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daily checkpoint Anon 06/04/2021 (Fri) 20:07:23 No.4977 [Reply]
what did you do today? and how was your today? and date
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I've been thinking about death all day. I'm still exactly where I started, we really have no idea about the subject.
>>4992 We know that we're all gonna find out.
>>4977 Today I ran my online tabletop game. 4 out of 6 players showed up. After the game we went our seperate ways. I spoke to my parents, anons on imageboards, and other people on Discord but I still feel unsatisfied. Years ago, after working on some club activity, a bunch of us wood go to a diner shoot the caca, eat, and relax. We don't have this here anymore. I want to do a casual social activity after an 'event' social activity. I find myself watching anime where the characters hang out with each other and podcasts where the hosts act like my friends to substitute my own lack of deep relationships.
>>5064 I know this feeling I used to have a best friend but he moved on after college, I mean I still talk to him but he's kind of busy with his own life and i can't blame him. I don't really like talking about my friendships on /v/ or /b/ because those autist thinks it's gay to have a best friend, I don't want to get bullied and get too many (you)'s
>>4977 Pretty decent. Left my gf place after a cosy night together. The England - Scotland game was a bit of disappointing though, but I did cook some tasty burgers with perfectly seasoned chips. Went for a run this morning and felt pretty good. Gonna have to clean my suit for a nice dinner this week so wish me luck with that anon

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Anon 05/27/2021 (Thu) 21:58:02 No.4886 [Reply] [Last]
Post here when you visit /comfy/ Thread #5 Sunshine edition Previous: >>3183
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i got together with the girl I like berry much and she told me she's so happy that i'm finally hers. life is truly /comfy/, frens.
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>>5121 look at this lucky fella who has the chance of talking to women that he likes AND are not taken. truly a lucky guy
>>5121 That's nice my friend I hope you live a happy life together.
What's eberryone doing for the weekend? My brothers birthday is today so we're getting a takeout. Probably going to have a few drinks tonight as well. >>5121 Good for you anon, hope things work out for you.

fertilizer explosive manufacture Anonymous 06/19/2021 (Sat) 11:59:02 No.267 [Reply]
U.S. government agencies like the F.B.I. and the police have methods like some bioluminescent paint and other methods to trace the fertilizers used for explosives.
off-topic spam

stealth technology Anonymous 06/19/2021 (Sat) 11:48:41 No.266 [Reply]
Radar absorbant material had an iron pentacarbonyl was possibly the material. It was possibly made from iron using a Mond like chemistry method. It makes objects it is painted on radar evading,somewhat stealth.

"Hidden Answers" on Tor has good questions and answers about stuff like this
The stealth paint mentioned in "radar absorbant material" in some Wikipedia "stealth technology" section was something like "iron pentacarbonyl". made from iron using a Mond like chemistry process.

Anonymous 06/19/2021 (Sat) 08:58:26 No.161 [Reply]
kill all the blacks and let them die don't ever stop kill kill kill -- Chi chi
2. No spamming, no off-topic posts. Try to put effort and thought behind your contributions.

Revolution pol for the pol 06/19/2021 (Sat) 08:55:49 No.160 [Reply]
The time has come For us to stop The Niggers standing on our through Kill them all lynch them all Don't let them pretend to be smart by wearing suits. Don't let them escape. Put the pick'en ninni in it's place Dead in the beep warm dirt. Wrights For Whites What a great idea. Sing in here sing it there Sing it proud Sing it

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Niggers Niggers 06/19/2021 (Sat) 08:46:41 No.157 [Reply]
Niggers have hit Me Niggers have sit at Me Niggers have treatend me. I hate niggers. And the white man done nothing.
Needs work

Anonymous 12/30/2019 (Mon) 07:51:33 No.30 [Reply]
So can I say nigger here or what?
As long as it's p o e t i c
>>30 yes kill them all

So.. I want to run my own board website Anon 06/18/2021 (Fri) 06:02:26 No.5113 [Reply]
So yeah, I kinda want to rub a board website but I kinda have a few questions to y’all : - Imageboard or textboard ? I alr have a textboard set up but I’m not sure this is still a good idea - How to get people obviously ? - What really makes, for you, a good website ? Cause it depends on a lot of stuff and I want to make something nice for eberryone ><
>>5113 >- Imageboard or textboard ? I alr have a textboard set up but I’m not sure this is still a good idea Depends. Do you want images or not? >- How to get people obviously ? Make an interesting board with an interesting topic >- What really makes, for you, a good website ? Cause it depends on a lot of stuff and I want to make something nice for eberryone >< Originality
>>5118 Tysm for the advices Actually I worked on a texboard software but I am going to install Lynxchan since it has a texboard mode, so I can create text-only boards but also imageboards. And yeah I already have some original ideas for the boards, and I also thought about hosting a (kind of) 24/7 music player to make it more original
>>5119 I have an idea for you, you should create a board for wyber privacy, pentesting, dev etc. I feel like we need more boards like this Y’all think this is a good idea actually ?

Anonymous 06/19/2021 (Sat) 06:39:04 No.1094 [Reply]
Can an individual be saved from within a mass though his church be accursed?

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Anonymous 06/18/2021 (Fri) 21:56:19 No.1087 [Reply]
There's a theological issue that's been in my head for several years now, some friends and other anons have tried to provide answers but none of them have really been satisfactory. Essentially it goes like this: how could ancient civilizations that were not in the Middle East (such as ancient Chinese, Mayans/Aztecs, Native Americans) have known about the Christian God/Jesus? And if they couldn't have known Him, are they doomed to hell for not believing? I guess it's a similar questions to if infants go to heaven or not, but is there any specific writing on this? There was a wikipedia article someone linked that described this issue but I can't remember the name of it.
>>1087 Fate of the unlearned. but if you actually believe that God is ultimate justice what we judge has no applicability, since the final say is final
I remember being told Jesus went down to Hell after getting crucified, to lift the souls that were "uninitiated". His death, being the ultimate lamb sacrifice around those Easter days, always gets reminded to catholics as The Guy going down to finish the deal of the Covenant being applied to everyone, not only the jews who had forfeited it previously. Might be head canon of someone, but that's what i heard from several fathers, and some native americans did have prophecies about a holy man from a desert and His mother, i think it was the Navajo or the Hiaki/Yoreme.
>>1089 >I remember being told Jesus went down to Hell after getting crucified, to lift the souls that were "uninitiated". I've heard this story as well. Kind of interesting, it's basically Jesus as DoomGuy. I happen to like this idea, though I've never seen any evidence it is canon.
>>1087 Well Catholics have a nice little answer called purgatory, but it's existence is debatable. There are also verses which suggest that children would go to heaven. The ones that come to mind are the verse in which David said he would meet his son who died as an infant again and the verse in which Jesus said that for anyone who harms a child it would be better if they were drowned, if I recall correctly.
>>1090 It's called the harrowing of hell. The theory is that since there is no way to salvation except through Him, the Old Testament righteous such as the prophets were waiting in an "abode of the dead" until Christ came to open the gates.

