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Hide No. 13753 [Reply]
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When communicating in English do you sometimes make mistakes because you often see native speakers make them? Which ones get you?

Grammar and spelling mistakes are really common in with native Englishers online, I imagine that must really mess with people trying to learn. Please discuss this topic.
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>>13967
Mein Name ist Lohse. Ich kaufe hier ein.
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>>13986
Ja, bitte?
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>>13993
Eine Dose Saftgulasch bitte.
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>>13986
Ein' Kümmelkäse und zwei Pfund Tomaten, bitte!

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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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>>13464
I'm slowly reading Anti-Ödipus now, turns out reading on an e-reader works much better than I imagined.
I guess I'm starting to get a grasp on the iconic terms/concepts but yes the writing is somewhat elusive and, well, schizophreny inducing.

Also I read something by Artaud as supplement as they appropriated the "body-without-organs" term from him, and he creeps me out, or rather his life trajectory. Sick and addicted to drugs for most of his life, spending his last years in different asylums, producing some really vile and visceral writings. Nothing of this seems to show in his young face

>Reza
It might be fair criticism albeit a bit wordy. But in any case I'm aware and have somewhat already grappled with Land's reactionary & antihumanist tendencies (and their dangers)
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>>13833
I had a talk with a lecturer today who does not like postmodernists and we came to the conclusion that one often asks yourself: why this now? where does it come from? You get a vague idea from the machine, but what it is exactly is still a mystery to me to be fair I only read the first pages here and there, anything that the suhrkamp index listed with machine

>Artaud

Phew, did not knew that. I only heard his name getting mentioned when it comes to modernism. Well, not surprising that breaking down barriers and drug consumption go hand in hand. What did you read? Any short things?
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>>13834
>why this now? where does it come from? You get a vague idea from the machine, but what it is exactly is still a mystery to me
It might not be enough to talk about it in an academical context but I think a vague idea is plenty good enough for a general understanding. The source text is likely not lacking in contradictions either so there's not really a way to pinpoint it. I mean it's even the same with most abstract terms such as "capitalism" or w.e.

>Artaud
Just "To Have Done with the Judgement of God" It's quite short: http://surrealism-plays.com/Artaud.html
Bit I think it's really intense, and also finally gave me the in hindsight obvious epiphany of shit ~= consumer goods ~=needless production. I was just reading some random book on entrepreneurship and it freaks me out to a very similar extent when they talk about "growth" and "creating products" etc. and it seems like such trash to me. Then it clicked that trash ~= shit. No wonder people go mad when applying scatological frameworks.
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>>13833
>Nothing of this seems to show in his young face
Either it is you or me who has a weird conception about faces showing. But to me his face and foremost his eyes, or better their stare into the hollow nothing, show a very conflicted mind, to put it nicely.

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I have a question: "Wann ist der Unterricht aus?"
Can I answer like this: "Der Unterricht ist um 10 Uhr aus."?
Thank you for your answers!
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No. 13763
>>13726
>you don't mean Leipzig do you?
Indeed, Leipzig and Lipezk have the same slavic origin.
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>>13726
Thank you!
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>>13763
>>13780

Lipa = Linde

>From a Slavic name like "Lipsk", meaning "place of linden trees"; compare Lower Sorbian lipa. Early spellings of the name in Latin include Libzi, Lipzk and the standard Lipsia.
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>>13791
>>13763
>"place of linden trees"
neat. the name leipzig originates from slavic "lipsk" indeed. the area is actually inhabited since the neolithic though. in 200 ad it was a (germanic) suebic settlement, romans called it "aregelia", however during the 6th century, after the franks had defeated the thuringian realm, incoming slavs would call it "lipsk". then the franks crushed the slavs/thuringians around 900-1000 again and frankish settlers would rename the fast growing city from "lipsk" to "leipzig" over time. leipzig's university is still called "alma mater lipsiensis".

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So,now that the dust has settled, which ideas of Marx have stood the test of time proving him right?

Is it even possible to have a conversation about marx without political shitflinging?

I'm too dumb to give articulate thoughts to this but I'd be interested in hearing what you super smart dudes on ernst think

Regards,
Avi
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>>12365
Lol
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>>12292
That channel tho
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfkOZfKFTbaPCAc9kAVBxMw
I am convinced this is all part of an elaborate psyop to make me think the Masons and the Illuminati or whoever else should get my undying support against the teeming masses of retarded fucking bydlo
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Bump

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Can someone enlighten me about industrial?

