I'm gasoline. Fuel. Fire. Passion. Pleasure. It's like being naked in a wheat field with puppies eating ice cream. Everything that is good yet powerful with the force of a V8 diesel engine that has no retraining bolts. The M-rotor dislodges and you have the potential of ejecting your friends and family. Relax as the Pesto Humans stare at you from their glass house eating apples of sheer delight. I am a 5' 8" Binturong reporter from the after-now. Don't die and server protect you.
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- https://www.s-config.com/corsair-void-pro-disassembly-and-repair/ - old article update. This time fixing/upgrading the microphone so it does not suck.2 0 Comments 0 Shares
- I get this feeling of sudden anger when someone comes into a chat room or website and says "This place is dead." or "I'm bored"
Maybe it's just the fact that everyone in a particular chat room is busy. Maybe they're all having sex without you in private IM's. That seems to be the go-to answer whenever fursuitor's don't hang out with a group of people for a multitude of reasons so why not use it on people in a chat room? I'm mocking the people the people that cry about a place being dead because any place on the website that requires community interaction well.. NEEDS THE COMMUNITY TO INTERACT. So if you don't contribute. You've answered your own statement about WHY a place is dead now haven't you?
The "I'm bored" is the most insulting concept of them all. Because what are we supposed to do? Are we supposed to snap to it and entertain sire? Put on the jester suits and dance for you? No. You are living in a technological age where you have computers that 10 years ago would fill entire server rooms. You have free and accessible utilities to create and do whatever you want. Even games that are free that the only energy it takes from you is to smash the download button. You have the ability to stream video from any source into the headspace known as a monitor. This is just what you can do without ever leaving your bedroom! Before you set for into RL 1.0 . Where the polygon count is great but the bloom and gamma can be a little annoying.
There was this guy I remembered during the early days of the internet. Apparently he was this entity that existed in Canada. Either I am crazy or I'm the only American which knows about this guy. He was called "Anti-TV man." and he wasen't going to save you from anything. His 'super power' as it were was to remind you by very forcefully that you have an entire world out there to explore. That the TV is making you a slave. He knows if he breaks the TV you will simply get another one. Direct violence is ineffective. Which is why he wants YOU to break your own TV! His message was the reflector of throwing the middle finger to mass media but also to remind humans around him to never be complacent. Never settle for what is in front if you and digitally feed out of a troff like a damned cow.
Computers are not televisions. They can be programmed what to do and not do. They have a multitude of tools at your fingertips.
You're not 8 years old anymore stuck in the back of Aunt Mays 1985 Chevy Celebrity wagon with nothing but a gum from the last gas station ramping up your sugar levels. You have options and you have things that you can do. "I'm bored" does not garner you sympathy. And you'll only get a "**** you and do something about it!" Take their advise! We only say such things because we want to see you a better person !
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- Why did I pay this site for VIP? I can tell you. But then I'll have to kill you.
When someone in the furry community pitches an idea. I tend to look at the whole picture of things. Not just the scripting of the site. But the demeanor of those who run it. This is ridiculously important boys and girls! That this is a social network very early in beta and with just over 200 people at the time of me posting this. Congratulations everyone, you're on the ground floor of what could be the next social network furry superstructure! My financial contribution is my investment in that future.
Could it all fold tomorrow? Sure! But you want to know what? That can happen ANYWHERE on the internet. One day your getting your e621 on!. the next. redirected to a Chinese ransomware site. The fragility of server and the user which created it is always there! Always prey to server. Make backups.
I've made investments in many furry owned and operated sites. My blog is running off of anubianhost.com . A furry run web provider. I've donated to rival social networks which I shall not name. Even threw some seed money at conventions and got nothing in return out of the sheer spite that I sorta give a **** about the fandom. I want to see it a better place. That is what I believe is the ROI on justfurry.com. A place that isn't owned by the same 2 dudes in the fandom. And it isn't owned by a dude that has a Peloton in his 3 million dollar Manhattan apartment overlooking the ocean. At least I don't think so?
