So, I was responding to someone asking a question about an otome game and posted the game's manufacturer's website and got banned for 'posting a banned website'. I was completely unaware that posting that website would get me banned.
A few weeks ago something similar happened with another website, this time when I was trying to share translation files to another anonymous and got banned for, once again, 'posting a banned website'.
Is there a list of all these websites/words/phrases that'll get you auto banned? It's a bit silly to get banned for posting websites when you have no warning that said website will result in a ban. It would be helpful if there was a list somewhere.
b& for posting garbage outside of /b/. Thing is that I can't look it up. /banned says I'm not banned but when I try to post it says Ban evasion. Origninal ban was forposting bla bla bla. I don't get this site sometimes.
I haven't been to 4 in ages, but a few years back I got banned from 7chan for repeatedly trolling with furry sex pics of dinosaurs. Been an iichanner/wakachanner/whatever we are now since.
If you're banned you probably deserve it. I know some of the mods. Used to be a mod. I did a good job of not looking away when misconduct was conducted on the board. Just read the rules and don't lollygag.
I also used to be a mod, and have known at least 30000 mods in my lifetime, so your opinion is wrong.
So is it true that moot replaced most of the mods recently?
You can get banned from REAL LIFE by posting on 4chan
you know what I mean
You guys, I was so popular in Japan thanks rabbit
Try to see video
does 'popopopoon' mean death in Japanese?
does this song tell us to die?
Well, this has been a good find.
This site is not friendly to non-Japanese art.
Fuck Danbooru, you've regressed to the point you should be publicly humiliated, campaigned against, DDOSed and just be ignored.
You guys are forgetting about http://rule34.paheal.net/post/list . I think that that site pretty much lets anybody post pictures of arbitrary quality. I guess that it's more or less a good alternative from danbooru/gelbooru.
There's plenty of alternatives, try the links in >>6 for the full list.
Paheal's theme is crappy porn of named characters (Rule 34). They don't use descriptive tags, just character/series/artist.
I stopped browsing Danbooru because of their retarded censorship. They even post link to the banned artists so you'll know what you're missing.
I personally use pixiv, moe.imouto.org and Gelbooru. I don't browse Deviantart, but it is a good site if you want to see anime pictures drawn from people from all over the world.
so it's "retarded censorship" to delete pictures when the original artists contact danbooru and request that their work not be posted there?
that's the reason there are 'banned artists', not because the site hates them
You actually use pixivi? I've never been able to figure out how to navigate that site properly. And running it through translation software makes it worse.
pixiv recently got an english interface, it's not as easy to search for great images on as danbooru & friends (probably by design) but it should be perfectly navigable
>>20 there's also the ban on loli, or maybe it's just not allowed unless you become a "full member" i.e. suck the admins' dicks or donate money. And gelbooru is getting increasingly shittier by the day, what with the ads.
I'm just using pixiv now. It's easy to navigate if you have Rikaichan and know how to use it.
the loli restriction exists because j-list doesn't want their ads to be seen on pages containing loli
if you have a better idea how danbooru can pay for its bandwidth than j-list ads or donations, i'm sure they would be open to hearing it
Right now, i'm unable to make any comments on this. I sincerely hope this is some kind of hoax.
Arranged marriages are common in many places of the world. Ge used to it.
The fact that they are common, doesn't means it should be ok. Slavery was also very common. Does it means it's ok?
Is it legal? Yes. Is it ethic? Tough question. It might be argued that, with an arranged marriage, you daughter might not have economical problems in the future. But, i believe that you are just selling your daughter.
Just reading the testimonials makes me sick. But, I guess this is what people in the U.U.S.S. think is the meaning of democracy.
Capitalist pigs : p
"Thank God for your site! Our daughter was really nervous walking down the aisle, but she seems okay now and the money we got let us keep our farm and even add on a few acres."
It must be a joke website, right? Even those names seem fake.
I'm hoping it's a joke site, also.
This site is old. It got some news time a while back, but went down because of the traffic. It is definitely a hoax, it isn't for actual use.
How to troll anonymous forums:
Yeah, that usually happens to people who don't like reading more than half a paragraph.
But I was just treating you nicely like you said :-(
i'm sorry i didn't mean that
Is there any research on analysis of anonymous mobilizations mass and cultural phenomenon h2: influential 4chan posts , no real wakachan posts that are famous famous 4chan posts..experimental check efficacy. i remember somebody basically has to create an infographic and a chat room and all of a sudden mobilized!
actually there is very little information on this. if you have access to scholarly journals I would look in the linguistics department, but for the most part the internet has been fundamentally ignored by researchers (save ad researchers).
For influential posts, /prog/'s sleep sort post got a lot of popularity.
Seriously do they ever visit the site?
They exist but are extremely rare
I imagine they are only summoned via IRC or other methods of contact, or the odd time they do check this site.
I'd like to be a mod so I can delete spam I see. But I'm too scared to ask.
I'd like to have super awful dirt on a mod so I can exercise transitive authority over everything that goes on, and have the mod bear personal responsibility over the policies I impose.
Does anyone know of any good internet communities that they would be willing to share? Kind of like how 4chan was good before.
Also post general interesting places on the net.
I like Wizardchan, they help fight the normie menace.
uncleb.net is just starting out and is really up and coming.
uncle /b/ is actually pretty cool. They organize a lot of raids in their irc too.
>abandoned boards with posts dating back to 2005 and earlier
There's something that makes me unquestionably sad, yet happy to see those sites. To look at a perfectly preserved image of what that place, those people, were like in the recent past. Sometimes, I want to make a post, just to let any future person know that someone else had seen the page. I never do, I don't want to change the site. I want it to be unchanged for the next person who comes across it, whenever that may be.
https://bitmessage.org/wiki/Main_Page - Bitmessage is a P2P communications protocol used to send encrypted messages
http://bittext.ch/_MhiklxwCp - Q's AKTIVLIST OF CHANS, BROADCASTS & MAILING LISTS
Starting from version 0.3.5, Bitmessage introduced an additional feature called a chan, a decentralized anonymous mailing list. Unlike traditional mailing lists used via email:
Sounds incredibly GIFTy but maybe I'll give it a try.
I've been going to Masterchan and 76chan quite a lot lately