A few years ago I saw 4chan going downhill, so I started browsing Reddit. After getting used to the site I found some communities were decent enough but by large they're all shit. Good porn site though, but /r/watchitfortheplot might as well be /r/watchitforthereposts. All the communities I browsed turned to shit, partially because they were smaller and my crossboarder shitposting was starting to become acceptable. 4chan wasn't getting better, either, and by now it was my only site. NeoGAF banned me within hours of my first post making a joke about the moderation team being well-known pedophiles. What else do I have? What websites are there that I can browse for mecha, anime, and weeb games?
>>406451 >making a joke about the moderation team being well-known pedophiles. To be fair, you could get banned for saying that here too. And they wouldn't be wrong to think someone making stupid jokes like that is a mostly useless contributor to the website.
>>406462 Rule 2 on /toy/ forbids to post unarticulated Japanese figures, that is, statues. As long as is articulated, is fine. Even then, there's a thin line between what's and what isn't allowed. By example, amiibos are allowed. And this thread is still alive and kicking >>>/toy/5388241
Now, as for OP, the chainsaw girl is actually articulated. You can see the second picture is from the same figure, but in a different pose, and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Why the fuck does every board use /v/ as their personal toilet? You see memes from /a/, /tv/, /int/, /pol/, /r9k/, yet all these boards claim to hate /v/ with a passion (despite the fact that they're greatly contributing towards its shittiness).
>>406257 Modern 4chan is obsessed with the idea of outsiders taking away their site.
I blame /pol/. The white people there are also obsessed with immigrants taking their land, minorities taking their women, etc. It's a false sense of entitlement to shit they never owned to begin with and appears in every aspect of their lives.
>>406271 There was a pencil drawing of spike spiegal that was barely visible (very easy to see on a color correct contrast adjusted photo, though) scribbled on a whiteboard-paint wall on a stairwell in a studio. Somebody drew in dry erase marker a little cartoon face (the Pepe hand was added in by somebody else after the fact, as you can see if you look closely).
The internet was fed an untrue story that the Spike Spiegel drawing was made by the original director of Cowboy Bebop when they visited and that it was enshrined... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Is there any way to ban a community or general when said community or general spreads cancer and damages the integrity of a board?
I really like electronic music but can't discuss it on /bleep/ because the people there post ironic memes and are generally retarded, likewise every time I post the music I like on /mu/ I get associated with /bleep/ and treated for a /bleep/ posted and told to fuck off back to my containment general.
Can something be done about this? Can /bleep/ and /bleep/ posters be banned?
I don't know if /qa/ is anything more than a secret hideout for you fags, but the board I love is dying.
No idea what caused it, or why it's spread so much but the amount of men's rights/MGTOW shitposting on /out/ is getting out of hand, it's getting as bad as /r9k/ now. The mods on /out/ have always been lax/non-existent but we need some chemo.
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