>building online communities
Sweet fuck he is still this delusional? WE were the ones that built and kept 4chan alive; pretty much every time he got involved it was detrimental to the community.
I guess that's what happens when you live in an IRC circlejerk.
I am also happy to see that he is doing well.
I didn't even resent him for leaving us. I just wanted him to feel well.
But this. This is a stab in the back. Google is the exact opposite of 4chan. Aside from M$ they are pretty much the worst company he could have joined.
>Aside from M$ they are pretty much the worst company he could have joined.
Pretty much this.
It's like selling out really to go to work for a company like google when you've tried making things on your own, it's him pretty much admitting defeat.
Whatever man the hard road of creating something from nothing over and over isn't for everyone
What is his position going to be?
The only thing I could see him being useful for is running around the office to explain what a certain meme is that they don't understand.
I feel kinda bad for him. He is 100% going to fail and this'll just be another pox on his resume. 4chan will be the only thing mildly successful he'll ever do.
No one can take away the botnet stigma of Google or pull people away from whatever social shit they've dug themselves into.
Sucking dicks only degrades yourself.
What moot did lowers everyone a little bit.
That bar is going to be lowered even more when Clinton gets elected. Trump is a fucking nutcase and the picture of big corporate evil but he'd actually fuck us over less. And Sanders never really had a chance since literally every superdelegate will support her.
>I continually find myself drawn to their intelligence, passion, and enthusiasm - as well as a universal desire to share it with others
moot will finally defeat gamergate desu
>tfw you will never be paid 6 figures to be the office memester
>that one token black guy
>the rest are white people pushing for diversity