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Meta thread Anonymage 12/11/2019 (Wed) 20:07:06 No.5 [Reply] [Last]
Please note that this board is a bunker for those who browsed the late Magicchan, and therefore I ask that only those who posted on it use this board as we are still trying to find many anons who were lost. Many thanks for respecting this

Rules are the same as on Magicchan, and I also ask that if you find a lost mage to discreetly and subtly show them this board.
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>>1567 Should be back now. Small oversight.

/sad/ thread Anonymage 03/08/2020 (Sun) 01:50:14 No.332 [Reply] [Last]
Depression, ventilation and other such posts go here. How are you feeling today mage?
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>>1725 I mean I don't fit anywhere. I don't pertain to any group. You could call it being an outcast, but in a group of outcasts I'll still be the outcast. I'm the monkey after the pit of despair.
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>>1724 >I think anonymity is really important. Me too, but my concept of anonymity revolves around a lack of real names and usernames, I don't particularly see a problem when anons recognize each other across different boards and sites altogether, as long as no one is calling each other by fixed handles. I guess this somewhat lighter concept of anonymity comes from BR boards and me spending too much time with chat groups. >I'm sorry to say I don't have any sense of comradery I was wondering about that, now it makes sense. I have no attachment to what became of GG, but I did had a strong bond to the anons in the early GG generals. It was my first contact with so many people working towards a single goal, a somewhat of a noble one at that. That must be why I got upset at you. >I've been in 4chan since 2007 so I guess whatever shit I say is as valid as whatever other shit any other fag says. That's oldfag era. I would say your opinion has value. >I can feel we're far away ideologically, I don't even think in the same language or the same coordinates, now this is my assumption, but who cares? I wonder if you're >>1624. If you are, everything makes more sense, we're on very different positions indeed. Still, I'm not radicalized and polarized to the point of lashing out against those who think different than me right out of the bat, things like that only happen when the situation gets out of hand, which unfortunately happened here albeit thankfully on a much lower scale than what often happens in other boards. >I wouldn't even have bothered if it wasn't for my deplorable mental state. This is something we have in common. I'm a complete mess beyond repairs as well, I should have died a long time ago. Hopefully I will be gone very soon, I can't take this shitty life anymore. >>1726 I can relate to that. Not completely, but I don't fit in most places either.
>>1726 i think you're being too hard on yourself. it was a goofy little argument, nothing really bad came of it, just some autistic frustration. maybe you feel that way in general but I dont think this exchange is evidence of you being incompatible with the board or anything.
>>1728 Nah, it's not because the thread but I can feel the generational differences. I keep acting like if it was 12 years ago and that simply doesn't make sense anymore and I'm to blame. Same thing happened in Wizardchan.
>>1729 I feel like you're wrong on that, i didn't get that impression of a generational difference. It was just poor communication all around.

