/int/ – No shittings during wörktime
„There is no place like home“

Currently at Radio Ernstiwan:


Hail Odin! by Christenklatscher666

M3U - XSPF


File (max. 4)
Return to
(optional)
  • Allowed file extensions (max. size 25 MB or specified)
    Images:  BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG, PSD   Videos:  FLV, MP4, WEBM  
    Archives:  7Z, RAR, ZIP   Audio:  FLAC, MP3, OGG, OPUS  
    Documents:  DJVU (50 MB), EPUB, MOBI, PDF (50 MB)  
  • Please read the Rules before posting.
  • Make sure you are familiar with the Guide to Anonymous Posting.

Hide No. 74604 [Reply]
73 kB, 857 × 1200
57 kB, 466 × 571
82 kB, 680 × 684
Only a few months left until the next radio birthday party, it's time to start wörkenings on Ernstalbum v2. Ernst just finished his first song, and he has a few more up his sleeve. The huge success of out first album last year raised the expectations of our loyal fans, so give them something to cheer on!

I do not say that you HAVE to participate, but if you don't I will dab on /int/ the whole show while presenting the album (see pic 3 for details). Anything goes which roughly fits the desription "song", it doesn't matter if it's serious or audio shitposting, just do whatever you want. If all goes well the album will be published during a live broadcast at our next birthday festival (likely the weekend Sep 2-4). You can post your songs in the thread or send them to me via mail (ernstiwan at protonmail ch - if you don't want to spoil anyone before the festival). In any case: Post if you have something ready even if you don't post the song itself in order to raise peer pressure :DD
>>
No. 78040
35 kB, 630 × 423
One month left until the festival, and at the moment we need 3 more songs to fulfil the minimum number of required songs for an album (8). I heard that a few people are still planning to contribute, but you know how it is with plans. Guess we all planned to get a GF.

I suggest that if you have a song finished then send it via mail (see OP) instead of posting because it's not that much time between the post and the festival, so the effect is probably better now if we have a true premiere of your song during the stream, instead of having it here and then on stream again only a few weeks later.
>>
No. 78875
127 kB, 910 × 709
Two weeks until the festival, and we are still one song short. If you have anything in your queue, it's time to apply the finishing touches. it would also be great to let me know if you will deliver something, because if I get one more song I could at least confirm the Ernstalbum stream for the festival. Any more songs after that will just slightly extend it, which is easier to handle. But knowing if it will happen at all obviously would be a big help.
>>
No. 79692
Also the Album gets a bump :3 Another 100 threads to create.
>>
No. 79741
Not today mr soyjak.

Hide No. 3248 [Reply]
4,1 MB, 5472 × 3648
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!
>>
No. 67818
206 kB, 0:09
Hello! Can you help me with this audio? Can you write what exactly pronounce? I can't recognize it.
"Ja, ich ärgere mich oft über die deutsche Grammatik auf. Nein, ich ärgere mich nicht oft über die deutsche Grammatik auf."?
>>
No. 67823
>>67818
You are mixing up "ärgern" and "aufregen".

I didn't listen to the file.
>>
No. 67927
>>67823
Thank you!
>>
No. 79737
up

Hide No. 67538 [Reply]
332 kB, 1200 × 893
132 kB, 1252 × 879
In your language, what do you think is a weird combination of things that are called the same?

In German, both of these pictures show a Bremse, and I'm sure there are lots more to find if I start looking.
>>
No. 67610
Using chinese would be cheating because it's full of homophones. But I know a rather interesting case:
燕 (yàn): hirundinidae
咽 (yàn): to take into the stomach through the throat. Written as 燕 in ancient chinese.
The interesting part is that english word swallow also has both meanings.

