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Remember like a year ago when the head of NOAA said 5G was gonna fuck up weather forecasting? What ever happened about that? Is that even true?
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>>40355
I'm tired from your hapennies 4cancer pol threads
Sometimes it's feels like it's /news/ sosach board - ayyliens, virus, politics, this crap. Every fucking day for fucks sake.
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No. 40359 Kontra
Supporting Russia here, I don't see a point that questiong having its own thread.
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>>40356
>>40359
post elsewhere then. we were having a nice little chat before you showed up
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>>40356
>>40359
You guys didn't read the thread did you?

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Forgive me if one is already present in the catalogue, I'm sober and high on sleep deprivation.

What's your favorite drugs, my dudes?
I'm all about psychedelics every other full moon, with the odd time of weed now and then. NZ has very dear grass prices, with a gram of indoor or outdoor going for twenty NZD and ounces going anywhere from 200 (with the right connect) to 500, while usually hovering around 300 for an "ounce".

I have dabbled with opiates and they're a rare commodity on these islands. Thankfully the Chinese gold miners left heaps of opium poppies around their claims, so later this summer I'm going a hunting for poppies.
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>>35253
He was what we sometimes call a “Guindian” here in NJ (portmanteau of guido and Indian). Which is to say he was a Punjabi guy from an affluent family who acted like a white frat guy.
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>>35254
Ah I know the type funny enough. Also funnily enough I know the kind of affluent Pakistani guy who acts like this real sauve cultured badass indistinguishable from Westerners but my god how he acted when he had his parents visit was hilarious. He was pretty cool even though he really had a thing for portraying himself as this amoral mix between like a James Bond villain and James Bond himself but I've never seen a man look so uptight and brow beaten like an obedient child than when that man was walking around campus with his well to do Pakistani parents who were visiting directly from Pakistan.
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No. 40322
Psychedelics occasionally, modafinil and nootropics for wörk, alcohol weed and gabapentin to catch up on sleep
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No. 40328
In high school we occasionally drafted a cube while smoking dope with the lads at the card shop. I was never super into it though since my lungs were bad as a youngster and I don't want to fuck them up again. Mostly I was just underage boozing up instead. One of my friends recently hooked me up with some bush which was alright. A nice wee buzz that didn't get you fucked. Cheap too tbh because there's no bullshit to drive the cost up and the kids want the amped up stuff.

What goldfields are you looking at? West Coast or Central Otago? Or are there big ones up norf that I don't remember?
t. former Invercargill resident

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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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>>38760
It probably wasn't intentional, but it wouldn't surprise me if it were. These guys know how to have a laugh at the expense of 'muh realism'. Case in point, this is official artwork from the game.
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No. 38763
>>38756
It won't work for me this week at all, sorry. I won't be home until thursday, I think.
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No. 38764
>>38763
All good my man. I'll just do some other shit. Still ironing out some kinks in an adventure I'm working on so I'll probably do that instead.
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>>9070
>Since there is no philosophy threda
here it is.

i was lately toying with a little idea and wanted to hear Ernst's input on it.

As you all may know we have a serious problem with plastic pollution. We developed some genetic engineered fungi capable of breaking down plastics and reintroduce the parts into the "normal" biological cycle. I'm not aware of some genetic engineered bacteria capable of doing such, but let's suppose we have some.

would you introduce these into the wild bio-cycle?

I would tend towards "yes". First, let's try to imagine/determine all possible consequences. Ya, yaha. I know impossible task to do so; just look at what fuckery we did to the australian bio-cycle.

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No. 39831
>>39829
https://bonjourtristesse.wordpress.com/2017/08/22/die-wiederkehr-des-immergleichen/

they have interesting reads and good roasts, I don't know what else I read back then but they also made fun of green anarchist willy nilly liberal hausprojekte for instance.
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No. 39832
>>39831
>they have interesting reads and good roasts
Too AntiD for me though, I'm afraid.

>Durch den Verlust der Zukunft – die einfache Verlängerung der Gegenwart hat den Namen Zukunft nämlich nicht verdient –
I liked this formulation.

