What is this place?

1maji2008/05/17(Sat) 15:19:16ID:JWhlwN410
What kind of purpose was this bulletin board installed in?

29maji2008/06/20(Fri) 21:06:47ID:dneATtVf0
B& OP!!!

Enough of your sick furry-shit.


It's a dog! A FUCKING DOG!!
Why definitely just cut out the middle man and watch real bestiality? Or are you just in denial of your sick fetish? Hiding behind the fact it's on a body that kind of resembles a human's physique.

Go on, admit it, you just want to fuck a real dog.
Do it, no one is judging you.

30maji2008/06/21(Sat) 15:14:39ID:PEXRIIC30
Here is a shitboard like Vip.
So I think this board is erases soon.

31maji2008/06/25(Wed) 22:19:17ID:2wSOFYXN0

"A teacher has been found guilty of dangerous driving after being stopped by police for having 13 people travelling in his Volvo car."

"an adult male and a boy were sitting in the passenger seat.

In the back there were two women with infants on their laps, the other six passengers, all young children were either sitting or standing in the centre section of the back seat.

None of the passengers was wearing a seatbelt."

"The defendant denied his action was dangerous saying he had been driving sensibly at no more than 20 mph."


32maji2008/06/27(Fri) 02:33:42ID:ILr7j60c0
A sharp increase in drugs and cellphones found inside a Brazilian prison mystified officials -- until guards spotted some distressed pigeons struggling to stay airborne.

Inmates at the prison in Marilia, Sao Paulo state had been training carrier pigeons to smuggle in goods using cell phone sized pouches on their backs, a low-tech but ingenious way of skipping the high-tech security that visitors faced.

"We have sophisticated equipment to search people when they go in, but they avoided this by finding another way to bring in cellphones and drugs," prison director Luciano Gamateli told Globo TV."


333a7m9w1z2008/06/29(Sun) 07:38:02ID:2B2GoIF60

34American Unko2008/07/05(Sat) 02:43:57ID:rtJwAITm0
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35maji2008/07/05(Sat) 03:12:03ID:pKAA/9mP0
Is this a "strange news" thread?

36maji2008/07/05(Sat) 05:13:45ID:7R/thbBv0
/dejima/ - English Copypasta

37maji2008/07/06(Sun) 05:57:44ID:YxmPhS3k0
We call it kopipe here.

38maji2008/07/09(Wed) 04:17:42ID:nthTfzeZO
I Love Akifumi

39maji2008/07/10(Thu) 14:26:36ID:wAM6sAyK0
Who is Akifumi?

40American Unko2008/07/14(Mon) 02:06:41ID:aRdLJuFz0
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41maji2008/07/29(Tue) 08:39:37ID:tLnRxgO30

42maji2008/08/12(Tue) 03:35:01ID:CFcP2Yq30

43maji2008/08/12(Tue) 03:36:10ID:CFcP2Yq30
sorry forgot to sage

44maji2008/09/26(Fri) 22:13:09ID:BzKvsf6e0

45maji2008/12/15(Mon) 16:51:01ID:wkIo6HLh0

46maji2008/12/15(Mon) 21:59:37ID:Tqf1s+QBO
this place ni real gaijin wa iruno?

47maji2008/12/16(Tue) 13:12:14ID:5cHOd5JB0
only jap

gaijin inai

48aj2008/12/16(Tue) 15:05:55ID:3rQnVotHO

Kiss my ass

49maji2008/12/17(Wed) 01:45:36ID:Qq/MAKQhO

50maji2008/12/17(Wed) 14:45:44ID:wTal98Tl0
This is a pen.

51maji2008/12/18(Thu) 03:36:45ID:I4Fbx6GJO
No, It is a dragonfly

52maji2008/12/29(Mon) 20:06:13ID:uIKz4SxKO

53 y‘ε‹gz y1191‰~z 2009/01/01(Thu) 00:58:36ID:rC25lrUoO

54119-230-69-184.eonet.ne.jp2009/03/06(Fri) 21:54:00ID:4HEociVO0
Let's check your IP Address.


HTTP_USER_AGENT=CoralWebPrx/0.1.19 (See http://coralcdn.org/)
HTTP_VIA=HTTP/1.0 (CoralWebPrx/0.1.19 (See http://coralcdn.org/))

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2009/02/19 18:23:23 planetlab1.isi.jhu.edu
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2009/02/20 15:44:11 planetlab-7.CS.Princeton.EDU
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It is an answer to Mr. >>1.

It is used to experiment on various Web as the realities though the intended purpose because of becoming accustomed to the system of a Japanese original bulletin board it chats as the foreigner person.

