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No. 41286
45 kB, 500 × 474
made this threada before >>28434

Search my HDD, I have something like 50,000 to 70,000 named files in my imageboards folders I've been filling up for over 15 years

Post a WORD or TWO WORDS and I'll post the first results
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No. 41297
School.
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No. 41305
penis
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No. 41306
1,0 MB, 1920 × 1080
228 kB, 570 × 346
38 kB, 500 × 375
377 kB, 951 × 164
Galactic
I too have an ungodly amount of files but they're all unnamed. You know one of these days I really should take Adderall or Ritalin or something and just sit down and do absolutely nothing but go through the gigabytes worth of pointless shit mostly from imageboards and organize it.
and then be very depressed

Let's see what I click on randomly scrolling. Hey this is...pretty consistent actually.
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No. 41307
158 kB, 810 × 1200
75 kB, 544 × 767
27 kB, 500 × 363
17 kB, 270 × 186
>>41297
>School
75 hits
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No. 41308
48 kB, 399 × 361
199 kB, 822 × 548
3,9 MB, 640 × 360, 0:44
470 kB, 640 × 800, 0:08
>>41297
>School
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No. 41309
112 kB, 799 × 776
251 kB, 320 × 240, 0:12
111 kB, 426 × 355
29 kB, 500 × 404
>>41305
>penis
36 hits
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No. 41310
313 kB, 360 × 640, 0:07
143 kB, 636 × 817
162 kB, 627 × 625
7 kB, 235 × 226
>>41305
>penis
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No. 41315
ylyl
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No. 41320 Kontra
>Post a WORD or TWO WORDS and I'll post the first results
trite
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No. 41329
dart
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No. 41333
426 kB, 960 × 540, 0:03
1,6 MB, 640 × 360, 0:44
407 kB, 665 × 685
3,0 MB, 640 × 364, 1:40
>>41315
>ylyl
just 4 hits
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No. 41334
902 kB, 288 × 360, 0:07
235 kB, 635 × 394
>>41320
>trite
nothing
>>41329
>dart
2 hits
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No. 41373
Jones
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No. 41380
78 kB, 590 × 885
1,1 MB, 1414 × 1412
89 kB, 912 × 388
865 kB, 494 × 360, 0:14
>>41373
>Jones
18 hits
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No. 41381
13,7 MB, 523 × 288, 4:10
1,8 MB, 640 × 360, 0:26
1,1 MB, 480 × 360, 0:27
2,8 MB, 750 × 720, 0:06
>>41373
>Jones
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No. 41382
img
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No. 41387
105 kB, 1200 × 1600
69 kB, 762 × 635
256 kB, 1200 × 1200
1,6 MB, 3968 × 2976
>>41382
>img
7,232 hits, about half of which are photos I've taken and the other half are shit from my phone that got ported over to the PC
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No. 41388
27 kB, 460 × 467
49 kB, 806 × 714
7,4 MB, 634 × 346, 0:06
40 kB, 750 × 472
>>41382
>img
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No. 41390
American
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No. 41391
>>41387
>Postman has 1300 illegitimate children
Holy shit
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No. 41392
3,9 MB, 460 × 258, 2:40
3,0 MB, 1280 × 720, 0:30
3,9 MB, 958 × 652, 0:19
39 kB, 818 × 704
>>41390
>American
571 hits
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No. 41393
3,5 MB, 640 × 480, 1:05
3,9 MB, 640 × 360, 1:14
55 kB, 480 × 473
1,2 MB, 720 × 720, 0:07
>>41390
>American
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No. 41394
1,4 MB, 720 × 760, 0:23
6,3 MB, 1280 × 720, 0:49
2,7 MB, 640 × 480, 1:16
8,7 MB, 640 × 360, 3:05
>>41390
>American
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No. 41399
2,9 MB, 291 × 300, 0:06
>>41394
Is the second one a CPUSA meeting? What a fucking disgrace.
Good Lord.
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No. 41405
>>41392
>571 hits
Can't say I'm surprised.

Do Russian or Russia. I wonder which of the two of us is the more memeworthy country.
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No. 41406
>>41399
The poster says democratic socialist of america.
But yea. Fucking disgrace.
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No. 41409
35 kB, 895 × 671
>>41406
Leftists don't really exist in America and basically havent since the early 1980s which was when a the unions got busted and a good chunk of the working class was absorbed into the GOP. SocDems are basically just a bunch of gibes heavy snowflakes at this point who don't actually want Socialism but just an expansion of the welfare state upon which most corporate controlled oligopolies aka Western "democracies" depend. I doubt any of these people are even legitimately opposed to Capitalism and as you can probably tell probably a solid third of that crowd is on some form of SSD (disability social security, which you can get for being useless enough or a bad enough nutcase).

Of course but then again all of American politics is cringeworthy as all fuck. See >>41392 human evolution. The whole country is a mix of entitled and soft, arrogant but stupid, a couple generations worth of weak men and shitty women. Hell even WWII we didnt suffer that much all things considered with low combat deaths and no damage whatsoever to the country and when I look at pandemic response I just keep thinking about my grandpa and how goddamn embarrassing it must be for his ghost to see all these people bitching about needing a haircut. People would be screeching in the streets if they were asked not to buy nylon bullshit because our troops needed the materials for parachutes. "They can buy their own damn parachutes!" says the 2020 American.

Yes I am that jaded by my dystopian shithole. People here need to toughen the fuck up and unfuck themselves of whatever their major mental defect happens to be, right and left, and they best start doing that soon. Among the only non-shitheads in the country seem to be like 40 year old exmil type guys, some variants of boomer ex hippies, some scientists and intellectuals. Not even the mob is worth a single shit these days. All the real gangsters are dead or in jail now and what's left are a bunch of slippery grubby fucks without even a pretense of honor.

I think that the whole country does need to be made great again but I think that the core problem is actually one of character and that cannot be fixed by a life of ease and luxury or more corporate bailouts or some ridiculous bullshit like giving everybody UBI so the oligarchs can finally privatize and loot our Social Security funds. I think that the only thing that can possibly save us at this point is a crisis so bad, a suffering so monumental, that it profoundly changes the internal character of a majority of Americans. I'm sorry but that's just the cold hard facts as I see them and we're never gonna get rid of all the cringiest most dystopian shit about this country like medical bills, trannies, political cringe, murderous cops, schools being prisons, ballooning national debt, workers treated like shit, pedo elites at the top including of both political parties and so on until that happens.
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No. 41410
4,0 MB, 198 × 360, 0:50
24,0 MB, 640 × 360, 4:12
9,1 MB, 1280 × 720, 0:34
662 kB, 640 × 360, 0:08
>>41405
>Russia
728 hits
>>41406
it took me like 5 replays to spot that
>>41409
>Of course but then again all of American politics is cringeworthy as all fuck
the thing about American politics is it is a complete circus which is completely disconnected from reality. Just go have a look at /pol/ sometime, it is 90% American politics and it's like they rehash what their political celebrities have to say over and over and that's it. If I go there it's like they're talking about celebrities and not actually thinking within reality.
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No. 41411
3,4 MB, 640 × 640, 0:36
5,2 MB, 1280 × 720, 0:20
1,3 MB, 768 × 432, 0:18
2,1 MB, 198 × 360, 0:44
>>41405
>Russia
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No. 41412
449 kB, 928 × 578, 0:05
6,4 MB, 640 × 352, 0:59
9,4 MB, 640 × 360, 1:48
3,7 MB, 1280 × 720, 0:21
>>41405
>Russia
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No. 41413
2,0 MB, 640 × 360, 0:29
7,5 MB, 640 × 360, 1:05
1,2 MB, 202 × 360, 0:28
2,2 MB, 852 × 478, 0:38
>>41405
>Russia
last one
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No. 41418
201 kB, 340 × 604
>>41393
>american quality
Funny you should say that and I see this trending in the news right after
https://www.nola.com/news/article_c2c9fb8c-8be6-11ea-a01c-03e9ac7cb93d.html
I mean to be fair those are old as shit and I mean Cuban Missile Crisis old and a lot of our other shit gets built by the Chinese and every single thing China has ever built since the Cultural Revolution has been trash.
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No. 41419
3,2 MB, 380 × 285, 0:12
>>41418
tbh I think that webm was a prank where someone just fucked a bolt onto the ride just before it took off and then picked it up as if it had fallen off it.

I'd never get on a Chinese carnival ride however.
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No. 41430
>>41411
>4th
Cameraman's comments after the dude shoots himself are so indifferent that they become funny.

[Monotonously]: "Looks like he's wounded. Yeah, he's dying [he uses a more rude word for "dying" normally applied to animals]. Are you dying? Are you wounded, bro? Hah, blyad, looks like he's wounded. Blya, looks like he's gonna die now. He's really dying. Blya, I'm stopping filming, sorry..."
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No. 41448
38 kB, 786 × 1137
>>41430
FFS I've seen some videos that people that speaks in Slav do that... "People don't you have anything better to do in summer??? You like high risk sports don't youuuu???"

unrel pic
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No. 41460
Bike or Bicycle.
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No. 41482
146 kB, 504 × 756
162 kB, 756 × 504
5,0 MB, 369 × 289, 0:06
1,0 MB, 480 × 270, 0:49
>>41460
>Bike
first two pics are from when I lived in an apartment complex, all the bikers would park their bikes next to each other so we could keep an eye. The red / white coloured cruiser was my bike for 9 years.
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No. 41483
3,0 MB, 1920 × 768, 0:06
6,5 MB, 1280 × 720, 0:28
3,8 MB, 222 × 400, 0:43
1,2 MB, 640 × 360, 0:11
>>41460
>Bike
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No. 41485
>>41482
That was a beautiful bike. Did you get another, or did you just have to let it go?

