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#139 - ***** were definitely given. Even during Jessi Sl…  [+] (1 new reply) 5 hours ago on Is it for everyone or no one 0
#140 - comradewinter (5 hours ago) [-]
Jesus Christ, you're not even responding to my arguments, just derailing them into whatever you want them to be.
#70 - Just because the text doesn't match the picture doesn't mean h… 6 hours ago on man has a point 0
#69 - This wasn't from his "Of course, but Maybe" skit tho…  [+] (1 new reply) 6 hours ago on man has a point +1
User avatar #71 - ZenMacros (5 hours ago) [-]
That's also wrong, though. He was talking about murder being legal, and then the idea of horrible thoughts led to the "of course, but maybe" bit.

And if he didn't say it like how it is in the OP, then obviously it wasn't part of the "of course, but maybe" bit. But if it's not part of that bit, why is it in that format instead of the original way he said it?

This is just a case of someone using the "of course, but maybe" bit as a way to share their unpopular opinion in an alternative fashion (ie, not using the puffin or the bear). He never said this. And if he did say this, I'd like you to show me a video of him saying it.
#136 - Jessi Slaughter is the bane of 4Chan's existence. That WHO…  [+] (3 new replies) 6 hours ago on Is it for everyone or no one 0
#138 - comradewinter (5 hours ago) [-]
Jared Milton was after Jessi Slaughter, and so was Sarkesian. No fucks given there. And those are just the names I can mention on top of my head. The whole persecution thing started simultaneously as Gamergate, and that's no coincidence.

Also, stated in the rules:

You will not post any of the following outside of /b/: Trolls, flames, racism, off-topic replies, uncalled for catchphrases, macro image replies, indecipherable text (example: "lol u tk him 2da bar|?"), anthropomorphic ("furry") or grotesque ("guro") images, post number GETs ("dubs"), or loli/shota pornography.

Shitposting doesn't apply to /b/, hence the discussions regarding Gamergate are not breaking the rules unless it's a call to raid. And there have been very few of those in total.
User avatar #139 - grrphc (5 hours ago) [-]
Fucks were definitely given. Even during Jessi Slaughter.
It was still against the rules, they were still being deleted.
The only reason that this is a bigger deal than it was is because 4Chan is much more infamous now and Gamergate has far outgrown it, so any news is at least nationwide news.
Shitposting doesn't apply to /b/, but the rules still do. "Calls to Raid" has been the rule all the mods have been spouting because any interaction that starts dealing with the outside world instead of just online counts, and that's what every thread always lead to.
#140 - comradewinter (5 hours ago) [-]
Jesus Christ, you're not even responding to my arguments, just derailing them into whatever you want them to be.
#132 - Because it's against the rules now, plain and simple. If y…  [+] (5 new replies) 6 hours ago on Is it for everyone or no one 0
#134 - comradewinter (6 hours ago) [-]
Again, the rules have rarely been enforced. Jared Milton, Jessi Slaughter, and even Anita Sarkesian have previously been targeted for weeks without anyone lifting their finger. Those rules were more symbolic than an actual guideline.

That being said, closing threads calling to raids would be justified. Issue is, everything Gamergate is silenced. Everything. Anything from posting pictures of Zoe Quinn with profiled members of video gaming journalism industry to asking what Gamergate is all about. In worst of cases, I was in a thread on /b/ recently about favorite pornstars. Following took place:

Anon1: Sasha Grey is so damn cute I'd drag my balls across 10 feet of broken glass just to hug her

Anon2: You know she's fucked like half the industry?

Anon1: Didn't stop 5 guys with Zoe Quinn.

All in all there's nothing wrong with this. Talking shit about people has been a long-time 4chan tradition. Was the comment deleted? No. The whole thread was. After a few 'top kek' replies to the comment it was all dead. Nobody called for a raid, it was just plain shittalk. And the mods sunk the ship to kill the captain.
User avatar #136 - grrphc (6 hours ago) [-]
Jessi Slaughter is the bane of 4Chan's existence.
That WHOLE era is what made Moot tighten down on the rules so hard.
You bringing up shit post-new rule is irrelevant. Talking about it isn't allowed anymore because they couldn't handle it. The end.
#138 - comradewinter (5 hours ago) [-]
Jared Milton was after Jessi Slaughter, and so was Sarkesian. No fucks given there. And those are just the names I can mention on top of my head. The whole persecution thing started simultaneously as Gamergate, and that's no coincidence.

