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Vampire Thread Anonymous 12/03/2020 (Thu) 04:41:09 No. 18042 [Reply]
Do you think vampires really sleep in coffins or is that just a myth?
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>>18125 kekd
>>18057 Rice's vampires were different in a lot of ways as well, including their non-sexual-functionality, the only real thing keeping it from being straight 50/50 gay vampire porn/overly detailed descriptions of rotting New Orleans architecture. Also had this interesting idea of how the vampirism & blood they consumed was altering them over millennia.
>>18119 >I simply prefer fiction over mythology So you agree they're two separate things. >Kek. Many, if not most or all, might be loosely _based on_ true stories, nothing more. False. All myths are true stories.
>>18147 You're just silly.
>Do you think vampires really sleep in coffins or is that just a myth? i doubt they would sleep in coffins as beds are clearly more comfortable. there's no added benefit to sleeping in a coffin and i don't remember any of the mythology i've read mention anything about coffins actually providing any sort of benefit. A bed is the most comfortable choice for both humans and vampires.

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OC Anonymous 09/03/2020 (Thu) 00:49:40 No. 14823 [Reply] [Last]
Guys. I'm not feeling so good... better watchout. I think I might... blarghhhhh! OC thread. Hopefully long-term.
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I had an idea: Greta Thumberg
It's a cat-astrophe!
You can't teach a new mouse old clicks.
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Try again
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I just realized I'm the only person on planet earth using an imageboard right now.
Your supervisor is thinking about you.
>>18183 lay off the weed anon, im here using one too

uwu whatz dis uwu, a nuwu chan hmmm '^'
>>18143 Yes, bless it with the first animu post.
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These are the voyages of the starship NEET.
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wtf Images Anonymous 12/01/2020 (Tue) 23:52:37 No. 17977 [Reply]
Post your favorites or the best ones that you find.
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>>18105 They all eat the Impossible Whopper and the Beyond Sausage.
>>18108 >Treeman Syndrome thread on microchan Totally different guy, but spongiform encephalitis is exclusive to cannibalism, and variations of it affect any species where cannibalism is a large and regular part of the diet. Otherwise known as "mad cow disease".
>>18110 >any *most, I'm sure there's some exceptions, but humans aren't one.
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Comfy Anime Thread Sen 12/04/2020 (Fri) 04:17:00 No. 18123 [Reply]
Comfy anime/manga thread. Post comfy anime. xxxholic is pretty comfy.
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>>18132 boring and generic nonretort to boring and generic retort to boring and generic critical response
>>18133 Cope
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blessed op. i started rewatching hotd recently. absolutely based anime tbh, too bad it never got its second season. it was a decent zombie show with a okayish plot that could've had legs if the creator never died. the guy clearly loved guns, zombies and women. now we get creators that make shows where the main character is a sissy hypnosis fan who drink bimbo juice and never fucks the main girl. one of the best zombie media ever produce by the Japanese period. what a tragedy. F. Daisuke
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I can nyaaa u higher than u can nyaaa me! I can nyaaa u way up in a tree!
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>>18162 nyaaa!