Travel.
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No. 41496
bosnia
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No. 41504
1,2 MB, 1504 × 2964
>>41485
I used it for about 6 years and did a lot of mileage on it, I drove through storms and rain and snow on that motherfucker it was a beast. It was laid up for about 3 years after that because I lost my job. I let a Slav who was not a fucking mechanic service the carburetor just before it was laid up and he fucked it up massively, it never ran right again until I gave it to a proper mechanic 3 years later who spent 6 weeks working on it only to realise it was a tiny little floating choke in the carb that had gone missing and he managed to get it running 100%

I sold it after that so I could buy an engagement ring for my wife

I originally bought it for 2,400 euro, put about 400 euro into it with the spotlights, saddlebags, back rest and carrier. Had it for 9 years, had to pay 400 euro to get it back roadworthy again and sold it for 1600 euro.

>>41496
>bosnia
just the 1 hit
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No. 41505
278 kB, 720 × 785
1,5 MB, 480 × 848, 0:15
99 kB, 1280 × 1154
582 kB, 640 × 360, 0:17
>>41485
>travel
10 hits
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No. 41506
nuclear

thanks
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No. 41508
3,8 MB, 1280 × 720, 0:20
47 kB, 500 × 623
228 kB, 1896 × 1080
295 kB, 1920 × 1200
>>41506
>nuclear
17 hits
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No. 41509
7,5 MB, 1280 × 720, 0:21
9,7 MB, 998 × 562, 0:39
97 kB, 707 × 312
9,8 MB, 896 × 504, 1:50
>>41506
>nuclear
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No. 41513
Skate
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No. 41515
1,5 MB, 854 × 480, 0:19
1,8 MB, 626 × 360, 0:17
1,8 MB, 320 × 320, 0:08
229 kB, 800 × 1864
>>41513
>Skate
5 hits
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No. 41546
>>41504
That story had a great ending, ernst.

Catch.
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No. 41571
3,8 MB, 520 × 280, 2:18
1,1 MB, 426 × 426, 0:15
>>41546
>Catch
just the 2 hits
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No. 41579
>>41571
/r/ IRA
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No. 41587
269 kB, 720 × 867
252 kB, 640 × 430
9 kB, 482 × 363
142 kB, 956 × 960
>>41579
>IRA
49 hits but a lot of them are IRAN or IRAQ related
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No. 41588
45 kB, 590 × 342
9,7 MB, 320 × 240, 5:36
17 kB, 300 × 415
69 kB, 450 × 425
>>41579
>IRA
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No. 41591
>>41587
Why did the loyalists murder so many civilians and why did the IRA neutralize so few of those mornachists?
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No. 41592
>>41591
Tbh, if you take out the Security Forces, they killed similar numbers as the Loyalists (welcome to civil wars, they are never pretty), but the IRA also had another group to shoot at, so their kill count gets jacked up.
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No. 41595
20 kB, 228 × 357
>>41591
The IRA were targeting the British army and any informers. The Loyalists didn't have any military force to attack so they went after informers, civilians who they thought were enemy combatants etc.

A few times Brit commandos or loyalist forces ventured down south into the Republic to take out targets or abduct people and they were often caught doing it. The Irish army ambushed some Paras a few miles south of the border at one point in the troubles (they didn't kill any of them though)
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No. 41607
>>41393
>American Cops (2)
Holy shit, is this real?
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No. 41608
>>41607
Do you even have to ask?
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No. 41609
>>41607
They're police. The main job requirement is being a power hungry psychopath. You know it to be real.
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No. 41612
>>41609
Yeah, but is all the paperwork afterwards worth it to shoot a bum with a machine gun?
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No. 41614
>>41612
If the people in this video would be able to accurately assess consequences from actions they wouldn't have shot in the first place. Humans aren't rational by default and questions of the type "Is it worth the consequences?" require more effort to answer than is available in the time it takes to act.

The "why did you do that?"-question is a constant, life long companion for everyone everywhere. It's impossible to answer, but we continue to try.
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No. 41615
>>41612
>>41614
From what I have heard about american police training, they are literally shown videos of mentally insane vietnam vets pulling out rifles and shooting officers to death, so the "consequences" they're thinking about in these situations is "do I want to be shot or fill out paperwork". I think they'll choose paperwork every time :-DD.

Freedoms ain't free, it's hard to sell them the "rationality" narrative when any random citizen could have a decent chance of being armed AND being mentally ill OR a drug addict in withdrawal. It's a perfect synergy of dysfunction, where lax gun laws wouldn't be so bad if the country didn't also have a centuries long, rich history of opiate addiction, and a gutted public mental health system, creating a situation that is more than the sum of its parts. You have to agree it's pretty fuggen ebin in a way.

There should be a card game about running a country where policies, events, cultural traits and economic conditions act as synergetic buffs and debuffs that create emerging gameplay and situations through interplay. Would be an interesting take on "running a country" games, as an alternative to the more traditional top down strategy/management stuff.
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No. 41617
>>41615
Sounds a bit like Illuminati. They even did a new edition fairly recently that incorporates 21st century insanity and not just 80s and 90s menes.
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No. 41620
701 kB, 1180 × 667
>>41615
>they are literally shown videos of mentally insane vietnam vets pulling out rifles and shooting officers to death
that was the Andrew Brannon case, he killed a cop called Kyle Dinkheller because he had PTSD and was basically sick of cops. I had the webm but it's corrupted now
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No. 41636
15 kB, 356 × 364
Origin unknown
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No. 41637
361 kB, 800 × 800
>>41636
google says it was Dresden bombing ↑
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No. 41661
hug
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No. 41663
22 kB, 500 × 333
24 kB, 418 × 442
53 kB, 377 × 671
62 kB, 700 × 921
>>41661
>84 hits but it's almost all huge titties
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No. 41808
Anime.
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No. 41819
459 kB, 1176 × 634
405 kB, 497 × 507
125 kB, 500 × 566
478 kB, 1080 × 1508
>>41808
>Anime
67 hits
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No. 41820
51 kB, 680 × 568
3,7 MB, 427 × 240, 1:15
81 kB, 680 × 680
164 kB, 750 × 801
>>41808
>Anime
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No. 42010
bump
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No. 42011
Robot.
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No. 42012
2,1 MB, 640 × 360, 0:27
620 kB, 1280 × 720, 0:06
3,5 MB, 736 × 414, 0:21
6,9 MB, 640 × 360, 1:13
>>42011
>Robot
45 hits
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No. 42013
4,4 MB, 640 × 360, 0:46
2,2 MB, 852 × 478, 0:38
1,8 MB, 320 × 180, 0:04
5,6 MB, 480 × 360, 1:38
>>42011
>Robot
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No. 42014
98 kB, 478 × 640
4,0 MB, 600 × 360, 0:52
47 kB, 1025 × 840
775 kB, 265 × 215, 0:02
>>42010
>bump
4 hits
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No. 42015
181 kB, 643 × 1075
>>42013
If you don't mind I play, too
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No. 42016
>>42012
You know it just occurred to me that the only real reason for them to be putting that much effort into a bipedal robot with human legs would be because they're planning to police us with those fucking things. If this was just military you wouldnt actually need the stupid thing to even resemble a human, but you probably would need as close to an exact replica as possible if you're planning to inflict them on the general public.
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No. 42017
>>42016
Eh. There's an argument for streamlining supply chains because you can just uparmour it by slapping human body armour on it you need to, and it fits in all the same vehicles as an infantryman and so on. There are definitely military applications (ignoring the stupidity of bipedal robots).
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No. 42018 Kontra
>>42016
Oh and the first one (PETMAN) is a testing device for CBRN equipment, not so much something intended to move into the field. It moves like a person so that they can make sure it works for a person, and they use a robot because you can set it to march and leave it on overnight to do stress testing.
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No. 42019
>>41286
AUTISM
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No. 42020
>>42016
Here's some insight from my scientific background (as someone working in robotics): The most efficient way to traverse unknown terrain is with 4-8 legs, but before you can even hope to get that right you need to have really good gyro-stance balancing. Solving that varies in difficulty based on the number of legs and the sweet spot seems to be somewhere between 2 and 3 legs. With 2 legs you are severaly limited when it comes to balancing (humans count as having 4), but even 3 legs make the calculations rediculously hard. These videos seem impressive to some, but they are not even half as good as a toddler when it comes to traversing terrain. A toddler may not be able to walk upright, but on all fours they still manage to get out of their crib, open doors, free themselves from a blanket etc. The goal is to do these things in any way possible, not necessarily on 2 legs. Being able to walk upright is nice for marketing, which is all these videos are, but until that robot can climb a cliff with overhang it's hopelessly lost compared to all bipedal animals when it comes to traversing terrain.

In the end I would guess the human stance is a mixture of marketing and scientific stepping stone. The idea is to have a robot that can manouvre as well as a spider.