Could it be related? The bird gulping action is pretty eye catching. But verb swallow is from proto-germanic *swelgan/*swelhan while noun swallow is from proto-germanic *swalwon so it seems like a coincidence.
>>
No. 67612
8,4 MB, 576 × 1024, 0:41
>>67610
How do people with poor aural skills even talk Chinese? Or have they gone extinct in your population due to natural selection?
>>
No. 67614
442 kB, 2020 × 987
>>67612
These aren't homonyms. The tones are different. They are as easy to tell apart for native speakers as different vowels or consonants. You may find tones mysterious but it's only because Russian language isn't tonal. Vietnamese, Laotian or Thai native speakers will find Mandarin tones very simple.
Tones aren't something special. Almost half of languages in WALS are tonal. And I'm sure there're tonal languages missing in their database, like Limburgian and Central Franconian. Tones are important partly because they encode grammatical information. I'll keep using the 咽 example: if it's pronounced yàn, it's a verb meaning "to swallow". If it's pronounced yān, it's a noun meaning "throat".
>>
No. 79734
bump

Hide No. 53829 [Reply]
927 kB, 636 × 848
Should they be abolished? They wield immense power and are basically unelected antidemocratic power structures, which outlive elected officials. There is no control, they majorly fuck up all the time, e.g. in the case of terrorism either by looking away, getting caught with their pants down or even supporting them, like the NSU in Germany or Al Qaida in the US.

Then there are the military intelligence services, you always hear about the CIA, NSA, Mossad, BND or whatever, but basically every country has three branches of intelligence services: foreign, domestic and militaric. And theres almost never any good OSINT on them. Which makes you start to think what they (yeah) are doing.

If people would know what happens beyond the tidbits, which sometimes flow to the surface, I think there would be constant rioting for months. There is no way that they are compatible with a transparent democracy.
>>
No. 63279
they should certainly abolished from imageboards
>>
No. 66776
36 kB, 244 × 345
http://metanoia-films.org/counter-intelligence/#watch

Pretty good docu series about intelligence agencies, the whole "deep state" complex and the crimes of the terrorist state of AmeriKKKa. Sometimes it's a bit too conspiraboomer aesthetically with some clumsy Adam Curtis imitations, but mostly rather grounded and well researched.
>>
No. 66795 Kontra
>>66776
>AmeriKKKa

The '90s called. It wants its shitty critique back.
>>
No. 79725
bump

Hide No. 79723 [Reply]
14 kB, 438 × 438
Hello mysterious raiding gentlemen.

Can you please raid britfa.gs instead? They actually deserve it for being humourless, stuck-up, boring gits.

Kind regards,

Ernst.

Hide No. 63812 [Reply]
55 kB, 828 × 707
Do you love your country, Ernst? Are you glad you were born were you did? Do you like your fellow citizens?
Are there 'national traits' of culture and civil society that you personally enjoy? Are there things you despise about your own people?
>>
No. 64187
Like all patriotic Norwegians I love Spain and would defend it to death.
>>
No. 66553
1,4 MB, 3465 × 2545
1,2 MB, 4000 × 2333
>>64082
>that map
The east asian part is beyond ridiculous.

>>64080
>Naimans came from china
I've only seen haplogroup autists claim the most common chinese haplo was shared by naiman. But even haplo schizos knew this doesnt amount to any historical meaning.
First mention of naimans in chinese chronicles was during liao dynasty.
>>
No. 66556 Kontra
29 kB, 568 × 291
ICH LIEBE DEUTSCHE LAND!
ICH LIEBE DEUTSCHE LAND!
ICH! LIEBE! DEUTSCHE LAND!

t. proud woman of color
>>
No. 79722
bump

Hide No. 62835 [Reply]
67 kB, 768 × 418
Vaccine Enthusiasts answer my questions about all the sportsball people dropping dead suddenly in these plaguetimes

>>62834
>>
No. 66562
>>66537
I don't know a single person who suffered any lasting effects from the vaccination (and I don't know a single person who refused to get vaccinated, only second hand accounts of two people).

Either you're full of it or Ireland is being sold something other than the vaccines we get here, or your doctors are incapable of setting a shot properly.
>>
No. 66582
>>66562
>I don't know a single person who suffered any lasting effects from the vaccination
Same. Only people who have been knocked out 1 - 3 days by it. I know people with long term effects by Corona (got infected before vaccination was available) however... inb4 anecdotal evidence and all that; true
>>
No. 66587
Had to run to my nearest vaccination center to get a second dose because somehow rules have changed, I’m not allowed to perform without a new dose anymore and I learned this 45 minutes before the beginning of the show. I will be late.

