wow.jpg weird world wide web Anonymous 12/31/17 (Sun) 10:01:01 PM 538
post odd things you found online
Anonymous 01/13/18 (Sat) 08:38:57 PM 586
David Firth makes amazingly weird stuff, most popular is the Salad Fingers series.
Anonymous 01/16/18 (Tue) 04:28:07 PM 592 >>586
I really enjoy David Firth's videos. Even his more recent stuff, like his video Cream, are still interesting.
Possibly OT but
would it be alright to discuss ARG related things in this thread, or should that get its own? Anonymous 01/16/18 (Tue) 08:00:32 PM 593 >>592
I liked that one, too!
>weird world wide web >post odd things you found online >would it be alright to discuss ARG related things in this thread, or should that get its own?
Sounds good to me. If a lengthy discussion ensues an extra thread can be made
Anonymous 01/23/18 (Tue) 09:10:21 AM 612
This is a neat collaborative art project I found online some years ago:
http://cdn.99rooms.com/ Anonymous 10/11/18 (Thu) 05:58:48 PM 971 >>586
he's working on a new episode of salad fingers. it's coming soon. i'm so excited
Anonymous 02/16/19 (Sat) 09:11:51 PM 1195
Does anyone know what became of this woman? Her FB profile is gone.
Anonymous 03/03/19 (Sun) 02:13:44 AM 1206 http://zombo.com
there is no secret to this site past what's available, but it is still kinda creepy
Anonymous 04/14/19 (Sun) 07:17:25 PM 1236 https://www.xen.altrugenics.com/xf/index.php
I randomly stumbled across this bizarre forum and cant work out what’s going on. Everyone is using terms and understanding it but it seems like some kind of schizophrenic word salad. I’ve tried googling things but I can’t find anything about it.
Anonymous 04/14/19 (Sun) 07:32:35 PM 1237 >>1236 >preserving altruists >first posts in the humor thread are about beating women Anonymous 04/14/19 (Sun) 11:06:53 PM 1239 >>1238 Do you know what any of it means? Anonymous 04/14/19 (Sun) 11:15:59 PM 1240 >>1239 https://www.xen.altrugenics.com/xf/index.php?threads/type-this-girl.951/
Like in this recent thread what are these words/descriptions they’re using and what are they meant to represent
Anonymous 04/15/19 (Mon) 03:10:19 AM 1242 >>1240
Sounds like schizophrenic rambles, conspiracy theories, mixed with white supremacy and esoterics. So basically, a mentally ill male circlejerk.
>I recommend only using the internet at internet cafes and coffee shops for posting on more sensitive places. Or if one lives in shared housing piggy backing off the free internet they have. However, the latter is still to insecure. Anonymous 04/15/19 (Mon) 04:24:39 AM 1243 >>1242
Yeah I’ve tried looking up so many of the terms and it seems like they have never been used literally anywhere else. From what I’ve found they’ve moved board randomly quite a lot of times so there’s never that much information on any one board and it’s hard to find old ones, on threads that have asked for definitions of terms they always don’t explain anything, so I think maybe they’re being secretive on purpose because of some paranoia they have. There doesn’t seem to be any clear political aim or group I know of they may belong to… its some form of eugenics but it seems kind of different than the typical white supremacy thing or the incel type lookism thing… plus the whole thing about it being about altruism but altruism is seemingly like never mentioned in the threads.
Anonymous 04/18/19 (Thu) 04:39:10 PM 1249 >>1243
Which ones specifically? Most of them are antrophology/phenotype autism. The board looks like a stormfront or 8ch /pol/ offshoot to me, pretty disgusting.
Anonymous 04/19/19 (Fri) 12:01:17 AM 1250 >>1249
Like all the classification things like ‘thallish/alpine/crinklesock/neothenized’? I’ve never heard any of those kind of terms before in these types of forum, and they seemingly don’t have any ‘dictionary’ type thing so I’m not sure where the idea originated from. Even the name of the board ‘altrugenics’ is that a thing? I’ve never heard it before and that board seems to be the only thing about it
Anonymous 04/19/19 (Fri) 02:00:55 PM 1251 >>1250
Thallish and crinklesock are weird, I agree. It's probably part of their vocabulary and you'd have to lurk for a while to understand those. But the rest?
alpine = alpine phenotype or "alpine race"
neothenized = with neotenous features
The title is the strangest part, but it's what makes me believe that the forum is just an offshoot of a bigger one. It sounds like an inside joke of sorts. It's not a thing per se, but I think what they meant is that neanderthals (they have those pictures in the banner), and people with neanderthal dna now (europeans) are "altruistic", which, lmao; and they need to protect the "altruistic" or neanderthal genes. It's white supremacist autism.
