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Who wants to go on an internet adventure?
#0   Tue Aug 6 18:45:04 PDT 2019
http://www.sentimentalcorp.org/
Ever been here before? This website has some very strange content with videos and music. I remember coming across this content back in 2006 through a YouTube video called "Mormon Baits" along with other "Goat Worship" videos. It definitely has some weird elements. If you're interested in strange horror, strange humor, and ARGs. You might enjoy this place.
#1   Tue Aug 6 18:46:53 PDT 2019
Also feel free to add any other interesting websites and descriptions for other potential corners of the internet that may be worth exploring. Of course everyone should keep in mind visiting websites at their own risk is always recommended. Who knows what others may post here. But let's try to keep it tame if possible.
#2   Tue Aug 6 20:47:00 PDT 2019
Thanks for sharing that is interesting site. Sadly I can't think of any obscure websites to share... I've been on some before but I've forgotten about them.
#3   Wed Aug 7 07:11:45 PDT 2019
That site's nice! Interesting stuff, and the songs are cool too. The sound quality's kinda shit tbh.

I don't have anything as cool to offer. But here's something:

weeb radio https://moe-dyiri.neocities.org/radio.html
https://youtu.be/qe3c2XGnJw4
https://youtu.be/3PgjOFS5mJc
https://esfores.bandcamp.com/track/everytihng-i-make-is-shit
http://sbia.ytmnd.com/
http://momspaghetti.ytmnd.com/

Hope you enjoy
#4   Wed Aug 7 23:06:00 PDT 2019
@3
>Josip On Deck
I've listened to a bunch of his stuff.

I actually also have that music radio bookmarked. Found it on Wirechan.

>/a/ sings
I wish I could have taken part in one of those.

>ytmnd
Classic noice!
#5   Wed Aug 7 23:09:40 PDT 2019
https://www.cameronsworld.net/
Came across this not too long ago, thought it was an interest small little website.
That nostalgic feel gets me as someone who used to get online in the '90s.

I'll keep trying to post some once and a while as the thread continues.
Interested in seeing what else may end up being posted here.
#6   Thu Aug 8 07:48:54 PDT 2019
#7   Thu Aug 8 08:48:59 PDT 2019
@4
>>/a/ sings
>I wish I could have taken part in one of those.
Same
@5
That's cool. Early internet is so fascinating
@6
Nice site
#8   Thu Aug 8 18:33:38 PDT 2019
>Josip On Deck
>he doesn't know about T-TIME
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKWY6uUMBsE
#9   Thu Aug 8 23:52:22 PDT 2019
@6 This website seems oddly familiar. I think I might have stumbled upon it or at least a website of similar design as a kid. I saw the date of 2000 and that adds up to around the time I was coming across a lot of websites like these. 2000 - 2002 the internet seemed so much more massive to me as I really opened up even further to finding things than I did throughout the late '90s.
#10   Thu Aug 8 23:55:29 PDT 2019
@7
>Early internet is so fascinating
It certainly was and still is.

@8No, that's my first time seeing/listening to that. Do you have any other recommendations or other music videos similar to that?
#11   Fri Aug 9 02:20:50 PDT 2019
#12   Fri Aug 9 14:05:47 PDT 2019
@11 It's been a long time since I've seen a website adventure game like those.
Thank you for the share.
#13   Sat Aug 10 18:35:02 PDT 2019
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#14   Sun Aug 11 22:45:00 PDT 2019
@13 Not sure if I want to hop on TOR and go there.

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