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No. 563 [Reply]
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Are you again? It's time to step down.
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No. 857 Kontra
>>818
Indeed, Bernds are a virtual rapefugee-gipsy clan of the chanosphere.
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No. 901
>>857
Croatia is here and the gypsy-expertise gets unrolled :3
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No. 939 Kontra
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>>901
mhhh
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No. 5400 Kontra
>>566
>You guys said that you don't want any Bernd from kohl?

No we didn't. We said we don't want to have shitposters.

No. 700 [Reply]
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Hey what do you call it when a mirror can be turned on and off with a liquid crystal display, is it called an electric mirror? How much do they cost? I think, it's silverish slightly grayer sheen than a crisper image mirror but it can be turned on and off. Asking from watching a posture video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-7ZWPCWv0U and it occurred to me how much nicer it would feel to turn my mirrors off. This does exist right? Or I guess general technology or biomechanics thread. I am also fascinated by this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6a614AD73Y
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ltblbXdi-KA
It is both stressful and relaxing to watch. A full length mirror would be good to check such things but they make me uncomfortable af to have around.
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>>702
Also, just to say, maybe five years ago I've seen Chinese dumbphones with semi-transparent screens being sold.
They looked cool but totally impractical.

No. 321 [Reply]
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Scientists all over Europe are attempting to breed back certain European species that went extinct at some point in history as for instance the Aurochs and the European wild horse.

How do Ernsts think about these attempts at breeding back lost European species?

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

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tauros_Programme
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No. 670
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Reading the thread I can understand why it makes sense from a conservation perspective. It's that story of the reintroduction of wolves to Yellowstone all over again and maybe having a park which shows old Europe would not only make € but allow us to learn more from observation about how the ecosystems of Europe used to operate.

However it is still breeding feral animals the size of cars so you can imagine the chaos that could be unleashed if funding ran low for safety or if mass importing various strains of cattle transmits disease. Then there is the off-chance that we accidentally breed hyper-intelligent cows that enslave us thus leading to much smugness from vegans. The risk seems too great if you ask me.
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No. 675
>>670
If they get uppity, just shoot them. Fatmasters used to shoot Bisons by the thousand, just for fun. And to starve non-white people.
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No. 677
>>670
>Cave man science fiction
That comic is a fallacy put in human form. The use of a certain technolgoy not automatically leading to the end of the world does not mean that there are no dangers involved. For example, countless cities actually burned down due to people being careless with fire. Some cities even burned down multiple times, London amongst them.

Also, who ever drew this read the wrong kind of Science Fiction.
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No. 688
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>>675
Could be harder than it sounds. Remember that Britain has had wallaby's hopping around since at least the 1970s like we're some opposite Australia in waiting.

>>677
It's a gag about how sci-fi movies consistently feature new technology as a cheap plot device to show man's arrogance. I believe I first saw this when the first of the new Planet of the Apes was released for context. It was attached for the silly reference about man coming under the whip.

Don't have a cow, man

No. 369 [Reply]
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No sleep more than 24 hours makes your brain melt.
No, really, you feel very burnt down, barely capable of normal human activities, and yet you continue to not sleep for whatever reason.
What's more unsatisfying, I feel I need like 48 hours of leisure but I can't afford them since I have check-ups every 72 hours.
Are there drinks to not feel brain-melt?
Tea with Panzerschokolade is not the best choice, I think.
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No. 470
>>429
tingling sensation in your mouth. It's basically a bit pain and your body reacts to pain by getting awake.
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No. 487
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>>470
>It's basically a bit pain and your body reacts to pain by getting awake.
>our life is pain-ridden and only what is different are amounts of pain
Gotta continue on hurting myself then.
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No. 556
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>>369
I glad he could sleep. I need a kamphy chair, then maybe i'll sleep well for a change
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No. 585
>>556
>I need a kamphy chair, then maybe i'll sleep well for a change
I recently bought a proper office chair. I found a used one for about 1/3 of the regular price on ebay, those things are ridiculously expensive when new. Still, those supermarket chairs tend to fall apart easily, and are not very comfy. The one I got seems to be really stable, and the back rest doesn't make stupid noises when I lean back. 9/10, would definitely buy again.

>>391
I also wouldn't know how to do that. As soon as I'm awake 18 hours or longer I almost fall asleep instantly as soon as I'm resting. I can even easily fall asleep on trains now, I couldn't do that when I was younger. But now, since I'm commuting, I'm so used to sitting in a train being tired that my body doesn't seem to care any more about all that strangers around.

No. 172 [Reply]
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Are .webm threads possible in here?
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No. 542
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It is surprising how much effort went into some Krautchan material. I hope one day we get the promised sequel to the Apu game.

