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I just found out about this board. I am happy. Reposting an IWO from some months ago because happiness
A park in Lima City
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No. 23934
>>23903
I was really disappointed by it but then again I went to probably a shitty, smelly beach in Santa Monica at night. The Pacific intimidates the shit out of me by its sheer size though. You can look at one whole side of the planet and basically it's nothing but that ocean.
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>>23903
Actually how different if at all is it between going to a California beach and a Peruvian one?
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>>23934
>>23935
The size adds to the appeal. On one hand it almost feels only one barrier stands between you and the other side. On the other hand, the scale is dwarfing, especially at night and when you look at the city in comparison.
I've never been to California, and not a lot of beaches in general so I can't compare. I can only really compare it to places like Ica, which are generally prettier. Still, in Lima itself you have conventional beaches along with cliffs, which attract people who want a seaside experience but don't want to deal with beachgoears or sand.
Went to a museum all about electricity. They had an exhibit where you can power some lightbulbs with a bike. My pedaling can only light three of them though.
Also in Barranco you can find art shops. This one has a mural by Jade Rivera. I bought a few prints but I can't find them.
Oh lawd.
An American-style diner. Dunno how it is though, heard it's OK.
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From winter 2016. For comparison's sake here's some more seaside images.
Some areas don't have beaches but they do have these rocky miniature peninsulas where people just stand and take in the ocean.
Some cliffs are popular destination spots. There's one where it's said a monk threw himself into the ocean. Some guy reenacts this frequently, lunging into the sea and climbing back out. Unfortunately I wasn't able to take a good shot of him.
Little guy wants to go the city.

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Why don’t we just euthanize old demented people instead of putting them in facilities? Clearly no one wants to live in such a state anyway and this sort of care is extremely costly. It would be more humane and economical to just end their suffering. Many families are ruined financially from having to pay for such accommodations, and for what? So the empty shell of a loved one can be entrusted to strangers and forgotten about, only to expire eight years later of pneumonia? Why not have a little moral courage, spare everyone the trouble, and give the poor bastards a merciful death? I don’t know if you’ve ever been in a facility that primarily houses people with dementia, but let me tell you they’re grim places.
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No. 23716
Every time I see shit like this it just convinces me more and more Socialists may have a good point.

Are you seriously saying we should just kill our parents and grandparents for love of the dollar?
>It would be more humane and economical to just end their suffering
>and economical
>and this sort of care is extremely costly.
So is raising kids. Should we all just sterilize ourselves too?
>but let me tell you they’re grim places.
Then that's the problem to begin with, and that at least in this country lots of people shuffle their elders off to live in nursing homes forgotten until they die.
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No. 23738
>>23716
this was quite a common practice in ye older days
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No. 23741 Kontra
>>23710
Apparently with very complicated social and political decisions and discussions regarding the legal age of consent for euthanasia.
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No. 23781
In earlier days, people would just eat and drink less and less and their family would figure they can't force them and let them die.

The problem is that nowadays people think they must do everything to fight death, while simultaneously not caring about each other at all.

Does a person require greater care than gentle reminders to eat and drink without actively requesting it? Yes? Well, do so if you are very invested for some reason, but it's not required anymore.

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Anyone feel like Varg got it right all along?

I see the climate events and how our countrymates react. In spite of our country being lucky enough to, most likely, not being negatively affected by a temperature increase of several degrees.

Of course civilization is heading into the often recited abyss. It should have been obvious that the reliance on ever-increasing technological advances leads us nowhere.

Still, the average climate-aware Austrian acts like his car was the sole reason for Indians dying of thirst and will spend the remaining time in normalcy making it as awful as possible for himself, all while deciding not to reproduce FoR tHe ClImAtE.

Yes, civilization as it is now is probably doomed. There is nothing we can do about it. However, people are literally losing their minds about it while being completely blind to what this means for the future.

I doubt that Varg and his family will suffer severe consequences even if the climate crashes completely. And they will probably prepared to shoot the southern horde trying to take over the northern lands (as will every European country when push comes to shove).

