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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