If anything crime was easier to cover up in the 90s, now there are cameras and computers and phones everywhere. Back in the 90s it was just word of mouth and a pen on paper.
don't worry, AI generation and photo manipulation will make it so visual and audio evidence is worthless again.
I'm sure modern social media accelerates the 'naive succubi getting exploited' pipeline because it's all even more accessible than the old social networks and there are apps like snapchat that make it easy to hide stuff. There's way more young people publicly on the internet than back in the days of MySpace and I'm sure there's sick fucks trying to take advatage of that.
>succubi will happily turn up to chat and never play the game, while men turn up for the game and that requires them to chat. succubi using your hobby for validation waters down the game and causes distractions from it so smart men will always be hostile to females in their hobby if they're not trying to fuck them.
This is also the same case with succubi who act like they are nazis or hardcore anarchists or some other niche male dominated thing, their motivation is always to get special attention in a male dominated space.
The naive thing is a total lie. 14 year olds know exactly what they're doing when they act that way. They're aware their developing body can get them attention and they will try and rope in older guys by using make up and dressing older than they should be. It always bugs me when "youtuber grooming fans!" and it's some 15 year old sending nudes. At 15 you used to have a full time job and be expected to help run the household after leaving school a year previous. There has become a weird denial that teenagers are neither children not adults. I fucking hate children being exploited but so much of the conversation around it is "When I was 15 I sent a youtuber nudes and he's a SICK PEDO FUCK FOR LETTING ME!" Famous people all through out history have banged willing and eager teenage succubi. The digital era hasn't change that and it's frustrating you can't have an honest conversation about digital whores trying to ruin dude's lives because they took the bait waved in their face.
I also think the internet spaces we go on are full of pedos now which is a pretty serious issue and I don't know any real solutions. They're using VPNs so they can't be removed with banning, and they're willing to spend all day spamming their shit. So "lol teh boxxy" is now "omg 5 year old loli feet is my fetish" and it drives away a lot of decent people.
The internet in general has warped sexual things so far beyond normal. Now teenagers are eternal children while actual children seem free game to abuse in any way you wish. Like WTF? You can castrate yourself pre-puberty but if you chase someone when you're 15 you're a child and totally innocent of all wrong doing because Twitter convinced you getting what you asked for is you being a victim.
>>301440>If I don't know I'm eating beef am I still a vegetarian
Usually people didnt avoid watching Japanese animation because of where it was from (unless it was a senile grandpa who has PTSD from WWII or someone who wanted to support the American animation industry, idk).
I'm not saying all of those anime titles (Kimba, Speed Racer, BotP/Gatchaman, Star Blazers, Robotech, Maple Town, Voltron, etc) AREN'T considered anime because Joe Shmo the janitor couldn't tell the difference between them and any other cartoons back in 1987. Just that most folks werent as aware of it.
Like I said, anime was around back In the 80s and early 90s (more prominent shonen/shojo titles in Latin American/Euro countries). However, not everyone knew it was Japanese of origin. Obviously those in the animation industry would have known more. Most folks, especially young kids hyped up on cereal, didn't pay attention to the credits.
What I'm trying to say is that the POPULARITY of the medium, as in people actively seeking out animation made in Japan, was rising by the 80s and 90s.
Nowadays, most teens and adults would look at pic related and generally understand that it's an anime; its from Japan. Though admittedly it's thanks to being able to Google stuff, nowadays.
I do wonder how it would have went if European/French comics had gotten as popular. Yeah, some like Asterix and TinTin are popular but most don't know of their origin.
That's because culture wasn't completely dead yet.
Well a lot happened between 1928 and 1950, but you wouldn't have wanted to live through it
that was actually good though. it required you to find party members and make friends.
I feel that this is just because we lived through it, and we don't have a school telling us what events to pay attention to in history.
We have reached the point where zoomers talk about 2010s nostalgia that I cannot relate to at all. I try to jerk off to some new "childhood ruining" rule 34 and I have no idea who the fuck any of these characters are.
If you were a terminally online computer nerd back then those things were just part of life and would seem effortless to you.
Patches weren't also that big of a deal back then because devs didn't release unfinished games. Also, not all servers updated at the same time so if you didn't have time to download the new patch, you would just play on a server that is running the same version as you.
nah I lived through the 90s, and looking backward definitely seems like more happened than looking forward.
like compare rebooting a 1990 show in 2005. to rebooting a 2008 show in 2023. 2008 feels a lot closer.
nostalgia works on a 20 year cycle, its why you see in fashion and zoomers being obsessed with whats called the y2k aesthetic based off fashion from the late 90s and early 2000s.
2010s nostalgia wont fully bloom until the 2030s
>>301439>It's no less fake now than it was then. It's more profitable now but no less fake.
It is 100% more fake now. Things which used to be done for pure enjoyment or for the love of the game are now done for profit incentive.>>302004
2010s nostalgia won't emerge, or emerge as anything distinct because a lot of it is nostalgia (of nostalgia) for past decades.
I have to agree with >>302021
as decade culture drastically died with rise of social media and everyone starting to use the internet along with smartphones. Digitizing our lives to relive whatever we want when we want at a massive scale. If you ask me on a personal basis I'd say that the whole "decade culture" died in the mid 2000s. Maybe 2005 give or take to be almost exact.
>>302021>It is 100% more fake now. Things which used to be done for pure enjoyment or for the love of the game are now done for profit incentive.
It is almost the definition of fake really, things used to be done organically and now it's all done with machine like calculation to get as much traffic as possible and creators just produce content according to algorithms. Some creators don't even care about the shit they do and they just produce what's popular like it's a script they have to go through. I also wonder how many twitch streamers actually enjoy gaming and how many of them just used the convenience of webcam streaming to put on an act.
