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Kohl is an deds
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No. 13551
>>9106
does this ulanovsky trump fag lurk on kohl /int/? if so he's probably that one incredibly annoying ukrainian shitposter who would shit every thread up with /pol/ drivel on old kc /int/. hope he never finds his way here.
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No. 13554 Kontra
>>13550
I never did such a thing, you seem to confuse me with someone else.
I better leave this place until the flood of edgy 15 year olds is gone again, good day.
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No. 13555 Kontra
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I don't think this discussion is going anywhere bogdan, and I'm not one to waste my time.
Have a nice day, Kohl should be up sometime today.
Tschüss!
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No. 13557 Kontra
>>13556
no

Hide No. 13434 Systemkontra [Reply]
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I was banned from kohlchan for 5 days, saying to return back to this place. The things is...i've never been on this chan before, but i will follow mr moderator advice.
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FYI, repairs hopefully in progress...
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No. 13648 Kontra
>>13440
>making fun of right wing ideology is a bannable offense on kohl.

Is this true? It's officially incel /pol/chan?
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No. 13698 Kontra
>>13648
Worse. It's the same shit as cripplechan. You also get banned for pointing out Trump is a Zionist.

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Well I guess no one else is doing it so who feels like a webm threda?
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>>13391
I don't remember, sorry. If i ever remember i let you know.
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>>13391
In all likelihood a KC thread from many years ago.
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No. 13422
>>13421
Nah, it wouldn't be .mp4 when it's from KC
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No. 13448 Kontra
>>13391
I find that image disturbing. Probably because I recognize her and it's unsettling (possibly due to context).

Okay that was all

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so, anyone want's to talk about overclocking?
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No. 13397
Long ago I was excited by overclocking, but I've never managed to build cooling, so I never overclocked.
Duh.
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No. 13399
What's the point in 2018?

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Does Ernst follow any professionally played videogames? To what extend?
From time to time i like watching Quake Live and CS:GO but i don't think i'm interested enough to actually visit any events like many other people do.

Some news:
McDonalds ended it's sponsorship with the German Football Association and instead focuses on eSport now.

https://www.talkesport.com/business/mcdonalds-germany-ends-15-year-old-football-sponsorship-contract-for-esports/

The Danish Prime Minister just opened a Counter-Strike event in Denmark with a short speech.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Gwe_xsNHis
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No. 13306
>>13304
Every game that requires some amount of skill can be played professionally, the main difference i see between a fast paced shooter or chess is that chess is extremely boring to watch.
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No. 13308
>>13306
Another big difference is that the rules of chess are fixed and there is no corporation who's interested in turning a profit behind it

So there are no microtransactions, no straight-up and no under-handed P2W etc. There is lots of toxicity surrounding modern esports, naturally as lots of money is involved
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No. 13309
>>13308
>Another big difference is that the rules of chess are fixed

That's no difference, that's the case in every competition in every game, be it chess, football or quake.
If you look up organizers of tournaments you also find rulebooks, be it chess, football or quake
Example:
https://gfx.esl.eu//media/eu/csgo/eslone/katowice2015/ESLOne_CSGO_Rulebook.pdf

>and there is no corporation who's interested in turning a profit behind it

And the price money of chess tournaments just happens to be there without any source?
If you look up different tournaments you find organizers and sponsors just like in every other game.

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Regarding esports, I really enjoy watching SC:BW Remastered casts, especially by this charming fellow, FalconPaladin. At the moment this beats actually playing the game online for me. He casts top replays with all the big names, and makes this all into some really good time (damn I sometimes feel my English skills are rusty beyond repair and a grammar nazi would be a huge long-term benefit). There is also this Russian SC2 caster, Alex007sc2, his casts are extremely skilled, prime-time-MSM level works, however, he's casting SC2, to which I am quite foreign. Still incredibly fun to watch, so much tension and drama, it's the perfect spectator sport. I tried watching some SC:BW first-person VODs but almost caught epilepsy there, the speed is insane.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZtdsmmGGEI0 for a quick link if anyone wants to check it out first-hand.
Sadly, I myself never broke the 85apm threshold. Even though Day9 made, like, an 100-hour long Let's Learn Starcraft videoguide, of which I only managed to watch maybe 7 or 10 hours.

