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Logistics Strelok 02/14/2021 (Sun) 12:50:10 No.13232 [Reply] [Last]
A thread where we can sperg out share our thoughts about everything that goes into an industrialized war.
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>>38962 But even the Proprietary Meme does not really work since in the end it's all Taiwanese/Chink manufacturing that reuse the same schematics and just append a different owner on it. There's a clip about this floating around but I don't have the webm, basically western companies contract Taiwanese hardware manufacturers for similar products and rather than making them from scratch all the time they reuse like 99% of the assets, western companies notice that their counterpart is using a similar product and start suing each other. >>38960 I've heard a far harsher reality in that most of the computational tech developed extremely quickly because it was highly unregulated for the longest of time.
>>13305 The decline was inevitable once the New Deal State was born. The New Deal State immediately began to sponsor various puppets and stooges, including Germany and Soviet Union (and never stopped - who is the last Moderate Rebel, again?) This "help" sped up WWII the way it was. WWII (along with its prologue and epilogue stages) massively brain-drained Europe (consider little Hungary alone: https://newrepublic.com/article/71697/missile-man ) and then made USA hegemonic (between taking over British colonies and competitors being ruined). This made Harvard more important than Royal Society. Sure, Royal Society was halfway to Laputa, but they at least remembered what it was about. Harvard always was a theological institution. "Progress" is just another euphemism for "Predestination". "Mainstream Protestant" and "Progressive" were mostly synonymous for a while. Theology is not science, but it can pretend. Yet science and pseudoscience cannot just coexist in a stable equilibrium. Science was already brought too close to power by the Mugwumps. And power corrupts. Then nukes brought science even closer to power. Cold War (or rather its arms race) forced a big unprincipled exception for R&D, as long as it lasted. But once it ended, welcome to gender studies and other trash.
>>39058 >guys the US and Germans and Russians were on the same side!!!! Ukraine general was a mistake
>>13232 >A thread where we can sperg out share our thoughts about everything that goes into an industrialized war. >everything that goes into an industrialized war. Demographic homogeneity of culture. However, this no longer applies to Western nations, thus we have regressed to a society prior to the treaty of Westphalia (when nation states in the modern sense began to conduct wars on behalf of regional collectives). Henceforth, nation states are proxies with which to fight wars. Nation states are effectively contracted mercenaries of commercial entities. Thus discussions of "logistics" in the sense used in early 20th century conflicts is moot. Since differences between military and commercial resilient delivery are artificial. Pics related. Internal attacks on commercial rail freight logistics in LA, USA emulate the internal attacks on military hardware in Ukraine, resulting in kamikaze drones sold on the black market.
>>39062 >, thus we have regressed to a society prior to the treaty of Westphalia (when nation states in the modern sense began to conduct wars on behalf of regional collectives). What the hell "on behalf of regional collectives" even means? It's so much simpler. >> the nomos of the earth > The heart of modern international law is the right of the international community, which just happens to be shaped rather like the 200-year-old Anglo-American empire, to distinguish between ethical and unethical war, and use the former to stop the latter. > As Schmitt observes, this unipolar design is not just in conflict with the classical law; it is actually a resurrection of the medieval law of nations, with its concept of “just war.” Naturally it was the Vatican which decided whether a war was just—and shifting this onus to the Truman Building only reflects Washington’s role as the Fourth Rome. Conversely, under classical international law, the "jus ad bellum" is a necessary attribute of sovereignty. Almost by definition: there's nobody in a legitimate position to resolve disputes between any two arbitrary sovereigns. Or authority to interpret some sort of One True Teaching and enforce their adherence to it, etc. Without some equivalent of Vatican, that is.

Generic News Thread -NTDDIOT Strelok 03/18/2022 (Fri) 04:01:04 No.29184 [Reply] [Last]
News That Doesn't Deserve Its Own Thread Generic news thread for things related to /k/ or global conflicts that doesn't deserve its own thread but is worth keeping an eye on in case it might be worth making a thread about later.
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>>39163 idk why you keep posting this retard with direct jewtube links no less. give us a summary and tell us why this nigger is different from the 1000 other right-wing schizos.
