pokemaids:


What’s your fav pokemon? My is Audino~

Hey, thanks for the submission, but please include a source to the original material next time. Thankfully, Google Images managed to find it for me; this one was made by fiztheancient2 (Tumblr link), or FizTheAncient (DA Link).

If anyone else has any lovely-dressed pokemon art that isn’t on here, please feel free to submit. However I’d like them to be properly sourced, or if you made it yourself, please have a link to yourself and state so!! Thank you!!

Hah no that’s not Fiz’s tumblr account.  The real one is fiztheancient.tumblr.com

pokemaids:

What’s your fav pokemon? My is Audino~

Hey, thanks for the submission, but please include a source to the original material next time. Thankfully, Google Images managed to find it for me; this one was made by fiztheancient2 (Tumblr link), or FizTheAncient (DA Link).

If anyone else has any lovely-dressed pokemon art that isn’t on here, please feel free to submit. However I’d like them to be properly sourced, or if you made it yourself, please have a link to yourself and state so!! Thank you!!

Hah no that’s not Fiz’s tumblr account. The real one is fiztheancient.tumblr.com

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More Cooking Mama

eviijelly:

japanese3ds:

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Yet another Cooking Mama game is coming to 3DS with Cooking Mama: My Sweets Shop coming out both physically and digitally for ¥4,968 on 6 November. Box art above and screenshot below! Teaser site at http://www.ofcr.co.jp/new/cookingmama_sweets.html

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It keeps happening…

Cooking Mama 4DS: Old People’s Home

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Anonymous said: Are black people cunts good to send in too..? ;~; I'm self conscious about my pussy.

copesetic:

stupidoomdoodles:

black cunts are awesome and beautiful and a miracle directly descended from the heavens go ahead do it do it do it

No no no no no no. Please don’t think liking a dark skinned woman’s vagina is fetishism.

it’s a vagina the exact same shape, colour, taste, texture and penile delight on the inside they’re all fuckin awesome ok
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religiousdad:

sp00nysp00nicus:

darvinasafo:

I’m seeing a trend within our youth…
BLACK EXCELLENCE

That’s stupid, so what if he’s black Stop trying to put people in teams

the post is just celebrating the accomplishments of a black teenager, something the media rarely ever does. there’s nothing stupid about it 

hair is a crucial part of success
i am legit jealous of dreads, if whities could get away with that stuff without it looking like you’ve got mange and probably rabies from what looks like a chronic fear of water, i’d do it

religiousdad:

sp00nysp00nicus:

darvinasafo:

I’m seeing a trend within our youth…

BLACK EXCELLENCE

That’s stupid, so what if he’s black
Stop trying to put people in teams

the post is just celebrating the accomplishments of a black teenager, something the media rarely ever does. there’s nothing stupid about it 

hair is a crucial part of success

i am legit jealous of dreads, if whities could get away with that stuff without it looking like you’ve got mange and probably rabies from what looks like a chronic fear of water, i’d do it

(via ladyfuzztail)

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How to make good from suck.

How to make good from suck.

(Source: rivertrash, via wotter16)

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http://ladyfuzztail.tumblr.com/post/95310064931/cecilfhtagn-thepageofhopes

cecilfhtagn:

thepageofhopes:

antisjwyellowfang:

Just your daily reminders:

  • Racists are a problem
  • White people are not
  • Homophobes are a problem
  • Straight people are not
  • Transphobes are a problem
  • Cis people are not
  • Sexists are a problem
  • Men are not

And most…

Okay, I won’t be believed when I say I support the feminist movement because of what I’m saying next, but just because you’re fighting an obviously incorrect cultural phenomenon, that doesn’t mean applying the exact opposite kind of propaganda becomes anything else other than a logical fallacy. It is a fine message for empowerment, but just like rounding off a math equation result, you can’t suddenly go back to splitting hairs. The same arguments can be made in a fashion that can intellectually support itself, and is a near requirement for having any sway over people suspicious of your motives.