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2020s discussion Anonymage 01/01/2020 (Wed) 06:57:45 No.194 [Reply] [Last]
A new decade is here. Not that it means much really. All manner of normies right now are drinking and celebrating and doing all sorts of degenerate shit to commemorate a new year while we sit alone doing nothing.
I want to discuss predictions for the new decade. Do you think things will get better or worse? Maybe a better question is do you think things will get worse faster or slower than this past decade? I can't imagine things getting worse at a rate faster than they did these past ten years. The 2000s were pretty good overall until the end but the 2010s got pretty awful real quick, especially with the exponentially growing popularity of social media making normies even more annoying. Which way do you think this decade will go? Can things get much worse? Could they possibly get better?
I know it's pretty arbitrary to divide things like this since obviously the way things work isn't based on decades, things don't suddenly change because the number on the calendar is different, but I feel like it could be interesting to see if any predictions will come true.
Personally I'd just be happy if we got WWIII so not only do I get an easy way out, but my name ends up on a wall somewhere.
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>>1674 I don't think you need complicated surveillance systems when everyone has a smartphone in their pocket. I think this whole idea of "they want control us" is deeply flawed, because they already control us and they've been doing it for many years. You don't need the STASI or a hardcore dictatorship in a world with smartphones and social media. This isn't the 60's or the 70's, there's no alternatives or big social movements. You could argue about the capitol invasion but that only happened because it was sponsored and allowed by the government itself, or part of it. We use to think in terms of social unrest, how you can't upset a majority and all that, but they are dated concepts. Third world countries prove you can have a vast majority of population in absolute poverty and still keep your power indefinitely.
>>1675 I fully agree about smartphones, even discounting the fact that they can easily be backdoored/hacked, NORPs will willingly use them to record everything they do and broadcast it to the world. When I talk about surveillance and control systems I don't mean it's a new thing or they will be the primary or even an overt method of control. As you said there is already effective control of the populace through persistent propaganda and social engineering. I mostly think that AI systems are contingency systems. Right now the general populace could hypothetically still ditch the smart phones, start purposefully jamming the gears of the economic and social systems, even engage in a guerrilla war. It wouldn't be possible to win an all out war, but it would be possible to make it so costly that it would be more beneficial for the state to just make concessions. However AI systems begin to provide persistent total surveillance, automated responses, and even prediction of events, the cost calculations shift further and further out of our favor. >Third world countries prove you can have a vast majority of population in absolute poverty and still keep your power indefinitely. I don't disagree, but third world countries are generally prone to outbursts of unrest, civil wars, and disruption of economic activities. It's not about the rulers being unable to hold control, but that they do so at significant cost and with diminished system stability. I fear that automated systems will make it so that not only is there no longer any significant cost to complete control, but that it becomes the most profitable method of governance. Though after typing all that out, I think you're probably right and I'm just worrying about the exact outcome of a game we've already lost.
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>>1676 >I'm just worrying about the exact outcome of a game we've already lost. When I realized and accepted this, I just gave up on everything and decided to take it easy. Good has lost this fight, might as well as take it easy and just focus on enjoy the things you care about. To paraphrase a popular expression in the imageboards of my country: Fuck all of this shit, I just want to be happy.
>>1677 I wish I could do that. You're never bothered by guilt and doubt? Sometimes I think the whole world is going to shit so my disastrous existence is just a natural thing. But sometimes I also think that's just an excuse and the ones that say this is the best moment in human history are right and everyone is succeeding easily, leaving myself in my own isolated island of failure.
>>1705 >You're never bothered by guilt and doubt? Guilt? Never. Doubt? Some big discoveries I made in the past got me doubting things to this very day. Sometimes I reevaluate all of it and every time I realize that as much as I don't want it all to be true, it is, and there's nothing I can do to change that. >But sometimes I also think that's just an excuse and the ones that say this is the best moment in human history are right and everyone is succeeding easily, leaving myself in my own isolated island of failure. Don't worry about that, they are completely wrong, but I'm not going to tell you why for a multitude of reasons, I'll just tell you that I would be willing to bet not my life but instead my well-being on that.

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Welcome back, mages Anonymous 12/11/2019 (Wed) 16:33:05 No.2 [Reply] [Last]
Hop in this thread when you can and post about what you're up to or your thoughts lately.
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>>1649 I'm a hikki-neet for a reason. That reason being the failure to complete any task without fucking it up beyond repair.
>>1645 It's the same in my country. On more than one occasion, we have been confronted with situations in which things looked like they were about to change, but in the end, nothing ever came of any of those events. Funnily enough, there have been many strikes in my country too, but our government always finds a way to turn them in their favor. I used to feel really angry and sad when I thought of all this, but now I barely care. >>1649 Yeah, that's how my family usually treats me, especially my mother. She always tell me that I'll learn how to be independent when she's gone, but I'm sure she's just humoring me.
I have been studying math recently, I downloaded an American geometry textbook and have been using that. And it's full of proofs of stuff, literally chapters and chapters of proofs of all sorts of stuff that I'm sure I never covered at school. Holy shit, I can't believe you guys really learnt this stuff in 10th grade, maybe even 9th grade in some places. I don't know if I just went to really terrible schools (quite possible) but math in my country was basically just random formulas through 10th grade, and the only 'geometry' I can remember was area and volume formulas for simple shapes. I don't remember any trigonometry until 11th grade. It feels so pathetic.
>>1706 I can't exactly be sure my experience counts given I dropped out of high school, but I went to a fairly well rated school and have to say that most of us don't learn that stuff. Those good textbooks were mostly confined only the top schools or small classes for the smart students. The average and dumb kid classes mostly focus on rote memorization to pass the standardized tests so we don't drag the school ratings down. At least that's how I recall it, it's been so long I can hardly remember anymore. It's good that you can enjoy learning anon. I tried teaching myself math, proofs and all, but it just made me realize I'm really stupid. In a textbook on proofs the first chapter was elementary proofs that could be used to show how everyday math is an axiomatic system you can derive from the most simple operations and relations. I spent the better part of a week trying to understand just the first few pages.
>>1707 Oh, wow, that's surprising. One of the editions had a "Los Angeles School District" stamp in it, so I just sort of assumed that everyone was getting a really good education. Or maybe the smart kids in my country got similar classes while I was in the dumb kid classes and just never realised it. Not that I'm an expert but a proofs book sounds way too advanced for a beginner. I don't think that stuff is taught formally until much later, so you definitely shouldn't beat yourself up for not getting anywhere with it. I tried to do that in the past and always ended up failing and I just never knew what the problem was and thought it was because I was too dumb. I even have such a book myself that I never got anywhere with, maybe in a year or so I will be able to understand it. I started with an algebra book because I just didn't know what I didn't know, and finishing that increased my confidence enough to keep going. It took me a couple of months. I have to say I'm kind of surprised by how enjoyable it is to just while away the hours working on math problems from a book. I was quite scared of the proofs in this geometry book but it has been really pleasing. The exercises are pretty repetitive and began with pretty basic examples, the proofs are related to the properties of shapes and stuff like the properties of the number system are just assumed. The examples pretty well spell out what to do. I think the point is to increase students' confidence with doing proofs by having them do lots, rather than to get them to start proving very complex theorems.

