Hello Random, I'm working as a journalist for a well renowned US newspaper.
I'd like to interview a member of the 4chan.org community for an article I'm currently writing. I have only a handful of questions I would like to put to you and we can conduct the interview by email or perhaps over Skype.
Subjects I'd like to touch upon are memes and how they shape our world and how we can tackle racism and homophobia on the Internet.
Apologies if this thread violates community rules and perhaps an administrator can sticky this thread if the function exists.
does anyone of you faggots got anything sexrelated featuring badgers?
FUCK YOU OP, I GET MY OWN BADGERS
read the message again, look, its a baconian cipher, the vowels and consonants, the secret encoded message reads "help. i am trapped in the basement, getting raped by cute little badgers"
>op kidnapps my family, rapes my wife
>sedates me with evil op potion and takes me to his basement
>op savagely tortures me with beatings and rape &forces me to watch watership down over and over
>manage to get free
>drag my battered little badger body to the woods
>taken in by friendly family of deer
>slowly recuperate over many monthes
>finally am ready to seek my revenge
>discover that op is using deceptive methods on 4chan to trick anons into his transhuman badger experiments
>get bored, go back to being a regular badger
Cat gets caught raping badger, is this u op? R u a pussy
Look OP, I don't have the time for an interview but I'll try to comment on what you said you were going to touch on. I apologize for any grammar mistakes I might make, English isn't my native language.
Racism and homophobia don't need to be tackled. You see it as if it was already established to be a bad thing. But I disagree.
There are arguments against homosexuality and multiculturalism. People need to discuss their opinions and learn from each other. That is the only way forward. Nothing needs to be tackled, no opinions suppressed, no anonymity destroyed.
This is one of the reasons why we browse 4chan. It is a bastion of free speech. Twitter, Facebook, Reddit and internet fora are often moderated by people who try to push an agenda and destroy dissent, or at least control it. We don't want that.
yeh anything goes
its a badger parading as a journalist
"a well renowned" only a badger coud be so foolish.
only a badger would post pictures of more badgers
give me a break. do me a fovor. jog on. do one
oh hi, just got home after doing the usual badger stuff. how are my fellow badgerinos doing?