Anonymous 04/19/19 (Fri) 02:36:54 PM 1252 >>1251
ah okay, that's really interesting thankyou! Do you know what the slogan thing in the banner means 'celebrating K in a world gone w(r)ong?'
Anonymous 04/19/19 (Fri) 08:51:41 PM 1255 >>1254
The majority of the posts are written like that as well, like a lot of the sentences read like the words were just automatically generated. I just find it really strange that there’s a community of people who are communicating in this bizarre way but seemingly completely understanding it, do you think there is some kind of mental illness involved or it’s just I guess the culture of the board to talk like that
Anonymous 04/19/19 (Fri) 10:26:26 PM 1256 >>1255
It's probably some form of cryptography meant to hide them from judgement.
Anonymous 04/20/19 (Sat) 08:04:42 AM 1258 >>1254
The post in the image makes sense to me. Open up a random /pol/ thread now and you'll see plenty of similar shit. They also use "kek", "waifu" "-chan" in some threads…
Anonymous 04/21/19 (Sun) 05:34:16 AM 1261 >>1258
It’s not so much that it doesn’t make sense just that I don’t know if any normal person would phrase it that way
Anonymous 05/04/19 (Sat) 01:45:28 PM 1266
it's hard to find weird online spaces these days, tbh
Anonymous 05/22/19 (Wed) 12:31:58 AM 1273
I remember years ago I read this this long post called something like "finding the best girl". It was all about preparing, killing, cooking and eating girls, in that order. Can't find it by googling that though. Does anyone know what I'm talking about?
Anonymous 06/20/19 (Thu) 04:15:59 AM 1310 >>1307
this shit is so larger than life, i couldn't help but laugh. I'm sorry,
Artie. that really is a weird find, but i feel like it must be trolls.
Anonymous 06/20/19 (Thu) 05:43:17 AM 1311 >>1310
I don't think they're trolls, there's someone who's written tons of fanfic about them living in a group home. Some of them give me huge CWC vibes.
Anonymous 06/26/19 (Wed) 03:22:26 AM 1313
I was refreshing that site which shows you youtube videos with no views a few weeks ago and found this channel. This guy has made these weird biblical/hotep/math themed scrapbook pages and made a few videos reading them out. It sounds like some sort of code but I'd have no idea how to solve it.
Anonymous 07/31/19 (Wed) 06:27:10 PM 1337 >>1313
it seems like its just a mentally ill person
Anonymous 10/25/19 (Fri) 02:23:50 AM 1406 >>1313
Could you share the site? Sounds interesting.
Anonymous 12/03/19 (Tue) 10:25:15 PM 1429 >>1428
I thought the site was neat while browsing, and then after sifting through a few pages I found the forum where the real wierd stuff is concentrated. Interesting trip.
Anonymous 12/12/19 (Thu) 09:56:57 PM 1439 >>1240
I spent some time lurking their forums and it appears they share a lot of the strange terminology with other racist forums. As someone else said, they use these terms not because of undeniable mental illness (though some of these people come off as very sick in the head) but because they post on other suspicious racist websites and need to cover their tracks from the authorities whom they believe may be spying on them as part of a larger left-wing, anti-white Jewish conspiracy. Here is a rough dictionary of their terms:
>Thal / Thallish = like a Neanderthal >TT = Thal Thal = troo Thal = true Neanderthal
They use this when front of head and back of head appear affected by Neanderthal DNA
They use other terms starting with Ts to represent this just to be cryptic I guess (ex: Tony Tiger)
>Crinklesock = referring to the crinkled appearance around the eye socket
they appear to use it as a way of determining racial group
>deepsock = with deep eye sockets
They associate this with Neanderthal DNA
>shallowsock = with shallow eye sockets
They associate this with “melon heads”
>Type / typed / typing = identifying the “racial type”
or haplogroup, as these backwards racists would probably say
>MT = Melonhead Thal
Back of head appears like a melonhead and front appears like a Neanderthal
>TM = Thal melonhead
Just reverse above
>((( text goes here )))
Paranoia about Jews
In the context of their weird lore, Jews have very little Neanderthal admixture, so being a Thal / altruist (true Thal) is seen as a positive thing.
