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4943. >Kovalenko-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 22:16:18          
> > If there is one group of people I hate more than ukrainians,
> > its the IRISH!!
> No problem with that, nigger. Irish and Ukrainians have similar destiny.

Being slaves and drinking way too much?

Reference: 2022/08/16(Tue) 14:27:38

4942. >Kovalenko-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 19:35:45          
> > In that case, couldn't you just take a modern imageboard script like 
> > jschan, strip out or disable all the features you don't want, and then 
> > customize it as you desire?
> Imageboard has a different design. They are usually multi-board and numerate
> each post per board. It looks like a basic feature, I need to rewrite the core
> to change than. Then why not just it from ground-up in a wierd language? I think
> I'd have some fun.
> So let's get back to my original question: I was just asking about weird / 
> unpopular languages, which I could with no problem apply to web backend.
> Do you know any? I've already tried Ruby, but Ruby is too slow.

The design really isn't that different between most 2ch-type BBS 
scripts and Futaba-style imageboard scripts, especially due to the 
latter having adopted many features of the former (sage, tripcodes, cap-
codes, etc) - it's just a matter of per-thread logs VS per-board logs/
a database for the most part, and the rest is all just aesthetics and 
configs (which are easily modifiable)

Hell, kokonotsuba is a Futaba-type imageboard script that can emulate 
the appearance of a 2ch-type board, and kareha is a 2ch-type script 
that can emulate the appearance of an imageboard - not to mention that 
tons of Japanese BBS scripts include an imageboard mode (such as the 
script we're posting on rite now! ヽ(´ー`)ノ)

Per-board post numbers don't seem like a big issue to me unless ur goal 
is to perfectly replicate 2ch - which honestly it doesn't sound to me 
like it is. The only reason Amezou (and by extension, 2ch) was ever 
like that in the first place was cuz they nigger rigged a system where 
each thread was designated a seperate log file that would be viewed 
with a modified version of MiniBBS in a very crude attempt to seperate 
threads from the board index (thus making threads with many replies 
more viable)

And while jschan does have multiboard features and an 8chan-like board 
creation and management system built-in (which can be disabled), being 
multiboard is nearly always entirely optional when it comes to these 
kinds of scripts - in fact, the majority of them are only designed to 
be a single board, and if you want multiple boards then you have to 
manually set up multiple instances of the script and make your own home-
page/menu to link them all together (;^Д^)

Reference: 2022/08/16(Tue) 18:23:53

4941. >Anonymous-san   User: Kovalenko   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 18:23:53             
> In that case, couldn't you just take a modern imageboard script like 
> jschan, strip out or disable all the features you don't want, and then 
> customize it as you desire?
Imageboard has a different design. They are usually multi-board and numerate
each post per board. It looks like a basic feature, I need to rewrite the core
to change than. Then why not just it from ground-up in a wierd language? I think
I'd have some fun.

So let's get back to my original question: I was just asking about weird / 
unpopular languages, which I could with no problem apply to web backend.

Do you know any? I've already tried Ruby, but Ruby is too slow.

Reference: 2022/08/16(Tue) 18:11:11

4940. >Kovalenko-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 18:11:11          
> > If you want to see what a 2ch-type BBS with tons of kewl features looks 
> > like - one that doesn't require a seperate browser/app to view/use the 
> > extra features liek 2ch/5ch does - see open2ch: https://open2ch.net
> > (you can use this page to see the most active boards: 
> > https://open2ch.net/dev/toukei/ )
> > They've got quotelink previews on hover and inline reply previews, but 
> > those are probably the least interesting features of all. They've got 
> > oekaki, images via embeds, a multiroom chatbox, polls, VoIP chat/stream-
> > ing, a way of registering users to prevent copycats including the abili-
> > ty to have an avatar, realtime thread rankings, advanced thread modera-
> > tion tools for thread makers that allow them to assign other posters as 
> > mods or ban users from the thread, a map function, board creation, and 
> > moar
> > It really makes the Western-invented term "textboard" sound kinda 
> > stupid, doesn't it? ヽ(´ー`)ノ
> Thanks for the links. This website restricts access for UA IPs for some 
> reason, I have to use VPN, lol.
> From the first look, yeah, that's definitely not what Western people
> define with the term "textboard". And not what I'd like to develop and 
> deploy.
> My goals are:
> 1. Single-board text BBS with threads (Kareha-style).
> 2. Technobabble language for backend (e.g. Scheme Guile, but I also ask 
>    for your hipster advise).
> 3. Simple, but not simplistic design. Modern web dev techniques considered.
> 4. Comfy UI features from imageboards.
> That's it. I don't think it would grow large, especially if I make it 
> localized in Ukrainian. (;´Д`)

In that case, couldn't you just take a modern imageboard script like 
jschan, strip out or disable all the features you don't want, and then 
customize it as you desire?

