He who is not with Me is against Me Anonymous 09/23/2021 (Thu) 22:09:03 No.1551 [Reply]
>Matthew 12:26 And if Satan cast out Satan, he is divided against himself; how shall then his kingdom stand? So it's pretty established that the Catholic church is NWO which is satanic. Yet they perform exorcism, so does the bible show that if a Christian (or a Christian organization) drives out Satan, and worships Satan, that he is still a Christian, just a heretical one? I'm going to offend Catholics, but i am trying to understand something.
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>>1571 >Let's say I call myself a true "christian protestant" and help in my church, but kill and rape several kids, would you throw out all the church as satanic If it kept the person inside it without any questions after finding that out, then yes. Also, if it knowingly kept false prophets that teach false doctrine in it, which goes against the Bible, then I would call it satanic as well.
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>>1571 The Jesuit Oath is also concerning >I furthermore promise and declare that I will, when opportunity present, make and wage relentless war, secretly or openly, against all heretics, Protestants and Liberals, as I am directed to do, to extirpate and exterminate them from the face of the whole earth; and that I will spare neither age, sex or condition; and that I will hang, waste, boil, flay, strangle and bury alive these infamous heretics, rip up the stomachs and wombs of their women and crush their infants' heads against the walls, in order to annihilate forever their execrable race. That when the same cannot be done openly, I will secretly use the poisoned cup, the strangulating cord, the steel of the poniard or the leaden bullet, regardless of the honor, rank, dignity, or authority of the person or persons, whatever may be their condition in life, either public or private, as I at any time may be directed so to do by any agent of the Pope or Superior of the Brotherhood of the Holy Faith, of the Society of Jesus. >would you throw out all the church as satanic That's a good point, Lets ignore the disturbing topic of pedophilia. I know that there are ex-satanic "priests" that have gone Christian who were involved in terrible rituals and practices, and it's good that they repent. I wouldn't throw the baby out with the bath water, but i don't think it's good to support any church (including protestants) that has their elder members supporting secret societies and satanism. >and if you say "but in old paintings/text/rituals" I was going to say that it's their churches, and the Eucharist has sun symbolism. That is a fine excuse for medieval people, but for the present day Christianity, we should remove it's ancient influence of paganism, in my opinion.
>>1576 Huh fair enough I agree
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>>1576 >I know that there are ex-satanic "priests" that have gone Christian who were involved in terrible rituals and practices, and it's good that they repent. Anon, the fact that these organizations have infamous sinners in their positions of leadership should be enough to tell you that you aren't dealing with something that qualifies as a church according to Biblical principles. See 1 Timothy 3:1-7. >This is a true saying, If a man desire the office of a bishop, he desireth a good work. >A bishop then must be blameless, the husband of one wife, vigilant, sober, of good behaviour, given to hospitality, apt to teach; >Not given to wine, no striker, not greedy of filthy lucre; but patient, not a brawler, not covetous; >One that ruleth well his own house, having his children in subjection with all gravity; >(For if a man know not how to rule his own house, how shall he take care of the church of God?) >Not a novice, lest being lifted up with pride he fall into the condemnation of the devil. >Moreover he must have a good report of them which are without; lest he fall into reproach and the snare of the devil. That's literally what the New Testament says. If you have an organization with unmarried men, or men who drink... much less men who are not blameless (i.e. they were involved in infamous crimes like satanism at some point in the past) being appointed to the office of Pastor or Bishop... if there is anyone falling under any of those categories having any position of leadership in that capacity, then you already know you are not dealing with the church of God, as described in the New Testament. The requirements for pastors are laid out directly in 1 Timothy 3, Included in that Scripture is that they must be married, and be "blameless." If someone doesn't meet that bar, but they are still repentant, then they can be members of the church, yes - but not Pastors. (Or deacons, see 1 Timothy 3:8-13). Also only men can be Pastors, obviously. Any so-called "church" that appoints disqualified individuals in these respects, is not even a valid church and nobody should be a part of it. Such an organization is just a cult or false religion - take your pick - masquerading as one, while openly denying the above tenets of the Bible to the shame of all of those that are willfully involved in that deception. Not only that, but said false churches are promoting false doctrine by pretending to be a church and leading others astray despite their willful and heinous violation of this direct biblical fact, which relies totally on ignorance of this clear statement in Scripture and the New Testament which is against them, their cause, and their wicked and deceitful practices to the contrary of this plainly and easily ascertained fact which is found directly from the book of 1 Timothy and can be quoted directly to immediately prove them wrong, and show them immediately to be utterly wicked and completely abhorrent to what Scripture directly requires and says.
>>1582 Good point also, sorry if I didn't read it at first I thought it was form another thread. So yeah good point,I personally know that I am not good enough to say who should be a leader of this or that church ,so Im personally not concern

Mathematic logic Anonymous 09/27/2021 (Mon) 05:27:07 No.1579 [Reply]
Have you heard of Gödel's incompleteness theorems? >The first incompleteness theorem states that no consistent system of axioms whose theorems can be listed by an effective procedure (i.e., an algorithm) is capable of proving all truths about the arithmetic of natural numbers. For any such consistent formal system, there will always be statements about natural numbers that are true, but that are unprovable within the system. The second incompleteness theorem, an extension of the first, shows that the system cannot demonstrate its own consistency. Not all truths can be proven.
>>1579 I personally think God did this intentionally to test us, if there was clear prove we wouldn't have faith, if tomorrow the laws of physic changes , maybe earth gravity is 3 instead of 9.8, I wouldn't' care ,but if you say Jesus was wrong in something ,and I'm outraged or confused of why would someone say that. Humans don't have faith in provable thing ,they just believe because it's obligatory ,I bet people would eat rocks if they could. But I disagree with you in your claim that there isn't evidence,what about Jesus,what about his historical records and other which confirm the Bible,what about the how are brains are distributed(the left one although smarter have does more bad such as lying and searching own benefit,while the right one remembers people and do things which don't hurts other),what about the similarities between the bible and ""Real"" history such as Adam and Eve?

