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Old one autosage >>4705

Some nice music documentary about the German alternative Rock scene of the 60s and 70s, also known as Krautrock.

Krautrock - The Rebirth of Germany
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QP5dOKTB3ng

Here's a little shorter video about Krautrock as well.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ne7M63P820g
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>>50335
I don't know, he seemed to be a loose cannon to me after the skin whitening surgeries and the balcony baby debacle. Hopefully there is an alternate timeline where he stayed pure and become a black nationalist.
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>>50347
He sure was a creepy weirdo in his last one or two decades, but for every person who says he was a child molester there seem to be 10 who said they used to be super close to him as a child and he never even tried to do anything bad.
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No. 50364 Kontra
>>50312
Wasn't all of this debunked already and the director sued for libel or something?
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>>50355
Macaulay Culkin said that Michael never touched him, and he has no reason to lie about this

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Interest rates are now -o.1% in Australia boys

I'm throwin 15% of my paycheque every fortnight into Ethereum

Dog bless you all
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No. 50228 Kontra
>>50225
Piece of advice: You need to stop seriously caring about memes and the like. Also leave the past behind, focus on the future and things of actual matter to you or those around you.
Just because I keep seeing you ranting on those topics, no front.
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No. 50229 Kontra
>>50228
Because you know why the janitor is an important job on Space Station 13? Because if a place looks like shit people will treat it like shit.
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No. 50231 Kontra
>>50229
You are not the janitor, you are a bitter old lady who complains that the piss in the elevator smelled better 60 years ago. Polite sage.
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No. 50235 Kontra
>>50231
>sage

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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. 50205
>>50203
But Iran did move off it recently didn't they? Wish I saw your post first we must've replied same time. There's an alliance of countries against US power right now led by Russia and chyna.
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No. 50206
>>50205
From wiki:
>During 2007, Iran asked its petroleum customers to pay in non US dollar currencies. By December 8, 2007, Iran reported to have converted all of its oil export payments to non-dollar currencies.[11] The Kish Bourse was officially opened in a videoconference ceremony on 17 February 2008, despite last minute disruptions to the internet services to the Persian Gulf regions. Currently the Kish Bourse is only trading in oil-derived products, generally those used as feedstock for the plastics and pharmaceutical industries. However, officially published statements by Iranian oil minister Gholam-Hossein Nozari indicate that the second phase, to establish trading in crude oil directly, which has been suggested might one day perhaps create a "Caspian Crude" benchmark price analogous to Brent Crude or WTI will only be started after the Bourse has demonstrated a reasonable period of trouble-free running.[12]
>Due to technical problems, the oil bourse never proceeded, and the plans were finally abandoned after a vote by the Iranian Parliament on 7 January 2020.[13]

It really isn't cost effective for these nations to attempt to form their own trade exchange, even with the world undergoing dedollarization - they're still better off using USD. Euros and Yuans are the competing alternative to dollars, rubles really have little to no bearing in all of this. INSTEX is far more of a dangerous undercutting of US power than anything Russia offers (in fact, they'd dream of further exchange integration with the EU.
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No. 50207 Kontra
Fucking NSA I wrote a long reply and my battery suddenly rapidly drained and both copy and reply field stored disappeared with it powering off memory whatever fuck it
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No. 50208 Kontra
>>50207
Schizo tire

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Hello, I will post here some jokes I collected over the years way back on KC /int/.
Feel free to add your own.
There are way more than fit in one post, but I won't necessarily be able to post regularly.

Jerusalem's highest rabbi is on an official trip in England. On one
morning, he wakes up really early. It is Jom Kippur. He steps on the
balcony and sees the hotel's golf course.
He thinks "It's so early, nobody will see me". He grabs his golf gear
and steps on the green.
Up in heaven, St. Peter says to god "Do you see what the highest rabbi
of Jerusalem is doing? On Jom Kippur? Do you not want to punish him for
it?"
God nods. The rabbi drives off and hits hole in one, a perfectly rare
occurrence.
St. Peter: "I don't understand - you wanted to punish him!"

