Did moot really say he attempted suicide twice? I can't find what time he even said that and I was listening for about 5 hours
No, moot had two coughing fits during the Q & A and people started saying he was coughing up blood, then people said he was coughing up blood because he attempted to kill himself twice during the Q & A.
>He sounded like a surprisingly grounded and thoughtful person with a good sense of humor and a positive outlook on life.
Which, let's be honest now, is about the exact opposite you would think about him at this point and his current position.
He wants to go take a vacation and not spend time on the internet for a while
He mentioned something about an open source project he's been working on
His long term plans include going innawoods and becoming a hermit who lives in a log cabin
I listened for about a couple of hours yesterday and went off to work.
I guess he's just tired with the lawyers and stuff.
Gamergate and the fappening took a toll on him.
Butt seriously, what a patient man.
I wish that they would put this on
Something about TTGL really struck a chord with 4chan and the community. I think that this song is pretty befitting of moot's departure
I am the admin of my site
Watermelon is my body and soup is my blood
I have midwifed over a thousand memes
Unknown to profit
Nor known to donations
Have withstood downtime to hear many screams
Yet these effors will never know recognition
So as I pray, Unlimited moot Works
I'll always think of 4chan as a whole with TTGL.
It's so...fitting, for the spirit, culture and camaraderie that is 4chan. I think in a lot of ways we like to think of ourselves as humanity defying the odds. Somehow our shitposts and doubles can mean or amount to something.
You might as well blame the retarded Hollywood celebrities and their jew lawyers for trying to suck off the hacker known as 4chan from all his money, when in reality it was all their own fault. (Or Apple's cloud service, if anything)
Moot even said he stopped lifting in September because it was a really rough month.
>there are people on /a/ that didn't listen to the whole Q&A live
Maybe I'm just really out of the loop with the law these days, but that whole thing didn't make a bit of sense to me.
>We're going to try to sue you because our nude photos that we uploaded to an insecure location on the internet got around to millions of people on the internet, and because anonymous individual users in no way affiliated with the site admins are posting these pictures here on one of many websites, the chan must be a mastermind hacker entity behind it all!
Through 4chan passes and the new ad program, 4chan made a significant amount of money that could be used to help keep it running.
Then the 3DPDs and 3DPD-lovers basically trashed it all with their fucking nude leak.
And on top of that, Google removed captchas (though we all know about a third of us or more still have to solve them all the time) so 4chan passes weren't going to be helping much anymore.
I'd have left too.
Lawyers, especially hollywood lawyers, don't use logic. They just push people around to get them to bend to their will. Even if they took moot to court and the judge threw out the case because moot was not personally responsible for what users uploaded, he would still owe thousands in legal fees.
Welcome to the USA, the land of the free, free to sue whoever for whatever fucking reason even if you have literally no basis because you have nothing to fear.
In my country when you sue someone and fail, you get fined and have to pay for your own and the other sides costs for the trail and lawyer. Everyone thinks twice before suing so we don't have mongrels doing shit like that.