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„There is no place like home“

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>>48411
>chuunibyou seriousness
I kind of hate how this is probably one of the best ways to describe my relationship to the world.

>a bourgeois right of passage
It kind of is, because people still have this reflex that degree = the big cash from the days of the communist dictatorship when only the exceptionally gifted and the exceptionally connected got into a university.
Of course a lot of lazy cunts also use it to avoid joining the workforce. (Because it's ""free"" if you have the score necessary for a faculty)
If I were to be honest, in part I'm here too because my mother insisted ever since I was a little boy.
She wanted to go to uni, but here results sucked because she had to work to help support the family.
Since I entered first grade, she periodically warned and told me to study, so I can get ahead in life.
I guess I had this prepare for standards and expectations that don't even exist thing drilled into me since my childhood.

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Hello Ernstchan, my old friend

Had some rough times since I decided to move out since I couldn't (and didn't want to tbh) move in with my parents again as they have a guest who is occupying my room and will stay there for a while. Luckily though, my mom has a friend who moved away and left the keys with her, so I'm staying in a pretty big house all by myself for now. It's a bit triste due to many of the rooms being almost empty with just some leftover stuff lying around, but the rooms I'm using are comfy enough and the gas stove is great for cooking. There's also a nice big garden, even if it's also a bit abandoned. Saddens me a bit that I'll probably never own such a property :P
Went on a minor drinking bout, nothing too extreme, but I had to discipline myself to stop after I realized I've been drinking varying amounts every day for a week or so. Feeling alright now, though my sleeping schedule is busted & I'm having some anxiety attacks from time to time. Picked up smoking again, too, tbh that's been a pretty good decision so far. I'm sure many people picked it up again during lockdown.
Sent out my translation of Crystal World by Pelevin to a couple of people and got some positive feedback. Though most told me they didn't really get the historical context, so I'm trying to do some research and write a bit of an analysis to go with it, there's already a couple of Russian texts I could borrow from.

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I was watching an African cooking channel and was surprised to see a dish that is defintely not asian made with soy sauce and oyster sauce and I wondered what impact the chinese relationship and projects on the different regions of the african continent might have.
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Had Greek and Chinese class today.
Actually managed to get the Chinese test-question right this time, which makes me happy.
Knew the Characters well and made some translations during class.

>>48515
>Picked up smoking again, too, tbh that's been a pretty good decision so far. I'm sure many people picked it up again during lockdown.
Yeah. Also alcohol. I'd have probably picked up an alcohol habit by now because of the pandemic if I weren't such a genetic dead-end that my stomach can't handle it.

>What have you guys been up to?
Wrote a short text about a Chinese bowl for art class.
Also had to make a "visual transcription" and I let my inner artist loose :D

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Hello, I will post here some jokes I collected over the years way back on KC /int/.
Feel free to add your own.
There are way more than fit in one post, but I won't necessarily be able to post regularly.

Jerusalem's highest rabbi is on an official trip in England. On one
morning, he wakes up really early. It is Jom Kippur. He steps on the
balcony and sees the hotel's golf course.
He thinks "It's so early, nobody will see me". He grabs his golf gear
and steps on the green.
Up in heaven, St. Peter says to god "Do you see what the highest rabbi
of Jerusalem is doing? On Jom Kippur? Do you not want to punish him for
it?"
God nods. The rabbi drives off and hits hole in one, a perfectly rare
occurrence.
St. Peter: "I don't understand - you wanted to punish him!"

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No. 48521 Kontra
These were the last jokes, I'm done. Hope you enjoyed some of them.
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>>48521
I did at least. Thanks.
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No. 48523
I saved these from kc too. Probably not Latvian all of them but that is how they were posted.

Joke:
Latvian: Is so cold.
All: How cold is?
Latvian: Very. Also dark.

Joke:
Man is hungry. He steal bread to feed family. Get home, find all family have sent Siberia! “More bread for me,” man think. But bread have worm.

Joke:
Janis: I hope my son does not die during night.
Guntis: What is "hope"?
Janis: Yes. I know what you say.

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>>48521
:DDDD

An older Jewish gentleman marries a younger lady, and they are very much in love. However, no matter what the husband does sexually, the woman never reaches orgasm. Since a Jewish wife is entitled to sexual pleasure, they decide to ask the rabbi. The rabbi listens to their story, strokes his beard, and makes the following suggestion:

“Hire a strapping young man. While the two of you are making love, have the young man wave a towel over you. That will help the wife fantasize and should bring on an orgasm.”

They go home and follow the rabbi’s advice. They hire a handsome young man and he waves a towel over them as they make love. It doesn’t help, and she is still unsatisfied.

Perplexed, they go back to the rabbi. “Okay,” says the rabbi to the husband, “let’s try it reversed. Have the young man make love to your wife and you wave the towel over them.” Once again, they follow the rabbi’s advice.

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Because we all live in virtual world
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>>48438
the musoc is not that great imo but all the sound effects are just right 10/10
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>>48480
I love the soundtrack of the TF, tho there is a problem that you can't have dynamic in-combat music in the 1998 version, this is a problem, yea.
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Just finished Ion Fury. Took me something around 12 hours because after clearing all enemies I went secret hunting.