>Diese Transformation hat weitreichende Folgen: Einmal gemachte Erfahrungen können nicht weitergegeben werden; Organisationen, die dieses Manko ausgleichen könnten, existieren ebenfalls nicht.
Interesting thought.
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No. 40247
>>33768
You are a moron, stop conflating ideas and thinkers
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>>40247
Why are you responding to a post that's so many months old?

t. not that guy

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Old thread >>31377 is kill, this is the new Radio Ernstiwan thread. Share your musical taste and your seductive voice (no homo) with your fellow Ernsts, and help making this chan not only enojoyable for the eyes and mind, but also for the ears. As always, there are no restrictions whatsoever in what to stream. Just share what you like, every streamer has his own ideas and style, and it only makes the radio more interesting.

The radio is available here: http://radio.ernstchan.xyz:8000/

Connection data for the public stream: see pic 3. See also the beautifully crafted pic 4 and the infos on the radio page itself for additional details. Don't hesitate to ask if there's anything on your mind, there are lots of people around who have working streaming setups running and will be glad to help you out. You can see at the top of EC (below the banner) if a stream is on.

Happy listening/streaming!
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Some Death Grips before the album stream starts
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Todays winner is "Melvins - Stoner Which".
There is a lot to say about this band, but i won't. Instead i quote an article about the album we're about to hear that i like a lot and then give you the source so you can read if interested.

"This is a bizarre album from a bizarre period in a bizarre discography from a bizarre band, and from the periphery looking in, I think that makes it all the more fascinating.

If you understand the saga of Buzz Osbourne and Dale Crover’s merry band of weirdos in even the vaguest sense, you’ll know that, in the simplest possible terms, they’re the type of band that marches to the beat of some invisible drum from the fifth dimension. The group is named after an asshole that Buzzo used to work with. They were high school BFFs with Kurt Cobain. They sort of accidentally invented sludge metal by playing hardcore punk extremely slowly. Shirley Temple’s daughter played bass for a few years. They managed to write sub-three-minute drone songs. For about a decade, they had two drummers who would line their kits up side by side and share the floor toms. Their lyrics are uniformly just random words in no real order with no real meaning. They have a total of 173 official releases, according to the Metal Archives (making them the 13th most prolific metal band of all time). They’re a weird band is what I’m saying."

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Todays winner is "The Who - Who's Next".

In the poll it gets replaced by "Guns N' Roses - Appetite For Destruction"

The poll for next week can be found here: https://poll.fm/10531779
And together with the sunday poll (which could use 1 or 2 more votes) here: http://ernst.bplaced.net/everything.html

Like always we start at 18:00CET which is in around 1 hour from now.
Feel free to join me in the chat.
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Todays winner is, what else could it be, "Tyler, The Creator - Wolf".

The poll for next week can be found here: https://poll.fm/10532093
And together with the saturday poll here: http://ernst.bplaced.net/everything.html

Like always we start at 12:00CET which is in around 1 hour from now.
Feel free to join me in the chat and listen to the pre-stream with some of that modern hoppi hippi music those young whippersnappers listen to all the time.

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Good evening, my fellow Ernsts.

I would like to host a show for /int/, similar to the one currently running under the name "Ernste Folgen" every second Sunday for /b/.
And tomorrow, we'll give it a shot.

I would like to talk with Ernst about beauty; what does Ernst consider beautiful, how beauty may or may not be to the eye of the beholder and how the ideal beauty has changed throughout time and whatever Ernst would like to add.

Ernst is warmly invited to participate in the debate either here by posting in the thread of by calling me through Skype where you would find me as "colmesrey"

We'll start tomorrow, Saturday the 4th of April at UTC+3 00:00.

radio.ernstchan.xyz:8000
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Here are the buildings I was talking about
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No. 40228
>>40227
Thanks, I knew what you meant when you wete describing it, but the picture really emphasizes how marrow the bottom is.