Also, stated in the rules:

You will not post any of the following outside of /b/: Trolls, flames, racism, off-topic replies, uncalled for catchphrases, macro image replies, indecipherable text (example: "lol u tk him 2da bar|?"), anthropomorphic ("furry") or grotesque ("guro") images, post number GETs ("dubs"), or loli/shota pornography.

Shitposting doesn't apply to /b/, hence the discussions regarding Gamergate are not breaking the rules unless it's a call to raid. And there have been very few of those in total.
User avatar #139 - grrphc (5 hours ago) [-]
Fucks were definitely given. Even during Jessi Slaughter.
It was still against the rules, they were still being deleted.
The only reason that this is a bigger deal than it was is because 4Chan is much more infamous now and Gamergate has far outgrown it, so any news is at least nationwide news.
Shitposting doesn't apply to /b/, but the rules still do. "Calls to Raid" has been the rule all the mods have been spouting because any interaction that starts dealing with the outside world instead of just online counts, and that's what every thread always lead to.
#140 - comradewinter (5 hours ago) [-]
Jesus Christ, you're not even responding to my arguments, just derailing them into whatever you want them to be.
#128 - Of course it is, because 4Chan has rules. They wouldn't ha…  [+] (7 new replies) 6 hours ago on Is it for everyone or no one 0
#130 - comradewinter (6 hours ago) [-]
And Jared Milton was any different? Of course they have rules, they were just rarely enforced. As for Gamergate discussions, I've been in numerous threads where the discussion has been civil, with evidence and arguments as to why the whole segment of video game journalism was corrupt, yet they were closed within very short time spans. No calls to raid, no personal information, no nothing. And even if you look through 4chan today and look for Gamergate threads, there are virtually none. 4chan is fully capable of being civil when they have to, but now their opportunity is squandered by endless censoring of the topic.
User avatar #132 - grrphc (6 hours ago) [-]
Because it's against the rules now, plain and simple.
If you tell a child "You can play in the park, but don't go on the slide" and he keeps getting on the fucking slide every time you take him, you don't trust him to do the same, you take away the park as a whole.
They aren't fully capable of shit because they have no self-control and now they're acting like tempered children because they're getting their actions' reaction.
#134 - comradewinter (6 hours ago) [-]
Again, the rules have rarely been enforced. Jared Milton, Jessi Slaughter, and even Anita Sarkesian have previously been targeted for weeks without anyone lifting their finger. Those rules were more symbolic than an actual guideline.

That being said, closing threads calling to raids would be justified. Issue is, everything Gamergate is silenced. Everything. Anything from posting pictures of Zoe Quinn with profiled members of video gaming journalism industry to asking what Gamergate is all about. In worst of cases, I was in a thread on /b/ recently about favorite pornstars. Following took place:

Anon1: Sasha Grey is so damn cute I'd drag my balls across 10 feet of broken glass just to hug her

Anon2: You know she's fucked like half the industry?

Anon1: Didn't stop 5 guys with Zoe Quinn.

All in all there's nothing wrong with this. Talking shit about people has been a long-time 4chan tradition. Was the comment deleted? No. The whole thread was. After a few 'top kek' replies to the comment it was all dead. Nobody called for a raid, it was just plain shittalk. And the mods sunk the ship to kill the captain.
User avatar #136 - grrphc (6 hours ago) [-]
Jessi Slaughter is the bane of 4Chan's existence.
That WHOLE era is what made Moot tighten down on the rules so hard.
You bringing up shit post-new rule is irrelevant. Talking about it isn't allowed anymore because they couldn't handle it. The end.
#138 - comradewinter (5 hours ago) [-]
Jared Milton was after Jessi Slaughter, and so was Sarkesian. No fucks given there. And those are just the names I can mention on top of my head. The whole persecution thing started simultaneously as Gamergate, and that's no coincidence.

Also, stated in the rules:

You will not post any of the following outside of /b/: Trolls, flames, racism, off-topic replies, uncalled for catchphrases, macro image replies, indecipherable text (example: "lol u tk him 2da bar|?"), anthropomorphic ("furry") or grotesque ("guro") images, post number GETs ("dubs"), or loli/shota pornography.

