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34491 No. 34491 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
I'm out of the loop and I wanted to talk about this for a while. What's this "alt-chan alliance" thing and why is it bad?
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>> No. 34496 [Edit]
>>34494
Is this something like Freenet, where you're hosting other people's (potentially illegal) shit?
>> No. 34498 [Edit]
>>34496
No, this is all on the public internet and there isn't anything illegal; it's just a bunch of imageboards all linking to each other.
>> No. 35296 [Edit]
>>34491
Just a group of small (dead) imageboards who conspired to take down the remnants of 8chan and scoop up their users. It was an incredibly retarded plan that never would have worked and their plot was eventually exposed by the owner of Julay.world.
>> No. 35311 [Edit]
>>34491
It was a thing centered around spacechan, getting jealous or scared or otherwise touchy about 420chan having the second highest popularity after 4skin. And so, seeing how 420 had quite a noticeable commited contingent of communists on its /pol/ (when it was there) or elsewhere, they wanted to have a distinct rival to all that.

So, spacechan did manage to actually muster a higher traffic /b/ than 420, naturally together with not having many other boards, in contrast to 420 where the users simply constantly ignored those boards and just posted on /high/ with grumbles that the other boards are to slow and shouldn't exist on "a board with only 50 users". But spacechan went to shit though, apparently due to one or two cohorts of "anallockman" flooding endless tranny pics, or some stuff very close, shortly after 420chan had axed its porn boards.

Oh yeah, 420 is of course is where the original transsexuality chan board, very ironically labelled /cd/, arose, until it tanked basically right upon the introduction of /lgbt/, which itself had some horrendously dramawhoring headcases, such as "Kayla".

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29114 No. 29114 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Gimme what you got.
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>> No. 29461 [Edit]
Why is Mexico's Olympic team so lacking?

Because everyone that can run, jump, or swim is already across the border
>> No. 35174 [Edit]
What’s the difference between a police officer and a bullet?

When a bullet kills someone else, you know it’s been fired
>> No. 35225 [Edit]
How do you get a nun pregnant?
Have an altar-boy fart in her cunt.
>> No. 35226 [Edit]
What do you call a black brain surgeon?
Nigger.

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35087 No. 35087 Locked hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
How come there aren't any imageboards dedicated to American cartoons?
Not niche or obscure enough? Are American cartoons too popular with "the normies" to be enjoyable?
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>> No. 35156 [Edit]
>>35155
>presumption that western animation is all crap
Did I say that? Winsor Mccay made nice stuff.
>the lone example of 4skin
There's also 8chan. And the second half of this thread. This website already has a purpose. "Doubting" why something not part of that purpose isn't more popular on imageboards here instead of a place where people care about that thing is suspicious. Your mannerisms are also suspicious. So why do you care?
>> No. 35158 [Edit]
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35158
>>35149
If you don't want to hear about Jews, why do you post in a thread that is specifically about cartoons created by them? Virtually all American cartoons are produced by Jews, including the racist anti-Japanese war propaganda flick in the OP pic, see picrelated.
You probably never complained that one shouldn't discuss how Japanese cultural attitudes influence the content of anime, so why do you care so much when that same type of discussion is applied to Jews and the cartoons they produce? What makes Jews so special to you? Are you like >>35136 and hold some weird religious belief that a cartoon creator's background magically stops influencing his work when he is identified as a Jew?

>>35153
>I'm just incredibly paranoid of all arguments which seem to lead towards presenting a "Western entertainment is political/Japanese entertainment is not political" dichotomy
>it often feels to me that the reason for criticizing a specific execution is fueled by the specific content/ideals presented.
Not sure if you were referring to me specifically, but as I openly said in >>35135 it's not so much that anime doesn't contain any political messaging at all, it's just that when it's there, it's usually non-Jewish in nature and doesn't bother me as much. BlazBlue for example made some thinly veiled references to the alleged human experimentation programs of Unit 731 and contrasted it with the nuclear destruction of Nagasaki and Hiroshima. I notice this stuff just as much as I notice political messaging in Jewish media, but it doesn't bother me much because it's not an attack on me.
A more overt and specifically Jewish exa
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>> No. 35159 [Edit]
>>35135
Lengthy political discussion aside, there's something gross about the style in jewish material that has disgusted me since before I even knew jews were a thing
>> No. 35160 [Edit]
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35160
Political discussion belongs to /tat/ and this thread probably is a bait anyways, so I'm locking it.