All in all it was a fun game, felt oldschool enough without being too retrowanking. The last boss was tedious, as it was just wave after wave of enemies with a boring boss mechanic.
Until then, I had fun. The guns felt good, difficulty was ok, I also didn't mind Shelly's one-liners. Although the Clusterpuck saw very little use because bowling bombs were just better in about every single way.
And it's amazing what they managed to get out of the Build engine.
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>>48519
This is based on eDuke32 port, not original build.

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We're back since the old one is on systemkontra now.

This thread is for discussing tabletop gaming, though experience shows that it's mostly been tabletop RPG discussion in various forms ranging from play experience, rules discussion and design talk. We currently have a game group ongoing, based out of a discord server here: https://discord.gg/ZGmpJe9 feel free to drop in. We actually play on most Saturdays at 0600 Zulu.

What are you lot up to in this field lately?
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No. 48476
>>48475
No problem. Have fun with whatever you're doing now.
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No. 48503
So, what days work for you Germany? I know that Sunday doesn't work well for you these days, but which days are still good for you since you're back at your studies.

I'm good anytime this week except tomorrow, and I think Brick is good later in the week. If last week was anything to go by, Friday and Saturday are better for you? Is that correct?
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>>48503
Nah, I got lectures each morning tuesday to friday, so the days that work for me are monday and saturday. And don't worry about me getting up too early, anything from 5:30 onwards goes.
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>>48508
Alrighty. Noted them away. Will get back to you as soon as I have updates. Currently thinking Saturday is good, but will have to confirm with brick.

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Post your artwork, discuss, give critique in this thread.

Useful books and resources:
https://mega.nz/#F!vp5hQCbQ!oCNGOUgaVeK1pHs3qasJDQ!uwJTnKiY

Anatomy and construction:
Michael Hampton - Figure Drawing - Design and Invention
http://gen.lib.rus.ec/book/index.php?md5=8993727FB63B9349CA089098ADEC9281
Painting:
Richard Schmidt - Alla Prima; Everything I Know About Painting
http://gen.lib.rus.ec/book/index.php?md5=51C45D10C094E67A426FE83C29F9E879
Perspective:
Joseph D'Amelio - Perspective Drawing Handbook
http://gen.lib.rus.ec/book/index.php?md5=D78225B034921F940DCA7EB75FA22EFD
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>>48499
Glow from fallout?
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Wow, this board is really slow.
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Sorry for the delay, I got here as fast as I could :D.
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I still check it daily.
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No. 48509 Kontra
>>48506
I come here two to three times a day. Snailchan, but as we Germans say
>gut Ding will Weile haben good things take time

Also meta thread of the month

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Nazis are a bunch of fucking retards. Nazis focus purely on the physical, the material (who you are, your physical features define you), while leftists fight towards an IDEA and welcome everyone who thinks the same, regardless of how they're born. Nazis are fucking retards.
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God dammit why you always take the bait
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>>48497
What bait, big titty man?
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No. 48510 Kontra
>>48498
We worship Stalin here, look up and you can see his statue being illuminated in the board header, no?

you probably never heard about historic materialism, that is why you think leftists fight for ideas, It's a shitty thread (opener), every kohlworm would bite into
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No. 48512 Kontra
I like how OP used a drawing by Latuff. Subtle.

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Does ligna claire require greater technical skill to execute than drawing styles which feature hatching/crosshatching? Asking because I heard this opinion recently and was surprised by it.
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I think cross-hatching is easier because it allows you be fuzzy about the details. A clean and precise drawing style doesn't leave a lot of room to hide your mistakes and weaknesses.

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Do any Ernsts enjoy birding here? Recently I've been getting into it. About two weeks ago I bought a cheap bird feeder at tractor supply and hung it in my backyard. At first nothing bothered with the feeder, but slowly a number of birds began to take notice. Now I have chipping sparrows, house sparrows, house finches, northern cardinals, and gray catbirds visiting the feeder. I also leave a bowl of water on the ground for american robins and european starlings, which I change every morning. Unfortunately, I do not have a decent camera so I cannot provide images of my backyard visitors. Here are some photos I found using google images.
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>>46177
>karelia
i imagine far up north the season is a bit different than here due to different climate, different environment and different prevalent mushroom species? if i'm not mistaken there's leccinum versipelle, boletus edulis and cantharellus cibariu in your basket though, which are common here as well. the latter two are actually my favourite mushrooms besides agaricus campestris, which you can see in the pic above. agaricus campestris is fairly easy to identify and their inedible/poisonous variants are quite rare, have a different color on the stem and smell different. however, people who never have picked mushrooms before and go for them may mistake them with amanita phalloides and die within a couple days. the poison quickly dissolves the liver.

>>46217
i just like to cook them with butter, onions, herbs, season with salt & pepper and eat it together with a loaf of bread, grilled potatoes or an omelett. mushrooms can be put into the freezer, but i prefer to eat them fresh right after i've picked them.
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Thanksgiving week? Check. Wild turkeys invading the suburbs? Double check.
They're probably hiding out from Elmer Fudd :D
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>>48447
Having grown up in the country I can tell you there is little more obnoxious than fuds
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>>48447
Cute!

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Well I guess no one else is doing it so who feels like a webm threda?
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>>48442
But the original is so boring.
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No. 48468 Kontra
>>48467
Oh. Spitting Image is sort of back. I didn't know that.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCyIB35_sc4
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>>47346
Is that the British rapper girl who looks about 14? I can't remember her name