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Doubt it. I'm sure the missing post bug is still about...
If you see any "recent" posts disappearing, let me know--that's probably the worst type of bug for the site.
._. omg the tirth post (i think the "id" is the number of the post) 5.6 years ago.... nice :D
oh hey, missed the site's birthday by a day or so
Doesn't mean we can't celebrate :)
Celebrate yande.re times!! Come on!!
这……应该不是第一张帖子吧?
Windwing said:
这……应该不是第一张帖子吧?
No, this is the third post.
not first
in my memory,the first was Louise
远古巨坟。。。。
the ancient gravewww
DER IS DE WAY BRUDDAS!
At that time,I was only five years old...
3189753307 said:
At that time,I was only five years old...
And I was 22. I know this site since it was named moe.imouto.org. Time passes so fast…

(But avoid to give too personal details in comments, please).
Oh! wow this site go way back hah
ahh, those times when internet was so slow (50kb per sec), and I could go on and 'refresh' myself 3-5x a day
I would alt tab wow and oreno on mozilla <3
the best times of life are really teens and early 20s :)
seishikao said:
ahh, those times when internet was so slow (50kb per sec), and I could go refresh myself 3-5x a day
In 2006, I had a 1 Mbps unlimited ADSL connection already… 128 kio/s.

seishikao said:the best times of life are really teens and early 20s :)
I would say that it’s more because in the 2000s, webpages were lighter and less insanely stuffed with crappy trackers telling the GAFAM what site we were browsing, what other website we came from previously, when and where on Earth. Google was still known as a search engine first (Chrome and Gmail didn’t exist yet), Twitter and Facebook were still unknown to the masses, Flash Player was still viewed as a cool thing, YouTube was still stuck with 2 mn max in blurry 240p quality videos only, its French rival DailyMotion seemed to have its chance to be more popular, Yahoo! had just begun its downfall; and it was the golden age of the individual blogs and forums.

Sometimes, I’d like to return to these good old times… Luckily, we have the Wayback Machine for that!