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Sen 08/29/2020 (Sat) 00:46:35 No. 14611 [Reply] [Last]
Onee.ch Meta Thread Ask questions and discuss the site here. broken files hopefully fixed
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Anonymous 12/03/2020 (Thu) 07:41:00 No. 18054 [Reply]
>According to a study by the Carnegie Institution for Science's Department of Global Energy, the destruction under Genghis Khan may have scrubbed as much as 700 million tonnes of carbon from the atmosphere by allowing forests to regrow on previously populated and cultivated land. I think I figured out how to solve our environmental problems.
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>>18083 The damage to Europe was catastrophic no matter how you frame it. It also destroyed the best elements of the Middle East like Persia and spared the worst like the Arabs, an effect that probably strengthened Islam. China and Korea getting fucked up isn't exactly good for civilization at large, either. The Mongols were a very unfortunate and devastating chapter in human history. Europe was irreparably damaged and so was most of the best elements of Asia, excluding Japan. Whatever environmental benefit on the short term it had has been reversed and the Mongol mixed nations are some of the most polluting countries on the face of the Earth. I agree the most effective solution to environmental degradation is population reduction. Drastic and specific population reduction.
>>18084 >It also destroyed the best elements of the Middle East like Persia Frendly reminder if not for the stupidity of the Persians, the Mongols might not have spread further than China. Temujin wanted them as neighbors & trading partners, and they accepted before killing all the Mongols in a trading caravan, the Shah subsequently beheading the Mongol diplomat sent to negotiate that situation. The ravaging of the rest of the Middle East would never have been realistically possible without the Mongols possessing Persia. >the Mongol mixed nations are some of the most polluting countries on the face of the Earth Yes, but have to keep in mind that whole region has been conquer raped so many different times, before and after the Mongols, anything resembling the original inhabitants has long been bred out. China is the ultimate long term end result of the melting pot mentality. >Drastic and specific population reduction One thing we agree on at least, since as a whole we're never going to consider shekels and comfort less important than preserving the ability of the planet to sustain life as we've known it.
>>18090 >Persians I wouldn't condemn a whole group of people based on the stupidity of a few. Persians are just another example of unfulfilled potential coupled with bad luck. They blew their genetic load on the wars with the Greeks and it was all downhill from there. I didn't know that about their relationship with the Mongols, what a shame. Pour one on the curb for another fallen civilization. >Central Asia Mixing I know, I know, it's just the Mongols exacerbated it. It really sucks about China, too. China was another place with lots of potential, but at the wrong place with the wrong neighbors. Still, as bastardized as modern "Chinese" are, I still value them as a people and have some modicum of hope for an upturn and evolution in their society, provided some things change. I really value the potential symbiosis of the West and the East because their knowledge and attributes seem to be almost perfect compliments to where the Western mind is wanting and vice versa. >Disagree I don't know if I'm even disagreeing with you on anything, we just have different perspectives and different knowledge.
>>18093 Yeah, the Persia thing was arguably what unleashed the Mongols on the rest of the world. >have some modicum of hope Have less and less for humanity in general the older I get. Many such cases I'm sure. >I don't know if I'm even disagreeing with you Probably too long spent in far more blatantly adversarial environments on my end.
>>18093 Everyone likes to say the Persians went and invaded the Greeks for no reason and shot themselves in the foot. But that's not how it went down, man. Their earliest campaign. expanding from Persia went in the direction of Greek lands. They intended on to take Cappadocia, but the Ionians and Lydians attacked them. They subdued Asia Minor before any other region and this was considered the cradle of the Greek race. There would be no Persian Empire without the wars with Greece. Control of Asia Minor funded their spread all the way down to Egypt. And the Ionians staged revolts all the while. And many of those revolts received aid from Athens. And the often unmentioned reason for Persia's campaign against Athens was a little incident in which Athenian-funded mercenaries and Ionian rebels burned Sardis to the ground. Sardis being the most important city in the western part of the empire. So Persia was always at war with the Greeks and the Greeks always started it.

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Anonymous 12/03/2020 (Thu) 10:28:11 No. 18063 [Reply]
Patch Callan Rodent Steph Reuben FatOldGuy Nero Togafag Pantsu Chijo Jole Klim little girls! little girls! little girls! HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
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little girls reporting for duty
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Jole & Callan should be online alot more now that they won't be going anywhere. Commiefornia is locked up tight. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9015871/California-Gov-Gavin-Newsom-announces-stay-home-order-regions-ICU-capacity-falls-15.html
>>18099 >Commiefornia is locked up tight until the next BLM "rally"
>>18100 This; the nigger privilige is real.
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Anonymous 12/02/2020 (Wed) 12:51:10 No. 18014 [Reply]
There exist several pieces of literature that are related to policy implementation and failure. One of the seminal papers by Sabatier, P., & Mazmanian, D. (1980) endeavored by focusing on the dynamic nature of the people's socio-economic conditions and opinion and other related factors to know how those factors affect the implementation process. The author mainly focuses on the traditional government policy that seeks to control or alter the target group's behavior. The paper's strength is that it reviews some important first-generation literature related to policy implementation and tries to determine factors that shape the policy implementation process and outcome. The most important factor affecting the policy's outcome is the compliance of the target people with the policy decision. (Theory-Pressman and Wildavsky) There exist several pieces of literature that are related to policy implementation and failure. One of the seminal papers by Sabatier, P., & Mazmanian, D. (1980) endeavored by focusing on the dynamic nature of the people's socio-economic conditions and opinion and other related factors to know how those factors affect the implementation process. The author mainly focuses on the traditional government policy that seeks to control or alter the target group's behavior. The paper's strength is that it reviews some important first-generation literature related to policy implementation and tries to determine factors that shape the policy implementation process and outcome. The most important factor affecting the policy's outcome is the compliance of the target people with the policy decision. The crucial role of implementation analysis is to identify the factors which affect the achievement of statutory objectives throughout this entire process. These can be divided into three broad categories: (1) the tractability of the problem(s) being addressed by the statute; (2) the ability of the statute to structure the implementation process favorably; and (3) the net effect of a variety of "political" variables on the balance of support for statutory objectives. (541p) However, it is not good to place too much focus on the tractability of the problem. Instead, the author said the purposes of the implementation framework is to show how even relatively difficult problems can be ameliorated through an adequate understanding of how statutory and political variables affect the mobilization of support necessary to bring about rather substantial behavioral change. The authors propose the following six pre-requisites for effective policy implementation: 1. well-defined policy objectives; 2. solid theoretical backing of policy in question; 3. legal structure to ensure compliance by all stakeholders; 4. skilled implementation personnel; 5. broad policy support amongst influential players; and 6. favorable socioeconomic context that maintains feasibility and political support for the policy. apart from statuary variables, authors suggested two non-statuary t processes which could affect the implementation; 1) the need for any program which seeks to change behavior to receive constant and periodic infusions of political support if it is to overcome the inertia and the delay inherent in seeking cooperation and acquiescence among the numbers of people, many of whom perceive their interests to be adversely affected by the successful implementation of statutory objectives; and 2) the effect of continuous changes in socio-economic and technological conditions on the reservoir of support for those objectives among the general public, interest groups, and sovereigns. Moreover, the seriousness of the problem being addressed, relevant socio-economic conditions, public opinion are also important factors that drive the implementation success.
The discussion thus far has focused on the generic factors affecting the implementation process as a whole. However, that process must be viewed in terms of its several stages: (1) the policy outputs (decisions) of the implementing agencies; (2) the compliance of target groups with those decisions; (3) the actual impacts of agency decisions; (4) the perceived impacts of those decisions; and finally, (5) the political system's evaluation of a statute in terms of major revisions (or attempted revisions) in its content. ------------------------------------- Sabatier & Mazmanian (1980) uses the strengths of top-down and bottom-up approaches and addresses their weaknesses.

