>>19786 Yes >just press f 12 and click the photographic camera icon, screencap the thread lmao Never heard of that. But I know with firefox, you just do this. > SHIFT+F2 >screenfetch --fullpage Screencaps the whole page. But pleased note, that you can't screencaps .gif or other files. If you wish to save some of those pictures, you would be required to cut them out with GIMP or something. Is of very complicated to do when you can just download the site and get all of the files nice and clean without furthermore hassle.
yeah, that. f12 into developer mode, click the camera icon, works for almost all pages, you only need to gimp edit if you want to upload them since the limit is 10,000x10,000 but if you keep them for yourself screenshots can be up to I think 20,000 height with no problems
>>19773 and it will stay reclining while I use other venues not occupied by attention-seeking failed chads who want a personal blog but are even too pleb to deal with the pressures of owning a tumblr page
>Jesus christ learn to connect a fucking dot to another. that's what I meant when I said non-sequitur. go google it
>Greentext is greentext, Really?!?
>but here you go getting triggered and crying over me projection
>following your lead into using vague hyperbole to exemplify a point, like it's some kind of a special privilege only for you to win petty arguments with. can you point to any specific example of this? no, of course, it's all projection, you type (in great detail unfortunately for everyone else ITT) about your "African baby rape" fetish then cry "muh hyperbole" when you're found out
>Go be a woman somewhere else. TRIGGERED >This is why you can only ever understand left and right like they were directions on the compass, projection
>if you want to find something from your right you'll just go right even if you must circumvent the whole equator. Political right and left are called that because of specific historical reasons, not because you jack dicks with your right hand and hold a wallet in your left. another non-sequitur, or are you replying to different boards and threads in the same post?
>>19 /am/ has always had 2 of the 3 rules written here, the first and third, because they go without saying for all boards, and the 2nd is not necessary because people have the common sense not to post shit nobody wants or cares about, and to ignore threads they don't like.
>>22 I give /am/ all the credit. I trust those nerds to bring us only the best content the internet has to offer. It probably won't last forever, but for as long as /am/ has lived at least, those nerds have delivered.
>>12 Perhaps finally a board will embrace my meme of slowboarding, for slower boarding. I've been forcing it for three years, it just won't catch on because I post anything maybe once every two months.
Tell me the name of the manga that's basically the exact same premise except the characters just know each other from school and are a manga artist and assistant artist. Because of this damn show I can't manage to look it up myself, all the results are just flooded with eromanga-sensei.
For the last few years there's been quite a lot of propagandanime: series that are set on a premise clearly meant to teach the viewer something valuable about the mundaneity of life. This does not count for shows like NHK Ni Youkoso! that simply tell a story with a redemption arc of NEET or something, that's just a straightforward plot, but when regardless of a plot the premise to set a background for the plot serves as a reminder of the viewpoints of a marginal lifestyle. Examples are Danna ga Nani wo Itteiru ka Wakaranai that are meant to exemplify the marital bliss to an otaku audience so that people would start fucking again, or Kobayashi-san Chi No Maid Dragon that exemplifies that an allegory for autism is not necessarily entirely unfit to normal society as long as they can be guarantined to a special role.
>>18982 That's just because every single autist happens to be non-Japanese. Autistic savants don't exist within the Nipponese, only hard work and the glorious spirit. The dragons are gaijin, but they also can't K.Y. at all.
I propose we organize shitposting pilgrimages to other imageboards. We should synchronize one day when all five of us are online and funpost /aM/-style in one of their threads, or even better, start a thread of our own and pretend to have a serious discussion.
>>19336 >We need more posters >We need >We >We >we >We need > . . need > . . need > . . "NEED" > . . need more posters > . . need more posters > . . . . more posters > . . . . more posters > . . . . more posters