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1 Anonymous 2019-06-29T15:08:35 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
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Is Tor worth using?
2 Anonymous 2019-06-29T19:06:31
It definitely works, but you need to make the sacrifice of services constantly thinking you're a bot. I think you should make that sacrifice if it won't affect you too much.
3 Anonymous 2019-06-30T12:15:44
Tor has been compromised. Please update your programs.

1 Anonymous 2019-06-22T16:39:16 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
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What are the sketchiest forums, group chats, imageboards, etc that arent so illegal I could be sentenced to life in prison just by browsing them? I want to spam this guys discord server in as many places as possible (I'm an asshole I know). Used to do this with peoples skype accs in hindi chatrooms
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15 Anonymous 2019-06-24T22:03:34
There's a lot of channels where people still talk on rizon, but they're all weirdos and it feels like they've all known each other for years.
16 Anonymous 2019-06-25T01:25:39
Pretty much all the channels I'm in are dead. I used to go on one every day but it's been pretty dead probably, two years now? I would like to still talk to people more frequently on IRC, as I like using it a lot more than something like Discord and in my experience the average user is more pleasent to talk to. I don't doubt there are active channels but I'm not on them. I would be curious if people have channels they like, though, I would feel a bit odd in a channel full of people who all know each other. Hell does shitaba have an IRC, doesn't seem to, maybe someone should make one or board specific ones.
I was pretty much in something kinda like that, but like I said it died, a shame.
17 Anonymous 2019-06-25T07:54:56
yeah I wasn't saying that it's bad, it's just that it's hard to integrate for newcomers since it's tight-knit.
>Hell does shitaba have an IRC

There's one on rizon but I've never been there. I don't know if it's official or not.
18 Anonymous 2019-06-28T02:29:59
What's the channel name? Might check it out, didn't find it listed.
19 Anonymous 2019-06-28T13:15:20

1 Anonymous 2019-06-25T16:51:44
4taba, have you ever stopped caring completely what others thought of you? I did it for some time a year ago, it was fun but I slowly eased back to my usual self. I honestly don't know what drives me to still care, it really does not matter at all. I don't know if it's a good thing or a bad thing to think like that either.
2 Anonymous 2019-06-25T23:34:58
That depends.
I think there's a big difference between caring what others think and being embarrassed about something, but we tend to mix those two concepts together.
I think "caring what others think" is something that's true even if you're all alone (lying in bed at night for example).
But something like wanting people to stop talking shit behind your back and listening to people snicker at you for something is totally different. I'd say you can easily not give a shit what they actually think and still be bothered by that because there's more to it than just "what they think".

So anyway, I'd say the above describes me. I generally don't tend to be bothered by people's opinions of me beyond the awkward/humiliating encounter itself, and I can usually laugh it off immediately after the situation is over.
But I'm not the type of person who can just totally not give a shit while _around_ people.
Those who can are something else.
3 Anonymous 2019-06-26T06:52:07
Not OP, but if I understood that right just now, it's the exact same for me as well and I somehow never thought about seperating the two phenomena.

(I like to think that) I don't care about what others think, however I *know* how quick people are to judge things deviating from the norm and I also *know* that I and my interests tend to deviate from the norm quite a lot, at least in the region I'm from. So, I don't have to think of myself as being weird to know that others would most likely think of me as being weird, which is something that makes me anxious because I hate negative attention and would prefer to just be left in peace whenever I'm out. Even though my self-esteem is pretty high, I just can't shake that anxiety off, no matter how hard I try.
It's bothering me quite a lot because it makes me feel caged, even though people have told me countless times that I come across as very charismatic and "confident" in actual conversations. Still, I always feel like I'm acting. When someone makes a joke around me, I smile and make them feel funny even if I don't want to, just because I don't want to throw them off and generate negative attention towards me.
I just don't know how to beat this.
4 Anonymous 2019-06-26T10:08:33
Yeah I think you get it.
I should have mentioned this in my other post too, but I even hate positive attention (like winning an award and having to stand up in front of everyone, or having people sing happy birthday to me).
And there's no way to really confuse "caring what others think" with "hating positive attention" right? Those things are clearly distinct, so this example makes it more obvious.

But I completely understand what you're saying. In my opinion what you've said IS a sign of someone who doesn't care so much what others think because you're aware of it and still choose to do your own thing.
People who care too much about what others think of them would become aware of it and change who they are as a result to be more accepted.

1 Anonymous 2019-06-24T04:17:52 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
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2 Anonymous 2019-06-24T08:40:39
sorry for making this thread, I didn't understand
3 Anonymous 2019-06-26T09:29:27
What didn't you understand Anon?

1 Anonymous 2019-06-13T11:22:45 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
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What does 4taba think of bitchute? I think out of all the alt-tubes, this one is probably the best one.
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11 Anonymous 2019-06-15T15:45:15
Sorry, I really have no idea how these two statements follow each other:
>with no connection to the outside world

>especially when these same people won't shut up about said outside world

To me the 1st sentence excludes the 2nd. So I have no idea how to interpret this post >>9
I mean, I agree with what the post says, but I just don't see how it's related to the previous discussion.