I'm not sure if the fandom is waiting for some %1 angel investor either. If you took their money do you REALLY want to be under the thumb of someone like that? You'll pay the price one way or the other! Legitimately it does come down to members in the community to invest. Because if you don't then nothing happens. It's just that simple.
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- How did i join the fandom?
Punk rock would be the best way to put it. The era that i joined the fandom was hyper conservative and technologically underdeveloped. While there was fandoms floating about such as sci-fi, trekkies, whovians, the whole concept of furry only a handful of people participated in the ideological concept of what we see today. Most of the time it was shelved off as people who wanted to work for Disney, Hanna Barbara, or Warner Brothers which in their own rights have influenced American culture in ways they couldn't even comprehend.
Punk rock of the 80's had this saying "Kill your idols!" People took this in the literal anarchistic sense that people are promoting to kill each other. I just let people think that. When in reality the philosophy is to help you help yourself. That you shouldn't just follow behind an entity because then you are a slave to that entity. When you say that you want to live in a Zootopian world and that's the embodiment of the fandom. I say "**** you" to that because i'm not a puppet underneath the now dead Walt Disney. And neither are you! You're better then that.
To an ends a lot of why i joined the fandom was to leave the mainstream behind and embrace the new, the different. To find people with different ideologies. Even if some of those people had a ludicrous outlook upon how the world and an animal society works that's great too! I was tired of being spoon-fed stories of love triangles that never have resolution because of some animation team milking a story for every drop (I'm thinking of 90's disney afternoon cartoons on this one.) Watching MAC Product model strut around with perfect skin and teeth. I vomit upon that level of perfection. I want flaws.. This fandom delivered on that concept in spades. That a cartoon animal can smoke, love, do drugs, have children,die, ****, swear, and commit horrible and beautiful acts because if an animal wants to retain humanity they must also bear the responsibility of it as well.1 0 Comments 0 Shares
- This is probably an odd thing to do on your 4th of 5th posting. Perhaps the first few posts on a social network are a lot like a microphone sound-check. You have to scream into it random things just to verify that everything is working.
But perhaps an #introduction is in order.
*pulls up a chair along with all of the awkward asterisks that accompany said chair leg as it screeches upon the cement floor and sits in it.*
Hi everyone, I'm S.. And I'm a furry! Been so since the 90's. It's a hell of a ride.
My platform is blogging. Yes, the thing that Gen-X'ers did during y2k and become internet famous for it. I actually showed up late to the party in around 2014. I was inspired to do so after mistyping console names into the internet and finding myself on the most strangest websites i've ever seen. It's a hard road but I found blogging to be the most rewarding thing I've done within an online community.
A lot of furs here tend to promote something that is their social hub as it were. A lot of you have a twitch account to which you stream for. Others have YouTube accounts. Some of you lucky bastards are Vimeo-Famous to which I especially follow you guys as you are the art-house trendsetters who throw the middle finger to money! I suppose if i was a high powered writer who wanted to be paid for my work I should probably get an account on "Medium."
I'm not.there either as I do hold the belief in server independence. The notion that the entire internet should not be held by a dozen or so major corporations because to be put bluntly no one deserves that level of power.
This doesn't mean I don't see the value in a social network. If I didn't I would not be here. Social networks are designed to get the word out to everyone that "You exist." and a website is your battleship letting everyone know "I am here."
For those interested. I did publish a lengthy article on how to get into the dark arts of blogging:
S-config.com is my site as well. And even though justfurry.com is still under construction and may not provide a exit-link gateway box warning users that they are about to leave this site. Keep in mind that you should always have a virus checker, no-script, and ad-blockers on your computers. Put that digital condom on. Because even though _I_ do not collect any personal data about you the next website you visit may not be so altruistic.
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- There's a site I want to talk about called "Infochammel" to me. The guys that put this together are my heroes because it's a one-man operation using actors and volunteers was able to mimic what it would feel like to have a public access channel in the modern era. This to me is what video production people consider 'retro'. They were on twitch for a while with their "Teleborg" service
This is my article if you want to know more.1 0 Comments 0 Shares