Shitposting doesn't apply to /b/, hence the discussions regarding Gamergate are not breaking the rules unless it's a call to raid. And there have been very few of those in total.
User avatar #139 - grrphc (5 hours ago) [-]
Fucks were definitely given. Even during Jessi Slaughter.
It was still against the rules, they were still being deleted.
The only reason that this is a bigger deal than it was is because 4Chan is much more infamous now and Gamergate has far outgrown it, so any news is at least nationwide news.
Shitposting doesn't apply to /b/, but the rules still do. "Calls to Raid" has been the rule all the mods have been spouting because any interaction that starts dealing with the outside world instead of just online counts, and that's what every thread always lead to.
#140 - comradewinter (5 hours ago) [-]
Jesus Christ, you're not even responding to my arguments, just derailing them into whatever you want them to be.
#57 - That is a completely different stand up video, dude. But I kno…  [+] (4 new replies) 6 hours ago on man has a point 0
User avatar #64 - ZenMacros (6 hours ago) [-]
The bit in the OP is not from "Hilarious." If it were, the pics would have a red curtain backdrop. But they're from "Oh My God" because they have the dark lighting, just like in that special. Besides, he only does the "of course, but maybe" bit in "Oh My God," and those three topics I mentioned were the only ones he did in it.
User avatar #70 - grrphc (6 hours ago) [-]
Just because the text doesn't match the picture doesn't mean he didn't say this.
User avatar #69 - grrphc (6 hours ago) [-]
This wasn't from his "Of course, but Maybe" skit though.
He was just talking about illegal immigration and then it lead to this
User avatar #71 - ZenMacros (5 hours ago) [-]
That's also wrong, though. He was talking about murder being legal, and then the idea of horrible thoughts led to the "of course, but maybe" bit.

And if he didn't say it like how it is in the OP, then obviously it wasn't part of the "of course, but maybe" bit. But if it's not part of that bit, why is it in that format instead of the original way he said it?

This is just a case of someone using the "of course, but maybe" bit as a way to share their unpopular opinion in an alternative fashion (ie, not using the puffin or the bear). He never said this. And if he did say this, I'd like you to show me a video of him saying it.
#122 - People who have been usually don't feel the need to say so. …  [+] (10 new replies) 6 hours ago on Is it for everyone or no one 0
#125 - comradewinter (6 hours ago) [-]
Case in point: Gamergate. 4chan would usually throw themselves at the discussion, but any attempt to mention it has been silenced. Anything of the same magnitude has never been suppressed in the past.
#123 - comradewinter (6 hours ago) [-]
Except it's not. Threads on 4chan regarding the censoring are being censored. Which is what gave way for 8chan's increase in traffic. Most threads remain untouched, but the fact that any involvement in raids and otherwise bullshitspreading are being severily repressed makes the forum lose its identity.
User avatar #128 - grrphc (6 hours ago) [-]
Of course it is, because 4Chan has rules.
They wouldn't have gotten censored if they actually talked about the problems instead of turning it into one big circlejerk of
>DDOS HER!
>ORDER PIZZAS TO HER HOUSE
>FIND HER ADDRESS AND LETS KICK HER ASS
Every. Fucking. Time.
And even after that Moot told them full and well where they could actually discuss the issues at hand, but again, this all wraps around to you just parroting what you hear on other websites as if they're facts.
#130 - comradewinter (6 hours ago) [-]
And Jared Milton was any different? Of course they have rules, they were just rarely enforced. As for Gamergate discussions, I've been in numerous threads where the discussion has been civil, with evidence and arguments as to why the whole segment of video game journalism was corrupt, yet they were closed within very short time spans. No calls to raid, no personal information, no nothing. And even if you look through 4chan today and look for Gamergate threads, there are virtually none. 4chan is fully capable of being civil when they have to, but now their opportunity is squandered by endless censoring of the topic.
User avatar #132 - grrphc (6 hours ago) [-]
Because it's against the rules now, plain and simple.
If you tell a child "You can play in the park, but don't go on the slide" and he keeps getting on the fucking slide every time you take him, you don't trust him to do the same, you take away the park as a whole.
They aren't fully capable of shit because they have no self-control and now they're acting like tempered children because they're getting their actions' reaction.
#134 - comradewinter (6 hours ago) [-]
Again, the rules have rarely been enforced. Jared Milton, Jessi Slaughter, and even Anita Sarkesian have previously been targeted for weeks without anyone lifting their finger. Those rules were more symbolic than an actual guideline.

