Policy Enforcement (v2) (11)

2 Name: ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃ : 1993-09-4743 16:48

Anyways, >>1, please listen to me. It's not really related to this thread, but hear me out anyways.
I went to 4chan a while ago; you know, that image board?
Well anyways there was an insane number of people there, and I couldn't get a post in.
Then, I looked at the news, and it had "4chan: The Otakon 2006 Panel" written on it.
Oh, the stupidity. Those idiots.
You, don't come to 4chan just because you saw it at Otakon.
It's only a set of imageboards, for crying out loud.
And there are even furries here. Family of furries, all out to post on /b/, huh? How fucking nice.
"FURRY FRIDAY!" the dad shouts. God I can't bear to watch.
You people, I'll give you all the furry porn you want if you quit posting. 4chan /b/ should be a bloody place.
That tense atmosphere, where two guys on opposite sides of the threads can start a flame war at any time,
the stab-or-be-stabbed mentality, that's what's great about this place. Furries and weeaboos should just stay home.
Anyways, I was about to start posting, and then the bastard mod beside me posts:

"There's been a lot of confusion and disapproval about the "new rules", so I'd like to clear things up and revise the policy slightly. When you bump a thread in /b/, it takes longer for it to die. So if you bump a thread with illegal content, that illegal content stays on the board longer, and 4chan gets angry letters. Rather than relying on the moderators working around the clock on every board to delete things, we're asking for your help to make 4chan's system work.

To discourage participation in illegal threads, it's now against the rules to reply to a thread with illegal content. If you post in these threads, you will be banned for 2 weeks, regardless of whether you "contributed" to the thread or not. If you see a thread that breaks these rules, just report it and ignore it.

In addition, "Jailbait" threads, private forum/wiki invasions, and posting personal information are examples of things that aren't illegal but still open us to legal threats. We will not ban all replies to these threads, but we will delete them and issue bans to the thread starter or other major participants if necessary. The rules have not changed with regards to these borderline-legal threads.

Our goal is to keep 4chan fun and unrestrictive, so we hope that these common-sense rules won't be much of a burden.

P.S.: The previous sticky was written by doug, not "THE MODS". This one was written by coda."

Who in the world posts stupid rules like that nowadays, you moron?
I want to ask him, "Do you REALLY want to post these stupid restrictions?"
I want to interrogate him. I want to interrogate him for roughly an hour.
Are you sure you don't just want to try saying "Policy Enforcement"?
Coming from a 4chan veteran such as myself, the latest trend among us vets is the CP thread.
That's right, the CP thread. This is the vet's way of posting on /b/.
The CP thread means a very high chance of being banned. But on the other hand it gives posters the thrill of participating in an illegal thread. This is the key.
And then, it's delicious. This is unbeatable.
However, if you post this then there is danger that you'll be marked by the FBI; it's a double-edged sword.
I can't recommend it to amateurs.
What this all really means, though, is that you, >>1, should just lurk moar.
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