Anonymous 12/13/19 (Fri) 08:52:16 AM 1440 >>1439
Really wasting your time, huh.
Anonymous 12/21/19 (Sat) 01:45:30 PM 1444 >>1195
Oh yeah I forgot about her. Maybe Facebook took all of her stuff down
Anonymous 12/26/19 (Thu) 10:16:04 AM 1447 >>1439
I actually found this pretty interesting, did you come across anything that explains the phrase in the banner "Celebrating K in a world gone w(r)ong?" I guess the brackets is just meant to refer to jews? does the R mean anything specifically? What is K?
Anonymous 01/04/20 (Sat) 07:58:28 PM 1455 >>1447
not that anon but r and K is a theory, based on animals, prey being r-type and weak, while animals like wolves are K-type and strong, they are seperated by their respective traits. People think you can base this on humans aswell thinking that left-wing people are r-type and right-wing people are K-type I don't know too much about it but thats the general jist
Anonymous 01/04/20 (Sat) 08:51:55 PM 1456
Aren't r selected species ones that reproduce a lot but don't care a lot for their young whereas K selected species only make a few young but care for each one a lot? If anything I'd say that at least left-wing people have less kids than right-wing people tho.
Anonymous 01/22/20 (Wed) 02:52:19 PM 1462
You seem to be right. There are a myriad of images like this one floating around low IQ conservative circles.
Anonymous 03/22/20 (Sun) 04:17:26 AM 1496
1.PNG >>1236 >>1307 >>1401 >>1428
Websites like these, those strange maze-like projects and ramblings, or forums for close-knit individuals with various disorders and/or social ineptitude, genuinely intrigue me for whatever reason even if I don't necessarily agree with the userbase's social or political beliefs. Every so often I'll stumble across a page or forum like that and bookmark it, only to later go back and find that the link no longer works or the page was shut down, leaving me wondering what its purpose was. The puzzle-like sites like 973-eht-namuh-973, especially, remind me of mysterious late 90s/early 00s "internet riddles" that I used to try and solve when I was younger.
https://www.mcgov.co.uk/zahada.html http://neutralriddle.50webs.com http://www.gamemastertips.com/cipher/cipher.htm
On another note, if anyone's a fan of websites that are just conceptually unique with no specific meaning or purpose, look into Rafaël Rozendaal's "interactive art" websites (some of which are linked below.) Many of his sites have a sort of uneasy, unnerving feel to them, even though there are no jumpscares or objectionable content in them. Other sites of his are more artistic and experimental. He's been creating these since the early 2000s and they're all Flash-based.
http://www.itwillneverbethesame.com http://www.biglongnow.com http://www.futurephysics.com http://www.coldvoid.com http://www.tothewater.com http://www.towardsandbeyond.com http://www.fallingfalling.com
(and its counterpart,
http://www.deepsadness.com http://www.sinkslow.com http://www.nevernowhere.com http://www.trashloop.com http://www.manualsequence.com
Pic attached is "trashloop.com".
Anonymous 04/06/20 (Mon) 05:34:18 PM 1499 >>1496 >>1497
Love these websites. Thanks for sharing. Tip: stop using ABP. Use uBlock Origin so you can block trackers and all ads properly.
Anonymous 04/14/20 (Tue) 02:58:56 PM 1504 >>1497
Oh god if your cursor leaves the window he gets sad and starts looking for you
Anonymous 04/23/20 (Thu) 05:59:53 PM 1528 >>1439
I know you posted this ages ago, but if you're still here did you find out what their 'goal' I guess is? Like why are they 'typing' people? What political agenda do they have if any? It seems weird having a forum just putting people into these highly specific groups for no reason
Anonymous 05/04/20 (Mon) 01:22:45 AM 1531 >>1497
the pointerpointer website actually makes me want to cry. I love the fact these photos are so candid. It makes me feel like I'm laughing with friends at them. God I'm alone.
Anonymous 05/04/20 (Mon) 08:31:29 PM 1536
Bugsy(ZX81).jpg >>1532 I was reading the Wikipedia article and saw >One business venture they are well known for is creating eight text adventure video games. The Secret of St. Bride's was the first game they created, but they were also responsible for titles such as Bugsy and Jack the Ripper. The latter was the first video game to receive an "18" rating. Although television was shunned, computer games were liked as they involved "concentration and commitment". Interesting to think this matriarchal quasi-cult would be making furry PC games.