58119-230-69-184.eonet.ne.jp2009/03/07(Sat) 00:05:30ID:Ob9R//VZ0

Coral Content Distribution Network
The Coral Content Distribution Network, sometimes called Coral Cache or Coral, is a free peer-to-peer content distribution network.
Coral uses the bandwidth of volunteers to mirror web content, often to avoid the Slashdot Effect or to reduce the load on websites in general.


One of Coral's key goals is to avoid ever creating 'hot spots' of very high traffic,
as these might dissuade volunteers from running the software out of a fear that spikes in server load may occur.
It achieves this through an indexing abstraction called a distributed sloppy hash table (DSHT);
DSHTs create self-organizing clusters of nodes that fetch information from each other to avoid communicating with more distant or heavily-loaded servers.
The sloppy hash table refers to the fact that coral is made up of concentric rings of distributed hash tables (DHTs),
each ring representing a wider and wider geographic range (or rather, ping range).
The DHTs are composed of nodes all within some latency of each other (for example, a ring of nodes within 20 milliseconds of each other).
It avoids hot spots (the 'sloppy' part) by only continuing to query progressively larger sized rings if they are not overburdened.
In other words, if the two top-most rings rings are experiencing too much traffic, a node will just ping closer ones:
when a node that is overloaded is reach, upward progression stops. This minimises the occurrence of hot spots, with the disadvantage that knowledge of the system as a whole is reduced.
Requests from users are directed to a relatively close node, which then finds the file on the coral DSHT and forwards it to the user.


A website can be accessed through the Coral Cache by adding .nyud.net to the hostname in the site's URL, resulting in what is known as a 'coralized link'.
So, for example, http://example.com becomes http://example.com.nyud.net.

59No.582009/03/07(Sat) 00:10:00ID:Ob9R//VZ0


The project has been in an open beta testing phase since March 2004, during which it has been hosted on PlanetLab,
a large scale distributed research network of 400 servers but not, as ultimately intended, third party volunteer systems.
Of those 400 servers, about 275 are currently running Coral. The source code is freely available under the terms of the GNU GPL.
Coral Cache gained notoriety in the aftermath of the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake, when it was used to allow access to otherwise inaccessible videos of the resulting tsunami.


Some web filtering software packages, such as Websense, block access to the Coral Cache as it is seen as a form of proxy avoidance.

1:It is URL when the Coral proxy server is not use.

2:It is URL when the Coral proxy server is use.

Source URL

60119-230-78-36.eonet.ne.jp2009/03/10(Tue) 02:04:59ID:hnpdd/3/0

Web page URL changed.
Please change in the bookmark though the trouble will be multiplied by everybody.

Please continue your favors toward patronage humbly in the future.

The Web page of the Weblog style Web page was made for trial purposes.

1 : History repeats itself.

Old URL : http://119-230-69-184.eonet.ne.jp.nyud.net/~p1721-ipbffx600/kokuryo.gunma.amie.org/enter.html
New URL : http://119-230-78-36.eonet.ne.jp.nyud.net/~p1721-ipbffx600/kokuryo.gunma.amie.org/enter.html

The Web page of the wedding dress was made for trial purposes.

2 : Fairy Wedding.

Old URL : http://119-230-69-184.eonet.ne.jp.nyud.net/~p1721-ipbffx600/shibuya.tokyo.amie.or.jp/toppage.html
New URL : http://119-230-78-36.eonet.ne.jp.nyud.net/~p1721-ipbffx600/shibuya.tokyo.amie.or.jp/toppage.html

1:It is URL when the Coral proxy server is not use.

Old URL : http://119-230-69-184.eonet.ne.jp/env.php/
New URL : http://119-230-78-36.eonet.ne.jp/env.php/

2:It is URL when the Coral proxy server is use.

Old URL : http://119-230-69-184.eonet.ne.jp.nyud.net/env.php/
New URL : http://119-230-78-36.eonet.ne.jp.nyud.net/env.php/

From AmieNet Co.Ltd. Tokyo Japan

9 March 2009

61maji2009/04/23(Thu) 19:49:55ID:FEYlK5a20
I'm sad ;_;
Why doesn't 2ch let non-Jap IPs post on the main site?

Dejima sucks ass, practically no-one ever posts here.