>>39164 he's a fucking newfag who doesn't know about Youtube mirrors
>>39164 He's not right-wing. >>39165 I know about his rumble. I also know it pisses you off when I link his youtube because you have to spend an extra 3 seconds copy/pasting the video link into invidious. Speaking of which... https://youtube.com/watch?v=ou6SRDU6upA Milquetoast Tim talks about the judge who ordered the raid being linked to Epstein, specifically defending Epstein's employees using confidential information in a conflict of interests.
>>39169 >unironically linking Jewtube kys at least link rumble, bitchute or odysee if you actually want to support him and not Google https://odysee.com/@timcast:c/judge-who-signed-fbi-raid-on-trump:5
>>39171 I was planning to swap to rumble links for that story but then anon had a shit fit about Jewtube and called me a newfag when I've been here since the Greeceball days, so I couldn't resist.

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Bible Study Thread (/christian/ "bunker") Strelok Board owner 08/06/2022 (Sat) 09:31:33 ID: e31a61 No.38853 [Reply]
As per >>38832 and what has taken place since then, I've seen enough. This is a place for anon to cool his head and discuss Christianity in a moderated environment away from the current drama attached to the board. Thread's survival is up in the air after the end of the month (up to the succeeding BO), but I'll try to periodically moderate it until then. This thread has custom rulesets that differ from the board rules. 1) No /christian/ meta period. Take it to /christian/ or /shelter/. 2) No identityfags or lolcows period. Progressive ASN banning will be applied if reported for identityfagging (1 day ban, then 2 day ban, 4 day ban, etc.) 3) /christian/s only. 4) Do not advocate for regime change in this thread (in relation to the /christian/ board) or you will get bonked; take it to /christian/ or /shelter/. 5) Board rules apply. Thread will be locked when the situation improves. Thread only to be used for theological discussion and fun; not as a platform for drama or raids. If it's misused consistently I will lock it. See the meta thread for my email or to post complaints. Do not post complaints/local meta here or you will be banned under rule 0. Have fun. >Please see me on /christian/ You can talk to me through the meta thread or through emails I'm not handing you my IP or discussing this decision over there since I do not consider the board stable at the moment. As an icebreaker, how did anon come to join the faith?
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>>38988 >The book isn't for you, it's for others to more elegantly defend against your pipul Because you can't defend your idols yourself.
>>38967 >that the bible erases 20 years of Jesus' history Yes, that was my implication lol but also because not only buddhism used zoroastrian clues but also relied heavily on taoist "magic" or like they used to say "energy cultivation and spirit counseling", in its early stages taoism had many key figures who travelled around and performed miracles while claiming to be mere men who simply "grabbed" energy from the natural sources but due to their knowledge of other realms they were often allegedly commanded to help the needed and in one specific case to expect being killed as to unlock a series of events which would end up leading a peasant sector being liberated, or "fate". Later they went to study and write stuff which goes deep into what we would call alchemy and esoteric mathematics, teachings which were heavily corrupted and taoism overall never recovering nor having its wandering sages around. One of its most mythical figures, Zuo Ci, is suspected to have been contemporary to Jesus as he was 16 to 36 when Jesus was travelling around the east. Due to Zuo Ci having done similar things according to myth (transformed or summoned food, transplanted energy, cured the very ill, taught of the spirit and a much higher realm above us which we need to behave and live well to reach/understand) some chinamen theorize Jesus learned from him as did other latter taoist masters, but we might as well say in theory Zuo could've learned and understood the teachings from a wandering foreigner and later meditated to attain what He said (anyone can perform great things if you believe) and after all Zuo is famous for being one of the first to have done such widespread and notorious acts to the point of the de-facto emperor summoning him and later being persecuted for trying to dissuade the authority to study with him and leave their campaigns to subdue the population. After all it is not unheard of chinese attaining some masterhood from a wandering foreigner expert (Buddhism reaching China via Bodhidharma "the red-haired blue-eyed monk") Also to note a good chunk of chinaman history has also been deleted a couple of times, the manichean/nestorian church was the main belief in a considerable sector of China for 500 years, even Marco Polo was surprised in seeing churches in the middle of nowhere back there with the white buddha he had heard of being probably Jesus on the altar due to the cross and the identical acts.