The question that always comes up at this point is: Why not fly.
Simply because it's super inefficient to transport any weight without legs. The barrery on any drone you can buy would last more than 10x as long if it wasn't flying by rolling or walking. And these drones have no heavy components, even the lenses of their cameras are mostly plastic because glass is too heavy. Most of their weight is reserved for the energy source. Forget about mounting something like a gun (range, force and precision increase weight substantially with guns). Rescuing a person (the typical PR scenario for robots) is pretty much impossible with a drone because it would have to be several times as large as the person to lift the weight, it won't even fit through doors. So yeah, that's why there is research into walking upright and balancing weight.
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No. 42040
1,4 MB, 400 × 225, 1:02
1,6 MB, 387 × 217, 0:09
82 kB, 1125 × 1352
760 kB, 1606 × 1068
>>42019
>AUTISM
53 hits
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No. 42041
168 kB, 800 × 641
2,0 MB, 1920 × 5905
3,9 MB, 520 × 360, 0:30
137 kB, 1199 × 503
>>42019
>AUTISM
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No. 42045
>>42041
>zomboid...
what an exaggeration

CATACLYSM please
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No. 42047
Hey Ireland do you have that photo of the insane mural on a building that shows different ethnicities migrating out of Ukraine
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No. 42048
98 kB, 575 × 960
65 kB, 960 × 780
399 kB, 631 × 632
472 kB, 1019 × 599
>>42045
It would have taken phenomenal time and effort to build that place in project zomboid, not to mention levelling up your character's carpentry, electrician skills and moving all those appliances by car.
>CATACLYSM
no results because I don't play ASCII games, I'm sure it's good if you get into it but it's 2020 grandpa get some graphics in your life
>>42047
I can't find it, I looked up
>ukrainian
>ukraine
>propaganda
>mural
>painting
>wuz
and couldn't find that image, so have some wuz
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No. 42049
>>42048
dunno, for me tiles (which exist for Cataclysm) are a turnoff. It's a more abstract experience to play with ASCII (BTW the game is difficult as fuck)
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No. 42050
>>42040
Thanks, can you also do ASSBURGER pls?
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No. 42053
43 kB, 640 × 480
>>42048
In any case the tiles should be different. They are not attractive to me, they look infantile
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No. 42061
5,4 MB, 853 × 480, 0:59
4,7 MB, 480 × 360, 0:46
145 kB, 1131 × 628
94 kB, 1866 × 669
>>42050
>ASSBURGER
21 hits
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No. 42065
41 kB, 885 × 743
>>42061
That feel when you can follow that entire conversation in in the first webm.

Translation:
>I got to massively extend
The guy wants to break out of the engagement area to give himself some space to work, distance is also useful for defeating SAMs which is what they're doing here.

>Rifle
Radio call for firing an AGM-65. This is relevant because the A-10C has a Missile Launch Warning System that will trip when it detects any launch, so calling Rifle alerts friendlies that the MLWS signal in that case is responding to a friendly launch and they don't need to go defensive.

>I don't know if it's an SA-8 or maybe an SA-15
The guy is identifying the target as one of two different kinds of Surface to Air missile launcher.

>Can you get a TGP on him?
Second voice is asking first to use his targeting pod to locate and visually track the target.

>SPI's on, Broadcasting
SPI is Sensor Point of Interest, and is a designated point that your systems are currently storing information on, you can slave sensors to SPI instead of having to manually find a spot every time you make a pass. So he's saying that he has got the target set as his SPI, and is broadcasting that over the datalink. This means that in the rest of the flight, his SPI is showing up on their TAD (Tactical Awareness Display, moving map with extra features) and they can slave their sensors to his SPI.

>Mark is set.
Could mean two things, but looking at the TGP display narrows it down. What he's saying is that he's set a markpoint. Basically a waypoint of sorts which makes it easier to put the SPI back there later if you move it somewhere else in the meantime. It's essentially permission to fully disengage because the target information has been stored away for a second pass.

The rest is fairly easy to follow. Missile launch, going defensive which is just brevity for focusing entirely on evasion, dumping countermeasures. "Lead status" is just the wingman checking in on how the flight leader (who went defensive) is going.
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No. 42070
90 kB, 1579 × 1044
62 kB, 473 × 500
>>42065
O_O

what is this game

This seems the real deal. If you tell me it's an official military simulator I'll believe it for sure

>ASSBURGER
some results
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No. 42072
>>42070
That's DCS: A-10C which is was indeed developed as a training aid for the US Air National Guard. It was slightly gimped for the commercial version but it's as close as you can get without joining an A-10 squadron irl.

They've got a second version coming out in the forseeable future that's going to update it with some more in-depth simulation where it is currently missing as well as a timeframe upgrade, hopefully selectable, from iirc 2007 to 2012 or some shit.

The Mirage 2000C that is on the same platform is currently in service with the AdA though.
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No. 42188
Date.
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No. 42189
100 kB, 500 × 391
89 kB, 611 × 480
35 kB, 640 × 479
37 kB, 1219 × 178
>>42188
>Date
18 hits
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No. 42190
93 kB, 600 × 612
104 kB, 683 × 893
7,2 MB, 1280 × 720, 0:28
2,9 MB, 640 × 360, 1:03
>>42188
>Date
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No. 42198
>>42190
That still makes me laugh thinking about that guy who tried to tell a Latvia joke and punched a girl in the face.
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No. 42374
Food.
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No. 42375
125 kB, 1024 × 667
97 kB, 640 × 640
19 kB, 262 × 288
304 kB, 500 × 596
>Food
24 hits
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No. 42376
90 kB, 646 × 643
36 kB, 830 × 560
224 kB, 1080 × 1100
109 kB, 500 × 582
>>42374
>Food
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No. 42377
3,0 MB, 1120 × 720, 0:25
2,9 MB, 852 × 480, 0:35
12,4 MB, 640 × 360, 1:59
84 kB, 689 × 736
>>42374
>Food
more food cos they're good
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No. 42378
>>42376
Ethiopian food is legit ebin though.
t. ate it once
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No. 42379
>>42378
I know, it's a bit funny and very sad at the same time that their food is quite delicious.
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No. 42530
War.
Peace.
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No. 42543
101 kB, 630 × 790
77 kB, 620 × 821
200 kB, 411 × 529
1,0 MB, 639 × 908
>>42530
>War
257 hits but a chunk of that is warhammer or warband
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No. 42544
3,0 MB, 1920 × 1080
3,9 MB, 640 × 480, 0:48
4,0 MB, 960 × 540, 0:36
1,2 MB, 854 × 480, 0:26
>>42530
>War
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No. 42545
165 kB, 640 × 800
3,9 MB, 534 × 300, 1:38
115 kB, 1024 × 728
93 kB, 960 × 892
>>42530
>Peace
44 hits
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No. 42546
6,7 MB, 1920 × 1080, 0:26
104 kB, 958 × 476
16 kB, 408 × 485
1,9 MB, 1280 × 720, 0:16
>>42530
>Peace
Yeah it's mostly about Islam and Muslims tbh
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No. 42663
73 kB, 361 × 600
>>42545
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pippa_Bacca

pfffff

RIP

"We weren't particularly worried because she had been hitchhiking for a lot of time, and thus was capable of avoiding risky situations... "
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No. 42737
75 kB, 657 × 785
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No. 42793
>>42737
That gives me an idea; let's search for more from the Sunshine State:

Florida.
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No. 42795
57 kB, 572 × 703
127 kB, 597 × 874
673 kB, 853 × 477
116 kB, 741 × 1024
>>42793
>Florida
10 hits
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No. 42796
14,9 MB, 1280 × 720, 2:40
44 kB, 597 × 815
6,4 MB, 480 × 848, 0:51
524 kB, 643 × 667
>>42793
>Florida
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No. 43038
kiribati
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No. 43045
Ball.
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No. 43052
136 kB, 650 × 432
75 kB, 500 × 322
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No. 43065
386 kB, 574 × 432
>>42796
>>43052
I watched some of that trial, and the shooter, Michael Drejka, seemed like a real lunatic. I remember the defense hammering home how he would regularly monitor that handicap parking spot to ensure it wasn't used by anyone who wasn't disabled. Of all the things to start a fight over, I can't believe he chose that. Tbh, I think he just liked to fight, and the parking space was just an excuse he used to justify it.
t.armchair psychologist
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No. 43067
1,7 MB, 720 × 720, 0:24
1,9 MB, 640 × 360, 0:19
205 kB, 500 × 564
168 kB, 640 × 640
>>43038
>kiribati
nothing
>>43045
>Ball
52 hits
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No. 43069
67 kB, 450 × 800
1,6 MB, 320 × 180, 0:06
24 kB, 500 × 412
234 kB, 1600 × 948
>>43045
>Ball
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No. 43070
>>43067
Honestly this just reminds me that we should he way more butthurt at the fucking Turks for their generations of sexual enslavement of our women in their harems.
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No. 43071
435 kB, 668 × 1024
55 kB, 394 × 510
8 kB, 200 × 100
255 kB, 600 × 800
>>43065
Yes, in the wiki entry there are like five previous incidents when he draws the gun for quite harmless reasons. I understand the "Stand your Ground" concept but I understand too the judge sending him to prison for 20 years because man, you are not Standing your ground, you are asking for trouble, and you are a total menace to the society!

