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„There is no place like home“

Currently at Radio Ernstiwan:


It is about Horror Punk, starting from The Misfits, then the two samples This is Horror Punk 1&2 which tried to give a good overview of what emerged after the reunion of The Misfits end of the 90ties (without Glen Danzig of course) and after this some random pieces of the genre. To be honest, some psychobilly and othere familiar genres are within this playlist. by Horror Punk & Psychobilly

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  1. Where did/does Ernst study?
  2. What did/does Ernst study?
  3. Are you happy with your study choice?
  4. Did you or do you want to study abroad and if so at what university?
  5. Did you or do you expect to find a job in your field
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I'll keep it kinda vague.

>Where did/does Ernst study?
Big university in Western Germany, approximately 100km from my hometown.

>What did/does Ernst study?
I started studying a normie tier subject (read engineering, law, business, something along those lines, basically the "I don't know what to do but I also don't want to be poor" choice). It was fun for the first two years, marks were decent but then I fell into two years of NEET-lifestyle while still being enrolled, including daily destroying. It came to a point where I told my parents about it and I decided to change subjects. I'm currently in my last months of studying a combination of humanities, including Japanese linguistics.

>Are you happy with your study choice?

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I did one of these graduations where you're an apprentice but also studying at university. Very stressful because the time other students party and chill you're working. But it took only three years and I earned 1000 coins/month already and now I graduated with a very high qualification. Now I got cosy offcie job where I put maybe 30% of the effort in comparison to the study years and I make monies.
Now the other students are still slackin in the 9001st semester while I'm already settled with gf and a home although I'm only 24.

It was the right decision. 3 years on full throttle and now I can chill the rest of my life.
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No. 33267
>Where did/does Ernst study?
Michigan State University

>What did/does Ernst study?
Environmental engineering

>Are you happy with your study choice?
Yes, although I wish I could've attended a university where environmental engineering is lumped together with chemical engineering instead of civil

>Did you or do you want to study abroad and if so at what university?

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No. 33281
>Where did/does Ernst study?

Manaus.

>What did/does Ernst study?

Law.

>Are you happy with your study choice?

More or less. Happy from a status/professional perspective; unhappy from a personal one.

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Hide No. 32642 Systemkontra [Reply]
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Did you know that kohlchan was deplatformed?

I came here instead but I heard bad things about this chan.
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What a silly thread. It's already back!
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>>33462
>dumb weeb
>kc is down again (404)
kek. Serves you right.
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>>33462
kys
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>>33498
It works fine, maybe your tears of rage just don't allow you to see the screen correctly.

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What are the best martial arts for self defence?
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https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAzXqFoW1Y7KDqwZ1x5m9EA/videos

I recently started binging on this channel's videos. The guy finds videos of MMA practioners fighting TMA 'masters' on the Chinese internets. One of the main MMA guys who throws out these challenges, Xu Xiaodong, apparently had his credit score ruined because of it.

Here's a particularly entertaining one:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9YdSFS8Ejc
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No. 32925
>>32919
This.
I go boxing and only had a few sparing matches so far and those were super intense for me because I've never been in a fight since I was a kid.
Fighting regularly so adrenaline doesn't cloud your mind anymore seems to be the key. Because I still get all tensed up and jittery, even though I know the basics.
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No. 32930
In order to get good at fighting you must spar regularly, but this means you risk suffering lots of blows to the heda which is bad for your health and cognitive function. So it’s a bit of a dilemma.
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>>32930
Wear proper headpro.

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Old has passed. Tell your new tales here.
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Almost forgot about today's holiday. Happy Great October Socialist Revolution Day, Ernst!
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>>32316
For some people holyday, for others curse lol
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>>32317
Ha Cultist Simulator apparently just got translated to full Russian and the devs are wishing happy Unity Day

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Can we have a French language threada?
How many bougette-janguage speakers are here?
Will appreciate if Ernst can recommend me good resources that can help studying.

Goddamnit, I hate that language and I have to learn it. It's so frustrating difficult and syntax is so meaningless so I'm thinking that German language way much easier to learn. 11 tenses? For fucks sake!
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>>31643
>>31652
Puisse Allah vous bénir pour votre bonté, mes frères.
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>>31660
en fait je n'aime pas le kohlchan et je ne poste pas là. au revoir, bernd.
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>>31301
>Another thing about French, I find it funny that ce ("this") and c'est ("this is") is pronounced the same.
Nein.

Ce (this) is pronounced the same as "se"(itself, as in "il se montre", "He shows himself").

C'est (This is) is pronounced like "sait/sais" (as in "knowing"), "ces" (These), s'est ("il s'est fait mal", "He hurts himself" (Contraction of the verb "être" and "se").

Je sais, je sais, c'est pas facile.

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Sometimes you may feel the urge to share a pic but you can wait for suitable context eternally.
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>>32269
This.
Most alcoholics here either drink cheap, shitty beer, or wine made from bottom of the barrel grape leftovers. (Since the EU forbade wine flavoured ethanol and tablet-based wine)
We call it "Jugged wine". These "wines" are usually very cheap and are sold in 2 litre plastic bottles.
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>>32274
hungary is in the wine circle included though, probably because hungary is a traditional wine producing country (tokajer).
the circle encompasses all german states with notable wine growing quite accurately.
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>>32274
That is quite possibly the worst, shittiest looking wine I've ever seen in my life. I'm not sure I'd even cook with it.
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>>32301
i'm sure americans have much prettier looking wine for cooking at walmart.
that bottle however was sold for ~ € 200 at a german online wine store. not sure if hungarians use tokaj for cooking. it is quite sweet wine.