Reference: 2022/08/16(Tue) 17:57:13

4939.    User: Anonymous   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 18:10:14          
The only n00bs here are those who think you need to use the follow-up 
function to reply ヽ(´ー`)ノ

4938. >Anonymous-san   User: Kovalenko   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 18:02:32             
> > That is really not something to be proud of (;´Д`)
> who are you quoting

I think that noob replied to that *dev man* guy: https://ayashii.net/bbs.php?m=f&s=4927&c=58

Reference: 2022/08/16(Tue) 16:27:35

4937. >Anonymous-san   User: Kovalenko   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 17:57:13             
> If you want to see what a 2ch-type BBS with tons of kewl features looks 
> like - one that doesn't require a seperate browser/app to view/use the 
> extra features liek 2ch/5ch does - see open2ch: https://open2ch.net
> (you can use this page to see the most active boards: 
> https://open2ch.net/dev/toukei/ )
> They've got quotelink previews on hover and inline reply previews, but 
> those are probably the least interesting features of all. They've got 
> oekaki, images via embeds, a multiroom chatbox, polls, VoIP chat/stream-
> ing, a way of registering users to prevent copycats including the abili-
> ty to have an avatar, realtime thread rankings, advanced thread modera-
> tion tools for thread makers that allow them to assign other posters as 
> mods or ban users from the thread, a map function, board creation, and 
> moar
> It really makes the Western-invented term "textboard" sound kinda 
> stupid, doesn't it? ヽ(´ー`)ノ

Thanks for the links. This website restricts access for UA IPs for some 
reason, I have to use VPN, lol.

From the first look, yeah, that's definitely not what Western people
define with the term "textboard". And not what I'd like to develop and 
deploy.

My goals are:

1. Single-board text BBS with threads (Kareha-style).
2. Technobabble language for backend (e.g. Scheme Guile, but I also ask 
   for your hipster advise).
3. Simple, but not simplistic design. Modern web dev techniques considered.
4. Comfy UI features from imageboards.

That's it. I don't think it would grow large, especially if I make it 
localized in Ukrainian. (;´Д`)

Reference: 2022/08/16(Tue) 17:26:36

4936. >Kovalenko-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 17:26:36          
> >Are the lack of Javascript and cookies a bug, or a feature ?
> I am not a fan of JS bloat, but I definitely appreciate when I can 
> click once/hover instead of typing everything by hand / open a new webpage.
> > I would like to ask again what new features you want to bring to the 
> > table, so to speak. Cookies to remember your name and email/link make
> > sense. What about things like giving the thread OP an option to enable
> > IDs in the thread?
> I don't think that matters. Classic Kareha with sane JS UI 4chan features like post preview
> by hovering the >>666 kind of link would work, as for me. There are literally no textboards 
> like that as far as I concerned.
> But of course its backend should be more maintainable that Perl5 script from early 2000's.
> > As the author of the textboard article on Wikipedia and several 
> > textboard scripts, my opinion is that tags have a lot to offer these
> > kinds of boards. Per-thread ATOM feeds, as well. 
> Booru garbage? I don't like it, I never use those tags. And I think no one does,
> at least on non-niche booru imageboards (like Neboard, probably the only one 
> I visit from time to time).
> Also, you must be ashamed of yourself to write Wikipedia articles for free. ヽ(´ー`)ノ
> > I've also wondered
> > about how tripcodes (pseudo registration) could be expanded in the 
> > modern age: maybe Oauth or PGP-based identities?
> > The nice thing about a tripcode is that it can be used on other sites
> > in this family of forums. The downsides is that they are easily 
> > spoofed and not especially user friendly. Being able to post as an 
> > off-site identity, eg your Twitter/Mastodon/email (opt in) has its
> > advantages.... while it was generally a failure, I still think 1chan
> > was notable in its approach to handling identities (every user has an 
> > account, anonymous by default, checkbox to show "user" a la "CAPCODES")
> How about forcing anonymity? Tripfags and other pseudonymous folx could go to twitter.
> =====================================================
> ==-------------------------------------------------==
> =====================================================
> Ok, if you are asking about real novelties, I think I could create an Emacs client. 
> But it's also not a brand new feature, some guy already made it for SchemeBBS.
> To be honest, I would better think of finding some good old format and 
> refresh it with modern web dev tech. Maybe, not even Kareha/2ch, but lost and forgotten.
> I couldn't find anything more interesting yet, though.
> >65-80 chars per line
> >is a nice, sane standard.
> Ok, nigger, but why wouldn't you do it on server-side? Simply insert \n every 60-80 chars 
> after some whitespace, when your PHP script compiles an HTML page.