Hide No. 13299 Systemkontra [Reply]
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Liru is a miracle of the universe.
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No. 13312 Kontra
Ugly bitch wouldn't drink tea with

I also want to strongly suggest that this is not the best imageboard for your thread. The match is wonky at best.

Instead, let's talk about what you define as miracle of the universe; it's a concept foreign to me and I am interested do know what you mean by it. Is a miracle by its own nature an unpredictable phenomenon? This would imply a non-deterministic universe. I have my own theories about how deterministic this universe is, but let's hear your thoughts on that first :3
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No. 13315
>>13312
The biggest miracle of the Universe is that it exists at all. How unlikely is it for something to be instead of not?

We're all miracles of the Universe.
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No. 13316
>>13315
So you define a miracle as something that is possible but extremely unlikely? Is a miracle only a miracle as long as nobody understands how/why it occured?
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No. 13318
>>13316
Well, if we're going approach it from an empirical perspective, a miracle is an event the cause of which is impossible to know. Which I think the mystery of creation is. Simply being unknowable puts it outside the scope of empiric knowledge and into philosophy/mysticism.

From a metaphysical perspective, there is no reason for anything to be rather than not to be. "Nothingness" is a false concept (as explained by parmenides), but that is an empirical reservation at its core: non-being is impossible simply because we happen to live in a reality that happened to Be rather than not be. WHY existence is the default rather than non-existence, I think we'll never get to know.

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I'm not sure where to put this so I guess I'll just use it to talk about zines at least at first. Thoughts on this?

http://deathtotheworld.com/
>A ‘zine to inspire truth seeking and soul searching amidst the modern age of nihilism and despair, promoting the ancient principle of the last true rebellion: to be dead to this world and alive to the other one.
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No. 13233
Well then what are some good sources to learn about the split between the RCC and Byzantium Orthodox Christian churches and the development of the Eastern Orthodox throughout Greece/Macedonia and into the Rus lands?
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No. 13240
good stuff
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No. 13251
>>13233
>and the development of the Eastern Orthodox throughout Greece/Macedonia and into the Rus lands?
Primary Chronicle.
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No. 13269
>>13195
You are telling it to american, where religion is one of the columns of freedom
>>13158
Orthodoxy was already dead by the time of revolution. People didn't believe in it and the original idea was long lost.
What many western people don't get about the soviet times that it was a form of anarchy. You could kill people you don't like by letter and take whatever you want by force. Stalin and lenin didn't list all people they want to kill by names or personally shooting at people. People did it to each other. The church was devastated by its own hands, property was taken from it because people wanted to. Religion was too corrupted already by 18 century.
I might agree that byzantine orthodoxy wasn't bad, there are many good ideas. But in here and Ukraine it was more of an national identity and in Russia church was more of a kid for tsars they didn't want to have.
Also Belarus isn't orthodox in a way like Russia. We had uniat church and our tradition still borrows a lot from paganism.

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I got a new hobby recently, and it's turning out to be one of the riskiest, yet rewarding hobbies I've ever done - searching for gold! Yep, there's still some left around the rivers and mountains of California and I had no idea you could get it for free still. Here's an IWO of my prospecting adventures in Mariposa County, near the Merced River at an area called Briceberg.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xxr3-1cGge4
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>>13114
>Great job
Thanks, I'm glad you liked them.
>I got a small bucket and got some chicken wire to put in the bottom of it to filter out larger rocks
Pic very related. I had to build a crude filter for rocks once and, instead of chicken wire, I used an old window screen. Of course in that situation I actually wanted the rocks and needed to filter out the dirt(I was moving rocks from one parking area to another, but most of them had sunk into the ground).
Good luck on Friday, or whenever you can get back there.
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>tfw Magadan was established as gold prospectors' town
>tfw it's forbidden to prospect gold in Russia
If we consider transport communication situation with Far East to be the same as it was with Wild West in XIX century, by XXIII century there will be Silicon Valley somewhere in Yakutia
However, there are golden rivers in Georgia, I think it's possible to try.
How big is turnover of such hobby?
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>>13128
I'll bring Ernstwurf with me tomorrow, maybe I'll have better luck finding more gold.

