Ryan grimes is a female posted on myex.com .
She is the worst human alive. She defiles herself with her lies and squanders her life fucking old mean. She beats Handicap children at her work.
She live in Charlotte NC but Attends school at Vanderbilt in TN Nashville. There she whores her self to what ever nigger JEW will have her.
She cuts her self and tries to make people pity her.
Her Email is RyanGrimes@gmail.com RyanMatisse@yahoo.com she is 27 years old. Brothers name is Julian Grimes. you can find him on Facebook.
She will be Dead on her Birthday this month.
She has Plenty of things to hack her Icloud which contains Nudes and sex tapes. Some of which she is having anal sex and being throat fucked.
what the fuck
Is there anyone else out there who collects porn without fapping to it?
I don't know why, but I'll find myself downloading random doujins to read through, keeping the ones I like. I've got a pretty large collection now, for an image-only archive.
This, in itself, is not strange - who doesn't have a porn collection? However, I'm not "using" any of it. I started taking St. John's Wort (a mild antidepressant that kills libido) a few weeks ago, so I have no real reason left to want to jerk off to anything, and yet here I am, queuing up direct downloads. Is this just force of habit or something? Even if I'm not jerking off, there's something therapeutic about collecting things.
I pretty much had like 80% of the shit that was scanned from C76 last year, it was all free and brand new shit that just got scanned almost literally hours after the event, so I just kept downloading, looking at some, fapping to some etc. Only like a month ago did I do some clean up and erased about 5 gigs worth of doujins.
I usually don't fap to the same thing twice, so I wonder why I do have about 50GB of porn that only gets looked at once a year.
I have tons of hentai manga/doujin and I don't consider it "fappable." Most of it's collected for its novelty or artistic value. There's lots of absolute junk that I don't bother with, but come on, frog on girl action? You can't not have that. This is all going to be very hard to explain if I die suddenly and my family find most of a hard drive full of stuff like that. I don't know why I do it...
As for porn that I "use", it's mostly free video sites and usually pretty bland and standard issue.
It's a kind of hoarding instinct, I think. I don't need it and rarely go through it. It's healthier and cheaper than collecting toys or something. At the very least, it takes up less space!
I use hit and run tactics. I don't see the need to save.
I don't ordinarily collect absolutely everything I see but one time I found this insane as fuck eromanga in an issue of Comic Megastore involving this hugeass ripped banchou-sort of chick and this puny ass normal dude and kept it because of the novelty yeah.
As for the rest of the shit I keep it's generally based on like my tastes at that moment so sometimes I'd feel pretty "Ayanami" or "Morishima" at the moment and basically just go on a downloading splurge.
A certain friend of mine does this. I found their iPod open on a hentai booru app with the search terms "flat chest puffy nipples."
>>9 both of them I can deal with on their own, but together?
You sound like a hoarder. The mentality is pretty much the same across the spectrum... "there might come a day this might be worth something", "this isn't trash", "I'll save this for another day", "I think I'll build something with this someday" etc.
Digital content means easy access but its also easier to excuse digital hoarding because it doesn't clutter as bad as physical. Digital content is also easier to maintain.
Digital stuff is pretty valueless when you think about it though. It's very easy to make a copy and originals mean nothing.
Serious title. Suddenly I realized:
There's internet 'pillars' such as YouTube, Facebook and 4chan that a whole lot of people contribute content or simply lurk right? The communities formed are unaware of each others existence to an extend right now. There's also 'secret' elitist communities (like I consider 4-ch to be - or the 4chan textboards) that have to do with cultures or hobbies.
You can't force a sudden awareness - it happens on its own. It's an autonomous system of communities that grow, learn and become aware of each other. (Jensen's words from the movie The Network come to mind http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0074958/quotes)
Moreover, coming to the title of my post, there's the I on the internet. That is, the self that is reflected. [b]You are what you browse.[/b] For example, when I browse 4chan I'm playful, naughty, horny. When I browse 4-ch I feel the need to "shut myself in" and communicate with other shut-ins (not trying to insult anyone here), and I simply do not use Facebook, which could say something about what kind of person I am socially...
There was a spark that grew into this post. I wrote as I thought about it. This has to be studied! Discuss.
Oh WakabaMark I forgot about you...
