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[JW01 ~ 08/24/2019] There aren't many people here, but this bunker needs more content. Post something interesting that doesn't fit into other threads.
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>>1824 Hard agree. The best example I can think of is Onward. The movie has a heart warmng solid plot about a younger brother yearning to meet his dad and realizing that his older brother has been his father figure all along, but then there’s a bunch of strong women and oh this one cop has to mention being a lesbian. Sure enough, there’s two main names in charge of the project. One is the writer and director, a white male who’s early life may as well be a copy paste of the main characters, raised by his brother, with this movie reflecting his own realization. The other is a disgusting looking leabian jew who was integral to a bunch of california gay law pushes. WONDER WHO WROTE WHAT.
>>1825 I can’t agree harder, Mummy may genuinely he my favorite movie, but this movie is clearly trying to rip it off while missing everything good. Instead of likeable qt librarian we get annoying cunt, both women find an artifact and have a scene involving losing balance on a ladder, both have a brother they drag along with who is very british (though one is funny and likeable while the other is just full retard), both meet some experienced strong man who knows much about the treasure, both movies involve a reawoken cursed man who original was motivated by love. It’s makes me angrier how shallow a copy it is.
>>1826 Hell they're really pushing degenerate LGBT shit upon children now. This world has gone fucking mad.
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>>1827 There's more to The Mummy than that. It was pretty much the last hurrah to the traditional adventure genre, being made on the very cusp of "digital revolution". It's shot almost entirely on locations and on big spacious sets hearkening back to the great historical epics of mid 20th century. Or otherwise superimposed on miniature work, using CGI only when absolutely necessary. There's always something tangible on screen and you can see where every single penny of the budget went. Then you also have the iconic score that you will recognize even if awaken in the middle of the night, that just screams "exotic adventure" at you It's the definition of a fun spectacle cinema done right and the best fourth Indiana Jones film we will ever get bar The Fate of Atlantis. Now we have this fake conveyor-belt Mummy meet Pirates of the Caribbean wannabe which looks like every movie made in the last 10 years, shot almost entirely on green screen and tiny token sets that are photographed so flat they come off as a green screen anyway. Everything is digitally color corrected to the ugliest possible shades that might have looked better had they not touched them. Might as well be a cartoon honestly, at this point it's not CGI inserted into a film but some footage inserted into CGI. The direction is utterly flaccid, you can't grab a single screencap from this that will look appealing. It's all either shot reverse shot for efficiency coverage or the CGI cutscene where camera just flies wherever. It's a completely manufactured fake fun, helmed by fake manufactured "likable" personality the Rock, as apposed to actually likable and liked peoples champion Brendan Fraser. Ironically this isn't the first time they had Rock replace Brendan as the forced likeable lead. Nobody will remember this shitpile in 6 months when another "adventure film with Rock" that looks exactly the same comes out.
>>1830 Yeah. The CG in this gets especially bad in some parts towards the end. There’s so much stuff that could have been done with little to no CG instead but oh no better have someone run along the branch of a big CGI tree as it blooms and unblooms when you could cut that shit out completely. I only really came to appreciate The Mummy after someone I know who normally has hit or miss taste put it as her absolute favourite. She can recite the whole movie by heart, even parts like sighs and noises right on cue. I can think of so many great aspects of it. The scale of it, the music, the interesting fights, the sense of a grand adventure just knock it out the park. The villian is formidible and ever present, and the side characters have weird quirks and mostly die off like a table top campaign. Evie and Jonathan feel like regular people being swept into a fantastical journey instead of whats her face from jungle cruise who without any explanation can beat up the boys too and OH MY WE GOTTA BRING UP THAT SHE WEARS PANTS 10 TIMES MINIMUM. Just about every line and event in The Mummy is memorable and I’m having trouble remembering much of Jungle Cruise already.

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/k/anteen Mk 5, critical psy-emission edition Strelok 07/26/2021 (Mon) 17:07:03 No.17549 [Reply] [Last]
Welcome to /k/anteen, this thread is a catch-all for general discussion that our brothers either do not believe needs its own thread, or isn't particularly relevant to the board topics at hand. Rule 1 is more stringently enforced here by the preachers. >why new thread Old thread bumplocked >>16158 >FORT WORTH, Texas - A group of people in Fort Worth stoned a gunman to death after a shooting killed one and injured two others. >Just before 1 a.m. Monday, investigators say the man started firing at a crowd in Fort Worth's Como neighborhood on the southwest side near Bryant Irvin Road and the Chisholm Trail Parkway. >One person died in the shooting and two others were hurt, but are expected to survive. >The crowd then started throwing gardening stones and killed the gunman. >It's not clear what exactly led up to the shooting. Police have only said it started with some kind of disturbance. >Police also say the people involved all knew each other. At this point no names have been released of those involved in the incident. Another source is claiming bricks were used. Como is a predominately black neigborhood so you know what that means. >be dindu nutin jamal >angry cause your crack whore gf got a train run by tyrone and co. >what did you say nigga?

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A World War II Nazi tank discovered in a retiree's basement leads to legal spat. There was also a torpedo and an anti-aircraft gun.' >An 84-year-old German man is the focus of a legal debate after a raid found a Panther tank in his basement. >Prosecutors say the retiree broke the German War Weapons Control Act. > A US museum is interested in buying the tank. >A German retiree is at the center of a legal wrangle after police found World War Two Panther tank, an anti-aircraft gun, and a torpedo in his basement in 2015. >A team of prosecutors and lawyers is working to negotiate a penalty for the 84-year-old, which could include a suspended sentence and a fine of up to €500,000 ($594,050). >A debate has arisen whether the military collector has broken Germany's War Weapons Control Act. The defense argues that the weapons are no longer functional, therefore not in breach of this legislation, and would accept a lower fine of €50,000, according to an RT-DE report. >However, this is contested by prosecutors, who argue that the weapons could still be used. ccording to his lawyer, a US museum wants to buy the war-era Panther tank, with militaria collectors interested in the 70 assault rifles and numerous pistols owned by the defendant, Die Welt newspaper reported. >The armaments were discovered in the retiree's basement in 2015 after local authorities were informed of its war-time contents after the property was searched for Nazi-era art, according to the BBC.

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>>17807 >when I say "self-driving cars", I specifically mean the "lay back and let the vehicle drive you to places" Waymo cars have been doing just that though.
Am i the only one here that heard the story of a guy in Argentina claiming to be Hitler a few weeks ago? >>17811 >discussion about public infrastructure I almost want to get back to that
>>17817 >Am i the only one here that heard the story of a guy in Argentina claiming to be Hitler a few weeks ago? Show the guy.
>>17818 Haven't seen him, i just heard about it a few weeks ago and expected this and other places to be full of memes about it but wasn't the case, then >>17815 reminded me of the story.

Middle East/Africa 2 for 1 special Strelok 11/15/2020 (Sun) 03:52:15 No.9172 [Reply] [Last]
Thread dedicated to conflicts involving Middle Eastern and African country's. We haven't had a middle east thread for months now so feel free to post some interesting developments that we may have missed during the threads absence. Just make sure that if you are posting old events have the date of the event listed as to not cause confusion. >Military Situation In Syria On November 13, 2020 >November 13, artillery of Turkish-backed forces shelled SDF positons north of Tal Tamar >November 13, clashes between SAA and Turkish-backed forces were erupted near Tadef >November 13, artillery Turkish-backed forces shelled SDF positions north of Minnagh airbase >November 13, Russian warplanes pounded militant targets near the village of Al-Barah >November 13, Russian forces struck areas near Idlib central prison with two Iskandar missiles, pro-militant sources speculated (the usage of Iskander missiles remains unconfirmed). >Russian Missile, Air Strikes Hit Western Outskirts Of HTS-Held Idlib City >On November 13 afternoon, a missile struck the western outskirts of the northwestern Syrian city of Idlib, which is occupied by al-Qaeda-affiliated Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) >75 Syrian Soldiers, ISIS Terrorists Killed In Central Syrian Clashes In Last Two Weeks >"48 regime soldiers and allied militiamen were killed, while 27 ISIS members were killed,” the SOHR said in the report, “the death toll is expected to rise as some injured are in serious condition, amid reports of further fatalities"

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>>17796 this man is literally every Strelok in that situation.
>>17796 That man knows what it means to be alive more than most in that moment.
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>>17796 The latest outbreak of violence in Lebanon was triggered by the following assasination at a wedding: >High tension tonight in #Lebanon after an incident in a wedding in Jiyyeh related to previous clashes in Khaldeh. A Sunni man (Arab tribes) killed a Shiaa/Hezb fighter as a revenge for his brother. The sectarian language online is worrying
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>>17808 >assassination at a wedding Oh no, will the Germans Syrians have to intervene?
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>(Possible) evidence that Pakistan has deployed its own nationals to help the Taliban seize control in Afghanistan >Lists of people who went to fight Afghan army and were killed in the last few months. All are Pakistani nationals and there is no Afghan refugee. Yes Mr. @ImranKhanPTI, Pakistan is not a sanctuary, Pakistan is waging this war by itself against Afghanistan This might explain why the Taliban have suddenly started being "professional" recently and avoiding car bombings, like the VC being replaced with the NVA.

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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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>>16565 Ubisoft have pretty consistently done the animations in their games well. >>16587 Classic Splinter Cell had great lighting tech for its time. We're talking up until ~2005 though.
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Hello /k/ anons. We have a new retro vidya board on the webring. A lot of great raifus in those. Also no depressing news, no political sperging, just wholesome posting about the golden age of gaming. Do come and get /k/omfy if you're into all manner of retro games.
Does this military system seem reasonable for a minor power of ~1960s tech level on an alternate Earth where real (if not necessarily paired together as they they are in reality) military equipment exists but no actual nations/historical events do? Does it seem too similar to any real country, or does it combine enough things to avoid looking like anything specific? >core doctrine is conscript riflemen supported by professionals with machine guns, artillery, and vehicles >universal conscription for all able bodied citizens >conscripts are trained during compulsory education (middle/high school), followed by refresher courses every year (only married women with children are exempt) until 45 >at 16 all conscripts given bolt action rifle (.308 Kar 98K) and ammo tin that is to remain sealed, but are encouraged to purchase ammo and target shoot with it >conscripts can purchase an "improved rifle" (FAL), and/or upgrades (scope) from an approved rifle if they wish to use it during service (off-list rifles can be purchased but aren't usable in service) <previous leadership bought loads of surplus arms cheap after a major war (where this country was neutral) a generation ago and the current is not willing to blow the budget to upgrade and rifles are given proper ownership after retirement because there's so many of them >professionals trained as machinegunners/marksmen/vehicle crew/logistics crew etc. >college and trade schools with militarily applicable fields have officer courses that, while theoretically optional, are universally taken by men because nobody wants to be an enlisted conscript when war were declared >pistols (some .380) considered domain of NCOs and officers and they are encouraged to be always prepared (open carry in civilian life)
>>17809 It's Switzerland combined with the Montenegrin approach to arming the population. If you put it in notEurope then people will think of Switzerland. If you give it an Eastern flavour then people will think of durkas. If you put it in notNorth America then people will think of America. What I want to say that people will associate with something no matter what, so you really shouldn't worry about that.
>>17809 Sounds like a mix of the Swiss approach to keeping its populace armed, mixed with Soviet era conscription doctrin, with an American approach to gun control (the constitutional one, not the one tainted by gun laws). If you write a book, publish a copy here pl0x.

