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601 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8655 05:15

I want a fucking pizza

602 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8655 05:19

Girl, you put the phat in emphatic

603 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8655 22:32

Is OpenSUSE the cutest?

604 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8656 08:15

[)0 `/0(_) |{|\|0\/\/ 1337???????

605 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8656 09:19

(L¥ꙍ¥`)

606 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8656 10:10

I need some modern Icelandic underground music...

607 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8656 12:05

Chumbient

608 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8657 23:27

@ @@@@@@^ÜR
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@@@ ŽO@@ƒŒƒŒ

Shoboon

609 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8658 01:23

Shobon is a confirmed member of the cummunist party.

610 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8658 05:41

Is there a term for the feeling that you feel for nostalgia but for certain situations that can be accomplished in the present like midnight driving

611 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8658 05:49

>>610
That just sounds like something you want to do.

612 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8658 05:50

>>611
Oh yeah

613 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8658 07:39

>>610
Yearning might be a good match but when it's all coming down to connotations oh well.

614 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8658 09:10

The Internet seems split on whether or not the plural of anecdote is data based on their preferred definitions and outlooks regarding the two words, but according to a lexicographic repository in my possession called the Oxford English Dictionary, the most commonly used plural is "anecdotes".

615 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8658 10:01

ORETACHI NO MIRAI WA
BOKUTACHI NO KONO SEKAI WA

616 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8658 15:42

despair

617 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8658 16:56

still not tired of winning.

618 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8658 17:37

DESPAIR

619 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8658 17:51

STILL NOT TIRED OF WINNING
get with the program >>618

620 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8658 18:18

DDDDDDDEEEEEESSSSSSPPPPPPAAAAAAIIIIIIIRRRRRRR

621 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8658 18:51

-SLAP-

Snap out of it, soldier!

622 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8659 16:17

It's a shame if shanachan has finally been beaten by the CP spammer...

623 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8659 16:17

ecchi homo

624 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8660 04:09

that face when you scroll up and all the posts are mainly (You)

625 Name: (iœjĪªª²iœj) : 1993-09-8660 08:05

I better honor the pact

626 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8660 08:47

the good old days when we could hate things that were shit and like things that were fun without getting mired in retarded internet culture wars

remember them?

627 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8660 16:24

I wish people wouldn't use the label "mentally ill" to delegitimatize the positions of people they disagree with.

628 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8660 18:45

fluffy homemade buns

629 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8660 18:46

soft fluffy buns

630 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8660 21:26

Local Sprouts Cooperative buns.

631 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8661 00:32

can't spell Discord without disco

632 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8661 03:43

"acquaintance" is a good word

633 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8661 03:44

>>632
I learned that word from Tamagotchi

634 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8661 11:12

>>627
Were one in a position to judge such a thing professionally, it would be a complete breach of personal and medical ethics!

> 1189 psychiatrists: "Hold my beer."

635 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8661 14:57

Pettanko ara ara

636 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8662 03:01

Yo if I was like a big streamer or LPer or I made a big fan game that was highly anticipated and the company went after me with cease and desists I'd tell them to fuck off and release my fan game or whatever and if they sued me I would take their lawyer hostage when they met with me then said that I want to talk to whoever was responsible for starting the claim against me in the legal department and whoever brought it to the legal department's attention if (applicable) so we could just have a conversation and then when they show up I'd off the hostage then off the guys I requested then kill as many Konami or Sega or Nintendo or whatever company employees as I could before the cops took me down.

637 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8662 05:53

As the Romans had Romulus and Remus, the moon people will have Neil and Buzz.

638 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8662 17:52

Cold pressed pussy juice

639 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8662 18:09

>>636 No need to be bloodthirsty about it. Just kill the lawyers.

640 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8662 23:55

Ittekibaibai!

641 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8663 00:26

>>636

>Yo if I was like a big streamer or LPer [...] I'd [...] kill [...] m [...] y [...] Se [...] l [...] f [...] .

Fixed that for you.

642 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8663 01:17

>>641
No you didn't

643 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8664 07:06

I feel like sushi makes up for whatever atrocities or genocides the Japanese might have commited. Come on. Toro nigiri for a few million fucking CHINESE people?

