that doesnt sound fun anon
>[Kawasaki Tadataka] School Girls 5 - Inside the Vaulting Horse [English]
>Not knowing how heartwarming Da Hootch's works are
Sexualizing 4chan mascot has always been a bannable offense though.
Pretty sure that's why he even left the post there and not just deleted it entirely.
/a/ generally has the better mods who know a little about the board, you should see /co/, /vg/ or /mu/ mods.
It's not breaking any rules. It's a "bannable offense" because mods don't care about the rules and just ban whatever they want if a post offends them.
Other bannable offenses include "writing about things mods don't like" and "posting a page with subject matter the mods find offensive, whether or not it's actually explicit".
>1st. Yotsuba porn has always been treated with bans.
1. The banned poster didn't post porn.
2. That's fine and all but why bother making a list of rules if the site's mods ignore them?
To be honest, I kind of don't give a shit. Maybe if we find out he was banned from all boards permanently without appeal or some shit, that'll be ground to cause a ruckus over it, but for all we know he was banned for two days as a laugh.
Too bad he's out of his cute mode and into his edgy mode.
1. It was a crop of one of the most infamous Yotsuba doujins, made by DA HOOTCH (which the poster mentioned on the post), and was posted on a thread about Sad Panda.
Probably he already knew it was coming.
2. Why do dictators have laws if they are going to kill all of his opposition?
And while the ban was public, it won't last long, bans aren't permanent.
That's most likely the case, but I've seen too many people get permabanned without breaking any rules to find it funny anymore.
Someone's face isn't porn. cropped porn has never been a bannable offense.
You ignored the fact of where I said it was from DA HOOTCH's Yotsuba doujin.
The ban reason wasn't posting porn, it was posting (referencing) to porn of Yotsuba, which has always resulted in ban.
>You ignored the fact of where I said it was from DA HOOTCH's Yotsuba doujin.
If something drawn by a porn author is the same as posting porn, Posting Azumanga daioh and Yotsuba at all is a bannable offense.
>The ban reason wasn't posting porn, it was posting (referencing) to porn of Yotsuba
We're indirectly discussing and referencing porn of yotsuba, maybe we should both get banned too. You explicitly described the work and revealed the author.
Considering it's also one of those garbage "____ becomes a drug addicted prostitute and is fucked by a million old dudes," doujins that are my least favorite thing next to ntr, I don't mind references to it being blasted from the face of the board.
It's also technically off topic, seeing as this is a "funny h-manga" thread, not a "SUFFERING h-manga" thread.
Is it by any chance a disgusting commercialized shithole of a website with a ton of ads, a shit GUI, and the gall to use the law to make people take down unofficial translations of chinese adult comic books from sites which aren't the aforementioned one in order for the owner of the site to achieve maximum jew and get all the shekels he can?
Then what was the ban reason? Posting a drawing of yotsuba by someone who does porn?
Because Azuma himself did plenty of it.
Or is it posting a non-porn drawing that happens to be in a porn book? Not sure why that's reason for banning either.
And of which has a satanist pedophile evil jewish finnish bald man which helped to take down websites rivals to his own so his cartel gains more influence and he can spread his own standards everywhere.
>what was the ban reason
Not posting porn, not referencing to porn, not posting Yotsuba, not posting a drawing done by a H-Artist, it was:
>The ban reason wasn't posting porn, it was posting (referencing) to porn of Yotsuba, which has always resulted in ban.
Kawasaki Tadataka is hilarious.
That's because both he and Jewcob know that the /a/ hentai community and the e-h users know more about hentai than both of them. That's why they came here "answering questions". They wanted to win them over. That's why they cared (and still do) what both sites think about it. Otherwise they would have never cared.