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 No.115635[Reply]

What comes to mind when you hear the phrase "10/10"?
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 No.123903

Some people assume that product quality is a bell curve, centered on the the middle of the likeability spectrum. This leads to the center being the most common mark, and the extremes the least common (or even taboo).
That is an assumption. There is no evidence that it is true. And by making the full point scores so rare, you are creating an exclusive label. This can easily turn from merely a personal judgement to a confirmation of your community's values and then into something yet more perverted.
"Look here upon the Great Classics. This is what [medium] should aspire to be. Unfortunately, modern creators only care for money."

It is hard to measure enjoyment. It's a subjective experience. It not only varies from person to person, but also between repetitions of the same stimulus. And that is precisely why we all are so vulnerable to having assumptions as described above distorting our judgements. Distorting? Arguably, we would not be able to give a judgement at all if not for a framework. Assumptions are, in a way, necessary.
But I want to propose, as an alternative, a flat fun curve. Where the enjoyment spectrum can easily be divided into n different segments with each segment containing as many items as every other one. n/n would be no smaller a set than (n-1)/n.

 No.123904

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I have a folder full of images of cute anime characters extending fingers in talking poses for the purpose of being posted alongside walls of text. But every time I write up a wall of text and his [Submit], I find that it is accompanied by no such image.

 No.123951

using all ten fingers to grab the boobies

 No.124155

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Tomoko

 No.124267

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>>123798
then there's this




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 No.124107[Reply]

Watching the most recent episode of Madome and within it there was a botched demon summoning that took place. Unlike the typical fantasy demons though the world in this treats them as beings on the opposite spectrum of gods, so for the MC being faced with just a botched fragment of the insurmountable being felt completely hopeless. Though a convenient plot thing happened that allowed the issue to go away, it did well at showing the sheer scale of power displayed by the demon fragment. It got me wondering, what are some good examples of media /qa/ knows that tackle this lovecraftian feel properly? It seems difficult for most authors to really present to their audience creatures whose scale is just infinitely above what can possibly be defeated in traditional manners.
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 No.124162

>>124161
I JUST BIT THIS SHAB

 No.124163

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>>124161
Eldritch ween.

 No.124164

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>>124107
From Touhou, when Yukari isn't being a complete dork and jobs to villain of the month, she exhibits this perfectly. Her power of manipulating boundaries is purposefully vague and is only as powerful as the author wants it to be. Canon doesn't explore this very often since they're just not Yukari centric and her Gaps are mainly just useful plot devices, in fanon on the otherhand, some works explore this to the extremes. From simply pulling lovecraftian horrors out of a hat, to changing the way the world works around you, shattering common sense and logic, and playing with boundary of right and wrong or real and imaginary.

 No.124169

>>124161
It kinda reminds me of the funny faces in western web animations. Wonder if they actually were able to cross overseas and have influence over in Japan since Niconico lost popularity.

 No.124170

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>>124169
It's not western corruption, it's a guy using proportions derpier than usual predominantly for contrast. Here the chibi looks all normal, but >>124121 is him being menacing.




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 No.123078[Reply]

Is that you aren't encouraged to contribute and make well written posts on the ones that move too fast. It's easier to just be a shitposting moron since it might feel like trying to contribute doesn't pay off due to everything archiving quickly. This is why 4chan is so low quality in general, and this is exacerbated even more by the fact that everyone sees it as a site where you can be retarded/controversial without any repercussions due to anonymity. The result is a very negative and 'toxic' environment which is likely bad for your mental health. However, 4/qa/ during our time went against this culture. If your thread was good we would try to keep it alive as long as possible through constant bumps and bumpbots. This in turn encouraged users to be less negative and try to contribute more towards its culture. 4/qa/ as its 2D/Random incarnation was really a community effort unlike anything ever seen on 4chan before. We did not rely on the staff to do anything for ourselves, we self-moderated. But of course, good things aren't allowed to exist on modern 4chan, so they were against this concept and tried to impose as many restrictions on the board as possible to counter that until everyone got fed up and left. I bet they weren't expecting for something even worse to take our place though.

Kissu is pretty removed from 4/qa/ at this point, but elements of its culture are still very present here. You see people making well thought and well written posts all the time and quality of discussion is generally much higher than at 4chan.
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 No.123116

>>123090
>didn't resort to meta-tactics to maximize thread visibility
That was absolutely happening, you just didn't notice. To be fair, with no deletion cooldown, no archives, and with auto-updaters being third-party userscripts, it was much harder to notice bumping with deletion. There was also ordinary samefagging and a lot of plain old spam.

