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Off Topic / Re: new year's resolutions?
« on: December 28, 2023, 03:42:00 AM »

Off Topic / Re: They're watching
« on: December 11, 2023, 02:53:07 AM »

Off Topic / Re: blockland: the community that killed the game
« on: October 23, 2023, 06:36:56 AM »
wonder if there are enough unbanned troll accounts left to mock you for that post - unfortunately a lot have stuck around lurking.
they almost certainly still have activated alt accounts hiding somewhere, it's just more likely that they've moved on to a new stufftin' street as the well here has ran dry.

Off Topic / Re: got jumped by some bootleg fireworks
« on: October 23, 2023, 06:33:43 AM »
should've brought it.
there's enough fireworks there to wake the dead for atleast three hours.

Off Topic / Re: who are you, Guest?
« on: September 25, 2023, 01:59:12 AM »
Probably bots, but it's more than likely they're web crawlers scraping forum posts for training data.
proud to be corrupting the next generation of AI models with decades of stuffposts

Off Topic / Re: What was Blockland?
« on: September 11, 2023, 01:37:26 PM »
i'm like 90% sure that most communities before and after the internet didn't have a local 20+ year old dogforgeter who harassed 11 year olds with bestiality research unsure though dren
most internet boards did have that weird forgeter who'd share a bit too much information about their fun times in bed; and in most of those boards they would've been banned the second they tried to squeeze the piglet in the virtual public.

the difference was that badspot found it funny and decided to see how long he could keep the weirdos around until someone got mad enough to break a board rule.
if you want to win in this board, now and back then, you need to go after the big game and repeat the borrowed time incident.

Off Topic / Re: bored lol
« on: September 08, 2023, 04:17:37 AM »
have you tried throwing bricks at people?
that always cheers me up

General Discussion / Re: Peavy's Halloween Build 2023
« on: August 30, 2023, 09:49:44 AM »
uhhh like idk sounded okay at first then saw

not so sure anymore
you don't like touching your dink with the bros?

Off Topic / Re: Please stop dying - or make a time machine!!!
« on: August 28, 2023, 03:39:56 AM »
zoomers don't understand forums and see them as outdated, i bet most of them think that a forum is what discords implementation of them are.

Off Topic / Re: Rawr XD XD!! 1!! O_O
« on: August 20, 2023, 03:03:03 AM »
If this was intentionally eye bait for the "user has been banned" that would be very funny. but seriously I wouldn't push it, someone was recently banned for posts like this
getting banned in this era of the forums is an honor. we should all be striving for such heights.

Off Topic / Re: What's something you miss from the 2000s?
« on: August 15, 2023, 04:15:09 AM »
eventually the site would be bought by a korean corporation, get a horrible redesign as a webtoon/tapas clone, and get shut down shortly after just to promote their other webcomic hosting site. a good number of these are mostly lost to time due to this, which loving sucks.

nowadays these comics still exist, but you can rarely find them and they are not as active as they once were. it sucks because i've been thinking about making my own recently just for funsies, but as an adult i fear i have better things to do right now.
if you're still up for that kind of content, the successor to smackjeeves is comicfury from what i know.
you can still find weird comics made by one guy in a afternoon on there.

I don't understand how people use twitter regularly and maintain an account, every time I've tried to do it I CBA after a week tops. I'll look at it rarely to see a funny argument someone sent to me and that's about it, but this is coming from someone who can't even be arsed to regularly post to Facebook/Instagram. I don't know how people regularly maintain a presence on multiple platforms.
they're addicts, that's what all these big social media platforms today aim for.
they want you to get addicted to that feeling of seeing your latest stuffpost getting attention and likes so you'll stay on their site for longer, share more info about yourself, and click the tailored advertisements.

Off Topic / Re: What's something you miss from the 2000s?
« on: August 14, 2023, 03:34:19 AM »
when everything had its own website, be it a game, a game server, or just a community based around a topic.

today everything is just centralised onto a subpar social media platform like discord, and we all complain about it when they do something stupid for the 20th time this year. but nobody is willing to get off these platforms and start something of their own, free from the stuff we have to put up with when using a big name, out of touch, buggy platform.
twitter's stuffshow is proof that no matter how bad it gets people will never leave their collapsing platform, but will absolutely continue to moan about it and threaten moving to whatever alternate platform is being developed at the time, of which a few will do for a week then come crawling straight back once they realise nobody else moved over with them.

the real kicker is that we used to be able to do this - digg fell catastrophically when they began loving up which gave way to reddit, and now that reddit is loving up they're still standing strong as the alternate platforms that popped up return to obscurity.

Off Topic / Re: uWu DaddyBaddy-chan~ >o< :3 :3
« on: August 10, 2023, 03:07:13 AM »

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