>>43067
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No. 43074 Kontra
89 kB, 668 × 681
>>43070
Ernst, please. Nobody needs to be butthurt at Turks for their actions centuries ago.
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No. 43127
Trap
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No. 43133
1,0 MB, 1600 × 2382
10 kB, 464 × 532
1,9 MB, 720 × 898, 0:11
178 kB, 1280 × 769
>>43127
>Trap
119 hits
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No. 43134
2,5 MB, 1280 × 720, 0:11
1,3 MB, 1428 × 2252
726 kB, 399 × 399, 0:01
208 kB, 1024 × 681
>>43127
>Trap
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No. 43135
219 kB, 1696 × 1336
299 kB, 750 × 600
347 kB, 800 × 599
319 kB, 525 × 1560
>>43127
>Trap
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No. 43151 Kontra
1,5 MB, 1120 × 1448
498 kB, 600 × 756
332 kB, 570 × 388
192 kB, 1024 × 768
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No. 43177
more of these please. made me laugh the most.

autism
assburger
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No. 43180
4,0 MB, 1024 × 576, 0:30
49 kB, 736 × 601
2,8 MB, 516 × 436, 0:44
148 kB, 732 × 691
>>43177
>autism
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No. 43181
1,2 MB, 3010 × 1544
405 kB, 1280 × 960
56 kB, 1280 × 720
56 kB, 640 × 480
>>43177
>autism
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No. 43182
388 kB, 1024 × 677
229 kB, 452 × 332
1,1 MB, 910 × 1183
145 kB, 1131 × 628
>>43177
>assburger
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No. 43183
8,8 MB, 480 × 360, 1:59
34 kB, 403 × 394
23 kB, 480 × 456
92 kB, 1584 × 864
>>43177
Here's a few others of the same theme, using 'autis' as the search
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No. 43184
2,1 MB, 960 × 540, 0:09
9,6 MB, 720 × 406, 4:51
1,7 MB, 540 × 360, 0:38
897 kB, 480 × 360, 0:32
>>43177
>autis
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No. 43187
107 kB, 768 × 490
119 kB, 1290 × 850
279 kB, 1024 × 768
129 kB, 634 × 946
>>43184
I genuinely do not know what is so autistic about that video or why it's supposed to be wrong or abnormal to find great satisfaction in watching that. I'm not even a terribly orderly person IRL it's just gratifying to watch processes. I mean, it isn't even like watching the analysis of systems or talking about the architecture of systems it's just a sort of mildly soothing video with a few really annoying clips like that guy washing the sidewalk.
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No. 43198
973 kB, 200 × 224, 0:05
>>43151
>universaltrap.jpg

THIS, SO MUCH THIS!
It is INDEED a trap!

Holy shit I'm so excited because I so longed to find a way to explain why Varg and his wife are wrong even though what they say is right in a way.

You see:

If you adhere to that Tree image, you also adhere to the circle of life, that donut thingie. But it indeed is a trap.

The thing is, Yggdrasil must and will be cut off. (And in fact, has been). What happens then? The reference point of that circular motion is cut off. Because, as we all know, in fact is it not circular. It may look circulart, and life sure has circular aspects, but they only look like that because they're bound to physical existence. But then again, the same physical existence is that which makes the idea of circular motion a TRAP.

Because, if you cut Yggdrasil, if you take the eternal circle and unravel it, you confirm what we all know that time has a beginning and an end. This motion is contained by itself, but not in form of a circle, but rather to be imagined like an "eternal" chemical reaction, always driving itself on and through against the force of nothingness.

Because one day your participation in the circle WILL end, and no matter how much you told yourself that your atoms will be reused and your memory lives on, you will face the ultimate destiny of what you call yourself. And then you WILL realize that it has all already been resolved.

And that's why it's so, so soothing to accept the fact that the circle has already been undone, that you can just accept The Universal Truth and find peace in it that spans beyond the incessant murmuring of The Circle.

Man, thank you so much for that supposed shitpost of a trap.
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No. 43209
Turk
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No. 43211
1,1 MB, 236 × 420, 0:10
270 kB, 491 × 550
4,2 MB, 850 × 480, 0:53
1,8 MB, 400 × 220, 0:54
>>43209
>Turk
80 hits
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No. 43212
2,3 MB, 1280 × 720, 0:20
8 kB, 194 × 259
1,5 MB, 1280 × 720, 0:19
39 kB, 600 × 500
>>43209
>Turk
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No. 43213
86 kB, 836 × 836
2,3 MB, 854 × 466, 0:10
110 kB, 500 × 623
184 kB, 1265 × 715
>>43209
>Turk
>>
No. 43236
tupac
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No. 43237
5,1 MB, 640 × 360, 1:41
479 kB, 1247 × 832
48 kB, 406 × 600
5,2 MB, 320 × 240, 1:52
t. not OP
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No. 43246
289 kB, 499 × 373, 0:02
>>43236
Only the 1 thing
>>43237
ebin
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No. 43248
16 kB, 291 × 173
292 kB, 1600 × 2380
>>43198
> the fact that the circle has already been undone

How, when, why, by whom? Life is a self-replicating information field and now more and more units exits the matrix? Who/what is trapped? Please elaborate.

IMO it's spirals not circles. There has never been a true circle/closed system.
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No. 43272
110 kB, 500 × 500
>>43248
Yeah of course it does not circle. However there are people who believes it circles, because of their lack of orientation (hence ouroboros). There is a circular motion though, spiraling describes it pretty well, but if you have enough of the life force (which is the driving thing behind it all to begin with) - or rather, connection with it - then you will notice it all being straightened out.

This also leads to a shift in perspective. Because if you think it circles, then you are aware of the abyss outside of the circle. You then want the circle to continue circling out of fear of the abyss. But in fact, the abyss is opposed to the movement, and if you rely solely on the circle, you will still at one point cease to move and fall straight to the abyss.

If you are straightened, if you know what the lifeforce is and does, then the abyss isn't a problem any more, because then you are aware of the beginning and the end falling into one, which, projected onto time, is the source of the movement in the first place.

That being extrapolatet means that if you acknowledge the root as well as the goal of the movement and let your life be driven by it, you rip through/over the abyss like a hot knife through butter and, bonus points, by that show other people what the movement actually is (it terrifies most people who don't know), and maybe you even resove some poor dead people's problems who, out of personal weakness, haven't quite made the jump over the abyss and left their baggage as hindrance for the life force for the living to solve.

The cool thing is, the more you straighten up and allow the life force to flow, the more will your consciousness get used to that happenening and you will learn how to act accordingly out of own volition (although it's always, always more convenient and powerful to just let life do its thing through you, but mostly, your ego tries to wedge itself inbetween.)

Refer to Salvia, terrifying people but providing reverse tolerance for you to learn and see.

>By whom?

I'm sorry, you must find this out for yourself. But the path to do that is find out why the life force was twisted in the first place. You see, for most living things and also time itself, everything is perfectly linear and straightforward. It's only humanities mental capacities that allows us to resist the stream, and those disturbances create twirls. But we don't have to bear all that. Everyone is born with the tendency to create twirls and ripples, but once you understand what that means, you can see why submitting to The Way of life frees you.
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No. 43296
>>43181
>cnc autism
This made in editor actually. You can't control dropships in base game.
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No. 43298
>>43212
What game is the first webm?

>>43296
You know what I really don't think that this is indicative of autism. I am not even sure if I could call it indicative of an organized personality because you can still live in a messy room that you've ignored and made it. I think that it just appeals to a certain aesthetic. I don't think that finding immense pleasure or satisfaction in either look at or making that is indicative of having autism or any mild form of assburgers. I think it's just having common sense and a sense of aesthetic decency.
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No. 43299
>>43298
Superpower 2. It's shit.
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No. 43325
>>43182
>1 pic
Wow, somebody managed to create the edit.
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No. 43349
>>43187
It's like a perfect world
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No. 43373 Kontra
63 kB, 460 × 580
>>43272
>Salvia
I KNEW it, lol. You sound like Terence MC or Kess Zerogravity. Very interesting mind wank but of little use in daily life where life force is manifesting. How is abandoning your kids, living in caves while doing drugs (like Kess does) "allowing the flow of life"? That is escapism, not wanting to face reality.

I am still waiting for some psychonaut, remote viewer or medium bringing sth useful back. Some octionion equations to unify the quantum world with gravity or concrete plans for a free energy device. Instead we get information like how many alien races threre are or that machine elves really exist. Nah, buying it less and less with each new hope porn chapter.

>I'm sorry, you must find this out for yourself.
Heard that many times before and it is the standard answer if you ask challenging questions. "It's not the system that is flawed, it's you, you are not ready." Sorry for ranting, it's my frustration showing.

nobump cause me not want hijack thread
t. Ernst who believes the world would be a better place if it was mandatory for politians to have a holistic exp either through psychedelics or a month in low earth orbit.
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No. 43375 Kontra
>>43373
I have a theory that todays journalism could be saved from devouring itself simply by replacing cocaine with DMT for all people involved in the news industry (which is destinct from journalism, yes, but it has a strong gravitational pull on the economy of journalists and also 95% of the industry-shared cocaine)
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No. 43439
Of course OP now has to look for

drug
meth
>>
No. 43441
>>43375
I really honestly do not believe the hype. Well I havent tried DMT anyway. Where do I even get something like that?

As to drugs I think it is incredibly foolish to believe enlightenment can be achieved in a pill. There's some right assholes out there who have done all of these things and moreover a dumb shit looking to get high is probably going to get exactly that--being high and watching the walls melt.

Personally I have finally gotten past that whole "KEC tires should never do psychedelics" thing and I should add that I also don't smoke weed and I fucking hate weed for precisely that kind of reasoning. Now I'll grant you that I was drunk pretty much all the time back then which likely had an impact, and I only took like one or two hits, but still, it just wasnt anything too noteworthy.

I think that the best summarization of LSD is that likely apocryphal story about the guys thinking it must be even more mindblowing for a Buddhist monk to take it and so they gave him some and when he did he was all just like "huh that's kind of interesting." Like I saw my wallpaper pattern swirling around like clouds and I hated the lighting in my bathroom but it really didn't make me any less of a selfish dick and didn't show me anything whatsoever that I didn't already know or think about. All in all it was quite lame tbh and I didn't really appreciate that speedy effect.