>>38983 Nice find, anon. Word of advice: if you save a lot of PDFs and possibly EPUBs off the internet without actually reading them, consider buying an e-reader that supports both file formats. They're a lot nicer to read on than a computer screen and I personally find I read more of the stuff I save if I have it on an e-reader.
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Fuck it, /animu/ was the wrong place to post this writeup (doesn't help that I likely posted it in the wrong thread) so I'll repost it here on the offchance someone is interested in this movie or somehow saw it before its rediscovery. Zenon: Boundless Love Here's one you likely haven't heard of: a 1999 children's movie that may or may not have been considered lost media until it turned up in a Polish church's archives. So why would a Catholic parish have an obscure anime movie laying around? You see, this was the home parish of one Wladyslaw Zebrowski, better known to his beloved Japan as Zenon Zebrowski. In the early 1930s he and a few other monks established a Franciscan monastery in Nagasaki and quickly bonded with the locals. You can probably guess what happens from there: he survives the nuking of Nagasaki, thrusts himself into caring for the survivors, builds an orphanage, possibly meets Emperor Hirohito several times, then becomes a fixture in Japanese disaster relief and charity for several decades following this. I really can't do his long life justice, especially after only knowing about him for a few hours. For example, I am only just discovering as I write this that the leader of this missionary trip to Japan, Maximilian Kolbe, is not only considered a saint within Roman Catholicism, but is also responsible for Zenon's surviving the nuking of Nagasaki in the first place. St. Maximilian Kolbe apparently refused to build the monastery within Nagasaki, declaring the city would be soon destroyed by a ball of fire, and had the monks build it on a mountain slope facing away from the city where it was ultimately shielded from the blast. So how is the movie? As a children's movie, it's decent. There's some nice music by Toshiyuki Watanabe and its animation and backgrounds are decent enough, but it's very limited by its target audience and short length, and these hurt it in a couple areas. For example, it doesn't quite capture the scale of what Brother Zenon did, greatly compresses the timeline, and almost gives the impression that Brother Zenon achieved all this through a mixture of divine providence (which he definitely benefited from) and befuddling and exasperating everyone around him as a sort of holy fool, which really isn't the impression I get from other English-language articles on his life. However, to be fair to the production crew, how do you portray a man so near to sainthood through animation? There is an extensive tradition of how to do so in writing and still images, but you try to place him in an anime and he gains a sort of unreality (or super-reality?) that makes him stand out from everyone around him. An ideal portrayal would also have this quality, and it is to the team's credit that something of this shines through even if they didn't quite understand him. Would I recommend Zeno: Kagirinaki Ai ni? If what I've described interests you and you don't mind it being a children's movie, then, sure. It's only a little over an hour long and- Actually, it's getting late and I don't know what else to write about the movie itself right now, so I'll jump back to the opening subject for now. https://yewtu.be/watch?v=YQL_SC6T-qU https://web.archive.org/web/20220721055131/https://www.ucanews.com/story-archive/?post_name=%2F1999%2F01%2F07%2Fanimated-film-highlights-work-of-polish-franciscan-brother&post_id=12770 https://web.archive.org/web/20161002092355/http://brotherzenon.com/ https://iderepublica.pl/en/known-unknowns/index/brat-zenon-zebrowski/
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>>39055 So, if English-language information about Brother Zenon is scarce, information about this movie is even scarcer. There may have been some kind of theatrical release in Japan (I've found a date of May 15th, 1999 on websites like AniList) and possibly another in Poland, but I haven't seen anything of a home video release. The UCA News article I've attached below claims it was funded entirely by donations, and from digging through Youtube comments it seems a gentleman who knew Brother Zenon personally brought this VHS tape over from Japan and gave it to Brother Zenon's old parish. From there it seems to have languished in obscurity until the Youtube uploader found it and enlisted a teacher and a friend to translate it. This is all I can find on the English internet and by running Youtube comments through Google Translate. Perhaps a Polish or Japanese-speaking anon more acquainted with their sides of the internet could dig up more, but that's also assuming any on /animu/ are even interested. It is a very niche anime, after all, and I wouldn't have even heard of it if someone hadn't mentioned it in the comments on a new-ish Kenny Lauderdale video. https://polanddaily24.com/221-the-second-best-known-pole-in-japan

HR 1808 Strelok 07/16/2022 (Sat) 06:05:39 ID: 35057c No.37634 [Reply] [Last]
Looks like Democrats are trying one last stand to ban all guns again. This time with Republicuck support. Supreme Court unlikely to make a ruling on it for several years if ever when passed. https://www.congress.gov/bill/117th-congress/house-bill/1808/text
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>>37664 >>implying that a bunch boomers didn't work themselves up into a frenzy and storm the capitol a year and a half ago over what was basically circumstantial, statistical evidence of fraud Exactly. And even then they just made noise and walked away. Kantbot> Imagine storming the Capital of the United States as the government of the country literally fucking flees and then just wandering around the building confused about why the level isn’t ending instead of declaring a new government and issuing warrants for congressmen’s arrest >>37786 Well, he may be a provo4 or he may be a retard. But does it matter?