Roman empire Anonymous 09/17/2021 (Fri) 01:27:21 No.1510 [Reply]
Can anyone debunk the the theory that Revelation was about events happening contemporaneous to its writing, like revelation being about the Roman empire?
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>>1556 This is a new thing with image boards being against necrobumping, i remember old school 4chan didn't care if you bumped an old thread.
>>1510 Well the events described in Revelation are described as something global ,and don't mention a specific group most of the time John says "Man" ,instead of Roman ,Greek,Israelite ,etc, not to mention that the events described would be noticed globally ,thing which didn't happen as we don't have other cultures records about things as the Mark of The Beast, constant mortality , disturbances between solar and lunar,etc. But I haven't heard to much things about the Revelation being a Roman only thing so if someone could share something please do.
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>>1570 It is about the entire world generally. But explicit typologies designate that the "Mystery Babylon" entity in Revelation 17–19 is the Roman empire/catholicism. This is probably where you are getting that connection from. The whore sitting on the beast represents the unholy fusion of state and "church". It also represents the so-called last kingdom of Antichrist. This last kingdom has to occur before God the Son, our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ returns. The church was always meant to represent the kingdom of Christ. We are supposed to be His ambassadors, as it says in the New Testament. Jesus said in John 18:36, "My kingdom is not of this world: if my kingdom were of this world, then would my servants fight, that I should not be delivered to the Jews: but now is my kingdom not from hence." Hence, we see that any entities that are a creation of the corrupt form known as the state church, of which Roman Catholicism is just one, are overall represented by this whore sitting on a beast. The whore itself being the one who corrupts the kings of earth through her fornication, by allowing grievous, ungodly and unrepentant sinners in its midst simply because they are powerful or important. Constantine the Great for instance. The beast that this whore rides on is the state apparatus, which was originally the Roman Empire; later it fallaciously called itself "Christendom," being the enemy of truth and liberty under God; and the same will ultimately end up being the New World Order / One World Government in the end times. All along this time, this entity has the constant idea of using the state apparatus to crush those that do not agree with its leaders by force, imprisoning or torturing them, such as in the various persecutions and Inquisitions. It doesn't really follow the Bible or any of the precepts of Christ, it only outwardly pretends to do so, this enormous pretence being one of satan's tools to bring the masses under its sway, under a totally false church, a congregation of the polluted and damned, by alluring to the lusts of their flesh, using it to tell them sinful behavior is appropriate, telling them to kill and destroy those who do not assimilate and recognize its leaders, etc. Sometimes the state church is split into multiple units. When this happens, you get wars like the Thirty Years War where different state churches battle for supremacy. In the end times, it is predicted that there will be one massive state church, this being the great whore of Babylon that Revelation speaks of. And the beast that it sits on would be the One World Government that it tries to create. But yes in general the book of Revelation deals with the world, not just the area of the old Roman Empire.
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>>1570 >But I haven't heard to much things about the Revelation being a Roman only thing so if someone could share something please do. I made the thread because of these two posts, and i've heard another guys say a similar thing on his youtube channel.
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>>1572 Totally agree that the beast will be a government,and rule pretty much everything,in Earth. But I'm gonna ask a very stupid question what if it's only Earth which falls under the anti-christ and eventually under God's justice? Something strange is that there isn't any mention of space or "outer colonies" of Israel or Roman descend, maybe while the Earth falls under temptation and jealousy between them , a generation made by Christians grow in new planets ,with good morals,good living conditions,and knowledge. But man,(or in this case any other human descendants,martians,venunites), isn't perfect and they will forget and fall as we humans did. But those colonies of us will create pure colonies as we did. So maybe(NOTE: THIS IS A FLIMSY HYPOTHESIS WHICH COMES FROM A GUY WHO ISN'T AN EXPERT IN REVELATION) , John didn't described the end of everything but the start of a cycle . >>1572

Vidya General Anonymous 09/07/2019 (Sat) 01:44:38 No.6 [Reply] [Last]
>ITT: Vidya of the 90's and 2000's Keep it limited to the scope of this board, so basically Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Generation consoles only for now. For those who don't know what consoles are part of which generation, here's a quick rundown of the time frame we're talking about... >Fourth Generation: SNES, Sega Genesis/Sega CD >Fifth Generation: PS1, N64, Sega Saturn >Sixth Generation: Dreamcast, PS2, Gamecube, OG Xbox Discussion of games from the Seventh Generation consoles (PS3/Wii/Xbox 360) is allowed as well, but I'd like the thread to mainly focus on the 4th-6th console genererations since the 7th Gen era carried over into the 2010's and a lot of the games from that era onward obviously have far more in common with modern gaming than stuff from the 16-bit consoles or the PS1 and PS2 eras.

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AAHHHHHH!!!!!
I missed out on the entire 5th gen (went from NES to PC, then back to consoles during the 6th gen) but I used to believe it was a really shit generation overall with the N64 being the only console with some good games - until recently when I decided to use my PS2's backwards compatibility to try out some PS1 games, and holy fuck I've discovered so many cool games, and I really love the low poly aesthetics they have, they look much better than the N64 games imo.
>>1982 >I really love the low poly aesthetics they have, they look much better than the N64 games imo. I thought PlayStation games looked like garbage at the time, but in retrospect the Nintendo 64 look didn't age well at all in comparison. It's still not a generation I'm enamored with. Other than the multiplayer games, I preferred both PC games and the prior generations of consoles as a kid.
>>1982 I had a similar path, NES to PC, but never came back. Although, many of my friends had systems, so I did get to play with them. The 5th gen systems were significant, in the change from mostly 2D to 3D graphics. The original Resident Evil games for PS1 were awesome.
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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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Fell asleep at 5:30pm and woke up around 12:30am. Oh boy.
No one on this forum cares about you.
>>5688 WRONG. We all care about eberryone else in the world. Deeply so. Just not you. Truth be told, you are literally the only person in the entire world we don't care about. Bad things happened to you today? LOL TL;DR It must be a sad, strange existence for such a sad, strange little man as you are. Regardless, farewell.
everyone cares about Anon
Struggled to get out of bed, posted here and elsewhere, still dark out.
managed to come to class, not sure how the rest of the day will fare, probably won't do much after getting home

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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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go ahead and kill you worthless clucks. thats all you are good for anyway maybe you never existed. maybe i never its not like you need anything to exist but you
since you all win me so much already and is correct compared to anything i say i guess you wont be going to heaven anymore lol you dont need math or science or ruler or counting its always correct whatever you say so... i guess you ll be going to hell? haha
tldr cuz you are lazy
threatened to be raped and mutilated sexually by islam unless i do hugs and kisses and trespass their personal table while declaring it illegal this is how open minded islam is i guess
at class, not berry comfy tbh lost my motivation have a nice day anons

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Anonymous 09/03/2021 (Fri) 12:34:50 No.1358 [Reply] [Last]
Why has the Church chosen to follow the world by supporting age of consent and anti-pedophilia? Biblically no distinction is made between children and adults for the purpose of sexuality, so why do even churches who follow the bible on other things like homosexuality go with the flow on this?
Do not advocate or assist real paedophilia or child abuse
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>>1566 >I have told you nothing but the truth That is debatable. You haven't been arguing in good faith, even for image board standards. So it's really easy to dismiss what you say as good lawyering for a bad position.
>>1567 >You haven't been arguing in good faith And what are you basing that accusation on, the fact you dislike what I've said but struggle to refute it?
>>1569 >And what are you basing that accusation on see >>1379
>>1573 Imagine expecting to be taken seriously when your argument is literally "that's stupid"
>>1574 I accept your concession.

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living life as /retro/ as possible Fellow Time Traveler 09/22/2021 (Wed) 03:47:35 No.1985 [Reply]
Anyone else here /retro/maxxing? I've realized there is no point in denying myself happiness and gigacoziness and I may as well go all in on my retro obsessions even if it's a bit weird. I could list a bunch of things I'm doing but I'll start with just a couple here >film photography I have never bought a digital camera and I have stopped being a NEET lately. I have a small comfy job so I have some money and I buy rolls of film on occasion and I carry a late '90s point and shoot camera with me almost everywhere I go. It's fun and super comfy. I also started developing black and white film myself, at home. >computer I have set up my windows machine to look like windows 98 (not completely accurate but I've changed over the icons and use a classic theme, etc. And on my linux machine I have set it up to look like some versions of UNIX from the late 80s to early 90s. And for my browser I use Pale Moon and I have it set to look like Netscape. >music I go to the record store sometimes and browse around and I have a collection of tapes, CDs, and records which I listen to. I have a lot of fun fixing cassette decks too.