Mushrooms I would recommend though. That was probably the first time I truly deeply internalized how bad drinking was but it really only made me quit for about a week before returning to my same shitty self. It did show me how everything was glowing and made of different wavelengths of vibrating energy and how there's a spiritual underlay to everything but none of that was really news to me.

I somehow doubt that smoking DMT is going to show me a whole lot different and I think that at best it's going to convince certain people that the only way to not be shitty and to be introspective spiritual people is thinking they need to rely on a chemical crutch. These kinds of things however may have people forcibly unlocking themselves if they were already twats but they're likely to still be twats.

So far as I've seen the only real way any chemical is useful or worthwhile is because of pattern breaking. it is actually useful for that and I suspect is the principle reason behind why it can help some people with depression, because if you have ever actually been depressed you'll know very well that kind of depressive thought loops and yeah I do believe that psychedelics can be powerfully effective for breaking that however you can achieve that pattern break through just about any drug. Well, maybe not stimulants and alcohol. Those drugs probably only deepen a thought loop and get you hung up on it.

Sorry but I just don't believe in that better living through chemistry sentiment but then again I'm not really a huge druggie. In fact I'd go so far as to say the real problem with drugs is specifically because they're so damn effective at creating those thought loops in the first place.

As to journalism why journalism? Some of you guys keep shitting all over journalists but really they're doing a huge public service and the sole reason why any of it is shit is because of the fact they answer to editors who in turn answer to the corporation that in turn answers to the entire neoliberal aka Capitalist establishment. I really don't even get where this "the liberal media" shtick comes from btw because they clearly answer to a right wing agenda too it's just not the part you care about, and it does not answer to the part you care about because we live in a Capitalist society which will forever be favoring things like undermining home labor with a bunch of immigrants and outsourcing. I distinctly remember these so called "leftist" corporate establishments like CNN and NBC pushing the Iraq war hard, and then you have other outlets like Fox which are literally known for outright lies and is really more like the Capitalist equivalent of State propaganda. Outlets like CNN just use more finesse because frankly their target audience is not the dumb bydlo who watch Fox but instead the educated professionals who are responsible for the higher level cogs in the machine to keep grinding, and if you really want to know who the best cyberpunk State media is that would be The Economist and the Wallstreet Journal and Forbes, who are decidedly not liberal.

I think that if anything you should be asking a bunch of CEOs, PRopaganda and marketing shills, and politicians to smoke DMT if you thought it would accomplish anything. I'd lastly like to point out that a lot of the people who get bitched about aren't even journalists as noted ITT but annoying twats who shill for the system like Bill O'Reilly, Rachel Madow, that dweeb looking guy with the black rim glasses on NBC, Carl Tucker etc. Those are the television equivalent of editorials aka op eds. It wouldnt surprise me if a ton of people are so imbecilic they literally cannot tell the difference between those people and journalists.
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No. 43449
>>43441
Every person I've ever known who uses DMT is a lunatic. At times, I wonder if it should be classified as a controlled substance. I have heard (although have not confirmed) cases of people having their latent mental conditions, namely schizophrenia, triggered by prolonged use of these drugs. I'm no expert, but if there is substance to such claims, then it would explain the erratic behavior of the users I know.

On another note...

>they clearly answer to a right wing agenda too it's just not the part you care about, and it does not answer to the part you care about because we live in a Capitalist society which will forever be favoring things like undermining home labor with a bunch of immigrants and outsourcing.

Only if you define left/right strictly in terms of economics which is far too narrow a paradigm to accurately encapsulate a person's beliefs, especially if you ignore the vast range of peripheral cultural/social issues. If I recall, both of us have gone over this once before.

"Liberal media" works because people like commentators, anchormen and presenters like Rachel Maddow, Anderson Cooper, Don Lemon, Erin Burnett, et cetera, are all clearly social liberals even if they don't vote. Let's leave out Fox News for the sake of argument. All of them ultimately support the status quo which is liberal democracy and typically take up positions that would find great favor among your average Democrat. It's why you find the media bringing in anti-white huckster Tim Wise as an expert on race relations rather than, say, Slavoj Žižek. Radicals like the latter focus greatly on class struggle and anti-capitalism, so the Democrats can't exactly incorporate that into a party platform without greatly defanging the revolutionary elements.

I would argue the non-Fox Media was less pro-war and more pro-liberal democracy, perhaps naively believing they could turn Iraq from a dictatorship to a liberal democracy. Those outlets were also ran very unflattering stories about Bush (not that he helped his own case).

The retards on Fox during that era simply wanted to kill Muslims for Greater Israel, and the "debates" (ie: struggle sessions) hosted by Sean Hannity were painful to watch whenever he'd bring on a Muslim guest that wasn't a house nigger. Then again, neocons gonna neocon.

>Bill O'Reilly

Thank God he's out of a job. All he has now are those dumb ghostwritten books nobody will read.
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No. 43452
>>43449
>I have heard (although have not confirmed) cases of people having their latent mental conditions, namely schizophrenia, triggered by prolonged use of these drugs
Just butting in here to say that to be fair prolonged use of virtually any drug is known to trigger or exacerbate really bad mental conditions. Because, you know, they're drugs. I'm pretty sure it's well established that the mentally ill should not be doing heavy amounts of drugs regardless including alcohol.
>>
No. 43454
41 kB, 460 × 563
154 kB, 720 × 1280
2,2 MB, 1360 × 1340
4,4 MB, 514 × 640, 0:32
>>43439
>drug
11 hits

>>43441
>As to drugs I think it is incredibly foolish to believe enlightenment can be achieved in a pill. There's some right assholes out there who have done all of these things and moreover a dumb shit looking to get high is probably going to get exactly that--being high and watching the walls melt.
that's basically what /x/ has devolved into
>dude I did a load of drugs and say some crazy shit, it's ghosts and spirits mayne and then god spoke to me mayne
>>
No. 43455
264 kB, 978 × 604
28 kB, 661 × 344
167 kB, 940 × 627
1,8 MB, 368 × 640, 0:20
>>43439
>meth
12 hits
>>
No. 43456
*.pem
*.key
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No. 43457
37 kB, 500 × 587
111 kB, 1080 × 809
>>43456
>pem
just tits
>>
No. 43458
947 kB, 964 × 1015
370 kB, 722 × 521
83 kB, 720 × 960
454 kB, 1473 × 984
>>43456
>key
13 hits but *key has a lot more, mostly monkey
>>
No. 43464
Butt*
>>
No. 43466
141 kB, 640 × 640
133 kB, 508 × 328
3 kB, 332 × 134
2,9 MB, 360 × 360, 0:06
>>43464
>Butt
242 hits but a lot of that is filth
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No. 43467
36 kB, 540 × 960
153 kB, 565 × 753
47 kB, 433 × 577
289 kB, 693 × 492
>>43464
>Butt
>>
No. 43468
86 kB, 827 × 336
296 kB, 2000 × 1333
122 kB, 1024 × 768
56 kB, 331 × 402
>>43464
>Butt
>>
No. 43480
12 kB, 679 × 427
>>43468
>butterface (2).jpg

would
>>
No. 43538
Fart*
>>
No. 43541
1,4 MB, 718 × 1280, 0:08
3,7 MB, 1280 × 720, 0:32
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No. 43546
99 kB, 442 × 482
60 kB, 711 × 711
4,0 MB, 720 × 1280, 0:06
471 kB, 460 × 260, 0:26
>>43538
>Fart
17 hits
>>
No. 43547
224 kB, 871 × 577
55 kB, 565 × 536
3,7 MB, 896 × 500, 0:32
101 kB, 496 × 700
>>43538
>Fart
>>
No. 43562
>>43541
>fart on cat

While this is terrible for the poor cat, this was the hardest I have laughed in quite some time, thank you. (Fart announcement was also great.)

Do you have some for "YLYL"?
>>
No. 43564
>>43562
I think that was staged.
>>
No. 43570
426 kB, 960 × 540, 0:03
1,6 MB, 640 × 360, 0:44
407 kB, 665 × 685
3,0 MB, 640 × 364, 1:40
>>43562
>YLYL
just 4
>>
No. 43571
>Sining

or, if none are found

>sing
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No. 43584
2,3 MB, 480 × 360, 0:47
1,2 MB, 700 × 394, 0:21
6,6 MB, 1280 × 720, 0:56
9,3 MB, 640 × 360, 1:47
>>43571
>sing
59 hits but a lot are for the word ''single''
>>
No. 43585
1,5 MB, 320 × 240, 0:40
4,0 MB, 480 × 270, 2:11
8,1 MB, 424 × 240, 1:21
2,0 MB, 480 × 360, 0:37
>>43571
>sing
>>
No. 43608
>>43584
Thanks, I only had the singing jews and was hoping for more of the same. The monks were exactly that.
>>
No. 43620
9,7 MB, 320 × 240, 2:50
9,3 MB, 406 × 720, 0:53
8,7 MB, 1280 × 720, 1:31
9,8 MB, 320 × 240, 5:07
>>43608
Here's a few more
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No. 43636
>>43620
Hey, thanks!
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No. 43680
Hey, Ireland. I think that you should have a pic with two Russian dudes washing themselves with water from some pipe in the night, while there are high-tech skyscrapers in the background. I could swear that I had that pic myself, but now I can't seem to find it. If you have it, could you deliver it?