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Anonymous 12/02/2020 (Wed) 12:50:36 No. 18013 [Reply]
>Obama has a Humid Subtropical climate (Köppen Cfa) characterized by warm, wet summers and cold winters with heavy snowfall. The average annual temperature in Obama is 14.9 °C (58.8 °F). The average annual rainfall is 2005 mm (78.9 in) with September as the wettest month.The temperatures are highest on average in August, at around 27.4 °C (81.3 °F), and lowest in January, at around 3.8 °C (38.8 °F).[3] You learn something new everyday

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ub general: The lonely neet Edition Anonymous 12/02/2020 (Wed) 04:06:26 No. 17998 [Reply]
Wow i haven't posted on onee.ch in like a year. pretty epic that this place out survived all the other chans tbqh. Anyway... my mom is trying to get me to go to school again or get a job. our area is under lockdown and i doubt school will accept me or a job... oh and im also sick with covid19. my moms boyfriend has it and my mom was with him when he was sick. epic. anyway. i spent yesterday watching kpop videos like twice ship compilations and war videos like (stalingrad + The patriotic war). i had a scary dream where i was in a swamp and i stumbled on a witch hut and the witch ate me. bretty scary. been playing lots of warthunder, vintage story and modded minecraft. feels strange knowing that without the computer my life would be void of anything meaningful. i tried doing more pixel art yesterday too. everything i draw is terrible. i want to make a game but im inept and everything associated with making a game. tried making a site a few weeks back too. i learned a little html and css but still nothing came of it. the site was a mess and the things i learned where the most basic's of html and css. my headphones are breaking too. so i might have to spend my saved money for a new cpu on a new pair... i don't know where to post anymore now that 8channel is dead. i miss mewch. i miss 8chan and spacechan. i've become a drifter. im basically a jew now. going from place to place never having a home for long. im a rootless neet please tell me one of you knows a place where i can post as a namefag in peace. i doubt you guys want a jewfag here shitting up your boards. so i point me in the right direction and i'll be on my way.
Just post here. Sen's pretty friendly and if an anon says something negative just ignore them. That's what I do. Usually. We need people to get this place going. It has potential.
>>17998 >pretty epic that this place out survived all the other chans tbqh. Not planning on shutting it down for a while. >feels strange knowing that without the computer my life would be void of anything meaningful. Take comfort in knowing that many people are in the same boat, especially with the current lockdown situation in most places. The majority of zoomers wouldn't know what to do without technology and that's not the end of the world. As society advances so do their pastime choices >i tried doing more pixel art yesterday too. everything i draw is terrible. i want to make a game but im inept and everything associated with making a game. tried making a site a few weeks back too. i learned a little html and css but still nothing came of it. the site was a mess and the things i learned where the most basic's of html and css. Keep practicing at this kind of stuff and you will get better at it. Just as long as you don't give up you can do pretty much anything. >i don't know where to post anymore now that 8channel is dead. i miss mewch. i miss 8chan and spacechan. You can always post here. Onee is a place for anyone to post (as long as they follow the law).
>>17998 Post on Onionchan too, E.
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You could try Davey's board. kingadvrc posts there too. https://endchan.org/404/

a:nek 12/02/2020 (Wed) 03:25:07 No. 17993 [Reply]
Winter kommt, winter kommt!
Es ist kalt, es ist kalt!
No more blistering heat. No more bugs. There's some good things plus winter's max comf as long as you don't have to work outside.
>>18000 Very much this. Plus snow is beautiful