Cool, mysterious white male protagonist Anonymous 08/02/2021 (Mon) 17:48:32 No.1831 [Reply]
Because cinema needs this type of character. All suggestions are welcome.
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Anonymous 06/22/2021 (Tue) 11:04:28 No.3112 [Reply] [Last]
Britfeel General #117 Good morning, Good evening, wherever you may be, across the nation and around the commonwealth. How are you doing? What's going on? What you feeling? Any good wanks lately, good shits? U been wotchin tha footie m8s? Remember IGNORE ALL NON GENERAL POSTS.
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>>3291 Nice lad, I'm off til the 21st myself. NEET-larpers assemble.
>>3292 Nice one mate, do you have anything planned? I'm not doing anything, just wanted some time away from work.
woke up absolutely bursting for the toilet, so much so that i weighed myself first i was 4lbs lighter after
>>3293 I'm trying to get my uni accommodation sorted, so hopefully that'll be done by time I go back, then I can hand in my notice.
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/film/ on Letterboxd Anonymous 09/02/2020 (Wed) 19:26:42 No.608 [Reply]
[JW16 ~ 01/06/2020] /film/ Top 250 /film/ Favorite Shorts I'm surprised this account hasn't been shadowbanned or deleted just yet. Will we continue adding films to the top 250?
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>>1559 >Umut is objectively a bad film, you can see it for yourself as well. Seems plausible. I haven't seen Umut but I was underwhelmed by Yol, another highly-rated film from Güney. The backstory of production from prison while avoiding the authorities is more interesting than the film itself.
>>1560 Yilmaz Guney is like that, he's more interesting as a character than what he puts out. He's this extremely far-left figure in the country, people really respect and praise him as a "man of the proletariat" despite hanging out exclusively with the bourgeoisie and spending his time in casinos gambling large sums of money away. Think the only reason why Yol even won a Palme D'Or was just some kind of political bullcrap like look at the line-up here: Yol over Fitzcarraldo??? come on!
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>>1556 Have you seen Shooter? Has quite similar themes
BO, should the letterboxd account be updated with more reviews?
>>1823 Sure. If anyone objects to their old /film/ reviews being posted on the letterboxd account, or if you have particular reviews that you want to be added, let me know here.

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Comfy vidya thread Anon 06/27/2020 (Sat) 15:23:10 No.1760 [Reply] [Last]
ITT we discuss video games that possess the comfy factor. For me it's all manners of RTS games, taking time to gather resources and build a cool base is great fun. Driving games are cool too, I have fond memories of pic related (although I was pretty bad at it as a kid).
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Exploration in Souls games is quite comfy even if enemy encounters might not be for you. I think this is arguably one of the things that makes Sekiro so good since you can sneak around unseen or grapple away from most encounters if you just want to explore and sight see. The environments themselves are extremely comfy.
>>5320 The reason why i play witha keyboard is i broke the ps controller while playing ds2.
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>>5324 While you were playing DS2 or because you were playing DS2?
>>5331 After wasting my life watching buff men i created die in stoopyest ways, i had a schizoid attack and broke the controller thinkingu was winning.
>>5332 Was it the hitboxes that got ya or was it the lack of invincibility during door opening animations?

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Fan Art Anonymous 09/20/2019 (Fri) 03:39:47 No.180 [Reply] [Last]
A thread for cuckquean fan art (of cartoons, comics, video games, whatever). I'll dump what I have saved from 8chan. Feel free to contribute.
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>>2662 Here, have the improved version, anon.
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>>2683 Yesssss. Owl House is adorable and Amity needs to get cucked.
Now this is an obscure one. Mummies Alive!

Liru the Werewolf Anon 08/01/2021 (Sun) 19:22:15 No.5325 [Reply]
I am here to appreciate Liru and all she has done to make imageboards so great for the last 14 or so years. If you wood like to contribute or talk about her, by all means. Thank you,
>>5325 hello lainchan poster. what other sites do you frequent?
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>>5326 Maybe 7 or so. Usually it's a few days in between me checking but today is Sunday so... Have you ever wanted to learn more about Liruism?
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>>5325 Liru is cute. CUTE!
>>5327 Was tired last night, had to sleep early. Sure, why not? I think it's all about that 3d werewolf girl, isn't it?

Soviet/Russian Art Anonymous 07/24/2021 (Sat) 09:33:57 No.1699 [Reply]
The Russians are great at art. This is a thread for their crafts, mainly films/tv, but other interesting forms of art are welcome too. The Criterion's restoration of War and Peace is simply gorgeous.
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>>1699 >The Criterion's restoration of War and Peace is simply gorgeous. Indeed, I'm finally getting around to watching it. I think there will never again be a film like this.
>>1746 Thanks for the guide; Russian animation is (or was) peak art. They really treat each frame like a painting. The story of Soyuzmultfilm studio is very sad: >In 1992 Films by Jove, an American company ran by Oleg Vidov and his wife Joan Borsten, signed a nine-year contract with the new Soyuzmultfilm director Stanislav Rozhkov that gave them exclusive distribution and editing rights for the major part of the studio's collection. They were supposed to share incomes, but only after their expenses would've been paid off. As a result, animators received nothing for their past works. In 1993 they elected a new director, a shady businessman Sergei Skulyabin who promised to turn the studio into a joint-stock company. Instead he signed a new contract with Vidov, extending it from nine to twenty years and returning a number of non-profitable films. His plan was to sell exclusive rights for all past and future films to his dummy corporation and bankrupt the studio.[61][62] >When animators realized it, they managed to overthrow him with the help from the Union of Cinematographers and Goskino, although the Ministry of State Property still refused to step in and return the studio the state status. Skulyabin also refused to leave the director's chair up until 30 June 1999 when Sergei Stepashin finally signed a long-awaited order that turned Soyuzmultfilm into a unitary enterprise. By that time the production completely stopped.[62] In 2001 the Supreme Court of Arbitration of Russia returned the rights to the whole collection back to Soyuzmultfilm which led to a legal battle with Films by Jove. Only in 2007 Vidov and Borsten agreed to sell the collection to the Russian business magnate Alisher Usmanov who donated it to the state-run children's channel Bibigon.[61][63] Around the same time the studio came back to life. ( Oleg Vidov was an actor to defected to America and still came back to Russia to bite a piece off a big cake. How much I despise this kind of people.
>>1751 No problem, anon. I just realized that half the links are dead by now. But at least there are titles so it shouldn't be too hard to find them.
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>>1819 Full movie with Eng subs on youtube. Epic, exquisite and riveting. Still haven't been released on Bluray though.

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Documentaries Thread Anonymous 09/01/2020 (Tue) 22:43:44 No.542 [Reply] [Last]
[JW02 ~ 04/16/2020] A thread to post and request good documentaries on the variety of subjects. I'll start with some choice docus on ancient Egypt. All are selected for quality of presentation, study of subject as well as absence of current year agendas, we wuz kangz niggers etc. Romer's Egypt (3 episodes; 1982) and Ancient Lives (4 episodes; 1984) – the finest and quintessential ancient Egypt presentation; a soothing, in-depth look into ancient Egypt’s life and culture. It has that unmistakable classy 80s look that elevates it above the rest. Egypt: Beyond the Pyramids (4 episodes; 2001) – somewhat similar to Romer’s; not as in-depth or classy but still an enjoyable watch. The Robot, The Dentist and the Pyramid (1 episode; 2020) – an excellent amateur documentary about the latest attempt to explore the shaft of the Great Pyramid. Immortal Egypt (4 episodes; 2016) – despite being modern and hosted by a wommyn, it surprisingly manages to somehow avoid the current year pozz and is very much watchable. Probably the best HD series on the matter.

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Cheating Vegas (3 episodes; 2013) – a pretty interesting series about the most famous attempts at cheating and robbing Las Vegas casinos. All real stories with real footage. Some fascinating stuff you can make movies out of, particularly in the last two episodes. Few stories do seem like something out of Ocean's Eleven, but they actually happened. You gotta be borderline retarded to try and rob Vegas casinos tbh. Ep.1 – Ep.2 – Ep.3 –
Murder on the Victorian Railway (1 episode; 2013) – a decent docu about the first case of train car murder in British history, which was a big case in the 19th century apparently. It's presented in form of a mystery novel of sorts, interwoven with narration about the Victorian society, which was a pretty cool story device and indeed interesting to follow. However, they overdid it with dramatization to a point where this can be considered almost a short film. Not really a fan of wasting time this way but at least it's well made.
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Mechanical Marvels: Clockwork Dreams (1 episode; 2013) – an otherwise interesting look into the history of automata if not for the impossibly stuffy and self-important professor host, who takes 20 million years to get the most basic point across and makes a pretty simple narration harder to comprehend. But as always with modern high-end docus, the ability to see every minute detail well filmed in HD – especially with topic at hand – somewhat compensates for that.
>>1741 Would never have watched this otherwise. Thanks for sharing.
>>1817 No problem, anon.

Y2K was 20 years ago Fellow Time Traveler 12/31/2019 (Tue) 17:16:06 No.258 [Reply]
With a new decade upon us and the 2000's being officially "retro" in the eyes of mainstream pop culture, I'm wondering what 2000's nostalgia will be like in the 2020's? 80's nostalgia got big in the 2000's and is still going strong with all that weird "vaporwave" art that appeared in the early 2010's and stuff like Stranger Things in the late 2010's. More relevant to this board, 1990's nostalgia first became a big thing this decade but it was more prominent on the internet than TV or movies. Now we're seeing 2000's nostalgia start to take root in the very late 2010's. I've noticed a lot of Zoomers posting 2000's nostalgia compilations on YouTube in 2018-2019 and it kind of reminds me of the first big wave of 90's nostalgia that got big online in 2010-2012 or so. Hell, /retro/ itself is simply a newer version of /y2k/ over on the old board, but expanded to also include the 90's. I'm wondering if we'll see more 2000's nostalgia and whether or not the media will start pandering to it. Pic unrelated
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>>262 >I don't think there's that big of a gap between the 90s and the 00s, culturally speaking. Around the time the iPhone was released in 2007, the 00s started moving culturally to the 2010s, where everyone and their dog was online. Looking at everything as fitting into rigid decades (80s, 90s, 00s, 10s) will skew your perspective. You also have to take location into account, especially for prehistoric Internet times. There were places people would visit and offhandedly mention "The place is 15 years behind the times.", upon returning. The early 90s were way different than the later part of the decade. The 90s has a fairly distinct before-the-Internet, and after. The main difference in 90s and 00s Internet, was speed. The majority of people were on dial-up internet in the 90s and it wasn't until the very end and early 00s that Cable and DSL became more common and affordable, similar to how fiber still hasn't reach many places. That speed difference meant a constant connection and the viability of downloading media. MP3 players are very distinct of the 00s, before the functionality was merged into smartphones. >The 2000s were pretty much nothing more than a bridge between the 90s and 10s. The early to mid 00s will be known for the GWoT, TSA, Homeland Security, ...
>>1861 >The early 90s were way different than the later part of the decade. I actually remember being a young kid around 1998 or 1999 and noticing how different things were starting to feel.
Somehow the 90's already felt old to me back in the early 00s, I'm talking 2001-2003 or so. I had a vivid feeling that we had moved into "modern" times overnight, everything had become sleeker and new, there were modern star wars movies, modern ninja turtles, modern power rangers, modern game magazines that looked so different from the magazines from 3 years earlier. Modern redesigns of logos, modern types of games, etc etc etc.