(Source: egalitarianyellowfang)

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salsapone:

younowwantcheeseontoast:

realguyfieri:

younowwantcheeseontoast:

realguyfieri:

younowwantcheeseontoast:

realguyfieri:

younowwantcheeseontoast:

floozys:

salsapone:

The amount of truth in this picture. 

deviantart told you to ‘honk if you’re furry’ and your dumb ass did

Uhhhh
All us Usenet/IRC grey hairs are just sitting here rolling our fucking eyes. First generation raised online - 4chan, newgrounds and SA of all places? Spare me.
None of those communities could survive without the media heavy, ball pit framework for these sites put in place by the generation preceding the so-called first generation. You don’t hear from us usually because we’re smart enough to blame people for being people and not for the sites they use. I’m not even in my thirties and I consider all the sites mentioned above as new-generation things.
Unfortunately I’m young enough to still enjoy making the odd hypocritical rant like this on social media - shucks, that really sticks a fork in the whole ego trip for everyone!
If you’ve never known a world without the world wide web, you shouldn’t be commenting as its not exactly ancient history and we’re all still here!

I love the fact that there someone found some strange motivation to make masturbatory little info pics like this to show how the internet, among a lot of other fun things, has accelerated the process of becoming an out-of-touch pensioner whining about the audacity of “kids these days” to a period of just about 8 years.  I don’t think generations are best defined by which website first taught us about memes.

It is fucking incredible just how accelerated life is the closer it is to technology. The hardware lifespans? Accelerated from 10+ years for a cputer line to about one, if that. Software? Fleeting.
I alternate between annoyance and utter amazement that in response to that, the people using it warped as fast too. Its becoming faster than decade fashions. It is truly remarkable.

It’s honestly just kind of disappointing to me.  I like maintaining optimism in regards to what’s going to happen to a full generation that’s grown up with access to so much information and so many people across the world.  There’s a chance for a much deeper familiarity and understanding, and hopefully a chance for a bit less fear.  Fear makes you stupid.  And plus, some of the people I care about most and make me happiest are hundreds or thousands of miles away, and having the modern capacity for that kind of thing is the coolest fucking thought in the world to me. 
But then seeing people wanting to prop themselves up because “I bet that asshole on pinterest doesn’t even know what longcat is,” is pretty fucking lame.  It’d be nice if a generation, one I consider myself a part of, doesn’t splinter away from a really cool opportunity to not be a bunch of shitheads because of this stupid cliquey shit.  Newgrounds was balls anyway.

I can’t pull apart where this massive game changer called ubiquitous computing started warping our psyches, and where providing a less filtered view of people’s minds just gave us millions of ready accessible, candid insights into the preexisting human mindset. But somehow I can’t bring myself to blame the technology for somehow converting everyone into totally isolated detached narcissists 100% by itself.

Yeah, I definitely don’t blame it either, it’s just given us an easier forum to be one all the time. And trying to pick out a single point in time for a shift kind of misses the point.  It feels like it’s just a massive acceleration in the recent past that turned generational conflict from a 30 year gap to something much, much smaller.  I mean, if you assume that acceleration is linear, than yeah you could probably pick out a point based on some criteria, but that’s not super interesting to me.
Or maybe it’s always been this way and this is just the first time I’ve been 27.  The point is still that Newgrounds is balls.

If I could undevelop one technology, it would be Flash, and by extension, Newgrounds. Fucking clock jokes.

OP here. You folks seem to be reasonable. I explained some of the reason why I posted this here.

Ehhh, it’s fine, it’s Tumblr after all and I was just treating myself to an Old Man Yells At Cloud moment.  In my mid-twenties.  I still haven’t quite come to terms to feeling annoyed at several newer ‘generations’ than myself at this point - it is fascinating (but I was genuinely annoyed at the ‘destroying the internet’ bit because that is objectively false)

salsapone:

younowwantcheeseontoast:

realguyfieri:

younowwantcheeseontoast:

realguyfieri:

younowwantcheeseontoast:

realguyfieri:

younowwantcheeseontoast:

floozys:

salsapone:

The amount of truth in this picture. 

deviantart told you to ‘honk if you’re furry’ and your dumb ass did

Uhhhh


All us Usenet/IRC grey hairs are just sitting here rolling our fucking eyes. First generation raised online - 4chan, newgrounds and SA of all places? Spare me.

None of those communities could survive without the media heavy, ball pit framework for these sites put in place by the generation preceding the so-called first generation. You don’t hear from us usually because we’re smart enough to blame people for being people and not for the sites they use. I’m not even in my thirties and I consider all the sites mentioned above as new-generation things.

Unfortunately I’m young enough to still enjoy making the odd hypocritical rant like this on social media - shucks, that really sticks a fork in the whole ego trip for everyone!

If you’ve never known a world without the world wide web, you shouldn’t be commenting as its not exactly ancient history and we’re all still here!