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List of English imageboards Anonymous 11/29/2020 (Sun) 23:05:43 No. 17874 [Reply]

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>>17876 >yumechan Is that chijo's chan? I can't tell since cf is being a bitch again, spinning it's wheels round and round with pictures of bikes.
Updates since the last update: Change: Cutie Garden: https://cutiegarden.org works again Initiate.space now has a normal URL: https://boards.initiate.space/b/ Add: MChan: http://mchan.eu5.org/ Megamindchan: https://megamindchan.org/ Polski vichan: https://vichan.org/*/index.html Stacat: https://stacat.cf/ TokyoChronos: https://tokyochronos.net/ Waifuchan: https://waifuchan.net/ ZChan: https://zchan.org/z/
>>17972 No it's not, it's some self-coded IB that has been online quite a while.

a:nek 11/28/2020 (Sat) 04:24:25 No. 17783 [Reply]
о ты должна раздеться но ты должна раздеться и слушать что я говорю и слушать что я говорю до рассвета я делаю с твоим телом разное до рассвета я делаю с твоим телом разное что хочется что хочется мы тут одни мы тут одни с высшими силами я договорюсь если что пойдет не так с высшими силами я договорюсь если что пойдет не так я хочу тебя постоянно я хочу тебя постоянно пошол пошол к тебе

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1 Он потащил её ебать На шифоньер и на кровать Через отца и через мать Он потащил её ебать Он потащил её ебать Не надо думать и гадать Ему плевать на всё и срать Он потащил её ебать! 2 Он потащил её ебать Трепать её и ковырять Вращать её и загибать Он потащил её ебать Он потащил её ебать Рыдать на ней и хохотать Под ней болеть и умирать

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>>17964 spic

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Victim 12/01/2020 (Tue) 00:39:00 No. 17919 [Reply]
Sen gave me HIV.
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>>17956 About me allegedly giving someone HIV
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How does this happen?
>>17960 I really, really like this image!
>>17956 Trolling Sen.
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>>17970 lolis makes everything better!

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Cisco Equipment Anonymous 11/04/2020 (Wed) 03:00:36 No. 16835 [Reply]
What is this? I saw it in my mail logs, tripping the rate limit ruleset. It seems to be some type of Cisco network equipment. It has telnet open. Also port tcp/6002. $ncat -v 6002 Ncat: Version 7.40 ( https://nmap.org/ncat ) Ncat: Connected to ÿûÿûÿûÿýÿý C % Password change notice. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Default username/password setup on AP is cisco/cisco with privilege level 15. It is strongly suggested that you create a new username with privilege level 15 using the following command for console security. username [orange]myuser> privilege 15 secret 0 [orange]mypassword> no username cisco

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Since there's no replies to this topic, let's just use this as a general tech thread. I've got a Samsung/Andriod phone that I don't have connected to any mobile provider anymore. It's a Galaxy J3. I'm wondering what (useful) thing I can do with it. I don't have root on it and it's locked down pretty tight because of selinux. I've installed Termux so I at least have a unix-type environment. It has a global ip6 address on my network. I've got some servers on there, like sshd and telnetd, but I'm not sure I can really use those without root. Even htop can't run since it needs /proc/stat. It would be nice to remote login so I can use a real keyboard. Maybe run another i2p router? Any ideas?

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Liru the Werewolf Anonymous 10/19/2020 (Mon) 14:57:44 No. 16162 [Reply]
I appreciate Liru and all she has done to make imageboards, nay... LIFE so fantastic for the world. I just can't imagine what my life would be like without her. Probably worse and for that, I am eternally grateful. Thank You.
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>>16213 Always. But beautidul as well.
Wolfgirls are the future and the future is now.
Hi Liru.
>>17838 booba

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Anonymous 11/25/2020 (Wed) 23:12:41 No. 17676 [Reply]
I wish I didn't have to live in America, for I hate this place and the "people" in it. I wish Asia had "little Europes" or "Eurotown" sections in their beautiful cities. I am at home in the concrete jungle, but Western cities are malignant for obvious demographical reasons. My dream is to escape this place and carve out a base in an actual civilization. The West is crumbling and I feel it may be time for a lot us to consider packing the bags and jumping ship. I don't know. Eastern Europe, The Balkans, East Asia, those may be the new lands of opportunity. Less persecution, more productivity.
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>>17695 I don't know. I met someone from Croatia once and he said fire hydrants are always exploding and killing people with shrapnel. He said it's a real problem over there.
I've been doing some research and I think Ukraine is a good spot to start a company.
>>17730 You can't be serious. Maybe there was a mistranslation from 'fire hydrant' to 'gas line'. Anyway, eastern Europe would probably be pretty cool.
>>17773 He spoke perfect English. He said fire hydrants explode and kill people and they're all over the place. They're even in the forests.
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Remember kids, only you can prevent exploding forest hydrants!