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lesbian cuckquean thread Anonymous 11/19/2019 (Tue) 05:32:49 No.486 [Reply] [Last]
"Please sleep with my girlfriend!"
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>>2694 Thanks for taking car of this. Not something I would really like to see here. I'm currently out of eye-bleach.
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>>2694 >A woman being forced to somehow fall pregnant by a stallion so that her vagina is destroyed in giving birth to its foal is considered NOT CUCKQUEANING I loled. You should put that verbatim in the rules.
>>2694 Well now that just makes me more curious.
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>>486 Reminder that lesbians who take cocks are heckin valid af

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Cuckquean Hentai Captions Anonymous 08/01/2021 (Sun) 16:23:38 No.2707 [Reply]
Go ahead and share them here. I'll start things off.
>>2707 These are mainly made for men, right? Any aimed at women?
>>2708 There are quite a few over in the OC thread at >>140 - I'll repost a few here.

Mainstream cuckqueaning thread Anonymous 01/16/2020 (Thu) 05:58:02 No.695 [Reply] [Last]
Post any non-pornographic movies, tv shows, commercials, books, comics, etc. involving cuckqueaning.

I'll start with this Pewdiepie video which I found interesting. It's about ads for a mobile game, Lily's Garden. They feature the main character having her fiance cheat on her with her own mother. In a later ad she falls for a hot new guy, and then in yet another ad the new guy is making out with her friend. The actual game may have nothing to do with this, it just looks like a puzzle game. Interesting that cuckqueaning is popular enough that it's being used as clickbait though. I've noticed similar ads for other mobile games in the past too.
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Apparently a rule 63 spinoff of Adventure Time is on the way. Which, if it followed what happened in regular Adventure Time, should lead to Fionna getting cucked. Although I wouldn't place bets on it.
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This movie is cheesy af but it has some nice teasing scenes and a cuckquean scene (around 56:00 mark). Very obviously targeted at females though. Btw, are there females on this board?
>>2713 >Btw, are there females on this board? Tradition has it that we cannot confirm nor deny anything until you post a picture of your dick or remove yourself from the premises.

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Least Favorite Directors Anonymous 07/30/2021 (Fri) 19:40:46 No.1771 [Reply]
I recreate this thread from the old site. Post directors that you dislike. There are ones whose works are considered "great" by some but don't appeal to you for some reason or you think are overrated; there are also directors who are inept at their job and make awful films. Controversial opinions are welcome. I think these two are overrated. Lars von Tryhard is an edgy kike and so are his movies. Taratino is underwhelming to me, his films are riddled with pointless, shitty humor (or the films are the pointless, humor themselves), typical of underwhelming "American independent cinema".
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>>1803 >the hacks have taken over and declared their xanax stares as a sublimation Love that wording, yes and it bothers me because it is a TV & Film thing only, classically trained actors need some exaggeration and/or full body performance because they need to convey a feeling to someone sitting 30m from them, i get it gets toned down for cameras but the technique of the intention is there. Acting classes from scratch taking into consideration the camera from the beginning seems like a mistake unless it gets real technical with "micro-expressions" and body language and those can be read only by cunning people or experts at that so it's niche anyways, only meant spies and politicians or something. >because it's more of a showcase for f/x than anything else. Felt like that, and didn't know that Bottin aspect. I respect Carpenter for his seemingly-rare status in the Hollywood scene as the closest thing to an "auteur" as he composes, writes and directs his own stuff but they seem incomplete or cool ideas taken to very long lengths due to lack of solid attributes to avoid being ran thin. Needing tons of FX to hold together the movie is one of the sickness of big-budget movies. >>1804 >Absolutely nothing wrong with that. Not at all, FX just like animation can be art, but both need narrative justifications if they are going to be in a narrative-driven product, technically-advanced animators needed a war in a future urban setting to animate a helicopter fighting against a big bipedal suit, and FX needs an outer world thing to create such thing but if it is 90 minutes long then one needs more than a sturdy premise. Constant (and interesting but that falls into the subjective) plot and character movements are needed in every type of feature length projects and Carpenter seems to miss that aspect, most notably in Escape from NY. To me his ideas are grander than his abilities to conceptualize them fully and i think he didn't want help to complete them either, like for example George Lucas who got tons of support (and some "loaned" aspects) from other people to the point of entire books being written and illustrated by specialists without him meddling. >it becomes just as much of an artform as the whatever conventional beliefs about "film art" are. It would fall into the experimental/conceptual field which is not wrong at all, but you certainly wouldn't feel good if someone sold that to you as otherwise. I got mad as fuck for downloading an album once (using private tracker credit) and realizing it was a conceptual project about a "what-if", in that case a drummer and a bassist who didn't have hands and the trumpeter was out of air all the time. It's a cool experiment if watched live but fuck their jewish existence for trying to peddle it as a 40-minute jazz album.
>>1806 >but both need narrative justifications Not really. A film doesn't have to have any narrative to be "good", and there are many films like that. But certainly The Thing has a perfect narrative to justify any and all number of vfx on display.
>>1807 >A film doesn't have to have any narrative to be "good" That's an interesting take, maybe i use narrative as a wild umbrella for another term i don't know the name for. Can i get an example of a "good" non-narrative film to try and get to understand it?
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>>1804 >Absolutely nothing wrong with that. If you prefer smoked brisket to a hot dog then there is definitely something wrong with it. >Chaplin's films are a showcase of slapstick than anything else. I was never fond of Chaplin so this example isn't doing much for me. >If you're good and passionate about something, you can make a film about that and it becomes just as much of an artform as the whatever conventional beliefs about "film art" are. Not necessarily. It can more readily become entertainment and a roughly 2 hour distraction. The Thing is nothing more than a well-lit monster movie (Bottin, not Carpenter, lit the best scenes). It's not great art, but there's well made, albeit revolting, art inside of it (the effects). Take away the effects, replace them with half-budget knock-offs and the movie would quickly become just another monster movie that shows the monster too much. On the other hand, if the movie did have an excellent narrative and complex characters that made sense, the monster wouldn't need to be anything short of mildly convincing. It could've easily been Carpenter's greatest fear, just another guy in a rubber suit. It's easier to make a spectacle than to make something great. I couldn't care less about conventional beliefs regarding film art. Just as I eagerly anticipate the collapse of global civilization, I await the next great era in film. >>1807 >A film doesn't have to have any narrative to be "good" What are some narrative-less films that are good? >The Thing has a perfect narrative to justify any and all number of vfx on display That doesn't mean that its narrative is any good. It makes it the best special effects advertisement for Rob Bottin's work ever made. Legend coming in at a second close, beaten only by quantity and originality. Both narratives are as thin as a broke salesman's pitch. The Thing is more like an extended music video set to the soundtrack of Bottin's LSD-ravaged mind than a really great film. Even though it makes some sense for the plot, the characters aren't all that different from watching a bunch of whipped dogs barking at each other while trapped in a tight cage. I don't even remember one scene where someone actually behaves like a human going through the ebbs and violent flows of such an unimaginably traumatic and life changing situation. Some critics praise the supposed complexities of the character interactions, but I argue that the characters and their interactions are grossly simplified.

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>>1799 >That's Carpenter for me alright, i have yet to see They Live and Big Trouble in Little China despite being my favorite premises because i've been letdown by all the movies i've seen from him, most notably The Thing, Halloween and Escape from Jew York (along with Escape from L.A.) They Live is a movie I've watched like three times and hardly remember anything past the earlier scenes. Halloween might be the only movie of his I wasn't let down by. I remember liking Big Trouble in Little China the one time I watched it, but everything else I've seen from him has been alright at best. I plan on watching Starman at some point, but there's a good chance I'll be let down by that too. >>1803 >The movie was also faulted because it's more of a showcase for f/x than anything else. I'll give it credit for its fantastic special effects, although I don't find the movie compelling at all. I'd easily rather watch The Thing from Another World if it wasn't for how good the effects were.

Cuckquean Stories Anonymous 09/07/2019 (Sat) 02:08:09 No.110 [Reply] [Last]
Are stories the best medium for cuckquean porn? This thread is for the good ones you've found.
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> > A woman's husband knows of her desire to be cheated on so he hires a "masseuse" that he takes as a mistress and impregnates alongside his wife. This is an amazing story. Last chapter is extremely good!
>>790 I really wish someone would give the sauce for these videos, I've tried to look for them myself but to no avail.
>>826 >>2343 >Coming back one year later almost to the day to repeat your sauce request That's some dedication. I don't know about where the webms themselves came from but I can tell you that the second one is Jezebel Vessir and the third is Maserati XXX. Wife encourages her husband to get closer with their daughter by going on "dates", but winds up eating his cum out of her at the end. There's a kinda weird self insert by the author but a good story overall.

Anonymous 07/25/2021 (Sun) 01:38:46 No.1240 [Reply]
Are there any documents written about Jesus in the time that Jesus was alive?
>>1240 Also is the post in the OP pic true about the top image?
>in the time that Jesus was alive? So, at any time, Eternally, other than the 3-day period between His crucifixion and resurrection? But we get what you mean, friend. I would expect Matthew and Luke probably began making notes during the 3 years, and certainly it's likely the satanic jews as well as Pilate's court made some records.
The board population is pretty small now, back in the day you'd get a load of replies. Have you tried looking into those guys who are supposedly not contemporary?
>>1249 I should do that, i did look into Josephus. It's was just a concern of one anon who said they're not contemporary. >The board population is pretty small now, back in the day you'd get a load of replies. Where did everyone go?
>>1250 >Where did everyone go? Originally we were on the original 8chan. When that kicked the bucked some people migrated to bunker boards like this one while others just left. When 8chan was "brought back" as 8kun some people went to the /christian/ board there for a while, but 8kun has been losing users ever since and now the only board that isn't dead is the Qboomer board.