OK one day I hear they're shelving this thing and then the next I hear it's passed the House. What the hell's going on?
>>38376 It passed because of 2 traitor recucklicans even though a small handful of demonrats also voted against it. Never underestimate the ability of the gay old party to fuck their own constituents. It has to pass the senate now which is split 50-50, but you should fully expect the RINOs to slap their cocks across your face at this point. We've been in the stage where these people should be getting lynched and having their families destroyed utterly but nah that's fedglowjoobadbad no good optics or something so better lube up for that banana republic banana.
What happened now.
>>39016 >Where is it currently at You can check congress' website and see where it is at.

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/k/ video games Strelok 05/14/2020 (Thu) 04:53:04 No.236 [Reply] [Last]
I just wanted to play video games and post loli! Are there any shooters with cute animu girls that isn't lootershooter crap?
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>>291 >C&C Generals/Zero Hour was a'ight.
>Most of GSC moved to Czech Republic >Some stayed in Ukraine >Some working 4free Fuck, we're gonna get this consolized dumbed down piece of shit either we like it or not.
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>>34987 It was more than a'ight. It was right.
>>36731 >GLA invades Europe >USA gets dismantled >China rapes the GLA and invades Europe Funny how close it got, maybe it will get even closer with the passage of time. Truly a timeless classic
I've been playing STALKER with intent to actually play it instead of just mess around a bit, and it's much "easier" than I remember in the past which is taking me for a loop.

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Alternative history thread Strelok 07/09/2021 (Fri) 15:42:02 No.17124 [Reply] [Last]
This thread includes alternative history wars, conflicts, weapons, tactics and more. For instance >Axis victory proxy wars >Their equipment >East centered world, conflicts And more
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What if Hitler had applied to a prestigious art school in the USA and was accepted?
>>37710 Isn't there a bad DLC for Medieval TW that is kinda this?
>>37795 Yeah, there's Thrones of Britannia which takes place during the era after Alfred the Great, but what you're thinking of is the Brittania campaign from Medieval II: Kingdoms. That one was set in 1258.
>>37710 This is actually intresting, this would mostlikely make the world quite diffrent. And even english too. Since england isn't in the best of shape this would mean that some of the colonial powers more powerful or even new colonial powers then otl. >>37794 We could probably get hitler working in disney. And probably some weird ass shit. But who knows who will start ww2
How would the world look if Kissinger had been thrown out and America never signed the One China policy?

Naval Thread II Strelok 05/02/2022 (Mon) 16:31:42 ID: 48a0ec No.33554 [Reply] [Last]
Last thread fell off the board. Discuss and debate naval topics here.
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>>35632 My understanding is fairly limited, but from that understanding, you have several lineages for each ship type. Torpedo boats, being fast, small ships designed for attacking bigger ships, begat destroyers and fast attack craft. Cruisers, which were initially distinguished between being unprotected, protected (having an armored deck), and armored (having a belt of armor on their sides), evolved into light, heavy, and battle cruisers, respectively. Battleships evolved from the ironclad, which then evolved into the dreadnoughts. They were later limited by the Washington Treaty in both quantity made and displacement, forcing many nations to build smaller ships. Then there are the super-heavy battleships like the IJN Yamato and the USN Iowa. Carriers were initially converted into battleships or battlecruisers. Their roles diversified into escort carriers, light carriers, fleet, and supercarriers. There's probably some more to it, but like I said, I'm don't know all of it.