I love the fact that there someone found some strange motivation to make masturbatory little info pics like this to show how the internet, among a lot of other fun things, has accelerated the process of becoming an out-of-touch pensioner whining about the audacity of “kids these days” to a period of just about 8 years.  I don’t think generations are best defined by which website first taught us about memes.

It is fucking incredible just how accelerated life is the closer it is to technology. The hardware lifespans? Accelerated from 10+ years for a cputer line to about one, if that. Software? Fleeting.

I alternate between annoyance and utter amazement that in response to that, the people using it warped as fast too. Its becoming faster than decade fashions. It is truly remarkable.

It’s honestly just kind of disappointing to me.  I like maintaining optimism in regards to what’s going to happen to a full generation that’s grown up with access to so much information and so many people across the world.  There’s a chance for a much deeper familiarity and understanding, and hopefully a chance for a bit less fear.  Fear makes you stupid.  And plus, some of the people I care about most and make me happiest are hundreds or thousands of miles away, and having the modern capacity for that kind of thing is the coolest fucking thought in the world to me. 

But then seeing people wanting to prop themselves up because “I bet that asshole on pinterest doesn’t even know what longcat is,” is pretty fucking lame.  It’d be nice if a generation, one I consider myself a part of, doesn’t splinter away from a really cool opportunity to not be a bunch of shitheads because of this stupid cliquey shit.  Newgrounds was balls anyway.

I can’t pull apart where this massive game changer called ubiquitous computing started warping our psyches, and where providing a less filtered view of people’s minds just gave us millions of ready accessible, candid insights into the preexisting human mindset. But somehow I can’t bring myself to blame the technology for somehow converting everyone into totally isolated detached narcissists 100% by itself.

Yeah, I definitely don’t blame it either, it’s just given us an easier forum to be one all the time. And trying to pick out a single point in time for a shift kind of misses the point.  It feels like it’s just a massive acceleration in the recent past that turned generational conflict from a 30 year gap to something much, much smaller.  I mean, if you assume that acceleration is linear, than yeah you could probably pick out a point based on some criteria, but that’s not super interesting to me.

Or maybe it’s always been this way and this is just the first time I’ve been 27.  The point is still that Newgrounds is balls.

If I could undevelop one technology, it would be Flash, and by extension, Newgrounds. Fucking clock jokes.

OP here. You folks seem to be reasonable. I explained some of the reason why I posted this here.

Ehhh, it’s fine, it’s Tumblr after all and I was just treating myself to an Old Man Yells At Cloud moment. In my mid-twenties. I still haven’t quite come to terms to feeling annoyed at several newer ‘generations’ than myself at this point - it is fascinating (but I was genuinely annoyed at the ‘destroying the internet’ bit because that is objectively false)

1,878 notes

realguyfieri:

younowwantcheeseontoast:

realguyfieri:

younowwantcheeseontoast:

realguyfieri:

younowwantcheeseontoast:

floozys:

salsapone:

The amount of truth in this picture. 

deviantart told you to ‘honk if you’re furry’ and your dumb ass did

Uhhhh
All us Usenet/IRC grey hairs are just sitting here rolling our fucking eyes. First generation raised online - 4chan, newgrounds and SA of all places? Spare me.
None of those communities could survive without the media heavy, ball pit framework for these sites put in place by the generation preceding the so-called first generation. You don’t hear from us usually because we’re smart enough to blame people for being people and not for the sites they use. I’m not even in my thirties and I consider all the sites mentioned above as new-generation things.
Unfortunately I’m young enough to still enjoy making the odd hypocritical rant like this on social media - shucks, that really sticks a fork in the whole ego trip for everyone!
If you’ve never known a world without the world wide web, you shouldn’t be commenting as its not exactly ancient history and we’re all still here!

I love the fact that there someone found some strange motivation to make masturbatory little info pics like this to show how the internet, among a lot of other fun things, has accelerated the process of becoming an out-of-touch pensioner whining about the audacity of “kids these days” to a period of just about 8 years.  I don’t think generations are best defined by which website first taught us about memes.

It is fucking incredible just how accelerated life is the closer it is to technology. The hardware lifespans? Accelerated from 10+ years for a cputer line to about one, if that. Software? Fleeting.
I alternate between annoyance and utter amazement that in response to that, the people using it warped as fast too. Its becoming faster than decade fashions. It is truly remarkable.

