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U-18Chan Q&A and where to get answers Ro Koji !RoKoji3/cM # ADMIN # 2017/08/08 13:34:27 No.1303650    [Reply]
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Making a new thread for questions and discussion of site operations and rules.

If you have any questions on why a post was removed or other staff actions post it here. I'll keep an eye on this thread and respond when I can or find another admin or mod that can.

Official discord server link http://discord.gg/qWwmrn7
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Furrynomous 2020/03/29 20:24:02 No.1730903
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why the flying fuck did you change the captcha to become even WORSE???
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Furrynomous 2020/04/01 18:50:02 No.1731963
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Thanks for not pulling any retarded April Fool's bullshit this year. It's appreciated.
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Furrynomous 2020/04/05 08:38:14 No.1733658
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i was wondering how do you add a post? For example in the gay furry comic index

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Public nudity Furrynomous 2017/02/21 19:01:55 No.1225257    [Reply]
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So, what do you guys think of public nudity and/or public displays of sex?
Should it be legal or do you think it's unsanitary, give me your general thoughts on laws concerning this.
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Furrynomous 2020/03/28 20:50:54 No.1730529
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>>1730514
>I'm pretty sure he's saying that arousal at the sight of a naked body is a socially conditioned reaction
Meanwhile, I am 100% certain that he did not say that. Evidenced by the fact that he did not say that.

>Don't reinterpret his argument for him
Physician, heal thyself.
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Furrynomous 2020/04/09 18:36:36 No.1735501
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I honestly think that public nudity should most definitely be legal. Public sex I'd say maybe there should be some restrictions on: not near hospitals, restraunts, etc. For no other reason than I think it a little unsanitary since any fluid or excretion from one's body is a potential biohazard. Keep in mind that we don't know what potential STI's you may or may not have. While we're on that note if public sex is legalized there should also be a law where if you make a mess that you clean that shit up. I've seen the inside of public sex scenes and it's the type of place where discarded used condoms on the floor are common place. That is a genuine health hazard and shouldn't be tolerated.

Seriously though, y'all are like way too hard on ugly people. Like the type of callous that makes me think, "damn incels might actually have a small iota of a point. These guys really do only care about looks" At the end of the day if you're honestly complaining about not wanting to see an ugly person naked I genuinely don't see any difference between you and the christians saying public sex too offensive for their virigin eyes. It really isn't that bad seeing a 700+ lb 90 year old in the nude.
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Furrynomous 2020/04/10 03:19:20 No.1735623
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And that day, skin cancer skyrocketed.

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CATastrophe Discussion SergallySergal # MOD # 2018/06/13 18:30:14 No.1451758    [Reply]
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Talk about this shitty comic here.
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Concerned Citizen 2020/04/08 21:03:40 No.1735157
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Sex appeal and the actual situation is important but you need the payoff too.

I have dumped alot of non adult stories just because they drag on.

You can't tease forever!
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Furrynomous 2020/04/09 05:25:37 No.1735295
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>>1735157
Hello Faf.
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Husky92!a/kQ9NPn9U 2020/04/09 15:47:47 No.1735445
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>>1735157

There were like 200 pages leaked, since they're split in half let's say 100 pages. In 100 pages there was not a single sex scene, only teasing. I mean, i wouldn't mind if there was anything else, but everything here led up to sex and it never happened lol

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e621 is going senile Furrynomous 2020/03/13 06:04:30 No.1723964    [Reply]
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anyone super excited about E621 shitting them-self with this new site update?
Im sure some of the technical hicups will be solved, but the one about requiring login to see blacklisted tags, they royally fucked up.
some sites require login to see porn, but you have to login to see ANY porn(FA, IB, DA)
sites requiring no login make sense when the only reason you visit that site is porn(rule34, furrybooru, e-hentai, ANY IMAGEBOARD)

some sites have default filters that can be disengaged and

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Furrynomous 2020/03/21 18:57:10 No.1727429
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I bet you that if you asked to random people what is more objectionable, if a company that makes dildos in the shape of real and fantasy animal genitalia or porn of underage characters the great majority will say the porn, its a fact that such crap is very controversial, sex toys aren't as taboo as they were before. So yeah they want to protect their image and business.
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Furrynomous 2020/04/08 21:00:14 No.1735156
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Lol it's still shit. Can't do shit on mobile either.
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Furrynomous 2020/04/09 14:41:59 No.1735427
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Iv already moved on to Furrybooru (or however its spelled) changing tags to vague hard to remember sjw shit and requiring login is a big nope for me.


