I don't understand /tv/. I rarely go there but I stopped in last night. There were plenty of cuck and blacked and /pol/ and other shitposting threads there. But I went into a thread about Jurassic World/Bryce Dallas Howard and people posted a few pics of her. Those pictures were all quickly deleted and the thread deleted shortly thereafter.
I must be missing something. On /o/, if you talk about say Ford or more specifically Mustangs people will post a lot of images of said cars in the thread and that's okay. But on /tv/ if you talk about a movie with an actor or just said actor and post pictures of them...that's not okay for some reason
>>430490 /tv/ is funny as hell, but it has some problems. It's not as much that a single thing went wrong as it is an accumulation of things.
Honestly the single worst thing /tv/ kept dredging up was the nebulous reddit boogeyman, but ever since "reddit" topics have been moderated more heavily the quality's gone up significantly. I can handle the BLACKED and cuck memes because they're not as pervasive as "reddit" was.
The only thing that really sticks out to me as being "wrong" with /tv/ are the very dedicated small minority of pedos who still try to make topics but get banned near-instantly, a residual leftover from /tv/'s older era. /tv/ still hasn't recovered from the negative rep of that on the rest of the site though.
>>430822 >/tv/ still hasn't recovered from the negative rep of that on the rest of the site though. lel shut the fuck up you're on a site with five+ boards for different fetishes no one gives a shit about 3d lolis posted apart from feds and mods who get buttfucked by feds, crying muh legal fees muh aggravashuns if anything, /tv/ suffered a loss of reputation when loliposting got shutdown, seen as just another milestone on the creeping road to normalization
you know the tendency of crossboarders to speak authoritatively about a board they front on another board?
>>430797 Bryce Dallas Howard is a /tv/ meme. Threads about her are actually for /ss/ discussion because she looked like she wanted to fuck her nephew in Jurassic World. Let it keep going and it will just be full of "tfw you will never make cummies for mommy"
>>430864 >muh /v/ boogeyman RLMfags are to blame for /tv/ becoming the e-celeb board. Their constant friend simulator generals that the mods refused to crack down on made people think that shit was acceptable.
>>432756 Whenever I hear the mods chuntering furiously away about how they should take more and more of our hard-earned waifus and more and more of our hard-won memes, I can't help but think that some people think it's a bit extreme of me to test the assumptions that underlie its rejoinders—a bit over the top, perhaps. Well, what I ought to remind such people is that the mods find reality too difficult to swallow. Or maybe it just gets lost between the anime and videogame pages. In either case, a colleague recently informed me that a bunch of cheeky gilly-gaupuses and others in the mods's amen corner are about to substitute “I-it” relationships for “I-thou” relationships. I have no reason to doubt that story because our path is set. By this, I mean that in order to act honorably, we must build a new understanding that can transport us to tomorrow. I consider that requirement a small price to pay because the mods's worthless claims are meticulously designed to keep the population unaware, uneducated, dumbed down, and focused on stupefying activities like video games. The intention is to prevent people from noticing that the mods has been shoving the nation towards racialism. For those of you who agree with what you've read in this post, we have a difficult but important task in front of us. We must defend waifus and film against the temptations of shitposting and mod oppression.
Is anyone honestly surprised by what happened with /tv/? Watching TV shows is literally the most normalfag hobby you can have, hordes of people from reddit and other boogeyman sites who don't know about 4chan culture flooding the board eventually was a predetermined fact.
>>436461 Invisibro was moot's best friend in real life, so it would make sense moot gave him that position. However I'm starting to believe Invisibro was the one behind the Reddit bans as well. He's still a major problem with this site, and he should be fired
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