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 No.28091[レス]

Post here if you have to ask/talk about meta related topics. Current list of topics/announcements:

- The Kung Fu Nights streams will be held every Friday at 21UTC at the tearoom! This week's film: postponed for a while - >>40262

- And take it easy. That's important.

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To yell at contact me, send an email at 8mod@8chan.co. Or just post in this thread.

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 No.41780

>>41777

Sorry I was confused, it always was mysql. The alacritty demon is a cache thing that caches by file hash.




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 No.41794[レス]

>tfw no /jp/ friends

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 No.41813

>>41811

I'm just guessing, I have no idea how relationships work because I've never had friends. I would assume that being in contact with someone over a decade creates a bond or connection


 No.41814

>>41813

Not neccesarily.

I have friends which I've known IRL for 15 years and which I talk to almost daily and meet up every now and then. But theres some things that I'd rather tell /jp/ than them.In a way the internet knows more about me than them.


 No.41816

>>41806

lain sux


 No.41818

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>>41799

I'd become your friend, but I do not have an instagram account because I'm not a 15 year old normalfag. The only "social network" I have an account on is Tumblr, which I only use to post and save anime pictures. I've never used the chat feature, but if you follow me I guess we could talk through there.


 No.41820

>>41818

I was joking about instagram. I don't use it. Probably tox or something along those lines would be my preference.




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 No.28472[レス]

キタ―――(゚∀゚)―――!!

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 No.41807

>>41805

オ前モナー


 No.41808

>>41804

I agree about katakana. It really does look a lot cooler than hiragana. If I had a special technique, I'd want it to be written in katakana.


 No.41810

>>41808

That reminds me to something that happened a few years ago.

I was hanging out with co-workers after work, one of them was female and I really talked to her for the first time. I noticed a tatoo on her wrist which said "ありさ". I tilted my head, read it out loud and asked her "what's that supposed to mean?".

She then explained how thats her name, Arisa. I replied with "wouldn't you normally write a foreign name like yours in katakana?"

But she explained to me that she chose hiragana because it looks prettier (to which I agree). I told her "that makes a little bit of sense I guess" with a disappointed tone.

I was kind of upset about the fact that someone would do that.


 No.41815

I have such a large collection of dreams because I've been dreaming every single day. Many of them are interesting too. But typing them all down in the dream thread will be such a pain...


 No.41817

>>41782

English teacher like every other hopeless weeaboo

I don’t have delusions to get rich off of it

But I figure it’s better than staying in the american boonies my entire life




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 No.31335[レス]

Who's a dream otaku here?

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 No.41452

I was in the middle of fighting some kind of huge, real-life boss in a kind of urban environment, and I was going to prove to some invisible, immaterial friend that it CAN be beaten without cheesing it. I went into this chamber it can't fit into to do this whole mini platforming thing and trigger a scripted sword plunge, but then I noticed this fucking wall-mounted television and its terrible fullscreen scaling mode. I was a little hesitant about fiddling with this background prop while I was about to show off, but I had to do it.

So as I tried to navigate the options menus, I found that all of menus were split up between regions on a fantasy world map. I don't remember the names, but I think there was a forested city, a desert town, and some coastal ruins. The ruins were where you manage the active input, and even if I had time to go all the way through the menus, and a comprehensive enough state of mind for them all to actually correlate them to settings, I still wouldn't be able to figure out what they were all for.

I don't remember much else, but as you navigated between the different "regions", you'd get these ridiculous CG-animated cutscenes depicting a travel there. One that really annoyed me was like a 10-second video of some simulated waves going into the coastal ruins. In the end, I couldn't find a more sensible "center" scaling mode.

Just imagine the nightmare of an alternate history were "smart" TVs were around about a decade ago, and ricers rooting them just to implement this convuluted garbage. >>39670


 No.41603

I was in a little bakery, and I accidentally caved a friend's head in. I called for the ambulance, but a fire truck came instead.


 No.41604

Also, afterwards I grabbed one of the display items and ate it before asking the proce, as an age-old habit, before the frustrated old lady explained for the dozenth time that they're contributed by the other old ladies as a part of a contest, and that you're NOT meant to buy, let alone eat them.


 No.41605

Bitch, everything has a price! I'll graciously give you my hard-earned money in exchange for your delicious pastries, and you'll deny me? I think I might cave another head in.