Also, let's search for

>night
>>
No. 43681
1,3 MB, 1535 × 2048
220 kB, 1202 × 802
1,7 MB, 1320 × 1899
2,5 MB, 1500 × 838
>>43680
Here you go
With bonuses :---DDDDD
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No. 43683
1,7 MB, 640 × 640, 0:15
139 kB, 1023 × 662
92 kB, 1200 × 818
105 kB, 1024 × 1024
>>43680
couldn't find it, but I have it now thanks Russia
>night
72 hits
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No. 43684
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2,7 MB, 1280 × 720, 0:33
>>43680
>night
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No. 43686
>>43681
Noice, thanks.

Pic 3 also reminded me of the incident I've been a witness to. So, there were heavy rains, and there were really deep puddles everywhere. I ride in the bus, and we approach the next stop. There are two visibly drunk guys (like, really visibly drunk, that is, barely standing straight) at the stop smoking cigarettes. As the bus' doors open, one of the guys attempts to enter it. He fails miserably, and falls on his knees into the sea-like puddle near the bus' doors. But that doesn't stop him and he goes on with his endeavor. A conductor-controller (dunno how they're called in the Western languages, and if the Westerners have them at all; it's the person that checks whether you paid for your trip) notices that, and screams with her shrilly voice, "you can't smoke in here!" (the guy still had a cig in his teeth, and that was deemed by the vigilant public employee as more important thing than the guy being piss-drunk and in mud up to his knees). The guy hears that, he does the gesture with his hand, like, "calm your tits, woman, everything's under control", then he takes a really deep whiff (puff? whatever) of the cigarette, throws it away in the classiest way possible (I swear, even James Bond couldn't do that classier) and, since he was still standing on his knees in the puddle, crawls on all fours into the bus. That scene left me in awe and admiration for our people: it proved to me that nothing, not the complete and utter drunkenness, not the shitty weather, not the angry conductor-controllers will stop us from reaching our destination.
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No. 43714
My word is:

1496
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No. 43721
>>43184
I still feel like the low quality of that video was the greatest part of the troll. Anyways what are VR goggles exactly? Do they even do anything or is it basically just strapping an NSAphone screen to your face? Because I saw one for something like forty bucks in Walmart the other day and figured that's what it is. Aren't those things supposed to be like hundreds of dollars for a nice set? What's the difference? Won't it fuck up your eyes and give you headaches?
T. Knows nothing about VR goggles
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No. 43722
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>>43686
it's that famous Slav endurance
>>43714
>1496
287 hits
>>43721
Try them out first, there's places where you can play VR Games for like 2 hours for 40 bucks, at least here anyway. VR is actually very good but it's not something I'd buy for home right now
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No. 43723
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>>43714
>1496
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No. 43731
>>43722
Well what is the difference between headsets?
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No. 43734
>>43731
Mostly resolution, motion tracking and comfort.
If you want to play games with complex controls you have to grab deep in your pocket and need some free space in your home, if you just want to watch VR porn you can take some cheap 100$ shit.
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No. 43742
27 kB, 487 × 436
potato

I accept variations on this one
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No. 43745
>>43723
Let's see 2013 pics

requesting 1370
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No. 43746
internetz
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No. 43749
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>>43742
>potato
12 hits
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No. 43750
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>>43745
>1370
266 hits but it's mostly filth

>>43746
>internetz
nothing
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>>43745
>1370
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No. 43752
alright then try anonymous
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No. 43753
20 kB, 640 × 433
how about 1410
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No. 43761
59 kB, 407 × 405
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>>43751
>Foul bachelor frog

I never thought I'd say this but I'm starting to miss the 00s.
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No. 43766
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>>43752
>anonymous
2 hits
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No. 43767
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>>43753
>1413
314 hits
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No. 43768
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>>43753
>1410
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No. 43769
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>>43761
I've got a big folder with all those old memes in it
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No. 43770
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>>43761
few more
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No. 43772
cuddling
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No. 43775
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>>43772
>cuddling
nothing, but there was 4 cuddle
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No. 43833
>>43770
I miss FBF. The liberal college student hypocrite is due for a rehash, surely.
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No. 44074
hook
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No. 44077
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>>44074
>hook
47 hits, all hooker related
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No. 44079
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>>44077
>all hooker related

take this to get rid of your shame
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No. 44083
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No. 44143
1337
1 cup
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No. 44145
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>>44143
>1337
185 hits, most of which are pregnant women for some reason, and a photo of the Imperial War Museum in London which I took
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No. 44160 Kontra
3,1 MB, 5184 × 3456
>>44145
Holy shit anon, I already wanted to accuse you of stealing my picture and presenting it as your own, but ffs, they are almost identical in framing and lighting.

I made this in 2017 and did an IWO on KC.
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No. 44175
>>44160
>>44145
You two should really come to the states and ser the National Aerospace Museum at some point. Also the Spy Museum is pretty cool. I'm pretty sure I haven't gone to the Smithsonian yet and the zoo is also cool.

It is among the few truly nice things America has that I'm worried about us losing in some kind of retarded happenings. The planetarium was also cool.

I just wish I lived closer to a major city. He you know what maybe I should make a point of it to take a road trip this summer at some point and go see some museums and zoos and whatnot. Instead I get to be right next to ground zero in a nuclear exchange with not even a cool museum to make up for it and probably not close enough to get vaporized either, just getting buried under burning rubble and get to burn alive as my skin melts off. Such cases.
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No. 44186
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>>44160
I took that in 2017 too, June or July it was, whenever tankfest happened because we did a museum crawl then went to tankfest over a 3 day period. Pretty cool how we were standing in the exact same spot and took almost exactly the same photo

The reenactors at tankfest were the best, they seemed to really enjoy playing the part for the day for the crowds
>>44175
At this stage, not being funny, I don't think I ever want to set foot in the USA even for a holiday, the place just seems like a circus devoid of all sense
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No. 44208
ETA

>>44145
>>44160
That's kinda funny.
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No. 44225
>>44186
>don't think I ever want to set foot in the USA even for a holiday, the place just seems like a circus devoid of all sense
:(
I mean you're not wrong it's just a shame that's starting to become really saddening how much I've kept hearing people saying things like this that they don't even want to visit us anymore. I mean I'm under no illusions about having to deal with a bunch of favelados and Brazilian cops but that doesn't mean I wouldnt ever go there to at least explore their museums and check out their beaches and jungles, but then again it's not exactly like I'm too unused to the possibility of being shot by a cop or something here anyway so I guess your mindset may be different. Like I'd be especially nervous about it being an American yeah but I'd still like to check out Israel some day.

This is just sad. Do you guys really think like this now? We actually have really nice museums I promise :( just don't come here before mid to late 2021 and you'll be fine and won't get SARS the electric boogaloo. We have the Smithsonian :(
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No. 44227
>>44208
>ETA
nothing
>>44225
>This is just sad. Do you guys really think like this now? We actually have really nice museums I promise :( just don't come here before mid to late 2021 and you'll be fine and won't get SARS the electric boogaloo. We have the Smithsonian :(
My aunt did her masters in the USA back in the 1980s and told us all it was a complete circus upon coming home.

She told us, that whenever an American lecturer would start a lecture, they began by some identity politics statement about them being gay, or their political party, their opinion on whatever politician was on their mind etc. I didn't believe it growing up but then I had an American lecturer in 2016 during my masters and he began every lecture about how much he hated Trump.

At this point I just find Americans to be completely poisonous, even in person. I went into Limerick a few months ago to meet a buddy for a few pints and some yank in the pub started lecturing me about diversity and melting pot and blah blah

If I were given free tickets and a free car or camper for 2 weeks I'd go to the USA and maybe see Goodsprings or other places from Fallout New Vegas, maybe I'd see Utah and the mormon spots, or a few national parks but I've no inclination to ever go there on my own initiative.
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No. 44234
>>44227
Identity politics and American culture wars are indeed poisonous and I'm sure you got a great taste of it in full on KC2017 too. Really though I think that's not even the problem so much as the fact Americans are morons. Normally this wouldnt be as big a problem but I've been noticing how steadily it's just been getting worse and worse as a psychotic toxic selfish mindset which I'm not sure how much of that is murican hyperindividualism mixed with the poison of modern Capitalism.

Of course as you know well, as a rule it's improper at best to discuss religion and politics in polite company and/or at work. But even that being stated, yeah. I know. It's depressing. I've been opening my eyes a lot these last few years and felt a lot of that muh 1776 sentiment slide off.

The sad fact of the matter is I don't think it actually ever even was about freedom. I don't think it's just that we lost that. I think we never even had it to begin with. I've come to believe that the sole American value from the very first ships that sailed here right up to present day is greed. The sole American object of value and stealing everything you can. I think that the real American religion is greed and all the rest is just commentary.
>Utah
I really don't get what is it with you guys and romanticizing Mormons. I think it's partly the same thing as why people like Mac from worthabuy fetishize the CSA and the deep South. It's basically just memes and an inverse Hollywood effect. Mormons are creepy as fuck and basically just a bunch of heretics of Freemasonry with what's basically just a form of Islam only centered around a century earlier L Ron Hubbard who built his religion around being a weird form of ameriboo. Like, right down to shit like polygamy and banning alcohol, except at least as a Muslim you can still have a cup of tea or coffee (Mormonism bans tea and coffee in addition to alcohol). The LDS itself is a corporation that basically practices witchcraft in the hidden levels. There's also the added irony that I think a lot of foreign imageboard dwellers like it because they bought some propaganda about muh wholesome white families which is hilarious because Mormons as a whole are pretty pro-immigrant.