 No.123127

>>123084
nice pick!

 No.124077

>>123078
>Is that you aren't encouraged to contribute and make well written posts on the ones that move too fast. It's easier to just be a shitposting moron since it might feel like trying to contribute doesn't pay off due to everything archiving quickly. This is why 4chan is so low quality in general, and this is exacerbated even more by the fact that everyone sees it as a site where you can be retarded/controversial without any repercussions due to anonymity. The result is a very negative and 'toxic' environment which is likely bad for your mental health. However, 4/qa/ during our time went against this culture. If your thread was good we would try to keep it alive as long as possible through constant bumps and bumpbots. This in turn encouraged users to be less negative and try to contribute more towards its culture. 4/qa/ as its 2D/Random incarnation was really a community effort unlike anything ever seen on 4chan before. We did not rely on the staff to do anything for ourselves, we self-moderated. But of course, good things aren't allowed to exist on modern 4chan, so they were against this concept and tried to impose as many restrictions on the board as possible to counter that until everyone got fed up and left. I bet they weren't expecting for something even worse to take our place though.

>Kissu is pretty removed from 4/qa/ at this point, but elements of its culture are still very present here. You see people making well thought and well written posts all the time and quality of discussion is generally much higher than at 4chan.

subjective and relative
time is of the essence here
it is what it is
a board engine
just talk whatevs

 No.124105

>>123078
contributing is boring.

 No.124119

I want to enjoy a certain atmosphere as a lurker but the boards I liked disappeared a long time ago like iichan, wakachan, desuchan. The last 10 years of boards were mostly about currently airing anime and not much else outside of blogging.




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 No.109657[Reply]

I don't really know much about what's going on, but there's some brouhaha with reddit about API access now costing money and people are talking about it a lot in the happenings thread, which is off-topic to the thread, so here's a thread for it.
PREPARE FOR POST MOVING
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 No.110271

>>110268
in terms of expenses, the issue is likely being too general in what you allow. A focused site can exist easily with high capacity.
You can look at a few of those hacker forums for example. Very focused and collapse from the idiocy of the owners.

 No.110281

>>110268
>it's the place where people go to look at (un)funny memes about video games that make them think "wow, so true".

Its also a place where people get a very warped view of reality because of the way things are curated and that many redditors only social interaction is reddit. Its worse than Twitter in that way

 No.110305

>>110281
>many redditors only social interaction is reddit
Really? 4chan has plenty of them, sure, but most of the redditors I've met are just the "kind of nerdy" people who integrate a basic understanding of low-level internet culture into their riajuu lives. None of what I've seen there has enough of a sense of community to substitute for IRL friends.

 No.112299

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There was a moderator strike around the same time on stack exchange that recently concluded:
https://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/391847/moderation-strike-results-of-negotiations
The negotiation mostly focuses on AI policy, but they also made stack exchange to announce commitment to API and datadump access, as they suspended datadumps earlier but reverted it due to heavy backlash.
They achieved a lot more than the reddit strike did which I think there wasn't any.

 No.124081

>>109715
>>109714
Because those are not efficient systems and the official app outclasses any third party in terms of features. Reddit is not just a discussion site its an ecosystem.




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 No.123948[Reply]

What kind of settings, extensions, themes, etc do you use with your browser?
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 No.124027

>>124025
I tried making my computer stuff look unique when I was a teenager. I even recorded myself to have special sounds (though I ended up getting annoyed hearing my own voice every time I opened a window, so the only ones that remained were for boot-up and boot-down).
Nowadays, I just want my computer to do the things I want it to do without annoying me. Most of the internet is designed to annoy, so you've gotta have apps that put limits on what the internet can do.
I really don't care for themes, outside of them being sufficiently dark so that at nighttime it doesn't feel like I'm staring right at the sun.

 No.124040

Tridactyl, Tree Style Tab, and Tab Session Manager are nice. Librewolf is nice.

 No.124056

>>123948
Vanilla Microsoft Edge
It just works
:3

 No.124071

so strange to me that scrolling in Edge triggers GPU usage while Chrome and FF don't

 No.124082

>>124071
Check hardware acceleration options in the browser.




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 No.123456[Reply]

The most fundamental and useful math skill know, we do it every day (Hopefully)! /qa/ does know how to count, right? What about efficiently? Is there any base that /qa/ is particularly fond of counting in?

