At 7/25/11 01:44 AM, RobJohnson wrote:
At 7/24/11 10:37 PM, 1916 wrote:
Stop hopping on the bandwagon and actually visit the site.Why do all you /b/tards believe that there is a "bandwagon" of hate?
I hate 4chan for my own reasons. I HAVE visited, and I was immediately met with immense amounts of stupidity. I sifted through lots of garbage until I found child pornography, and stopped viewing immediately and cleared my browsing history.
Because we see 4chan as the brilliant beam of light it is.
There's stupid humour, meme humour, dark humour, clever humour, truly sickening humour, anything you're looking for you can find it on /b/. Yeah, child porn pops up from time to time, and if it offends you that much you're just a moron. There's nothing wrong with viewing child porn. They have bad threads, just like we have bad threads (See here), but when their threads are good, they are fucking glorious.
I'm not on any bandwagon when I claim that /b/ is full of garbage, and that I am not interested in anything posted there. I'm stating fact.
Intellectuals don't enjoy /b/ because the content does not appeal to them.
You're saying nothing on a random board interests you, what do you do all day? Sit in the middle of your living room staring at nothing in particular?
Implying you are an intellectual. There is intelligent conversation on /b/ as well.
An example of shit I'm not interested in:
Yesterday, I saw a thread devoted entirely to trolling a Facebook page made as a memorial for someone who got cyberbullied after she said she fingered her sister, so killed herself. The whole thread was one of the most amazing things I ever seen.So if that is on your "top list" of "amazing things" it gives me SO MUCH to look forward to finding on 4chan. I better sift through hundreds more shitty posts to find a GEM LIKE THE ONE YOU POSTED!!! lololololol
An example of how I found that thread:
Went to 4chan,
Looked through about 20-30 threads,
Found that thread,
Hours of amusement were obtained.
And the entire thread was filled with glorious posts.