I dunno. I agree with you but it's become abundantly clear to me the degree to which Americans hate each other and frankly while the establishment has always mildly stoked that crap in a divide and rule strategy so they can keep stealing with impunity it has gotten to the point with the current establishment going out of it's way to antagonize everybody as much as possible that I really wouldn't be surprised if we start having civil war happenings especially if the current admin goes that route trying to save it's own skin. It's always been there boiling under the surface but at least every past administration at least tried to calm it down rather than trying to make it boil over. I can definitely tell you that it's become extremely unpleasant being here the last few years to the extent that internally I now consider every American and most of our institutions as potential enemies with the name of the game being to keep your head down and pray you've got the luck and resources to exploit them more than they can exploit you, which you probably won't. The pandemic just made it all obvious and after my own company pretty much openly told us they're going to feed us to the virus and only took measures when SHTF the local government forced them to do shit like install barriers or use masks or gloves and took enough measures to save their own shekels before throwing us back to the virus again and absolving themselves of all responsibility towards us. This also began happening at the company level only when it became clear that ignoring the problem would just make everyone not want to shop there because they wouldnt feel safe.

I'm not sure about the word circus, because at least a circus is fun. A circus in the way I mean it is great. Yeah it's entertaining here in ways it probably isn't there. The problem is that now it's a dumpster fire. The car is on fire and we don't have a driver at the wheel.

None of this is easing my brooding underlying anxiety. It's a hard feeling to explain but I am constantly on edge about being completely fucked over, by customers, by coworkers, by the company, by the government, by cops, by the Wuhan virus. It's a nonstop sense of risk and feeling like everything I'm doing is "wrong" because some complete fucking asshole somewhere is going to try to be a Karen tier or asshole cop type to you for no good reason at all. The problem is guns accomplish fuckall. The idea that I have freedom because of guns is a retarded lie. I feel like I have less freedom here than I would most places and every time I go online or go outside it's a risk so I hope to be as low profile as possible so no one bothers me unless I'm getting paid for it.

I don't even think being an introvert is the problem anymore. I think that people here are just assholes. I constantly have to stop myself and reappraise my native sense of things like duty or loyalty, or taking one for the team, or trying to help anything at a local or societal level, and then realizing it will likely only fuck me or be unappreciated at best and force myself to think "but what's in it for me?" instead and the minute I wrote out this sentence got a strongly bad and Russian feeling about the state of things.

Really what I think it was is the psychopaths in positions of power, wealth, and fame have finally managed to make us tip over into critical mass. The Pole who wrote Political Ponerization was really onto something. The original manuscript was sadly lost because it butthurt Soviet censors and had to be rewritten from memory but he wrote it about life under the USSR and applied the theories of personality disorder to the macro political and what can happen when enough sociopaths gain power and organize themselves politically. It forces you into inhuman thinking.
http://ponerology.com/psychopaths_1.html
Just don't read themilleniumreport. It's fucking hilarious and a testament to the real extent of the situation here because the most objectively psychopathic leader we have right now is Trump. People like Bolton and Elliot Abrams all the rest had the sense of social decorum to at least pretend to hide it.

All that being stated you can see thin rays of the good side of America even now, and even if the bad massively outweighs the good at this point. Just again, do not bring up politics and religion with Americans. They will be retarded close to 100% of the time. As an Irishman you should know this and with how people unironically romanticize crap like the Troubles or why maybe you shouldn't bring up Irish politics when you just want a pint, and try and avoid the Americans who go out of their way to talk about it.

On topic:
Shart (or "creatura" it's the only thing I've seen 4cancer make in the last seven years that's genuinely hilarious)
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No. 44265
>>44234
wtf, bro, you really care extensively how people think about your country?

Let me tell you something: In almost every single state on earth there is some really fucked up corrupt elite.

The thing is that in most countries, the people are aware of it, and have adapted a healthy portion of not caring.

You guys, however, seem to be made from mostly plastic and display automatic routines that suggest you never, ever, actually think about things.

And yet you then care a big deal about how others react to that.

As for me, I would love to see the canyons and stuff in the midwest. Soem years ago, I dreamt of trying out your fastfood places, but it's not so important for me anymore. Had a five guys meal once. It was nice, but not really worth it.

And all the hassle with traveling to your place, when I can watch millenia of cultural development just a few hours by car away?

The only thing I would cross the pond for would be a lifestyle of salmon fishing in the nothern woods. But that's probably not gonna happen.
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No. 44279
2,6 MB, 460 × 258, 0:11
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286 kB, 1024 × 677
>>44234
>but I've been noticing how steadily it's just been getting worse and worse as a psychotic toxic selfish mindset which I'm not sure how much of that is murican hyperindividualism mixed with the poison of modern Capitalism.
I think it's just chronic retardation, the protests by yanks because they had to wear face masks followed by them dying in their droves two weeks later was absolute facepalm.

Someone once said, Americans prefer symbols of freedom over actual freedom.

>I'm not sure about the word circus, because at least a circus is fun. A circus in the way I mean it is great. Yeah it's entertaining here in ways it probably isn't there. The problem is that now it's a dumpster fire. The car is on fire and we don't have a driver at the wheel.
It was fun when it was abroad, but the USA exports its circus culture to other countries rapidly these days and that's the biggest problem

>As an Irishman you should know this and with how people unironically romanticize crap like the Troubles or why maybe you shouldn't bring up Irish politics when you just want a pint, and try and avoid the Americans who go out of their way to talk about it
For some reason it's only Americans and Germans that try to romanticise the troubles. Ironic that there's a lot less trouble up north these days since tolerance culture and importing 3rd worlders into the west has become the norm, almost like they've found some common ground up there

>creatura
13 hits
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No. 44605
China, or Chinese.
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No. 44608
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>>44605
>China
92 hits (I think)

I had to install Windows 10 last week because of bluescreens and my old Win7 install being over 4 years old. Searching is a bit different now
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No. 44609
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312 kB, 1440 × 961
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97 kB, 600 × 394
>>44605
>China
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No. 44611
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>>44605
>Chinese
78 hits
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No. 44615
>>44611
I will never understand why the Chinese completely half ass everything and then stand around gawking like idiots and taking their chances. It's like you just threw down a couple rotted planks to cross a chasm and you already know they're rotted because even if you didn't put them there you know that's what everybody around you does, but then you just march across those planks anyway and hope for the best.

Sometimes I do think there's something to that thing some guy on YT was saying about how Asians have no concept of dealing with danger or emergencies, although I think that the course correction in China after the Wuhan virus incident disproves the idea they have no idea how to react to a crisis, just that they absolutely suck at recognizing one and acting appropriately
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UwSiAaqlQfY
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No. 44616
>>44615
This is a pretty good explanation I've found from someone who lived there a long time: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ed4ryYokLzU
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No. 44619
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>>44616
Holy shit is that the muh azn waifu meme guy from KC?

I had to turn that video off after 5 minutes, it's clearly paid for by the Chinese govt. If not he's the most insufferable faggot I've ever listened to
>hate nature
>hate small towns
>hate waiting for buses
>love me azn waifus
>love me cheap neon shit
>love me hellish cityscapes
>simple as
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No. 44620
>>44619
It changes in tone pretty quickly tbh. Dude got run out of the country because the government was trumping up espionage charges against him :-DDD
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No. 44645
>>44619
I have no idea who this guy is I've only ever seen two videos by him with the other one being about why COVID is going to be more of a problem than we think (from january 2020) and why the chinese government fucks these things up.

Please, watch it again and this time watch it to the end.

You missed the point, try projecting less
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No. 44649
>>44619
His stance has always been "China is great if you're in your 20s and single, less so if not". I've seen most of his videos and he's more negative than positive towards China, though he made an effort to highlight the positives whenever possible - which is what you should do, if you're a foreigner who otherwise spends a lot of time mouthing off on the country you moved to.

>>44615
East Asian societies and Northwest European societies have roughly similar potential for social capital, but experiments (to be taken with a grain of salt, admittedly) show an interesting difference. NW Europeans instinctively cooperate in simulated prisoner's dilemmas and other games, until/unless they see that their partner has no interest in cooperating.

East Asians fail to cooperate at first, but then quickly realize that failing to cooperate hurts them over in the long run. Their cooperation levels quickly soar to match NW Europe.

There's other reasons to think that prosociality in East Asia and Europe have somewhat different origins. In Europe, there's good reason to believe that long-term bans on cousin marriage led to weakening of extended family ties and clannishness. But clans were a huge thing in China and (IIRC) Korea, and Japan didn't have the Catholic church enforcing bans on cousin marriage either. It's one of the great unanswered questions of sociology, considering that no other part of the world outside of NW Europe or E Asia has the same level of social cohesion at the national level.
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No. 44667
>>44616
>>44619
Wait until you see this. Your head will spin:
https://youtu.be/JOxgXB6AsVY
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No. 44679
>>44667
Man I haven't seen that in so many years I think the last time I even watched that I was incredibly drunk
Wait
>2019.
Huh? Am I misremembering a video and mixing them up?

>>44619
Yeah nah he's part of one of those various series of basically like buzzfeed like kind of videos except not shit that I used to watch back in the silver era of KC which was long before it became a meme and I'm pretty sure it started becoming such a meme later on because of 4krebs which later imported it to KC around the start of the sheiss-brown age.

He's not a "shill" btw like wtf kind of mentality is that. Dudes a genuine guy who married his Chinese girlfriend and lived in China awhile. As you can see she's not unattractive it just became funny because of that one really horrible camera angle while he was filming them driving somewhere and talking about stuff.