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No. 23737
>>23691
I don't understand this figure.
Why are the oceans <=-20°C? The right label would be "no data", right?
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No. 23739 Kontra
> Varg
yes, id love to listen to an ex black metal musician and his ramblings about shit he doesnt have a clue about. meanwhile stupid people like most poster in this thread doesnt have the brains to listen to people who has a clue becuase that would require thinking. this is why we cant have nice things.
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>>23739
Indeed. It's not like there is a lack of people who can explain scientific topics well. Still, people talk about Varg because despite all denial they want to be edgy first and foremost.

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I dont know where to put this and I guess history thread is on systemkontra
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJ56MYa9W8M
Video is about Russia getting smaller. But my question is, do you think Russia's collapse in early 90s would not have happened if they didn't lose a massive amount of their population? Do you think it was ultimately generational population shocks that killed USSR?
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No. 23652
>>23649
If you mean in the privacy of RAC Bernd's own home, then yes, he is free to post and discuss such music. He's also free to buy such music without anyone giving him grief. That wasn't the point.

You obviously don't care about extreme music (after all, you are a Christian, I wouldn't expect anything less from you), but to bring you up to speed, Antifa have been a menace in getting Black Metal shows canceled. Just look at the wave of Black Metal shows that got cancelled between 2016 to today as well as the rampant deplatforming they've spearheaded:
http://www.deathmetal.org/news/antifa-attack-police-and-shutdown-messe-des-morts/
http://www.deathmetal.org/news/montreal-police-condone-antifa-attack/
http://www.deathmetal.org/article/antifa-chases-nsbm-tinged-band-horna-across-the-united-states/
http://www.deathmetal.org/news/antifa-shuts-down-taake-the-human-troll-band/
http://www.deathmetal.org/news/metalsucks-whines-about-hells-headbangers/
http://www.deathmetal.org/news/iron-bonehead-triggers-witchhunt-by-portland-maoists/
http://www.deathmetal.org/news/usbm-cornerstone-elegy-records-closes-its-doors/
http://www.deathmetal.org/news/paypal-no-platforms-moribund-records-for-satanic-beliefs/

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>>23652
Perhaps such things and terms are REALLY a thing on the americas. But if not...gosh, are you guys retarded, I must say.
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No. 23658
>>23652
Why are you talking about yourself in third person?
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No. 23692
>>23652
>Said Montreal police constable Benoît Boisselle about the Communist antifascist terrorists who attacked the the police protecting the Messe des Morts festival where Graveland was scheduled to play. The Antifa thugs were clearly supported not only by the communist Industrial Workers of the World union but by the local Montreal city government too. Three of the perpetrators identities are known: recidivist junkie and anti-Semite Katie Nelson, Éric Sédition (a card-carrying member of the IWW), and Alexandre Bouleric (member of the Canadian federal parliament from a district in Montreal). All walk free to terrorize again.

>The Canadian government of social justice warrior Justin Trudeau and the German government of General Secretary Merkel clandestinely supports the leftist attempts
Yeah I'm done I'm not reading any more of this bullshit. How about actually giving us some unbiased sources on this? The idea that antifa are both a "real menace" and not just an imaginary one, and that the cops of all people are on their side, is exactly the kind of crazy bullshit I meant. It's even harder for me to take a bunch of middle class white kids crying like pussies about their victim complex because theres allegedly a few hooligans. Know what we used to call that? A fucking mosh pit.

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What does Ernst think of the Five Eyes?
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No. 23601
Well related to 5E anyway
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/new-climate-change-report-human-civilization-at-risk-extinction-by-2050-new-australian-climate/
We first need to hasten the utter destruction of all the industrialist, right wing, and neoliberal governments around the world to get anything done though.
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No. 23612
>>23601
No, destruction is something that neoliberalism and capitalism is very, very good at averting. It has been tried in many ways and the outcome almost always seems to make them stronger.
Look at how the punk movement tried to fight capitalism and how capitalism has now integrated so many aspects of it that nobody raises an eyebrow when they see a $5 T-Shirt with an anarchist symbol printed on it, manufactured halfway around the world in a sweat-shop.

The problem is not that nobody tries to fight it, but that it's so damn difficult to do anything that has a lasting effect.
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No. 23615
>>23599
I think you're thinking of in-n-out. 5 guys is based out of DC or VA iirc. I think they're primarily east coast.
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No. 23623
>>22913
> there are two main parties
Incorrect. You're too into this Seppo idea. Australian government has always had several parties in the parliament. In fact our current government is a coalition, primarily made up of the Liberals and the Nationals (former Country party), the very notion that you completely forget about our third major party just goes to show that you're a completely ignorant city-dweller or a Queenslander (where the Liberals have been completely subsumed by the Nationals since they don't have any support.)