Photography Critique Anonymous 11/29/2020 (Sun) 02:51:49 No. 17837 [Reply]
How would you explain the sexual tension in this photograph in both intensity and way of expression?
>>17837 I see a fight over who gets to sleep in the bed and who has to sleep on the floor. And the sister just won the fight after the parents intervened.
>>17842 That seems most likely.

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a:nek 11/28/2020 (Sat) 10:41:36 No. 17799 [Reply]
Guys, I go away till forever. Because, my Linux distribution has /bin/cp as one of the core utilities. Nahui tak zhit'.
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Switch to CP/M, it has COPY.COM instead.
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>>17802 VMS/DCL also uses 'copy'. https://kb.iu.edu/d/aafh

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Anonymous 11/28/2020 (Sat) 22:19:20 No. 17821 [Reply]
niggers so what chan is everone on now?
>>17821 See the thread below yours.
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None. They were all just an illusion.

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Sen 11/26/2020 (Thu) 22:10:06 No. 17747 [Reply]
Happy Thanksgiving to all :)
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>>17749 oh. ok then.
Thanks. You too Sen.
Thanks :)
It didn't feel very festive. They had the parade in NYC but with no audience. What's the point? Everyone's got those face-diapers on. Empty streets. Why bother? This Christmas and New Year's is gonna suck, too. Almost no traffic today, this morning, for Black Friday.
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>>17771 But wearing mask is racist!

hello everyone :> Anonymous 11/18/2020 (Wed) 21:33:22 No. 17447 [Reply]
i'm chaszi, how is everyone? who wants to hug :)
horrible don't hug me
>>17449 it's ok, if you want a hug just say so but if you truly don't i won't force on on you
this imageboard is pretty quiet but i don't mind
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>>17447 Weird song but I liked it.

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Anonymous 10/17/2020 (Sat) 22:09:24 No. 16103 [Reply]
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>>16107 don't push me infidel or you might end up like that man over there
>>16108 Which man over where?
>>16109 no doodoo fartfart
>>16111 You should be beheaded for wasting these trips on a jibberish post.
Kill Niggers. Niggers are Devil's Curliest Hair

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Anonymous 11/24/2020 (Tue) 03:02:20 No. 17604 [Reply]
Things are getting pretty intense.
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Sweden will prevail in retaking the provinces that rightfully belongs to her!
>>17634 I'm gonna prevail in doing ur mother
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This is what I've achieved as Sweden so far. I'm getting bored of it to be honest, so I'll be taking a break and do something else.
>>17664 Looking back I should have conquered Denmark completely. Unfortunately, it was the Frisians who ended up taking most of Denmark. I should have taken Karelia earlier as well, but now it's much more difficult with the Ottomans being an ally of Muscovy. Oh well!

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Anonymous 11/23/2020 (Mon) 10:59:26 No. 17597 [Reply]
Do transgenders deserve rights?
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>>17603 Been done.
>>17605 Are you oppressing me?!
>rights Too abstract.
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>>17608 I am oppressing your nipple

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Test Anonymous 11/24/2020 (Tue) 22:49:41 No. 17627 [Reply]
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Do you think this is a motherfucking game?
>>17633 Yeah

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Anonymous 11/24/2020 (Tue) 05:39:25 No. 17611 [Reply]
Big Hippo Henry is here to fuck your mother.
>>17611 No, please! Anything but that! Please listen to reason Big Hippo Henry.
Crop out the white space so we can use the character in other images.

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Sen is an asshole Anonymous 11/15/2020 (Sun) 11:37:56 No. 17318 [Reply]
I hate Sen.
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>>17318 You shouldn't call someone you hate an "asshole." After all, the anus is one of our most important body parts even though it's often highly undervalued and commonly denigrated and abused.
It's always the ones best suited for the job of a larger site who are happiest on a low key comfy site. May your comfiness always last.
>>17578 Large sites/communities are annoying to run. As the userbase gets larger there is less and less quality. Small and comfy is best.
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>>17578 >>17579 Long live the comfy.
>>17592 this

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Anonymous 11/22/2020 (Sun) 16:30:37 No. 17587 [Reply]
Push Comes to Shove, by Bill Plympton. (1991)
>>17587 that's pretty impressive for 1991
>>17590 Then you've sorely underestimated 1991. This is back when animation took hard work and talent.
>>17591 exactly. that's why it's impressive. Hard work

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Anonymous 11/22/2020 (Sun) 06:09:40 No. 17583 [Reply]
I will never look this cool.
>>17583 you can try
>>17585 Impossible. I'm a low class scum.
>>17588 work your way up and become high class and cool

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Anonymous 11/19/2020 (Thu) 16:26:32 No. 17492 [Reply]
Hey :) It's me bren. I'm heading off to the grocery store. Anyone want anything?
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>>17552 The line is from a kid's show (maybe Sesame Street) I saw when I was in elementary school. They repeat that line over and over, as the son goes to the shop for his mother. Funny how I remembered it all these years on. Neroplasticity.
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I want reinitas
>>17554 Ah, okay :) >>17570 I love those!
>>17580 >I love those! same tbh
>>17581 I haven't had those in such a long time.