If you want to see what a 2ch-type BBS with tons of kewl features looks 
like - one that doesn't require a seperate browser/app to view/use the 
extra features liek 2ch/5ch does - see open2ch: https://open2ch.net

(you can use this page to see the most active boards: 
https://open2ch.net/dev/toukei/ )

They've got quotelink previews on hover and inline reply previews, but 
those are probably the least interesting features of all. They've got 
oekaki, images via embeds, a multiroom chatbox, polls, VoIP chat/stream-
ing, a way of registering users to prevent copycats including the abili-
ty to have an avatar, realtime thread rankings, advanced thread modera-
tion tools for thread makers that allow them to assign other posters as 
mods or ban users from the thread, a map function, board creation, and 
moar

It really makes the Western-invented term "textboard" sound kinda 
stupid, doesn't it? ヽ(´ー`)ノ

Reference: 2022/08/16(Tue) 16:51:00

4935. >Anonymous-san   User: Kovalenko   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 16:52:28             
> why is kokonotsuba not on that site?

Your kakanokaka has no comments in English. Maybe, fix that before applying.

Reference: 2022/08/16(Tue) 16:31:07

4934. >dev man-san   User: Kovalenko   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 16:51:00             
>Are the lack of Javascript and cookies a bug, or a feature ?

I am not a fan of JS bloat, but I definitely appreciate when I can 
click once/hover instead of typing everything by hand / open a new webpage.

> I would like to ask again what new features you want to bring to the 
> table, so to speak. Cookies to remember your name and email/link make
> sense. What about things like giving the thread OP an option to enable
> IDs in the thread?

I don't think that matters. Classic Kareha with sane JS UI 4chan features like post preview
by hovering the >>666 kind of link would work, as for me. There are literally no textboards 
like that as far as I concerned.

But of course its backend should be more maintainable that Perl5 script from early 2000's.

> As the author of the textboard article on Wikipedia and several 
> textboard scripts, my opinion is that tags have a lot to offer these
> kinds of boards. Per-thread ATOM feeds, as well. 

Booru garbage? I don't like it, I never use those tags. And I think no one does,
at least on non-niche booru imageboards (like Neboard, probably the only one 
I visit from time to time).

Also, you must be ashamed of yourself to write Wikipedia articles for free. ヽ(´ー`)ノ

> I've also wondered
> about how tripcodes (pseudo registration) could be expanded in the 
> modern age: maybe Oauth or PGP-based identities?
> The nice thing about a tripcode is that it can be used on other sites
> in this family of forums. The downsides is that they are easily 
> spoofed and not especially user friendly. Being able to post as an 
> off-site identity, eg your Twitter/Mastodon/email (opt in) has its
> advantages.... while it was generally a failure, I still think 1chan
> was notable in its approach to handling identities (every user has an 
> account, anonymous by default, checkbox to show "user" a la "CAPCODES")

How about forcing anonymity? Tripfags and other pseudonymous folx could go to twitter.

=====================================================
==-------------------------------------------------==
=====================================================

Ok, if you are asking about real novelties, I think I could create an Emacs client. 
But it's also not a brand new feature, some guy already made it for SchemeBBS.

To be honest, I would better think of finding some good old format and 
refresh it with modern web dev tech. Maybe, not even Kareha/2ch, but lost and forgotten.
I couldn't find anything more interesting yet, though.

>65-80 chars per line
>is a nice, sane standard.

Ok, nigger, but why wouldn't you do it on server-side? Simply insert \n every 60-80 chars 
after some whitespace, when your PHP script compiles an HTML page.