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Universalism fixes the problem of evil Anonymous 07/30/2021 (Fri) 15:18:03 No.1252 [Reply]
Evil and suffering does not matter if it only serves as a lesson for humanity, therefore it is not a problem at all as everyone will get saved and reconciled with God eventualy. The problem of hell is more important than the problem of evil, and there is no good explanation for why an omnipotent good God would allow anyone to be not saved as he is supposed to be loved and compassionate towards all. Free will argument does not work because the God knows of our fates even before he created humanity, therefore creating people just so that they will be suffering in hell for eternity makes him evil. There is no divine plan that can justify those horrendous means. If you aren't an universalist, you are basically worshipping an evil tyrant and making up excuses for him, when he is clearly the one who bears the responsibility. It is not possible to absolve an omnipotent being of responsibility. The existence of suffering can be justified, the existence of hell cannot.
>>1252 t. David Bentley Hart
>>1252 Just a side question: If you believe good and evil are real objective things, then how exactly do they transcend the creator of all things? If God is not good, then is good and evil not just subjective personal preferences? In which case why should I care if you personally dislike something that God does? This question would probably be better for a moral ontology thread but whatever

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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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>>15936 Why are you namefagging?
>>15957 Don't even give namefags the time of day. They aren't worth a response to. It would seem the courts intend to depose of her. The Burmese military would be best off leaving her alive in jail since if they kill her she'll be seen as a martyr.
Myanmar military ruler extends coup with promise of elections in 2023 >Myanmar’s junta chief has said elections will be held and a state of emergency lifted by August 2023 – extending the timeline given when the military deposed Aung San Suu Kyi six months ago. In a televised address, junta leader Min Aung Hlaing said “we will accomplish the provisions of the state of emergency by August 2023”. “I pledge to hold multiparty elections without fail,” he added. The general’s announcement would place Myanmar in the military’s grip for nearly two and a half years – instead of the initial one year the junta announced days after the coup. He said the junta was ready to work with any special envoy named by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean). “Myanmar is ready to work on Asean cooperation within the Asean framework, including the dialogue with the Asean special envoy in Myanmar.” Asean foreign ministers are to meet on Monday, when diplomats say they aim to finalise a special envoy tasked with ending violence and promoting dialogue between the junta and its opponents. In April, the junta agreed to a five point “consensus” with Asean, which called for an end to violence, political talks and the naming of a regional special envoy. >Myanmar has endured six months of turmoil since the military deposed Aung San Suu Kyi’s government and ended the country’s decade-old experiment with democracy. The junta has consolidated its position after a lethal crackdown on street protests, which have continued in a limited form despite the violence that has seen almost 1,000 people killed. In late July the junta cancelled the results of 2020 polls, claiming more than 11m instances of voter fraud. “Myanmar’s junta has responded to massive popular opposition to the coup with killings, torture, and arbitrary detention of people who merely want last year’s election results to be respected and a government that reflects the popular will,” said Brad Adams, Asia director at Human Rights Watch. “These attacks on the population amount to crimes against humanity for which those responsible should be brought to account.” Adding to the chaos in the country, tens of thousands of civil servants and other workers have either been sacked for joining protests or are still on strike in support of a nationwide civil disobedience campaign. A coronavirus outbreak has overwhelmed the healthcare system, with many hospitals empty due to a work boycott by pro-democracy medical staff. In June, the UN general assembly passed a rare motion condemning the coup and demanding the restoration of the country’s democratic transition. I guess the fun is over, at least for the time being.
>>17784 >I guess the fun's over It's the same situation as it was back in April. They haven't actually changed anything and it's all talk right now. The doctors left en masse back in March/April, the ethnic minorities are still fighting micro-wars against the Junta, and the Junta is still exploiting the land for Jade and other valuables.

TOP MEME Yu Gi 08/01/2021 (Sun) 18:24:46 No.1870 [Reply]

Posts That Don't Deserve Their Own Thread. (PTDDTOT) Legoman 06/10/2020 (Wed) 21:04:18 No.563 [Reply] [Last]
Lockdown edition
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>>1229 Reading between the lines makes it sound like "We're not doing anything else with this new property for the rest of this year, which is the time when you would MOST expect us to push this new product, but we're definitely going to do 'something' with it next year, or at least two years from now (or maybe longer)." Sounds like they're going to back-burner it and then quietly reassign everyone in the department after all the merch has worked its way out of public view and people have forgotten about it.
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>>1233 Wave 2 bandmates are to be released in October, by the way. After that they can keep the app users (Yes, kids use it. I think it's because of social media addiction) occupied with updates and 'new' songs until they actually have something new to release. But that's just my optimism talking, if anything I'm already satisfied with the unique minifigures and the fact there's been ZERO stickers in the entire theme.
>>1235 I was mostly talking about wave 3, since wave 2 stuff already started showing up in the wild. I really love all the 2x2 tiles. >cmf breakdance girl graphic Neat
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>>1220 JoJo referenece... to Lego
Countiing up... >Orders on the LEGO store >Bricklink purchases >Random other purchases This has been an expensive retail therapy week. Dem new Marvel sets tho'.

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Anonymous 08/01/2021 (Sun) 14:27:31 No.195 [Reply]
Pi network is a cryptocurrency that you can earn with your phone, just install the "Pi network" app on your phone, enter the code "Berssange" and enter the app once a day to prove that you are not a bot and that's it, you’ll earn an amount of currency per hour, the app is lightweight and doesn’t waste resources, the currency is new and priceless, it’s a good time to enter, then just sell the currency when it enters the market. Good opportunity to get Pi for free and profit much later.

Tank/afv thread Strelok 05/21/2020 (Thu) 08:20:08 No.561 [Reply] [Last]
A discussion thread about the most powerfull land vehicles and it's derivatives. Prototypes, historical, modern just needs to be an afv.
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>>17262 They allow for more range of motion and larger guns, but otherwise they are not conducive to the sorts of battles we fight today. Oscillating turrets shine in open plains and suburban/rural environments where the top floors of houses are maybe 30-40 feet off the ground, however otherwise they have less elevation due to weight distribution, tend to get gunked up more easily when dust and shit is flying around, can't be armored as heavily, can't protect the crew as efficiently from biohazard attacks (chemicals, radiation, bioweapons), and require a taller profile. They were originally instituted because it allowed for larger guns with more range to combat the absolutely beastly Soviet tank designs that had giant (inaccurate) guns on them. In today's warfare environment they are still useful for light armor anti-infantry operations in fairly open spaces, but their disadvantages (especially the weaker armor, taller profile, and less grounded center of mass) make them easy pickings against insurgents in a largely urban or mountainous environment. They might see a comeback with specialized roles depending on where wars are fought in the future. In North America or southern South America for instance, the oscillating design would be highly efficient outside of the metropolises.
>>17265 >They might see a comeback with specialized roles depending on where wars are fought in the future. In North America or southern South America for instance, the oscillating design would be highly efficient outside of the metropolises. Or if you make an unmanned one where most of the drawbacks don't really matter. Although even so, they are not that useful in an urban environment due to their limited elevation. Y With modern robotics you could make an unmanned turret where the breech of the gun depresses into the turret ring to the point that the barrel is vertical, yet it wouldn't really impact the RoF, and that would be useful both in cities and against aerial targets. No, I'm not saying that every tank should also function as a SPAAG all the time, but with the threat of dronespams having extra AA is always a welcome.
>>17266 >Unmanned so you can depress the turret into the body So long as you make it easy to remove in the field for cleaning, that would indeed be an excellent use for the oscillating turret design since it could target both infantry and drones.
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What would be best way to mix IFVs armed with either an autocannon in the 30-60mm range or a turret that has some higher calibre weapon for fire support (e.g. a 105mm cannon or a 120mm mortar)? Let's suppose that only the turrets differ between the two variants otherwise they are the exact same vehicle. A platoon consists of 3 vehicles, and a company is 3 platoons with an additional one for a total of 10. I can see two variations: >the company and platoon commander vehicles are fire support variants, the other 6 have autocannons >the company and platoon commander vehicles have autocannon, and one of the vehicles in each platoon have a big gun The only real-world example I know of were the Rooikat-equipped South African units, but I can't find much information about how those operated. >>17267 I don't think that would work with an oscillating turret, because the whole upper part of the turret would have to be depressed into the turret ring, instead of only the gun breech. I can see something like the Kugelblitz, but I don't see how that would be superior to simply raising only the gun barrel.
Can you make effective floating screens out kevlar, or it wouldn't give enough protection against small arms and artillery fire during a river crossing?