Could hypersonic missiles be the end of carriers? As it stands, while China still can't get 20km accuracy in a desert, Russia seems to be using them fairly efficiently when they've tested them out in Ukraine. Unanchored smaller ships are probably too small to use them accurately at the moment since the ship is jostled around too much by the waves (relative to a stationary target), but an aircraft carrier can be about 1-3 skyscrapers in length which seems plenty big enough if you can calculate its trajectory. >>35835 I don't know much but that seems fairly accurate for the bluewater vessels. >>35632 I wouldn't bother with greenwater vessels and hybrid bluewater/greenwater vessels since once you get into the smaller ship sizes
Is brass still the best material for propellers, or are there are weird and crazy proposals floating around for some alternative material?
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>>35841 >Could hypersonic missiles be the end of carriers? As it stands, while China still can't get 20km accuracy in a desert, Russia seems to be using them fairly efficiently when they've tested them out in Ukraine. Unanchored smaller ships are probably too small to use them accurately at the moment since the ship is jostled around too much by the waves (relative to a stationary target), but an aircraft carrier can be about 1-3 skyscrapers in length which seems plenty big enough if you can calculate its trajectory. From what I understand, the real limiting factor is the killchain when going after something like a CBG. Even with hypersanec, your firing solution at launch is going to be out of date by the time the weapon gets wherever it's going, so you have to update it in real time, which not everybody can do (though if anyone else can, it'd be the Russians or the bugs). There's also that nagging little issue of killing a CBG being a pretty surefire way to kick off Round Three, which no one is really in a position to seriously consider at the moment. The only two powers with the strategic ass to do it have no reason to; the bugs can just sit back and watch the Jews destroy us from the inside while they (the bugs) play the long game, and the Russians are content merely to defend (and, as opportunity presents itself, expand) their regional hegemony. tl;dr it's theoretically possible, but I'm not seeing the carrier's swan song any time soon. Especially when there's really no substitute when it comes to force projection and gunboat diplomacy. >>37908 I see some vague mention of composite materials on Wikipedia, but nothing concrete. "If it ain't broke", I guess.
I know the question gets thrown around plenty about a US-Chinese engagement in the South China Sea, but does China actually have any proper deterrents to stop submarine strikes? That seems to be a glaring weakness that they are trying and failing to fix right now. >>37926 >tl;dr it's theoretically possible, but I'm not seeing the carrier's swan song any time soon. Especially when there's really no substitute when it comes to force projection and gunboat diplomacy. Sounds like the F35 may serve an actual niche in being launchable from smaller ships then, but that the technology probably still has a couple decades before it becomes a real threat to ships.

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Myanmar/Burma Thread Strelok 02/21/2021 (Sun) 08:09:46 No.13491 [Reply] [Last]
We should have a Myanmar/Burma thread. I think it's a big enough topic to justify having it separate from the Chink/Pajeet thread. >What happened? Long story short the Myanmar military has guaranteed 1/3rd representation in their version of congress. Aung San Suu Kyi had introduced a bunch of progressive reforms over the last few years and had frequent visits with Chinese despite Myanmar and China being in a technically hostile relationship. This is a big deal because Chinese nationals have been actively waging a civil war in Northern Myanmar. Suu Kyi lost international support after she approved the Muslim genocides back in 2017 in order to avoid a death sentence by the Myanmar military. The Myanmar military claims there was election fraud, but the evidence is more that this was a move to ensure national sovereignty as the current leader of the military would have been forced to step down/retire following the elections due to anti-military legislation congress passed in recent years. The military is using the excuse of Wu Flu to keep Myanmar's congressional body from officially convening by claiming that public officials violated COVID restrictions and utilized communication means to contact foreign countries when they were under investigation (something that is extremely illegal in Myanmar). Currently civil servants are protesting by manipulating the markets to crash the Myanmar economy with no survivors in order to try to justify UN interference in the form of foreign aid. Health workers, education workers, transportation workers, and banks are refusing to operate and holding protests. Foreign interference is expected. >Why does this matter? The military coup is aiming to restore the balance of power between military and civilian offices in government. If this fails, you can expect a war between Myanmar and China before the end of Biden's presidency as a means of China acquiring more territory. Specifically gemstone/mineral-rich territory that Myanmar already heavily exploits. This could give China an unprecedented economic edge to manipulate the precious metals market. Despite the military crackdown on communications and being an active part of the government, it is likely that the international community will use the protests as an excuse to start civil war in Myanmar since it could give them an excuse to plant western government military bases near China. >Who are the good guys? There are none. Suu Kyi is a progressive bitch, but the military are equally power-hungry and mostly working to preserve power structures that they failed to keep over the 2000s/2010s. Stop crashing and let me post the thread, damn it. >Flood Detected >When the thread didn't even fucking post God damn it.