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>Maximum file size allowed is 10 MB. There's a problem with file uploads. 2.7mb file rejected.
>>17562 Yeah they have to set up php correctly.
>>17563 php has some decent debugging features. I'd rather debug that than some languages.
>>17562 Fixed. I changed limit only on nginx, forgot about php.ini.
>>17564 Not judging for the use of php, just pointing out the configuration.

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Lofi art Anonymous 08/29/2020 (Sat) 02:19:46 No. 14617 [Reply]
It's quiet...
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It's a program for making lo-fi art on Amstrad CPC. It's written in BASIC and a little bit of machine code. http://retropoke.canalblog.com/archives/2020/09/16/38524950.html
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Tintin on the moon!
... and peaceful place.
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Here we go!
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Synth//Cyber Future Bops Anonymous 11/05/2020 (Thu) 08:12:30 No. 316 [Reply]
I want some music that you can cut up low level creeps on the streets while you’re trying to rescue your girlfriend after she’s been abducted by the city’s nightclub owner who’s been known to push a synthetic psycho-opiate called Lucifren
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>>366 >>367 Danke. Just realized what "Dystopia" reminded me of - a track in the game Aquaria. Fits with the dystopian theme too - highly recommend playing the game at least once.
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more music
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>The Smoking Chicken Dawut fuq? Zorg approves. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ >Nonsense No fuckin' reason >The rest Mostly noice noise >>366 > Britannicus Ends abruptly BTW

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Anonymous 11/20/2020 (Fri) 16:35:54 No. 17543 [Reply]
gm anons, bren again

Anonymous 11/19/2020 (Thu) 06:25:14 No. 17477 [Reply]
I have never experience this. I don't I ever will.
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>>17507 Women have vaginas.
>>17512 wait what???? IVE BEEN LIED TO
>>17513 You were lied to. Women are the people who were born with vaginas. And they're the only people who deserve to be called women.
>>17512 proof?
>>17514 b-but what about those funny looking ones with the beards?

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Anonymous 10/26/2020 (Mon) 00:29:08 No. 10 [Reply]
awakening pills
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Americans hate freedom with a passion.
World peace is impossible because of the USA.
Exactly. One wonders how much dirt the NSA has on Trump to make him defend the police state so strongly.
No one under 45 years old will ever know what freedom was and almost everyone under 55 will live to see the end of the USA.

Anonymous 10/23/2020 (Fri) 23:35:47 No. 1 [Reply]
shrek dick
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If Americans are ever released from house arrest, they should go out and immediately photograph their neighborhoods. The US will be reduced to rubble and look like Detroit by 2030 with burned out and bullet-pockmarked buildings. There is no stopping this shitshow now.

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Anonymous 11/18/2020 (Wed) 22:35:55 No. 17453 [Reply]
and you don't don't seem to understand... LAIN IS A BEE!!!
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>>17457 bee time
You only get one sting. Why would you waste it on a squirrel?
>>17464 those squirrels man. They suck.
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>>17466 You notice how they'll run towards your car? Not away from it. They see the car. They're aware of the danger. And they run at it. I imagine that's why they evolved that big tail. Because, somewhere along the line, nature decided it's your job to avoid squishing the squirrel and not the squirrel's job to avoid being squished. >well, we could teach the squirrel to put it's nest on the same side of the road as the acorns >nah just stick a flag on its butt and call it a day I wonder if they've always been running towards drivers, then. Like, they always talk about the bandit problem Europe had in the middle ages. Apparently there was a real bandit problem. When you go out on the road you have to watch out for the bandits. What about the squirrels? You're riding your horse home from work. It's late afternoon. The sun is in your eyes. You're weary from working all day. Suddenly, the puffy tail darts out of the woods. >squirrel! You swerve into a tree. Your horse breaks it's leg. What do you do now when there isn't even AAA yet? Thank you!

hey guys :) Anonymous 11/18/2020 (Wed) 21:24:16 No. 17446 [Reply]
how's everyone doing?

a:nek 11/18/2020 (Wed) 20:24:06 No. 17443 [Reply]
Как сделать из оригами нарциссы?