 No.41812

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As part of a negation-based eugenics system (culling off the fat of humankind), my character, a scientist's JOKE recommendation was of going about this in a somewhat roundabout way, by using weather control to generate this constant heavy rain, which I guess either means guaranteed floods, or somehow another hazardous effect. Somehow, I just had this feeling that I shouldn't stand beneath it for too long, or I'd die. I was alerted of this event as I was going to work in some place related to weather, my profession I guess, and the fat man at the counter pointed at some flashing LED counter going upward. Once it reached a certain point, the rain suddenly started, and I immediately knew what was going on then. So did a lot of other people, apparently.

Later on, I had an altercation with a guy who was robbing an abandoned corner-market. It wasn't a conflict of interests or anything, I was just so offended by the fact that people would stoop these lows so immediately, when their lives weren't even in true danger yet. Pushed my cart into him, ran after him with a segment of a metal pipe-- I think I chased him away, at least.




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 No.38236[レス]

I envy you weebs. You still have comfy imageboard communities. The rest of us cant enjoy anything anymore after 2014.

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 No.41709

>>41700

It's not unfounded, but yes.


 No.41728

>>38303

/g/ is completely overrun by 12yo from plebbit, wccftech, you name it. Posts containing words in all caps, exclamation marks and ellipsis aren't even bait enymore, but made by legit retards.


 No.41790

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>>38303

>>41728

Feels like /g/ is nothing but /pol/tards who use iPhones and don't actually code and are only there to shit on Firefox, Stallman, you name it, for being "SJW commies". I'm not kidding when I say they've shilled Chrome several times just because "Mozilla is SJW" (and admittedly Firefox does have its fair share of issues but from a security point of view).

I've only visited it a few times this past year, when something notable happens (like Terry's death or Linus retiring). It was fucking terrible each time. They praise Terry for saying nigger xD instead of all the amazing stuff he's done on his own.


 No.41791

>>41790

Well the only reason Terry was popular was because of all the crazy shit he's done in the past, his code was impressive but barely had anything to do with his meme status. It's unfortunate but what can you do.


 No.41795

>>41790

/tech/ users are very intelligent




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 No.39670[レス]

I think, that in all technological aspects, the 200th decade improved greatly (at least aesthetically) upon the last. Essentially, it was to the 90s as Windows XP was to Windows 98. I really like that Japan, being so behind the times, isolated on their little island continues to use many of those technologies. It's like a miniature alternate history world, or divergent technological evolution. I have a vague feeling that my love for very slightly old technology and Japan has been warping my view though, since that naturally means I consume Japanese media from that era, and end up in this echo chamber of things like CLAMP works, Chobits alone going over and beyond satisfying my computer fetish.

Putting that aside, please discuss very "2000"s things here. I'll start with DVD players, and especially the introduction of shitty practices like "Mandated Viewing" previews dedicated to advertisements and "Thank you so much for purchasing this disc!" portions that really make you wish that you stole it instead. As for GOOD things, there's the bonus features and craptastic DVD games that often get thrown in kids' movies. I think something like bonus features still get put in anime BDs, but I'm only a fledgling buyfag, so I can't really tell.

Sorry if this post's kind of incoherent, I actually stopped for a few hours mid writing.

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 No.41263

>>41261

Just a subculture aroundthe kinds of things I mentioned in the OP. Somehow, most of them hate anything Japanese.


 No.41473

>>41135

>Up until 2008 I was hoping Western countries would develop a somewhat mainstream culture of anonymous online discussion like Japan had.

I had held that hope up until mid to lateish 2007.

But well, by that time myspace type things were already crazy popular. And the rise of both fagbook and the iPhone (Computers for the rest of us! Integration is revolutionary!) seemed to add to that beyond belief.

Through that, the value of posted content fell wayside to the value of posters themselves, for whatever reason.

A sad time and sad outcome for sure.

But yeah, I do love the longstanding monolithic software platform that x86 and Windows have built up. Even if they're both giant clusterfucks with excessively complex functionality and APIs respectively, carrying a ton of legacy support. They're amazing for amassing such a large library of software.

But I'm really not sure how much they can squeeze out of it.

ARM is a lot more efficient for electricity cost and heat production. Though not nearly as powerful.