>>13130
tbh it's very unlikely you will find lots of gold. And even if you do it has to be a LOT, because the biggest problem with gold prospecting is transportation costs and supplies. The first time I started panning for gold it cost me $20 in gasoline just to travel there. If it wasn't for the local bus service that only costs $6 per trip I wouldn't be doing this, the cost of transportation adds up considerably because the areas where you can find gold are very remote. And you have to be worried about the legality of it, even here in California I can only do this on certain areas of public land. I would imagine Putin and his oligarchs would not react very well if you get caught with gold. Always remember that this hobby has considerable risks, people have been killed throughout history just because of this shiny yellow metal.
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No. 13216
>>13043
i'm into beekeeping basically since childhood, however i got my first own hive only a couple years ago. i won't post pictures of my hive place(s), because a mischievous bernd from my area could use this to dox me, but i could perhaps make photos of a single hive, bees and so on. This year one of my newer colonies is plagued by more mites than i'm used to deal with, but generally i don't have problems with mites.

>>13068
very nice

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What do you think is a good philosophy that just simply accepts Man for how he is and actually accepts the world for what it is without actually imposing its own rules and laws and observations upon the observed? Do you think that there is any philosophy which is actually objectively truthful and neither attempts to change the nature of the Man or that envisions some "answer" like Salvation to the actual state of affairs, but quite simply observes the natural order of things without necessarily any judgment or cloudiness of vision from personal biases, assumptions, principles, and conclusions? Do you think such a thing is possible?

Do you think that there is any actual philosophy that truly can tell you not to change the nature of a man, or offers some utopian ideal or grim pessimism, but quite clearly sees things for how they are?

And yes I am aware of Sartre though admittedly don't actually know a whole lot about existentialist thought. And I don't just mean Mankind and the self centeredness of much philosophical conjecture but an accurate depiction of simply the world/universe/reality devoid of hopes expectations or fears, and quite simply in utter naked boldness declares "this is how things are" without biased flaws?
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No. 13201
Cioran is basically everything OP said.
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No. 13202 Kontra
>>13201
>wikipedia
>the famous triangle of nietzsche - postmodernism and endless deconstruction

The "there is no truth" truth?

treda can be glosed :DDD
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No. 13211
>>13200
I'd say these are more questions of biological limits to perception than about philosophy?
You'd end with a machine or mechanism that counts all molecues, electrons, positrons, photons and writes a log about their positions in the universe at a given time if you want this kind of "objectivity".

Your best bet as a human for seing (at least some) things "as they are" is probably some form of meditative praxis.
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No. 13215
>>13200
>of there being a philosophy to follow
will you anglos ever learn what philosophy is? it is, like math, a SCIENCE. you can't "follow" "a math". neither can you "follow" "a philosophy". you may agree or disagree with statements and theories different philosophers have issued. however, the fact that individual philosophers also deal with matters within the usual domain(s) of religion and/or ideology doesn't mean that religious or ideological beliefs or politics become "a philosopy of x". philosophers are neither priests nor politicians nor yoga mentors. philosophers are scientists and philosophy itself is simply the most universal science. which does not, unlike other sciences, seek to assess, describe and predict rather specific sets of phenomena such as numbers, quantum mechanics or sociology, but basically everything. richard david precht said it basically links all sciences together - i do basically agree with this, however i'm more with the old greeks here, i'd describe it more as an umbrella for all sciences, in mathematical terms that would be a set of (yet?) unknown cardinality.

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Willkommen! This thread is for the sharing and discussion of short-films of all kinds.

I would like to start with two films directed by Russian filmmaker Andrei Khrzhanovsky that are of importance and demonstrate the technical level Soviet/Russian animation once operated on.

>The Glass Harmonica (1968)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XmhZS4hr2gU

The first (and allegedly only) animated film banned in the USSR for its depiction of totalitarianism and censorship of the arts. Inherently it has an anti-capitalist message in the role money plays turning people into monsters but you can obviously see what is really at work.

What is interesting about this other than the on the nose message is the use of historical artwork in a surrealist format. It was a very daring film even for life in the Khrushchev Thaw.

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No. 13005
>Goat Witch
https://vimeo.com/100747052

Great short experience and especially soundtrack. Afterwards can listen to this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BihUCqQp-Rs
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No. 13208
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Brdx7kmxx2I

Rather a skit, but I guess it counts

Hits me pretty hard, probably one of the darkest things MDE did
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No. 13209
>>13208
It loses a lot without the Cop Killer audio. The editing doesn't make sense without it.

Also, the darkest thing MDE ever did was probably Moms, which was also their best sketch ever IMO.