It seems to be somewhat elitist, but why do they always choose fucked up environments?
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No. 13681
>>13675
I think Poe's Law was originally written regarding Christian fundies, that no matter how ridiculous or obviously satirical something is meant to be, people will interpret it as the actual words and beliefs of a genuine fanatic.
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No. 13745
>>767
Is more than that

Check Mental Destruction, Azure Skies, Esplendor Geométrico, les Joyaux de la Princesse, Laibach for different pictorial approaches
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No. 13787
>>13745
I keep seeing this post with pic name as the title and thinking it's some sort of loading error and it's really bothering me
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No. 13792 Kontra
>>767
I have no experience regarding drugs in the industrial scene and I was a little bit into it so far.

Drugs you'll find with Techno people. Punk/Rock/Metal people are also way into booze.
The must drug wrecked scene I encountered so far, is the Antifa. toplel. (I was not part of the latter don't worry)

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How does one make money online that doesn't involve crypto/SR/camwhoring? like for example, how does one actually start a blog and make money from it? Do you need to set up all kinds of things like bank account, a paypal or whatever, and have advertisers pay you or what?
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>>13337
This chart looks like a joke.
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No. 13771
Buy low sell high
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>>13387
It's very dumb, that's for sure
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>>13387
The preamble is definitely a joke, but the flow-chart itself does accurately breakdown how money is made on the internet. Of course even that just lists what you can do, but not how to it.
>Action figures painted to look like different action figures
I just found out people do that. This guy used to sell his but doesn't anymore what kind of artist turns down money!?
https://www.polygon.com/2014/8/6/5974549/tmnt-toys-art-ninja-turtles

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Previous deda. Maybe add something to Op post, like some infor or news in next threads so OP post would not be so empty?
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>>13710
Funny thing that it was not retcon - it was just event, and happened only in 2nd addon. If they going to RETCON it even in warcraft 3 remake - this is new level of retardation, seriously.
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No. 13736
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>>13451
Funny fact if you wonder, why in Half Life and addons all glasses or black, or have texture of eyes on them - Goldsource engine can not shot transperant surfaces on separate 3d models, only on map brushes. However with adittional .dll-s that was added with retail version of Day of Defeat game, it become possible to do transperant things. All modern versions of goldsource games in stem have this feature, so you can do transperant elements on models for your mod on gldsrc as much as you want.
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>>13736
In case anybody interested - evolution of HECU soldeirs models from Half-Life.

1.Original Half-Life soldier models. Pretty low poly and sometimes pretty funny, I'd say. Black marine guy that smoking is head from cuted model of cool sergant with gatling, when his model was scrapped because was not serious enough for more final desighn concepts. I like original half life faces textures, they drawed in some... kinda strage way. Most of this faces in later games and addons and models will mostly be redone to level when they not recognisable - like barney, for example. For their animations, complections and overall look in-game they always reminded me "ninja turtles with guns"

2.Models from Oppsoing Force - OF, since it centered around soldeirs, redesighned them in slightly more high detail and there also much more variation exept this four, like two guys (medic and engeneer) I posted above. Possibly, the best model varaints in my opinion. Yes if you get close they slightly done in different style from way valve did original HL1, but this is in all aspects really better - more detail, more elements of equipment that much more logically look like some real life military equipment, and faces look like faces, but yet that still have proper detalisation to not be out of place from Half Life level of detail and engine capibilities.

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No. 13746
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Hey should I finally try Stellaris and pirate it?

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No. 13640
nigger
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No. 13642 Kontra
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No. 13677
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No, just entertaining OCD I guess.
He seems to be quite a cool chap.
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>>13640
>Can I say "nigger" here?

If this is the only thing you can say, then no.

https://ernstchan.xyz/faq

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do u like classical music, and if yes, which types? do you attend live concerts? with what frequency?
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>>13380
Why didn’t you just write an email to the station asking about it?
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>>13386
I did, but got no reply. It's owned by the state so I ended up having to e-mail some helpdesk for ministry of culture.
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i like the classical and romantic periods the least, although i do like schumann a lot, his piano works in particular. i prefer early music and neue musik. minnesang, renaissance, baroque, expressionism, serialism, musique spectrale, musique concrète, minimalism etc. bach and vivaldi remain my absolute favourites, loved both as a kid already.
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No. 13634
I know it isn't classical but this is my favorite listening right now
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o81A31hlgEA

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Are there countries which are better to live in as a tourist but not as a local?
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No. 12685
>>12634
I think he was trying to say the equivalent of gg well played or have fun but I have no idea what KU stands for
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No. 12701
>>12685
>but I have no idea what KU stands for
Ku-universal word for anything, but mostly used for "hi". From the soviet sci-fi comedy kin-dza-dza. Also can be used for emotional expression, sign of respect, pointing, swear word and pop songs.
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No. 13587
Most of east Asia I would imagine from visiting Japan and Korea. Korea was even better to work in as a foreigner than as a local. I out earned my Korean colleagues by almost 2x their salary and had all my living expenses, save for electric and gas, covered by my employer.
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>>12701
that is a rather broad range of meanings