How about for a celebration of this wonderful tool we use every day we do a fun little counting problem to find all positive integers N that satisfy the following conditions!

(i) N is divisible by 2020.
(ii) N has at most 2020 decimal digits.
(iii) The decimal digits of N are a string of consecutive ones followed by a string of consecutive zeros.
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 No.124036

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is math a social construct?

 No.124038

Math uses circular logic

 No.124039

>>124036
The tool of logic is not. It is rigid and objective.
But the things we explore with that tool, depend on what we are interested in.
The search for an odd perfect number, (or for ever higher even perfect numbers) is not reasonable. It's basically just a game.

 No.124049

>>124030
Adding two to a natural number means going to the next number two times. The number after one is two and the number after two is three. We can express this all symbolically with something like

a+0 = a
a+S(b) = S(a+b)
1+1 = 1+S(0) = S(1+0) = S(1) = 2
1+2 = 1+S(1) = S(1+1) = S(2) = 3

but that's what the symbols are saying in plain English.

 No.124052

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>>124049
Neat! I don't know what it means, but neat.




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 No.123713[Reply]

Do you have anything you could show your daughter and say "I made that"?
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 No.123735

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i made that

 No.123736

I'll show her the over a thousand blades I have created.

 No.123737

>>123736
Unknown to dad,
nor known to father

 No.123763

>>123735
a pile of rocks?

 No.123852

>>123735
so cool that we have a star entity that posts here




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 No.123777[Reply]

Are emotes a good form of casual engagement for streams that can quickly convey an emotion like a 'heh' or similar while also being visually witty and somewhat encompassing the history of the stream as well in what content it shows? I think they probably are more a benefit than a drain like people commonly think them to be on a stream's atmosphere but that's assuming a culture where they're used in conjunction with regular posts and not just the entirety of all posts. Do you agree and what kind of emotes could we potentially add to the kissu stream if so? I think that probably a good way to start would be maybe a site like banners, where the emote size has to fit within a certain limit because all the cytube streams I've seen where you have stuff taking up over half the screen is pretty annoying.
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 No.123789

I feel like we've had nearly this exact thread before.

 No.123793

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>>123789
Recycling is good for the environment!

 No.123794

>>123789
Nothing came out of the last one IIRC

 No.123795

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>>123794
Generally speaking, anything that requires effort from people is going to fail. This emote thing would work best with people submitting images and icons and "sharing the burden" as it were. Unfortunately the reality of it is that it will be kissu staff doing all of it and I don't think I have the motivation for it. And it's less fun if it's not a shared experience.

 No.123796

>>123795
Well yeah that's why I'm proposing to vermin maybe a way of doing a banners-type thing.




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 No.98115[Reply][Last50 Posts]

Right now it seems to be a good time to build a PC:
CPUs and GPUs are coming back in stock.
GPU price dropped to MSRP, thanks to the end of GPU crypto mining.
New generation, low availability technologies are cropping up like PCIe 4, DDR5, RTX 4090, AM5 socket, diverting consumer attention away from previous gen.
M.2 SSDs are cheaper than ever, and will be even cheaper in the near future because of flash memory chip oversupply.

What does /qa/ think about building a PC now?
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 No.123611

WHAT THE FUCK MICROSOFT
WHY AM I GETTING 2X THE FRAMERATE ON WINDOWS10???

 No.123617

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test with furmark 1 since all my others have been on that

 No.123619

hm, there's AA on the win11 test for some reason

 No.123621

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I'm not sure why windows 11's benchmark is on AA4x but Win10's isn't. That accounts for the framerate weirdness.

I apparently missed that because it's in my older screenshots too >>118626 >>119842

 No.123623

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passmark ratings are nominally better in 2D rendering but roughly equal in 3D. Win11's layout system might be messing with it for being too much bloat
>>123591




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 No.123498[Reply]

Are advertisements inherently evil?
They are deceptive and manipulative, and arguably dehumanizing.
Is there an ethical justification for advertising beyond "but everybody else is doing it too"?

Note, I am not talking about notifying people of your product. But perhaps the distinction between these two things will have to be drawn (and redrawn) for the purpose of this discussion. We'll see.
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 No.123509

>But perhaps the distinction between these two things will have to be drawn
yeah I'd love to see that. Because I'm not convinced that this can be done in a manner that is at all useful.
Anyway, I think advertising is awesome :D

 No.123510

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¥unethically collecting user data with no regards for their privacy to better targets ads to them
Das evil
¥ads by themselves
Not evil unless they're really kuso deceptive ones or malware (like in the case of 4chan, not sure what they're like these days though).

