>>33445 It's completely nuts. So many commuities just fold completely. I mean, how much hope do we have when the only group in this recent wave of moral crusades that I'm aware of that managed to put up a fight was the fucking bronies
>>33448 >>33452 Media caught wind of bronies and their edgy humor. https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2020/06/my-little-pony-nazi-4chan-black-lives-matter/613348/ Well, the mods of the site announced a general ban of all nazi imagery unless it was portraying them in a negative light. This was on top of an earlier skirmish where over the site putting up support for BLM, where they explictly said they wouldn't go and mass ban stuff. It set off a massive artist revolt there, threatening to nuke their art from the site. Long story short, this resulted in a civil war there. The local users and artist were mostly anti-censorship while the site staff and twitter furfag artist who got involved were mostly for it. There was so much backlash that even after two coups by the most SJWs of them the mods found themselves struggling justify to ban the most edgiest humor.
Now, why was this so big? I saw their community of fucking degenerates fight tooth and nail to defend even imagery like this. Even centerist and a few lefties. I have never seen any of the fandom communities that I've been apart of when the SJW train got rolling a few years back put up such a fight to such a degree. Many can't even handle Idubbbz fake edge. And they organized a art pack based around anti-censorship with NAZIS https://www.marenheit451.com/ It raised over 20000 dollars and was a record holder for a charity art pack in their fandom. The SJWs tried to have their own FiMFightsHate and didn't even get a quarter.
I am in awe that they are actually drawing a line in the sand and fighting for it for once.
I am fashinated that I saw a bunch of cucked centerist, minorities, and utter degenerate fetisth actually be against it.
>>33420 The entire damn premise of 'cuckime' as a term is whining and that deleted post was at least an attempt at a humour.
Fine any an all effort will be ignored by today's /AM/ let me rephrase myself.
>>33411 Speak for yourself.
Turns out the last people using imageboards in 2020 are boomers who don't realize that if there was a wrong way to use a software's features, those features would be disabled with the magic of computing instead of tone policing adherence to a proper etiquette like in biblical times.
>>33407 Because use of > as a quotation mark is not as much a feature as is it interpunction that came about with the internet (or was popularised by it, I don't really know). Most of languages out there have a different way of using punctuation so it all depends on the sphere of cultural influence.
And if it's a cultural thing a cultural means need to be used.
>>33098 oh wow, he's almost as good as nuxtaku :^) but tbh, I don't know why anyone would want to do youtube at this point if the goal was to make money and if you actually liked doing video editing as there is a big list of do's and don'ts don't's? and trial and error as far as getting money out of the those wringing hands