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34328 No. 34328 Locked hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
ITT: experts offer timely advice on how to enjoy being trapped in your own home
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>> No. 35044 [Edit]
Assuming it's just two people posting, you're both incredibly immature.
>> No. 35046 [Edit]
>>35044
This.
>> No. 35048 [Edit]
>>35044
>>35046

At least i have a point the other anon doesn't he is just being a stupid edgelord.
>> No. 35049 [Edit]
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35049
That's enough.

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29425 No. 29425 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Have you ever had this happen to you?
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>> No. 34886 [Edit]
Bluetooth headphones, man.
>> No. 34980 [Edit]
Just getting up and walking away as if the corded device placed on your head isn't there? No.

>>34886
do you even amplify
>> No. 34984 [Edit]
No, I don't use headphones.
>> No. 34985 [Edit]
>>34984
Try it. Embrace reducing the world into an auralscape delimited by two drivers ramming sound into your skull.

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34633 No. 34633 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
I've been enjoying the Yokohama Shopping Tripness of the past month, but it seems like its all coming to an end unfortunately. Traffic has been picking up noticeably the past few days, the rats are starting up the ratraces again, they can't be calmly unessential and superfluous for too long, they're not mature or adult enough to be that honestly in touch with reality like those of us who can be happily unemployed for a lifetime without ever worrying about it.
When the NTs all decide to stay inside, watch movies and play video games for a month then the outside world becomes much more inviting for the rest of us, too bad it couldn't have lasted longer. Same could be said of Yokohama Shopping Trip, it should've lasted longer too.
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>> No. 34732 [Edit]
>>34647
Normalfags can only attain a sense of self worth when they are fulfilling their instinct to be slaves, and they get mad when they come across anyone who points out that this lifestyle is actually retarded. This attitude will end up destroying them in the end, they are their own worst enemies.
>> No. 34734 [Edit]
>>34732
Sometimes I feel like I must have brain damage or come from another planet because concepts like "self-worth" seem quite alien to me. Why to need some menial work to feel well? This need for constant tension, struggle, conflict.
I guess I can understand it from an species point of view, the individuals that crave for that are the ones that have more odds to survive. But from the individual point of view, it's fucked up.
>> No. 34735 [Edit]
>>34732
>>34734
You're both forgetting the role reproductive instincts play in this.
>> No. 34747 [Edit]
>>34735
I dislike the idea that we are all slaves to our instincts. Humanity has proven that we can rise above our primitive impulses, we are superior to animals. Anyone who says that we are constrained by our instincts seems to me to be too lazy to actually attempt to surpass them.

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34725 No. 34725 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
I like to get creative with language, but what I don't get is when people complain that what I wrote was incomprehensible. Worse is when they point out some of the simplest parts as especially difficult or nonsensical. For example, I like to think of words not as atoms, but as compositions of roots, affixes, vel cetera---one person, without even trying to look at the obvious root and suffixes complained that that wasn't a word. The point isn't that some people are stupid or lazy, the point is: why are they being so loud about their stupidity or laziness?
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>> No. 34727 [Edit]
Provide a sample. Ye shall be judged.
>> No. 34728 [Edit]
>>34727
I moan for my bighorn bison and lick their scrawny bone. No, sweety, you do NOT get to lick their feet.
>> No. 34730 [Edit]
Depends on the context you're using it. If this is some creative writing competition, go all out. Otherwise in a forum with casual-formal dialogue, throwing in vel/aut cetera – which though technically correct is rather obscure at this point ("etc" would work fine and has mostly superseded its stricter original meaning to instead signify any sequence that may be inferred) – feels rather odd.
>> No. 34829 [Edit]
At my initial it, only odd as knowns' strange spelling.
Most understand ``et ..'' Therewith suffice dictionary lookup; cybrally ascure.

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32584 No. 32584 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
What do you think about live action adaptations? I'm not talking about about the American ones. We all know they're shit and why they're shit. I mean the ones made in Japan. Who are they made for? What's the market? Does anybody actually like them? Does taking a niche product and making it live action somehow make it more accessible? What do fans of the original think of them? From what i've seen, they take the source material, and make a generic, butchered, soulless version with plenty of "creative liberties". Going further than that, the little regular Japanese television i've seen looks like some of the most innane, dumb shit ever produced. It's bad in a different way from American tv, but it's still horrible.
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>> No. 32739 [Edit]
>>32735
Sure. Barely counts as live action though.
>> No. 32741 [Edit]
>>32587
>>32590
Not sure if it counts as a talk show, but Tantei Knight Scoop usually has interesting stories
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THOKhqQ5VQw
>> No. 34717 [Edit]
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34717
Sony is making a live-action, Hollywood adaptation of OPM. I can't, I don't, I wont, please let it be cancelled.
https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/one-punch-man-movie-works-at-sony-1291136
>> No. 34718 [Edit]
>>34717
I think a -lot- of movies are gonna be canceled soon. Hollywood ain't gonna be making shit for a while.