Suspense/Thriller General Anonymous 07/19/2021 (Mon) 12:29:53 No.1651 [Reply]
Films that keep you on the edge of your seats. Be it action, crime, spy, political, psychological... all thrills are welcome.
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>>1727 Miike always inserts unexpected weird stuff into his movies. I don't like his sense of humor sometimes, it's vulgar and bizarre. An Asian thriller that I enjoy recently is Johnnie To's Drug War. It's his first film shot in mainland China and featuring a lot of Chinese actors from the mainland. One can also argue the politics of it in the movie: Hong Kong criminals used and surveilled by Chinese cops, Hong Kong characters are written to have more human-like hobbies and personalities compared to the robotic Chinese counterparts, the spacious, empty background of Chinese towns etc. You can also just enjoy it as a pure thriller with a lot of deceptions, twists and turns, and tension that really keep you on the edge of your seat (I particularly like the scenes with HaHa in the hotel). I heard the ending had to be changed to appease mainland censors so that the bad guy can't get away after all his doings, as oppose to what the director wanted. It's still a good ending regardless.
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>>1767 >it's vulgar and bizarre. That's why i love the guy, he just goes for it but i do also dislike his approach when it is uncalled for as in no previous context or need to in terms of de-synthesizing the viewer or a character in particular. I have heard tons of things from Johnnie To, he's the Election guy right? i usually watch asian stuff by director and i still haven't tackled him as Tsui Hark and Chang Cheh have proven to be long experiences for me. I think i have that movie in the backburner but haven't downloaded it, will make sure to have special attention for it. Aaand if you want vulgar, homosexual and sometimes bizarre visages look no further to Johnny To's hong kong gossip rumors, that's why i knew of him in the beginning, he's had very nasty and hilarious stories (that i guess are most fake) that fortunately are usually shadowed by his films. When i researched the asian action scene in the beginning there was always jokes about him, old IMDB forums had some of them. To save you absolute time and the displeasure of wondering why some people say such things from him rather than discussing the movies, imagine the recent american controversy of Harvey Weinstein but instead girls and him being a producer, imagine dudes/action stars and him being a director. Plus in China doing homo stuff is much more controversial than in the west, hence the secrecy from some. >dat spoiler That's almost dead certain, chicoms hate the bad guys getting away with it cooly, which i can understand to be fair as i like justice too but it is kinda forced to be fair sometimes. Most famous example of it happening although i liked it way more than the original ending would be Infernal Affairs, which is a thriller too now that i remember it, it's honestly quite cheesy as to appeal to campy asian mainstream sensibilities but still if one can pass the melodramatic nature of it at times (slow-motion death scenes with melancholic music-tier). It is a decent ride, the cinematography is particularly well done and an example of a director, Andrew Lau, who also shot as the main cinematographer so total control of it. His second (or actually main non-directing cinematographer) Fai Lai is also pretty decent, both worked as KW Wong's camera men at some point together with Christopher Doyle and Mark Lee if that says something about fancy camera work. It was remade, in my opinion badly, years later by Scorcese as The Departed because americans can't read subtitles but this one has superior acting, again in my opinion, to the point that i still hate the co-protagonist's actor Andy Lau for it, such a good dastardly soulless dog-eating chink performance that i cannot see away when watching his other movies, even when he plays fairy tale good guys, and why i liked the mainland china ending of the cops capturing and implicitly executing him for his misdeeds, despite being made non-canon in the two prequel/sequels
>>1794 >Aaand if you want vulgar, homosexual and sometimes bizarre visages look no further to Johnny To's hong kong gossip rumors, that's why i knew of him in the beginning, he's had very nasty and hilarious stories (that i guess are most fake) that fortunately are usually shadowed by his films. When i researched the asian action scene in the beginning there was always jokes about him, old IMDB forums had some of them. I haven't heard of any nasty stories involving Johnnie To lol. Maybe the Asians are more silent when it comes to that stuff. >still haven't tackled him as Tsui Hark and Chang Cheh have proven to be long experiences for me. I'm not interested martial arts movies tbh; also you not being an Asian (I assume) will have harder time getting into that genre from the Chinese. They tend to use a lot of classic literature references and the dialogue could become weird/lost in translation into English. On the other hand, Hong Kong action movies (from directors like John Woo, Johnnie To, Andrew Lau etc.) are more accessible to the western audience. >it's honestly quite cheesy as to appeal to campy asian mainstream sensibilities but still if one can pass the melodramatic nature of it at times (slow-motion death scenes with melancholic music-tier). Haha I totally understand this, the melodrama is indeed popular in mainstream Hong Kong/Chinese movies (not what I like tbh). I like Drug War because it's gritty and void of that thing, and so are the Election movies. >i still hate the co-protagonist's actor Andy Lau for it, such a good dastardly soulless dog-eating chink performance that i cannot see away when watching his other movies, even when he plays fairy tale good guys I totally agree lol, he's kinda wooden and has this wide-eyed expression all the time which becomes annoying after you've watched for long. This kind of one-note acting is more on display when he plays good characters and make me hard to root for him, which comes off as a boring idealistic determined good guy. Besides the plot and dialogue, the actor's approach to portray the character is also very important to make it ring with the audience I guess.
>>1798 >will have harder time getting into that genre from the Chinese It was a steep curve and i bet i haven't and will not get most of the classical references, but after seeing tons of movies i can suspect what they say, the writing in kung fu stuff is VERY formulaic and the references made explicit (Monkey King, The Water Margins, Confucius singing his teachings, Taoist esoterics). It's trash and you would be in the clean for ignoring it, but it's crack for me and it's either that or porn lol. My difficulty with them is that they are so many, but in terms of Cheh's i know the reason, he was fronting for his aides and associates. English subtitles don't help either, they are worse than the dubbing sometimes which is no small feat, still it's mostly cheap entertainment for the stunts and the classical chinese pre-surgery beauties, no wonder almost no actress made more than 10 movies, all the dudes married them and threw them right into the kitchen, the levels of mainlander rural girl trafficking must've been insane back then. >he's kinda wooden and has this wide-eyed expression Glad it's not only me, pretty spot-on with the wide-eyed lol, they seem to worship the fucker and i recall seeing extras working better than him. I guess it's because he did soap operas for the mainland and they respect him for that, don't wanna sound like a girl but the guy bottles even the love scenes, he kisses like a fish and it's one of the very rare instances where i notice that because any dude can munch a pretty girl out. Bet he's a To Boy. >make me hard to root for him Absolutely, in the first KW Wong film (with Andrew Lau camera) i remember waiting for someone to glass him but he keeps going and even does his cousin at one point, i didn't know if i had to celebrate or wait for someone else to take the helm but it was all just his show. >Asians are more silent when it comes to that stuff. Massively more silent but that didn't stop asian sharpshooters from photographing To french kissing a dude at a premiere private party, it was a main actor too but i don't really remember it being Simon Yam, i still have that image somewhere, never deleted it (no homo) because i don't remember seeing it mentioned and i fear the chicoms are saving the face of some people (read: scraping the internet) like they did with Jackie Chan's drugged up son or Eric Tsang fondling tig ol bitties of promo girls. I think i need to come up with non-asian thrillers, this has more rice than a take-out, but so far anyone seeing these will have a good time.
>>1801 >it's crack for me and it's either that or porn That's a pretty weird thing to get high on/jack off to, lol. >Bet he's a To Boy Nope, he isn't. Louis Koo is a To boy (frequent collaborator), you can watch him in Drug War and the Election movies, I like his acting. Andy Lau is famous because he acted a lot in television (those wuxia series) and is also a singer. Asian celebrities who are popular for television work and singing tend to be not great actors, lol. >never deleted it (no homo) That's very homo bro And yeah, I want more non-Asian stuff too. Kinda bored of rice at this time. Gibraltar (2013) is a nice thriller about a man working as an informant for the French border patrol. Its neo-noir quality is shown in the shadowy cinematography and the dark world of moral compromise and treachery. A straight up story, no annoying reference of unrelated politics or stupid casting (like Hollywood often insert to their neo-noir - gotta make some woke social commentary huh) Please excuse the watermark.

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Advertising thread Anon Board owner 05/26/2020 (Tue) 08:43:02 No.1157 [Reply] [Last]
You can advertise other sites, events, communities, etc. in this thread, please don't make new threads for advertising from now.
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>>5307 indeed
>>5305 >Care to spell out your concern Anon? Just that there have been some sketchy boards linked here in the past before they've been removed. I really don't know anything about Fatchan other than having heard the name before.
>>5312 fatchan is certainly okay
>>5301 CP on /b/, Nope.
Hi /comfy/, eberryone who likes non-mainstream films, or want to explore them can join /film/ here on We're not pretentious, just enjoy interesting and comfy films. You're welcome.

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QTDDTOT - handgun edition Strelok Board volunteer 06/09/2021 (Wed) 15:41:08 No.16240 [Reply] [Last]
Questions That Don't Deserve Their Own Thread >pic unrelated Last one hit bump limit. Anyone have experience with the CZ-75 series or their P-10/ P-01 line? Kinda want a subcompact P-10S for a boot gun but not sure how they are inb4 its a glock since polymer, striker fired pistol with trigger safety. Also, omega trigger or no?
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What's a reasonable price for Romanian surplus 8mm mauser? I recently picked up a mauser and haven't been able to find any ammo for it. There is a private seller with some Romanian (a little over 350 rounds for 89 cents per round), but not sure if the price is worth it or not.
>>17554 >I heard the Howard Leight electronic muffs aren't in stereo I have a pair and they play music in stereo no problem. My big problem with them is that they only get audio in a single earphone when you connect it to a radio, because all commercial com units use inverted cable polarities for proprietary profit reasons and the earphones can't read the signal right.
>>17463 >>17472 >>17474 >>17475 >>17479 For anyone interested in this, check out this link (go to the section "The Press Conference"): Highlights: >Two of the four pistols were equipped with three single-shot .25 caliber barrels loaded with hollow point bullets filled with potassium cyanide. These poisoned rounds held a mixture of two-thirds potassium cyanide and one-third gum binder, to seal it in the hollow point of the bullet. Each round contained approximately half a gram of poison Admittedly, not difficult to cure, but that's only if they figure out what happened before the target is dead. I think the articles claim of less than 5mg being sufficient to kill someone is incorrect wiki says 5mg/kg, so an easy mistake to make but 500mg should still be more than sufficient. >the pistols used both an electronic ignition system powered by flashlight batteries and captive-piston ammunition >When fired, these cartridges are nearly silent [...] According to Khokhlov, the sound of firing was no louder than a finger snap virtually undetectable in most environments and situations. >The other two firearms were disguised as cigarette cases, intended for a close-range attack >real tobacco-filled cigarette tips were visible inside, concealing the weapon’s barrel and an expansion chamber that functioned as a sound suppressor >A cigarette case was the perfect tool as the assassin could approach the target with the case held out in front of him, as if to offer a cigarette. A gesture like this would be dismissed as harmless by both the target and any witnesses present. The article has more details about the design of the weapons for anyone interested, but these seem to be the most relevant
Other than the endless flavours of 1911s and Glocks, what semi-auto pistols chambered for .45 ACP (or more like .45 Super) are out there on the market? I really struggle to recall anything other than maybe that one HK pistol a few decades ago, and I'm not interested in that.
>>17740 CZ 97

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Foreign Volenteer régiment General Filterme 07/31/2021 (Sat) 20:07:54 No.17771 [Reply]
A general for Organizations that accept Foreign Volunteers for noble causes or to become naturalized citizens. i.e the most famous one being the french foreign legion. Gurkas being Gurkas, international brigades etc. Give background, cause, what is it about, and sources for recruitment. Also historical foreign Volenteer régiments accepted for discussion. Example : The crippled eagle's Motive : money, ideology (anti-communism), etc. Volunteer as Rhodesian regular Terms and conditions and rewards after service : to be filled in You get the gist I'm looking for question, is there foreign Volenteer regiment for Japan to serve japanese interests current emperor, become naturalized citizen ?
I think the only two active in the world are the French Foreign Legion and the Russian Foreign Legion (unlike the FFL they require you to know Russian upfront). Unless there's some in some bumfuck nowhere country I'm unaware of. Most of the Middle Eastern groups don't recruit any more and I'd rather not be someone's butt buddy anyways.

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1990s & 2000s Ads Fellow Time Traveler 07/25/2021 (Sun) 14:35:43 No.1845 [Reply]
Post cool /retro/ ads and TV commercials
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>>1867 >shilling your shitty forum rather than contributing Fuck off nigger

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Request & Share Anonymous 09/01/2020 (Tue) 13:51:06 No.277 [Reply] [Last]
[JW03 ~ 09/11/2019] Friendly link exchange
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>>1352 Are you still here? The webm maker was kind enough to leave the audio on, so I made a search for the character names in the dialogue. This turns up, indeed the movie: >>1784
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>>1786 Hey, thanks a lot anon, you're a true gentleman and a scholar. Have a lewd picture.
>>1787 Bro anime is not my thing at all, lol. But you're welcome.
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>>1788 Well, it's the thought that counts.
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>>1786 Thanks, nice detective work. I kind of forgot about Jon Jost... only seen one of his films

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MOC THREAD Legoman 10/21/2019 (Mon) 03:40:50 No.55 [Reply] [Last]
My first attempt at a mountain.
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>>1230 Thanks; it's not exactly the same piece but it takes up the same footprint. I've been using it to represent a ballgown for a while. I've seen some very ornate brickbuilt ballgowns but sometimes I just want a simple solution.
>>1231 LEGO taught me that sometimes simple is best, those pieces don't look out of place as gowns. >Paradisa raised baseplate >Islanders guy in the background Right in the nostalgia.
>>1232 He was in a band
>>1231 It's really interesting how you can get slightly different heights for them with different "leg" parts.
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>>1236 There's also the old-style one-piece minifig legs. They're one plate shorter than standard legs, which makes them the same height as the articulated "teenfig" legs.

