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Everyone seems pretty divided about modern cartoons. Depending on who you ask we're either in a new golden age or in a new dark age. I feel like I'm the only one who thinks it's somewhere inbetween.The likes of Steven Universe or Adventure Time really don't measure up to what was being done in the late 80s through the early 2000s, but at the same time they easily beat the garbage that was being churned out in the 60s through the early 80s.
good bad, post text files of copypasta
also welcome to /text/
>be finnish>45 year old>movement teacher>student are 12-13>they had tight cloth on>today was after class>the girl go into a shower>can see more nudism body>her breast grow to the fuck>little hair look has the trim>erect my penis>"do you have ok">she look out to me in wet shoulder hair>cover breast growth but can both nipple>"yes">turn to go into a shower>"don't look the shower">"but your body can't say yes">she run out to nudism>hear she tell to the head master>he invited me to the office of his>"stop never again or you get a shoe"I don't want a shoe for my money but what can stop the girl look time? I can see every day the girl when she into a shower and all had a body of good look to make resistence hard for penisevery day I have tempetation resist, I can the future too but the head master can give me a shoe if I look more to the girl shower
Who's the Most Remarkable Extra-Ordinary Fellow?
Sinbad the Sailor and Tinbad the Tailor and Jinbad the Jailer and Whinbad the Whaler and Ninbad the Nailer and Finbad the Failer and Binbad the Bailer and Pinbad the Pailer and Minbad the Mailer and Hinbad the Hailer and Rinbad the Railer and Dinbad the Kailer and Vinbad the Quailer and Linbad the Yailer and Xinbad the Phthailer
Why do they have "bad" in their names if they're so good at it
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>18-30, 52-99, 101, 103-185, 192, 195, 218, 235, 236These are mostly CP, right?
>>2Probably.>>1Don't forget those on the other side who died in the /pr/ conflict!
I don't think we lost any threads from board merges.Just spam threads that got deleted and also some threads got pruned a while back. There was brief period where I had threads being pruned with an external script and cron job.
This list is going to get much longer, huh...
Does 4taba tabletop? I've been getting really into Shadowrun recently and want to see what you guys are into
My favourite game is Dark Heresy.
I wish I could play the tabletop RPGs more regularly. Never found a group around my area so instead I play EDH.
depends, is (online) mahjong tabletop?
>>4Well yes, tabletop does include board games and such.
I've been playing battletech lately. Its really cool.Pretty much entirely through megamek though, I dont have a group to play irl with.
Please use this thread to report bugs and give feedback. Or start a new thread for more active discussion.Feel free to also report issues directly on our GitHub:https://github.com/4taba/4taba
Nevermind, it works. Only when I right-click and select "Save Link", not when I use this browser's built-in downloader.
>>212I can only assume that you haven't put those changes through yet. As one example, https://22chan.org/f/ appends "&=FILENAME" to the end of each file. That might work as a quick and dirty solution, which isn't required here, but you might want something more elegant.
>>210>>211Actually that makes me think that we could do both. Since setting that download attribute seems to prevent it from opening the image for viewing inside the browser itself anyway, we could make it so that clicking the thumbnail will open the image inside the browser as normal, but clicking on the filename link above the thumbnail could have the download="actual_filename.jpg" attribute.If that works then that's an easy 10 second fix. I'll do some testing with a few different browsers and if it works then I'll add it to the new server.By the way, the new site is basically ready to deploy. But I'm also switching hosts from A2 to DigitalOcean (which has more up-to-date servers, A2 is still using kernel version 2 on their VPS's), so the site may go down some time tonight or tomorrow, and be off for several hours as I move all the data to the new server and update the DNS info.
>we could make it so that clicking the thumbnail will open the image inside the browser as normal, but clicking on the filename link above the thumbnail could have the download="actual_filename.jpg" attribute.That sounds good, it would've been bad if you couldn't expand the thumbnails anymore. I don't think left-clicking on a normal link will download it, so this is basically the way it'll be in the end.>click on thumbnailMedia expands.>(middle) click on link, middle click on thumbnailMedia opens in new tab. (non-original filename if user saves here)>right click → save on linkImage saves with filename.