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Anonymous 06/17/2021 (Thu) 19:01:47 No.1080 [Reply]
Will the Jews ever accept the Christ, their King?
>Hitler >Thought christians were jews >Jesus was the Jew King Nice shitpost, Isaac
>>1081 >Hitler didn't think converts were Jews if their grandparents were Jews
Ever since the New Testament, those who claim to be Jews are actually not Jews, but instead, are the synagogue of Satan (and thus gentiles) according to Jesus Christ in the book of Revelation 2:9 and 3:9. I would consider this Biblical passage to be a superior deciding agency to anything else.
>>1085 Are they salvageable?
>>1086 Anyone who believes on the Lord Jesus Christ shall be saved, for God commendeth his love toward us in that while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us. Nevertheless, if many of them do reject the Son of God, then as many are condemned by the Law already and they will be damned to the lake of fire for all eternity, for as it says, How shall we escape, if we neglect so great salvation: which at the first began to be spoken by the Lord, and was confirmed unto us by them that heard him?

1980's Nostalgia General CaesarDude 01/05/2020 (Sun) 21:20:39 No.274 [Reply] [Last]
Alright, I decided to expand the scope of this board a little more and include a containment thread for 80's nostalgia. I mainly created this board to serve as both a successor to the old /y2k/ board, which was my favorite board on 8chan, and also expand the scope to include 90's nostalgia too, but after checking on this board, I noticed someone mentioning 80's nostalgia and I decided I would do something about it. I personally don't care that much for 80's pop culture aside from the music and some of the old edgy anime, but 80's nostalgia did become a thing in the 2000's and I can see why others like the whole 80's style, so I'll allow it as long as it's mainly kept to this thread.
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>you will never be a glam metal god ruling the Sunset Strip and having an unlimited supply of women throwing themselves at your feet Why even live?

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cute /positive apu and pepo dump Anon 05/31/2021 (Mon) 07:36:11 No.4933 [Reply]
dump your cute and positive pepe photos or videos! telegram @cozytimes
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Infinity Cup 7 Preparation Thread CLERMONT FOOT 63 03/14/2021 (Sun) 18:35:41 No.2393 [Reply] [Last] Seems only natural to begin a new thread for the next cup. Although SKF gave us no plan on the wheres and whens other than Summer 2021, let's start conversing about what to keep and change in the next cup!
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/agdg/ here 1) Could it be fine if we joined, in one of the future cups? 2) If so, could we use the same team as the 4cc anons?

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Infinity Cup poll Deveropa 04/22/2021 (Thu) 17:28:21 ID: f61210 No.350 [Reply]
Hey guys, /icup/ here with a question on how we're going to handle the next iteration of the Infinity Cup ( ) We're trying to poll whether certain boards are interested in playing in the cup, or if there's some specific team that you'd like to see play. If you want to, please answer or add your own answer to the poll in
>>350 Sounds like a cool idea. Could we get the 4cc team to play for us?
>>358 I thought so too. We could just get that team up and running on the next cup and figure out the details later. If we manage to get invited that is.

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Anonymous 06/18/2021 (Fri) 03:34:37 No.1083 [Reply]
>>1083 > How do you feel about being a communist? How do you feel about being a filthy jew, who doesn't understand the concept of sharing with his brother.

Anon 05/07/2021 (Fri) 18:27:15 No.4616 [Reply] [Last]
The adventures of the Traveller and Genet Season 2 Previous season: >>4369 The stage is set ten years after the encounter with the wicked merchant Olivarius:
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Genet peeked through a crack in the barn, but it was dark. However, she could smell something quite interesting inside.
She smelt bread in the making and smoke, wood cracking from a fire could be heard from the other end.
>>5056 It reminded her of another place:
This is just how that one pastry shop where she always used to go for breakfast with Traveller on the weekends smelled.
She decided to take risk and try to get in throught the door, she didn't had time to waste on speculations.

Anonymous 03/26/2021 (Fri) 23:59:29 No.14 [Reply]
Coatis are also /pro/cyonids
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>>135 That tongue is super long.
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>>171 Do they all have such long tongues?
Which procyonid is your fav?
>>185 The raccoon.

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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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>>5020 The smaller boards and non-USA country threads are actually pretty comfy, :0
>>5087 >>5030 >Cunny boards Eberrytime.
>>5090 The tech board is berry top tier, tbh.
>>5092 Many such cases! Sad!
Vox Populi imageboard. The voice of the people. Come post and have some fun. :)

