore sites to make 4chan useful.
That all being said, I don't fully agree with the notion of having archives in the first place, but accepting that they do exist, I think 4chan's inline archives are a welcome redundancy in the system to make the system more complete.
>Hiro STILL injecting untrusted JS from an ad service on some pages >He's willingly accepting that most people put on their ad blockers again for fear of malware redirects, losing money in the process Genuinely wondering whether I should even bother renewing my 4chan pass. Site's going down the shitter. I want moot back.
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