Well it's just that I know /oat/ is very different than /anon/, and I didn't know if Anonthony had a particular preference. Like what if he only made /anon/ as a containment zone for all the fucked up people that came as a result of /mlp/ getting screwed? I mean you gotta admit, to someone who's not accustomed to the "dark side" of the fandom (or whatever bronies would call /anon/ now), /anon/ is probably a horrifying place.
Also there's all that talk about merging with Ponychan, it makes me think that some people kinda take for granted the situation we already have–/oat/ for the tripfags and whatever they do, and then /anon/ for /mlp/ refugees and other anons.
Or maybe I'm wrong, and people from /oat/ post on /anon/ all the time and vice versa, but that doesn't seem to be the case.
It just gets me thinking, which side is Anonthony on? The more personal, friendly side of MLPchan (the "Ponychan side") or the more devious side (the "4chan outlaw side").
Maybe I'm misunderstanding here, but /oat/ and /anon/ seem to have radically different cultures, and all the other boards seem pretty dead. I don't have a problem with /oat/ at all as long as they don't bother /anon/, I'm one of those guys who has no problem ignoring things that I don't like that don't affect me. But all it takes on /anon/ is one unnecessary namefag and entire threads will be derailed into the same arguments about why people should/shouldn't use a name on /anon/, regardless of whether or not the namefag was even doing anything wrong (aside from using a name).