 No.123511

>>123509
To me, if you are unobtrusive and descriptive of your product, that's information.
Aggressively seeking the attention of people and organizing your argument around what your customers are looking for rather than what you're selling, that's advertising.
The first one of these two things can probably be objectively measured. For the latter, in edge cases, it may come down to an accusation of a predatory mindset. "What do you mean, you're selling tasty pizza? Clearly you are trying to manipulate me!"
But then, evil is malicious intent, as far as I understand the term. So you can't not have this level of uncertainty.
>>123502
>I wonder if that's true actually.
Even if a person's actions are completely ineffectual, the fact that they have taken steps toward that goal, makes them guilty of the attempt.

 No.123512

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>>123498
No, not at all unless they're doing things that are unrelated to advertising itself which are evil, such as lying or manipulation. Ads are how a lot of free stuff I like operate, and since I block ads I think it's a win-win.

 No.123513

>>123512
But don't you know, not watching the ads is the same as piracy.




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 No.123349[Reply]

What do you look for when downloading an anime release? This seems to be a surprisingly divisive topic in some circles, with some wanting only the highest quality encodes regardless of size while others just want mini-encodes that save space while looking somewhat decent, like ASW or EMBER. I think there's a certain appeal to aiming to only get the highest quality, but at the same time I sometimes struggle to see the difference between that & a significantly smaller version. Maybe my eyes are bad, or it's because I'm just watching on a 1080p monitor?

Personally, I usually reserve those massive encodes for series I really enjoy and download "average" ones for anything else. I only have so much space after all, and I enjoy having a sizeable anime collection...
For example with pic related, I store the MATSU release rather than the Kagura release, which is supposed to be better but also around 13GB or so larger.
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 No.123485

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>>123469
I know it's ripped directly from CR (that's why it always comes first).
>The only reason to download the SubsPlease release over ASW is that SubsPlease comes out first
I sometimes download the SubsPlease release based on this if I want to watch something as soon as it comes out.

CR however, was made to be streamed, not downloaded. Otherwise you're killing your poor SSD/HDD with those huge ass file size (specially SSD, don't complain if it stops working after a few years of doing that).

 No.123486

>>123485
The point being that it's pointless to complain about people normalizing it.

 No.123487

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>>123486
I feel like this will cause everyone to abandon torrents and just watch streams instead (already happened to some extent, nyaa used to be more popular).

Random comments I found there about this.

 No.123495

>>123487
>abandon torrents and just watch streams instead (already happened to some extent
I believe that future to be inevitable to some degree. Anime being one of the few holdouts with a lot of people still downloading properly and using real players, contrasting western television that is almost exclusively watched on stream. I don't think that newcomers to anime will ever see a single reason to acquaint themselves with the tools that we use.

 No.123520

echoing what was already said releases literally do not matter anymore since they're all just streaming site rips and fansubs have been dead for ages

the only thing i watch out is for hidive rips, as already mentioned in this thread they're bit starved garbage and they're immediately noticeable especially if you take screenshots, and what i usually try to get then is amazon rips, i dunno how licensing works but for some reason things tend to be available there when they're not on CR
>>123485
>Otherwise you're killing your poor SSD/HDD
modern ssds have vastly better endurance than when the first drives started hitting the market
i don't really think that was even an issue for those, but for the average 1 TB ssd drive nowadays you'd have to overwrite the entire drive every day for more than a year... on that account it's really a non issue




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 No.121772[Reply]

What is your opinion on the kuudere archetype? I'm personally attracted to them because they're similar to myself. Kuuderes are a big 'gap moe' thing. The smile of someone who doesn't smile much means a lot more than the smile of someone who smiles all the time.

Many people don't seem to realize the last two ones are kuuderes too. I don't see many people discussing archetypes these days.
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 No.123477

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 No.123478

>>123477
I have a feeling this is a joke or reference but I don't get it...

 No.123480

>>123478
NTA but the show does have a green tint.

 No.123483

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>>123480
Probably looks different on a CRT. While it's not as important for retro anime as it is for retro games, CRT alter the color a bit in comparison. Otherwise you will see most retro shows appearing 'washed out' on a LCD without the CRT's stronger vibrant colors.

 No.123484

>>123483
You mean, it will look even greener?