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Since a few of us here are seriously interested in religion, let us have a discussion for all things related to faith, theology, spirituality, metaphysics, et cetera. Virtually everything within the purview of faith is welcome in this thread. Absolutely no restrictions on any particular belief system. Cults are as welcome as major religion so long as they have serious, substantial beliefs. Agnostics, atheists, secularists and the non-religious are welcome, but keep your inquiries and arguments in good faith.
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No. 32012
>>31985
American exceptionalism isn't a fringe belief, most Americans think there's something special about their country. I've never heard of British Israelism and I'd be surprised if you could find a dozen of them on the other hand. They appear to have written half their own Wikipedia article.
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No. 32015
>>32012
>>31985
I would say there's a difference between "I feel that my country is special" and "my country is actually a lost tribe of israel, we are the true chosen of god".
Then again americans treat certain aspects of their society with a religious fervor much more than traditional religion, and inflating one's "heritage" isn't uncommon in burgerland.
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No. 32025
>>32015
I mean he actually is right in that American Exceptionalism often posits--along with Manifest Destiny--the idea that this country is the true Chosen of God and divinely mandated beacon of liberty and freedoms to the whole of the world etc etc, not to mention one of our other crackpot examples being the Mormons who quite literally believe exactly the same thing (that Indians are a lost tribe of Israel, that Jesus Christ came to America, that this is His Chosen land or whatever) but still.

>>32012
And as for you please see >>31102 and then compare to British Israelism. I don't know if you're the same person but practically guaranteed you're/he's drinking from the same slop trough as British Israelists to posit that kind of nonsense.
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>>32025
He sounds like a generic imageboard schizo, frankly.

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Can any GIS pros share what they think about this? I’m inclined to believe this is a spurious correlation produced by some confounder but I’m not sure.
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Not GIS, but have some experience with caving.

Here in MO, most large caverns which can be navigable by amateurs fall into two categories:
1. Commonly explored, making the chance of rediscovery quite high (be it the person or their remains).
2. All obvious entrances caged off, with limited/no caver access either because of private property, or more recently, to inhibit the spread of White-nose syndrome in bats.

So unless you and only you have knowledge of the cave, and you have no link to the missing person, it's actually a really shitty place to hide/dump someone. Everyone would suspect a cave, which is exactly why this tweet is so tantalizing. You'd have much better luck hiding someone in plain sight, like Ernstchan's favorite Austrian.

The cave map looks legitimate (see comparison), but the one on the top seems highly suspect without further information provided. I think what is especially important are the significance of the markers and the time period it covers. It appears to be an edit of the second attached map, which was compiled in something called "Missing 411":
https://www.canammissing.com/north-america-cluster-map.html

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>>31916
>The cave map looks legitimate (see comparison), but the one on the top seems highly suspect without further information provided. I think what is especially important are the significance of the markers and the time period it covers. It appears to be an edit of the second attached map, which was compiled in something called "Missing 411":
>https://www.canammissing.com/north-america-cluster-map.html
>If I had to guess, someone photoshopped the dots onto the map to make it seem more convincing. Without the dots, it looks much more tangential relative to cave distribution.

Hm good point. I think you're right: the map may have been doctored by the OP in the interest of producing an ebin viral tweet.

>However, I am more inclined to believe disappearance investigations having dead-ends in the Appalachians, the Ozarks, and other area which fall off-the-grid. The original Missing 411 map supports that.

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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. 31690 Kontra
>>31688
Yeah, you're in.
So, let's see if we find the time to play at some point.
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>>31688
>viel your Link
WtF I was doing there? That should have been "via your link". Self-Kontra
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>>31690
For sure we will, but I definitely need time to practice before, at least a few hours, to remember which key does what. It will be embarrassing enough anyway!
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>>31695
Don't worry, i take my low rank account and we can just shit around without any tryharding.

To change the topic:
A few month ago i was reading about senior CSGO teams but then forgot about it again, now i finally got back to it and can watch some of the games
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=umqmq0ogMGo

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What things, big or small, have you bought that have had a tangible and positive impact on your day to day life?

Me settis:

ereader - encouraged me to read more and payed for itself three times over in pirated books, also with a stand I can eat and read at the same time which is a very novel and comfy experience
headtorch - makes pretty much any kind of detail work with my hands easier
beaded seat cover - eliminated both the smell and the feeling of swamp ass from sitting in the same chair for too long
erasable pen - I remember these being a shitty gimmick 20 years ago but they've perfected the technology and it feels like you're writing in the future. A dogsend if you're into taking notes but you also have OCD tendencies.
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I build this aircleaningmachine and feel much better now
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>>31626
D = (kbT)/6*pi*eta*r_H

Because of r_H, not much happens with your nano particles :(. You could bubble through oil, so that eta would be way larger. That could help a little.

But it's still little known how harmful they are, so just let's cross fingers.
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>>31663
Wouldn't a HEPA filter be more useful?

>(HEPA) filters have close to 100 % collection efficiency in the nanoparticle size range.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3569546/

So just seal of your home and use a vacuum cleaner with HEPA filter instead an aquarium pump and a liquid.
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>>31664
Should be good enough.