Thanks for the show Colin, and thanks to the callers. I really enjoyed it.
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As requested by the host: An addition to >>40195

A beautiful board for me is a board that meets my needs. Of course it is true that, like you already pointed out, that it was a bold extension of the concept of beauty. Maybe it is more of a mixture of appealing content, the possibility of contributing my own content, the knowledge that there a people around that I can relate to, and last but not least a functional and appealling design. I hate to say it but I can't handle the Ernstchan resident light brown, so I immediatly switched to a dark css with white letters and green quotes. Even the Phutaba doesn't quite do it for me, so I wrote my own for an extra amount of darkness. Sounds funny perhaps, but for me it really is important!

>show over
Impressive job, very good show. Kosmonauten deliver as usual, no matter the language!
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>>40220
I noticed that I made some small errors when I was airbrushing this, and to make matters worse, those errors were on the words "as if quality mattered" :D. While the irony made me smile, I just had to fix it.

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What was the best moment of your life ?
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No. 40152 Kontra
No idea, I was sleeping at the time.
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No. 40153
I'm not sure if it's the absolute best, but one memory which comes to mind occured on a road trip. I was driving across the desert at night, with a lightning storm visible in the distance, while Bob Dylan's "Like a Rolling Stone" played on repeat. That was a pretty good moment.
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Probably when i met a girl i really liked and she liked me too.
Wasn't really a moment but a few happy weeks i still think of 13 or 14 years later ;_;
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>>40153
It's funny how we often think of such moments of pure beauty perhaps mixed with a light touch of poignancy always stands out as those few moments that made our lives worth living.

For me I definitely have several although now that I think about it there was one moment of pure haunting beauty I just remembered that stands out and gets mixed with several actually beautiful moments.

Truth be told I find it incredibly difficult to differentiate between certain forms of beauty and terror or sadness, and between attractiveness and danger. I don't know why. I often confuse the look in a woman's eye with predation for example, and thus only fuels my voluntary celibacy as I instantly regard potential allies as threats. Meanwhile certain obvious threats and dangers attract me. Like ooooo poison and sharp things yay. So come to think of it a good many of my moments are mixed up. Wait how did OP phrase this specifically
>the best moment of your life ?
>the best
>not happiest
>not most satisfying, fulfilling, beautiful

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has Ernst enough prepp ?
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No. 40132 Kontra
>>40125

>>40125
>Your little comparison
I did not compare, I generalized.

>does not consider that americans and especially poor americans have little access to healthcare, if they don't want to get even poorer or indebted as they already are. Maybe poor americans will consider seeking treatment/testing twice or three times.
Maybe you ignored that there currently is no effective testing in Germany, either. To get tested, a patient in general needs to meet to conditions:
1.) They had close contact with a confirmed positive patient
2.) They show symptoms

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>>40131
>correct predictions

It was rather general prediction. Also I agree that it was underestimated by authorities around the globe including Germany.

>In communist thought, race is not a very relevant category, compared to class.

Depends on what communist thoughts you have in mind. We are not talking about plain marxism or soviet party line communism.

>Joschka Fischer, Claudia Roth and Winfried Kretschmann all made their way from the radical left into positions of power.

And Horst Mahler is a right winger these days, you are suggesting things. It's not like people can change their political opinion, is it? You can turn into a liberal and forget about your past. There is no causal determination as you suggest.

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>>40132
>I did not compare

Well

>America's poor are only about as poor as their German counter-parts, who have roughly the same income, see
>as

I think that as is a word indicating a comparison

>Below 10% of the US population do not have health insurance.