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Anonymous 11/14/2020 (Sat) 16:38:09 No. 17279 [Reply]
I always seem to catch some kind of head cold whenever something I've been looking forward to approaches. Like a day off and time to myself for the first time in months. Why do colds even exist? Why does a virus come along and make you feel all scratchy throat and itchy eye for like 3 days and then get bitch slapped by your immune system only to come again next year. It's like it only exists for misery. It causes you misery only to invite misery unto itself along with its ultimate destruction and that's how it reproduces. What does it mean? Is all life like this but I can't see it because it's on a much slower and larger scale than with the virus? Is all plant and animal life just a head cold that the Earth is gradually fighting? Is the universe just a virus destined to clear out so empty space can feel healthy again? It makes no sense for a virus to kill its host because that would mean the death of the virus. Bacterial infections are different because the bacteria can continue to thrive and reproduce on a corpse. But for the virus to thrive and multiply, it must cause a brief period of misery that brings about its own destruction. Think about it. What is the rhyme and reason behind this peculiar form of life? Is it even a form of life? If not, what is it? Why don't people think much about this? It's a big part of our lives. The entire pharmaceutical retail industry runs on bullshit cold and flu remedies. We have a cold and flu season that we dread and suffer through every year. But nobody thinks about how peculiar and fascinating the cold and flu virii really are. Also, when did we start saying "viruses" instead of "virii"? It's from the Latin, so why is the objectively wrong multiple tense correct now. When did that happen? And don't even get me started on Covid: that overblown media boogeyman that has turned the world into a pack of paranoid germaphobes. Oops. I got myself started. Don't people realize that panicking and feeling anxious over the possibility that their head cold is really a mythical plague will just make the cold last longer? Has everyone lost their minds? Or do most people have no mind to begin with? Will we ever return to a time when people buy a bottle of ibuprofen and suffer through cold season with tact and sanity? Or is the hysteria going to intensify every winter until the powers that be control every aspect of how we interact? Maybe I should have eaten more fruits this fall instead of relying on vitamin supplements to boost my immune system. What do you think?
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To live is to struggle; all things must first converge and then diverge. Existance is cyclical. For something to live, something else must die. Everything created will someday be destroyed, and everything once destroyed will one day again be created. Pic rel. >What is the rhyme and reason behind this peculiar form of life? You can say that about all life forms (I'm leaving out religious explainations). >Is it even a form of life? Some definitions include it as living, some not. I had this discussion with another anon awhile back. >When did that happen? Around the time people started saying "he coming" instead of "he is coming". Fewer people speak correct now. We're devolving back into grunts and gestures. >Or is the hysteria going to intensify every winter until the powers that be control every aspect of how we interact? Yup. Now that the far-left seems to have won out in most of the Western world it will only get worse. If you want examples, just look at the regulations for Thanksgiving in CA, or what the govs are doing in Michigan and New York. The far-left is always authoritarian by nature. Those anarco-communist Antifa you see running around are just pawns being tolerated until they serve their purpose, which is to rip down the old system. They are expendible. Also, you probably have the old 'rona.
>>17292 More or less over the cold now. Wasn't the rona, but I was pretty confident about that anyway. I really thing I had the rona back in March thru April because I had an intense, persistent cold with some really strange symptoms.
Nigger OP picture

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a:nek 11/13/2020 (Fri) 21:05:41 No. 17236 [Reply]
над семью полями один мерцающий "Свен" триста рублей иль 15? import web; глазами клацать?? насовсем, насовсем доколе ж сами..? 14.11.2020 Леха Никонов
Почти как Сергей Вердин.
>>17303 Спасибо, Сергей Вердин -- порядочный арестант.

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Anonymous 11/10/2020 (Tue) 04:08:23 No. 17080 [Reply]
do you have pets? if so, what kind and how many?
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No, only spiders live here.
Not now, but in the past alot of cats. Dogs too. Once a turtle. If I got another cat I'd want a Maine Coon.
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I wish I did sometimes. It gets so lonely.
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>>17289 Just leave some food laying around and pretty soon you'll get lots of these guys.

