I came here to evade the black and white sphere of other sites, meaningless politics that only fuel my rage, whatever, what are you listening to right now? https://youtu.be/5bqAqW43e2s
Glad to have you.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTy0WSuqYyw
>>2https://youtu.be/dYZq5QlJHkIDidn't expect to see someone here
>>3Surely we exist, we just post lightly.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gg0PjTybVJM
Not loading for me. Are there any other missing files you forgot to upload?
works on my machine
ya think after 4chan fixes their flash situation, 4taba admin will do the same? I'm waiting for december just to see how mods will handle it. Newgrounds already made their own player, but it doesn't work on browsers
>>4V seems to have a lot on his hands. I doubt flash is high on his list of priorities which includes kissu. I think the best thing that can be done is gently reminding him not to forget us from time to time.
what browsers are you using, runs fine on my linux firefox if I accept then refresh
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Why do people make threads like this?
>>2 Just checking in to say it's cross board spam by a bot or something, got the same damn thread at the board i browse. it's the bot's SECOND thread, a variation of the first.
>>3I assume this person is a theistic satanist of some sort and is making these threads to appeal to the demons they worship
That clearly says "BCNW".
I pray to Dadikūru that it's just maintenance issues. If /azu/ outlives 4-ch I will genocide all the homeless people living under the bridge near my apartment
>>11They never experienced dial-up.
>>11Where are you seeing 90s nostalgia on 4-ch? There's some 00s melancholia on the internet boards since the whole place is one of the few remaining ones on the internet where you can freely talk to ghosts from a bygone era.
>>5disregard this I made a blunder, I mixed up 4-ch with another textboard it seems
Use subposts to sage.
I swear I saged this post but it's not showing that
>>114-ch's issue is that it spreads itself too thin. It has 27 boards, which is way too many for a small-ish textboard without an overboard
>>17It's a relic of a different time. Inertia alone guarantees there'll be no change or consolidation. bps doesn't delete spam, and the last new thing was 5 years ago when the now defunct image board was added.
ITT post the good memories you had with any of the kiss.sites or anime streaming sites in general
>>20I don't seed transcodes.
>>20Something tells me you don't download anything higher than 720p, and avoid BD releases.
>>22It's actually fairly consistent with my folders that contain a good amount of high resolution BD releases.
>>22Stop downloading Coalgirls.
>>24How Coalgirls realeses are so big anyway?They are ridiculous and don't even look better.
Today I confirmed my X/i3/lightdm doesn't like to get up at morning.I wake up and startup my debian install, all's nominal.I log in and it crashes, going back to the greeter screen.I just go to a console and do my shit, suspecting there's some Y2K fuckery going on.When 10 am rolls in, I restart the lightdm service and log in, successfully.What a shithole this software is.
>>7>I doubt anyone who's ever typed "startx" has ever been invited to a party.i used to dj parties with a dm-less netbook. i used an application called xwax which is an open source digivinyl player (in ncurses). digivinyl uses records pressed with a timecode tone (made for proprietary systems like serato or traktor) and plays audio files at the playback rate instructed by the timecode tone. if you pitch down (playback speed down) your turntable 6%, it slows the mp3 down 6%. so this would allow you to beatmatch and mix two different mp3s using vinyl on turntables as a user interface. one of my friends even scratched with it. i never learned how to scratch, but on the other hand my scratching friend never learned how to use computers. anyway i typed `startx' on that debian netbook a lot and have been invited to many parties so anon has failed to consider a corner case.
You must be fun at parties.
poetteringware, not even once
>>7HuhI've been to parties but I'd rather be home tinkering with my linux machines lol
>>11yeah it was that
Phones are so exciting, especially amalogue. You never know who might be at the other end of the line. Could be a scammer, or an alien displaced in the fourth dimension.
when I pick up my phone its usually ABOUT YOUR CREDIT CARD ACCOUNT, THERES NOTHING WRONG WITH YOUR ACCOUNT, WE"RE JUSt HERE TO INFORM YOU YOU QUALIFY AS PART OF A PROGRAM TO HAVE YOUR INTEREST RATES LOWERED BY AS MUCH AS 20%, TO SPEAK TO A REPRESENTATIVE< PRESS 1, TO BE TAKEN OFF THIS LIST PRESS 9
I just picked up my phone. The conversation went like this:"Hello!""..."*click*The thought that my phone number's been added to several lists fills me with such excitement. Maybe some Chinese people will call and advertise who knows what?
>>4I keep on getting ones about health insurance. What's creepy is that this robot can tell when you say hello. If I don't say anything it says it's lines about health insurance but if I say "hi" or "hello" to it before it speaks it says "hello" before launching into the health insurance lines.
Thinking about it, the unexpected phone calls haven't been coming in as frequently lately.
>Could be a scammer, or an alien displaced in the fourth dimensionIs there a difference?
>Let's be real: You didn't search for this.
I take them for the anger issues, but it seems they make me more manipulable and the anger doesn't even fade away
Yeah, I have ADHD medicine and it makes me all weird and shit.
TAKE YOUR MEDS
Thanks for reminding me to take my asthma medication.
I've seen many friends, family, and people get irrevocably screwed by medicine than it actually helping. The mental health industry is a lie that just feeds you pills to dull your senses, or introspect further on your problem or suffering.
over-diagnosis doesn't rule out that medication is a helpful tool for things like anxiety and attention issues.Behavioral issues a bit more tricky..
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Do you kill ants? I don't, i find them adorable as long they don't bite me
most ants don't even bite
As long as they don't bug me.
I find them pretty cool, but I'm thinking about the possibility of their evolution into larger forms. so yeah i kill them
I respect them too much. They're really smart creatures. If things go south for humanity I could easily see some sort of ant replacing us.
did you know that ~96% of corpses end up in anthills ? I thought that was interesting
firefox crashed again
Sometimes I wish YouTube wasn't such a solid hub for long form tutorials and lectures on so many subjects. It's really useful when looking to learn stuff, but it's so easy to get distracted, and the distractions themselves are rarely anything great.
I, too, wish there was a mirror of carefully curated longform videos, but what can you do?
>>3youtube has become so bad you can usually learn more by reading some ancient lecture slides for five minutes than an hour long video.videos always boil down complex ideas into naive talking points using only intuitive reasoning.it is patronizing to someone that put any effort into learning, and enlightening for zero-agency people that "fucking love science".It has a dangerous spill-over effect where if you try searching other parts of the web you end up finding lots of the same garbage repeated by people that want to be authorities in their gay ass community.I call it the "wired" phenomenon, where you get some mid-wit woman host reading from a script, washed-up "authorities" as guests, pandering/quirky attitude (2009 memes XD), high production value, lots of subtle advertising, and minimal substance.
>>5Of course the most popular stuff is surface level garbage. It's simply what the majority of people are willing to consume. I'm surprised people are still surprised the lowest common denominator is, in fact, the lowest common denominator.
It depends. The stuff I'm drawn to is usually by people who have low production values and may not actually know anything about AV. It's often dry content, but the speaker is earnest. Professor Messer has decent production, but he's also very straight to the point and dry in his lecturing.Of course, there's always MIT Coursework and the like as an alternative.
Posts just linking to other posts are worthless.
Well, in my case at least, thanks for the links. Would have never known otherwise as I only read shitaba these days.
Thanks for the newspost.
Thanks for posting this, I hadn't checked /a/ in a while so I hadn't seen this