That being said, closing threads calling to raids would be justified. Issue is, everything Gamergate is silenced. Everything. Anything from posting pictures of Zoe Quinn with profiled members of video gaming journalism industry to asking what Gamergate is all about. In worst of cases, I was in a thread on /b/ recently about favorite pornstars. Following took place:

Anon1: Sasha Grey is so damn cute I'd drag my balls across 10 feet of broken glass just to hug her

Anon2: You know she's fucked like half the industry?

Anon1: Didn't stop 5 guys with Zoe Quinn.

All in all there's nothing wrong with this. Talking shit about people has been a long-time 4chan tradition. Was the comment deleted? No. The whole thread was. After a few 'top kek' replies to the comment it was all dead. Nobody called for a raid, it was just plain shittalk. And the mods sunk the ship to kill the captain.
User avatar #136 - grrphc (6 hours ago) [-]
Jessi Slaughter is the bane of 4Chan's existence.
That WHOLE era is what made Moot tighten down on the rules so hard.
You bringing up shit post-new rule is irrelevant. Talking about it isn't allowed anymore because they couldn't handle it. The end.
#138 - comradewinter (5 hours ago) [-]
Jared Milton was after Jessi Slaughter, and so was Sarkesian. No fucks given there. And those are just the names I can mention on top of my head. The whole persecution thing started simultaneously as Gamergate, and that's no coincidence.

Also, stated in the rules:

You will not post any of the following outside of /b/: Trolls, flames, racism, off-topic replies, uncalled for catchphrases, macro image replies, indecipherable text (example: "lol u tk him 2da bar|?"), anthropomorphic ("furry") or grotesque ("guro") images, post number GETs ("dubs"), or loli/shota pornography.

Shitposting doesn't apply to /b/, hence the discussions regarding Gamergate are not breaking the rules unless it's a call to raid. And there have been very few of those in total.
User avatar #139 - grrphc (5 hours ago) [-]
Fucks were definitely given. Even during Jessi Slaughter.
It was still against the rules, they were still being deleted.
The only reason that this is a bigger deal than it was is because 4Chan is much more infamous now and Gamergate has far outgrown it, so any news is at least nationwide news.
Shitposting doesn't apply to /b/, but the rules still do. "Calls to Raid" has been the rule all the mods have been spouting because any interaction that starts dealing with the outside world instead of just online counts, and that's what every thread always lead to.
#140 - comradewinter (5 hours ago) [-]
Jesus Christ, you're not even responding to my arguments, just derailing them into whatever you want them to be.
#55 - No, that's what comedy is. Is he supposed to ******… 6 hours ago on man has a point 0
#53 - No, he's doing his job. Making a joke out of a common issue th… 6 hours ago on man has a point 0
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User avatar #7 - applecopy (08/20/2014) [-]
ello
User avatar #8 to #7 - grrphc (08/20/2014) [-]
..Hello.
User avatar #9 to #8 - applecopy (08/20/2014) [-]
sup?
User avatar #10 to #9 - grrphc (08/20/2014) [-]
Well, I um...
I'm..
Alright who are you..?
User avatar #11 to #10 - applecopy (08/20/2014) [-]
idk
and that's cool
User avatar #12 to #11 - buddhadom (08/29/2014) [-]
Good start now tell him he's pretty.
#1 - haunterbrony **User deleted account** (04/05/2013) [-]
I saw that.
User avatar #2 to #1 - grrphc (04/05/2013) [-]
I have NO clue what you're talking about.
#3 to #2 - haunterbrony **User deleted account** (04/05/2013) [-]
www.funnyjunk.com/text/4521853/A+Game+With+Absolute+Freedom/148#148

Summoned Adm!n for some reason.

Not that I really care, it's just late and I'm supposed to work, so... procrastinating.
User avatar #4 to #3 - grrphc (04/05/2013) [-]
I have no clue why this made me laugh, but the fact that you caught me is so funny.

I was trying to test out if the invisible character would make DJ 4DM1N's name appear normal, I was wrong.
#5 to #4 - haunterbrony **User deleted account** (04/05/2013) [-]
Glad to have made you laugh.   
   
Just use an exclamation mark when mentioning Adm!n, and it should be fine.
Glad to have made you laugh.

Just use an exclamation mark when mentioning Adm!n, and it should be fine.
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