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Do not post or request personal information ("dox") or calls to invasion ("raids").
Personal army requests of any form are strictly forbidden.
WebM files with sound can now be uploaded!
I totalled my favorite umbrella today while biking. It holds a huge amount of sentimental value and I need help replacing it. I’ve been searching for a half hour trying to find the same one and got nothing. Please help me.
Does anyone know the name of this song?https://vocaroo.com/i/s0krXcpPixmfI found it in the French film "Les innocents" but I'm afraid it doesn't appear on the credits.
I really like the design of 4chan, specifically:>no upvotes/downvotes, which means unpopular opinions aren't hidden, and you don't feel pressured to try and pander to rest of the community>you can post any on-topic thread you want, at any time. So if you feel like discussing a certain movie, you can go ahead and post about it - you don't need to bump an old, dead thread that no one will bother looking at once bumped>it's anonymous, allowing you to post what you want in one thread, without anyone else knowing in another thread. This stops people holding grudges and discounting your opinion on a current topic because of what you've said in a past topicMy issue with /tv/ is that whilst it can be good for memes, the discussions are often very poor. The most you'll often get is a binary "it's kino" or "it's shit", without an explanation (and if there is one it's usually highly unconvincing). I've also found that not many users have watched the films I quite often want to discuss, despite them being pretty well known classics. It's not what I'd like for actual film discussion, so I was hoping I could find an alternative. I can't imagine I'll leave /tv/ since I've been there for 6 years, but I'd love to have a bit of variety.If there are any active movie discussion forums that have the above criteria, I'd love to hear about them. Having all 3 is probably a hard ask, but anything that comes close would be greatly appreciated (being anonymous is probably the least important of the 3).
Really any site where people have to create an account/login you should give a try. Nobody wants to waste their time to create an account just to get it banned 100 times a day just for shitposting.quick google search lead me to this one page http://film-forums.com/movie-forums-imdb-message-boards-alternative/ that has some options. I would probably go with blu-ray.com to start with. Looks decent to me. People may be halfway serious on there.
>>668835Thank you for the suggestion.Blu-ray.com seems okay, but it doesn't look like you get many threads discussing individual old movies. I've been thinking since the online landscape has changed that maybe it would be best to make an alt Facebook account and try and engage with people through it. Unfortunately most, if not all, Facebook groups seem to be there for shitposting.
>>668953you can try the straightdope https://www.straightdope.com/this is there like media sectoinhttps://boards.straightdope.com/sdmb/forumdisplay.php?s=bad49e482236f1d680cc365dc2c31a0c&f=13I'm warning you the people there take intellectual discussion seriously and to a level I haven't seen anywhere else. They're really high up on themselves. May be what you're looking for. I'd really give that a shot. Sometimes they do derail into a shitpost storm but in a way that makes them appear intelligent and self-composed.Either way check it out for the laughs. Shit is something else over there.
>>668956Just wanted to say thank you, anon. I'll give the place a look - should be an interesting read even if I don't stay.
Can someone please replace the text in this photo to "My Goods" Pretty please
Where can I get lossless videogame soundtracks besides private trackers?
Need anime recommendations. Looking for top-tier anime,any good anime with interesting story.
Amaama to Inazuma
can i get some embarrased/ turned on reactions plox
where can i watch the English dub for digimon tri?
>>669231>English dubPlease leave, Netflix based anime consumer.
Can someone explain this to me like I'm a retard. How does the clk_reg slow down the c_clk or oscpin? I understand everything up to and including the if statement but I don't understand how this clock actually works. Someone please help.
I believe clkin is a 12MHz clock on an FPGA board in this case.
does anyone happen to have that one pic of Giorno sucking on a sushi roll?I'm preeeetty sure it's sfw, do let me know otherwise
that sounds hot
it was, and it was pretty cute, too. Debating just commissioning a drawing because I feel I may never find it again.bumo
Looking for anime recommendations. My favorite is higurashi. So if there is any good mystery or horror anime i would greatly appriciate it.
For a debate in school, I have to be pro-parental monitoring online. I'm using challenges and disturbing events to prove why parents should monitor their kids. I just need one more event. I already have:- The Momo Challenge-The Blue Whale Challenge - YouTube Pedophiles
>>669022pictures of black people
>>669022You forgot 4chan.
Shock material parodies of children's cartoonshttps://www.bbc.com/news/blogs-trending-39381889
>>669022go on youtube and search obey the walrus. Just play that video
Is there a list of discriminatory slurs in English by country/region? Words like chink, gook, etc.
Poojit (Indians), Bongal (niglets of Eastern Bengal aka Bangladesh), Mog (Arakanese), Abbo (Australoid negrito)
>>669099used to be swearasaurus on a site called insultmonger, but the site is down and "swearasaurus" is now some kid's bookyou could try http://www.urbandictionary.com/
>>669190>aussie*, kiwi>kiwi*, aussiegold
Is there an higher quality version of this Apu?
Looks like a Harold edit of the small apu.