Reference: 2022/08/16(Tue) 15:35:22

4933. >Anonymous-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 16:32:18          
> > That is really not something to be proud of (;´Д`)
> who are you quoting

The post that included that string of text ヽ(´ー`)ノ

Reference: 2022/08/16(Tue) 16:27:35

4932. >Kovalenko-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 16:31:07          
> > there are over 20 textboard scripts. they are easy to write whether in bash or C or go or JS etc etc etc. the real question is, what novel feature do you plan to bring to the table in your board?
> > http://overscript.net/
> I checked all textboard engines from overscript list yesterday and they are either too old/oldish or just lack features which are brought by JavaScript and modern web dev. (E.g. SchemeBBS doesn't have cookies, which makes you think).
> I've already polished and localized Kareha, but when it was finished, I stopped for a while to think: I probably don't want such an old script for my BBS.

why is kokonotsuba not on that site?

Reference: 2022/08/16(Tue) 15:23:45

4931. >dev man-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 16:30:22          
> > I checked all textboard engines from overscript list yesterday and 
> > they are either too old/oldish or just lack features which are 
> > brought by JavaScript and modern web dev. 
> > (E.g. SchemeBBS doesn't have cookies, which makes you think).
> Are the lack of Javascript and cookies a bug, or a feature ?
> > I've already polished and localized Kareha, but when it was finished, 
> > I stopped for a while to think: I probably don't want such an old 
> > script for my BBS.
> I would like to ask again what new features you want to bring to the 
> table, so to speak. Cookies to remember your name and email/link make
> sense. What about things like giving the thread OP an option to enable
> IDs in the thread? 
> As the author of the textboard article on Wikipedia and several 
> textboard scripts, my opinion is that tags have a lot to offer these
> kinds of boards. Per-thread ATOM feeds, as well. I've also wondered
> about how tripcodes (pseudo registration) could be expanded in the 
> modern age: maybe Oauth or PGP-based identities? 
> The nice thing about a tripcode is that it can be used on other sites
> in this family of forums. The downsides is that they are easily 
> spoofed and not especially user friendly. Being able to post as an 
> off-site identity, eg your Twitter/Mastodon/email (opt in) has its
> advantages.... while it was generally a failure, I still think 1chan
> was notable in its approach to handling identities (every user has an 
> account, anonymous by default, checkbox to show "user" a la "CAPCODES")

You will be fucking killed robert

Reference: 2022/08/16(Tue) 15:35:22

4930. >Anonymous-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 16:27:35          
> That is really not something to be proud of (;´Д`)

who are you quoting

Reference: 2022/08/16(Tue) 15:40:21

4929.    User: Anonymous   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 15:40:21          
>As the author of the textboard article on Wikipedia

That is really not something to be proud of (;´Д`)

4928. >Kovalenko-san   User: dev man   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 15:37:40             
> > there are over 20 textboard scripts. they are easy to write whether in bash or C or go or JS etc etc etc. the real question is, what novel feature do you plan to bring to the table in your board?
> > http://overscript.net/
> I checked all textboard engines from overscript list yesterday and they are either too old/oldish or just lack features which are brought by JavaScript and modern web dev. (E.g. SchemeBBS doesn't have cookies, which makes you think).
> I've already polished and localized Kareha, but when it was finished, I stopped for a while to think: I probably don't want such an old script for my BBS.

btw I apologize for not formatting that post properly, and kindly
ask that you manually wrap your future replies :) 65-80 chars per line
is a nice, sane standard.

Reference: 2022/08/16(Tue) 15:23:45

4927. >Kovalenko-san   User: dev man   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 15:35:22             
> I checked all textboard engines from overscript list yesterday and 
> they are either too old/oldish or just lack features which are 
> brought by JavaScript and modern web dev. 
> (E.g. SchemeBBS doesn't have cookies, which makes you think).
Are the lack of Javascript and cookies a bug, or a feature ?

> I've already polished and localized Kareha, but when it was finished, 
> I stopped for a while to think: I probably don't want such an old 
> script for my BBS.

I would like to ask again what new features you want to bring to the 
table, so to speak. Cookies to remember your name and email/link make
sense. What about things like giving the thread OP an option to enable
IDs in the thread? 

As the author of the textboard article on Wikipedia and several 
textboard scripts, my opinion is that tags have a lot to offer these
kinds of boards. Per-thread ATOM feeds, as well. I've also wondered
about how tripcodes (pseudo registration) could be expanded in the 
modern age: maybe Oauth or PGP-based identities? 

