Yeah, I think I've regressed in a way into being more reclusive than I used to be. Kind of want to break the habit so I can talk more with my /qa/ friends but at the same time I also want to do more of my hobby stuff.
At least /qa/ is always here to listen to me for that.
this sounds like it has a story behind it
Just an observation. I run a Tor imageboard and even though everyone ought to be anonymous, the most obnoxious behavior comes from easily recognizable personas, and it's easier to have a policy of moderating their posts than it is to come up with a good rule based objectively on the contents of their posts. At at least one point in the past I've criticized Vermin for trying to keep particular posters off the board, but I can't hold that position anymore. Kissu is very lucky to have a lot of good people here.
this is a super cute butt
I got scared off of tor boards after the first thread I saw was about underage gravure
I think it varies person to person, or your environment might be different due to the tor thing. Sometimes people have bad days and they seem like a bad poster when really they just made a mistakes or a misjudgement. It definitely helps to have multiple people looking at it before taking action. >Kissu is very lucky to have a lot of good people here.
The people I'm thinking of would probably get banned here on their first post. On a Tor board with no accounts, mods can't ban anyone; they just have to clean up the mess when it happens.
To give an example, there was one guy who would repeatedly post threads where he would rant to himself over multiple posts about his political enemies, talking about how he wanted to kill them and their children. Rules like "no identity politics" just meant that instead of rants about "anti-White" people and "Israelis" he would post rants about "racketeers."
I think I've become a better poster, but mods think the opposite.
I think I've become more boring with every passing year. Kind of sad when I think about it. I used to be a fountain of OC in my teens, but that is long ago. I certainly shitpost a lot less and less likely to let my emotions get the best of me so hopefully I am less obnoxious and more or less just noise.>>116825
I used to think having clearweb boards that allow Tor posting was ideal because it lets me feel truly anonymous and being clearweb it's more likely to have a moderation team that actually cares about getting rid of illicit material or discussions of it, but I've come to terms with it being a horrible negative that only hurts the site. I'd rather miss out on a few real legal and taboo conversations than deal with the trolls and the unbannable. It also makes it a lot easier for mods to figure out which posters are only a fountain of negativity scaring posters away when you can attribute 9 out of 10 such posts coming from a single location.
There are some good tor boards but most arent in english. Like boards about drug use in countries like Korea
I understand this man. It feels wistful.
i'm doing way better now and i'm very happy with where i'm at
especially throughout this last year it was great>>117013
kimi ga kimo