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>>40104
The problem is Americans are extremely dumb and histrionic. I'm worried about not having a gun because I'm surrounded by stupid as shit Americans. I do not want to be around all these bourgeois soccer moms, hoodrats, rednecks, and other assorted bydlo when SHTF. It's more a "I need guns because other people have guns" type of a thing"but why don't you have guns ernst" because I have typically been too poor to afford one which is like a month's rent to get an actually decent gun or one I'd genuinely want not just a shotgun and because the odds had always been that I am far far vastly far more likely to use it on myself than anyone else which is precisely why I have never bought one, and on top of that I was also an alcoholic and frankly the odds were not zero that I'd hurt someone on accident. "But why didn't you buy one and keep it in storage" because it was a ridiculous cost that I could not afford which is irrelevant because even if I did have one it'd still be in storage anyway just like my bb guns and pellet rifle none of which I have any access to right now in which case I'd still be completely fucked.
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>>40076
You are a moron
>strong you men

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Hey I came from KC< i left because KC is overrun with pedos.
This problem is not here, correct?
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>>40077
Good to know. I'm aware of Germany's infamous indexing laws, but are you talking about uploading stuff here or on nu-KC? If you mean this site, then no problem, I'll refrain. If you're talking about nu-KC, then I'd find that hard to believe on account of, well, the painfully obvious stuff the moderators tolerated.
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No. 40099 Kontra
>>40082
No, I'm just talking about EC.
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>>40070
Is there a place that exists that bants + international - pedos?

It would be kind of nice if there was a fun board on ernst, but I assume it's been tried and went wrong.
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No. 40130
I think some pedos from KC tried raiding Ernst with illegal content this week

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The day finally came this week. I just found out today that my junkie "cousin" fatally OD'ed two days ago. I put "cousin" in quotes because my mother was adopted. My mother knew exactly where she stood as her adoptive parents were quick to tell her, "Blood is thicker than water." After hearing the refrain throughout much of your life, you grow bitter and disgusted, but frankly, we're both thankful to God we share not one drop of blood with these people

My cousin was a malignant tumor given a human shape. Because of this woman's terrible childhood, grandpa pitied her endlessly. Even as recently as a year ago, he kept saying, "She's just a big kid," because she would always be the 5-year-old girl he'd stare at on his refrigerator door. I don't know what inspired her to take drugs, but I can tell you that she indeed suffered the worst possible circumstances growing up. Her father committed suicide before she was six months old. Her mother is a consummate grifter who shacks up with the lowest of low lives.

My cousin's teenage obsession with Kurt Cobain partly explains her inclination towards hard drugs, but she grew up with an endless stream of pain. She either decided early on that her prospects in life would be minimal (her mother did frequently berate her) or perhaps she simply had no interest in being productive, and what better way to explore new sensations than continually ingest newer and newer highs. Getting high simultaneously helped alleviate the pain of her childhood trauma and kept her close in spirit to the celebrities she idolized. Her grandpa would unconditionally support her, so the incentive to grow up simply didn't exist. In the end, grandpa viewed his granddaughter as a child who desperately needed to be nurtured.

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No. 40068
Bumping this thread because, as I've heard, a good share of naloxone is manufactured abroad. We might see more opium-related deaths in the months to come, so we're in for more happenings.
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No. 40072
>>40068
This is something I've always wondered about since seeing the pandemic incoming. I personally stocked up on some extra kratom. Not a whole lot, but just enough of a stockpile that I've got my emergency 8 ounces which should last me s good bit to get my affairs in order, and the same goes for having a backup bag of tobacco and some filter tubes. I just looked upon it tonight actually and it made me so very happy.

What I'd assumed was that first of all the supply lines on drugs are going to get busted, and secondly that it's going to be way harder to get them even if they're still available. There are darknets, afaik?, but still.

Like I said earlier this is actually why they called liquor stores essential services, because if you just turned off the tap overnight you're going to have tens of thousands of alco-junkies going into medically significant withdrawals and so it's much better to keep those drunks happy and drunk at home, but no idea on the illicit things. What I guess I hadn't thought about was the degree to which all our supply lines are buggered thus rendering some pretty basic shit scarce or unavailable that's actually a pretty crucial supply like naloxone or antibiotics.

Also, having read this again two years later I actually feel sorry for OPs cousin. Yeah she became a piece of shit, and remained a piece of shit by choice it sounds like, but she became that way probably because she didn't think she was worth anything or had a better shot at anything else.
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>>24331
Is there any alternative though?
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>>24326
I only have the anecdotal evidence of being harassed by African drug dealers in front of cops in downtown Lisbon. Can't say i'm impressed.