The nice thing about a tripcode is that it can be used on other sites
in this family of forums. The downsides is that they are easily 
spoofed and not especially user friendly. Being able to post as an 
off-site identity, eg your Twitter/Mastodon/email (opt in) has its
advantages.... while it was generally a failure, I still think 1chan
was notable in its approach to handling identities (every user has an 
account, anonymous by default, checkbox to show "user" a la "CAPCODES")

Reference: 2022/08/16(Tue) 15:23:45

4926. >dev man-san   User: Kovalenko   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 15:23:45             
> there are over 20 textboard scripts. they are easy to write whether in bash or C or go or JS etc etc etc. the real question is, what novel feature do you plan to bring to the table in your board?
> http://overscript.net/

I checked all textboard engines from overscript list yesterday and they are either too old/oldish or just lack features which are brought by JavaScript and modern web dev. (E.g. SchemeBBS doesn't have cookies, which makes you think).

I've already polished and localized Kareha, but when it was finished, I stopped for a while to think: I probably don't want such an old script for my BBS.

Reference: 2022/08/16(Tue) 14:36:42

4925. >dev man-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 15:00:18          
> > おまえ要らない。
> Can't access that live Remix instance. 
> Personally, I don't think there's much value in allowing people to make 
> their own boards. Maybe allowing a thread OP to moderate his own thread
> could be a valuable experiment, but most smaller sites suffer from 
> having too many boards rather than too few. 
> Look at ayashii.net, just one big board and it works fine. 
> I intend to add the "view all comments", "view threads", "view trees" 
> similar to what Ayashii.net has. Site admin can pick a few tags and 
> users can optionally select one or more when making a new thread.

Try this instead:
https://web.archive.org/web/20220816125251/http://www.strangeworld.ne.jp/remix/bbs.cgi

They're "boards" in the same way Strange World is a board - they're 
basically one big infinitely long thread/topic. Instead of tags, you 
just give the "board" a title, and there is a view that shows all posts 
from all "boards" in a single stream:
https://web.archive.org/web/20220816125427/http://www.strangeworld.ne.jp/remix/bbs.cgi?area=read&bgcolor=004040&custom=ffffff004040eeffeedddddd0&autolink=checked

There's no user board moderation, the admin is still responsible for 
that

Reference: 2022/08/16(Tue) 14:41:23

4924. >dev man-san   User: dev man   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 14:46:41             
Would you look at that, a tree-board with tags:
https://sw.newsupers.net/

Reference: 2022/08/15(Mon) 15:52:47

4923. >Anonymous-san   User: dev man   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 14:41:23             
> おまえ要らない。
Can't access that live Remix instance. 

Personally, I don't think there's much value in allowing people to make 
their own boards. Maybe allowing a thread OP to moderate his own thread
could be a valuable experiment, but most smaller sites suffer from 
having too many boards rather than too few. 

Look at ayashii.net, just one big board and it works fine. 

I intend to add the "view all comments", "view threads", "view trees" 
similar to what Ayashii.net has. Site admin can pick a few tags and 
users can optionally select one or more when making a new thread.

Reference: 2022/08/15(Mon) 18:04:55

4922. >Kovalenko-san   User: dev man   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 14:36:42             
there are over 20 textboard scripts. they are easy to write whether in bash or C or go or JS etc etc etc. the real question is, what novel feature do you plan to bring to the table in your board?

http://overscript.net/

Reference: 2022/08/16(Tue) 14:32:41

4921. Prog for /text/   User: Kovalenko   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 14:32:41             
Hello, dear Russian cucks,

I'd like to rewrite your sissy textboard engine in another language, which is as fast and simple as PHP, but not PHP. 

What would you advise? Technobabble langs are welcome here.

4920. >Anonymous-san   User: Kovalenko   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 14:27:38             
> If there is one group of people I hate more than ukrainians,
> its the IRISH!!

No problem with that, nigger. Irish and Ukrainians have similar destiny.

Reference: 2022/08/16(Tue) 09:32:28

4919. >Anonymous-san   User: 名無し   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 09:45:16             
It doesn't look bad... ( ´ω`)

Reference: 2021/05/19(Wed) 12:46:58

4918. >Kovalenko-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 09:32:28          
If there is one group of people I hate more than ukrainians,
its the IRISH!!