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Being anti-smartphone will put you back to the 2000s, so it becomes less of a choice. Everything is integrated into smartphones that used to be separate devices. -Watch -Digital music player -Digital camera -Digital camcorder -PC/Laptop for Internet Some of those devices are still in production, but the available selection has significantly narrowed. At the low-end, cameras have replaced the need for camcorders, but are still separate devices for high-end use. Being botnet aware, will also make certain older generation hardware more appealing, if you want an x86 processor. For Intel, it would be PIII Tualatin and P4 to Core2 Penryn, with no vPro capable chipset. All Intel CPU starting with Nehalem have Management Engine. Protected Processor Identification Number (PPIN) was later added to x86 CPUs starting with Intel's Ivy Bridge architecture and compatible Zen 2 AMD CPUs. That feature is similar to the Intel PIII Processor Serial Number (PSN), which was removed for Tualatin.
>>1993 A 30" Sony Trinitron. I couldn't believe my eyes the first time I tested it with an RGB cable, the picture is so sharp and the colors are incredible, I didn't remember CRTs could look this nice. I seriously don't understand this fucking obsession with 4K TVs and Blu-ray, my fucking Revenge of the Sith DVD looks so awesome that anything more just seems like an overkill for me.
>>2008 >A 30" Sony Trinitron. I couldn't believe my eyes the first time I tested it with an RGB cable, the picture is so sharp and the colors are incredible, I didn't remember CRTs could look this nice. I'd like to see a Trinitron in person, especially one that size. I have some CRTs, but I think thinks look nicer on the smallest one I have. Trinitrons are supposed to be the cream of the crop. >I seriously don't understand this fucking obsession with 4K TVs and Blu-ray, my fucking Revenge of the Sith DVD looks so awesome that anything more just seems like an overkill for me. I miss the days when watching a VHS tape on a CRT was good enough for me. HD doesn't really impress me anymore, so I might be going back to that point mentally. Too bad a lot of old movies released on VHS looked like garbage compared to the later DVD releases, when proper restorations were starting to become common.
>>2008 Yeah I'm jealous. I am hoping to pick up a CRT monitor from a shop nearby but I doubt anything as nice as a Trinitron. One day when I have the money I may plunk down a few hundred for a really nice CRT.
>>2000 relevant digits. Speaking of PIII I have a laptop with one and I just bought a charger cable for it at a nearby electronics swap meet. I'm going to load 98se on it and have some fun with it.

Anon 07/19/2021 (Mon) 12:52:33 No.5261 [Reply]
>Nanochan base >remove name, email and sage options (no attention-seeking hobbits!) >remove eberry formatting option except quotes and links (isn't plaintext UTF-8 enough?) >remove images (they are more often than not cacaty irrelevant wojaks and avatars) >no /pol/ board Ah yes, perfect-chan. Don't you agree?
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>>5275 i'm already a user
>>5275 >add grassy meadows, blue sky, and clouds >add trees and a river >add birds and deer and rabbits yep... I'm thinking its perfect bros
>implying I don't have an imageboard on my local network where I'm the only user its for dev purposes and image transfer, but it's not bad >>5261 >they are more often than not poopy irrelevant wojaks and avatars No offense intended; browse better imageboards. There's one that's been up and famous since '07 and you can count the wojak-derivative images on one hand. Maybe two hands if you include threads still up from 2014. (And yes, they don't have a /pol/ board. All politics in one thread, which is mostly dead. It's unintentionally an honorary /comfy/ site) >isn't plaintext UTF-8 enough? 🤷 I'm not going to say a perfect-chan, as a graphics person, but it wood rank berry highly provided enough content and users existed. >>5270 >I genuinely never see anyone posting wojaks outside of the big chans though. To overgeneralize, I notice three crowds of alt. imageboard users; those there for niche interests, those there for less moderation (often politics-related, drama-related or wojak-related) and those there to escape 4chan's increasingly monotonous anti-culture.
>>5261 maybe you wood like to use a textboard instead
>>5838 Not OP, but I visit a few textboards from time to time. I wish they were more popular, it's berry slow to the point of being almost dead, sometimes there are several days with no new posts at all. https://4-ch.net/4ch.html <-- Ancient, my favorite. https://dis.tinychan.net/ https://dis.4ct.org/ Might be interesting if some of the bigger altchans opened textboards to increase interest in other existing textboards as well, but I fear they'd just be dead on arrival.

Book discussion Anon 04/20/2021 (Tue) 23:25:49 No.4258 [Reply]
‘’’Book thread!’’’ Anon, what is the best book you have ever read? Why do you like it? Has it changed the way you view the world?
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>>4635 >Corpus Hermetica I need to read that someday.
Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky is one of my favourite books and was a major factor in my eventual conversion to Christianity. I'm not great at writing but I think primarily it has to do with Dostoevsky's understanding of the human condition and without spoiling the story I found the main character's thoughts relatable and the ending in regards to the characters' resolutions rather beautiful in a way.
I can't decide which one but one from Alan Watts. Maybe The Wisdom Of Insecurity, Psychotherapy East And West, Become What You Are, The Way Of Zen, Tao: The Watercourse Way.. I can't decide.
I could never pick a "best" book out of what I've read. I don't really know why. Right now I'm reading Congo by Michael Crichton.

Anonymous 09/01/2021 (Wed) 18:20:08 No.3388 [Reply]
I'm afraid christ crashed endchan so I'll post toast I don't feel too good about looking like the ONWO but these vaccine passports could be good, if and only if the policy was for all the smart countries to sand vaccine passports from all the countries citizens from countries that demand vaccine passports. If we could separate cool danger world from hot police state world then this world cold war wouldn't be good for nothing.
Yes, East/West Berlin passports are good thing. Welcome to Soviet Union comrade, enjoy your stay.
certificate of vaccination = certificate of retardation you have failed the citizenship test, you are evidently a danger to yourself and others around you your right to vote, among other rights, shall been rescinded as you are demonstrably without a sound state of mind, you and your genetic lineage shall be held as wards of the state, prohibited from making your own choices, your opinions, thoughts and desires are to be disregarded as the mumbling of an insane person the future is near thank god this injection leaves a permanent paper and genetic record, not one of you retards will worm your way out of due judgment

anon 04/12/2021 (Mon) 21:20:05 No.4179 [Reply]
Tea or coffee?
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Coffee is good for when I just woke up and need to get ready to work. Tea is good for late night get comfy and watch anime time. And hot chocolate is good all the time but I need to watch my calorie intake
coffee is bad for heart and makes black teeth tea of of course
I prefer hot chocolate with a small amount of coffee in it. tea and coffee is good too tho
Cawfee. With milk if it's cheap coffin and I intend to chug.
>>4179 I prefer coffee, but tea is more /comfy/

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. https://yewtu.be/watch?v=A-6XqqYWzU8 https://yewtu.be/watch?v=cH2guTTyX8s https://yewtu.be/watch?v=TRCQmNMOqUY 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 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMFaP5NYNb8 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 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MUEHZHJjB7Q
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>>1478 The "Deep Blue" song sounds like 90s Trance without the annoying hi-hat loop a lot of 90s Trance incoporated. So in other words, it sounds like good late 90s Trance. The other two links are retro songs, so not really original to him. "FM-84 - Atlas" is probably the closest new original music I've heard, that could pass for a late 80s "soft rock" album. Much of Synthwave music isn't trying to accurately replicate 80s music, it's just borrowing the popular sounds from that era and combining them with new production software and tech to make original tracks. While the terms aren't concrete, Retrowave is probably a better description for new music which strives to pass as 80s synth pop music, whereas Synthwave is revisiting the 80s synth sound and evolving it.
>>2007 >Much of Synthwave music isn't trying to accurately replicate 80s music, it's just borrowing the popular sounds from that era and combining them with new production software and tech to make original tracks. While the terms aren't concrete, Retrowave is probably a better description for new music which strives to pass as 80s synth pop music, whereas Synthwave is revisiting the 80s synth sound and evolving it. That's why I prefer the earlier stuff, which leaned more toward capturing the feeling of '80s synth music without necessarily trying to sound identical.