Please remove from your webring following list. Blacklist optional. Anonymous 05/12/2021 (Wed) 05:13:35 No.14384 [Reply] [Last]
As it stands, is the only site in the webring that is following Other sites have blacklisted the site in history for numerous reasons. This site is currently the only site in the entire webring that is following I'm here to convince you why you should stop doing that. has been extremely unpopular amongst anons across the entire webring for numerous reasons. It's getting to a point that it is impossible to ignore the complaints. Please hear me out entirely. First is the fact that after many months and several lies, they have absolutely no interest in conforming to webring standards. They are one of the only sites in the webring that has failed to conform to fair practice in the webring by failing to fully implement the webring plugin. Very few sites have failed to do this, and the other sites are for the most part rather small. however, is the largest site in the webring currently with the most activity, and they have failed to implement the webring after several months of being asked to. They have no interest in joining the webring properly. If you don't believe me and need proof, please read this thread: Several months ago you blacklisted from your site because they failed to properly implement the webring. They still haven't committed to fully and properly implementing the webring. When people complain, they ignore it. They have never been interested in properly implementing the webring. All they care about is that people from the webring get advertised to visit and they have never had the good faith to enable the webring GUI on their site. It has been several months and they have not fixed it. They won't even respond to it anymore. The second biggest complaint is that they harbor Mark. Mark is known for bringing the press and other undesirables to anything he inhabits. The fear is that this could eventually infect the rest of the webring. However, without proper integration to the rest of the webring, this is honestly unlikely, but it is still a complaint that is raised. The third and most recent complaint is that has begun to allow content that is not legal in the United States and is very likely not legal elsewhere. The United States is usually considered the pinnacle of free speech and even their limitations, such as the DOST test, are echoed around the rest of the world. This is what caused 8chan to be delisted on the only other site they were listed in the webring. Pic related. The fourth and final reason is just plainly that you cannot trust the word of Acid. He has made so many numerous promises to correctly implement the webring and even at the beginning he started the webring with some "peering agreement" thing which backfired at him. He decided to reverse that decision as soon as he became bombarded with webring users who complained at him. However, due to a lack of complaints about his extremely bad-faith nature and his flat-out lies about his intentions, his site has been allowed to be included in a substantial part of the webring for months now. It's time to remove his site from the webring and stop trusting him. My hope is that you will remove him from your following list which will remove him from the webring. I hope nobody in the future is ever suckered into adding back Thank you for reading this post.
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>>14524 I don't know that anyone ever thought anything besides what I thought in 2014. That nigger wasn't doing anything with the site himself, so therefore it was great. It should have continued indefinitely tbh. It was a place of pure anonymity and freedom. If you were enough of a cunt, other anons would crack down on you (muh cp laws n' sheeit). I definitely would go even further than free speech though. I think offended niggers should be slowly tortured to death and forcefed whatever the fuck they don't like along with all moralfags in the bog--where they belong. <waaaah content I don't like Tough shit, newfags.
>>14737 >posting the cuck faggot version
>>14919 >personal semantics here Unless you were raised in a retard town on top of a sad mountain, words usually have similar meanings and definitions between the majority of people. Stop trying to cotton up posts, anons know how to use words.
>>14988 As the posts show, we have a different definition of 'lament'. Mine is the same as the first 2 dictionaries I just checked. For the other anon is not, and I don't care, we can agree to disagree. If you never noticed that most discussions end up in semantics (or they stop earlier), you must be new to the internet. Thanks for the insults, BTW.
>>14987 >posting the schizo version (You) aren't purging anyone out of an hobby. This goes double for anything that can be done by yourself or with small groups of friends, the community at large is powerless there.

for the son of bitch spamming here Anon 06/04/2021 (Fri) 13:01:16 No.4965 [Reply]
you quackin pedo thats place to relax not your disgusting sick things go quack yourself ı quackin hate you quackin pedo garbage ı hope fbi raid you
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>>4965 It's frustrating how it seems like there's no escape from those people/bots.
did Donald Duck write this post?
I'm noticing more and more that most boards are accepting the pedo depravity. Are all BOs faggõts? Why the feds don't arrest these monsters? It's disgusting.
>>5114 Pedos can be useful for the feds. The feds don't go after pedos out of a desire to do good. Just look at how the Finders guys got off scot-free.
>>5114 >I'm noticing more and more that most boards are accepting the pedo depravity Where?

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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>>779 Really, try Bryce. It's braindead easy and you can make something nice looking in a really short time (pic related within my first 2 hours of playing with it). It is pretty limited, but perfect for a start. Also freely available.
>>768 I really love the stuff that Konzept has been making for Sam Hyde recently. It's a pleasure to watch and it looks like it was taken straight out of 1999-2004, just rendered in 4K.
>>883 Thanks, I downloaded Bryce 4 a while ago but didn't see that other .iso there.
>>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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Was jesus married? Anonymous 05/31/2021 (Mon) 09:22:15 No.951 [Reply] [Last]
Do you guys believe that jesus was married to mary magdalene?
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>>1066 They did not call themselves Calvinists, just as Protestants did not call themselves Protestants. Those labels come from the Catholic Church, and if their authority you reject that epithet should not matter to you. What is, pray tell, objectionable in their gospel?
>>1067 I perceive that you did not ask the question with earnestness of heart but to tempt and mock. This is not wise, sir. Nevertheless, here is the gospel of salvation according to the Holy Bible as it was preached on the first day of the NT. Thus: “Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost. For the promise is unto you, and to your children, and to all that are afar off, even as many as the Lord our God shall call.” - Acts 2:38-39
>>1068 If there is anything to be mocked it is what is said, not what is unsaid. You can declare this or that thing cursed, but if you are speaking through the Spirit and not on your own authority He will give you the words to back it up. What you quoted every so-called Christian would agree with, but unless you contend with their embellishments the sheep will be led into the hands of wolves. Theology is not for the faithful but for the wayward, the heretic and the heathen, and each lost sheep you may recover pleases the Lord as much as ninety and nine just persons. The apostles did not proclaim the gospel for Christians to wield it in sanctimony; to the world Christians of all men are most miserable, charged to preach the faith unceasingly and convert the world in the face of incredulity. The Philistines and the Canaanites cursed Israel by their gods, to no avail, because their gods were dead. If you are an oracle of the risen Christ, the living God, who reigns in heaven and judges the living and dead, the Spirit would bid thee that the defense of the faith is worth no deficit of words. The boundless wisdom of God is poured out on those that repent and embrace the cross. I could easily express contempt for Calvinists, indeed their doctrine lends itself to some of the most hideous concepts ever beheld in Christendom. That you have nothing to say suggests you are apt to simply restate, and you fail to take up the Lord fully in your heart, for when the Lord is with you all under heaven is within reach. "Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword," Matthew 10:34. Take up that sword brother, lest you be naked before devils; all His knowledge is your knowledge through the Spirit. As He poured out his blood in zeal and in passion for you and all the world so should your zeal and passion be poured out in sufferings for His kingdom, "He that findeth his life shall lose it: and he that loseth his life for my sake shall find it." Matthew 10:39, to venture boldly, even unto the judgement, with joy: "My little children, let us not love in word, neither in tongue; but in deed and in truth. And hereby we know that we are of the truth, and shall assure our hearts before him. For if our heart condemn us, God is greater than our heart, and knoweth all things. Beloved, if our heart condemn us not, then have we confidence toward God. And whatsoever we ask, we receive of him, because we keep his commandments, and do those things that are pleasing in his sight." 1 John 3:18-22 This is the Word of the Lord; thanks be to God. Dear friend in Christ, God is steadfast in love and infinite in mercy. In the name of Christ Jesus, Amen.
>>1069 I read the first few sentences of your message and stopped. >What you quoted every so-called Christian would agree with Had you just searched the scriptures just once, you would’ve seen the sheer folly in your claim... It is written: “God forbid: yea, let God be true, but every man a liar; as it is written, That thou mightest be justified in thy sayings, and mightest overcome when thou art judged.” “Enter ye in at the strait gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat:” Of a truth, calvinists, baptists, theologians, catholics, protestants, orthodoxy, episcopalians, methodists, non-denominationals, and every other denomination are not saved. They do not abide in the doctrine of Christ and so, they don’t have God. By taking on a lesser name (denominate), they have excluded themselves from the kingdom of God. Anyone who preaches a false gospel is accursed of God. He that hath an ear to hear, let him hear.
>>1071 Brother, they confess it with their mouths but not their hearts. God's word is true but their intentions are not. You can only reveal their intention if you contend with them.