644 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8664 12:22

Have you ever heard the fable of Heungbu and Nolbu? I thought not. It's not a story the Goryeo would tell you. It's a Joseon legend.

645 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8664 23:11

>>644
I like that the wikipedia page lists "debt collectors" as one of "various elements of destruction".

646 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8666 01:41

COHOT

647 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8666 19:54

["Dat is soh fuhnneee" in a Vietnamese accent]

648 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8667 03:07

a management sim where you run a brothel in a fantasy RPG setting

call it world of whorecraft

649 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8667 04:39

just like the one-winged dove
sings a song that sounds like she's swinging
two babies, two babies, shed too

650 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8667 07:36

You ever stop and think about how small your teeth are?

651 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8667 12:07

>>650
My teeth have been weirdly sharp lately, my tongue has gotten hurt.

652 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8667 19:07

New genre:
Musique logistique - music made with big rigs,18 wheelers, and long haul trucks

653 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8668 00:19

Sorry mate, don't take checks. Whaaaaggh. Just loads of money.

654 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8668 19:29

rise of the phonics

655 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8668 23:28

BUG REPORT:
bocchi theme cuts off end of line on some posts like >>647 that have long punctuation.

656 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8669 09:13

Sorting through my old bookmarks and finding lots of dead links. Okay, so in truth most of them were like shitty-to-alright (think Geocities-tier) Japanese artist/game sites but it's a thing happening to the whole Internet. The Internet Archive hardly begins to give good coverage of this sort of stuff. There's no stopping it. There is not much worth in stopping it, the majority is crap. No different from previous pre-digital generations, really. But it's still a little upsetting? Like, poof, there's no way to share certain things I was looking at as a college freshman except what I and a few strangers in another country I cannot know who they are can barely remember.

657 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8669 09:47

The popularity of OPM has made it difficult to look at Saitama news the same way ever again.

658 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8669 12:19

that jarring transition from Toromi to Black Sabbath after pressing shuffle

659 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8669 12:42

this copipe is dumb and gay and pointless, just like me

660 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8669 16:18

>>658
or from the Nichijou ending theme to Death Grips - The Powers That B

661 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8669 17:16

bodyslam all the socialists

662 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8669 17:31

oppai oppai oppai oppai oppai oppai

making me puke

663 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8669 18:48

Let's make the Beethoven face together

664 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8669 20:29

Ooooof now *that's* what I call –‚c‚p‚m@‚p‚t‚`‚k‚h‚s‚x–
Ooooof now *that's* what I call �Šï¼¤�±�®ã€�±�µ�¡�¬�©�´�¹�

665 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8669 20:30

Ooooof now that's what I call –‚c‚p‚m@‚p‚t‚`‚k‚h‚s‚x–
Ooooof now that's what I call �Šï¼¤�±�®ã€�±�µ�¡�¬�©�´�¹�

666 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8669 20:41

Am I too old to learn to skateboard

667 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8670 12:46

>>656
Continuing the why-am-i-killing-myself-with-nostalgia-for-shit-you-remember-as-being-shit quest, I have wasted ungodly time online today coming up with only scant evidence that one of the most popular Internet game music radio stations and in particular its only talk program ever even existed, never mind the content itself. There are people who were on it and kept the same names. There are some inbound links still up that have managed to never be updated. Knowing that it jumped stations a couple times hasn't helped dredge up more, nor would I want to really contact anyone from it or waste any time listening to the many hours of it because there was no relationship there. Why am I doing this.

tl;dr podcasting killed the podcast star. please send help, my chicken tendies have hit the floor hours ago.

668 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8671 08:30

HEEYYYYY, BOOYYYYYYY!!!!

669 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8671 22:40

Harambe died one year ago today.

#dicksout

670 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8672 03:00

Whenever I see "all rights reserved", I lose some respect for the author. If they were a good person, they'd release their work under at least Attribution-Noncommercial-Sharealike.

671 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8672 04:07

>>667
There's very little evidence of one of the more popular MMO videogames on the internet having ever existed, they keep telling us about how information no longer degrades in the digital age, but it seems that things disappear more often from the public eye than they did previously.

672 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8672 07:58

>>671 Haha hey remember POGS? Good times!