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So anons, how's your life going? Anon 07/09/2021 (Fri) 20:33:28 No.5219 [Reply]
Me, I'm thinking of getting the ASVAB because well... I don't exactly know where to go in my life than just being a neet and I don't want that. Might as well make my self useful huh
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>>5219 >back in college full-time >got a job working 30 hrs/wk >running eberry other day >practicing spanish >reading more It feels nice to be doing something with my life, but I'm so tired...
>>5845 my goodness sounds like a recipe for burnout (if i were in your shoes)
Life should be going good. New job that I really wanted with lots of training and potential. Health is going OK. Spooky season is imminent. But, I'm feelin kinda lonesome. Got a case of the melancholy. Wood like someone nice to hold hands with and look at the sea.
>>5848 Wood, not wood. But I was thinking of a nice forest walk to be fair
>>5849 You shouldn't try to fight the filters, to bee honey.

Comfy Wallpapers Anon 09/01/2020 (Tue) 13:05:54 No.2522 [Reply]
Post comfy wallpapers, looking at the same screen eberry day can be tiresome.
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>>2732 Higher resolution.
here is a nice autumn wallpaper. I change my desktop background to suit the season, generally.
>>3978 Me too. But it makes me feel a little sad, too. I never really got to fully experience school in many ways, and it's a melancholy feeling to think back on what could have been.
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>>5827 I know that feel. I seemed to have missed out on the usual rites of passage teenagers go through.

Faith in Translation Anonymous 09/16/2021 (Thu) 16:17:57 No.1505 [Reply]
Acts 12:4, KJV >And when he had apprehended him, he put him in prison, and delivered him to four quaternions of soldiers to keep him; intending after Easter to bring him forth to the people. Acts 12:4, NIV >After arresting him, he put him in prison, handing him over to be guarded by four squads of four soldiers each. Herod intended to bring him out for public trial after the Passover. Literary definition of πάσχα (pascha): >Noun - Accusative Neuter Singular >Strong's 3957: The feast of Passover, the Passover lamb. Of Chaldee origin; the Passover Practical usage of πάσχα in Greek: >Πάσχα • (Páscha) n (indeclinable) >(Primary) 1. (religion, Christianity) Easter >Καλό Πάσχα! ― Kaló Páscha! ― Happy Easter! >(Secondary) 2. (religion, Judaism) Passover The English term "Passover" was first known to be recorded in the English language in William Tyndale's translation of the Bible.

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>>1505 This is one of those cases where if we let the Bible define its terms for us, we have no problem. If we attempt to impose our own definitions on words, like we want it to mean this or that, we start to have problems. The word literally means what it means in the context of where it's given. If I say a word from the KJV, any word at all, I mean it in the way that it's used there. Hopefully that helps. I should take a moment to note that our modern language and the original dictionaries of the English language were written on the basis that this, the King James version specifically, was the "accepted" translation. It was also the only one used until something like 1880 (the first Revised Version) at the earliest. What that basically means is that, for English, you always get the accurate translation of words just by referring back to it. It also means that you know you are referring to the same things that the Bible does in English by using its words. It's only when you start getting away from that, like the modern versions do, that you begin to get into trouble. I would also say that any of the earlier versions that led up to the KJV, like the Geneva 1560 or Tyndale 1534 translation, are going to be fine 99% of the time. These earlier translations had less time and resources dedicated to making them perfectly reflect the received text as we know it, but they were made toward the same end. The main item of importance is that the translations were based on, and should reflect, the received Greek New Testament and the original Hebrew and Syriac Old Testament, that way you get the original books of the Bible as they were in the first century. By comparing the amount of research, energy and resources poured into each translation project leading up to the KJV, we see that nothing before 1611 compares to the minute attention to detail of every word, tense and sentence structure that the KJV translation does. This extra attention to detail has paid tremendous benefits in the long term to the English world. And until people started moving away from the Authorized version in the 20th century, we had the best understanding of the Bible because of it that it was possible to have. This is due to the overall accuracy of the 1611 translation to the received and preserved text that represents the written word of God. You will also notice that a great moral decline is tied to the introduction of modern versions, especially moving into the mid to late 20th century. This is because people were moving away from the Bible that was accurate and trustworthy and heaping up to themselves teachers with itching ears, as it says in 2 Timothy 4: "For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears; And they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables." These "fables" would be the modern versions, which contain thousands of deletions from passages throughout the Bible, including entire verses, especially in the New Testament. The Bible represents the one unchanging truth. It can't be changed, people. But as soon as people starting switching over to them, they started noticing all the errors and contradictions in those modern versions, and it led to a great falling away. They gradually lost interest in the Bible after finding all of the errors and inconsistencies in the modern versions. This was probably part of the great deceiver's plan all along. Going all the way back to the beginning, Satan has always tried to cause people to doubt whether God really said things, or whether it was actually something else. But Christ assures us this is not possible. Hence He says in the Gospel of Matthew, "Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away." And Peter says this about Scripture, "Being born again, not of corruptible seed, but of incorruptible, by the word of God, which liveth and abideth for ever.

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>>1505 Passover, obviously. Translation as Easter is anachronistic and does not fit the context. Neither Herod nor any of the Jews would have been celebrating Easter. >>1520 >I should take a moment to note that our modern language and the original dictionaries of the English language were written on the basis that this, the King James version specifically, was the "accepted" translation. It was also the only one used until something like 1880 (the first Revised Version) at the earliest. What that basically means is that, for English, you always get the accurate translation of words just by referring back to it This is just nonsense, basically reflects complete historical and linguistic illiteracy. You should not go making knowledgeable claims about things you do not understand, brother.
>>1521 >You should not go making knowledgeable claims about things you do not understand, brother. If my claims are knowledgeable, why are they things I don't understand? That doesn't make any sense.

Anonymous 06/06/2021 (Sun) 21:00:31 No.1019 [Reply]
Is the vaccine the mark of the beast or not? I have seen a lot of good evidence that it is indeed the mark, but the vaccine is still not required everywhere, there is still no version (of the vaccine/passport) that makes a mark on the hand or forehead, and the antichrist still has not been revealed. So is it the mark or not? This question has been tearing me up. I am having a hard time just living my life these days. I have been under a lot of spiritual attack, and even found myself moving away from the faith for the first time since becoming a Christian. Can anyone help with this pressing topic?
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>>1390 1) Christ clarifies in the following sentence that it is sowing with intent after the desires of the flesh that reaps corruption. God doesn't condemn those that act in good faith; in addition, it earns corruption, not damnation. All same such corruption is atoned for in the crucifixion (He knoweth all things), from which sinners can be restored through repentance and prayer. 2) The condemnation of Israel's insolence in turning away from God before the arrival of Christ is not a blanket condemnation that applies to Christians under the new covenant. God made the old covenant with the Jews, their role in violation was as witness to what not to do in matters of faith and religion. 3) The power of Christ's grace is supreme. When He says that all can be saved, He means ALL can be saved. He has the power to drag men out of the worst of vice to bring them into His Kingdom, so long as they express perfect contrition in their faith towards Him. Paul exposits that Christians are not to take after Pharisees in placing yokes on one another, not even regarding the basic and critical Jewish ritual of circumcision. The suffering that Christians bear is not in some Pelagian scheme of who can be the most perfect - that is all in vanity because there is no perfect man but Christ. He suffered to free the world from the tyranny of the law, to be the advocate at the right-hand of the Father that preserves those that wholly confide in Him for their deliverance from the wrath they justly deserve. Salvation doesn't mean Christians never sin; it's the awareness of the weight of one's sins that Christ bears for them, that only He can bear because He has supreme capacity as the God-Man, that He has conquered and will conquer for all the price of death. Christians are like Simon, who helped Christ bear the cross, but only for a brief respite. That which we can bear we bear with boldness, but to His efforts ours will always fail to match or outdo. Our Lord took it on Himself to bear the totality of human evil through death, and in Resurrection brought before the world the sign of His ultimate victory for all.
the vaccine isn't the mark of the beast. repeat after me. Vaccines are safe and effective. Vaccines are safe and effective. Vaccines are safe and effective. Do not question the mainstream narrative.
the vaccine isn't the mark of the beast. repeat after me. Vaccines are safe and effective. Vaccines are safe and effective. Vaccines are safe and effective. Do not question the mainstream narrative.
>>1507 >all can be saved >all are saved false equivalence. the bible teaches judgement, discernment and exclusion.
>>1503 That is a fair argument, I concede. >>1507 A very inspiring sermon, thank you for posting, God be with and bless you.

