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Size 177.96GB. I dare to say contains among the best books of their fields and are supposed not to repeat. It is a extremely well ordered collection by topic, and if you compare the size you soon see its value. Topics range from mathematics, physics, psychology, self improvement, survivalism, the best science fiction and fantasy literature, comics, magazines, and more. Magazines takes about 75 GB and there are many youtube videos, documentaries and conferences so you can exclude these if you want to. All books combined takes about 40 GB or so. But i really recommend downloading other stuff too since you can't really find it somewhere else easily. Did I mention is well sorted and contains only the best books?

magnet:?xt=urn:btih:488eb9134190440bbf1e77929754321c85a24c72&dn=The+All-Embracing+Library&tr=udp://tracker.openbittorrent.com:80&tr=udp://open.demonii.com:1337

It has only one seeder left right now. Used to be many more months ago. Would you kindly share this torrent on places like demonoid, piratebay and other imageboards too? That would be good.
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No. 16935
>>16621
I think it doesn't pay well to sue downloaders, so nothing happens.

I don't know anything about file sharing, plus I'm a slow reader :DDD
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>>16935
>I think it doesn't pay well to sue downloaders, so nothing happens.

That is also my knowledge of this topic. That is why I don't VPN.
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No. 16969
>>16431

>Become_Ted_K[the online ego version].rar
This file sounds very interesting, is there a way you can link it to me? Would be great.
t. Uncle Ted fanboy
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No. 17040
You caught my attention

Hide No. 16998 Systemkontra [Reply]
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Refugees welcome!
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up
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No. 22799
I demand Kohl back nao!
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No. 23319
KOHL IS TODT
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Hide No. 1764 [Reply]
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Anyone else getting haunted by sudden memories and nostalgia, at any moment and any given time, with a soul crushing impact that you have physical reactions like you were punched in the stomach.

It forces me to avoid listeningto music from like 10 years ago or watching movies or shows that resemble the life of past centuries i lived in. I don't know how to handle this shit, maybe because my life now is basically trash and i start to pretend that my life in the past was light and easy-going pls send help
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No. 16873
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>>16867
>regurgitated word for word from kc
lolwut
>purpose does it serve
Well it isn't something that I dwell on. You mentioned these decades and I saw it scrolling by and disagreed vociferously. Besides which there is always the possibility that the 2020s and 2030s can be good, but regarding exploration I don't know what. China has apparently been trying to grow mini habitats with plants and fruit flies on the moon. Which means there is still one last great frontier for us to explore
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No. 16882 Kontra
>>16873
>still one last great frontier for us to explore

Maybe we should explore possibilities on earth before we go to Moon and Mars again.
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>>16873
>there is still one last great frontier for us to explore
One of these days Alice! The Chinese will shoot us straight to the moon and then I'll have a purpose to get my fat ass off the computer, good thing I have some porn for the trip on my phone (pic related)

"The only shooting you do is into a keenex"
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No. 16954
>>16129
My goal is to laze around and I'm doing fine. Only getting the money sucks.

Hide No. 15863 Systemkontra [Reply]
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Old one contra'd at the turning of the years.

NYE stories, thoughts or daily struggles, please.

I really have non to tell. Not even a hangover.
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No. 16922
>>16892
>As a compulsive juggler
I like your euphemism and plan on adopting it.
>>16901
>Is it that strange to drink coffee with just a bit of milk, or what?
Not at all, everyone finds their own coffee niche. I'm on the opposite end of the spectrum and generally add a lot of milk and sugar. If anyone was wondering what candy bars melt best in hot espresso, the answer is Peppermint Patties.
>>16916
>These cheap jumbo mugs crack all the time
Their only hope for a long life is to be summoned far from the kitchen to serve as a pencil cup.
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No. 16939
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This week is butthurt week in Australia. The week where everybody goes at each others' throats because of Australia Day instead of just taking the day off and doing their own thing with it and keeping it their own thing instead of trying to make it a universally bad/good thing. Most annoyingly, I have to go to work on Australia Day so I'm going to have to wade through protests to even get inside since I work on the main protest route in this city. It's a nightmare how everybody acts like not really caring for getting rid of a public holiday makes you someone who'd support Jim Crow Laws or some shit.

People need to cool their fucken jets man. Not just on this too, in general. The general intensity surrounding everything is really quite unnecessary and equally unpleasant.
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No. 16953
>>16939
As an outsider this has always struck me as an especially weird facet of Oz culture. Even Americans avoid making such a big show. It's practically German how you go about it but it's blended with a recognisable middle class neurosis and disdain for the poor.

Not enough proper Marmite I suspect.
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No. 17095
Just had a meeting with my social worker and it lasted a hour plus. Mad heatenings when she asked if I had friends or a gf. Atleast shes a gamer tho. All in all day is normal. Autismbuxx soon tho which will be nice.

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where can I find German TV or just shows (even American blockbusters) with German dubbing AND with German AND with English subtitles?