Anonymous 05/09/2021 (Sun) 16:14:39 No.863 [Reply]
Thanks to him, the West came to fear the Scientists more than God. And now the multitude are the slaves of the golden calf. He who hath an ear, let him hear: Harken ye back to the LORD your God! Fear not the scion of the pharisees; Jesus Christ, the risen Saviour, has indowed to thee the gift of eternal life! At this moment he sitteth in heaven, and judges all duly. Beware, for the might and majesty of Christ be supreme!
(You know now) Everybody's worried (hey now) about that atom bomb (Well) No one seems worried about the day my Lord shall come (You'd better) Set your house in order (fore he) he may be coming soon (And then he'll) hit like an atom bomb, when he comes, when he comes
Originally God was discovered as the absolute facts within scientific exploration.
>>863 Judeinstein and oppenheeber didn't even have anything to do with the atom bomb, it was british and german scientists who made the actual research and initial designs and calculated the critical mass and the entire set of reactions. Those guys were just middle management losers.
>>1030 Proofs?
>>1030 He was the public face of it, even if he wasn't the inventor. And it was perfect marketing: German Jew persecuted by the Nazis escapes to America and builds their greatest weapon.

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Visualizing Anon 05/05/2020 (Tue) 22:48:14 No.766 [Reply] [Last]
Tell me about your ideal comfy life. >ideal house >ideal gf >ideal source of income >ideal country to live in >ideal average day
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>>3674 I just wanted to hear more of your ideas. I love big log cabins myself (spending time with family as a little kid in one on holidays) and your idea seems comfy.
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>>3678 There are 5 main districts in Argyria, each with different environments and neighborhoods. They are the desert, mountains, plains, lake, and forest. There are also 2 roads for each district of the kingdom, making 10 roads total. Each road is set with a number of houses themed around a specific architectural style. They are Log, Japanese, Tudor, Victorian, Tuscan, French, Spanish, Ranch, Neoclassical, and Modern.
>>3656 >>3679 Can we have a thread where we make up our own countries? That wood be fun.
>ideal house Countryside in a Cottage, preferably Northern England away from any other parts of Society >ideal gf shortstack, same age, able to defend herself, capable housewife tomboy >ideal source of income weapons manufacturing for the town/cottage, swords at the simplest, machine guns at the most complicated >ideal country to live in A germanic England. >ideal average day Breakfast with GF/Family, Go around the cottage/town with the lads, back home to GF/Family
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>>1962 I read about some of that stuff happening in Papua New Guinea. Some colonial dudes who were contacting new tribes in Highlands regions were tasked (alongside a myriad of things) with eliminating cargo cult. Apparently some Cargo cult leaders were guys who knew it was bullcaca but did it anyway to grift from their fellow villagers.

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Military Thread /fa/g 10/29/2019 (Tue) 21:59:13 No.3 [Reply]
I've heard you like fascion.
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>>13 That bomber-style jacket in the third picture looks sharp.
>>220 1940's lvl 88 Aryan-megaboss.
>>3 bump
ya id cop it