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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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>>873 >bo burnham I'm glad that it's not just me noticing that things have actually gotten darker.
Looks like they removed the option to sort videos by oldest, newest and most popular on the app. I just don't understand why they keep removing simple features like this.
>>1972 the collective will decide your playlist, brother DO NOT TOUCH THAT DIAL DO NOT EVEN THINK ABOUT IT (oops. too long a sentence) DO NOT EVEN THINK
>>1972 Youtube prioritizes corporate channels, so their videos will fill any video feeds. Sort by newest was useful for finding smaller channels.
>>1972 >>2001 invidious still lets you narrow results by day, week and month.

/christian/ Meta thread Anonymous 07/25/2020 (Sat) 09:38:59 No.144 [Reply] [Last]
Hello and welcome all to /christian/, the new church of the cafe. I'll be taking over from the old owner, so if there's anything you want to tell me about the board, go ahead and do it here. In addition, I'm looking for a few mods to maintain the status of the board. If you're interested, please, contact me at churchofanoncafe@airmail.cc to let me know.
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>>1541 Interestingly, you have not even correctly applied the rules. That rule is defined as >Do not post, link to, or request content that advocates for, plans, advises, or otherwise assists real paedophilia or child abuse. Do not create boards for the sole purpose of spreading this content. That thread is about theology, the content of scripture, and reforming the laws of man according to that standard. At no point did it in any way advocate for criminal activity.

Anonymous 09/22/2021 (Wed) 17:11:12 No.156 [Reply]
>dead board SPOOOOOOOOOKYYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!!!!!!
>>156 That's just half of it lol >>>/meta/15120

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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>>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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>>1871 These pictures are from a fairly well-known place, but from three different points in the decade. Notice how many people are wearing Chinese made running shoes by the end.
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>>1872 Computer graphics got a lot better and more affordable, post Y2K. As an extension of that, CAD modeling and graphic design likely got a boost, because the equivalent of a nice gaming computer could be used for those purposes instead of a multi-thousand dollar SGI workstation computer. For example compare the original Unreal from 1998 to Unreal Tournament 2003. I don't quite remember if Unreal looked more like the first picture, or one of the others. That's the problem with finding screenshots from older games. Some look better than they actually did, due to upgraded texture resolutions and not using CRT monitors. I do remember seeing some of the original Unreal assets in the Unreal Tournament (UT99) editor and they did seem to be noticeably lower quality than the ones created for that game.
>>1880 UT99 was a bunch of fun in multiplayer, but I somehow missed the original Unreal. Has anyone here played it?

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Subcultures and fashion of the 90s & 2000s Fellow Time Traveler 08/11/2021 (Wed) 09:36:23 No.1892 [Reply]
What subculture were you a part of, Fellow Time Travelers? 90s bros, did you go to rave parties? 2000s kids, did you get some of that easy emo pussy?
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>>1955 True they are also part of the Metal scene. But I mean the "hanging" wearing style. Just as some sort of obviously accesior
I was just the depressed fat kid who wore all black listening to mallcore like metallica and manson while thinking it was heavy metal.
>>1979 Metallica is metal and not at all mallcore, although I guess St. Anger kind of flirted with mallcore. Marilyn Manson is both.
>>1959 >Another thing is that those cultures were innocent I guess, it was all about fashion and music and feelings, while subcultures today are all about politics. Indeed, it must suck being a kind in school right now. I don't remember politics being all that important to kids until they went off to higher education, and even then, it was still cringe to see inexperienced youth knowing how to solve the worlds problems.
>>1981 Load, Reload and half of the Black Album are the archetypical mallmetal stuff. >>1997 lol, edgy angry teenagers being more prone to common sense than some college students was always a naive but ironic sight to see and hear at parties or hangouts. >Hangouts Now that's something that i see lost even before pandemic times, it was normal to gather 5 or even 10 people (sometimes more) and roam like a gang to anywhere and just shoot the shit telling jokes or doing stuff on the spot, recently it wasn't normal to see other than the eternal 2 or 3 close friends planning to do something.

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/Comfy/ room Anon 02/26/2021 (Fri) 01:11:48 No.3834 [Reply]
Is your room /comfy/ as of now? Are there anything you will do to make it even more so?
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>>3984 but I barely have the motivation to go anywhere. when I return, crushing despair sets in
>>3996 Welp, as my old granpappy used to tell me "Just keep throwing sh*t up again the wall some. Eventual somethin will stick". Just keep at it Anon, things will get better somehow.
Mine is pretty comfy. The main thing I think is to have good lighting which means warm light, not cold and soulless white light. In my desk lamp I have an incandescent bulb that has more filaments that a standard bulb you'd buy and it glows a berry rich amber color. I don't always use it, because I have a regular soft white bulb in the floor lamp in my room, but sometimes late at night I'll use it. Berry comfy. Also I have some houseplants and my room looks like it could be from the 90s which is also /comfy/. I like to relax sometimes and listen to some records.
Mine is not comfy. It is too warm unless it's cold out and then it's too cold in here. It's small. What few shelves and drawers fit are crowded.
>>5833 unfortunately I don't suppose there's much you can do to cool it down when it's hot apart from having an air conditioner. You might try covering the windows with some sort of shade or blackout curtains to stop sunlight from getting in and heating things up, though. I almost always have a window open in my room when it's warm outside as well. When it's cold you should bring out some blankets and stuff to get cozy when you're sitting at the computer

Fellow Time Traveler 04/15/2020 (Wed) 02:12:08 No.536 [Reply] [Last]
Aesthetics thread Missing files >>1594
Edited last time by GOAT on 06/29/2021 (Tue) 13:42:48.
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>>1969 The CD Store states on that website, it was made using Virtual Home Space Builder https://archive.org/details/vhsb_2.2 so it was a VRML website. Neato.
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>>1971 It would have been interesting to see.
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I just got this. It's a neat little book of 3D artwork from 1997 and is the source for the Jurgen Ziewe images in the thread (most of them, at least). It's worth a buy if you come across it and like that style of art.

Chats NudeNinax 06/24/2021 (Thu) 14:10:32 No.5173 [Reply]
Hey I'm new does anybody want to talk?
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>>5774 Nothing exciting. Kind of disappointing.
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It can be fun to walk up to people in a public setting and strike up a conversation.
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>>5810 What conversations have you had with strangers? Anything you can greentext?