Anyone seen this yet? I watched it last night on CN. The most impressive stuff in the movie was animated by porigoshi unsurprisingly. The music was also good, and that nosebleed Steven got when he was punched surprised me. I almost wish this wasn't a TV movie
>>8I wish the whole show looked like the pilot. It was much closer in style to the comics and short films Sugar made before working at cartoon network.
>>7Doubt it, if I were to search Metallica and ended up getting MLP art, I'd be pissed off. But there's also this extreme attachment to the characters these people have, that would think not agreeing with them is like you're hurting a real person. It's ridiculous.
>>10You can't write fanfiction about Metallica, nor can you create fan theories.But to answer your question more properly, SU is a show aimed at highschool age girls, AKA the most emotional people on earth.
>>11>You can't write fanfiction about Metallica, nor can you create fan theories.That's true, though it's not impossible, I'm pretty sure some guy on the internet has made his "Lars lobotomizes the band Clockwork Orange style" fanfiction. >But to answer your question more properly, SU is a show aimed at highschool age girls, AKA the most emotional people on earth.That's the biggest gripe. You finally nailed it to a teeth. And emotional people tend to be pretty vocal and is really easy to appeal to emotions so that narrows it down even more.
I only really got into SU after I'd stopped watching it for a while. When I started watching it again I'd been pretty much completely isolated from internet discussion on the show, allowing me to appreciate it on its own meritsAnd that's the thing about SU; it's yet another victim of the internet hype machine. When a show does something moderatly impressive the 13 year olds who've only watched ten cartoons at most think it's the coolest shit on earth and make a massive deal of it. This gets the attention of people who actually know cartoons, and they go in expecting it to be the next AtLA. When it inevitably isn't, they leave feeling like the show itself cheated them.The only way to enjoy cartoons again is to remove yourself from most of the discussion surrounding them online.
post weird irc channels
>>2On what network?
Why do people who don't have children hunt down lolicons? Literally why do they even care. Did a famous ytuber tell them to do it
>>284chan allows lolicon/toddlercon porn on /b/ and they haven't gotten into trouble for it. You know the kind of person Hiro is, if it was truly a problem he would have stamped it out ASAP.
>>29Really? I haven't visited /b/ in ages. Has any admin made some statement about it?
>>30https://www.4channel.org/rules"You will not post any of the following outside of /b/: e. Loli/shota pornography"
>>30Threads get pruned so fast, it's not even worth removing
>>31Right, I guess that does imply it's allowed. Interesting.
What are some good technical or nonfiction books you've read? I recently read Unix Power Tools, and it was quite enjoyable: most of the authors used a nice, lighthearted tone.I'm planning to read SICP sometime this year.
The Art of The Deal was pretty comfy
I'm working through the Simon & Schuster Handbook for Writers. It's got a pretty fun tone and lots of exercises.
I've neglected any serious mathematical/computational activity for nearly a year. I'm going to try to get back into it by (re-)reading Concrete Mathematics.
I read Paul Graham's On Lisp. It gave me a better understanding of macros, and examples of how to pile abstraction layers on top of each other to build amazing stuff. It also dispelled my doubts and showed me that Common Lisp really isn't for me - I'm more of a Scheme person.More recently, I read O'Reilly's Network Warrior. Being familiar only with home/SOHO networking equipment, I feared it'd be out of my league, but instead I found a very accessible book, that explains all the required background without patronizing the reader or dumbing things down, crammed with useful info both theoretical and practical. If you're interested, try to get the second edition, as the first has a fair number of errata.And now I really should be getting back to SICP sometime soon.
I'm looking for a very specific type of wallpaper 4taba. It needs to be the type of thing you casually open up your laptop with, and anyone who sees it is slightly weirded out, but they aren't weirded out enough/are too taken aback to say anything about it. Plz help I'll gib rewards