American blockbusters with German dubbing would be OK (it should be easy to find English subtitles or rent English version of movie)

https://www.schoener-fernsehen.com/ doesn't have subtitles even in German

learning German frog here
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No. 16760
>>16742
No, that's not it. This video is what was usually supplied with textbooks on audiotapes.
Such shows were like real shows, with video part. Though I don't think they are different much from such voiced dialogues, they just hold your attention with moving pictures.
Thanks anyway.
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No. 16770
>>16202
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0065345/

only german cartoon i know that was advised to me
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No. 16771
>>16733
How about old children shows? There are some quality ones.
Sadly children TV in Germany went from teaching and entertaining to only entertaining in the last few years.

It's not made for teaching a language but they talk loud and clear with easy to understand words in such shows.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kPZWb3RSL18

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44F975GfNO0
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No. 16783
>>16733
The only thing I know of that would fit your description is Telekolleg. But I already looked and they don't have a version for beginners' German, or at least I couldn't find it. I am pretty sure something like that also exists in Britain, they should have one for learning German. Sadly I cannot help with a name.

Here is what I am talking about:
https://youtu.be/2Q8P7au6Fww

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Official wat nou - thread.
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No. 16715 Kontra
>>16704
>delete the thread.

thumbsup

Hide No. 1165 Systemkontra [Reply]
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What is Ernst currently reading?

Also further planning of the EC reading group.
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No. 16441
>>16415
Of course there are. The non-comic-books from fansadox for example. Or the Sandra books by Gord or whatever the name was. Never read any of those, so I can't tell you anything about the writing.

Also, the classic from DeSade, 120 Days of Sodom.
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>>16415
Is that a fact?
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No. 28821
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"The killing of Cray Horse" is about much more than the death of greatest Indian warrior of the nineteenth century. Most of the book deals with the events in the lives of the Whites, Indians & Mixed Breeds that lived around Cray Horse in the decades before his death. Most of the story comes directly from the accounts, diaries and letters of the people involved. You get a real feel for what life was like then.
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No. 28822
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"The killing of Cray Horse" is about much more than the death of greatest Indian warrior of the nineteenth century. Most of the book deals with the events in the lives of the Whites, Indians & Mixed Breeds that lived around Cray Horse in the decades before his death. Most of the story comes directly from the accounts, diaries and letters of the people involved. You get a real feel for what life was like then.

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Merry Christmas guys!
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No. 16323 Kontra
Shit right it's practically a day later over there
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No. 16363
Nice elf architecture & esthetics

Hide No. 16242 [Reply]
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I think that this magazine deserves a thread of it's own. What do you think of it?

https://jacobitemag.com/2018/10/02/empty-realm/

And an ironic post:
https://jacobitemag.com/2018/12/10/a-manifesto-for-classical-liberalism/
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No. 16339
>>16305
The author seems to dismiss poltards, mentioning
“The Democrats are the real racists.” “Reality has a liberal bias"

along what an "NPC" would say.
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No. 16342
>>16336
What I meant by that was that on some fundamental level it is intellectual navel gazing to try and find deeper meaning in poltards' buzzword of the month. The fact these memes have been stripped of all contextual meaning should tell you something, and it is why I find ultimately little of value in a person attempting to discuss thirdhand a meme that is being used secondhand bereft of its original meaning. The ultimate product to me of such a discussion is, at best, a very intelligent person often using it as a cudgel or way to shoehorn in what they really want to talk about, which is a grander version of abuse and twisting of meaning of the original meme by certain malefactors. It is reminiscent to me of some adults trying to discuss the meaning of children's internet slang, followed by somebody else trying to write some mini-dissertation on it, all the while not even having a real grasp of the core subject.

It is not a bad article, just somewhat divorced from reality to me.

>>16339
The concept of slogans, thought terminating cliches, and various other thoughtless reflexive responses are not new. It is mainly an expression of rampant anti-intellectualism.
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>>16342
Also here take this OP
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hs2HRbOdzB0
Gift for your thoughtful entry into of serious discussions
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No. 16346
>>16342
Thank you for clarifying your point, Ernst.

>>16344
I think this deserves a thread of its own at some point. I am a staunch proponent of normalizing the relations with Turkey.

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Did Ernst take part in any internet adventures (examples will follow)? Not just by reading but by playing an active role.
What did you do? Do you still think about it? I still think very often about the good internet times, especially because i have many screenshots saved.

I am going to start with 1 thing here but i have more to follow if people are interested in this thread.

In 2011 i found a german nazi dating site on the internet and out of interest i decided to register myself as a black man called Abadi. Because i found the reactions kinda hilarious i decided to make a thread about it on KC /b/ (which was still good at that time) and a few minutes later they had more fake accounts on the site than they had real ones. It took a few more hours for the site to go down and i don't think it came back again, at least it wasn't there when i looked for it the last time.

That's the story of how i took down a obscure little dating site with the help of Bernd.
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No. 15506
>>15505
It's strange to see something so honest. The internet pre-multilayer irony was so weird, looking back now.
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No. 15514
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>>15412
>tfw no German nazi gf to put her into re-education camp, mindbreak her and convert into real socialism
Why am I still on the Ukraine? Just to suffer?
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No. 16076
>>15506
What do you mean? People heiling the Hitler without pictures of frogs? That still exists, just not so much on /pol/ and such places
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No. 16239
>>15514
That's a kind of slave trainer I'd actually play. Good golly, I might just create one myself because the idea seems pretty great right now.
... I guess I better wait until I'm fully awake with making decisions, though.