It’s honestly just kind of disappointing to me.  I like maintaining optimism in regards to what’s going to happen to a full generation that’s grown up with access to so much information and so many people across the world.  There’s a chance for a much deeper familiarity and understanding, and hopefully a chance for a bit less fear.  Fear makes you stupid.  And plus, some of the people I care about most and make me happiest are hundreds or thousands of miles away, and having the modern capacity for that kind of thing is the coolest fucking thought in the world to me. 
But then seeing people wanting to prop themselves up because “I bet that asshole on pinterest doesn’t even know what longcat is,” is pretty fucking lame.  It’d be nice if a generation, one I consider myself a part of, doesn’t splinter away from a really cool opportunity to not be a bunch of shitheads because of this stupid cliquey shit.  Newgrounds was balls anyway.

I can’t pull apart where this massive game changer called ubiquitous computing started warping our psyches, and where providing a less filtered view of people’s minds just gave us millions of ready accessible, candid insights into the preexisting human mindset. But somehow I can’t bring myself to blame the technology for somehow converting everyone into totally isolated detached narcissists 100% by itself.

Yeah, I definitely don’t blame it either, it’s just given us an easier forum to be one all the time. And trying to pick out a single point in time for a shift kind of misses the point.  It feels like it’s just a massive acceleration in the recent past that turned generational conflict from a 30 year gap to something much, much smaller.  I mean, if you assume that acceleration is linear, than yeah you could probably pick out a point based on some criteria, but that’s not super interesting to me.
Or maybe it’s always been this way and this is just the first time I’ve been 27.  The point is still that Newgrounds is balls.

If I could undevelop one technology, it would be Flash, and by extension, Newgrounds.  Fucking clock jokes.

realguyfieri:

younowwantcheeseontoast:

realguyfieri:

younowwantcheeseontoast:

realguyfieri:

younowwantcheeseontoast:

floozys:

salsapone:

The amount of truth in this picture. 

deviantart told you to ‘honk if you’re furry’ and your dumb ass did

Uhhhh


All us Usenet/IRC grey hairs are just sitting here rolling our fucking eyes. First generation raised online - 4chan, newgrounds and SA of all places? Spare me.

None of those communities could survive without the media heavy, ball pit framework for these sites put in place by the generation preceding the so-called first generation. You don’t hear from us usually because we’re smart enough to blame people for being people and not for the sites they use. I’m not even in my thirties and I consider all the sites mentioned above as new-generation things.

Unfortunately I’m young enough to still enjoy making the odd hypocritical rant like this on social media - shucks, that really sticks a fork in the whole ego trip for everyone!

If you’ve never known a world without the world wide web, you shouldn’t be commenting as its not exactly ancient history and we’re all still here!

I love the fact that there someone found some strange motivation to make masturbatory little info pics like this to show how the internet, among a lot of other fun things, has accelerated the process of becoming an out-of-touch pensioner whining about the audacity of “kids these days” to a period of just about 8 years.  I don’t think generations are best defined by which website first taught us about memes.

It is fucking incredible just how accelerated life is the closer it is to technology. The hardware lifespans? Accelerated from 10+ years for a cputer line to about one, if that. Software? Fleeting.

I alternate between annoyance and utter amazement that in response to that, the people using it warped as fast too. Its becoming faster than decade fashions. It is truly remarkable.

It’s honestly just kind of disappointing to me.  I like maintaining optimism in regards to what’s going to happen to a full generation that’s grown up with access to so much information and so many people across the world.  There’s a chance for a much deeper familiarity and understanding, and hopefully a chance for a bit less fear.  Fear makes you stupid.  And plus, some of the people I care about most and make me happiest are hundreds or thousands of miles away, and having the modern capacity for that kind of thing is the coolest fucking thought in the world to me. 

But then seeing people wanting to prop themselves up because “I bet that asshole on pinterest doesn’t even know what longcat is,” is pretty fucking lame.  It’d be nice if a generation, one I consider myself a part of, doesn’t splinter away from a really cool opportunity to not be a bunch of shitheads because of this stupid cliquey shit.  Newgrounds was balls anyway.

I can’t pull apart where this massive game changer called ubiquitous computing started warping our psyches, and where providing a less filtered view of people’s minds just gave us millions of ready accessible, candid insights into the preexisting human mindset. But somehow I can’t bring myself to blame the technology for somehow converting everyone into totally isolated detached narcissists 100% by itself.