673 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8672 08:51

>>671
Yeah I also have a life as a non-anonymous poster, and all these people going "boy am I glad I grew up in the 80s none of my teenage shit is online" might not realize that the same is 99% true if you just happened to put it in chats/IMs or on some site that hasn't lasted (in my case, EZBoard forums), and if you never drew the ire of someone who would assiduously document your shit.

BTW, if you have something you were hoping to save and it's on a floppy, there is a significant chance it's not retrievable now. Better go check. Or you can just decide it's not important and toss it, which is probably more realistic.

Like, some people (think the "IFLS teehee I am such a nerd" crowd) still act like the Library of Alexandria burning was some cataclysmic event causing us not to have books of the ancient world (perhaps unaware that it probably happened more than once), but historians assure us that the real problem is that paper decays and nobody had invented the photocopier back then; it takes extreme effort to copy a book by hand, and there wasn't even enough time to copy every work people cared about, much less insignificant works. The Dissolution of the Monasteries was probably worse, honestly.

674 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8672 09:00

>>671
Compared to any previous point in history, there is more information available, more readily, and at an increasing rate of production, so statistically that is unsurprising.
Although, the situation is not helped by an increasing percentage of Internet being entrusted to approximately 4 corporations. Back up your shit, people.

675 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8672 10:00

why did 25 rooms not get a wake up call when the system is up and running

676 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8672 14:29

>>671
It's worse than that: our information actually degrades much quicker now. DVDs have a ~30-100 year lifespan, hard drives less, etc. We tend not to notice this as much as we probably should because the surrounding devices themselves become outdated quickly and get replaced. Our paper is generally high-quality, but we don't write diaries or letters on it. Newspapers, of course, will disintegrate far quicker than books. I've heard many theorize that we're actually living in what will be a Dark Age of immense proportion, because we do not (generally) carve things into stone or metal currently. You'll still be able to read Roman war memorials decades after your hard drives have given up.

Our hope for long-term information survival is that people keep building new hard drives and backing up old drives onto them. This is analogous to the system of monks copying holy books in that it requires semi-regular human maintenance. The analogy also extends to include copying errors, discarding of guninterestingh material, and cannibalization of other records when the supply of blank media runs dry for a while.

There are serious long-term archival projects (e.g. M-disc), but adoption isn't high. I hear there's a government employee somewhere out in the midwest whose job it is to burn a new copy of Wikipedia to such a disc every six months, then store it in an old missile silo.

677 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8672 17:07

What gets really fun is when some really important stuff is meant to be mostly buried but gets out somehow. FOIA and declassification procedures are good if a bit slow and prone to bias, but stuff like Nixon's tapes, Soviet committee reports, the DNC leaks... these things are practically black swan events. History almost never gets such a near-complete view of the facts that the people who are supposed to have the facts have.

678 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8672 21:36

>>673
I remember a fair few forums I used to use that have since been shuttered, mostly anime sites, and in a way I am glad that those childish things have disappeared, but I think it would be better to still have them to look back and reflect on the fact that you once did not know what you know now.

>>674
There is also the problem that storing information is not profitable, take twitch streams for an example, they delete them because it does not make them money to keep them long after the fact, but a large part of understanding an in joke or part of that culture may be something from an old stream that no new person can ever find.