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34573 No. 34573 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Does anybody else like finding mentally ill people online? By mentally ill I mean the type with delusions, a loose grasp on reality and other mental deficiencies. Their barely coherent ramblings and bizarre lifestyles are one of the most interesting things online. It's so different from the samey stuff everywhere else and every single one is unique and memorable. Is there any way of finding them reliably? Like a similar pattern of behavior?
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>> No. 34636 [Edit]
yes, i find it a needed break from the usual soul-sucking normality of standard-internet, let alone real life.
>> No. 34693 [Edit]
>>34606
That example blogspot you just found (http://onigee.blogspot.com/2006/07/419ers.html) appears to be a Nigerian speaking pidgin english, not a mentally ill person.
>> No. 34702 [Edit]
>>34693
>pidgin
This is absolutely unreadable for a non-african. Is it made this way to make it easier for sub-saharians to speak? I see no reason for someone with asian or even european heritage to find this more easier the normal english language.
>> No. 34704 [Edit]
>>34702
An asian person with equally broken english might. Learning broken, simplified english is easier than learning it proper, so anybody with limited understanding of english might get it.

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33363 No. 33363 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Other than the folder dedicated to your waifu, what folder has the most pictures on your computer?
Mine is my Kemono Friends folder with 2,323 pictures.
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>> No. 34199 [Edit]
>>34190
I just maintain folders categorized by anime -> character. Then file names are just various tags separated by underscores. This works well since I can then use standard unix utils to find the image I'm looking for, since I usually at least remember what character or tag I assigned. Crucially it preserves access to the structure from other file browsers, so I can still easily choose one to attach in an imageboard.
>> No. 34203 [Edit]
>>34189
My images folder is absolute chaos, I'll get to organizing it more someday but I still need to finish fixing up the music folder which is almost finished. The reason mine is, is because I save so much there for so many reasons and my short term memory is about as useful as a goldfish.
>> No. 34315 [Edit]
Touhou, 20.000, handpicked.
>> No. 34615 [Edit]
>>34190
How?

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33625 No. 33625 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit] [Last 50 posts]
From games, comics, and cartoons, since the late 90s, westerns from America to Europe(especially France for some reason) have attempted to create "anime-like" media. You remember some of these: rwby, totally spies, avatar, teen titans, code lyoko, to name a few. Most of these are made to capitalize on a dying trend, but that's besides the point. These try to copy something more than the artstyle(which is usually a failure). There's some kind of character to otaku media that they're trying to replicate.

Aside from anime largly representing adult-oreiented animation that isn't primarily comedic, there's something else to it, some dynamic. Most people write these "knockoffs" off as shit and that's it, but I want to know, if I were to try to make something with that unique "spirit" to it, wouldn't it just come out the same? Could a westerner capture whatever that thing is so it feels the same?

There's a couple western porn artists which do a really good job, but that's as close as I can think of
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34479
>>34477
Hm maybe that's why catgirls work so well
>> No. 34480 [Edit]
>>34477
Anime as a whole probably wasn't directly inspired by cats, but there's a lot of characters I've seen that I tend to think act like cats or look like cats.
Maybe that's just because I have too many cats.
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34484
"NECO DROP"
Capcom's new cat based puzzle game lets you unlock cat versions of your favorite Street Fighter characters
https://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/necodrop
>> No. 34524 [Edit]
>>33637
That last part about including something because one happens to like it looks more like a feature common to lots of different kinds of literatures to me; as opposed to anime in particular, that is. Be that as it may, it certainly is one of fiction's major allures.

>>33625
Maybe the uniqueness of Japanese anime / culture is just a myth after all; one that large parts of the world have been, not even consciously, fostering for centuries. Of course there must be an air of elusive exceptionality blowing into the face of someone considering Anime in such an environment. The reason, however, is not some innate property of Anime, but as I mentioned before, the great effort that has been undertaken to write the elusive qualities of Japaneseness into Japan.

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