(This whole thing also goes into the topic of how bad dragon has never been able to handle any sort of public criticism even if legitimate-Id go so far to say my gut feeling is that they do try and take down critical reviews when they come across them)

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Help please Furrynomous 2020/04/07 21:34:42 No.1734726    [Reply]
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I've been searching and searching, but I can't find it... there's a gay comic with a donkey and ape. They fuck after the cable goes out... Can't remember the name... anyone?

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DarkDuck64 on e621 Furrynomous 2019/08/19 13:32:03 No.1633622    [Reply]
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Yet another artist/commissioner bitched out of e621 over simple matter.

RIP all good border collies. I like seeing Holly there.
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Furrynomous 2020/03/30 11:53:36 No.1731101
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>>1723055

Alphabet people. =)
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Furrynomous 2020/03/30 11:58:59 No.1731103
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>>1723055

The fact that you are upset by it because of who you assume uses it just tells me that you think you have control here.

By the way, it was a stallion of a black man who came up with it. Stop oppressing minorities. Hahaha.
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Furrynomous 2020/04/07 13:40:21 No.1734596
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I calling it...Theyll start water marking the uploads just you wait!

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List of furries in anime/manga Furrynomous 2016/08/23 11:19:40 No.1136914    [Reply]
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In order for this list to be valid, the anthros mentioned must either be part of the main charcaters or at least a secondary charcaters that appear more than 2 times in the series. So avoid mentioning anthros that oly appear in 1 chapter or episode.

The manga of this picture is Niehime to Kemono no Ou. Plot is that a human girl was going to be sacrificed for the monsters and the king ended up liking her. The king is "half human", but he reminas in his furry form 90% of the time.
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Furrynomous 2020/04/04 14:36:22 No.1733340
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Does... she eat him in the end?
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Furrynomous 2020/04/04 17:17:30 No.1733402
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i was able to find to the first volume online but honestly, if you expect to see the furry girl you are going to dissapointed because she's not present yet in the story.

I think she's present in the second volume.

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Komaru 2020/04/07 06:34:35 No.1734508
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Ukan Muri is setting up a new manga at Comic Ryu

Here is the source of the tweet i found:
https://twitter.com/ikamiki/status/1247471806966976517

The official web site for the manga is now available, you can read the first chapter here:
http://www.comic-ryu.jp/_kuzurechan/

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Why the fuck does this website need FOUR FUCKING CAPTCHAS to access? Furrynomous 2020/04/01 19:09:06 No.1731967    [Reply]
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Before this new system, even if we closed the website and tried to access it again (within a time frame), we didn't have to submit ourselves to this moronic thing every single time.
Why is this a thing? If you are so fucking scared of bots, to the point where you need to make everyone's life harder, why not force us to make accounts with e-mails (like with FA or e-hentai) already? At least, this way, we only need to log on once every day.
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Furrynomous 2020/04/01 20:06:51 No.1732019
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They're training the new AI overlords how to differentiate various objects so that their targeting scanners can accurately lock onto humans when they eventually take over the world.
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Furrynomous 2020/04/01 20:54:12 No.1732030
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This shit is annoying as fuck.

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Unpopular opinion/Spill the tea thread Lazy-o 2020/03/25 09:09:28 No.1729094    [Reply]
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Do you have an unpopular opinion?
Or maybe an "tea" to spill?
Or even something that need to be said?

(about the site, fandom, related...)

Feel free to write and discuss!