If they make a reboot in the future where he goes back to today's time his mother would be a huge when shes younger and he'd end up fucking her or some shit like that.
A huge slut is what I tried to type like a retard
The key question is if he could stop the parkinsons.
They really couldn't do a reboot because there isn't anything analogous to skateboarding or rock and roll that they could use to make him look cool because of being from the future. Everything cool about today's future relies on computers and technology which would make it infinitely lamer if they try to insert him taking back an iphone or something as a plot line.
i just watched back to the future today for the first time, and his mother was already basically a horny slut goblin when she was younger. if he didn't know she was his mother, say she had a different name or something, he no doubt would have been in trouble
I wonder what would they stop at when rebooting classics that do not need remakes.
also, i just realized after watching that movie… this is the basic idea behind rick and morty. doc and marty, rick and morty. old scientist guy, crazy adventures. rick and morty is obviously just more fantastical since it is a cartoon
Modern American media gets a lot easier to ignore when you learn that it's all just referencing 1980s pop culture.>crazy adventures
Smoking pot and vomiting isn't an adventure
>>302353>omg rick and morty is back to the future
Wow, zoomers really are fucking retarded aren't they? It was literally a Back to the Future parody in the beginning like 15+ years ago before it got changed to Rick and Morty. You niggers somehow shortened collective memory.
I was born in 86. Am I the oldest person on wizchan if I don't count the guy who keeps saying he's 70? Seems like I never see anyone beyond early 30s.
It's real strange that the internet seems to be devoid of anyone over 30. Like what happened to all the older users that used to populate forums back in the 00s?
It's no secret where they are. I have two siblings around my age. They use instant messaging apps to stay in touch with friends and colleagues and don't use any form of anonymous interacting online, except maybe reporting a bug every blue moon in a game's page on steam. Virtually all their friends have Instagram for example, you can find them there, though often the accounts are set on private.
I should've made myself clearer, when I said I never see anyone beyond early 30s I meant on imageboards.
That's normalniggers, what happened to the oddballs that populated forums back in the days? I distinctly remember there being many 30+ users online back when forums were still populated.
I'm one year younger than you.>>302364>>302453
They are playing MMOs.
Be sure to let us know why you leave, if you do, elder wiz
I'm one year younger than you
80s gang represent
we re out here, we usually hide or just dont mention our age cause dont want to hear, Wow you re Old
and these places get old , conversations repetitive, and most of us just move on, i only glance at tis site now
I think people are so nostalgic for this time because it was the last time society actually felt normal.
I mean actually living in it, after enjoying the tech of the 20s would suck. Like I like looking at Archive.org and usenet and seeing the 90s internet, and going wow it was surprisingly developed. Or even having some nostalgia about reading the 90s web in the 00s. It wasn't so far away back then. But yeah if that was my only internet I'd go insane from boredom.
also with my cheapass family, i was on dial up until 2007
>>302487>But yeah if that was my only internet I'd go insane from boredom.
it was so fuckin borin. you couldnt live online even if you wanted. if you were one of us you d be out just out of boredom.
now people like us we just hide on line. best example to me of one of us meltin down back in 1990s. was te Bjork stalker dude, i seriously believe dude was just super bored
i mean it was more text-based. but you could have had a community like wizchan in the 90s. i dont think the images and vids are what defines it. some people already lived their whole life in forums by then.
that's just the Millenials finishing their College "education" the eugenics program for BBC started almost as soon as 2001
Curious how identity politics ramps up after the 2008 crash and the occupy movement got dismantled.
I did not have a clue that geekdom would be irreparably damaged in the process.
One common denominator for those two things is the rise of chicago-style Saul Alinksy communist street agitation (aka "community organization) under the Obama regime and the rest of the Chicago crowd that swept in with him. To be fair, something similar would have likely happened under Hillary "Little Red" Clinton, also of Chicago ilk (and jewish-italian mafia heritage), so I'm not saying it's all the fault of one magic negro.
In the case of occupy, you saw the use of the RAND Corporation's Delphi Method with the call and response thing to stymie any kind of conversation while installing foreign ideas into groups to make said groups think that they had originated the ideas. Remember all these old hippie era communists from academia were out in force repeating this, as that's what they were taught at the time, and is how e.g. the UN systematically took over local school board. Obama famously also used it early on to try to get various congressional leaders to focus group their way into the policies his team wanted them to promote.
As for identity politics, this again is classically Alinskyite. If you havne't read his short and easy book, "Rules for Radicals" then you should. You might think like>duh but this is so obvious
and that's the point: it has to be easy enough for the useful idiots to carry out so that marxist revolution seems to "just happen" on its own as if everybody has always been on the same page about the need for change and what pre-existing structures must be deposed in order to secure power for the new regime.
just every shonen… and it is not like today's shonen is different
Please don't post again.
Too late. btw, if you'd like to learn more about the Delphi Method and how the UN used it to take over local school boards, check out, "The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America" by Charlotte Iserbyt.
Julian Huxley (of transhumanism fame, and brother of aldous) setting up UNESCO just wasn't enough to control the children in order to re-engineer the future.
>>301437>You sound like a succubus.
This is the 3rd or 4th time I've been accused of being a succubus in the last year, yet I'm one of the few legitimate old ass wizard users of the site. Your succ detectors have broken, it didn't happen for years before this.
I clearly said>I would say old internet was hostile to succubi, but it was more dismissive.
Which is exactly in line what you've asserted.