Yeah, I definitely don’t blame it either, it’s just given us an easier forum to be one all the time. And trying to pick out a single point in time for a shift kind of misses the point.  It feels like it’s just a massive acceleration in the recent past that turned generational conflict from a 30 year gap to something much, much smaller.  I mean, if you assume that acceleration is linear, than yeah you could probably pick out a point based on some criteria, but that’s not super interesting to me.

Or maybe it’s always been this way and this is just the first time I’ve been 27.  The point is still that Newgrounds is balls.

If I could undevelop one technology, it would be Flash, and by extension, Newgrounds. Fucking clock jokes.

1,878 notes

realguyfieri:

younowwantcheeseontoast:

realguyfieri:

younowwantcheeseontoast:

floozys:

salsapone:

The amount of truth in this picture. 

deviantart told you to ‘honk if you’re furry’ and your dumb ass did

Uhhhh
All us Usenet/IRC grey hairs are just sitting here rolling our fucking eyes. First generation raised online - 4chan, newgrounds and SA of all places? Spare me.
None of those communities could survive without the media heavy, ball pit framework for these sites put in place by the generation preceding the so-called first generation. You don’t hear from us usually because we’re smart enough to blame people for being people and not for the sites they use. I’m not even in my thirties and I consider all the sites mentioned above as new-generation things.
Unfortunately I’m young enough to still enjoy making the odd hypocritical rant like this on social media - shucks, that really sticks a fork in the whole ego trip for everyone!
If you’ve never known a world without the world wide web, you shouldn’t be commenting as its not exactly ancient history and we’re all still here!

I love the fact that there someone found some strange motivation to make masturbatory little info pics like this to show how the internet, among a lot of other fun things, has accelerated the process of becoming an out-of-touch pensioner whining about the audacity of “kids these days” to a period of just about 8 years.  I don’t think generations are best defined by which website first taught us about memes.

It is fucking incredible just how accelerated life is the closer it is to technology. The hardware lifespans? Accelerated from 10+ years for a cputer line to about one, if that. Software? Fleeting.
I alternate between annoyance and utter amazement that in response to that, the people using it warped as fast too. Its becoming faster than decade fashions. It is truly remarkable.

It’s honestly just kind of disappointing to me.  I like maintaining optimism in regards to what’s going to happen to a full generation that’s grown up with access to so much information and so many people across the world.  There’s a chance for a much deeper familiarity and understanding, and hopefully a chance for a bit less fear.  Fear makes you stupid.  And plus, some of the people I care about most and make me happiest are hundreds or thousands of miles away, and having the modern capacity for that kind of thing is the coolest fucking thought in the world to me. 
But then seeing people wanting to prop themselves up because “I bet that asshole on pinterest doesn’t even know what longcat is,” is pretty fucking lame.  It’d be nice if a generation, one I consider myself a part of, doesn’t splinter away from a really cool opportunity to not be a bunch of shitheads because of this stupid cliquey shit.  Newgrounds was balls anyway.

I can’t pull apart where this massive game changer called ubiquitous computing started warping our psyches, and where providing a less filtered view of people’s minds just gave us millions of ready accessible, candid insights into the preexisting human mindset.  But somehow I can’t bring myself to blame the technology for somehow converting everyone into totally isolated detached narcissists 100% by itself.

realguyfieri:

younowwantcheeseontoast:

realguyfieri:

younowwantcheeseontoast:

floozys:

salsapone:

The amount of truth in this picture. 

deviantart told you to ‘honk if you’re furry’ and your dumb ass did

Uhhhh


All us Usenet/IRC grey hairs are just sitting here rolling our fucking eyes. First generation raised online - 4chan, newgrounds and SA of all places? Spare me.

None of those communities could survive without the media heavy, ball pit framework for these sites put in place by the generation preceding the so-called first generation. You don’t hear from us usually because we’re smart enough to blame people for being people and not for the sites they use. I’m not even in my thirties and I consider all the sites mentioned above as new-generation things.

Unfortunately I’m young enough to still enjoy making the odd hypocritical rant like this on social media - shucks, that really sticks a fork in the whole ego trip for everyone!

If you’ve never known a world without the world wide web, you shouldn’t be commenting as its not exactly ancient history and we’re all still here!

I love the fact that there someone found some strange motivation to make masturbatory little info pics like this to show how the internet, among a lot of other fun things, has accelerated the process of becoming an out-of-touch pensioner whining about the audacity of “kids these days” to a period of just about 8 years.  I don’t think generations are best defined by which website first taught us about memes.

