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John Smith 17/11/22(Wed)12:55 No. 46281
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I am thirty in less than three months. Once upon a time, I spent hours on 7chan every night. Now I check it maybe twice a year. I wonder if 7chan will be here in another ten years? I wonder what all my old friends are doing now? I feel like those than also frequented here back then are all in a similar situation to me now. Different lives, obviously, but I doubt they check here much.


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John Smith 17/11/23(Thu)17:59 No. 46284

Hey John
everywhere I used to frequent back in the day has died off so this is one of the last calm places I can come to visit for a little chat. At the very least I hope it never truly dies

See you next time
John


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John Smith 17/12/08(Fri)18:19 No. 46310

>>46281
Nothing truly dies john. It's always apart of you forever.
Have a nice day John.


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John Smith 17/12/19(Tue)23:37 No. 46331

>>46310
I should kill whoever said that

>>46281
It may be slow right now but it could get better one day. At least it isn't like 4chan, that place is not very fun


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John Smith 17/12/20(Wed)12:19 No. 46334

>>46331
John, I know it's you who bumped 6 threads.

There's nothing I can really do with that information, nor does it imply anything.

I always wonder if people have an opinion when I reply to several threads in a row.


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John Smith 17/12/24(Sun)13:33 No. 46340

>>46334
I usually try and guess who will respond and how, then preemptively prepare a rebuttal

It's good etiquette to respond to as many threads as possible! Especially on slow boards


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John Smith 17/12/24(Sun)14:16 No. 46341

>>46340
Is it? That seems a little forced to me. I only respond when I have something to say.


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John Smith 17/12/25(Mon)10:21 No. 46343

>>46341
Oh I always have something to say

I usually don't though


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John Smith 18/01/08(Mon)06:07 No. 46373

I’m in the same situation as you, John. I used to spend hours and hours on this website and others like it, looking at amusing pictures or enjoying the odd foray onto the more explicit places these chans have. I used to enjoy the IRC community and stay up far too late to talk to friends I’d made through mutual love of music and games. This is the first I’ve been here in over a year. It’s nice to see /777/ has changed at least.

I think the internet has just... Gotten smaller. Forums and communities are now all based on places like reddit or facebook rather than being dovided across a dozen sites that you need to login to seperately. It’s more convinient to have a single account that can post and enjoy a variety of content on a single site

I’m mildly pleased I got to enjoy this board and enjoy this website before the decline. As should you be. But nothing lasts forever, John. I hope this post finds you well.

Regards, John Smith.


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John Smith 18/01/09(Tue)04:28 No. 46376

Hey there John, I myself used to frequent 7chan a lot, especially /eh/. Now and days, I have noticed there are a lot more 'nostalgia' posts on here such as yours (not that there is anything wrong with it). I share your sentiment in that we all live different lives. I was in high school when I used to frequent here often, but now, just as you, I live a different life and find myself only checking up on here maybe 3 to 4 times a year, for the sake of nostalgia.

This site is a relic of the past, with no more new users coming in, and only us older and increasingly busy individuals remaining.

Regardless of whether it goes down at some point, we'll all still be connected in that we all shared the same experience: 7chan's eh.


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John Smith 18/01/09(Tue)08:49 No. 46377

>>46376
Hello, John, we all are coming and going through life, and while people change, and times change, I sincerely hope we all keep good memories of this board. Even if we all must change, this board will still be a bridge between all of us.
Regards, John Smith.


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John Smith 18/01/10(Wed)23:55 No. 46378

>>46376
Hello John, there's still hope for this site to live, I for myself am 18, altough


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John Smith 18/01/10(Wed)23:56 No. 46379

>>46378
although I don't check very often. Wish you a good day


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John Smith 18/01/11(Thu)11:25 No. 46383

28 here, I visit for about a month at a time in a year. Glad to know that some of us older guys are still around.


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John Smith 18/01/13(Sat)20:12 No. 46384

>>46376
Hey ! i'm new here so you are wrong jhon ^_^


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John Smith 18/01/16(Tue)22:29 No. 46386

>>46377
Nicely said John.

>>46378
>>46384
Well, I'm glad I might be wrong. I like this website and I hope it's around for a long, long time.


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John Smith 18/03/25(Sun)05:43 No. 46471

Hello, John. I just recently posted a thread remarkably similar in situation to yours. Unfortunately I decided to post the thread well in advance of reading the others. This was an error in judgment in retrospect.

There is nothing wrong with wondering if 7chan will be here in another 10 years. I wondered the same thing. However, it seems like there is as will to make exactly that happen. Too many have fond memories of 7chan. Enough to sustain it. Perhaps they developed new memories and acquaintances that are worth the host bill. I'm sorry to say I have not contributed to the host bill, but there are a lot of needy children in Africa I also have ignored, so I don't feel quite that bad.

Life is not what any of us expected it to be, but the human experience is not quite what any of us expected, I've learned to expect.


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John Smith 18/04/11(Wed)21:02 No. 46537
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Perhaps they're lurking among us? Don't worry about it too much. John . I'm sure they haven't forgotten about you. I know i certainly haven't forgotten any kind people I've met over the years. Who knows? Perhaps they're out on bigger and greater things in their lives. But their memory lives on with you so what not going to change unless you forget



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