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Humor Thread Anonymage 09/08/2021 (Wed) 14:49:17 No.1648 [Reply]
I still have the files from the old humor / comedy thread that popped up on /b/ back in 2017. I don't have everything, but its enough to get it started. We desperately need to have some laughs to improve our mood, comedy has become the only thing that takes my mind off suicide.
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I have been watching PilotRedSun lately, I recommend lowering your volume when opening the second video. Last video is unrelated to him.
>>1700 Anoncafe ate my fourth file.
>>1701 It ate the same file again, holy shit, it's like it isn't compatible with the server despite being a completely normal mp4. I'm sure that I din't forget to upload it because the post took some minutes to go through. Here's the link to it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFdE__2OKc8
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>>1702 If the file extension is mistyped or missing the board seems to upload everything else, but ignore the file. If the file is corrupted somehow it usually just gives some error and doesn't upload at all. I had that problem with another post. Usually just converting the file through FFMPEG with fmpeg -i [input].mp4 [output].webm fixes it.
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>>1703 I wonder if it's a filename issue on my end. I decided to download the video again with another settings but I won't try uploading it again, that would be spam-y. >Where are my acid tablets, Garmfilled? >I ate those food. >That wasn't food, you stupid fat cat!

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Hobby thread Anonymage 12/17/2019 (Tue) 10:34:46 No.45 [Reply]
Post anything related to your hobbies.
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I hope you guys don't mind me reviving this thread. I wanted to share some silly things I made about a year ago.
>>1529 These are pretty cool, the Killer Croc, Harley Quinn, and Scarecrow drawings and the backgrounds fit in well with the stuff you colored and drew over the original faces, and I like the way you used the Indian face for the Joker to put those feathers into his hat and the shadow on his face. Do you have more stuff you've colored like that?
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>>1531 Thank you so much, mage. To be honest, I'm a little surprised you noticed what I did with those feathers. I have a few more, but they aren't as good as those three images. I'd like to make some more but I've been a little busy lately.
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>>1537 I know most of these are based on Batman characters. That is because my original idea was to make set of characters based on movies and comics. Unfortunatly, I gave my two favorites to my big brother and his daughter.
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You drawfags are mad talented, I admire your skill. I'm trying to get back into solo traditional gaming, but I'm too dead inside for it, so for now all I have done was retrieving old resources. Here's a list of stuff I use for my private autism: -rpgsolo.com -donjon.bin.sh -Hexographer -Seventh Sanctum That should be it. If I ever get back into it, I will let you guys know. I already have some ideas of what to do, but zero energy to start doing stuff, this sucks ass.

