>>3263>I don't fit the bill as of now
it´s more about a personal mindset for not regretting in the long run what I am shitposting. One always wonder if someone is spying us from behind and become too paranoid. However, if a faggot reads this and wants to know about something, they are doomed to learn something new. And mostly everybody stays in the comfort zone by learning almost nothing, so I highly doubt they care.>Doesn't always work. I have a theory that it mostly depends on the mentality (winner/loser) of the user in question.
of course,everything is relative when facing a problem. Life is not a formula, neither is dealing with anonymous people you don´t know nor are consistent at what they say all the time. It´s just a method that could serve at certain times but that´s it. Like you said with your compression method, nothing is the panacea.>on 4chan, in general.
ah. Well, I cannot speak about the entire site because I don´t lurk around the site that much save /mlp/, /mu/ and /v/. I sometimes lurk /co/ for a thread or two but for the most part, I barely visit any other boards with a certain frequency. They have stayed mostly the same I guess? I am definitely not the biggest expert of the site honestly and what boards have changed all that much or not.I would need to lurk constantly and see the changes and how threads get deleted.>but will need to look more into automated posting first.
I will say however, that a couple of faggots considered me once a Rarifag during mid 2017 because I had its general as one of my central threads to visit. Although that could be said for Twilight´s, Star Light´s and Fluttershy´s.
So basically, despite having my attachment to certain characters, like I have made with Celestia in this board for example, I have never reached to that zone where some faggots cannot escape.>From what I've heard, /a/ cared. A lot.
wow, I didn´t know that. Maybe they rejected circlejerkers of certain animes. I could imagine /a/ getting a contrarian behavior because of namefags that would keep mentioning Naruto or I don´t know, DBZ.>Not sold on the idol meme either. Double based. Same.>Well that's more les the definition of a hero, yes.
the ideal heroes are specialized at one or two things. Ad for the rest, they cannot physically hold up to those standards for different matters. there are idols that did absolutely awful things yet they are admired and follow their actions.
Up to one´s head I guess but yeah, like I had said, it´s down to those preference on does have at a certain time.>Is it really that bad as everyone makes it sound?I don't think so.
nope. Not everyone has those cases. I am just talking in extreme cases where its fans follow it too blindly.
I could put the example of a few "heroes" that not only shine at their musicianship (I mostly know about musicians) but also are great at what they think in their lives. But then, you wouldn´t put the hero tag but more as a normal person that had its problems and hits.
Hell, MLP does this all the time. Not only the supposed gods are good at what they do, but they also show their charm and flaws in their daily lives and actions. Part of the reason why I love Horse Play or slice of life stories around the princesses. Seen as heroes or outlandish figures yet the myths around them are not actually spectacular.