If bitchute is like you described then yeah, I'd say that's pretty shitty but I definitely would not characterize it as "no connection to the outside world". To me that would sound TOO connected to the outside world.
12 Anonymous 2019-06-15T17:31:10
Imagine, if you will, there's this dude who loves race cars. He regularly attends races, he knows everything there is to know about the car parts, ect. However, he's never driven one in his life.

That's the situation here. You got a bunch of people with very strong opinions on things that they have only ever experienced forth or fifth hand.
13 Anonymous 2019-06-16T14:44:31
But that's still a "connection" to racing.
No connection would also imply he never talks about racing and probably also knows very little about it.

It's not important to me to separate people who are knowledgeable about real life and also talk about it online from those who are unknowledgeable about real life and still talk about it online.
They are EQUALLY undesirable to me.
14 Anonymous 2019-06-16T15:33:17
I see where you are coming from, but you failed to mention on more type:
The person who has a "connection", but doesn't mention it, or only does in the appropriate context.
Just being a shut in has no guarantee that one will not speak or mention things from the "outside", just as being from the "outside" doesn't guarantee that the person will be a facebook kid who just has to let everyone know about which celebrity does what. What you think is about connection to something you dislike, is actually an issue of politeness/regard.

You want the kind of person who will come to a software engineering site and talk about software engineering without talking about how much sex they're having with their girlfriend, but have connected that ideal to not having a girlfriend at all. At least that is what you seem to be saying, I may be incorrect in some way. But, I also recognize this line of thought and have tried to imitate when I was new to 4chan in particular (I used Pooshlmer before hand, but it had a very different vibe to it than 4chan). Always remember: you never know when you're speaking to a dog on the internet.
15 Anonymous 2019-06-16T16:34:43
he's right you know

1 Anonymous 2019-05-20T09:05:06 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
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2 Anonymous 2019-05-20T14:57:36
What the fuck?
Is this like some pedo's personal trolling for targets website or something? It's not even an imageboard, just an email address

The logo is even a slice of cheese pizza lol
3 Anonymous 2019-05-20T20:30:17
Admin here. Not that I personally care, but should I delete this thread?
Just don't wanna get v&. If there's no reason not to I might do it tomorrow.
Anonymous (Tue)May 21 2019 05:15:46
(I like your polite attitude.)
4 Anonymous 2019-05-21T08:55:34
It's a gag from the 5chan youtube channel. They set it up on their discord
5 Anonymous 2019-05-22T12:50:01
autism: the video
6 Anonymous 2019-06-15T18:03:34
this is 12chan+1

1 Anonymous 2019-05-26T19:28:46
Let's get some nice OCs out of this deal
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10 Anonymous 2019-05-30T12:17:59
OP here, Twitter banned the brand new account I made to specifically contact the artist for "exhibiting automated behavior". I sent an appeal but they still haven't replied, we'll see.
11 Anonymous 2019-05-31T17:05:04
They do that whenever you make an account without putting your phone number in. You'll probably get automated response #1 tomorrow, then reply to that one with a quick "fuk u" to get automated response #2 and have your account unlocked (when I did it I wrote an actual message but I'm pretty sure you can just put in anything)
12 Anonymous 2019-06-01T20:11:45
Just use Mastodon like a normal person/
13 Anonymous 2019-06-09T10:09:08 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
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14 Anonymous 2019-06-09T11:16:03 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
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1 Anonymous 2019-05-15T07:42:08 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
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YTMND is finally dead. Flash is dying next year.

Is fun on the internet going to be nonexistent in the year 2020?
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6 Anonymous 2019-06-07T18:05:11
Flash died years ago, the only difference is that now it's official.

The fact of the matter is that nobody uses the thing anymore. Most flash games and sites were rewritten in HTML5, most flash movies were converted to standard video files, and western animation studios switched to toonboom. There's a 99% chance you haven't touched anything flash related at all in the past year. It's an obsolete piece of technology that's been replaced by newer technologies that do everything it did and more way better than it ever could

Yeah, it's sad to see something go, but most of that sadness has nothing to do with actual demand for the product and everything to do with sentimental memories.
7 Anonymous 2019-06-08T01:12:16

>Flash died years ago, the only difference is that now it's official.

Depends on what you mean by died. If you mean the technology being updated, then it has to wait until 2020; I won't keep guessing but see my point.

>The fact of the matter is that nobody uses the thing anymore.

I still use it and I'm not the only one.
>Most flash games and sites were rewritten in HTML5

Do you have any statistics to back that up? Newgrounds defiantly accepted unity and such before the announcement by Adobe. Miniclip still serves swfs. Nitrome has rewritten only a few of their old games to html5. Addictinggames seems to have changed most of its stuff to html5. Kongregate and Armor Games now host both flash and html5 content.
>most flash movies were converted to standard video files

And suffered either a large quality loss or cost ~20 times the space of a flash file (assuming the website hosts different quality versions of the animation).
>and western animation studios switched to toonboom.

Again where's your source? Here's some evidence contrary to what you wrote https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Flash_animated_television_series#2010s

>There's a 99% chance you haven't touched anything flash related at all in the past year.

