Let's take a moment to say a farewell to the /a/nons lost in 2015.
People wanting mods to be able to delete any thread at will. Even back when Generals were at their worst with Keions and Witches people knew it was better to keep mods on the leash, today not so much.
>anon won't witness Haruhi S3
>anon won't watch FMP S3
>anon won't watch Kizu
>anon won't see the end of Berserk
>anon won't see their waifu anymore
>anon won't blame moot anymore
>anon won't celebrate anniversary's anymore
>anon won't see /a/ burn to the ground
At least they're free from the burden of the internet.
Damn it /a/, over the years other boards change but /a/ is fundamentally the same. I love and hate you guys.
shit OP, my best friend for the past 8 years died on the 7th last month, thanks for making this, you the real mvp
he was always a fan of girls with guns
Thinking about losing the chance to see my favorite manga come to its conclusion, or seeing my favorite manga finally have an anime adaptation keeps me sane and alive. It gives me hope
Stay strong, brothers.
There's no particular order, other than the OP in the upper right being first obviously. Read it how you please.
More so than any other board, /a/ has remained pretty consistent culturally. There are a differences here and there in the way our business is conducted and various subcultures come and go, but at the end of the day /a/ is pretty similar to how it was 5 years ago. There's more differences if you go back to the time of Geass, though, since single shows don't dominate the board any more.