>>865 >>866 >>932 topgif
This post will prob be lost in the abyss, but I have been using chromium on xubuntu for years, with the dark theme. I had previously made a thread on /gg/ about it here: https://enrive.org/gg/thread/7449 Just now, stylish became disabled, and I had to manually re-enable it. It still works, but I seen this message when I went to my extensions tab: >This extension violates the Chrome Web Store policy.
>>4541 Since that thread mysteriously disappeared.. http://web.archive.org/web/20180804145739/https://enrive.org/gg/thread/7449
The only way is up - poor Lucy
Dear stormfags (assuming we even have that in a place as free as masterchan). When you say you are against 'degeneracy', it means you are in favor of doing what is 'natural'. Well, do I even have to explain myself further? Just look at the picture. If you want women to shave their armpits, you are being a degenerate. In your life you hardly ever do what is 'natural'. Don't use that as an excuse, it makes you look stupid as fuck.
>>7357 LMFAO!!! Okay now this is epic!!!
the belly is the soft meat
>battlestar galactica, now THAT was a good TV show
boomer was the best soldier ....for both sides
For anyone who might have downloaded a userstyle for Enrive, or uses the Stylish browser extension, your browsing history is seemingly being tracked. Please read more at: https://enrive.org/nsa/thread/4524 Here is a quote from the thread: >Unfortunately, since January 2017, Stylish has been augmented with bonus spyware that records every single website that I and its 2 million other users visit [EDIT - I am told that the Chrome version has had tracking since January 2017, but the Firefox version has only had it since March 2018]. Stylish sends our complete browsing activity back to its servers, together with a unique identifier. This allows it’s new owner, SimilarWeb, to connect all of an individual’s actions into a single profile. And for users like me who have created a Stylish account on userstyles.org, this unique identifier can easily be linked to a login cookie. This means that not only does SimilarWeb own a copy of our complete browsing histories, they also own enough other data to theoretically tie these histories to email addresses and real-world identities.
>Masterchan >IP Chan >Ccluster >Enrive >Lewd Pick one.. check em
Hello Chums post your favorite youtube links. I like the splits see how easy it is..https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JI-LyVljz5I
Classical music please https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wnt2Lgd6YN0
>>4045 skip to 1;04
What does /lit/ think of this? Is this THE philosophical work of our generation? http://mundusmillennialis.com/
>>360 thats because fagmin deleted all the good stuff, and left the lame bullshit up.like most chans,then we are left with middle of the road bland normie shit.