General thread /fa/g 12/12/2020 (Sat) 22:10:05 No.212 [Reply]
General thread.
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Movies & TV Shows of the 1990's and 2000's Fellow Time Traveler 12/20/2019 (Fri) 17:21:28 No.241 [Reply]
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>>1465 >I had it for a few years with Time Warner, but later they dropped it along with a bunch of other channels my parents watched. I still watched it on occasion at my aunt and uncle's house when I visited because they paid for a bunch of extra channels. My uncle was surprised kids were interested in the classic Hanna Barbera shows he grew up watching, and actually enjoyed re-watching them with us when he had time. I was just as interested in older shows as newer ones as a kid, maybe even more. One of my favorite shows on Cartoon Network was ToonHeads, but they stopped airing that not that long after I first discovered it. I guess I was interested in history even before I thought of it as history Nowadays I'm even more of a grognard than I was then. >Too bad it's used now as a dumping ground for relatively recent CN shows. Even some early 2000s shows they haven't aired in years would fit better considering they're close to 20 years old now. If millenials still watched TV they could even re-use classic bumpers like CN City or Powerhouse for nostalgia. Boomerang is a re-run network anyway. Nostalgia is its main purpose. Channels like MeTV do the same thing too from what I've heard. I haven't been a regular TV viewer in a long time, but it kind of defeats the whole point to me to have newer stuff on a channel dedicated to classic boomer TV shows. I miss the experience of sitting down and watching TV, but there's no going back for me after discovering torrents as a teenager. What sucks is that a lot of the torrents that interest me are completely dead.
>>1466 >I miss the experience of sitting down and watching TV, but there's no going back for me after discovering torrents as a teenager. Pretty much. Even though TV is nice to just sit down and watch something, it's hard to beat being able to look up anything you want and not have to sit through commercials. Even if Boomerang didn't have commercials, you still had to wait for the exact hour or half-hour for a show to air. >MeTV I forgot about it. It has a mix of classic shows and cartoons, but doesn't have the full cartoon catalog Boomerang does. It's also has commercials which I don't have the patience to sit through anymore.
>>1466 >I was just as interested in older shows as newer ones as a kid Same. It probably helped that older cartoons were just trying to be entertaining while modern cartoons more often had to start adding educational or moral lessons. (usually due to outside influence) Not having to wait for new episodes was also a plus. Most of the time I watched episodes of Jetsons, Looney Tunes, etc it was something I hadn't seen before.
>>1467 Yeah, the commercials are a deal breaker for me nowadays. I have zero patience for them anymore. I'd rather just download a bunch of episodes of a show or buy it on physical media than sit through them. Even if it's better on paper, it kind of feels cheap though. I remember how big of a big deal it felt like when a show I liked would come on compared to watching episodes at my own convenience. >>1468 >Not having to wait for new episodes was also a plus. Most of the time I watched episodes of Jetsons, Looney Tunes, etc it was something I hadn't seen before. I remember really liking the Jetsons movie from the '80s as a really little kid, which I think was actually considered a piece of crap. As bad of a reputation as Hanna-Barbera has, I always liked The Flintstones, The Jetsons, and Jonny Quest. Scooby-Doo was kind of repetitive to me, but I still enjoyed that too. That also goes for the '70s stuff with Scrappy Doo and the celebrity guest stars. I even liked the direct-to-video stuff, although I never saw anything after Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase.
>>1472 >As bad of a reputation as Hanna-Barbera has To be fair a lot of their reputation was with their cheap animation and Scooby-Doo knockoffs. (Some of them I didn't mind, but I would have gotten sick of them sooner without watching other shows.) The Flintstones, The Jetsons, and Jonny Quest were all good. Even Jetsons just being "Flintstones in the future" was more creative than most of their Scooby-Doo knockoffs. >I even liked the direct-to-video stuff The direct to video Scooby Doo movies in the 90s/early 2000s were great. It was actually cool watching them deal with actual supernatural stuff instead of a guy in a mask. >it kind of feels cheap though. I remember how big of a big deal it felt like when a show I liked would come on compared to watching episodes at my own convenience You're right. It's not as special to watch a show at anytime compared to when you waited until 7p on a Friday night for that new episode to come out. It doesn't help that younger generations are getting less patient and have shorter attention spans. I think the most special TV moments to me were the series finales of Avatar & Ed Edd n Eddy, especially considering most shows on Nickelodeon or Cartoon Network would end quietly instead. >Avatar had gone through a couple hiatuses >out of nowhere we get this trailer I still re-watch today >that week in July finally comes >new episodes every night finishing off with the final movie on Friday >Ed Edd n Eddy advertises its final movie >we straight up got a 24 hour marathon of every episode finishing off with the movie premiere >Cartoon Network wanted to give a proper send-off for its longest running series and fucking delivered

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Infinity Cup rosters Anonymous 06/16/2021 (Wed) 21:14:51 No.1077 [Reply]
Hello, friends, We're trying to build up the wiki for the Infinity Cup, given that the tournament is probably gonna be held somewhere around the middle of Summer, plus some intrepid anon is making a Baseball small league tournament. We'd like to know more about your current roster, more specifically, could you add a picture/description of what each player is supposed to be? It would really help our 3D anons craft a better team. Thanks in advance!

Web 1.0 and Web 1.5 Nostalgia General Fellow Time Traveler 09/09/2019 (Mon) 01:52:13 No.24 [Reply] [Last]
So, what are some of your favorite memories of the old internet? Can be websites, memes, events or any other aspect of the days of Web 1.0 and 1.5 For a quick reference, here's what I would define as Web 1.0 and Web 1.5 >Web 1.0: Usenet, Geocities and Angelfire, AOL (1991-2001) >Web 1.5: Early YouTube, ED, 4chan in its "wild west" days, MySpace, YTMND, Newgrounds and the peak years of dA and (2001-2008) You also had cross-generation stuff like GameFAQs and IMDB which are still around today, although sadly IMDB's infamous message boards are gone
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>>1401 >I bought some Maxells at a convenience store since they had some and they sound terrible. I think I got a bad batch or something. That sounds right up my alley! I actually think the ones I have sitting around are Maxells. They seemed decent for what I'm going for, but that wouldn't be decent by most people's standards. Thanks for all the info, by the way. >Exactly! It's a shame. If more people used Linux the computing world would be a better place. Some sort of Linux distro for utter morons would be a good idea, like one of those crappy chrome books except it at least doesn't form a surveillance dragnet. Ubuntu-based distros seem like they'd be just fine for babby-level users who just want to browse the Internet and not much else. A lot of them probably wouldn't even be able to tell you the difference if you skinned it right. >If I had to describe my ideal modern operating system it'd just be Windows 7 but open sourced, more command line integration, and some minor tweaks. Yeah, Windows 7 has pretty much everything I'd want. I'd just like it kept up to date and better options for ricing. >>1402 For me the audio issues are the biggest dealbreaker. Maybe someday I'll just use my Thinkpad, but I don't like relying on a separate computer for tinkering around and recording things. It's not even just DAW stuff. PulseAudio has caused problems for me while playing games too. Sounds would frequently start to distort after launching a program, and they would never go back to normal unless I shut down and restarted PulseAudio. >Some things don't work of course, at least not right away. For example I tried connecting my computer to the television via HDMI and it didn't work out of the box, so that means I have to look into an assistive tool or worse, mess around with config files. Same thing with bluetooth headphones. Of course I can't be assed to research any of that anytime soon because I have actual work to do, so I just boot into my Windows installation on such occasions. I'm dualbooting but might as well not be. I never use Linux and would maybe even forget I have it installed if I didn't see it come up as a boot option whenever I turn my computer on. >>1403 I think the problem is that Linux is first and foremost is a specialist's OS. It's been patched up and juryrigged so that it can be used by complete novices in addition to grizzled neckbeards, but that leaves a lot of the middle-of-the-road users out in the cold once they want to do more with their system than check their email or screw around on Facebook. That leads to problems for a lot of them when they realize what they're in for after deciding to go under the hood.
>>1401 Maxell is a cheap shitty brand, avoid it like the plague
>>1309 >Flashpoint Infinity I had a look at it and it seems cool. Thanks for sharing. > is a good search engine I haven't used that one, but my default search engine right now is MetaGer. It's a German search engine that pulls from the Bing databases but isn't retarded like Bing and doesn't have nearly the same weight for SEO. I find totally random search results from pages that haven't been updated in years even when I'm searching for unrelated topics. It really reminds me of how old search engines behaved, in that searching for a specific text string would get you all sorts of results from all over the internet because that's what the technology did. It's a far cry from the digital butler/nanny that Google and its imitators are now. >>1318 > Neat. The sewerfresh link in your surf section appears to redirect to something else, though.
>>1430 >sewerfresh yeah it's dead. I'll link to the archived version of the site if I can find it
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I just stumbled upon some webms and images you might be interested in: Some might remember a post in Julay's /v/ about the promotional site for the back-then new fangled Nintendo DS around late 2004, with its now-taboo slogan Touching is Good, i visited that site daily for weeks due to its interactive nature new to me (and to be fair everything was new because i had my first PC with internet) and the main appeal for me was the atmosphere itself: A man, supposed to be ourselves, chilling around in a set of idyllic places you could "walk" into via clicking boxes in the form of the DS logo. The site was flash/java and when i went to visit it for this post i saw in terror that i couldn't even access its main window on the Internet Wayback Machine (, something i could one year ago. Back then the site was limited too, many of the interactive screens, used merely present technical specs or features about the machine in different environments, were locked but one could still see the "starting" point of them. The other major point was the music, featuring a theme song that had thematic variations in a couple of the different places; soothing in my opinion, which made the whole experience ethereal although it may be my utter nostalgia. I posted the extended version tune and some nice anon, prophetically, made a webm for me with the extracted original audio and starting screens of each thematic place so at least i can show that as half proof (God bless that anon). What i wanted to note is the particular style that is, in my opinion, the tail end of the Y2K trends which was the interactive flash sites with "calming" themes, some might also remember those looping flash scenes of an archaically animated fountain/river and the water flowing sounds behind. Old folk back in the day melted graphic cards just by running those non-stop sometimes lol. In this example we can see the vast blue skies with the blue mountains and vibrant green foliage, an overplayed mood that might have reached its peak with the famous Bliss image (that i will discuss later), ever present everywhere but also influenced many more. Overall the images and composites of the promo were in its contemporary trendy japanese style with saturated colors, wide angle views and "that" digital look we here are used to, along with the now-niche colour night photography of citiscapes. And accompanying these flashes were also the "cutout" collages many newbie graphic designers did and which were also a finishing trend previous to Web 2.0. To recap that style, one of the Photoshop filters with vast use was one that "flattened" or oversimplified the color/tone counts of an image, and in this simple form some would cut parts of it and paste them over parts of other images thus creating hybrid sceneries, usually landscapes. Rockstar Games, now known for not such good things for our standards, back then was a major player due to a quick succession of successful games and their website was very visited despite all being promotional stuff because they did have tons of extras in there, other than the flash interactive sites for new games (also fucking dead) like Midnight Club 3, they also had free downloads like games, music, screensavers and in this case wallpapers, in the cutout style of course. Here you can see in these images the style we mentioned: Vast blue skies with/or background mountains along with framing vegetation in vibrant greens. I had the blue sky background here for at least 4 or 5 years (2005-2010) and it wasn't until recently when i was peeking some test shots from a new lens that an image there felt extremely similar for some reason, heart pumping out of chest feelings, and i realized i had recognized an exact tree in the same exact position, then it clicked that the tree line was the same and then that a snowy mountain out back was familiar too. 15 years later i still don't know where it is but at least i have a pic showing the real deal, hot curves included. Sorry for blogposting again but it might be an interesting nitbit for some, the nostalgia here is strong so couldn't really contain myself again.

