(Original post by Samtooth)
No, but we don't punish the street for being the place where the attack took place. A small minority of its clientell may be involved in some form of illegal activity; 4chan is not illegal.
"HURR DURR SO LETS SHUT IT DOWN DRINK UR RINGPIECE LOLOLOL".
You think they dont shut down nightclubs where excessive amounts of trouble take place?
Your ringpiece must be gasping now.
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(Original post by ChunkymunkyDJC)
The thing that baffles me if how people seem to show off being a 4chan-er, it is probably the saddest thing in existence.
Don't know, I spent over 2 and a half years addicted to it, now it's rare for me to go on. I'm not ashamed of it though, you just needed to know how it works in order to find all the interesting parts, if you ever noticed, most news articles were posted on 4chan hours before they are on TSR and you could get good debates (contrary to popular belief).
Also, I think it's wrong that you say the whole of 4chan is a sad thing because back when I was a regular user, the sport, technology, auto, photography, food & cooking were the same to the TSR equivalents but even more helpful usually (maybe that was down to it being more active).
I have to say, I spent a loooong time looking at those "When you see it, you'll __ bricks" pictures.
It's fairly entertaining if you're bored, but some of the stuff is borderline sick though. I've only ever looked at /b/ because of all the publicity it got after the youtube thing (which was quite funny).