It's just that without the massive library of software from x86's absurd legacy, it can't really take hold of the "power for power's sake" market and make strides there. Though an x86→ARM compatibility layer could help that, and Microsoft is working on such a thing with Windows 10.

I have hopes, of some sort, for the future there. Moreso than mobileshit is providing.


 No.41606

Firestarter's found a new surge of popularity. I'll be interested in seeing the community grow.


 No.41788

>>41606

What firestarter?


 No.41789

>>41788

https://firestarter.life/

Again, not very /jp/-friendly.




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 No.41785[レス]

When will she appear in a game?

My hypothesis is ... never, because she's a good youkai.

Tokiko was the victim. Reimu was the aggressor.

Violence against Tokiko was instigated by bigoted anti-youkai sentiment.

 No.41787

Whats wrong, got tired of shitting up 4/jp/?

Or did it get too bad even for you?


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 No.41719[レス]

/jp/ is such a beautiful board. what a lovely community of anons. you're all so thoughtful and goodwilled. it almost surpasses /kind/. so i love you, /jp/, and i will stay with you forever in autism.

Praise be to imperial love and peace, blessed land of the Rising Sun, and the autists who dawdle on anime; you are my only friends.

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 No.41764

>>41763

Okay, my bad.


 No.41783

What a surprise, someone who promised to stay with us forever already abandoned us.

I'm starting to think that the entire concept of /kind/ is based on selfishness and sweet lies


 No.41784

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Thanks anon, you're kind.


 No.41786

>>41783

Kindness is simply the act of aggressively pushing what one believes to be positive behavior onto another.

Sometimes in an attempt to do unto others as they'd like done do themselves.

Sometimes just to feel better about themselves personally. Or to bait out positive emotion from others for better social standing.

Sometimes, as sadists, to make the blow harder when they either turn ugly or leave.

None of those motives bother me at all though. Such manipulation is par for the course of dealing with other living beings.

Rather, the aggression is the most annoying. But more relevantly, the kindness itself is ugly.

Informality is something I like. Forgo formal speech, never thank me, take my work for granted, treat me as a peer at best, call me names and mock me, pick apart all my arguments as though they have no worth to begin with, ALL of that shit is absolutely fine.

Hell, PLEASE do them. They're comforting, natural, and understandable actions.

But don't be kind to me. I don't want or need it. It does not benefit me in any way.

That's probably from some disorder or fuckup during childhood. But I don't really care the cause.

>>41784

Now that's some nostalgic shit.


 No.41792

/kind/ is full of discordfags




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 No.36764[レス]

jp turns 10 years old in a few months. it's hard to believe so much time has passed.

do you regret spending years of your life on it?

did you have fun?

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 No.37817

>>37705

Not really, meta discussion on 4/jp/ is tends to be ignored by hotpockets anyways.


 No.37849

>>37817

That's not the point.

No one cares about their opinion.

They don't care about /jp/.

However, if my anger could reach some poor innocent anon who wants to escape that hellhole would it be worth it then?


 No.41699

>>36929

>>36770

Really, really good posts. Or maybe I'm only agreeing because I too moved on. I don't know.


 No.41705

>>41699

Im not sure whether I have or not but I agree.

Though the second half of their first post(second linked) is foolish.


 No.41766

>>36929

I honestly feel like that cargocultist from time to time.

My first interaction with /jp/, or 4ch for that matter, was around the latter half of 2012 due to my interest in anime and Japanese subculture as a whole. I kept the rule of "lurk before you post" to heart as my motto and just spent my days reading posts of others, bookmarking things I saw that interested me, such as shows, games and visual novels I hadn't heard of before and kept on going. Where most people were in their 20s and over, I was a brat finishing middle school just having his eyes sparkle over something others did instead of trying to do something similar for myself.

While everyone moved on, either to spin-off boards or entirely, I continued on with nothing but a slight sense that something doesn't feel the same. What made it worse was that I never dedicated myself to 'catching up' to what I considered my goal and group of people I adored. I simply switched between sparkling my eyes at people that were what I considered as 'far beyond me' due to that age gap that I could never catch up to and having fun with teenagers close to my age.