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Anonymous 05/26/2021 (Wed) 02:14:25 No.3340 [Reply]
What happened to /kind/?
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Okay. Thanks, everyone. I didn't even think to just try the URL for the bunker on here after not seeing it on the board list.
Having stumbled onto /kind/ before seeing this thread was an interesting experince. Gives me an idea of what to expect now that I'm off the beaten path.
>>3378 >what to expect a hugbox chock full of literal, unironicaly, aids homos and trannies
>>3379 Why so upset?

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/dir/ - Board Directory Anonymous 01/16/2021 (Sat) 12:43:01 No.923 [Reply]
Board site listings for easy access
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>>956 >>957 BTW, there are two or three others that I didn't include here as well. Not b/c they were Cuckflare'd, but b/c I wanted to dig a little deeper before adding them to the list. I may put them here too later.
>>958 Alright, thanks for the list
>>958 thank you for the list but.. how does a codelet understand it?
>>1149 This is just double encrypted There are sites online that can be used to encrypt and/or decode I think its base64 or similar
How did you compile this list? Say in 5 years time half of them will return 404, how can I gather a list of them again? What type of software did you use?

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/space/ - Space Anonymous 03/17/2021 (Wed) 12:22:49 No.1097 [Reply]
Outer space, constellations, astronomy & space travel
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>>1115 I wonder if all these new satellites being launched might have any impact on stargazing >The observable substantiates claims. The in-observable constitutes nothing more than speculation. Observing of something that isn't there isn't any less valid than observing something that is there, now is it? I mean in this case its something that is observable (that there's seemingly nothing there) Science merely means applied knowledge. As you say, it depends on what is known. Fact of the matter is there's this thing we call a universe, for now that is good enough.
A lot of intriguing observations have been made, some of them turn out to be something other than originally thought, some have yet to be explained and some have been confirmed (like some of the things in our solar system)!_signal >>1098
Another relatively close system is Tau Ceti, at about 12 light years out, which has two potentially habitable "super Earth" size planets;
>>1173 Obviously that's not to scale, but a pretty cool visualization of the concept. I was pretty intrigued when I first found out about the Oort Cloud as a kid. The Solar System is absolutely amazing in it's design and fine-tuning. The perfect though temporary location in the universe for life. As far as we know, we're the only nice place with nice things here. I'm thankful every day over this, tbh.

Music of the 1990's and 2000's Fellow Time Traveler 09/08/2019 (Sun) 01:14:23 No.14 [Reply] [Last]
>These guys think they're bad because they walk slow...
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>>1406 You're in luck faggot, I have just what you need. >Armin van Buuren - Communication >M3 - Bailamos (Matt Darey Mix) >Veracocha - Carte Blanche >Pharao - I Show You Secrets (Sandstorm Remix) >Chicane - Saltwater

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>>1406 Ishkur's Guide to Electronic Music was nice for that back when Flash was still around. I know there's a song list floating around somewhere. Here are some pieces I discovered from there: >Plastikman - Consumed >Cybernaut - Hyrdrophonix >Resistance D - Cosmic Love I'm more into house than any of the other genres, but I'd recommend listening to the Green Album from Orbital if you haven't heard it.
>>1456 I didn't know the site used Flash in the past, but it uses HTML5 now.
>>1457 It's also kind of a pain to browse now after the redesign.
>>1406 You might like Airbase. These are some of his 2000s songs. >Airbase - Tangerine >Airbase feat Floria Ambra - Denial >Airbase - Dreamer (2002, closer to 90s trance if you prefer that) There's also Kebu. He's not specifically a trance artist (or a classic artist) but he plays most of his songs on analog synth so they have an older style to them. I've played some of his songs with my parents and they reminded them of New Order.