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Anonymous 07/17/2021 (Sat) 02:05:42 No.1202 [Reply]
>If something exists, it must have a creator >Our universe exists >Our universe must have a Creator Wait, but doesn't that ALSO imply that the Creator must have a creator, and so forth for him, and so forth for eternity? Pic not related.
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>>1219 I think it's a just random zoomer visiting. but among us is a good game though
That is already assuming the qualities of "nothing", time and that universe began to exist. Seeing as we don't know what actual "nothing" would mean Empty space isn't nothing or how it would act, we assume that nothing can't meta-physically create anything but we actually don't know. It might be that nothing allows things to pop into existence, or that "nothing" can't exist. We also can't really be sure that the universe began to exist, it seems intuitive, but time is a bizarre thing and a quality of space rather than a singular line that we usually think about. Time flows differently at different points in space depending on gravitational pull and speed at which you are traveling. The first mover argument and the Kalam are not good arguments, they are mostly internally consistent, but they operate on a very rigid logic that fails to account the plethora of possibilities that exist. It is quick to deem certain things as absurd when it is simply impossible to know, and our understanding of the concepts it bases its argument on becomes more fuzzy. We have examples of things coming from seemingly next to nothing like quantum fluctuations, but it's really complicated and bizarre. In short, those arguments don't hold watter to be honest.
>>1225 Most people are perspectivists today, not relativists.
>>1254 What's the difference, aren't they just shades of the same color?
>>1255 There's an enormous difference. Relativists deny the very existence of truth as an objective possibility. They say that every single viewpoint is equal and that one can't make value judgements between them. Perspectivists merely claim that a human cannot reach the truth, whether it exists or not, because of his implicit biases and subjective distortions. All facts are subject to interpretation, but that doesn't necessarily mean that every single belief is equal to each other, merely that you cannot be certain of your beliefs 100% and that they might be subject to change or be distorted due to your biases and subjective outlook.

The pleasure of being **hand**loaded inside Strelok 12/21/2020 (Mon) 21:59:10 No.11298 [Reply] [Last]
I don't see a reloading/handloading thread, so it's my turn to make it. Post your hot loads. I've started reloading shotshells, but I'm looking to get into slugs as well I have a rifled barrel for my shotgun, so I'm torn between trying to buy a slug mould that makes calibre slugs, and just dealing with any leading, or taking the more traditional route of sub-calbre slugs and a shot cup. Currently I'm leaning towards going with a .678 ball mould since it's a lot cheaper than the only moulds I can find for calibre slugs ($70 vs $160). Also the .678 ball works out to be just a bit over an ounce, probably closer to an ounce if I'm not using perfectly pure lead. That plus a standard shot cup wad makes finding reloading data easier, as well as saving money on the lead. Is it just me or is the Lyman reloading data very sparse for anything other than light trap loads? Obviously their slug data is only for the 2 types of slug they have moulds for, not surprising. This is making me somewhat cautious of buying the calibre mould since it makes a slug that's heaver than they Lyman foster slugs. Even outside of slugs, once you get into heavier/higher velocity loads there's just a smattering of random recipes. This is a large part of what's driving me towards the ball mould since I can skip the slug section that has very little data and just use 1oz shot load data. I pity the poor guy with a .410 that just wants to load some slugs, they don't even bother offering a section for .410 Anyone have experience with slug making or handloading in general?
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>>17508 Cutting down old .30-06 cases to be used as .45 isn't anything new. You can run basically anything in those cases.
>>17510 Can you load them up to .45 Super levels? And do they run just fine in semi-autos?
>>17513 I use older 06 brass for .45WM.
>>15146 Keep in mind that like Italy, the Japanese supply system was already choked with several calibers for different weapons. Adding yet another chambering would have been more logistical nightmares.
>>17725 Yes, and they were already producing 8mm Mauser in mainland Asia due to the Chinese using that as their standard. Deleting .303 British in favour of more 8mm Mauser seems more reasonable than adding one more chambering by combining .303 bullets and 8mm cases. Of course one can argue that the Chinese would have an easier time utilizing Japanese arms and ammunition, but this would be also true the other way around.

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i hope you are doing great :) anowon 07/29/2021 (Thu) 19:26:54 No.5309 [Reply]
hello whoever you are! i dont really you know.. KNOW anything about you. but i do know that you are special. you mean something to someone out there. even if you dont feel like it now, you are worth something. eberrything you do, eberrything you say, eberrything you want to do or aspire to do, means something to someone out there. if you're stressed right now, relax, you deserve a break. eberryone does. surround yourself with friends that care about you, because one day you will feel like complete caca, but its good to have friends to fall back on if something like that ever does happen. again, i dont know who you are. you might have someone special in your life or not. who knows, but if you dont.. thats fine. because one day, fate will fall upon you and you will find someone that loves you near and dear. you will find that someone that you can cuddle in bed with on a rainy day. so come on anon, chest out chin up and get out there and accomplish your dreams! we love you, random anon. we will always accept you and you are loved no matter what. <3
Thanks for this post Anon, I appreciate it. I wish you all the best and that you get what you need in life as well!

Ninjago thread Legoman 11/26/2020 (Thu) 16:15:38 No.782 [Reply]
So tell me what's the thing with ninjago and why is it still going? And what's your favourite season or set?
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>>1046 Well I personally didn't like the mever seasons despite the updated animations. Yes the lore is inconsistent, it became after season 2. Which I would argue that was originally meant to be the ending for the show. But the biggest inconsistency started with the newer seasons post the movie. They are crap in my opinion and you won't change the opinion ever.
>>1216 I think the show really went bad when they shortened the episode length to 11 minutes, but I definitely agree that the movie didn't do it any favors.
>>1217 >I think the show really went bad when they shortened the episode length to 11 minutes I never got why they shortened it, the show was good at having 22 minutes, you could show enough lore and action into it. The 11 minutes deel.shallow and bland, the show generally became more boring. They explored Ninjago so much that need to make up shit. For instance why didn't the mountain people help with attacking anyone? Even the stone army which technically nearly won? It's clear that they were made up. And the sea people? What the FUCK? Funnilly enough we haven't explored even an inch of the dark island, they could easilly make up stuff for it without problems. But no, everything must be in Ninjago. They lost intrest in the series since the movie came. They deleted the main characters powers, with which they would defeat the sons of garmadons without a problem. They made up bullcrap that contradocts earlier seasons and much more. And never explained change in personalities and design to appeal to the moviefags. Transformers Could do it, because they make new universes for nearly every new show. But this is the same show and the same universe. The post-movie era is bassically Korra for ninjago
>>1237 >They explored Ninjago so much that need to make up shit. And integrate every other theme into its setting so kids have some sort of emotional link to it, making it easier to sell sets. Why the fuck didn't they kill off Cole, his VA's the one that died and not Nya's.
>>1238 >Why the fuck didn't they kill off Cole, his VA's the one that died and not Nya's. Cole was there from beggining if they killed him it would be problematic. But nya, she wasn't even a thing in the pilot and lloyd has been more of character then her. But thanks for spoilering the last season, bothways I'm not gonna watch it. >integrate every other theme into its setting so kids have some sort of emotional link to it, making it easier to sell sets. Well that's true. I don't even like the fact that they use the nudesigns in the legacy sets. But I don't get why they didn't continue with the ninjago spinijitsu game.

Modern /retro/ material that actually does it right Fellow Time Traveler 08/06/2020 (Thu) 18:36:27 No.768 [Reply]
Let's have a new thread without a tonne of broken images. Have there been any new forms of /retro/ media (could be movies, games, anime, websites, etc.) that wanted to look old and actually succeeded? There's an artist called BlueTheBone who makes "retro"-styled animations, cheesecake, and porn. Like any modern hack, he overdoses on visual clutter and uses filters that don't actually resemble the time period he's trying to emulate - but despite that, I think his style is consistently decent. If he relied less on computers and filters, then I think he'd be a much better artist, but that goes without saying for most contemporary artists. The really weird things happen when he tries to make modern character designs and media look old, like pic 2. It isn't exactly wrong, but there is something perplexing about viewing characters and series that were developed specifically with modern aesthetics in mind.
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>>768 I'm not sure if Kebu tries to be /retro/, but I'd say his music is definitely a contender because he plays a lot of his songs on analog synths. Even if the style is more modern, the sound is much closer to older songs because he uses similar or sometimes even the same instruments. This sounds more authentic to the 80s than a lot of synthwave songs. I still like synthwave, but a lot of songs sound more like they're invoking nostalgia rather than replicating the original nostalgic sound.
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>>883 Nice. The characteristics of that render remind me of the loading screen to an old Mac game from the mid 90s, I used to play.
>>768 Here's a silly thing. The Sentai series is currently celebrating it's 45th anniversary with a special season, so they made their giant mecha theme sound like an authentic mecha/hero song from the 70's/80's, it's wonderful Their other mecha theme's retro effect is more subtle but it's meant to sound like a typical sentai song from the 00's
>>1864 Cool spam.