62maji2009/04/24(Fri) 23:27:22ID:+TJNs/d60

63maji2009/04/25(Sat) 00:40:28ID:tTKxf6MK0

64maji2009/09/20(Sun) 00:37:49ID:asjST1Fk0
im am flebin zegs flarbkin

65maji2009/12/19(Sat) 22:41:56ID:Avb1BA6DO


66maji2010/04/05(Mon) 03:42:57ID:AxjfpHoq0
I have a little skil writing English.
But I can't understand this.
"i'm loving it"
What do you think is this trying to say?
Why he write not "I" but "i" ?
This thing keeps me awake.

By the way, why this thread can't write some Japanese?
I can't drow some picture using symbols.
People usually using 2ch is called this ASCII ART.
Please recture me.

I will never visit this board.
Thank you for reading.

67maji2010/09/25(Sat) 14:38:30ID:OVlcM9Mq0
Fuck me

68maji2010/09/26(Sun) 05:25:56ID:eJ5xKp5T0
"i'm loving it" simply stand for "I am loving it"

The person who wrote it made a grammatical error by typing "I" in lowercase form.

69maji2010/09/26(Sun) 10:18:53ID:Fb+Wch/+0
This is a end of 2channel.

70maji2010/10/01(Fri) 01:58:06ID:HLU7WDC50
Toots & The maytals - Funcky Kingston
SL2 - On A Ragga Tip
Sambassim - Fernanda Porto - Mad Zoo Jazzy's Remix
Samba Rio De Janeiro Remix
Sergio Mendes - You And I (Cutmore Remix)
Jackson Sisters "I Believe In Miracles"

71maji2010/10/12(Tue) 00:39:57ID:4os7AgUBO
i see

72119-230-71-63f1.osk3.eonet.ne.jp2010/12/11(Sat) 19:50:00ID:f50cSBo80
Akina's nice short story

Everybody and nice to meet you! I'm Akina.
I'm an one's own pace, and the blog of daily life and the idea to which the photograph readily is suitably exchanged and written.
Please look at my with one's own way patiently if it's good.
If it's possible to point it out readily, I'm welcome because it thinks that there are a lot of points that don't arrive either.
Then, please come from following URL.


Thank you for lending valuable advertising space.

73maji2011/07/12(Tue) 08:44:40.86ID:Oi3Nb6nV0

74maji2011/07/24(Sun) 21:32:32.11ID:XTPsc5v10
yes.we are sucks. and bottom of 2ch-er.

75maji2011/10/03(Mon) 21:44:49.72ID:lyT27ra20

76 ”E–@’ŸyLv=16,xxxPTz 2011/10/04(Tue) 04:35:20.75ID:2zF+EfBA0
shooting an elephant

77maji2012/01/04(Wed) 01:31:52.72ID:fFDuirnGO
good night.

78 y21.1mz dennouprion yŠΦ“d 81.7 %z 2012/07/29(Sun) 18:50:15.71ID:cKfBLT1F0?PLT(12079)
I don't know.

79maji2015/11/15(Sun) 00:48:08.23ID:wt4Q+l470
An imagination of World War III
precondition: Nuclear weapons are never used because of nuclear deterrence

Eastern Europe Theater
Russian Army invaded Ukraine. NATO and Ukraine resisted Russian aggression.

Eastern Asia Theater
The People's Republic of China commanded Army (PLA) to start anti-access/area-denial (A2/AD).
U.S. and Allies countered by Air-Sea Battle (ASB) and Distant Blockade and Maritime Denial.
ASB: regional conflict in the First Island Line
Distant Blockade: Oil embargo against China
Maritime Denial: to contain China in Asia Continent

Air-Sea Battle (ASB)
the Battle of Spratly
the Battle of Taiwan
the Battle of Senkaku
U.S. and Allies defeated PLAAF and PLAN

Distant Blockade and Maritime Denial
50% of China's GDP depends on overseas trade, and 85% of Chinese trade depends on shipping.
China had depleted its natural energy resources.

Xi Jinping ordered Operation Barbarossa
PLAGF intruded into Siberia to gain Russian natural gas.
PLAGF occupied Siberia and aimed to Moscow, but PLAGF was annihilated by burden of far long
logistics and Russian Winter.

Operation Double Cross
U.S. and Allies deceived PLA as if Allies' landing place was Shanghai.

Operation Overload
U.S. and Allies crossed the Yellow Sea and landed on Tianjin.
Allied Forces occupied Beijing. Xi-Jinping committed suicide in bunker.
Chinese Communist Party vanished and CCP executives were executed.
China dissolved into over one hundred countries.
Russia waned and disrupted.

references cited
Air-Sea Battle by U.S. Department of Defense

Beyond Air-Sea Battle by The International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS)

The Hundred-Year Marathon by Michael Pillsbury