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44230 No.17541   [Delete]   [Edit]  [Reply]

What would it take to revive this place?

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>>17579
Your posts made me incredibility depressed...

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>>17582
Sorry, I didn't mean that. Truth be told I'm getting nostalgic way too hard recently, as I recall what this site was like just a couple of years ago, and this makes me horribly sad. Instead of moving on, I just let it keep me bugging by coming back here and reading old threads over and over. I just can't abandon this place, even if it's a shadow of its own past.

But on the other hand I'm just too well aware the chances of it becoming as lively as it used to be are close to zero. Which, of course, makes me even more depressed about that.

It... it's funny, right? To be so obsessed over an imageboard. But for me it's more than imageboard. This community was with me when I was watching RM for a first time. It was there when, before I got me some tripcode, I was most hyped about this series. On top of that I met here the first person from my country's anime fanbase, we even have been sharing a flat for some time. Here on Desuchan is also where I shared all my thoughts, speculations and expectations towards S3, as well as grief after it was over and Tales were cancelled. Then I thought it really is end of the story for this community, and after that I came every now and then just to check site's still dead and sometimes to make a few least significant posts. But as I saw all of this nostalgiafaggotry going on around here recently, something made me stay here for a little longer and recall all good these memories regarding this site. Something broke inside of me. I just had to join this little commotion. Sorry my posts are so depressing for you, but it can't be helped. This is as I see Desuchan's situation right now. It was superb when RM hype was still a thing, but it's gone, most likely forever. But oh believe me, I would do just about anything to make this site lively and relevant again. Only that I can't do shit. All that's left is grief.

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>>17583
https://boards.4chan.org/bant/rozen
maybe this place will give you more comfort..

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>>17584
I just clicked your link, and it leads to a board with no posts at all on it.
How is that supposed to be a comfort?

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>>17585
It's actually a search result, and it returns one thread.

>>17584
Thank you, it's nice of you.



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[21:27:32] <Fedor> Erm, just wanted to ask if someone could please fix open proxy error on desuchan
[21:27:58] <Fedor> I can't post on any board neither from PC nor mobile phone, I have no idea
[21:30:11] <Fedor> I just want to join nostalgiafags that suddenly are posting all over the place

Hi there, welcome back. I poked site admin with your query, no response yet.

Could you hang out in #desuchan a while? There may be questions about your specific issue.

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test

>> No.17580   [Delete]   [Edit]

Thanks for the help guys. Glad to be back.
Polite sage.

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>>17580
Glad we got it sorted. :)
p.s. - EVERYONE USES NOKO



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45998 No.17566   [Delete]   [Edit]  [Reply]

To cross the sea without heaven's knowledge, one had to move openly over the sea but act as if one did not intend to cross it.

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I found another good one in my collection. It's from Nietzsche's "Twilight of the Idols" and even though he speaks about Germany, his words still hold general significance:

5 - What the Germans Need

No one is free any longer in present-day Germany to give their children a noble education: our 'high' schools are without exception geared to the most ambiguous mediocrity, with teachers, teaching plans, teaching objectives. And everywhere an indecent haste prevails, as though something would be missed if the young man of 23 were not yet 'finished', did not yet know the answer to the 'main question': which occupation? - A higher kind of man, if I may be forgiven for saying so, does not like 'occupations', precisely because he knows he has a calling.. He has time, he takes his time, he does not even think of getting 'finished' -- at thirty you are, in the sense of high culture, a beginner, a child.

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I like this one, it's again from Nietzsche (Human, all too Human):

29 - Drunk with the odour of blossoms.

The ship of mankind has, one believes, a deeper and deeper draught the more heavily it is laden; one believes that the more profoundly a man thinks, the more tenderly he feels, the more highly he rates himself, the greater the distance grows between him and the other animals -- the more he appears as the genius among animals -- the closer he will get to the true nature of the world and to a knowledge of it: this he does in fact do through science, but he thinks he does so even more through his arts and religions. These are, to be sure, a blossom of the world, but they are certainly not closer to the roots of the world than the stem is: they provide us with no better understanding of the nature of things at all, although almost everyone believes they do. It is error that has made mankind so profound, tender, inventive as to produce such a flower as the arts and religions. Pure knowledge would have been incapable of it. Anyone who unveiled to us the nature of the world would produce for all of us the most unpleasant disappointment. It is not the world as thing in itself, it is the world as idea (as error) that is so full of significance, profound, marvellous and bearing in its womb all happiness and unhappiness. This consequence leads to a philosophy of logical world-denial: which can, however, be united with a practical world-affirmation just as easily with its opposite.

I find this section fascinating. Sometimes I think Nietzsche was closer to his hated romantic contemporaries than he thought.



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9405 No.17571   [Delete]   [Edit]  [Reply]

Man, i can't believe this place is still kicking.

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DESU FOREVER!

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This is my first time ever on this board? Should I stay?

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>>17573
You're welcome to stay. Take a peek around!
It's not a super-fast moving imageboard though, so don't expect immediate replies ;)

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>>17573
this board is for the anonymous gentleman only. patient and well-read, every post has to be a masterpiece due to the low speed here.



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59581 No.17488   [Delete]   [Edit]  [Reply]

We're all getting older huh?

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>>17518
There's a lot of bitterness and nostalgia for the good old days until you just give up.

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>>17518
Eh it's whatever. Once 4chan got on Fox News it went downhill pretty fast.

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>>17493
Ancientfag here.

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I wish I could know that wide eyed joy of saying "i herd u liek mudkipz" again. It's over 9000!! longcat is long! haha

what happened to me man

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just found this one



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30314 No.17532   [Delete]   [Edit]  [Reply]

hi vlad

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>>17532
Not sure who vlad is but hi OP.

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>>17534
Aww, crap - I was intending to delete that after he saw it.

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delete urself my man

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tst



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427019 No.17551   [Delete]   [Edit]  [Reply]

If any of you remember a place called the clubhouse, the asylum, or the parlor, the one year anniversary is tomorrow so please come back to us old friends and have fun.

affz5mj



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712740 No.17548   [Delete]   [Edit]  [Reply]

Would you vote?

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no



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244748 No.17533   [Delete]   [Edit]  [Reply]

How do I post on Aurorachan?

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For me it's too interesting what's wrong with aurorachan?



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764223 No.17536   [Delete]   [Edit]  [Reply]

Everything I don't like is shit.

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ya

>> No.17540   [Delete]   [Edit]

no but everything you like shit



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