New Meta Thread Strelok Board owner 12/05/2020 (Sat) 21:51:10 No.10348 [Reply] [Last]
In an effort to stop posting meta in the /k/antina so Streloks can use it for its intended purposes, I'm establishing a new meta thread. The old one has been locked and I'll just let it gracefully fall off the board. IF YOU WANT TO COMMUNICATE WITH BOARD ADMINISTRATION (ME) POST IN THIS THREAD- I DON'T READ EVERYTHING ON THE BOARD. Volunteering REQUIREMENTS HAVE CHANGED SEE BELOW Volunteers are welcome to apply. e-mail answers to following statements >Your account name (required for all Lynxchan boards, unfortunately) >Timezones you'll be able to assist with >Previous experience, if any >specific topics you've got more interest in relevant to the board Communications in an attempt to increase transparency behind administrative action, moving forward posts that end up deleted or banned will be screenshotted and posted here along with ban duration and some explanation as to why. if you've had something you posted removed or been banned and do not see your post here, please e-mail me and i'll look into it. the reason for this is so the userbase can see what reasons people get banned and if they find said action disagreeable, tell me that i'm not doing my job correctly so as to improve and fix whatever the fuck is going on.
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>>16668 >7.5 MB test
>>16679 >>16668 Nope, changed the name and the size was 7.5, it only posted the text.
>>16680 make a thread in >>>/meta/ regarding the issue
>>16680 It's been solved now, server admins on /meta/ said it was issue with ffmpeg dependencies. See >>>/meta/15007 >>17164 has been banned for 1 week >reason CP, linking outside WR >non-bypassable? YES >Thread deleted?" YES >Other notes: IP/Bypass ban, hash ban not possible due to not being global vol. 1WK due to to possible TOR address? (I thought TOR posters = no pictures)? Once again, no photo 11/7/21 edit: Same spam poster has been banned again, this time it is 4week 4 hours (I meant it to be 2 weeks but I was tired and didn't double check). >reason CP, linking outside WR, spam >non-bypassable? YES >Thread deleted?" YES >Other notes: IP/Bypass ban, hash ban not possible due to not being global vol. No ASN
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THIS BOARD IS CURRENTLY UNDER INCREASED SPAM VOLUME, BANS WILL BE UPDATED IN 1WK >>17697 >>17726 >Reason spam, illegal content >non-bypassable? YES >Thread deleted? YES >Duration: 2w4d4h >IP/bypass ban, no ASN >>17729 >reason CP, spam >non-bypassable? YES >Thread Deleted? YES >Duration: 2w4d >Other notes IP/Bypass ban, no ASN >>17727 >>17726 >>17728 >Reason, YT spam, offtopic

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Anon 07/23/2021 (Fri) 15:36:16 No.5282 [Reply]
how do i place texts and frame objects relatives to each other like this? how do i decide where does text A and B goes to in a page or frame? naturally frame to frame means position in time, but i cant quite understand how does text places themselves in that "time positioning" to be somewhat good/readable/ interesting source: asobi asobase
pls herupu me comfi ken!
>>5282 >>5283 try asking over at /loomis/? believe they sre more eligible to help you

The Return of Gookening / Pajeetening Strelok 09/22/2020 (Tue) 17:25:17 No.6086 [Reply] [Last]
2 for 1 Asian Special Fuck it I'm just going to clone the old OP. Korea: >June 13th: Kim Yo Jong Severs Relations with South Korea >June 15th: North Korea Threatens to Advance Into DMZ >June 16th: >North Korea Demolishes the Inter-Korean Liaison Office >North Korea Declares Intention to Re-Militarize Kaesong and Mt. Kumgang >Kim Yo Jong Lambastes South Korean President Moon for Pretending to be a "Cool Guy"

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>>17052 >that sketch Kek, you're hired Strelok. Please take charge of the special Earth Defense Division of the Space Force.
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India Border Clash Leaves at Least 5 Dead Two Indian states have been arguing since the 1980s over where exactly the line falls on a 193-square-mile strip of land dividing them. On Monday, guns and hand grenades came out. >At least five police officers from the state of Assam were killed and dozens of officers and civilians were injured in the melee, which took place in the small village of Vairengte in the Kolasib district of the far northeastern state of Mizoram. >Mizoram and Assam officials quickly blamed each other for the bloodshed. >The flare-up over the disputed territory was the first involving casualties in decades, experts said, and raised broader questions about India’s ruling party, Bharatiya Janata Party, or B.J.P. >The clash occurred two days after Amit Shah, India’s powerful home minister, and a member of the party, held a meeting with state leaders meant to resolve the border dispute there and some elsewhere in India’s northeast. >Though Assam is led by the B.J.P. and Mizoram by a regional party in coalition with the B.J.P., the talks with Mr. Shah appeared not to defuse tensions >Observers outside the political fray said two state police forces shooting at one another raised serious issues. >Boundary disputes between Mizoram and Assam are not new. The two sides have argued where exactly the line falls on a 193-square-mile strip of land since the 1980s, when Mizoram and three other Indian states were carved out of Assam, a sprawling state that borders Bhutan and Bangladesh. >The states were created in accords drawn with the government of Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi in an attempt to broker a solution to years of rebel insurgency by groups seeking independence from India. >The episode began Monday morning, when police officers from Assam state seized a newly constructed Mizoram police post, according to Mizoram officials. The Assam police said that the post was illegal because it fell within Assam’s borders, and that troops had taken it over in protest. >But by Monday afternoon, hundreds of people, many Indigenous Mizo, from villages on the outskirts of the Singla Forest Reserve had joined the standoff, throwing stones and firing guns. At the same time, Himanta Biswa Sarma, the chief minister of Assam, and Zoramthanga, the chief minister of Mizoram, traded barbs on social media, tagging Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s office and Mr. Shah. >“Assam police used cane charging and tear gas smoke,” Vanlalfaka Ralte, the Kolasib district police chief, said. >“Assam side started firing on the Mizoram side,” Mr. Ralte said, “Then my troops replied.” >The Assam police had a different account. They said after they seized the post, Mizo civilians attacked them. >Afterward, Assam police officials said, Mizoram police opened fire on Assam police and civilians using automatic weapons including light machine guns, which are used in military combat.

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>>17636 Finally a war that India can win
Slight sage because its old new but here's an "interview" (read propaganda) shot of a China 039A submarine, you can see some command controls near the very end: >Amid fears of leak, China nuclear plant operator says reactor shut down for ‘maintenance’ >Weeks after the Chinese government admitted damage to fuel rods at a nuclear power plant, the operator said one of its reactors has been shut down for “maintenance”. An increase in radiation inside Unit 1 reactor of the Taishan Nuclear Power Plant had sparked fears of a leak, according to a CNN report. >"After lengthy conversations between French and Chinese technical personnel, Taishan Nuclear Power Plant ... decided to shut down Unit 1 for maintenance," China General Nuclear Power Group (CGN) said in an online statement. >The Taishan Nuclear Power Plant, owned by CGN and Electricite de France (EDF), began commercial operation in December 2018. EDF had warned of an “imminent radiological threat” after damage to fuel rods, reported CNN citing a letter to the US department of energy. >In the letter, the French power company reportedly accused the Chinese safety authority of raising the acceptable level of radiation outside the power plant, a report denied by the Chinese government. While the ministry of ecology and environment admitted the power plant had five broken fuel rods, it said no radioactivity leaked. >The ministry claimed on its social media account that the radiation was contained by barriers that functioned as planned. “There is no problem of radioactive leakage to the environment,” the ministry statement said. It also downplayed the damage saying it was a “common phenomenon” and the damaged fuel rods accounted for “less than 0.01 percent" of the 60,000 fuel rods in the reactor. >After China’s admission of minor damage to the plant, a spokesperson for EDF told CNN that it was a "serious situation that is evolving." The spokesperson said that EDF would have shut down the reactor if it was in France due to "the procedures and practices in terms of operating nuclear power plants in France," reported CNN. Wonder if they'll blame T*iw*nese saboteurs/Vtuber simps should it create anudda zone.

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Nordic Cinema Anonymous 07/25/2021 (Sun) 20:12:01 No.1728 [Reply]
A thread for Nordic cinema. Woke shit not welcome.
The modern Scandinavian countries are the worst liberal shithole ever, so I avoid most of their new stuff. I like the scenery and atmosphere of the place, which could be a great setting or background for films. Could you recommend some brooding, atmospheric films from this region? On a not very related note, does anyone find viking stuff in current pop culture so fucking gay? Everything about vikings from Hollywood and their allies, even a fucking Japanese comic (Vinland Saga) also features a tranny character in the Middle Ages. Is it because they're trying to feminize masculine characters into emotionally driven, bumbling idiots who submit at the will of women? On the other hand, I'm watching the Raven trilogy by Hrafn Gunnlaugsson and really enjoy them. Classic "Spaghetti Western" in Iceland and with Vikings. I've completed the first one, When the Raven Flies, which is said to be based on Yojimbo. There's something charming about the type of hero that sets a goal and follow it with determination and competence (at first). It's fun to follow them on their journey and look for their next success, or failure. The music imitates western films but is played on synthesizer, sounds hilarious but also... charming. I guess I like western as a genre and reinventing it in an exotic setting is very enjoyable.
In the Shadow of the Raven (1988), second movie of the Raven trilogy.

General thread /fa/g 12/12/2020 (Sat) 22:10:05 No.212 [Reply]
General thread.
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mp4/webm Anonymous 04/26/2021 (Mon) 23:28:13 No.1533 [Reply]
Video Clips: Old and New
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>>1758 >Get schooled on how it may have been a contemporary invention >"Yeah nah brah fuck off" The fact you couldn't come with any semblance of counterargument other than a projection makes it more egregious. This isn't /co/, buddy
>>1763 Propaganda in action. Make an obviously fake cartoon, retards say its proof vaccines are bad then the "fact checkers" come in and save the day. Also "fact checkers" literally lie.
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Here's a webm to make things on-topic, i swear i posted this before but i can't find the thread so here goes again. A somewhat pretentious but technically interesting experimental movie about a real-life football association player in one of the last matches of his career, Zinedine Zidane, widely considered the most elegant player of his generation and among the most technically-gifted (or technically-trained like an old coach of his said) in the history of the filmed sport. Zidane, un Portrait du 21e Siècle or A 21st Century Portrait has nebulous reasons for its existence, production-wise, because the ones who used the Real Madrid Club's installations in other movies (like Goal) don't seem to be involved here, it's the technical work of an Iranian-French dude who put tons of high-budget cameras around the stadium to film the movements and personality of the Algerian-French player, considered an icon in the Arab World despite not being a proper muslim, because it seems he just could and/or the president of the club at the moment, Fiorentino Perez, was very fond of the berber man and had a knack for finding commercial deals for his players. Also present in the film's production is the post-rock band Mogwai doing the soundtrack, which is okay i guess. Back in the day some clubs had "running" cameramen in the sidelines who captured plays while centered on the player rather than today's panning from a tripod, sometimes these crews had the cool idea of lowering the camera height which resulted in waist-level, if not lower, footage that made them look like classic action sequences and this movie does have some of those. A decent document from a golden era of the sport with one of its shining protagonists. Famous for his explosive temperament when the opponent bullied him or one of his teammates around, Zidane was send-off in the filmed match near the end while defending a mate of his, Beckham, in a pre-brawl and giving a much-suspected made-up drama for the film but as far as those involved he didn't know which match was going to be filmed and when informed it was the one against Villareal he got pissed and ashamed, considering he was retired by that point. Also always found ironic how the film didn't screen at Cannes despite being the player's hometown for many years. >>1769 >Also "fact checkers" literally lie. Fact checkers are the definition of jewish legalese exercises, they do not lie per se but omit crucial details under a sea of terms that might imply an opposite reality, but when read strictly technically they often don't say anything. It's a semantics fest, they attack hyperbole statements or the background of the one who brought forward the information, sometimes they don't if it doesn't help their bias. I like to think the people employed at those sites are apprentice lawyers doing tests on how to obfuscate hard cases and making the viewers, a de-facto jury, lean towards their side despite evidence. Total lack of morals and values, like a good lawyer.
>>1769 I don't know if it goes that deep in this case because the propaganda is already unreal, but useful idiots are useful. >>1770 That's lying.