Agora Road's Macintosh Cafe Fellow Time Traveler 05/02/2021 (Sun) 19:06:06 No.1176 [Reply]
Hey check out the Y2K Community over at Agora Road
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>>1344 Too bad. We could do with some more comfy sites.
>>1344 That sucks. He's made a similar post but with a different description and image, so I figured it was a real person. I figured it was a decent site because of that.
>>1409 >>1320 Hello, I need the captcha due to bots spamming up the site and the ads are to upkeep the forum. Also the date of birth thing idk about that. Its just the default registration fields that the software has.
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>>1452 So it's your site? Does that mean there's no bot involved?
>>1452 >hello i'm a shill not a bot Go back to reddit

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Anonymous 06/10/2021 (Thu) 18:16:21 No.1055 [Reply]
Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.
Verily a sad reality.
>>1055 It's eery how accurate stonetoss' comics are.
That's a boy-love symbol on the kids backpack

Fellow Time Traveler 12/13/2019 (Fri) 22:50:50 No.233 [Reply]
What were BBSs like outside the West? I'm talking Japan, the USSR, etc. Japan had NEC PC-88s and 98s, what BBS software did they have? I imagine getting kanji to work on them must have been difficult. And the USSR had ZX Spectrum clones. Did these ever manage to get "online" at all?

t. Zoomer, thanks for any info
Japanese software still uses SJIS nowadays like it did in the 90s.
Look it up if you don't know what it is.
Also the current imageboard interface we use in the west derives from Japanese BBSs.
The west was more focused on Usenet and forums rather than BBSs.
>Japanese software still uses SJIS nowadays like it did in the 90s.
>Look it up if you don't know what it is.
I know, I mean about how I imagine the lines of text early Japanese computers could display for kanji were probably not a lot and made things difficult.
>Also the current imageboard interface we use in the west derives from Japanese BBSs.
You mean textboards, I'm talking about traditional BBSs.
>The west was more focused on Usenet and forums rather than BBSs.
Asking about the 80s and early 90s though.
Japanese computers were specifically made to handle kanji and had higher resolutions than contemporary western computers, so there wasn't really any issue with kanji support. The higher resolution and larger color counts led to something known as CG (computer graphics) back then (now just called イラスト / illustrations since CG now usually refers to 3D graphics). It ranged from 8 color CG in the late 80s, to 16 and 256 color CG in the 90s and near the turn of the century 16 million colors were introduced.

Sharing CG on BBSs was really popular during the 90s and a lot of prominent BBSs even had their own custom advertisement CG. 16 color art dominated since the PC-98 was the most popular system in Japan during that era and it lend itself well to the anime art style. They also shared FM and midi music on BBSs, but CG was more popular. Other than that they used BBSs similarly to the west and shared files and talked about various things.

With the advent of the Internet, many CG artists created their own websites for their CG and a forum called NiftyServe gained a lot of popularity and BBSs started to lose their significance. A lot of CG artists had a really hard time to transition from 16 colors to 16 million colors and quit, but some artists like Wakachan and Goto-P are still active to this day.

As for what software they used, I can't give much information as it doesn't interest me much, but they did use their own software specific to Japanese computers. Some of it might be available in the software library. The source of my information is visiting some BBS archives, a lot of CG artist and FM/midi music creator sites, plus other old Japanese sites and reading the tidbits of information they shared.

PS: Japanese BBSs had their version of newfags that wanted to get spoonfed called CG beggars.
Thank you for the info.

Now, for anyone else who might know, what about ZX Spectrum clones in the USSR?
>>238 Correction - NiftyServe was a popular commercial BBS service, but there was also a web based forum version. Both were closed down in the mid 2000s though.

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What's happening on smugloli? Anonymous 05/23/2021 (Sun) 17:04:46 No.14812 [Reply]
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>>14836 >WTF why is there so much meta in /meta/? Where you dropped as a tar baby?
Is the NTR cuckold again shitting or is something else happening?
So anyone?
>>14981 From the IRC: >appears to be an upstream malfunction with the hosting provider, we'll be back when they've fixed it
>>14983 Oh. The provider fucked up. I thought it was something worse.

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leftypol wants to join the webring. Anonymous 06/11/2021 (Fri) 05:54:30 No.14926 [Reply]
Hello, anons. Leftypol is considering joining the webring. I am curious to get a little feed back from some of the community here about the situation and what everyone thinks about it? Obviously they are leftists, however, they are a rather large board in comparison to the other boards that are floating around the net and I am curious as to everyones opinion here is on this.
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>>14926 They will cause problems, whether it be through drama or subversion of other boards. /pol/acks shitting up discussion is tiring, but at the very least, right-wing political boards tend to shut up and stay out of the way more often than not. It will be more trouble than it's worth.
>>14975 >make all left leaning topics a bannable offense on non political boards That seems a bit extreme, assuming assuming all political based topics aren't also banned.
>>14968 How did you miss the whole Qtard drama? Imageboard culture is dead and buried among newcomers.
>>14968 >threads and replies with images VS >threads and replies with images Wow!
We will not be federating with the site in question at this time.

Paranormal Physics Space Ghost 06/13/2021 (Sun) 05:19:39 No.120 [Reply]
Misconception s are rampant in universal physics. The big bang was really the singular star supernova. All galaxies originate from this original supernova of the single universal star. Dark matter does not really have existence, it is an illusion caused by the gravitational remnant effect of the singular star supernova. Black holes do not exist, they are magnetars obscured by light deflected by universal expansion. Dark matter is supposed to compromise most matter in the universe, a misnomer caused by the super star supernova remnant magnetar which has a primordial effect on gravity and matter composition throughout the universe. Dark matter appears to be the majority of matter, in essence, because most matter is not visible as light will never reach earth from places in different directional scales of universal expansion originating from the singular star supernova. As the super star supernova caused a divided smaller class of super stars to fuse which supernovas created each galaxy, one per super star supernova. The non singular second generation of super stars erupting in supernova caused the magnetar in galactic centers to appear as black holes as well as causing the anomaly of non existent dark matter. This is all obviously self evident. Black holes are magnetar. The big bang was a singular star supernova. Dark matter is an illusory phenomenon resultant from magnetars which causes light to bend.
In conclusion any true physicist must have faith in the singular star supernova and black magnetar magic.