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Having Children Anonymous 06/07/2021 (Mon) 16:58:49 No.1029 [Reply]
There is no practical difference between a white homosexual atheist marxist and white, supposedly right-wing "white-nationalist" imageboard browser, if they both end up not having children. In fact, the biggest damage done to Europeans spiritually and culturally is the decline in having large families and lots of children. Let's put aside the differences between Catholics, protties, and orthodox for now and discuss why people aren't having children, and how to change it. Also, how to change your mentality from the "life should be about fun" mindset to a more traditional mindset of raising and providing and creating something genuinely meaningful. Personally I think the loss a connection to god and the sense of something to work towards and to create for the future, for your children and not just for your momentary pleasures, is a big reason why people just don't have children. Even so-callled "right"-wing people on the internet will claim to be anti-natalist or to not want kids for one reason or another. Nothing could possibly be more damaging to faith and to the souls of people on earth than to not have children and pass down your beliefs.
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>>1029 >implying that any woman would ever fuck you LOLing @ u
We have to remember the deeper truth, which we learn through believing the word of God, the Holy Bible. Our Lord and Savior showed us that the things the world seeks will fade away and die. We are taught to seek after the kingdom of God first, and the rest that we have need of will be added to us. God knows who believes in Him. Everyone dies. As Hebrews says, "it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment." And no amount of population rate increase or decrease will change that reality of our impending death. Politics is just a pipe dream, a distraction from the real pressing issues. First of all, this is to get right with our Creator, God, by believing on His only begotten Son, who was sent into the world to take away our sins, which is the thing that we really need. Remember what the Bible says in Colossians, when it says, "If ye then be risen with Christ, seek those things which are above, where Christ sitteth on the right hand of God. Set your affection on things above, not on things on the earth. For ye are dead, and your life is hid with Christ in God. When Christ, who is our life, shall appear, then shall ye also appear with him in glory." This means that the entire narrative that the world teaches, specifically the eugenic theory, that gene survival is the basis/end of all action is false. It's ingrained in everything of this world. This is the underlying narrative that our world believes in this age. It will be rebuked by our Lord in the coming age. This is currently the night before the dawn. Those who are asleep in Christ will rise again, just as Jesus Himself is arisen today. All those who deny Him will be sent in shame at that day to their final end. With that in mind, I am concerned primarily with gaining souls to the cause of Christ. Each eternal life, which is put here with a purpose, is of so much more importance than what happens to us in the brief life we live here, which passes by in so short a time. We will be glad we spent time glorifying God if we did before He came, and that we believed His word (thanks to His grace) even during these doubting times. It's true that the relative decline in behavior we see around us is due in part to the circumstances of the age, and also due to the malign influences of those who hate us. But that's the way the world has been, there is nothing truly new under the sun. There was never a golden age, that's a myth... and I think you know it. What we should focus on is serving the Lord in whatever role we were given. For those of us that are saved and born again believers, if that means sacrificing things of this world to gain a greater reward, based on our faith in God's justice, we shouldn't complain about it but be thankful when opportunities come. And yes, it may or may not involve having children. It just depends on what God has in store specifically for you.
>>1494 I love how this retard doesnt even mention neglectful and abusive parents being a good many cases of both lowering birthrates and those schizos preaching gospel on the internet as a way to cope with their trauma. God literally says multiple times in the bible “I will help you if you have faith and get off your ass and do something” I am paraphrasing. he is not this omnipotent bitchslapping smite hand that a lot of “christians” make them out to be. Self defense is not a sin like a lot of “christians” spout off because they also participate in such bullshit against their own. The same ones who only go to church on sunday and are not true christians like the lord warns of because they do not ever practice the lipservice that they preach. One look over on youtube and other sites proves that. A lot of christians also fall for the “ive got mine now fuck off i dont want to build a community with you and its EZPZ fo get yours too” just world fallacy while never preparing their kids for anything and spouting off bullshit like “honor thy mother and father” while they smear your name to everyone who will hear and even convince and congratulate their kids SO they met in college for cheating on and leaving them over the fucking phone and going “Sex bad mmkay?” While they preach feminist “U gobgurl!” Bullshit while the GC sluts around hell and creation. Meanwhile heathens and foreign invaders multiply like rats and arent told that bullshit puritan agenda and are even venerated for having 50 bastard kids as they were “oppressed” after they chinped out and tried to attack someone like a wild animal.
>>1529 >I will help you if you have faith and get off your ass and do something Genetics come from god. He is omnipotent, when he says "I will help you" it doesn't mean you will get supernatural aid, not unless you're a pious saint, and you're not. The neglectful and abusive parents you mention are a minority. So are all the rotten people you list. The majority of Christians are good. Regardless of denomination or practice. I'd say liberals are the exception but they're not really Christian and would find more in common with a liberal Jew or liberal atheist than a Christian. The majority of Christians are good, well-balanced people. The majority of any church is made up of good, honest people. Go to church, and stop using religion to justify being a loser. I didn't read the previous post because you're a gnostic. God is all powerful, God is all loving, God is all knowing. And Christ is God. The dualism you're promoting is illogical, so is monism.
>>1525 You must be pretty miserable to take such a petty jab at OP.

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I am fading away Iamadude 09/17/2021 (Fri) 01:46:20 No.1515 [Reply]
I have backslidden and my life is a mess, there are things happening to me that I didn't even knew were possible, please help me get back to God.
Read your Bible.
I will pray for you
>>1515 I am going to have to feed you the Jordan Peterson line here anon. I don't know the nature of your "backsliding" (booze? snacks and soft drinks? excessive vidya? doomscrolling on Twitter? sleeping two thirds of the day away?) but what you need to do is reconnect with reality and this is best done by doing ordinary things in the ordinary world. Clean/tidy your room/apartment. Make a proper meal and not some prefab crap. Go get some exercise, ideally outdoors. Reading the Holy Book while your mind is slipping is a dangerous proposition. It might just as well induce psychosis as it might impart wisdom. Center yourself first, then read the Bible.
>>1528 Not OP but thank you. I needed this too.

Student 09/17/2021 (Fri) 15:02:56 ID: 217567 No.518 [Reply]
hello, where can i get the most comprehensive language dictionary/learning resource in the internet?
>>518 libgen if you can't connect to it, change your dns
>>519 thank you!!!
thank you!!!

How can I have my own board? Anon 09/17/2021 (Fri) 02:10:41 No.5805 [Reply]
I ma new here and I want to to create a board but idk how, can someone help me?
What do you want a board about? /comfy/ consultants can help you

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barely ever touch women transporter319 03/22/2021 (Mon) 09:36:54 No.3999 [Reply] [Last]
I just turned 41, I have been alone so long. I can talk them up and get to know them but going on dates or being in a relationship never happens. They seem repulsed by me if we ever hang out. The only times I have touched a woman in the past 15 years is drunk at a bar or once from tinder. I am so tired of being rejected. I am a decent looking guy, 6' tall white economically stable enough I am just tired of feeling like a loser. I live in Chicago plenty of decent women here but it's eating away at my self esteem and making it even harder to get with them. I feel so pathetic no woman has ever been in love with me and the women I like always reject me. How do I change
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>>5590 >Eberrything is kind of political You are only choosing to see it this way. However — it is understandable that one may see things this way if they find that they have little control over their life and want to make sense of things. I buy coffee from local sellers because it tastes better and is cheaper than buying convenience store coffee. It is not a political decision. You can choose to make it one, but it doesn't have to be that way if you want to relax on the politics for a bit. Old habits die hard though.
the onlything ticking is my balls needing to explode. and my need for love. It is true I also have an anger problem and rely on medication, some women can't handle my intensity and I can't mellow myself down for them, unless I'm drunk. Only the ugliest skanks will let me hit, IF the stars align. I feel cursed and like I should RIP myself
biggest and oldest female psyop is convincing men they aren't needed to induce them to simp and chase. actually, the opposite is true: women need men, not the other way around. if you resist them, you're pheromone scent literally changes, you smell different. females can smell your single status and lure you into their pussy slaberry like this simp >>5584
>>5797 Take your meds.
>>5798 It's true.

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What is the meaning of life? anon looking for meaning 09/16/2021 (Thu) 17:34:04 No.5801 [Reply]
Do you know it?
The meaning of life is to just be alive.