It is fucking incredible just how accelerated life is the closer it is to technology. The hardware lifespans? Accelerated from 10+ years for a cputer line to about one, if that. Software? Fleeting.

I alternate between annoyance and utter amazement that in response to that, the people using it warped as fast too. Its becoming faster than decade fashions. It is truly remarkable.

It’s honestly just kind of disappointing to me.  I like maintaining optimism in regards to what’s going to happen to a full generation that’s grown up with access to so much information and so many people across the world.  There’s a chance for a much deeper familiarity and understanding, and hopefully a chance for a bit less fear.  Fear makes you stupid.  And plus, some of the people I care about most and make me happiest are hundreds or thousands of miles away, and having the modern capacity for that kind of thing is the coolest fucking thought in the world to me. 

But then seeing people wanting to prop themselves up because “I bet that asshole on pinterest doesn’t even know what longcat is,” is pretty fucking lame.  It’d be nice if a generation, one I consider myself a part of, doesn’t splinter away from a really cool opportunity to not be a bunch of shitheads because of this stupid cliquey shit.  Newgrounds was balls anyway.

I can’t pull apart where this massive game changer called ubiquitous computing started warping our psyches, and where providing a less filtered view of people’s minds just gave us millions of ready accessible, candid insights into the preexisting human mindset. But somehow I can’t bring myself to blame the technology for somehow converting everyone into totally isolated detached narcissists 100% by itself.

1,878 notes

realguyfieri:

younowwantcheeseontoast:

floozys:

salsapone:

The amount of truth in this picture. 

deviantart told you to ‘honk if you’re furry’ and your dumb ass did

Uhhhh
All us Usenet/IRC grey hairs are just sitting here rolling our fucking eyes. First generation raised online - 4chan, newgrounds and SA of all places? Spare me.
None of those communities could survive without the media heavy, ball pit framework for these sites put in place by the generation preceding the so-called first generation. You don’t hear from us usually because we’re smart enough to blame people for being people and not for the sites they use. I’m not even in my thirties and I consider all the sites mentioned above as new-generation things.
Unfortunately I’m young enough to still enjoy making the odd hypocritical rant like this on social media - shucks, that really sticks a fork in the whole ego trip for everyone!
If you’ve never known a world without the world wide web, you shouldn’t be commenting as its not exactly ancient history and we’re all still here!

I love the fact that there someone found some strange motivation to make masturbatory little info pics like this to show how the internet, among a lot of other fun things, has accelerated the process of becoming an out-of-touch pensioner whining about the audacity of “kids these days” to a period of just about 8 years.  I don’t think generations are best defined by which website first taught us about memes. 

It is fucking incredible just how accelerated life is the closer it is to technology.  The hardware lifespans? Accelerated from 10+ years for a computer line to about one, if that.  Software?  Fleeting.I alternate between annoyance and utter amazement that in response to that, the people using it warped as fast too.  Its becoming faster than decade fashions.  It is truly remarkable.It is also what makes me completely unconcerned about the modern trends of online communication - it is worrying about the health of an artificial abstraction on top of the core technology, which is largely unchanged since the day it was standardised, is in utterly rude health and is still as anarchistic as the day TCP routing was put into action.  I don’t really care what happens to the abstraction because the foundation won’t go away, and is ready for the next abuse of it.  The fact that the world wide web survived the advent of streaming video proved me wrong, and proved that the original design was obscenely fucking clever, and will probably survive anything else.

realguyfieri:

younowwantcheeseontoast:

floozys:

salsapone:

The amount of truth in this picture. 

deviantart told you to ‘honk if you’re furry’ and your dumb ass did

Uhhhh


All us Usenet/IRC grey hairs are just sitting here rolling our fucking eyes. First generation raised online - 4chan, newgrounds and SA of all places? Spare me.

None of those communities could survive without the media heavy, ball pit framework for these sites put in place by the generation preceding the so-called first generation. You don’t hear from us usually because we’re smart enough to blame people for being people and not for the sites they use. I’m not even in my thirties and I consider all the sites mentioned above as new-generation things.

Unfortunately I’m young enough to still enjoy making the odd hypocritical rant like this on social media - shucks, that really sticks a fork in the whole ego trip for everyone!