The revelation here has evaded me. These are just the basic tendencies or social groups, no?
fixed action patterns are never suppressed, they are simply taught to act within appropriate social contexts.
But can you really call this a social network? They are usually just communicating with a multifaceted machine
So basically people generate different personalities to different websites.
Imo it's more like the plot of GITS:SAC.
But back to op, you can't compare chans to facebook. FB is just wanking contest with your friends, as LJ or MS used to be, maybe even ICQ/MSN before that.
Twitter is a celebrity circlejerk of which youtube is only half, the second part being kinda chan (the comments. THE COMMENTS!) for average joes. Reddit started as a nice improvement over digg, but will eventually meet the same end - drowned in it's own karma swamp.
Multiple personas is a natural thing. You talk different in school, to your parents and to your friends. But chan is the only place where you can pretend to be anyone you want.
But indeed herd behaviour dictates it all. Chans are the only herd which is not tightly controlled by shepherds, one may say, they/we're a feral bunch.
You say that chans are the only place where we can pretend to be someone else but what if we actually become the person we're pretending to be and the persona we use offline is actually the fake one?
This makes me think of the end of Evangelion (the anime, not the End of Evangelion film)...."This is the Shinji that you know on Facebook. This is the Shinji you know on Twitter. This is the Shinji you know in real life..." etc.
I kind of half-realized this in middle school; I noticed that I acted different in front of my friends and in front of my classmates, and my parents, and teachers. Then, when I went to college I realized I was different with my college friends than I was with my middle or high school friends. I think people mostly have herd tendencies, and I feel like most social groups (IRL at least) have a leader (or leaders) who set the tone for how the group will act.
One group of friends from when I worked at a bar were all loud and crazy, so when I hung out with them, I was loud and crazy.
At home, I'm boring and quiet.
I think humans are just like this. We are pack creatures, like it or not.
Some of us adjust to a solitary lifestyle, and we are adaptable, but in a group, I think most people would take on the role the "leader" has prescribed.
ITST. You can gather a lot from a persons youtube habits (comments, favorites etc) for example. An internet-profile of sorts. I think people reveal their true selves when 1. no fear of repercussion is present 2. habit and convenience trumps practical long term investments.
About the "Net MPD" thing, I think going to be a thing of the past. Nowadays everything is integrated into apps, shared commentary platforms, standardized communication forms etc. So the different environments creating different social personality breeding grounds will disappear as well. The internet is shrinking, ISTT.
(If you can understand Jap,read below for more info.)
Like SOPA in the USA,Japanese Government wants citizen to stop
file sharing by using P2P.
So, they're going to upload fake zipped files.
Inside of it is a file that is written "stop downloading".
This is funny;who download those shit?
Movie in a .zip file,2kB? Nonesense!
So, if you're using P2P, DO NOT DOWNLOAD THESE SHIT(FAKE FILES).
That's going to cause more clutter and probably just encourage better filters... I'd be seriously worried about accidentally catching the flu and other nasties in those files though. Who knows? What with the methods used here.
What do you guys think the internet will be like in 20 years time? 50 years?
Will we be able to plug our very senses into the computer to experience directly? Will it be the same as now but with less privacy?
Privacy is dead.
Thank you Sergey Brin and Mark Zuckerberg.
I've always thought 40 or 50 years from now, that someone would invent something better than a computer and it will surpass everything a computer can do. I wouldn't be surprised if something like this came out. Technology is a thing that just keeps on evolving. People will figure out how to create something bigger and better than the internet. I can't imagine how this machine would work or what it would have that makes it much more superior to our technology of today. But, if something like this did come out eventually, I would still stay on the internet.
>Google will slowly but surely lose its audience and favour to Yahoo or another competitor, or:
>Someone will sue them on behalf of millions of affected people and they'll run out of money
4. Textboards will become the dominant form of anonymous communication and supersede imageboards. At least that's what I hope.
>4. Textboards will become the dominant form of anonymous communication and supersede imageboards. At least that's what I hope.
Me too, brother.
Probably just going to be the same except that networking will be beyond humanity's comprehension.
Completely fucked. You'll probably need to use an internet license given to you by the government to even connect to the internet.
It wont let me open any links, it just tells me i cannot connect, i have giving Tor permissions with firewall and whatnot but it sill doesnt work
All the CP sites got shut down because they were run by idiots or FBI. Try going to some non-CP sites and you'll find that most of them work, you disgusting pedophile.