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Anonymous 04/19/2021 (Mon) 20:31:07 No.500 [Reply]
Based Tyndale opposes the popery.
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Tyndale: 1 The popery: 0
The beat at the end fits well with the final response.
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>>656 Since when were Catholics forbidden to marry? The priesthood is voluntary, merely attaching a vow of chastity to it doesn’t contradict St. Paul. He’d be contradicting his own actions, being celibate himself
>>1060 He required nobody to be celibate, and warned against those who do

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Deveropa 06/07/2021 (Mon) 18:45:14 ID: 001024 No.353 [Reply]
Is there a free/paid engine preferably unity/godot that allows me to assign assets so they are interactive like this Paris scene from Bioshock infinite ? My goal is not really a game but an interactive virtual world that are exactly like that scene. >NPC greets you >NPC doing their own things >First Person View >Interact with objects >Sitting, enjoying the slow pace >Ambient and object sound >To exit, just needs to enter back the door/go to sleep Sort of a trip to the past where time was great. Reminiscing the childhood and buildings recreated from photos and scans.
>>353 Couldn't you just script this stuff and assign flags to a "sphere-like" area?
>>354 I-I'm more like an artist more than the programmer..
It doesn't stop requiring videogame logic just because there's no "gameplay" objective. Even "it's interactive" doesn't have any standard definition, do you interact with it by proximity? How far away? By clicking it? By pressing a hotkey when you're near it? By pulling a lever? Do you need an item or some other prerequisite? Does it cause something else to trigger elsewhere? There's no single solution that accounts for all possibilities, so you have to script it in. It doesn't sound complicated though, I'm sure those engines have very simple ways to accomplish what you want, but I suspect it requires writing some code anyway. I'm not very familiar with the engines so I can't say exactly what.
>>356 Is there a specific genre for that? I know platformer. Or maybe it's point and click?

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Anonymous 06/10/2021 (Thu) 17:57:53 No.1054 [Reply]
Psalm 1 1 Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful. 2 But his delight is in the law of the Lord; and in his law doth he meditate day and night. 3 And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper. 4 The ungodly are not so: but are like the chaff which the wind driveth away. 5 Therefore the ungodly shall not stand in the judgment, nor sinners in the congregation of the righteous. 6 For the Lord knoweth the way of the righteous: but the way of the ungodly shall perish.
Blessed be the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ forever and ever for he is worthy!
What a blessing it is to live in a time where the Word of the Lord is so readily available to the masses. Alas, many (sometimes myself aswell) take this for granted. We need to remind ourselves to remain in the Word of God as much as possible for the days are evil and the coming of the Lord is nigh at hand. Amen.
This should be a Bible thread where scriptures are shared :) Psalm 23 A Psalm of David 1 The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. 2 He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters. 3 He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake. 4 Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me. 5 Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over. 6 Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the Lord for ever.

Anonymous 06/12/2021 (Sat) 20:19:19 No.1061 [Reply]
The Protestant Reformation was responsible for the Enlightenment which birthed liberalism and thus is the root cause of most modern problems including Pharisaical Jewish influence on the West. Change my mind.
>>1061 Frankly, all the churches of laodicea are part of the problem. They all claim to not be part of her whorish mother yet still retain some of her doctrines. They preach a false gospel that can save no one and therefore, their punishment shall be greater than those who never cared about becoming a christian. May God have mercy on their soul and grant them space to repent for the time of his coming is nigh at hand.
>>1061 Explain, tradcath, how your wicked and pernicious doctrines did not already corrupt the way of the church. That Martin Luther wished for a council, and was repaid with inquisition, while your feet are awash with the blood of the massacres of innocents.

Anon 06/12/2021 (Sat) 14:06:02 No.5081 [Reply]
Why /comfy/ on 8kun died
Why two /comfy/s?
>>5082 Wdym
>>5084 I mean why do you need another /comfy/?
It was a hard life to try and be comfy there. F

How was your day Anon 06/08/2021 (Tue) 20:27:47 No.5031 [Reply]
or what did you do today ? i did dopamine detox today
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I went for my first run at 4am. Pretty good. >>5031 How did you do it? I wood do it but I have absolutely nothing else to fill my time with.
>>5057 >>5068 its reduced my screen time and my day was spent berry effeciently
>>5068 Nice on anon. I'm just about to go for one now. The earlier the better for me so I don't have to put up with the heath
Worked. I'm starting to miss being a NEET.
My home's internet is broken. I called to ISP and they said they gonna fix it, but it gonna be on Monday. So I enjoyed today without internet. And tomorrow will be.

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Getting more people on Anonymous 02/26/2020 (Wed) 14:36:33 No.10445 [Reply] [Last]
>20 unique users have posted in the past 24 hours. Seriously, this place needs some more users. It's painfully slow. Other major sites on the webring get several hundred easily. What can we do about this? We have the boards. We have the content. What are we missing?
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>>13580 Wasn't always like this, some bad agents appeared in the staff (or removed their masks) and shit happened. In my opinion it was more around a decent group of anons in a site with some overly lenient BOs and careless administration; everything went good because no pressure happened but when things like subversive staffers (shitposters with a badge) bailing janitors (due to staff's irregular rulings) raid-tier dumbfag migrations (mark /v/, kiwis) and technical problems happened everything went to the gutter because they simply didn't know how to deal with it and had no consistency between their own ideologies. When they took proper measures it was way too late and they still have that paranoid behavior even when the site is almost vacated, there's nobody to inspect upon other than the few who stuck by your side.
>>13515 All of that applies to imageboards aswell.
>>13674 >Getting warned for bumping an old thread >Easy to get banned by an angry mod Go away, Mark
>>13443 >Im pretty sure thats run by acidman. Nah, they're run by the remnants of Fatchan's staff after Tom pussed out from Esther's deplatforming.
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