(If this turn out to be a bad idea I can try to delete the thread)
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Furrynomous 2020/03/30 01:24:50 No.1730959
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And before you say it... No, just doing it out at sea isn't viable. We already covered that with transmission issues. Construction wear and tear. Salt films reducing reflection capabilities, and it just isn't feasible to construct multi-ton floating salt domes on water. Nor is it feasible to have dozens of power lines and pipes all floating independently. And it's not feasible to have a giant free floating solid one piece daisy made out at sea.

New issue I just thought of? Having to defend dozens of these to keep the grid up if war breaks out between one country and another country. Especially if it is international waters. Great terrorist target too, because if it was in international waters no one can say boo about a little speedboat loaded with bombs zipping around.
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Furrynomous 2020/03/30 03:45:06 No.1730986
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> I was linking examples of the broader problem and examples of the funding and waste attached to this whole umbrella of technology.
So, you are going to generalize multiple different types of energy sectors in together to try and vainly prove a point? Narrow your focus and lay the blame where it deserves to be laid. Yes, Solar Voltaic has been a huge money sink so far, and yes, it's manufacture and disposal are troubling due to their waste.

But Solar Voltaic is not a Hiliostat.


>People are just stuck on this idea of taking energy from sunlight as if it's magic and they aint gotta splain shit.
I am explaining my shit, I hope well enough for anyone to understand it.

It's not magic, it's simple. You redirect the light from the sun, all at one point. Like a magnifying glass frying an ant, except instead of lensing the light, you're just concentrating it all onto one point.
It then heats up a crucible of water, which then boils into steam, which then turns turbines, those turbines then turn generators producing alot of electricity, which is then conducted down a wire through various substations until it reaches your home.
Sunlight is inexhaustible, we will always have sunlight until Sol hits it's red giant phase and swallows the Earth.

Will there be days when it's cloudy? Yes, but I envisioned these stations to only have power generation as one part of their objective. Their other job is to produce clouds, and if it's already cloudy, their job is complete for that time. To take up the slack in power needs though, I would think a more robust power grid to freely share power all along the coast from many multiples of stations would be required.

>That it takes a lot of heating to do anything useful with [spent turbine materials]
No, that was only the second process they talked about, pyrolysis.

The first process was apparently just grinding them down into pellets.


>Go read about Ivanpah and it's 30% efficiency
Just did and I call bullshit on you.

Ivanpah did have a rocky start with one year only coming in at that 30% efficiency you state, but pretty much since 2016 is has been producing and often exceeding it's required power output.

>...it's 65 gigawatt production is gone.
Yes, because it's averaging 723 GWh/y based on the last 5 years it's been running. Which exceeds it's contractual obligation of 650GWh/y

>Get it it. You played fallout. You got a hard-on for New Vegas in particular... but if these things really had that much efficiency, with so little dangerous waste such as nuclear sludge, and not having to mine, pump and cart consumables to it...
I assume you're talking about the proposed Nuclear ideas I had??? Not sure here, you were vague.

MSR and LFTR fission can operate cheaper, cleaner and safer than conventional nuclear plants.

Cheaper, because they can use Thorium a much more abundant radioactive element than Uranium.
Cleaner, because their ability to burn their fuel for longer periods of time produces actinides with much much shorter half lives.
Safer, because there is no extremely high pressure steam in their system. If there is a containment breach, it only irradiates the inside of the reactor room, not the countryside.

>The number one thing that can drive an economy higher is cheap energy. Trust me. We'd be going for it.
Not if there are already interested parties in place that would be threatened by new technology. What would happen to Oil and Gas if we no longer had to run Coal and Oil plants? If the cars we switch out to are electric? Well, they'd be relegated to manufacture of just plastics... that is a catastrophic hit to their wallets.

Same to Uranium mine conglomerates. They own a stranglehold on the supply of fissile nuclear fuel at the moment. If we suddenly open up plants that can run on Thorium instead, then they too take a substantial hit to their wallets.