The Nationals have 10 seats in parliament, the Liberal National Party (Which is just the Queensland branch of the National party) has 23 seats, while the Liberal party only has 44. 33 vs 44 to make up the very slim majority government of 77 seats? Its a very clear coalition government, its not some either-or situation.

> so nobody can have an actual agenda because otherwise they'd implode
In what world do parties not have different factions? You make out that these factions are somehow worthy of being a separate party? Yeah, there are a few people vying for leadership positions, but that doesn't really even divide them too much. The PM isn't even in the constitution, the party that forms government can choose whoever to be the public face of it, they don't even need to have a PM. It happens in minor parties all the time, its just completely out of the public eye because they've only got a single seat and we vote for people, not parties, so it is pretty much irrelevant.

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I guess speed is fine enough to keep the thread afloat for considerable time.

Let's play some Minecraft on our /int/ server:
hub.dev-urandom.eu:25565 (version: [current version here])

Wiki with more information: http://dev-urandom.eu/doku.php/
Overview map: http://map.dev-urandom.eu/map/
IRC: irc.dev-urandom.eu - channels: #chat (ingame chat), #int
Pirate-friendly client: http://mc.dev-urandom.eu/MC_Open_Launcher-1.1.1.jar

Basic commands:
/spawn - Teleports you to the spawn.
/home - Teleports you to your home (set with /sethome or by sleeping in a bed).

Don't grief and don't be an asshole (obviously). Basically, you can build anywhere, although there are some limitations. There is enough space for everyone! Don't get discouraged by the autism of the server, things will get easier for you later. Also, mods, admins and other players can help you.

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>>20243
Are you talking about this tower?
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>>20468
No. Is this from the old map?
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>>4314
>Pirate-friendly client: http://mc.dev-urandom.eu/MC_Open_Launcher-1.1.1.jar

Link seems to be broken
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No. 23595
What! This thread is still here? Almost a year. Have a Zombie bump.

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Old one is kontra K
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>>23424
Sniper is female and not meant as insult but a nickname, because "Bullseye" sounded too retarded. Man I love this voicepak with Polish/Russian though Chinese sounds like a shit with bad mic. Would you call a female sniper you actuall y like mudak?
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No. 23427
>>23425
Well, firstly, the word "durak" isn't affectionate at all, it just means "fool", nothing else. There's a variant "durachok" which could be translated to English as "silly" and it can be used affectionately.

Secondly, "durak" is a masculine gender noun, so a female won't be called like that, unless it's her surname or something. Feminine gender variant of "durak" is "dura", and in case of "durachok" it is "durochka". There's also "duryokha", which is not as cutesy as "durochka" and a bit rude, but still more friendly than just "dura".
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>>23427
>Secondly, "durak" is a masculine gender noun, so a female won't be called like that, unless it's her surname or something. Feminine gender variant of "durak" is "dura", and in case of "durachok" it is "durochka". There's also "duryokha", which is not as cutesy as "durochka" and a bit rude, but still more friendly than just "dura".
Oh yeah right I forgot about that. Come to think, me not using gender forms for fucking everything is probably an equivalent to Slavic article dropping.

>Well, firstly, the word "durak" isn't affectionate at all, it just means "fool", nothing else.
Meh I know what it means. I figured it could be an imaginary play on the soldiers gathering together for card games and finding out some story about her childhood background while drinking and playing cards, with the card tattoo and being a teasing in joke thing for the squad. Plus I simply like that word.

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What is your opinion on Lee Kuan Yew?

