Circumventing ISP Bans Through CAPTCHA Fun
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I propose that if your ISP is banned, you be allowed the option to visit a special form where you can fill out three hundred captchas, upon the completion of which your individual IP address will be allowed through the net.
This helps out in some ways:
1. People who happen to using a banned ISP or in a banned country will not have to buy a 4chan pass to bypass the net. (This is a net negative for moot's jewgoldhoard, but some users might find it welcome.)
2. If an ISP ban can be passed through ten or fifteen minutes of grunt labor, then it will be more viable to ban the ISPs of chronic ban evaders (for example, people who get banned dozens of times within a single day and continuously evade). They will still be able to evade, but it will be a lot more work.
Legitimate users sharing an ISP would be inconvenienced, but since legitimate users tend to keep the same IP address for extended periods of time, this would be a one-time (or once a week) inconvenience for most of the people so afflicted.
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At first, I was very skeptical about this new board. Shit 4chan Says? What the hell is this? How is this a good idea, and what will it contribute to 4chan? It's not actually going to STOP any shitposting in other boards. With low spirits, I headed to this new board just to see how bad it was. And it was bad. "DUBSDUBSDUBS" "CHEKC UR PRIVLEG" "FEMANISMSZ!" Oh god, it was everything bad about every other board and more. With a sunken heart, I clicked back to my regular boards of browsing.
But a couple days later I went back to /s4s/. I don't know why, I just did. Not only did I go back, I actually found myself enjoying some of the things people were posting, things that would've made me mad if I saw them on my other boards, things that felt... some how close to me--things that reminded me of the old days of /b/.
Ah, /b/. People say that /b/ used to be good, to which "/b/ was never good," is the common response, but I think right now /b/ is much better than it's ever been. But this is not a good thing. /b/ is supposed to be bad, it's the asshole of the internet, when /b/ goes down, it's like the rest of the internet is having diarrhea. Trying to raid /b/ is like pissing into an ocean of piss, but have you seen /b/ these days? It's almost like a legitimate board.
Anyways, I just want to thank moot, or whoever's idea it was to create /s4s/. Today I saw a Milhouse thread on /s4s/. Thank you. Thank you for giving me back the shitstain community I remember in /b/. Here's hoping it isn't an elaborate April Furs Day trap.
TV/film on /co/
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Myself and severa other /co/mrades would like float the idea of removing discussion of live action material from /co/, even if the material is related to comics are cartoons.
With /co/ discussion encompassing comics, cartoon shows, animated features, webcomics, television shows and films, draw threads, toonami or childhood anime, western porn and fetish threads, and the plethora of off-topic nonsense any board gets competition for board is very tight.
Even tangentially related stuff get's free reign. Star Trek has a few comic books that very few people read, and thus discussion of thr Next generation of DS9 is allowed to proliferate. Same for Doctor Who and other subjects
Simply put, I'd suggest that anyone who wished to discuss the Walking Dead TV show, or Nolan's Batman films would kindly take them to their appropriate board of /tv/ where people are usually very excited and eager to speak on those topics anyways.