>I think anonymity is really important.
Me too, but my concept of anonymity revolves around a lack of real names and usernames, I don't particularly see a problem when anons recognize each other across different boards and sites altogether, as long as no one is calling each other by fixed handles. I guess this somewhat lighter concept of anonymity comes from BR boards and me spending too much time with chat groups.
>I'm sorry to say I don't have any sense of comradery
I was wondering about that, now it makes sense. I have no attachment to what became of GG, but I did had a strong bond to the anons in the early GG generals. It was my first contact with so many people working towards a single goal, a somewhat of a noble one at that. That must be why I got upset at you.
>I've been in 4chan since 2007 so I guess whatever shit I say is as valid as whatever other shit any other fag says.
That's oldfag era. I would say your opinion has value.
>I can feel we're far away ideologically, I don't even think in the same language or the same coordinates, now this is my assumption, but who cares?
I wonder if you're >>1624
. If you are, everything makes more sense, we're on very different positions indeed. Still, I'm not radicalized and polarized to the point of lashing out against those who think different than me right out of the bat, things like that only happen when the situation gets out of hand, which unfortunately happened here albeit thankfully on a much lower scale than what often happens in other boards.
>I wouldn't even have bothered if it wasn't for my deplorable mental state.
This is something we have in common. I'm a complete mess beyond repairs as well, I should have died a long time ago. Hopefully I will be gone very soon, I can't take this shitty life anymore.
I can relate to that. Not completely, but I don't fit in most places either.