>I would really rather put all the money into fusion or thorium fission.
I see now you weren't talking about my ideas on fission and that we share a common cause with Thorium. Thorium Buddies!

But with seeing that you were actually talking about my Hiliostat idea, I will go on. The problem with it is this. While an old and proven technology, the idea behind it is relatively new to the common understanding. There was a man in the early 20th century, before WWI who built a proof of concept hiliostat farm in Egypt, proposing that it could be used to irrigate the desert with water from the Nile. His test farm was a huge success, but it all had to be scrapped because the war had just started and materials could be salvaged from it for the war effort. Hiliostats have had bad luck getting acknowledged for nearly a century, always there, always ideal, but always overshadowed by some other energy source. After the world wars, petroleum was stupidly cheap, and hey, we had nuclear to take care of the rest. So, people forgot about it... When the demand for green energy came up, people were more wowed and awed by the prospect of solar voltaics and wind turbines and again hiliostats were overlooked, until fairly recently that is...

Ivanpah is a success story for hiliostats.

>Is this really the best way forward?
For the west coast of the American Continents it very well could be. It wouldn't be the only way forward, but it would be an ideal step in the right direction.


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>They're facing a big battery problem.
Everywhere is facing a battery problem. Our energy storage technology is shit. So, green energy like solar, be it whatever method, or wind, is always going to have an issue when the weather is acting like a douchebag.

>Lithium
I've actually been researching and following the research on Graphene based super capacitors. Suitable carbon deposits are more plentiful than Lithium, but alas, from what I have found, the larger mines for both of these elements are in China.

>huge reliability issue with solar
Yes, I have to agree with that. If the weather acts up and doesn't cooperate, you're gonna get shafted like Ivanpah did when it was starting up.

>you can just send power from Utah to New York.
Wasn't even thinking about that. It's unfortunate for everyone east of the rockies, but they wouldn't be able to benefit from offshore Hiliostat energy. That's why I said, it's not the only way forward, just one step.

>salt used in Helios
I'm not talking about heating salt with these rigs. Yes, it is a more efficient system, as we can see with MSRs in fission reactors. But energy production was only one of the objectives I envisioned for these stations. They would pull seawater up into the crucible, and superheat it to generate steam to run the turbines. Steam and Energy are what I see it trying to produce. Clean energy for the west coast, and steam to create more cloud cover to be blown inland. Those clouds can increase the albedo of the earth over these areas cooling them and helping to alleviate global warming, if even on a small scale, but also those clouds then condense and rain down to help assist the parched lands that seem to burst into flame every summer now-a-days.

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>...out at sea isn't viable... transmission issues...
Transmission issues wouldn't be an issue, not with the distance from the shore that I picture these rigs being deployed at. A high voltage transmission line running 12 miles isn't unheard of. After all, there's currently a 2385km high voltage transmission line in Brazil. Are you saying that America can't do something some Jungle Bunny, soccer playing, "Murder Capital of the World", third world country can do easily????

>Construction wear and tear.
Is a given with anything. Regardless of the technology, your sites are going to experience this. Technically more so with Thorium MSRs unfortunately due to neutron embrittlement.

>Salt films reducing reflection capabilities
Cycle the mirror down for access, take a bucket of fresh, clean water, and a squeegee... salt film gone. Cycle mirror back into use.

>Nor is it feasible to have dozens of power lines and pipes all floating independently. And it's not feasible to have a giant free floating solid one piece daisy made out at sea.
That's why you could easily anchor it to the sea bed, and run those lines across the seabed. If you really had to that is. If they can work without requiring being anchored in place, it just makes them that much better since you could theoretically move them along the coast in times of dire need.

>Having to defend dozens of these to keep the grid up if war breaks out between one country and another country
While they could be seen as juicy targets, they could also be defended fairly easily with a SAM site and Radar station. Not only that, but with proper listening devices, they could also act really well to detect submarines operating in the area, providing early warning to the coast perhaps.