[Show 49 more lines]

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No. 50158
>>50124
Yes that’s it. But even if we don’t know the quote and the story surrounding it we can still find the joke funny. There is an unconscious legacy to this story who apparently was sent as an email in 1999. While it’s pretty clear it’s inspired by it. A lot of shock false intelligent stories have developed over the internet and miss attributed Einstein Quotes.
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>>50127
Do you not even know where you are? Wait how do I not make that sentence end in a preposition
ernstchan is full-on what KC was like in like, 2009, 2010. It was literally posts boobs and have the whole thread immediately derailed into some discussion on which are the better type of door hinges tier.
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No. 50196
>>50124
The story with the professor on the platform was very entertaining cringe, thank you.
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No. 50256 Kontra
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>>48716
>First is a joke about Catholics thinking anal and oral lets them not breach "no sex before marriage"
Interestingly that is a common sterotype about Evangelical Protestants in Brazil.

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New news thread.

Got any interesting articles or breaking stories? Someone wrote a thoughtful editorial that resonated with you? Read some one-sided opinion piece that cements your current understanding of the world?

Post it all here.
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No. 50176
>>50172
>can a mod dox this new user for me? i don't like his viewpoint. anyway here's some more scaremongering from the MSM
your a joy to post with
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No. 50177 Kontra
>>50176
>your
I'm not asking for your dox. I am asking if your IP is a proxy or a real address. I don't give a fuck about having it but yeah I'd be interested to see if the mods look at your IP and it leads to a real American address or if it's running off some proxy server. You posted word for word copypasta getting spammed on the internet by CCP psyop bots.
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No. 50178
Some scummy looking bogan cunt stole a Germanic made Audi and took it for a joyride, the vehicles dashcam was turned on throughout the entire ordeal and uploaded to YouTube.

https://www.nbnnews.com.au/2020/12/28/terrifying-dash-cam-released-of-joyride-through-newcastle/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LF9-qBXsqgw
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>>50178
>Newcastle
Ebin how little that surprises me.

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The sun's orbit around the center of the Milky Way takes about 225-250 million terrestrial years. That's a 25 million year margin of error. Think about what your lifespan means in just that error gap.

Marcus Aurelius wrote to think on how vast the eternity of time is behind us in the past, and how vast the eternity in the future, and likewise with space.

Given our apparent insignificance in the cosmic scale (think of the "pale blue dot"), do you really think God cares if you masturbate or cheated on your wife? Do all these things really matter in such a vast universe where all our earthly deeds could be incinerated in the expanding sun, buried under magma, or annihilated by a meteor? It seems to me that religion is human-centric, rather than being centered on the divine.
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No. 50150
>>50147
I believe OP meant moral philosophy of conventional religions specifically, that is, behavioral norms forced upon believers by the dogma. Your personal worldview, on the other hand, denies those norms completely and instead adheres to ones you yourself created in a sorta-Nietzschean way, and it doesn't have much to do with the fairly rigid ethics promoted by popular religions as "universal".
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>>50149
Whatever is written down, is what humans decide is worth writing down. God doesn't write history, humans do. We decide that the scholar is more important than the pop-star, even if the latter has more "scale" or "energy" than the former.

>why should you masturbating be so important to God.
I am God. If God disagrees, well, he's free to prove otherwise.
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No. 50152 Kontra
>>50150
I don't think it's interesting to discuss the validity of conventional religious moral beliefs because they're obviously dumb as hell.
So let's not.
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No. 50153
>>50150
Abrahamic morality has been thoroughly BTFO'd through the ages by all kinds of philosphers and scholars, even contemporaries of rise of christianity and islam, etc., so I'm note sure why this has to be discussed, but for the sake of the argument:
You can take the same stance of "selfish solipsism" and apply it to an Earth-centric world-view. The rest of the universe, in all its grandness and complexity, is merely a "side effect" of a universe that is capable of hosting Earth. What did Sagan say again? "To make an apple pie from scratch, you first need to create the universe"? Well, same applies, but replace the apple pie with Earth.
This works on all scales. In order for a writer to create a great work of literature, someone had to invent paper. Someone also had to invent either the computer, or the typewriter, or ink and feather. Before that, someone had to invent carving runes on stone. Are we then to say that putting notches into boulders is more important than Gilgamesh? Are we to say that the guy who first figured out that you can grind a pretty blue rock to make a new pigment is more important than Vermeer's Girl With A Pear Earring? Absurd.
Same is the notion that the grand mechanical setting of the universe (galaxies and stars) are more important than the thing they were designed to give birth to: Earth and its inhabitants.

