I like Dandy
Two I've actually, um, well:
ITT the users don't care about IAA and complain about it anyway
this board must be armpit of the internet.
Have you seen the rest of the internet lately?
It's an elbow at most.
It's hard to hold a conversation. Big Brother, Idol WTF? Is my only hope to start watching these shitty shows so I can join in on the conversation?
Daily sage = I leg a day!
I leg a day!!!
...What's that mean?
It means you forgot the s.
It's "I leg a dayS."
What's a dayS?
moer liek 5 legs a day
Help me figure out this site.
If I recall, It had coppermine galleries of Asian women along with Asian women pr0n.
It was free, it wasn't one of those pay or link pr0n sites, and also the name was some kind of pun.
(I thought it was "Yellowfever", but that doesn't seem to work.)
Kudos to anyone who knows what site this is.
Nevermind. I'm guessing http://japanesehottie.com was it.
But if you know a similar site, feel free to post. :)
( ´･ω･) So it is said, when we invade and act together without organization, that we are one with one idea and one goal only.
Some would attempt to explain the phenomenon in terms of the Jungian concept of a collective subconscious, but that's just dumb.
Well, "that's just dumb" is certainly a very convincing argument.
Try LSD, it all becomes much clearer then, at least that's what Leary says.
>>1 is on to something. Invasion does indeed make us act together. I whistled for a cab, and when it came near, the license plate said "fresh" and it had dice in the mirror. If anything I could say that this cab was rare, but I thought "Nah forget it, Yo homie to Bel Air." I pulled up to the house about seven or eight, and I yelled to the cabby "Yo homes, smell ya later." Looked at my kingdom, I was finally there, to sit on my throne as the Prince of Bel Air.
..It seemed like a good idea at the time, but in hindsight the flat-top and all that fluorescent clothing just looked dumb.
reqwireless webviewer works pretty well, too... it doesn't look as pretty as opera mini, but it's faster and more stable...
My cell phone is the size and shape of a notebook computer!
Shape of a notebook? Same here, posting from my Nokia 9500, via my WLAN.
Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.0; Series80/2.0 Nokia9500 Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1) motherfucker, do you use it!?!
ps. my e-penis is bigger than yours.
Apparently you have no fucking idea how to read browser user-agents.
Compatible with MSIE != is MSIE.
Mozilla/4.0 is the browser engine, like on most win32/unix-based good browsers ("good" does not include MSIE)
As far as I know, N9500, N9300 and N9300i are the only mobile phones with a "real" browser and adequate display/keyboard for it.
tl;dr - the fail is you.
IE is the only web browser with over .5% market share that uses MSIE in the useragent string.
most good browsers either don't include 'Mozilla' in the useragent or use 'Mozilla/5.0'.
tl;dr - no, the fail is you.
I admit, Mozilla/4.0 is outdated for PC browsers, which isn't the point.. I actually thought you wouldn't start nitpicking about the version! Stupid me, 4chan is always 4chan. One more thing, correct me if I'm wrong.... do some versions of IE use Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE in their user-agent? That'd explain your behavior. Or did e-penis joke anger you? Couldn't help it; wlan, qwerty kb, 640x200 screen and pc-grade browser are very nice features for a phone. Are you posting from a cellphone or just flaming out of boredom? O.o
Anyways, N9500's browser is based on opera. Not IE nor mozilla.
I feel 4-ch has gotten boring and inactive lately.
I still try to check it every day like I used to, but now there's hardly any change, except for boring ones.
Hi. I can read just fine. You said you liked the fact that some people use tripcodes, and you implied that their opposition was primarily based on 4chan's cultural hegemony, rather than on reason. (Whether you intended that implication or not, it was there.)
This thread should've had a [Vitriol] tag. 4-ch itself seems to be, by far, the most controversial thing discussed on 4-ch.
Speaking as someone that uses a Tripcode on both DQN and L&R (anonymous everywhere else), I'm going to admit (willingly) that I do it mostly to get a rise out of the more hide-bound posters here. Once it stops being a big deal, I'll probably consider cutting it out. Until then, it's too funny listening to "OMG TRIPPFAEG" and seeing people getting their panties in a bunch over such a minor thing.
In other words, once you're done trolling.
Or until you've all grown up. I'm looking forward to this September, aren't you?
I find this thread objectionable. Moderators! Delete this thread at once!
I find >>24 objectionable. Moderators! Ban him at once!
Time's a-wastin' everybody! Let's troll!
What is love?
i love you
you i love
Moo. ) ( You bastard, I was going to say that!
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I appreciate this board.
eBaum's World (subtitled "Media for the Masses") is a popular website featuring entertainment media such as videos, Flash cartoons and web games. It is highly controversial for many reasons, primarily due to the fact that nearly all of the website's content is taken from other sources without permission and then rebranded with the eBaum's World logo.
Wikipedia (IPA: [/ˌwɪkiˈpiːdi.ə/] or [/ˌwiki-/]) is a multilingual Web-based free-content encyclopedia. It exists as a wiki, and thus is written collaboratively by volunteers, allowing most articles to be changed by anyone with access to a web browser and an Internet connection. The project began on January 15, 2001, as a complement to the expert-written (and now defunct) Nupedia, and is now operated by the non-profit Wikimedia Foundation. Wikipedia has more than 3,700,000 articles in many languages, including more than 1,000,000 in the English-language version. Since its inception, Wikipedia has steadily risen in popularity, and has spawned several sister projects. Editors are required to uphold a policy of "neutral point of view" under which notable perspectives are summarized without an attempt to determine an objective truth.
ITT we appreciate IAA
IAA is a TLA that may stand for:
Yeah. This board is great. I love you guys.
>Something Awful, sometimes abbreviated to SA, is a comedy website based in the United States.
It is unfortunately not even slightly funny.
>It houses a variety of content, such as instant messaging pranks, digitally edited pictures, and humorous negative reviews of various forms of media.
Mostly it's just "HAY LOK AT TEH FUREEZ LOL!1 DUME HOUS!!!"
>In addition, it has a very active set of forums, which in later years have grown remarkably.
So does GameFAQs. This isn't necessarily a good thing.
>Historically, it has been a force in the promotion and creation of various Internet phenomena, which in recent months has led to conflict with the site eBaum's World
That is really irrelevant because everything he said is true