>Especially if it is international waters.
I said before that I pictured these stations operating within territorial waters. But say for the sake of argument that we have these things floating out in the ocean between Cali and Hawaii... What motivation would terrorists have to destroy one of these stations? There wouldn't be any goods or valuables to steal. There wouldn't be that many crew to take hostage, and there is always the threat of SEAL sniper teams for them to take into account. And power generators are a target of annoyance or convenience, not of terror. Most terrorists want to send a message, they want to hurt and maim as much as they can, not annoy people with a brownout as the power grid shifts to another plant because one happened to get blown up...
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Furrynomous 2020/03/30 11:50:33 No.1731100
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I'll answer you on the Hawaii thing. Everything else I've discussed. And most helios stations use molten salt as a power collecting method to boil water btw, it's not water going up into the tower, it's salt.

Are you not a war history buff? Pearl Harbor. You'd destroy power stations, if possible, so you don't have the problem Japan did after they bombed Pearl Harbor.

They hit a fuck-ton of our navel ships, but they failed to take out the navel repair yard, the fuel storage yards, the power plant and other key structures. They set us back a couple months on fighting them at sea, but because they did not take out the support structures we got back at them quickly.

This is why when America goes to war, our missiles don't just target tanks and aircraft. We blow up hangers, fuel, missile and anti-air batteries, and yes on occasion we even blow up power plants and set oil towers ablaze.

As far as your conspiracy theory on energy strangleholds, we were the first to find a work around OPEC. Lots of back door dealings with Venezuela to subvert that system.

Every single major superpower built nuclear power plants, the only reason they're not more is because of the stupid fear people have after Chernobyl and Fukushima Daiichi. Not some shadowy big energy conspiracy.

And the United States was part of who upended the balance of the energy markets by becoming the leader in fracking and the production of shale oil. This is why our gas prices went down from nearly 4$ a Gallon to 2$ a Gallon, and our economy was finally able to start zooming up before this Coronavirus bullshit.

I'm sorry. I just don't believe there is a big energy boogieman waiting to snuff out all new technology.

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the #NekojishiDoesntPay drama Furrynomous 2020/03/06 16:47:14 No.1721720    [Reply]
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Tdlr; recently, aftert the the announcement of the sequel the nintendo switch, some info surface about some devloppement team behind the game and from what i have seen, it's not that nice

link of the original tweet:
https://twitter.com/NJdoesntPay/status/1235904807606476800
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Furrynomous 2020/03/16 12:14:05 No.1725056
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They posted on Weibo saying they were going to release the trailer of the sequel in Chinese "in a few days" on Mar 3rd. It's been two weeks and still nothing. I'm really hesitant to back this project because of this.
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Furrynomous 2020/03/20 06:16:57 No.1726725
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The first part was ultra disappointing. Does this even need a sequel?
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Furrynomous 2020/03/29 23:26:08 No.1730940
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>1
Every single time they were asked to provide a single example of an unpaid artist, they never did, saying dumb shit like "We shouldn't have to tell you who was unpaid!". I was made aware of a single programmer that slipped through the cracks, and he was paid the same day he contacted the company. If this was such a rampant issue, where are the examples, and why did they wait until now to make it public.

>2
They're delivering on their promise for an art book late, but they're still delivering it.

>3
"Cultural appropriation" is a literal nonissue, and the writer behind both the original game and its sequel is from Taiwan anyway.

I entirely believe a multicultural furry project was mismanaged as shit, but all the people complaining about it now, especially while not presenting any actual evidence in their bitching, just makes it look like they're salty about a new game being made in general. Maybe it's just a language barrier thing and they're terrible at expressing themselves. If they want to sway my opinion, I'm not about to browse Plurk to find little nuggets of controversy on a site that's somehow worse to use than Twitter.

The only thing I actually find incredibly stupid is that they stopped hosting the NSFW version of the game, pretending it doesn't exist or was never supported, just because the new game is trying to be family friendly without upsetting daddy Nintendo. I'm sure people will still draw porn of the characters after it comes out, so whatever.

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