>See, the hardest thing for me was leaving the site. I still love 4chan. And we were treated like hackers on steroids. We had it all, just for the shitposting. Our wives' sons, motherless threads, keks, everybody rode along. I had plastic jugs filled with piss stashed under my desk. I had a plate full of chicken tendies next to the bed. Anything I wanted was a check from the wagecucks away. Free trap pics. The invites to a dozen private trackers all over the web. I’d bet twenty, thirty grand over a weekend on Bitcoin and then I’d either accept my ban from the jannies for a week or go to the router to change my IP address. Didn’t matter. It didn’t mean anything. When I was broke I would go out and shitpost some more. We ran everything. We pissed off cops. We pissed off normies. We pissed off journalists. Everybody had their dicks out. Everything was for the taking. And now it’s all over. And that’s the hardest part. Today, everything is different. There’s no action. I have to wait around on Captcha like everyone else. Can’t even get decent threads. Right after I got on /r/movies I asked for kino recommendations and I got Onions Wars and Capeshit. I’m an average normie. I get to live the rest of my life like a redditor.