There’ll be no policemen and half euronations have stopped restrictions. Wouldn’t have minded someone not being vaxxed 3x if I was part of the checking crew. Pissed off.
>>
No. 79719
up

Hide No. 21388 [Reply]
219 kB, 900 × 1435
88 kB, 768 × 647
38 kB, 486 × 689
68 kB, 640 × 640
Is Ernst into Watches?
>>
No. 67332 Kontra
33 kB, 500 × 400
>>
No. 67795
>>67303
I think I'm gonna buy one soon, from the next salary(it's in a few days). Actually, I can benefit while buying it right now because the inflation has started here and my salary amount is declared in the foreign currency.

Will post photos when I get it.
>>
No. 67796
26 kB, 404 × 583
>>67795
Additional info - my current watch is pic-related, wearing it for 12 years already. Got it as a birthday gift from my uncle.
>>
No. 79715
also the watches will stay.

Hide No. 62156 [Reply]
107 kB, 580 × 434
491 kB, 900 × 839
163 kB, 1400 × 960
374 kB, 923 × 1294
https://youtu.be/2FAWAbGDxGA?t=1380

Let us begin. It seems that this is a topic which interests a good many people here and seems to frequently bleed into places like the dreams thread. Come let us gather to banish the evils and further the EC tier monkish order.
>>
No. 66378
>>66374
Yeah, I suppose you're right.
>>
No. 66393
>>66373
>These two virtues are the two ills most commonly associated with catholics.
Funny, I've always been told by my protestant surroundings that catholics were filthy fetishists who only had to do Ave Maria and Pater Noster when they did something wrong to take the shame away. While us protestant had to bear the guilt of our deeds forever and nobody could forgive us but ourselves while we roamed the earth.
>>
No. 66407
>>66373
What you are describing is more like "humility" rather than shame and guilt though, in line with:
>Matthew 7:5 [Thou hypocrite,] first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother's eye.
>>66393 is pointing in the right direction that catholics have a weird fetishistic relationship with sin, which leads to a viewing sin as a forbidden fruit that is cyclically indulged in and abhorred.
In fact I wonder how that came about to be justified theologically, considering
>Matthew 5:30 And if thy right hand offend thee, cut it off, and cast it from thee: for it is profitable for thee that one of thy members should perish, and not that thy whole body should be cast into hell.
to me reads like an imperative to resolutely do away with sin rather than abuse God's forgiveness by feeling guilt or shame about one's sins.

Though the protestant view of an insurmountable eternal sin is also weird to me if it's driven to an extreme, after all the New Testament does stress forgiveness and repentance

[Show 2 more lines]

>>
No. 79713
bump

Hide No. 79118 [Reply]
116 kB, 1077 × 780
Ernst, let's have a thread about the small things that happen or that you do that you still feel like sharing.
Small-scale celebration of the seemingly insignificant is the name of the game here.

Penis joges allowed but looked down upon EC style

I'll start just to give an example:

When I empty a glass of jam there usually is this feeling of not wanting to waste the scraps that I can't get out with a spoon. A small annoyance, certainly.
But I keep those around for a day or two until the next time I make myself a Müsli, then I pour milk in the mostly-empty glass of jam, shake it wildly and pour the sweetened concoction over my Müsli instead of just fresh milk.

A small annoyance turned into a small joy. I bet I have a smug grin while doing it, too, but I've never done it infront of a mirror.
>>
No. 79163
88 kB, 1080 × 1296
Approaching red lights that turn green just in time for you. Now that's some good shit.
>>
No. 79575
I enjoy putting peanut butter on peanut butter flavored snacks. Peanut butter and cheese crackers, peanut butter granola bars, peanut butter wafer cookies- these are all better with a layer of fresh from the jar creamy peanut butter spread on top.

>>79156
I tried peanut butter powder in coffee once, but it wasn't as good as I had hoped. Probably needed chocolate to balance the flavor.
>>
No. 79657
up
>>
No. 79701
It's still a nope