I find it interesting how he managed to turn Singapore, a backwards fishing village, into a thriving modern city-state in a single generation through fascism.
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>>23375
I would definitely agree. There is a lot of masterful engineering and design that took place under the Fascist regime. Some of which is even tied to Fascist thought. I have a real thing for the Lingotto factory. It is spectacular in how it harnesses movement in its design as production spirals upwards, culminating in its ultimate expression of speed. The testing track on the roof. Then you have the Italian arms industry. Known in part for its abortions, but also known for some of the finest pieces in Europe at the time. The Beretta 38, many of their fighter aircraft, their naval vessels. All were really quite advanced and happened in industries that were very much under the thumb of the authorities. I think that there is something of an influence there, though the demise of the intelligent fascist is pretty well documented. You can see it especially in art as time progresses. Italian Futurism that remains in touch with Fascism gets increasingly stagnant and retains an aesthetic without the soul, it's very prevalent if you follow the career of Marinetti before and after the Racial Laws of 1938 for example.

>>23377
Mussolini was noted as a flip-flopper even by his contemporaries who likened him to a vulture swooping on targets of opportunity. He himself made the interesting but unconvincing argument that in changing times, the regime must change and not be bound by rigid ideology. It pays lip service to the theory of Fascism without actually addressing it.

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>>23378
Accelerationism is meant here as focused on the future. You clearly went not very deep into accelerationist territory, Nick Land might be a key figure but todays accelerationism is an umbrella term under which many ideas gather and insofar that homogenity is lost. Speed is not acceleration, destruction vs. navigation, are just a few aspects to point out you are making it yourself too easy here. They all have in common that the future is very important tho. And lastly, it's way to young to give a clear vision of what it is supposed to be, the concept itself might be a process in constant vibration and change, open to contigency and not settled now (or never?). So basically accelerationism as a term is as unclear as postmodernism, might be even worse.

>I think one of the only solid futurists was actually Adolph Hitler. Everyone else, fascists and Communists included, ended up being too wrapped up in trying to preserve and romanticize something about the old way of life.
>preserve and romanticize something about the old way

They all were interested in technology, they all had prestigious building plans, even the 1930s US had the Hoover Dam. Look at the Art of Nazi Germany and it's kitschy cultural artefacts, the presentation of family and rural life.

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>>23380
Another point that needs to be made is that the pervasiveness of Fascist thought wasn't high. Education was poor, and in many places things didn't even remotely change except for when the Dvce showed up, at which point the local leader put on the uniform and made himself look like a Fascist. There was also a general identification with Italy rather than Fascist Italy among the citizens. In bad cases, they went as Catholic before even Italian. It wasn't a regime that held its population under its sway. It's hard for something to be coherent when it's trying to keep an incoherent thing stable. It's why so many Italians helped the Allies after they landed in Sicily. The best way to save Italy was to not get it blown away against a foe that they didn't think they could beat. Just something else to consider when looking at the strange history of Fascism in Italy.
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>>9431
>fascism
dictatorships are not equal meaning to fascism.

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Fugger (German pronunciation: [ˈfʊɡɐ]) is a German family that was a historically prominent group of European bankers, members of the fifteenth- and sixteenth-century mercantile patriciate of Augsburg, international mercantile bankers, and venture capitalists.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fugger

fug :---DDD
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>>23147
The swissball appears every then and now to shit up a thread with pol opinion.
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>>23151
There's absolutely nothing wrong with:
a) wanting a prosperous future for your country
b) wanting to not be surrounded by rapist thieving 3rd worlders
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No. 23199 Kontra
>>23197

It's absolutely wrong to spam this garbage in unrelated topics
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No. 23209 Kontra
>>23197
Don't worry, you will get your wall soon :3

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So in HBO's popular miniseries Chernobyl, a scientist says that if the corium from reactor 4 melts down into the water filled bubbler pools, it will produce a steam explosion of between "2 and 4 megatons", destroying everything within "a 30 kilometre radius".

My question is this: does that even make sense? How is that possible? Even if the steam explosion caused the other RBMK reactors to explode somehow, why would they explode with so much more energy than reactor 4?
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>>22875
And a 4 megaton bomb also isnt capable of doing that much damage anyway
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>>22865
A Finnish nuclear expert on Helsingin Sanomat said that it coudn't have happened. Don't know if he was right.

The tunnel under the rector is real so they were afraid of something.
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>>22971
They're afraid of a further meltdown that will burn through the ground and pollute the water table. That absolutely will poison the land for many kilometers. IIRC it's actually they're biggest concern, beyond even a buildup of steam and another blowout aerosolizing more radioactive material like Chernobyl 2.0
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replacing sex porn with graphic violence porn.

t; never seen it.