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>>36835 You could say Thayland was aTAKed.
>>13494 >As for China i doubt an actual war will happen, considering the military government will become/is an international pariah they'll have no option but ask for Chinese suzerainty. They look like screw-ups, and may provoke at least one of the neighbors. While the economy is still in the ass. Conversely, if the puppets win and invite NATO, China will react the same way as Russia did. Especially considering NATO did not contest grabbing Taiwan at all. The third option is civil war. The end result is much the same, except this time China won't bother with genocide, as they will do it themselves.
>>19122 Not bad, but the farmers weren't at the bottom of the hierarchy. They were ranked above artisans, who were ranked above merchants, who were really at the bottom (unless you count hinin, non-persons who had no standing). Over the course of the Edo Period, the merchants built up lots of wealth & power despite formally being in the lowest rank, and many samurai were indebted to them. Farmers may have been better off than before, but hard times still hit them disproportionately.
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So it seems China has officially endorsed Myanmar and given them their facial recognition technology to deal with rebel elements. It's been effective enough that the UN security council officially condemned the Myanmar Junta because their forces of "freedom and democracy™" are losing. I think Myanmar is shaping up to become the next US proxy war between America and China (with Indian support against the Chinese) in order to draw attention off of Taiwan (or to act as punishment if Taiwan is embargoed/invaded) given these recent events. Article talking about the Chinese facial recognition software: https://archive.ph/p2qbF UN Security Council thing: https://archive.ph/VSpDz "Illegal" protests happened, but clearly they no longer have any teeth since the military/police didn't even beat anyone (which has been standard Junta policy up until this point) suggesting the protesters have stopped getting violent: https://archive.ph/5HzBN
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It seems Lavrov spent the majority of his day in Myanmar between a military helicopter ride and in private arms dealings in the Junta strongholds. At the same time Myanmar is experiencing rampant inflation so they have allowed workers to retain 35% of their earnings as foreign currency to encourage currency competition to prop back up the Kyat. https://archive.ph/IFmrh

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Webm & Video-sharing Thread Strelok 07/17/2022 (Sun) 06:33:14 ID: 1b6d7b No.37675 [Reply]
New webm/mp4 thread. Post 'em if you got 'em.
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>>38955 What a fucking retard. >imma exodus lolk please don't come back.
>No fucks given >Asks for the cup back though >Robbers get pissed off >Try to rob more stuff >Stabs the fucker >Still doesn't give a fuck and calmly calls the police Nice.
>>38957 Here is what i found doing a quick search. Japanese infantry regiments were three battalions strong and each battalion had a designating flag. They were of the typical pattern for flags of this kind, with horizontal zig-zag stripes. The Japanese called these stripes "mountain-shaped lines" and they were probably intended to represent the mountainous terrain characteristic of Japan, with three peaks representing the three regiments making up the battalion.
>>38980 Awesome, thanks anon I appreciate it.
>>38981 No problem, though I screwed up. I typed three regiments making up the battalion when it should be three battalions making up the regiment.

Neue Meta Thread Strelok Board owner 04/16/2022 (Sat) 07:21:46 ID: fc3ccc No.32204 [Reply] [Last]
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>>38905 >Is there at least some log Yes https://anon.cafe/logs.js?boardUri=k
>>38910 So the ban is actually tied to a post like other board software, even though ban message doesn't show it. I guess it must be an ID issue rather than mod error. Or maybe it's some level of range ban rather than the specific IP?
>>38911 While a range ban was issued it was most definitely tied to the bypass ID. Either way tell your roommate to stop metaposting outside of meta or go report it in the bugs thread on >>>/meta/
>>38904 topkek What an absolute soyboy
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Being pro-Ukraine is not a bannable offense. Dismissed.

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