It's also, actually you know what I'd just like to point out what makes our culture so fundamentally different to cabbage/8/4 poltardism which is that we'd actually watch those videos out of a genuine interest like in the same way we used to discuss lipstickalley or nairaland. I do think that it eventually went down the tubes a bit and became sort of shit but I used to watch Facts. all the damn time. There's a bunch of pretty interesting not-buzzfeed channels on there too if you can look for them, which is how we (I? I forget who introduced it first) got that Koreans trying murican bbq video which made me a bit proud and happy to see because that was the first time it even occurred to me that anybody would actually want a GenuineAmericanTM imported into their country to cook GenuineAmericanTM food for them.

I do think that a lot of these channels though go either too far out of their way or by sheer ignorance into the kinds of things we would never even eat or may not have even heard of before.
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No. 44764
>>44645
>You missed the point, try projecting less
You should learn what projecting actually means Ernst

>>44679
>He's not a "shill" btw like wtf kind of mentality is that. Dudes a genuine guy who married his Chinese girlfriend and lived in China awhile
After watching the whole video this time I can see that now, I watched the first 4 minutes and he seemed like he was just advertising the place even though seemed like my personal nightmare living in a huge neon city like that and I closed the video the first time.

It's quite strange to see how the whole world seems to have taken a 90 degree turn around the same time, regardless of where in the world you live. Seems like the world may have ended in 2012 after all.
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No. 44765
>>44679
> As you can see she's not unattractive it just became funny because of that one really horrible camera angle while he was filming them driving somewhere and talking about stuff.

m8 she looks like a jungle monkey, especially when compared to SerpentZA's gorgeous chink wife.
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No. 44767
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Ah hell I don't have it. Anybody have that picture of the clock with EU flag going "good heavens just look at the time! PEACE UNITY UNITY UNITY UNITY"?

also /r/ing either EU or European Union
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No. 44779
64 kB, 418 × 455
>>44767
2011
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No. 44781
8,6 MB, 854 × 480, 1:33
77 kB, 385 × 371
657 kB, 640 × 456
35 kB, 370 × 235
>>44767
>also /r/ing either EU or European Union

Allow me to clean out my folder on this.
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No. 44782
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No. 44784
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No. 44785
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61 kB, 664 × 772
186 kB, 1218 × 2704
>>44784
>28/28

Oh no!
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No. 44786
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>>44784
>european booing.jpg
Nigel was a legend to watch, the buerocratic butthurt was hilarious
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No. 44788
129 kB, 586 × 496
>>44786
Yeah true but I think you should also bear in mind that while kind of funny at first just what exactly the consequences can and will be of voting for someone purely because it will make some people butthurt. All of you guys should be thanking your lucky stars that for whatever else you may not like about Merkel or people like her that it could have been far, far, far worse had all of you guys actually decided to be ran by living memes instead just because you wanted to laugh at people being butthurt for your decisions. It does not get any starker a contrast than that regardless of whatever sinister plans that shrew like Belgian had been attempting to set into motion. I mean hell Britain herself actually got fucked pretty hard in the beginning too with BoJo's fucktarded antics.
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No. 44795
98 kB, 1200 × 900
>>44786
>you have the charisma of a damp rag and the appearance of a low-level bank clerk
>you come from Belgium, which is pretty much a non-country
The Anglos are fucking savage.
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No. 46626
banana
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No. 46629
Music.
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No. 46635
Space
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No. 46637
1,3 MB, 460 × 816, 0:11
1,8 MB, 1280 × 720, 0:14
4,0 MB, 427 × 240, 1:33
1,5 MB, 320 × 240, 0:40
>>46626
>banana
5 hits but it's all filth so not posting
>Music
27 hits
>>
No. 46638
3,9 MB, 640 × 360, 0:55
8,2 MB, 480 × 222, 2:35
3,9 MB, 532 × 300, 2:16
4,9 MB, 854 × 480, 0:41
>>46629
>Music
>>
No. 46639
2,3 MB, 640 × 480, 0:46
485 kB, 326 × 326, 0:07
7,4 MB, 480 × 360, 1:00
8,8 MB, 640 × 360, 1:18
>>46629
>Music
there was also a music folder with 39 webms in there
>>
No. 46640
7,3 MB, 640 × 360, 1:34
10,0 MB, 640 × 360, 2:25
78 kB, 554 × 564
72 kB, 1200 × 800
>>46635
>Space
79 hits
>>
No. 46641
18,9 MB, 1280 × 720, 4:11
2,2 MB, 2133 × 2844
359 kB, 540 × 914
2,8 MB, 1280 × 720, 0:14
>>46635
>Space
>>
No. 46642
13,7 MB, 523 × 288, 4:10
487 kB, 400 × 430, 0:01
51 kB, 604 × 442
230 kB, 838 × 740
>>46635
>Space
>>
No. 46644
1,1 MB, 945 × 522
>>46640
I still think that the UE is the best representation of humanity in space that I have ever seen in any fiction. A monarchy or defacto monarchy that hands out corporate control like fiefdoms, is organized like a quasi-Socialistic (in the real shittest Chinese or Russian sense) organizational schemata with monarchistic semi-autonomy and looking the other way for favored nobles, rife with propaganda in a decaying necromunda tier decrepit galaxy wide shithole. The only thing that it is really missing is the sectarianism and religious fanaticism of empire wide religious movements and backwater sects just barely kept in line like Putler's relations with the churkalord Kadyrov and those provinces. In reality we'd probably end up having terrorists like in Star Sector just barely overlooked like America does with Saudi Arabia and we'd probably end up having the planet Mormos that pesters passing tradeships about the holy and ancient empire of Murica like some long lost 20th century ancient Israelites.

/r/ing
>tech
or
>computer
>>
No. 46646
1,8 MB, 2000 × 1600
537 kB, 2000 × 1552
11,8 MB, 4268 × 5152
3,8 MB, 8576 × 6352
>>46641
also oh shit son your spaceship chart is fuggered
>>
No. 46649
4,0 MB, 452 × 800, 0:51
1,3 MB, 1280 × 720, 0:15
88 kB, 1016 × 432
934 kB, 250 × 167, 0:04
>>46644
Yeah the UE are a great example of the shitshow that is humanity, mass produced disposable China-tier tech and equally disposable people

>tech
41 hits
>>
No. 46650
19 kB, 380 × 312
947 kB, 2048 × 1536
36 kB, 604 × 313
155 kB, 1116 × 672
>>46644
>tech
>>
No. 46651
7,6 MB, 512 × 288, 0:52
178 kB, 1280 × 721
87 kB, 700 × 1095
211 kB, 1023 × 765
>>46644
>computer
42 hits
>>46646
updated thanks
>>
No. 46652
334 kB, 1021 × 765
>>46651
I laughed!
>>
No. 46660
Melon
>>
No. 46663
341 kB, 749 × 650
109 kB, 1023 × 687
178 kB, 1280 × 859
>>46660
>Melon
21 hits mostly Melons
>>
No. 46665 Kontra
"copypaste", "copypaste", "pasta", please.
>>
No. 46667
4 kB, 184 × 184
>>46663
>melons (6)
>melons (1)

more?
>>
No. 46670
221 kB, 360 × 360, 0:01
94 kB, 1023 × 687
209 kB, 1280 × 960
104 kB, 799 × 667
>>46665
nothing really, any saved stories are under other names
>>46667
there's only 7 in total
>>
No. 46673
>>46670
>any saved stories are under other names
Let's try and find some:

Anon.
Reddit.
>>
No. 46674
1,4 MB, 2346 × 2502
82 kB, 938 × 481
1022 kB, 1280 × 1453
72 kB, 516 × 532
>>46673
>anon
28 hits
>>
No. 46675
79 kB, 562 × 514
132 kB, 960 × 1260
84 kB, 781 × 596
177 kB, 1200 × 594
>>46673
>reddit
58 hits
>>
No. 46802
>>46675
Literally every one of these issues was self inflicted
>>
No. 46830
State.
>>
No. 46835
437 kB, 1754 × 1240
9,5 MB, 480 × 270, 1:49
49 kB, 400 × 385
407 kB, 728 × 427
>>46830
>State
13 hits
>>
No. 46837
>>46675
She's 27 and women live up to 80 years.

Wonder what will she do in those long lonely years.
>>
No. 46838
>>46835
It really irritated me that daesh started doing that and getting it associated to themselves because I've been doing it for far longer than their shitty tyrannical group of terrorists has been around. PROTIP it's a very common religious gesture that exists in Islam as well apparently.
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No. 46846
325 kB, 591 × 700
150 kB, 876 × 1353
1,4 MB, 818 × 1072
This is a well known element of Christian art and iconography just as multiple other hand gestures like the two finger sign of blessing and the permutations of it meant to represent the Christian Triune. There is also the little and index finger pointed slightly outward with the ring and index finger pressed against each other, often held over the heart. That one I don't quite get although think it's also meant to be representative of the triune, and curiously is how many in my family held their hands as babies it's a Catholic family although I really don't think all those photos were staged.

This is compared and contrasted with the so-called devil horns whose significance in particularly Turkic countries to ward off the "evil eye" I don't fully understand however the significance of it in Luciferianism and Satanism is that the little horn is both separate then God and "equal" to him, representative of two gods if you will.

It's always been an important basic visual feature of hominid communications so it is little wonder it would feature so prominently in religious iconography but that gesture is not the sole property of Islam. It is only lesser used than them because Islam is strict monotheism like Judaism whereas Christianity is an oddball three-in-one variant so the triune symbol is the most often depicted in classic art that people see.