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Music thread Anonymage 12/16/2019 (Mon) 09:32:59 No.27 [Reply] [Last]
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>>1424 > Do you attach memories of periods of your life to music? What I mean by this is something like this: Sort of, although big chunks of it are really more of a blur. It's hard to remember particular songs I guess, but definitely listening to Abandoned Pools (e.g. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2qJ5po0WWQ) and perhaps Mae (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TxE0waCJDno) reminds me of being a depressed university student in the mid-2000s but still thinking there would be something more to life, The Eels (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aawSNXsj31k) reminds me of driving around aimlessly at night, some stuff like Mutemath and a bit of electronica kind of reminds me of being a depressed NEET university graduate in the early 2010s with nothing to do but browse imageboards, the adagio of Mozart's piano concerto no. 23 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCKF0mF0yIg) reminds me of the 'audiobook era' around 2017 when I was too numb to do anything but listen to audiobooks in the dark when I wasn't wageslaving.
Lately I've been listening to King Crimson and Candlemass. Here are a few songs that I think are pretty good: King Crimson - The Great Deceiver https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-O5Yvvz8XY0 King Crimson - The ConstruKction Of Light https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7BS95mnpV4 Candlemass - A Sorcerer's Pledge https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=04QO_kcB0iY Candlemass - Emperor of the Void >>1424 > Do you attach memories of periods of your life to music? What I mean by this is something like this: I usually associate Metallica and Haggard with my teenage years. I remember I used to draw comics and other stuff while listening to Ride The Lighting. On the other hand, I usually associate Godflesh and Swans with a time when I was really depressed and tired of everything. I even remember I talked to my psychiatrist about these two bands. I also associate some old rock songs in Spanish with my childhood. Here are a few of those songs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y27cJvuOl-c https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WRcCBI5rFfM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OfS-1IJajzc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bttFOOzcIHc
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Gonna partially port over a post I made on Sleepy's /r9k/ music thread about the music I leave playing on the background while I browse IBs and add upon it. 1-Remorse by Scattle (original version) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JD4JgmF9t7g 1A-Same as above but slowed down https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-lckbnHLyGg 1B-Ditto but its played on an acoustic guitar https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQp8PxFBxkE 2-Old Snake from the MGS 4 OST, but only the guitar part https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bP1NuslSscE 2A-Same as above but its an arrangement using a piano and a flute along with the acoustic guitar https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6OvEhaysasg >>27 I like synthwave too, Kavinsky made cool stuff. >>46 Beautiful song, my Spanish might be weak but I still love authentic Spanish music like this. >>207 I really like the first track and the last song, I listened to similar Russian and Slavic music a lot earlier this year. >>338 >Giles Corey's No One is Ever Going to Want Me Wow, another mage here who listen to Giles Corey. I still remember the Wizardchan post that linked this song and I'm Going To Do It, I heard these songs a lot back in 2015. >>1206 >That totenkopf

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My post got cut off again, the character limit is definitely not 5120 characters, its some dozen characters less than that. To finish that last line, missing volcels such as robots, mages and wizards led me to back here. >>1508 >King Crimson I have read that JoJo getting popular with the normalfags completely wrecked the communities of all bands and music artists referenced by it.
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Fuck, forgive me Modmin but it looks like I'm going to have to triple post just this once. I'm extremely tired, stressed out due to problems at home and I was distracted by trying to conserve characters and I forgot an important part right at the end of my post. I should have written in this in the previous post where I finished it up but the exhaustion and the stress made me completely forget about it. Mid 2021 to now: Right after leaving the online society I was a part of, I tried killing myself yet again by swallowing some old clonazepam pills there were still lying around since 2013. I always have been reluctant to try suicide by drugs due to how many reports of failed attempts there are, but I was miserable and desperate enough that I just faced the high chance of failure and gulped them all down while listening to Esprit by Esprit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2pApIwI3Nic . I went to bed and waited for the unconsciousness and drift off into death as the song played through my earbuds and tears ran down my face. I blacked out but unfortunately woke up in the next morning feeling woozy, but fine. I never had a more miserable morning in my life. After some months of lurking /jp/ boards to pass the time, I started missing the volcel communities, as I have already mentioned, and found a link to here while reading old Lizchan threads out of boredom. I will always associate Esprit with this failed suicide attempt.