After I noticed that nothing seemed right anymore a few years later and the space I adored was no longer there, only then did I start searching for where those people went, while picking faults at both the differences in the places I found and at myself.Afterwards I instead distanced myself entirely and just collected otokei doujin music from kuukunen and all that while occasionally buying imports of favorite albums, studied for university, played video games to fill some free time and continued to talk with those similarly aged friends I've known since back then.

All in all, even if I had a time machine, I would not decide to go back to those days to 'redo' anything. Even if that mental wall was something I forced upon myself and all I required at that time was a bit of courage, even if that half-assed effort to infodump myself could be done properly to feel like I'm in the same standing. Through those wrong or right actions, I met a very small handful of friends I treasure beyond everything else and even a friend that's identical to me from likes,dislikes and habits to phobias and metabolism. 投稿が長すぎます。こちら をクリックすると全文を表示します。




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 No.36041[レス]

someone forgot to pay the bill

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 No.41681

>>41632

Are you in danger of starvation?


 No.41716

>>41681

no i still have ure mums pucci to eat LMOA


 No.41755

should i masturbate before my gf comes over and then be unable to finish during sex because I take forever after a nut to recharge?

should i blame it on the weed again?


 No.41759

>>41755

Make her masturbate for you


 No.41761

>>41755

Now I only really know about sexual things from my eromanga, but isn't greater "durability" meant to be a GOOD thing for the female party? Is she actually trying to get pregnant, or something?




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 No.41265[レス]

FLOSSIN

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 No.41545

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Hitler did nothing wrong.


 No.41553

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just letting you guys know that 4chan has created another epic wojak - the NPC


 No.41556

>>41553

the NPC meme is like 2 years stale, it seems like they actually stole it from reddit


 No.41560

>>41553

Another way for them to feel superior to others while having a sorry ass life over irrelevant shit like video game taste.


 No.41698

>>41553

Like solipsism but more pathetic.




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 No.41656[レス]

it is gikopoi sunday my dudes, install flash and get on !

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 No.41678

> install flash

Yikes!!


 No.41683

>>41678

You're on a board like this, and you're telling me you don't already have Flash? How on earth do you watch old IOSYS films?


 No.41692

>>41656

>fortnite


 No.41696

How come the website still exists?




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 No.41694[レス]

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 No.41695

This is epic.


 No.41819

do 4/jp/ even do a sion girl of the year anymore




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 No.39737[レス]

Y mágicamente un post en español aparece.

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 No.41712

>>41697

It's been up long enough, it's time to clean house. Navigating the front page is annoying with it here.


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 No.41715

>>41714

That should about do it.


 No.41717

This thread already got assfucked by Yajuu. Don't worry about it now.




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 No.29595[レス]

^Д^) Lets try magick, folks?

Here are the essentials! Forgive me if I have doubleposted.

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 No.41676

>>41673

That part came pretty surprising too bad the rest of the show was shit.


 No.41677

>>41676

I'll take your word for it, reading the plot on wikipedia really does make it seem boring. If all of it would be like this scene, where dumb chuunis fail at human interactions and get punished for it, then I'd totally watch it.


 No.41679

>>41677

It was watchable I guess, but no this was the only scene like this.


 No.41680

>>41673

I remember when this was a meme.


 No.41768

Today I closed my eyes while having a few moments of peace at a very crowded and loud place. And as I was trying to meditate I felt like I was able to feel a black bar which was part of the darkness between my eyes. To even say that it was a bar would be too much, it was more like the shade of a horizontal bar. However I was able to clearly feel it, and could move it into a vertikal position at will. In horizontal position it felt like it was forming a horizon just between my eyes and my mouth which stretched away to both sides. When I moved it into vertikal position it felt like something in my forehead moved, even though it wasn't physically moving. In vertikal position it aligned with my nosebone.

On top of that I was feeling like I had realized void, having these lines and moving them back and forth made me think about infinity and lines stretching into every direction, until they had formed a perfect sphere around something which started out as a cross. All my emotional troubles became meaningless and I was starting to appreciate the infinite possibilities of the void and my own mind.

Eventually reality caught back up with me and I had to keep going, but I wanted to further inspect this feeling at home. But when I finally arrived home I was unable to recreate it, I could merely imagine them which didn't feel the same way. This is pretty frustrating. I felt like I made a small breakthrough, but I guess all I did was make myself high for a bit.




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