Lust problem. Anonymous 09/09/2021 (Thu) 06:49:46 No.1423 [Reply]
I have a problem with lust and pornography. I've tried to quit many times, i've even deleted my porn collections many times over, but it's so accessible and all around me. I've prayed to God to help me with this problem, but i feel that prayers doesn't really help. I don't feel like i can stop, and asking for help would just give me more problems and it's embarrassing. I've stopped for a good while before, but i always come back. People have gotten angry at me for staring at women too much. Has anyone been able to leave their pron addiction?
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>>1439 I don't know, I'm christian and castration and chastity is a bad option,there are some references in the bible that says you shouldn't or that isn't a good idea to do it ,but I don't know just saying opinion. Also here OP it worked for me >https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/site-blocker/offfjidagceabmodhpcngpemnnlojnhn It works on Brave.
I was able to leave the porn addiction. I did that by praying the Rosary frequently.
>>1456 This seams more lightweight than a browser addon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VPfpCVW7ZvM
>>1423 Get a wife.
>>1439 Matthew 19:12 Matthew 18:8–9

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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>>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.
>>503i wish i could do it too. but my days are only filled with dopamine recently

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Anonymous 06/17/2021 (Thu) 19:01:47 No.1080 [Reply]
Will the Jews ever accept the Christ, their King?
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>>1476 Where is the lie?
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>>1477 I think the difference lies not so much in the fact that there are some upper class people. That isn't the real issue. But it is in that those people are non-christians who sneer down at us for believing in God, and who use their positions of influence to create media that intentionally takes the Lord's name in vain, and so forth. Also, teaching people things that go against the faith of Christ as taught in the Bible, teaching promiscuity and so forth. Modern comedian material is incredibly filthy, and again it's entirely thanks to these people. Just look at the people writing/producing the content for these shows. Look at who runs Hollywood. Look at who runs the porn industry. Those kinds of things are really the problem. The fact they have used their nepotism, and willingness to break their word when it comes to those who they call "goyim," to essentially swindle the rest through their dishonor and dishonesty, and have also created a fake history that they try to teach people where they are supposedly the oppressed, which is just sickeningly fake and false but they try to cram it down people's throats... all of this is just one aspect of it.
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>>1483 My point isn't that there aren't Jews in the elite, but that they aren't the only group in the elite working against humanity. >I think the difference lies not so much in the fact that there are some upper class people. That isn't the real issue. But it is in that those people are non-christians who sneer down at us for believing in God, and who use their positions of influence to create media that intentionally takes the Lord's name in vain, and so forth. There are also non-jewish people and groups using their influence to go against God. A few examples would be Hugh Hefner, Walt Disney and Aleister Crowley. I don't know what a solution would be because the elite would always work with satan, but getting rid of the Jews would just leave powerful goyim elite to go against God.
I don't get the third column of "reform". Identifying yourself as Jewish makes you less jew?
>>1487 It's two parts: if the child is an ethnic Jew and identifies as Jewish despite believing in Jesus as Messiah, under the rules of Reform Judaism they are still considered Jewish. If they don't identify as Jewish despite being an ethnic Jew then they aren't considered as Jewish. It should be ELSE not Jewish.

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Does prayer work? Anonymous 09/12/2021 (Sun) 06:59:10 No.1480 [Reply]
I don't suppose there is any proof that prayers works, like prove that God does answer prayer? I guess that's kind of unprovable. If only there was a study done about how many people actually receive answers to their prayers. Here is some scientific proof that prayer promotes good health and longer life. https://www.newsmax.com/health/headline/prayer-health-faith-medicine/2015/03/31/id/635623/
For me it helps me with my worries and make me reflect.
>>1480 Usually when my grandma and I pray about something together it works. I haven't counted the number of times, but I don't know a single time when it hasn't worked. Of course we don't pray for a million dollars or anything, but we always make it through whatever hardship we prayed about. That's enough proof for me.
And this is the confidence that we have toward him, that if we ask anything according to his will he hears us. And if we know that he hears us in whatever we ask, we know that we have the requests that we have asked of him. 1 John 5:14-15
>>1480 Prayer accrues heavenly treasure that devalues the perishable rewards of the world in contrast.

Extraterrestrial Life in the Bible The Being 08/31/2021 (Tue) 19:26:57 No.1343 [Reply]
I am curious about the Biblical view on this subject. Would every intelligent species have their own messiah, or would they need to be saved through Jesus? This assumes they even have souls in the same way as humans at all.
>>1343 they need to be saved by Jesus too. According to Narnia there is a Jesus in every alien world and in every part of the omniverse but he isn't subject to time and space
The space trilogy by C.S. Lewis talks about this.
>>1343 Mark tells us to preach the gospel to every creature. Christ saved humanity which was created in God's image on Earth. Aliens would be in the same category as animals in relation to Christian salvation, but if they have some form of original sin the preaching of the gospel to them would be a witness to the necessity of salvation.

The soul, the spirit and the body Anonymous 09/03/2021 (Fri) 20:12:54 No.1359 [Reply]
Since 8kun is not working properly, i guess i'll ask here. What is the difference between the soul, the spirit and the body?
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>>1417 Thank you for the recommendation, but i can't find out what the "CCC" stands for?
>>1418 catholic junk they claim is a part of the bible
>>1424 It stands for "Catechism of the Catholic Church" which outlines & explains Catholicism >>1424 Its entirely separate from the Gospel.
>>1454 Meant >>1418 the first time
>>1359 The body is the flesh. The soul is the passions. The spirit is the (outward) expression.

Vi ne povas lerni Esperanton Student 09/18/2019 (Wed) 20:07:58 ID: 6e4c8b No.32 [Reply]
Thread dedicated to the Esperanto language (and all other ConLangs)

>Resources

>La Tua Esperanto
bWVnYS5uei8jIVhzdEVVWUpCIWdnc2tfZnNEXzZKUGprTHc5RzNRcGhIM2xJYkU4VXNtYmh0R1gwaEZMRUUgZGRkZA==
>What we need
Sites and resources to help newcomers learn the language

WE'RE DOING THIS MAN
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I've been told that learning Esperanto will make it easier to learn other languages, but I don't really understand how. Is that supposed to apply to people who already have learned another language or is it just saying that learning any language makes it easier to learn others and Esperanto is one you can learn quickly?
>>495 Learning one secondary language makes it easier to learn others. Esperanto is an easy language to learn, so it makes a good second language.
>>495 You should learn the language you are motivated (want) to learn. If you aren't interested in Esperanto, you don't have to study it. >>497 >Learning one secondary language makes it easier to learn others. Esperanto is an easy language to learn, so it makes a good second language. this

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effay /fa/g 11/30/2019 (Sat) 08:36:54 No.25 [Reply] [Last]
sup
edit: WAYWT
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Much better
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>>293 i dont even like madonna
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test test 09/14/2021 (Tue) 04:13:36 No.5792 [Reply]
test
Hey. What are you testing?

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Infinity Cup 7 Preparation Thread CLERMONT FOOT 63 03/14/2021 (Sun) 18:35:41 No.2393 [Reply] [Last]
infinitycup.shoutwiki.com/wiki/Infinity_Cup_7 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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>>2727 >>2779 Good work.