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toys, figures, etc. Anonymage 04/26/2020 (Sun) 21:58:59 No.495 [Reply] [Last]
Because I can't be the only one here who enjoys them. Just got this magnificent little bastard in the mail today. I don't usually bother with Nendos, but the super-deformed look really works for him for some reason- he's like an overworld sprite in a classic JRPG.
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>>876 Very nice MOC; I especially like the head and tubing. >As a side note since I brought up the gender shit, is it weird to anyone that only water...was female? Speaking as someone who has only got into Bionicle in recent years, I'm not too bothered by it though I've always found females in Bionicle odd. It would work better if females were exclusive to one specific element or if they were less common than males because, as you say, it would add an interesting dynamic to the story and change how the other elements interact with them. The idea of having a 50:50 mix in each element is plain boring and doesn't affect the world in any meaningful way, though from what little I have seen of the Bionicle community there are a few vocal 'characters' that project their own opinions through fourms and the like onto Bionicle and expect other people to agree or follow suit. Kind of like the recent canonisation contest which was an absolute farce. The outcome was already decided by a group of cliquey, power-tripping fags .
>>937 >>937 >characters Eljay is a prime example of the worst aspects of the 'tism. I respect his knowledge of the lore but any sort of theme or message intended by the stories completely misses him, though that can probably be applied to all the TTV retards. Especially the fucking female Lewa shit from that shitty G3 project. Putting aside the fact that minifigures are completely inappropriate for capturing the look of Bionicle, and make the Toa look like normal guys, Lewa's character was meant to be a sort of trickster archetype. As far as I'm concerned that's an explicitly male role and changing that shit is incredibly gay. Even regardless of that it comes back to what I said earlier where if you change the way it is then gender becomes completely pointless and then they might as well be agender or something, which would be more interesting than their gender just being like normal people. I'm tired of people humanizing the Toa Mata especially, since they were meant to be tribal gods where the tohunga would make legends of them and treated them with extreme reverence. Though it's also entirely possible that Eljay just likes the idea of fucking Lewa and doesn't want to be called gay for it. >canonisation contest Honestly I'm just happy that the MOC they went with wasn't ten feet tall with a million misprints that the guy got after sucking off some Lego employee. Although maybe that would have been better than an emaciated Onua with no way to properly pose. I don't really care about the results themselves though, I mostly enjoy the MOCs that come out of it and the way that it encourages people to do their best, and seeing the different ways people interpret one character is fun. That's why I was excited for it anyways. I don't love TTV but I'd rather see the contest happen there than not at all, and since Farshtey can't go on BZP the next best thing is there. Pics related were my personal favorite entries. The result for the mask design/art contest was shit too, looks like a mechanical version of the Kanohi Rau. The artwork they went with does have a nice G1 comic look to it but it's not as polished as it should be. It looks like a knockoff Stuart Sayger piece. I remember there was one image in the style of MNOG that was pretty cool, I feel like that would have been good to use. There was better stuff but overall I'm not infuriated. I don't really worry myself with the gay details of the contest and TTV's clique faggotry, I just like looking at it from the sidelines and enjoying the MOCs that come out of it. Gay shit is to be expected from pretty much any forum. So long as the result isn't horrible I wouldn't complain about it. Picking out a bunch of "fraudulent accounts" by hand is incredibly retarded though, if they're going to mess with the results they could at least try to look less suspicious about it. I am a little disappointed that Hoseryx didn't win.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xjTph0xBC1A https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQ431BwUpFc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MoWwzbJrqgs Twenty year anniversary of Bionicle was today, I don't have any builds anywhere near finished to share and I'd rather not show off pictures of a bunch of random arms and guys with no legs, but i did want to make a post at least. Hopefully the games are good when they're done, Masks of Power Legacy was a bit empty feeling and the combat wasn't good but it was cool to just walk around Mata Nui and talk to Tohunga and stuff, even if it is an unfinished version of the game. The new trailer looks good so that's nice, although no gameplay was shown so hopefully it is at least better than the Legacy version when it's complete.
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Oh man I remember this thread, I distinctively remember losing my sides at the Woody pictures. >>876 >>937 >is it weird to anyone that only water...was female? >(water being naturally gentle, meaning it suits the ideal female). Sort of like how the earth element was associated with wisdom and knowledge or fire with valor. Pretty much the only element with feminine traits was water so it made sense for it to be the female one. I don't know much about Bionicle other than once reading about how its inspired by Polynesian religion and folklore, but water has been considered a female element since ancient times, and in many esoteric traditions. Poseidon is the only male deity associated with water that I know of, and even that is not his sole association, he has other aspects to him.
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>>1602 I can't believe it was only two years ago.