If you’ve never known a world without the world wide web, you shouldn’t be commenting as its not exactly ancient history and we’re all still here!

I love the fact that there someone found some strange motivation to make masturbatory little info pics like this to show how the internet, among a lot of other fun things, has accelerated the process of becoming an out-of-touch pensioner whining about the audacity of “kids these days” to a period of just about 8 years.  I don’t think generations are best defined by which website first taught us about memes.

It is fucking incredible just how accelerated life is the closer it is to technology. The hardware lifespans? Accelerated from 10+ years for a computer line to about one, if that. Software? Fleeting.

I alternate between annoyance and utter amazement that in response to that, the people using it warped as fast too. Its becoming faster than decade fashions. It is truly remarkable.

It is also what makes me completely unconcerned about the modern trends of online communication - it is worrying about the health of an artificial abstraction on top of the core technology, which is largely unchanged since the day it was standardised, is in utterly rude health and is still as anarchistic as the day TCP routing was put into action. I don’t really care what happens to the abstraction because the foundation won’t go away, and is ready for the next abuse of it. The fact that the world wide web survived the advent of streaming video proved me wrong, and proved that the original design was obscenely fucking clever, and will probably survive anything else.

1,878 notes

floozys:

salsapone:

The amount of truth in this picture. 

deviantart told you to ‘honk if you’re furry’ and your dumb ass did 

UhhhhAll us Usenet/IRC grey hairs are just sitting here rolling our fucking eyes.  First generation raised online - 4chan, newgrounds and SA of all places? Spare me.None of those communities could survive without the media heavy, ball pit framework for these sites put in place by the generation preceding the so-called first generation.  You don’t hear from us usually because we’re smart enough to blame people for being people and not for the sites they use.  I’m not even in my thirties and I consider all the sites mentioned above as new-generation things.  The tumblr generation couldn’t possibly fuck up the world wide web (remember that name for the HTTP clusterfuck that is now ‘the internet’?) any more than you kids already did.Unfortunately I’m young enough to still enjoy making the odd hypocritical rant like this on social media - shucks, that really sticks a fork in the whole ego trip for everyone!If you’ve never known a world without the world wide web, you shouldn’t be commenting as its not exactly ancient history and we’re all still here!I wouldn’t worry about this little internet thing anyway.  If it all goes to hell, we’ll turn it off for you and start again as we did once before.  Just don’t come asking us to make it easy for you to fuck it up next time.  Enjoy what you guys spawned!  We’d be embarrassed too, but that trolling thing got old before Realplayer finished buffering for us.

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salsapone:

The amount of truth in this picture. 

deviantart told you to ‘honk if you’re furry’ and your dumb ass did

Uhhhh


All us Usenet/IRC grey hairs are just sitting here rolling our fucking eyes. First generation raised online - 4chan, newgrounds and SA of all places? Spare me.

None of those communities could survive without the media heavy, ball pit framework for these sites put in place by the generation preceding the so-called first generation. You don’t hear from us usually because we’re smart enough to blame people for being people and not for the sites they use. I’m not even in my thirties and I consider all the sites mentioned above as new-generation things. The tumblr generation couldn’t possibly fuck up the world wide web (remember that name for the HTTP clusterfuck that is now ‘the internet’?) any more than you kids already did.

Unfortunately I’m young enough to still enjoy making the odd hypocritical rant like this on social media - shucks, that really sticks a fork in the whole ego trip for everyone!

If you’ve never known a world without the world wide web, you shouldn’t be commenting as its not exactly ancient history and we’re all still here!

I wouldn’t worry about this little internet thing anyway. If it all goes to hell, we’ll turn it off for you and start again as we did once before. Just don’t come asking us to make it easy for you to fuck it up next time. Enjoy what you guys spawned! We’d be embarrassed too, but that trolling thing got old before Realplayer finished buffering for us.

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John Romero’s Q&A panel.

I’m not sure anything I could have asked at his Q&A panel at Revival 2014 question could have topped the question from the little girl.

A mother and father were there dressed as Doom marines (headgear, armour and all) and the girl was dressed as a small Imp. They had a chaingun (modified screwdriver!) and chainsaw, and took on Romero together in a single round in the Doom 4 player deathmatch tournament (and lost - Romero beat everybody in every round except the final one when, against the other three heat winners, the other three players ganged up on him.)

The little girl’s question, was:

"Is that hole on the back of the Cacodemon where he does a poo?"


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when u wake up feelin productive

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