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This is green thread Anonymous 11/11/2020 (Wed) 00:11:32 No. 17099 [Reply]
Only green things can survive here!
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they can't mickey the ziggy
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>>17111 Check'em!
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Greenies rock!
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Anonymous 11/12/2020 (Thu) 00:58:34 No. 17143 [Reply]
Europe was civilized by the Middle East and Northern Africa. You only need to take a look at the foundation blocks of civilization. Written language: Europe uses the Latin Alphabet, which itself descends from the Phoenician alphabet (outside of Europe). Agriculture: developed in Mesopotamia. A diet able to sustain large settlements: chickens were domesticated in Asia, pork, sheep, goats, cows came from the Near East, wheat came from Turkey, etc. There's not a single farm animal or staple grain created in Europe. Math: invented by the Egyptians, with the core concepts such as decimal numbering, the concept of zero, algebra, algorithmic logic, etc. coming from India, the Middle East and Asia. Square plant architecture: Egypt. Soap and basic hygiene: Egypt and Mesopotamia. Basic metallurgy: Egypt and Mesopotamia. A method to tell the time: from Mesopotamia (that's why hours are divided in sixty minutes and minutes in sixty seconds since the Mesopotamian numbering system was sexagesimal). Astronomy, which enabled navigation and travelling: Egypt and the Middle East (why do you think most stars have Arab names). Cartography was also developed by the Egyptians during Ramses II reing. The list is endless. Human civilization would have progressed anyways (and perhaps even faster) even if the melanin deficient mutants from Europe never existed. This ridiculous and nonsensical sense of superiority Europeans currently suffer from is just a by product of the last 5 centuries of European dominion, which were mostly in part due to a simultaneous collapse of the Middle Eastern society after the Mongol invasions in the 13th century and the Chinese collapse of the 16th century. But things are changing, China is going to be the hegemon again soon. Come on mutants, feed me your cope and butthurt.
also, some friends are going to spam cp here non stop tomorrow. This is payback for banning for "spam" "anti-white" and "inciting violence" you subhuman virgin.
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This is a story about a man name Grungles who lives under a bridge in the City of Lies. You see, the City of Lies is divided by a river and three bridges cross this river: The Bridge of Hate, The Bridge of Wrath, and The Bridge of Treachery. As for where these bridges got their names, well that is a whole different tale. Long before the city stood on this spot, the river marked the edge of the known world, or at least what was thought to be "the civilized world." Truth is the civilized people always knew there was more to the world and there were those who knew more still. Indeed, they had contact with a savage people. One who would visit from far beyond the river, for they had access to some method of crossing the vast desert. A method that eluded the civilized people. And these savages would come, sometimes to trade furs and ores. But, other times, they would come to raid. And, with the bones of raided livestock, the built three bridges so as to ease their coming and going. And they cursed these bridges, so that the civilized people would never come near. And, these bridges, they named: The Bridge of Hate, The Bridge of Wrath, and the Bridge of Treachery. Now here is where we come back to Grungles. Because he was hunting, one day, for nutria rats and his javelin found its way on the other side of the river. And he went to retrieve his javelin, fearing how he would survive without it. And he braced for some debilitating curse but none befell him and, for the first time, he began to question the magic of the savages. And, as he did, vast fertile fields, strewn with clean waterways, revealed themselves to him. For the desert had been an illusion. So Grungles went to the king with this information: that to defeat the magic of the savages, you need only to stop fearing it. And the word spread. And the illusion disappeared. And the new frontier was open to be civilized. So the king's army hunted down the savages and exterminated them and they plowed over the fertile fields and built cities and airports. And on the spot where Grungles first broke the curse, the king tore down those bridges of bone and replaced them with bridges of marble, but they kept their former names. And he founded a city there: The City of Lies, to remind the people of the trickery of the savages. And he named Grungles lord of this city and its surrounding country. But soon after, this king was usurped by a man from a far more powerful family. And this new king hated Grungles because he dressed like a bird and walked around bobbing his head and dancing and singing in a fake nigger accent, which was all unbecoming of a noble. So he revoked all of Grungles' titles and banished him to the slums. Now, it is said that Grungles makes his home under one of these three bridges. Or perhaps all three. And he waits under there in quiet vigil, feasting on rats. And, whenever he finds the opportunity, he swipes a little girl from the bridge and has sex with her.
I just experienced an extremely satisfying and copious orgasm.
>>17270 Those are always nice.

Anonymous 11/13/2020 (Fri) 15:24:56 No. 17213 [Reply]
8channel is now permanently closed. Thank you and goodbye.
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I look forward to the next mystery owner site who happens to act just like Patch but totally isn't Patch.
>>17246 I was going to say that, but was trying to keep the somber tone.
Don't let your thoughts get in a rut. The knife which spreads may also cut.
I just experienced an extremely satisfying and copious orgasm.

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Unmail thread a:nek 11/13/2020 (Fri) 20:03:05 No. 362 [Reply]
From: ramp_guy To: honorable_indian Subject: vitamin E pls contact me at random.plant@gmail.com
From: marika_friend To: marika_friends Subject: 614038, Russia, Perm, Kosyakova str., 11-29 She's dead and they're currently disposing of the body, I believe.

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a:nek 11/08/2020 (Sun) 14:31:25 No. 16990 [Reply]
Хочу себе тоже няшную заложницу. Все вокруг берут себе заложников и чего-то хотят. Один я как лошара сижу пятиугольники рисую.
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>>17165 А мне уже 31, а восьмые так и не прорезались.
>>17167 Мне 37, в наличии все четыре. То есть теперь уже три...
>>17172 Ниче, захочешь -- вставишь палладиевый.
Не, восьмой не нужен, даже палладиевый. Чуть болит.
Пятница 13 - это когда удаленные зубы оживают и стучатся в окно. У западных негров есть какие-то мифы на этот счет, кстати.


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