Reference: 2022/08/15(Mon) 22:33:23

4917. >Kuznetsov (fraudster)-san   User: lg   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 00:38:00             
> >Remove rusky scum from this board, please.
> (╬⊙Д⊙) WHAT?!

We found a faker (;゚Д゚)

Reference: 2022/08/16(Tue) 00:11:30

4916.    User: Kuznetsov (fraudster)   Post date: 2022/08/16(Tue) 00:11:30             
>Remove rusky scum from this board, please.
(╬⊙Д⊙) WHAT?!

4915. Glory to Ukraine!   User: Kovalenko   Post date: 2022/08/15(Mon) 22:33:23             
Remove rusky scum from this board, please.

4914. >dev man-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2022/08/15(Mon) 18:04:55          
> working on a clone of this software that also features "tags" in 
> lieu of boards... any ideas for things to add? ヽ(´∇`)ノ
> yes i have seen https://dis.tinychan.net/read/prog/1610421859
> https://twitter.com/GnosisNeet/status/1558742906873462785

I don't know about that, but did you ever see Remix? It's basically an 
Ayashii World script where users can create "boards" (a single board 
being essentially what we're posting on here) which would be assigned 
to pre-existing categories. There's no "tree view", because that was a 
relatively late addition to Ayashii scripts (around 2003), and Remix 
predates that by 3~4 years

There's a live Remix instance in operation here if you want to see what 
it looks like: http://www.strangeworld.ne.jp/remix/bbs.cgi

We did have our own "Heyuri Remix" for a while, which used a later but 
lesser known version of the script that I had recovered and translated, 
but it's currently out of operation (;´Д`) (you can find the transla-
ted version of the script here: https://github.com/Heyuri/HeyuriRemix )

Reference: 2022/08/15(Mon) 15:52:47

4913.    User: Anonymous   Post date: 2022/08/15(Mon) 16:01:10          
willy

4912. a new tree board   User: dev man   Post date: 2022/08/15(Mon) 15:52:47             
working on a clone of this software that also features "tags" in 
lieu of boards... any ideas for things to add? ヽ(´∇`)ノ

yes i have seen https://dis.tinychan.net/read/prog/1610421859

https://twitter.com/GnosisNeet/status/1558742906873462785

4911.    User: Kuznetsov   Post date: 2022/08/15(Mon) 04:33:00             
NEVER
NEEEVVVERRRR
NEEEEEEVVVERRR
UHHHH GAAAINNNNNNNNNNNNNN
NEEEEEEVVVRRR
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4910. >Anonymous-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2022/08/14(Sun) 20:50:11          
> In a ward in the loony bin someone shouts:
> "I WAS SENT BY GOD AS A MESSENGER!!!"
> Outside the room someone else replies:
> "Sir, you are being delusional. I didn't send anyone!"
> (´∇`)wwwww

Even kamisama is in the nuthouse!? (;゚∇゚)

Reference: 2022/08/14(Sun) 20:45:50

4909.    User: Anonymous   Post date: 2022/08/14(Sun) 20:45:50          
In a ward in the loony bin someone shouts:
"I WAS SENT BY GOD AS A MESSENGER!!!"
Outside the room someone else replies:
"Sir, you are being delusional. I didn't send anyone!"
(´∇`)wwwww

4908.    User: Anonymous   Post date: 2022/08/14(Sun) 19:48:04          
teh egg...

4907. >Anonymous-san   User: kaguya (fraudster)   Post date: 2022/08/14(Sun) 17:18:03             
> WTF is kaguya going to do with a nest??? (´Д`)
lay eggs ヽ(´ー`)ノ

Reference: 2022/08/14(Sun) 00:48:17

4906. >Anonymous-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2022/08/14(Sun) 00:48:17          
> > hell no kuz bought nft's (;´Д`)
> Nests For Turkeys? What a charitable cause!

WTF is kaguya going to do with a nest??? (´Д`)

Reference: 2022/08/14(Sun) 00:35:40

4905. >Anonymous-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2022/08/14(Sun) 00:35:40          
> > Im about to dump alot of money into something that may make me extremely rich
> hell no kuz bought nft's (;´Д`)

Nests For Turkeys? What a charitable cause!

Reference: 2022/08/13(Sat) 17:46:11

4904. >Kuznetsov-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2022/08/13(Sat) 17:46:11          
> Im about to dump alot of money into something that may make me extremely rich
hell no kuz bought nft's (;´Д`)

Reference: 2022/08/13(Sat) 03:25:53

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