>>174
>>176
I liked the idea of demanding that posts in a dump require some discussion or description of every file. It makes sense for a PDF dump to have such a thing to encourage posters to read your posted material and still allows for webms like >>527 while discouraging random file dumps.
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No. 576
>>542
>I hope one day we get the promised sequel to the Apu game.

The creator of the Apu RPG hasn't worked on a game in quite some time.

t. insider.
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No. 583
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>>542
>It is surprising how much effort went into some Krautchan material
Jesus, that must have taken an eternity to create. Still, I'm not that surprised. There have always been people who were willing to put lots of effort in their content. It was just that they were vastly outnumbered by people who wouldn't. But they were always there.

>>576
>The creator of the Apu RPG hasn't worked on a game in quite some time.
Still, Estonia forever btfo.
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No. 584
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We're talking about KC quality content?

No. 498 [Reply]
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Is anyone else having problems running .xyz with dollchan? My browser just displays a blank page when I try loading anything with it on.
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No. 503
>>502
I reinstalled the script using Tampermonkey.

Step 1: Go to
https://raw.githubusercontent.com/SthephanShinkufag/Dollchan-Extension-Tools/master/Dollchan_Extension_Tools.user.js

Step 2: Hit reinstall
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No. 505
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>>503
>>499
Thanks, it worked. I don't understand why, since it still shows v18.6.3.0, but it worked!
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No. 506
>>505
Dollchan has subversions, which are changed, when minor edits are applied.
You can check full version number in Info tab of Dollchan settings.
https://github.com/SthephanShinkufag/Dollchan-Extension-Tools/commit/3a450ecfd60525d6f060340438de4f390eae6c5d
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No. 520
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>>506
Wow, thanks, I didn't pay attention to that.

Also (in case anybody didn't know): For applying the "Gute Informatiker"-style it is enough to just change the domains in the script header, the rest works fine. Which makes sense to me, since it's the same software, and thus the same css classes.

No. 359 [Reply]
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What the fuck happened to ernstchan.com?
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No. 428 Kontra
>>367
I'm sorry for assuming that, it's just, Bernd is still trying to cause drama both here and on Kohl, and your question was so specific it kinda sounded like you knew exactly what happened.
I miss the old times when Bernd and Ernst were like good friends who were very different and had many fights but still help each other in times of hardship... now it's just hate.
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No. 434 Kontra
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>>428
>your question was so specific it kinda sounded like you knew exactly what happened.
I had an inkling of what might have happened but really didn't want to believe something so idiotic brought an end to the whole website.

Here's documented proof of the straw that broke the camel's back, for posterity's sake. Never forgetti. :')
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No. 462
>>387
That isnt what happened. Both literally got shut down due to shitposting. Dergeneral finally said fuck it and EC went down for the same reason. Frankly I would've done the same thing either that or selected a few mods to just ban everybody nonstop. You will notice in both cases it went down right after a high volume of shitposting drowned out any chance for decent discussions. EC mods didn't even want bernds there to begin with and didn't anticipate everyone selecting it as the replacement board.
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No. 472 Kontra
it was brought down by shigposting. if you went to kohl/any other casey replacement after ec closed momentarily you basically gave in to the raiders demands and are a bitch nigga

No. 304 [Reply]
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hello frens, what are you dong right now?
im eating an zopiclone
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No. 308
>>307
a drug that feels like benzo but isn't as cool as bezmzo
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No. 314
>>304
We already have an today thread.
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No. 363
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>>314
>We already have an today thread.

There's 19 entries on the catalog. It may have been difficult to locate
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No. 393 Kontra
Why not post it in today threda? Why you creating so many thredas?

No. 274 [Reply]
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Do kots have intelligence?
If so, when I will be able to talk to him about industrial output of Ottoman Empire before World War I?
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No. 316
>>288
>If your cat could read in English, he (or she) wouldn't appreciate that you call him (or her) "it"!
I thought that's the correct way in english.
Also, HE's dead by now.
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No. 317
>>316
>I thought that's the correct way in english.
That is correct, but I like referring to pets appropriately to its sex. Also, I saw that English native speakers sometimes do that as well (if they know animal's sex, of course).
>HE's dead by now.
Sad.
Did he die on your hands or just went out and never returned?
Have you got a new cat later?
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No. 319
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>>317
He had a reasonable age of maybe 12 years and his kidneys started failing so he was put down.
I did not get a new cat as he was my parents', and I personally don't like all the downsides of having pets.
>hair
>smell
>and so on
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No. 320
>>319
>age of maybe 12 years
Not that much for a domestic cat, IMO.
>hair
Yeah, there's a lot.
>smell
I don't know, I got used to it.

No. 299 Lock Systemkontra [Reply]
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Which way, Bernd man?
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No. 303
Bernds, as Krautchan refugees, are welcome here, as long as they feel fine with the way Ernst behaves.
Considering recent events, would anyone come back, if they weren't comfortable with the Ernst way of posting?