Lien de onion chan
How do I get to hidden wiki?
Please post information on yourself.
Location (also, details like whether it's a city or suburb, ghetto of rich part of the city, rural area or factory town, etc)
Ethnic background and/or Race
Sex or Gender
I'm originally posting this to see how many black hikkis are here, but It's useful a a general survey. I miss anonib's board
Utah, in a small city near the salt lake. Several miles away from where I live is a train that I can take to provo, ogden, salt lake city, etc.
Ethnic background: Mostly English, with a mix of swedish and danish.
German french and irish ancestry as far as im aware
22 yrs of age. male. former internet addict.
Ethnic background: 75% french 25% italian
Ethnic background: human
Age: not telling
Sex: yes pls
Location: Northern US, suburban area. We're middle class but I feel like I'm surrounded by rich snobs
Ethnic background: White, pops is mainly Irish, Mom is mainly Italian
Location: Suburb in NW Oregon.
Ethnic background: Mostly German, Danish, and Irish, with some other European ancestries thrown in.
Location: Illinois. Shitty rural town
>>5 The only explanation I ever get is that they act cringy by using stupid memes and saying "le"
Isn't that enough? Le Reddit is le cancer of le Internet, and le 13-year-olds with le stupid fucking memes need to le stay there. Reddit makes /b/ look like a placid oasis of intellectual contemplation by comparison.
I think they are not acting.
I don't know if you're retarded, trolling, or just stupidly going off of what you hear about it.
I hardly ever see anyone under 18 there.
>Isn't that enough?
You only quoted the first portion of my sentence, in which I continued to explain why that assumption is bullshit.
gb2/reddit/ and take OP with you, kthxbye
i dont care who says theyre hot or they arent id still put it in all their holes
Go back to facebook, you preteen girl
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It's all relative. If you're gonna make an exception like >>1 , then you shouldn't generalize, really. Like most of social media, it's transient, and will continue to change in response to our culture. Also, >>6, I believe it's what the kiddies call post-irony; I hear it's really popular. Similar to irony, memes, and name calling, post-irony doesn't contribute anything to a discussion.
Reddit is the only website that I can still bear to go on actively.
Saying that it is le memes is like saying that /b/ represents the entirety of 4chan, 4ch, Futaba 2ch and Somethingawful.\
Even the subs well regarded as complete shit-holes like funny, atheism etc. are just a thousand times better than most popular websites nowadays.
How is your mind body and soul keeping up?
I'mm developing a bad back. All I can afford is this god awful wooden chair and sitting in it sixteen hours a day has done me no good
Dude, see a chiropractor. I have monthly visits and the shit works wonders.
I can't focus anymore and end up hopping from tab to tab and skimming through them. Some of them I don't even read but keep open anyway.
First, they are simply attractive. People naturally gravitate towards conditions of increased stimulation.
Then, the user begins to disrupt social connections through use. This occurs due to a combination of attraction and dislike for the imperfections and limits of everyday life
Finally, it cements a person into bondage – having alienated them from sources of outside motivation and thereby preventing the resurgence of meaningful activity. Despite the fact that the computer no longer holds appeal
I'm starting to find both are fairly annoying
Pretty much my stance. My internet and real lives contain similar personalities, but I'm much less reserved on the internet.
>>5 real life friends aren't that bad ,you've just got to pick the cream of the crop
,don"t you get sick of people online spewing the same shit anyway?
People suck in general. They don't like what I like, they don't think the way I do and are in general pretty hard to start a relationship based on affinity with.
I can't really relate to this, as I'm actually worse off on the internet than I am in real life. Off line I have a few casual acquaintances from school and can socialize casually. I even have one friend, although they live in a different city so I only see them about every 6 months. Online, however, I haven't made a single friend in more than 10 years. The only social interaction I get is from posting on places like here and 4chan, and often my posts are ignored. I've tried to make online friends, but it's like people's apathy towards me irl is magnified X100 on the internet.
Try playing multiplayer games. They give you a lot of social interaction and if you're lucky, you might make a friend.
>suspects it may be because he farts around on the Internet all the time and never interacts with people IRL
>asks for advice
>"you should try an MMO"
Yes, this will end well.
You kids today and your computers. When I was growing up I didn't NEED a computer to be alienated.
Also, get off my lawn.