>>676
There's this whole bandwaggoning onto SSD that has been happening for some time now, but SSD has a limited number of read/write operations it can ever preform, meaning the information is gone if it ever hits that cap. The deeper issue here with the lack of information for the future is a far more human one, people get bored of things and move on, so something that may have been insurmountably important to the genesis of an item in the eye of the cultural zeitgeist may have been completely forgotten about, abandoned, and erased. You could look at world2ch that lead to the creation of 4chan but whose archive is incomplete and even the people who care passionately about it tried to archive what they remember, or you could look at old movies, the BBC printed over the first runs of most of it's iconic old TV shows because the film was more expensive than how much they valued the content.
As for high quality paper, for certain things people have deemed important we make copies that will last, but for things actually important to the culture of people on the street we use toiletpaper that will degrade. The reason Marvel #1 is so valuable is that it was printed on shitty paper and was uninteresting, but it led to the creation of a media empire. Similarly the fictions that led to the mythos of the wild wild west are lost entirely, they were printed on chipped pulp that degraded within months, much of American culture and even the motives of the third reich were based on these books that are all but completely gone. So how many issues of comic High Action or Megastore or LO or even Jump do you think will survive into the next decade? How many popular doujin artists are there whose early work no longer exists in any form as it was never archived?
Now when it comes to digital it is alleviated a bit by how easy it is to distribute things, although this is illegal so there is probably a fair amount lost to not wanting to be a pirate, but there is still the problem that a lot of media, especially games, changes online. Think about how many updates there have been to League of Legends or Maplestory or even Starcraft, each of these versions may be wildly different from the ones before or after and it is unlikely that anyone has a record of all of them, and that's only works that you could ever obtain something like a browser based game would require a dedicated person to reverse engineer it every update which are not necessarily ever document. Phone apps are much the same but even harder to distribute or maintain and given how easy it is to get people to use an app many influential versions of content are completely lost within months.
A dark age in history doesn't even begin to describe it, it would be as if all the knowledge about the culture was lost then too, if we never found pots or swords from the romans and only knew they existed because of their bones, vast sects of our culture will never be remembered simply because our media degrades and the only people who thought to preserve it were the internet archive and their woefully inadequate system.

679 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8672 22:18

I'm still not sure if I got rejected or not.

680 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8673 07:48

7 Ghoulies You Should Be Watching Out For (But Aren't)

681 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8673 20:42

Ok I don't think I got rejected but I also think she didn't really get the hint either.

682 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8674 00:30

>>681 Get your hair cut the same way and wear the same clothes as her, she'll take the hint i*O3Oj

683 Name: (iœjĪªª²iœj) : 1993-09-8674 02:29

Hey it's me, Lucas Gansito

684 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8674 09:36

>>682
If the plot of Pretty Face is anything to go by, >>681 will just get twin-zoned.

685 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8674 12:23

>>684 Didn't the characters then come to realise that twin-zone is the win-zone?

686 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8674 14:07

>>685 maybe by timeout, because the way it ended the guy is clearly never gonna score.

687 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8674 17:31

Donald Trump smugly sipping a cup of covfefe.

688 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8674 19:32

>>678
That's per-sector. Information isn't gone, it's just moved into a pool of spare space (around 10% total capacity in size) when write errors start happening. SMART also warns you that you should be getting a new drive soon. It's not really a bandwagon as much as the current technology for storage with the same longevity as spinning rust.

Anyway, I like the ephemeral nature of impermanent data, as it is on the internet. (So does every Snapchat user.) It feels more "in the now" and personal, and gives you freedom to let fingers spew as mine are now. Most information ever created has been lost to time, and we're okay with that. Plus, nobody in a decade or two will have time to care about whatever trash people wrote on phpBB in 1998 or Kareha in 2017, because the same amount of data will have been produced in the previous year as all years prior.

Sage because I want to bump the cute girls thread instead

689 Name: (iœjĪªª²iœj) : 1993-09-8675 18:22

Boom Boom vs Bang Bang

690 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8675 18:48

back off kiddo, i'll shove my whole hand up your ass and squeeze your prostate like a stress ball

691 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8675 21:43

can't believe it

692 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8675 22:12

Shimakaze Crossdresser Torpedoed.

693 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8675 22:38

>>692
Frank Torpedoed???

694 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8676 22:46

Time to limit my orange colored food intake

695 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8677 01:37

Out of pure boredom I started browsing reddit the past month but MAN it sucks. I hate it so much. There's no good places left on the internet. (Except you DQN, never change)

696 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8677 02:47

>>692 I want to torpedo a Shimakaze crossdresser

(in the ass)

697 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8677 09:53

>>696
Repeatedly torpedo his stern until he spills his cargo.

698 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8677 13:11

>>695
Which subreddits are you browsing?

699 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8677 18:27

700 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8677 18:43

Watching a video where F. A. Hayek says: "... all we can do is by some sly roundabout way introduce something that they can't stop." but his quiet, accented enunciation and YouTube's automated captioning makes me hear it as "all we can do is play some Slayer because we need to do something sick and stop."

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