I usually open at least one flash file each day.

>It's an obsolete piece of technology that's been replaced by newer technologies that do everything it did and more way better than it ever could

Do you have a source for that one too?

>Yeah, it's sad to see something go, but most of that sadness has nothing to do with actual demand for the product and everything to do with sentimental memories.

Then where's my vector graphics authoring system that also has a programming language to provide interactivity to said animation and is also packaged into a single file?
8 Anonymous 2019-06-08T06:18:20
>Then where's my vector graphics authoring system that also has a programming language to provide interactivity to said animation and is also packaged into a single file?
I don't know whether it can replace flash (it can't really), but I can tell that SVG would be interesting to you. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SVG_animation
A couple unfortunate effects are that it can't seem to do audio yet (and probably never will), and that you need a web browser open to use them.
9 Anonymous 2019-06-08T11:47:25
I wasn't trying to prove anything, I was just making conversation based off observation.

There is something that is undeniable fact though; even if people still use it, flash, sucks and there's tons of alternatives that do what it did better. It's a bloated, unreliable, obscenely proprietary resource hog that scales horribly to weaker hardware and is a fucking nightmare for security.

HTML5 performs better, scales better, uses less resources and does everything flash does and more.

Source: https://www.apple.com/hotnews/thoughts-on-flash/ as well as my own experiences with webdev
10 Anonymous 2019-06-25T17:04:27
uhh. anon. ytmnd is sorta back with sub domains but the main page is still down

1 Anonymous 2019-06-02T21:41:50 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
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mongo mongo mongo I don't wanna live the congo no no no no no nooooo
2 Anonymous 2019-06-02T21:47:14 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
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You mean bongo.
3 u mean bongo 2019-06-02T21:56:21 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
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u mean bongo
4 Anonymous 2019-06-03T05:26:14
teenbros pls leave
5 Anonymous 2019-06-03T14:22:53
Go away
6 Anonymous 2019-06-03T18:44:11

1 Anonymous 2019-05-30T19:17:35
I don't know why, but this sort of thing fascinates me. I have this weird obsession with social information, even though I'm a shut in social retard.
2 Anonymous 2019-05-30T22:05:46
I share your fascination though probably not to the same degree.
3 Anonymous 2019-05-30T22:19:06
Twitter probably.
4 Anonymous 2019-05-31T10:35:01
The most popular google searches maybe.

1 Anonymous 2019-05-28T17:54:33 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
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2 Anonymous 2019-05-29T18:50:09
I'd do them
4 Anonymous 2019-05-29T21:07:44
5 Anonymous 2019-05-30T05:51:16

1 Anonymous 2019-05-29T11:20:42 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
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Nowadays, everyone considers memes made before the year 2010 to be great with no flaws. What are some memes you personally thought were cancer back before they had a legacy?
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4 Anonymous 2019-05-29T12:58:58
on the other side, stupid preteen "t3h penguin of DOOM!!1!' type shit doesnt much bother me any more, actually. Its just kinda cute in retrospect.
5 Anonymous 2019-05-29T18:18:17
Everyone remembers invader zim randumb humor G4BE MEH WAFFLELS as being "cute" like >>4 said, or innocent now that it's been more than a decade, but everyone considered it cancer back in the day. Same with shit like YTMND.
6 Anonymous 2019-05-29T18:46:14
That's because I'm pretty sure nobody ever used to think about "old memes" in the way they think about "new memes".
They honestly had their own brand of irony that I think is lost on us today. But the reason they're remembered fondly is because people think they miss the old memes when in fact it's just the attitude which they were posted with that they miss.
7 Anonymous 2019-05-29T22:19:59
People don't realize that a lot of the changes in the internet have less to do with the internet itself and more to do with you. You've outgrown internet humor and culture, but you're still too connected to it to fully let go.
8 Anonymous 2019-05-30T05:49:12
That doesn't really contradict what I was saying though. Even if I've changed I still look fondly back on the old stuff not because of what it actually is but because of the way it felt, largely due to the attitudes of the posters being vastly more whimsical than today.

1 Anonymous 1969-12-31T17:00:00 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
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I discovered a fascinating japanese vlog channel-
they seem to be some kind of fishing/aquarium otaku. most of her videos seem to be fairly quiet and not very flashy videos of her netting fish in a river, and some of her aquarium. from the way she talks and her face, and from some of the shots, she seems like a very strange girl.
but, for some reason its fascinating watching this bizzare person do her hobby.
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31 Anonymous 2019-04-18T21:42:46
Verry smooth, Kenny.
32 Anonymous 2019-04-19T10:04:53
33 Anonymous 2019-04-20T01:30:31
this kenny >>30
particularly the “your my kind of catch” bit
34 Anonymous 2019-04-20T02:26:13
Youtube has this weird thing where it can give you a different description/title depending on your region, which is pretty annoying with video archival.
I think titles, descriptions, and subtitles can be contributed by anyone without needing permission, wasn't that what the whole youtube heroes thing was about?
35 Anonymous 2019-05-29T07:26:53 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
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150 IQ girls drink Zero Ultra

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