>I like /a/'s autism
I don't like their emphasis on seasonal content, you wanted to make a thread about animation techniques, that's a ban for grammar; fair enough you make it again in a good way and you get your stuff closed and redirected to the suggestions board for old content, only to realize they send you to a chart posting board with no activity because it's an archive.
You comment criticism on the content's quality, that's a ban for flaming, you open a thread for a series from the season before, that's a closure. It's simply too focused on the current day's events rather than a meaningful discussion of the media itself, only the board's staff can do it and they have horrible grammar when they crosspost so it's not even a didactic thing to have the mod bot.
The board quality is poor in terms of content, it's just approved feedback by the bot and if a mod didn't get angry at your comment. /animu/ is not much better either, i like anime but in small doses, some people do get submerged in it.
In my opinion the Bunker era has been tough because people are simply too jaded to start posting like they did, a vicious circle, and truth be told many people posted based on lurking reactions which i mean anons posting due to their own ideas and not to give comments or feedbacks to something someone said. No content creators, so to speak.
Gahoole is an enigmatic figure in terms of profile, he made his board a fun place at the cost of never reverting its original quality, effectively killing it by turning it into a /b/. He's Mark's friend but he knows how to keep distance and wanted none with him in terms of hosting him a board, usually collected he's also an utter attention whore but only for the reason to vent in his wacky persona, he's strange and the /tv/ userbase these days is pure poison so it's 50/50.
My guess is Antares.