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Aesthetics thread Missing files >>1594
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>>1262 It's from the Jeffrey Epstein level in Kirby 64.
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GFS - Gardening, Food acquisition and Stock keeping thread Strelok 07/30/2021 (Fri) 17:19:58 No.17689 [Reply]
Greetings Streloks, as anounced in >>17677, this is the thread about gardening, acquiring food and keeping stocks for long(er) Term survival. the main topics for this thread are -growing food for long term survival. -harvesting wild food if gardening is not an option for whatever reason. -legal and illegal food acquisition in areas where gardening is hard or undoable or in the case of insufficient skills. -wild gardening/guerilla gardening as alternative ways of growing food without owning land. >What is the purpose of the info ITT? This thread is aimed at providing information to every Strelok, on how to provide his own food, wether it is only for himself, or for a large fighting force. This is not only important for Post-collapse scenarios, but also an important factor of gaining freedom by independence from the government and society. >what does this have to do with /k/? At the time of the thread creation, /k/ is the board for weapons, combat and outdoorsmanship. A part of every armed conflict is the provisioning of food for the combatants to upkeep morale and fighting ability. Knowing how to grow and how to acquire food in any conditions is an important part of sustaining a fighting force, as the past has shown that a hungry soldier cannot win a conflict, and looting, even if an option, is only a short term solution, that cannot fully replace a stable supply of fresh provisions. Therefore, i see this as a quite important, and unfortunately overlooked aspect of /k/. >What goes in regards to posting. I'm not playing janny, but i'd prefer to keep this thread focused on the 4 main topics at the beginning of the Post. Related questions and discussion are welcome, and as long as it stays roughly on topic, i see the threads purpose as fulfilled.

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as for the first question: >>17682 >Do Hügelkulturen work on sandy soil? Not in their usual form, no. What has to be done, is providing some form of erosion protection, in order to keep the wood at the base of the Hügelkultur covered to facilitate rotting. For this purpose, gaps and pockets of air between the wood can be filled with wood chips or grass clippings, and a few layers of news paper or grass clippings can be put at the base of the Hügel to prevent drainage and erosion. Otherwise, Hügelkultur works with practically any soil, as long as it's properties are taken into consideration.
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I think the 4x4x4 potato box/chicken wire cylinder is a must-have if your climate allows for potato growth. If it doesn't look for whatever tuber happens to grow there. Most tubers are edible so long as they aren't poisonous, some just require more chewing than others.

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Autistic ideas Strelok 08/21/2020 (Fri) 16:45:14 No.5117 [Reply] [Last]
The subject says it all, so I shall start it with this one: .338 Lapua Magnum with a rebated rim, and an advanced primer ignition machine gun to go with it. If you don't know what that means, then kikepedia can help you out: But the tl;dr is that it's a simple blowback mechanism that ignites the gunpowder while the cartridge is still travelling forward, and that means the bolt can be a lot lighter. Now, this machine gun would be meant for vehicles first and foremost, because there is already a small push for .338 machine guns anyway, but that one design seems to be way too complex for vehicle use, especially if you put next to it a blowback machine gun. And in theory you could refit any weapon chambered for .338 LM to fire this new cartridge simply by modifying or replacing the bolt and otherwise leaving alone the weapon.
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Would it be autistic to make a patch out of pic relatad?
>>13735 Patches by definition are autism.
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Since there's the dumb 9mm/45 discussion again I thought I'd suggest something totally new. Start with a bullpup AR, or AK pistol. Add a .30 caliber barrel with a custom chamber for something that looks like the 300 WSM but is only half as long; expecting about 1750fps pushing a 147gr boat tail out of a 7" barrel. Would this shut up the fudds arguing between their century-old calibers, do you suppose? Would YOU carry such a beast? >>12596 I've been dreaming of this in an AR-platform rifle for weeks now. Thanks, Strelok.
>>14492 I get ~1600fps out of a 6 1/2" barrel with a 230gr .45WM. Yes I like your autism and would carry as impractical as it may seem
>>9525 >a new family of autocannons and AGLs in conjunction, so that they use as many common parts as possible, and even the different ones are similar enough so that somebody who is trained to repair one of them can deal with the other one. You could even lengthen the case, use a longer barrel, and load it with 40mm Bofors ammunition. If you manage to recreate the ballistics then you'll get the equivalent of a belt-fed 40mm L/70 Bofors gun, and have access to a wide variety of shells.

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Pre-Goolag YouTube Fellow Time Traveler 10/03/2020 (Sat) 17:51:14 No.848 [Reply] [Last]
YouTube was once also part of the old innocent, creative and fun internet when at worst people would make a video in the hopes of it getting viral. But that slowly changed thanks to the Goolag purchase which kept ruining YouTube at small steps and turning it into Cable TV 2.0 and Spotify 2.0 : >forcing people to move to Goolag account to keep their channels and their videos >complying with copyrightniggers as part of the mutual ass-kissing with the government >giving monetary incentives to "content creators" , aka self-important e-celeb faggots, which drawn greedy normalfag scum and later on were removed which in turn force these greedy normalfags to beg for Patreon gibs and get sponsorships to advertise even more shit on youtube >adding ads in the middle of the fucking video as if it was cable tv >letting big cable tv channels having accounts on youtube >removing full albums and songs from non-corporate music channels and reupload them as separate songs by a fucking bots >increasing censorship and removing comments and videos >disorganizing the comments section into a complete messy shitshow >usless redesigning of the site over and over again >changing the 5 star video valuation system to extra faggy like and dislike Let's reminisce of YouTube better days, whether it was a specific channel or video and so on...
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>>1122 >hit up NSFWYoutube >error: this video is age-restricted and only available on YouTube
>>1122 Can't you use an invidio instance? Otherwise just post a fake id, they're not the fucking government (even though the gov is behind them)
>>1849 I just noticed that. That really sucks
>>1849 It's been like that for a while now. It really chaps my hide.
>>1807 >invidious seems like it's on its last legs and will probably follow hooktube soon What? Why? Surely not just because the lead developer opted out. I've been using invidious as my default YT interface for a couple years now, and it's about the same as it ever was.

US Navy Ship on Fire for Two Days Straight Strelok 07/14/2020 (Tue) 04:40:10 No.4168 [Reply]
1,000-degree blaze continues to rage aboard Navy ship in San Diego The fire has brought down the USS Bonhomme Richard's forward mast. More than 400 sailors are working to put out the massive fire that continues to rage aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard in San Diego and Navy officials are unclear how long the blaze might continue to burn.nThe fire has brought down the amphibious assault ship's forward mast and caused other damage to the ship's superstructure that rises above its flight deck. "There is a tremendous amount of heat underneath and that's where it's -- it's flashing up -- also forward, closer to the bow again there's a heat source and we're trying to get to that as well," Rear Adm. Philip Sobeck, the commander of Expeditionary Strike Group 3 said at a news conference Monday in San Diego. Sobeck said that the temperatures in the fire's heat sources are reaching as high as 1,000 degrees. With temperatures that high, the sailors are rotating in on 15-minute firefighting shifts. Asked if he believes the ship could be saved, Sobeck said, "I feel absolutely hopeful because we have sailors giving it their all." He also expressed confidence that the fire will not get close to the ship's supply of one million gallons of fuel, which lies two decks below the blaze. The fire continues to cause damage to the the ship's superstructure, which rises above its flight deck and has brought down one of the two masts that tower above. Sobeck acknowledged that the ship's Halon fire suppression system -- which could have put out the initial fire -- was not activated because it was also receiving maintenance. "We again augment that with firefighting elements from the pier and the shipyard," said Sobeck. Teams of sailors were pouring water onto the ship from the pier and from tugboats along its side. Navy helicopters have also dropped 415 buckets of water on the ship to contain the fire, much as they have done in the past to help put out wildfires. There were 57 sailors injured after the fire started aboard the ship on Sunday, most have been treated for exhaustion and smoke inhalation. A U.S. official told ABC News that the last five individuals who remained hospitalized have been released from the hospital.

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A member of the crew has finally been charged. The name has not been released; infer from that what you will.
>>17671 >no sause >name redacted Either female, or black. may I guess both? >The US Navy has filed charges against a sailor over a massive blaze aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard in 2020 that destroyed the amphibious warship. >The sailor, whose name has not been publicly revealed, is accused of starting the fire, says Navy spokesperson Cmdr Sean Robertson. >The blaze aboard the warship in San Diego, California, where the vessel was docked, took four days to put out. >At least 40 sailors and 23 civilians were injured. I>n a statement, Cmdr Robertson said the accused sailor "was a member of Bonhomme Richard's crew at the time". >"Evidence collected during the investigation is sufficient to direct a preliminary hearing in accordance with due process under the military justice system," he said. >The fire started on 12 July 2020, and over four days US Navy helicopters carried more than 1,500 water bucket drops and tug boats sprayed water on the $1bn (£716m) vessel's side to contain the blaze.
>>17672 >>no sause Given that there's no information aside from that once sentence, but many news agencies are reporting it, I figured you could just take your pick. Though there are some that claim that names usually aren't publicly given at this stage in the proceedings, until the charges actually get approved for court martial.
>>17672 >accused of starting the fire So it wasn't negligence is the takeaway here, I guess.
>>17676 That depends entirely on whether it was a colorful or other vibrant goodifying the place up or not, Strelok. Same goes for a vagino-anal as well, I imagine. Crocodile tears + complaints of "Muh microagressions! Muh reparations! WE!" will go a long way in current year to arriving at minor slap on the wrist. In fact I would be pretty surprised at this point in all the proceedings of kikery going on in the US Mil r/n if it was an le Ebil Nahdzee! Literally worse than Hitler! accompanied by six million reees all coordinated in chorus. >My prediction: Stronk, independynt nigress on the rag, who simply took things too far and torched the place, after a 'coordinated campaign of microagressions by <insert rando[s] here>'. Calling it.

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Where can I get plans to build a nuke? Atomicon 02/19/2021 (Fri) 20:03:37 No.13445 [Reply] [Last]
I'm looking for blueprints to build a nuke.
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>>13858 I'll lynch them too this time so we can avoid another industrial revolution
I suggest you for materials, use the radioreactive stuff in smoke detectors, tho make sure the stuff you put in your home made Little Boy, also you don't need more uranium than just as much as a paper clip in size (that's how much uranium they've used in Little Boy and in Fat Man, the more you have, the worse the consequences for all of us, including you, including me and including everyone good that isn't a jew) good luck boss. o7
>>17617 t. notafed
>>16169 > What I notice with these conspiracies is that they serve zero purpose to the people enacting them, unlike say the theory that people are being dumbed down and genetically diluted to make an easier to control slave force. Like I said before, the theories state that the government are satanist/hate God and want to rebel against him & release the antichrist and the way they do that is to make the population not believe in him by hiding evidence that he exists, while I do think some of what they say might be true (such as the fact that the elite have been in bed with "spiritualists" and what not, although that could be because elites arent that smart and also believe in hogwash) it doesnt make sense as to why they want the antichrist to come since the antichrist birth starts a "timer" for the end of the world which would eventually lead to hell for the elites (and elites do feel pain so I doubt they want to burn there forever)
>>17678 And the elephant in the room also refuses to rebuild their temple. Make of that what you will.

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