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What did you get for Christmas Ernst? What did you get for others?

I got Sherman tank slippers from the tank museum and some books on the paranormal that I wanted.
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>>50079
This, but I also thought that it is funny because someone who would create EC would be a Keinbernd by default, because he intentionally renounced that identity.
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No. 50103 Kontra
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>>50102
Before there is more discussion: Yes, I found that intentional entendre slightly funny, BUT, and that is something all the REEEE KEINBERND criers have never understood:

A Keinbernd is still a Bernd.

He just doesn't conform to the unkissed virgin neet stereotype some people try to enforce upon the "Bernd". As >>50079 said, there are many people who started as "regular" Bernds and then moved on with their lives without completely abandoning imageboards. If I started as a kissless virgin student dude as Bernd and then manage to actually score, get gf, get an education etc., I by definition have become a Keinbernd, but I am still a Bernd, you know what I mean? Of course on Ernst I should be talking about Ernsts, but I have been around imageboards for almost 15 years now and I must admit I'm a newErnst since I have really only come here after KC had died, so in essence I still consider myself a Bernd.
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Bend is watching ccc Krebsmodul Teil 1 and it`s krebsiger than ever .
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No. 50136
>>50103
It happened as the average age of imageboard users became younger and younger because of the ease of access to the internet over the last 10 years.

In 1999 most people online from what I could see were 24-34 years old. I'd say the average age of most 4chan users is now probably 15-20 and they export their hormones to other imageboards over time.

One very obvious example of this is Poland on old KC and kohl, all the poles are like 17 years old and can't make a single post without xDDDD everywhere, that's because Poland only got easy access to the internet in the last 10 years whereas most of western Europe and the USA had easy access 30 years ago

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In the English sub of the film “Eastern Promises” the Russian пидорас is translated as “pederast”. But isn’t it a slur for gays not pederasts? Wouldn’t it be more correct to translate it as “faggot”? I understand that the word itself is a corruption of the Russian word for pederast.
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No. 49736
>>49677
What? I'd always assumed that "pidor" used as a homosexual slur also carried an implicit cultural subtext of pedophilia, which the Russians likewise had largely opposed homosexual propaganda not so much for machismo reasons as they largely got creeped out by their association between it and child molesters.
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No. 49742
>>49736
Just FYI this is a different Ameriball
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No. 50096
>>49736
Maybe this is you who is really brainwashed by /pol/?
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No. 50109
>>50096
Maybe this is what Russians kept telling me not on /pol/? It's not my fault even many of your English speakers give bydlo descriptions on things.

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HoeHoeHoe.
Santa is here with gifts for all the nice Ernsts out there.

Santa is going to dump some steam keys in this thread for the next few days, i hope you're ready.
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>>50094
No problemo
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No. 50098
>>50095

Got Beat Hazard 2, a Music Player combined with a Shooter Game.
Thanks Santa
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No. 50105
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>>50098
Have fun!
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No. 50327 Kontra
>>50105
>Wargroove
Nice, casual strategy games are what I like. Thank you, Santa! Happy New Year!!

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Third thread, here's the previous two

>>41286
>>28434

I've about 70,000 named files on my imageboards / random internet hard drive which has files going back as far as 1999, search for One or Two words and I'll post the results

Also, I've about 200,000 in total so random numbers may also yield results
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>>49995
>Germans actually used to dress up as a demon and beat their children on Christmas
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No. 50014
>>49995
>>49994
The December 6th Nikolaustag is a tradition here too.
I wager it's a tradition in most regions where the Christkindl/baby Jesus brings presents on the evening of the 24th.
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No. 50099
>>49030
> Russia in one picture
The guy on the left is not that guy, they just googled surname and put the first result to tweet.
Man on the picture is a warlord from Donbabwe (also named Zaharchenko).
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No. 50100
>>50011
>dress up as a demon and beat their children on Christmas
I see no difference with an average Slavic Christmas