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 No.114642[Reply]

When you don't go outside it's easy to forget the basic hygiene you practice since much of the motivation for taking care of yourself can be perceived as a social thing. However some things are important to do even if you're not going outside for the sake of your long term health! Like brushing your teeth and flossing to keep them clean of plaque leads to healthier gums and reduced risk of brain disease! If you haven't brushed yet go do it!

What other health tips does /qa/ know to keep their body in peak condition?
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 No.114836

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>>114711
gotta start small anon. you can't hide from your self. it'll start to know the small improvements too.

 No.123435

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Terrifying consideration... but is it a good idea to 'go outside' to get regular doctor's appointments so that you counter and avoid whatever nasty disease or debilitating health issues you may have before they become serious?

 No.123436

Also how are you even supposed to find a doctor if you haven't been to one in years..

 No.123437

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>>123435
Definitely. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and is if the cure exists. Take action as soon as you can.

>>123436
Unless you changed locations the same office is probably still there and you'll have records. If not... I'm not sure. I've always lived in the same location.

 No.123470

>>123436
Do you not have access to the internet?

>>123435
Depends on your age and symptoms.




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 No.101093[Reply]

According to the happenings thread >>101080 , Ash's journey in Pokémon is finally ending. It's pretty impressive. He was doing it back when I was a kid, but here we are in 2022 and it's finally over.
It brings lots of thoughts to mind apart from nostalgia.

- I wish I was into Pokémon more. It's like the /mlp/ people on 4chan, there's a bunch of dorks involved, even around my age, that still keep the magic alive. Sure, there's a bunch of kids as there should be, but it's interesting to see older people around making references that only people of a certain age would get. It's hard to find good internet losers.

-Names. People on the English internet generally refer to him as Ash (like this thread) and the localization names for each Pokemon as well. Some names are the same, but many of them aren't. One of my favorite Pokémon is Bulbausaur and not Fushigidane. With the internet full of arguments over everything regards translations, it's strange how this never seems to crop up.

-Great games. I haven't played the most recent ones, but I've never played one I didn't love. I think the newer games allow you to see the Types so you didn't need to throw moves around randomly, which was really getting to be a problem when there are 1000 of them instead of 150.

-The games get a LOT of various ROMhacks. There's even that one Touhou one that's not a hack but a standalone game. Not just simple hacks, either, but very involved stuff and you could spend thousands of hours playing them all. I should look into them more and try some out.

-Pokégirls. I think everyone knows this, but this series has some of the best character designs around and has been consistent about it since its inception. The Asuka vs. Rei thing never seemed that interesting to me in comparison to the girls in Pokémon. Even the 'girl of the week' in the anime had more interesting people in them. Duplica the girl with the Ditto that couldn't transform its face sticks out to me. Brock getting a crush on every girl really made sense.

-Just a fantastic style in general. There are places like https://hirespokemon.tumblr.com/ where you can see the old concept art and it's truly beautiful. Sugimori is a true genius. Also apparently his name is used by people as a keyword to improve the qualityPost too long. Click here to view the full text.
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 No.123427

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you might be talking about a pokemon (gardevoir)

 No.123430

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>>123427
Oh, I may have heard of Gardevoir. Hmm, yes, I've seen some things.
But seriously the Gardevoir is one of my favorite lines. Gallade is one of my favorite Pokemon to play, although it kind of feels like cheating to have Fighting and Psychic moves at the same time. Also they look like plant types and I really like plant creatures in these games, although Grass seems kind of underwhelming when compared to some others. Really fun status stuff at least.

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 No.123432

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>>123431
The part starting at 2:10 was pretty good (and the art itself of course)

 No.123465

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>>123426
May is the one with big tits.
Dawn is the one who goes nopan.




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 No.107596[Reply]

I kinda wonder, how do people discover new music today? There's such a vast expanse of stuff out there and most all of it is hidden in its own corner of the internet. If you know what you're searching for maybe it's easier, but finding completely new stuff that appeals to you seems like an extremely tough endeavor. Are there any good methods /qa/ knows of or is word of mouth the best way still?
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 No.123231

Links posted by anonymous on #qa.
Found my top favorite ones in #qa, love my #qa friends!

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>>123231
They should post it on the music thread instead.

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>>123232
#qa culture is not-being-assed-to-post-on-/qa/ culture heh

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https://www.scaruffi.com/
You have read the entirety of Scaruffi's website already, right anon?

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>>123406
Who cares what some dweeb said about music?




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