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There's a new /777/ up, it's /Trump/ - Make America Great Again! Check it out. Suggest new /777/s here.

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Anonymous 16/11/10(Thu)02:35 No. 1 ID: 132ea3 Stickied

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this is a bad idea

Anonymous 16/11/10(Thu)08:22 No. 2 ID: df6334

To answer the obvious concern about this turning into /pol/, observe how /rnb/ hasn't completely turned into /r9k/. I have faith that we shall continue to maintain 7chan's distinctive culture through its unique institutions. On a certain level that's what civics itself is about: learning about the ins and outs that make your institutions what they are so you can more fully participate in them with more valuable contributions.

Anonymous 16/11/10(Thu)11:24 No. 3 ID: 991a34

And at least YouTube embedding isn't enabled.

YouTube is where civil discourse goes to die. In a pit of fire. And pop-tarts.

Anonymous 16/11/10(Thu)16:35 No. 4 ID: 00f04a

I agree; why wasn't there a /777/ trial period? /trump/ is no longer relevant (unless the admin wants to open a /prez/).

>observe how /rnb/ hasn't completely turned into /r9k/
The only similarity between the two is their first initial; this is not a sound basis for comparison.

>YouTube is where civil discourse goes to die
I thought that was Yahoo Answers, where all discourse goes to die.

Anonymous 16/11/11(Fri)02:13 No. 5 ID: 132ea3

/hi/ is supposed to cover cultural stuff anyway, just direct people there

we don't need a dead containment board

Anonymous 16/11/11(Fri)07:44 No. 7 ID: 991a34

Yahoo is pretty much a wasteland of endlessly repeated conspiracy theories and hopelessly stupid people writing responses to amazingly stupid people's questions (and sometimes all of the above).

I think the idea is that if you want to talk politics or bitch about how big Hillary's vagina is, you come here, and don't clutter up the rest of 7chan with pointless bullshit.

Anonymous 16/11/11(Fri)16:03 No. 8 ID: 9a6676

mmmmmmmmm agreed
youre digging your own grave. those people r worse than you know and youre welcoming them in by establishing this board. b wouldn't be covered in pol shit if youd do your fucking job and bam the samefag who shitposts "current events", replys to every post with a youtube link, and has literally 0 relevant content ever.

Anonymous 16/11/12(Sat)03:21 No. 9 ID: 783412


Is this a joke? a ruse?

Anonymous 16/11/12(Sat)03:45 No. 10 ID: dfa396

They do, but he keeps coming back, and mods aren't on 24/7.

Anonymous 16/11/12(Sat)05:41 No. 11 ID: c1fc44

I don't think we really have the problem this board is intended to solve. I've never felt that /b/ was overwhelmingly flooded with political threads. Furthermore, given the generally strawberried nature of political discussions on 7chan, /b/ is a much more appropriate place for such pissing contests.

inb4 /civ/ is only ever used to discuss the pointlessness of /civ/

Anonymous 16/11/12(Sat)08:55 No. 12 ID: df6334

If it's used only for that, it's still a good thing. You wouldn't want complaints about /civ/ shitting up the other boards.

Anonymous 16/11/13(Sun)06:07 No. 16 ID: 7676eb

I agree.

Make b great again!

And by great, I mean unrestricted.

Anonymous 16/11/14(Mon)06:11 No. 23 ID: 780ad0

/b/ was never great

Anonymous 16/11/16(Wed)05:36 No. 31 ID: df6334

/b/ was never good, but moments of greatness can seem to poke through to the impressionable minds that feel as though they're connecting with strangers around the world and rebelling against their mundane meatspace reality.

Anonymous 16/11/18(Fri)07:40 No. 39 ID: b67aaa

Thing is, it's impossible to clealy distinguish what does an does not constitute a "political" discussion.

Anonymous 16/11/18(Fri)17:28 No. 41 ID: a65856

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You could just make a /pol/ and keep it. They're very successful boards on other chans.

Anonymous 16/12/09(Fri)16:27 No. 67 ID: c6048b

I'll admit I didn't put much effort into this one:

By the way, when do we get a new /777/? After the inauguration?

Anonymous 16/12/20(Tue)02:19 No. 83 ID: 1b2188


based on past patterns, probably in about a year

Anonymous 16/12/20(Tue)02:22 No. 84 ID: 75c683

Yeah but they also A: Get infested with right wingers and then B: Because of sed infestation of right wing trolls and imbiciles Left wingers split off and demand their own pol.

Then you end up with two echo chambers.
Look at what happened to 8ch.

Pol is literally Nazis and leftpol is literally Commies.

Anonymous 16/12/20(Tue)03:09 No. 85 ID: 9b5a71

This isn't 8ch. This is 7chan, where the mods will ban you because it's funny. If anyone cries about how their favorite mass murderer isn't loved enough then they can eat shit.

Anonymous 16/12/20(Tue)03:15 No. 86 ID: 75c683

Gotta admit, you make a strong argument.

Anonymous 17/01/06(Fri)01:14 No. 143 ID: 5719d7

I mean I'm all for new boards, but shouldn't you be allowed to post whatever you want in /b/ anyways? I just don't understand how Random can mean Measured Discussion

Anonymous 17/01/06(Fri)17:47 No. 146 ID: 0f99a0

technically speaking you still can. it's not like there ever was any gurantee that your posts won't be baleted and you wouldn't be banned for any or no reason at all to begin with. at least we've been told what to expect for once; 7chan's mods are not often so generous.

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