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Interesting links Anonymage 01/28/2021 (Thu) 11:03:46 No.1252 [Reply]
Anything to break up the monotony of NEETing >B-ok Online library, very extensive: https://b-ok.org/ >Project Gutenberg Online library for books that have had copyright expire: https://www.gutenberg.org/ >Classic Reload Loads of old and retro games online for free: https://classicreload.com/ >Retro Games Covers games not already covered by classic reload: https://www.retrogames.cc/ >DOS games Moderate selection of DOS games online: https://js-dos.com/games/ >FMovies Watch movies and TV series online for free: https://fmovies.wtf/ >Read Comic Online Pretty obvious: https://readcomiconline.to/ >The Eye

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>>1411 Definitely so.
https://webliero.com web port of an old DOS game, varies from dead (1 player online) to somewhat playable (5/6 online) depending on what time you play.
>A webpage to host and share WebMs: https://webmshare.com/ >WebM creator (aka WebM for Retards): https://gitgud.io/nixx/WebMConverter >/g/ guide to WebMs: https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/WebM >Sauce guide: http://pastebin.com/P4Yxj435 >Vaporwave Library Project (clone): https://archive.is/c9Zks >Just some rain sounds: http://rainymood.com/ >Inspirational bot for the lulz:

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I recently found a YouTube channel with a lot of curious VHS rips: https://www.youtube.com/c/DrRIPVHS/featured Funnily enough, I found it thanks to one of the channels recommended by >>1277.
>>1252 >The Eye Their RPG archives are now the only public website that you can download game pdf files for free that I'm aware of, now that The Trove has been taken down. I hated the fact they have somewhat recently taken down their /pol/ archive, though. >>1404 >>1411 >>1416 That era of digital artwork is peak comfyness.

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Photography Anonymage 06/17/2020 (Wed) 22:35:06 No.732 [Reply]
"Photography is the science, art and practice of creating durable images by recording light or other electromagnetic radiation, either electronically by means of an image sensor, or chemically by means of a light-sensitive material such as photographic film. Photography is employed in many fields of science, manufacturing (e.g., photolithography) and business, as well as its more direct uses for art, film and video production, recreational purposes, hobby, and mass communication." -Wikipedia on Photography With the first floor overhaul of my home being 90% completed, i visited the veranda and was finally able to see what's behind my house properly, the view was so pretty that i decided to shoot a few photos for the image thread, but i ended up taking 34 pictures so i deleted those that were shit and only 12 good ones remained, if i post this on the image thread i will end up flooding it. That's when i had the brilliant idea of making a photography thread, if you got a camera around you should shoot something that you like or find interesting, could be something small but peculiar as an ant-hill to a cool graffiti or car, maybe even show off that fancy computer case you probably have. This is what's around me, a favela on a hilly area in the northeast region of brazil. There are 3 main features in those pictures >favela >the atlantic forest >the 2 distant cities We are currently going through winter right now, it was overcast when i shot those photographs and it started raining soon after i finished taking them. Another cool feature about this place is that it sits not so far from an airport; therefore also near an flight route, making it a great location for aircraft spotting. Planes from all sizes follow this route, from propeller single engines to airbuses and even military cargo planes, i once saw a HUGE green one, i think it might have been this one https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Embraer_KC-390 The rest of the photos will be posted very soon, this is only the beginning, there is much more i want to show you. Im looking forward to your photos as well.
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From 2011/12 >>738 I really enjoy these, the amber lights through early morning fog is quite nostalgic for me.
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Here are some pictures I took a long time ago. I'm sorry if they look a little weid; I wanted to play around with Gimp. >>1200 These three photos are really beautiful. I love the fact that each one has a very clear color palette. Actually, I'd even say they wouldn't look out of place in a magazine. However, I think my favorite it's the first one. There's something about it I really like.
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I went on a bit of a hike recently and took a few pictures, unfortunately they are not very interesting but that's what the landscape here looks like. My phone screen was almost dead so it was hard to even see what I was taking a picture of and impossible to evaluate what I had taken until I got home. It wasn't as hot as it looks, the sun was hot (of course) but the worst part at the start was mostly in the shade and afterwards there was a nice breeze for most of the way.
>>1513 Great photos. I love the first one, it looks like a frame from documentary film and I really like the fact that you can see the horizon (I live in a place surrounded by mountains, so it's impossible to see something like that here). i also like the last one a lot. You captured a pretty cool moment there.
>>1518 Thanks, I saw the crow (it was pretty big!) flying over when I was getting in the car, then after pecking a hole in the bag of dog food and trying some it flew over to a tree and came back with a friend, and for a bit they were both there. Unfortunately the friend (I think) got spooked and split when I went to take the picture.

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