Community Announcements Anonymous Board owner 05/21/2020 (Thu) 16:31:32 No.13261 [Reply]
Sometimes boards do things and think that it would be nice for other boards to know about it. Every week - assuming there are events - we'll post upcoming events in the global announcement slot as smaller community announcements. If you'd like your event to be added to the rotation, post here with your: >Board >Event name >Event thread >Event date and time (please provide time in UTC at minimum plus whatever other timezones you'd like included) Board owners may suppress community announcements without also hiding all global announcements if they desire by using custom CSS to hide class "community-announcements-board-owners-feel-free-to-hide-this". I've taken the liberty of making /otter/'s Ottercine otter movie night the first event we announce. Good job, /otter/.
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There's a Serial Experiments Lain stream party on 2021-7-22 3:59 AM UTC (midnight EST July 21st ) at https://cytu.be/r/thelainstream/ Thanks to the anon who directed me here, but I have no board to attribute.
>>15055 Here's a /lain/ on the webring https://fatchan.org/lain/index.html
>>15056 Thanks
>>15055 Due to a proofreading error, the stream will be hosted again at the same time on 2021-9-22 (midnight EST September 21st), sorry to all the anons who got the wrong memo. I'll be back leading up to then and definitely not make a mistake that time.
>>15055 >>15117 One week left! 2021-9-22 3:59 AM UTC (midnight EST of the night of the 21st)

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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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>>1948 I kind of wish I was old enough to have taken it all in better.
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>>1889 Lol. A kid without a seat belt, sitting in the cargo area of a station wagon, on a California freeway. How would that situation turn out nowadays? >>1845 >>1957 What's with the S&M themes in 90s game adverts.
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>>1957 I was about to say "not to mention a white man with a pretty white wife and two blond kids..." But then it occurred to me that neither of the "parents" are blond. Then I noticed how the driver leers through his rear-view mirror at the boy in back. That's Michael & Lilith Aquino making a pizza delivery to the Presidio

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Deveropa 08/06/2020 (Thu) 23:09:48 ID: fd7b24 No.299 [Reply]
Ok, seems like I'm a fucking retard and this is above my head, so I was hoping that /agdg/ can help me. I've been learning a bit of python as I made some visual novels over the years, I thought I had it ok but I'm stuck with what potentially be something stupid only because I bite more than I could handle. I'm trying to do a simple "Breakout" style mini-game for a new visual novel I'm developing. The gameplay will be largely inspired by both Touhou bullet hell and the original 4 or 5 touhou games that were more in the breakout style. I wanted to have the main character hold a shield and him being able to hold it and toss it, holding the shield would protect him from some projectiles, but he can toss it to damage enemies to either the right or left using the mouse buttons. He should be able to move freely through a portion of the screen, and he would get upgrades through the game like extra shields, more health, and the strength of the shield, and there would be a couple of boss battles using these mechanics. I had the flow map already planned, but the problem is FUCKING REN'PY DOESN'T HAVE SUPPORT FOR PYGAMES ANYMORE Reading some of the documentation, it seems like using creator-defined displayable is the way to go, but I for the life of me can't manage to display the mini-game correctly. Can /agdg/ walk me through this like a retard? Any example code lying around? There are plenty of pygame breakout games around, but I couldn't find a single one ported to ren'py in order to at least see what I'm doing wrong. My other option is moving to godot and trying, but since the game will largely be mostly a visual novel/trainer game, I think it would be pretty retarded to switch engines only because of the mini game, and ultimately I may drop the mini game, but man, I don't want to since I really like the concept.
bump
Sorry it's nothing personal OP, but I didn't reply till now simply b/c I don't do Python. C++ is a much more common language for game dev AFAICT. Good luck with your quest though.

Anon 08/20/2021 (Fri) 14:29:22 No.5509 [Reply]
I miss traditional, semi-anonymous forums. Are there any that don't suck in the current year?
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>>5777 Caca = polite way to say s'h'i't.
>>5780 Just another word filter.
>>5780 >polite way to say s'h'i't. It's pretty vulgar in many spanish-language places
>>5785 What polite word wood you suggest?
>>5786 I don't mind it to be fair but if we want the all-encompassing polite word then there's poo, "pu" is the usual sound i've heard to refer to it in at least 3 other languages aside from english. Sounds like babytalk but it's quite adaptable and easily understood among many.

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Banners Anonymous 09/12/2021 (Sun) 21:34:40 No.1486 [Reply]
Why don't we have banners in the board,I understand that some Christians here might disagree with depictions of Jesus and God,but why we can't banners with symbols like the cross,or at least the name of the board? Here's some from 9chan christian board,that I could get.

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Anonymous 07/01/2021 (Thu) 18:23:33 No.204 [Reply]
coon & the wowter
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>>206 does it really?
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>>205 Coons are very musical coons. They attend woodland community coon-concerts regularly tbh.
>>206 No, I have tor and regularly use otterchan. You can’t post webms or mp4s there, but you can post images and gifs regularly with tor
>>206 Hello fellow otterbro!
>>212 >>217 Do we have a lot of former /otter/ posters here?

Anonymous 04/02/2021 (Fri) 22:59:19 No.85 [Reply]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rE0Aa0-3A3c Why are raccoons so stupid all of the time?
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>>122 Yeah they fit into everything, and then don't fit out again.
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Yeah that's all pretty stupid. Hey why don't we just not do anything?
>>200 >digits That is one fat-assed, lazy looking coon Anon. I bet he collect welfare all day too! :D
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Just because you don't understand them does not mean they are dumb. Maybe they know better and you are the dumb one.
>>223 No, they're definitely dumb.

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Anonymous 09/11/2021 (Sat) 08:38:44 No.220 [Reply]
New raccoon arrived
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>>220 >ywn order a dozen fresh coon overnight from the Globohomo feels bad /pro/
Where do I order coons? Anyone got the number?

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Computers Thread Fellow Time Traveler 08/21/2020 (Fri) 04:41:24 No.803 [Reply] [Last]
Looks like none of the images in the catalog work. Let's get a fresh thread in here, focused on computers! I don't have pictures at the moment to share, but I got lucky today and picked up a nice big beige computer case. I'm assembling a new personal computer from parts that I got deals on, found in the junk heap, or that I was given by friends. So, I guess it's not really a /retro/ computer, but it will be in a /retro/ case, and I plan to get an adapter which will let me use a 3.5" floppy disk drive in there. The adapter plugs into the floppy pins, and presents a USB interface to the motherboard. That adapter is under $10 USD. In fact, I've seen an adapter card that will do the same but for 5.25" floppy disk drives. So, when I have more money, I should be able to have not only a 3.5" FDD, but a 5.25" FDD in my system, running alongside new solid state drives, Blu-Ray disc drives, and of course a few regular hard drives. It should be pretty fun. Again, no pictures yet but I will share with you guys when I can. For now I'll just post one from my collection. What have you guys been up to?
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>>1895 That's a neat one, I've never heard of it before. Having read it came loaded with QNX, that seems noteworthy. Blackberry bought that OS in relatively recent times. It's one of the few microkernal based OS around, maybe the only proprietary commercial one I can think of.
Oh man I can't believe that no one has posted this magnificent thing yet. The TAM, Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh. It was really an exercise in over engineering at the time. Note that big Bose subwolfer. It is not optional because it contains the power supply for the whole computer.
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>>1934 I don't understand the reasoning for that computer, it appears to be the three major components of a laptop (screen, keyboard, and base), rearranged to meet the form factor of a desktop. The aesthetic of the later PowerMac Cube is by far, much better. Although, it was released four years later, which is significant for the high-velocity state of change in the mid to late 90s.
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>>882 I agree, the Outrigger case is a wonderful Mac design, probably the best of the beige ones. The use of translucent and colored plastics with the iMac G3 was a neat change when it happened, but the weird shapes they used, e.g. puck mouse and clam shell laptop, are cringe. The subdued rib texture on some of the surfaces, face plates, is still a very pleasing aesthetic all these years later.
>>974 Mind you to share which chan archiver you use? If selfwritten, are you willing to share source + setup instructions?

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