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/black metal/ Anonymous Comrade 02/20/2020 (Thu) 17:09:27 No. 6325 [Reply] [Last]
honestly I can't stand black metal much. these two are the only ones I really enjoy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qcS0CVJ1KPg&t=294s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9d4DEUBhkNI
Fug posted it in the wrong thread without thinking before https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MDw7NfFUSrk Picked up from aus/pol/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SlkIRnEOSCc Vlast is such a unique album. Really good blend of industrial and noise in there. Shame the other album was so disgracefully bad that the members abandoned the band and now play generic black metal. The use of both Nazi and Communist symbolism wrecks so many asses and causes so much crying, too, despite the band having no political slant.

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that Death Note one shot Anonymous Comrade 02/09/2020 (Sun) 03:50:38 No. 6029 [Reply] [Last]
This one: https://www.viz.com/shonenjump/death-note-special-one-shot-chapter-1/chapter/19985 He deserved it for selling that shit to the great satan.

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NITW thread Anonymous Comrade 02/20/2020 (Thu) 11:18:17 No. 6315 [Reply] [Last]
Can this game be considered based?
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>>6398 lmao this is the most psuedointellectual bullshit vomit I've ever seen in my life, and I did half of a liberal arts degree and like to laugh at libs on twatter.
>>6399 The game or the /v/ guy's comment?
>>6402 The /v/ guy's comment. I have not played the game, but I like the art style.
>>6403 >The /v/ guy's comment. >I have not played the game (☞゚ヮ゚)☞ Redundant information. Actually I haven't played it either.
The game puts a lot of effort into trying to show the Socio-Economic factors that play into the characters Micro level personal problems (May's Parents chimping out because they were relying on her becoming a PMC white collar to save their house from getting foreclosed / Beatrice having to wageslave basically for free at their own parents business because their mom got wrecked by US healthcare and so on / The Boomers sacrificing children to Molech because they miss the 1950s / Angus and Gregg's whole Arc revolving around their desire to leave hickville USA NOT because of Homophobia or whatever but because they realise there will literally be no livelyhood there once the last of the small business gets obliterated) Now "Is it EssJayDubya shit" well...In some parts But not nearly to the degree that people on /v/ / /vg/ make it out to be. When Angus and Gregg were introduced as being gay i was also at first like "OMG Game fucking ruined just what i heard about he we go..." But No there is basically no pandering to the fact that the characters are gay outside of jokes and so on >TL;DR Very decent play if you like walking simulator / VN style games Decent messaging but everything does contain an EssJayDubya "twinge" in some way

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What do you think of Atom RPG? Anonymous Comrade 02/23/2020 (Sun) 12:07:54 No. 6382 [Reply] [Last]
What do you think of Atom RPG?
>>6382 Good. But not as good as Underail or Arcanum.
>>6384 I didn't like underail or arcanum but I love fallout.
/v/ is now the roulette board, please go there for your video game related discussions. >>>/roulette/

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kino thread Anonymous Comrade 02/16/2020 (Sun) 09:18:54 No. 6232 [Reply] [Last]
Can you guys recommend some good or comfy kino to watch? It doesn't have to be socialist, it can be any kino you can think of that you have recently enjoyed watching. Bonus points if you can write a small summary of why you enjoyed this particular movie.
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>>6241 >some euro language Bruh, it’s Russian. It was Soviet cinema that coined the term in the first place.
>>6238 Sounds great. I’ll give it a go. Anyways, have any of you seen parasite? Is it any good?
>>6246 Not the same anon but Yes. It's imo the most original movie I've ever seen and generally a well made movie.
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A couple of films that have been on my mind lately: Cure by Kiyoshi Kurosawa. Brilliant use of atmosphere to build dread, both through how it uses the settings of each of the murders (it begins as a procedural about murders with the hallmarks of a serial killer, except that each is done by a different person who claims to not remember doing it) and through its deteriorating recurring settings. I discovered it a few years ago I think, and it might be my all time favorite now. Christ Stopped at Eboli by Francesco Rosi. I saw this one last year when the newly restored and uncut version was released in the US. I'm thinking about it because I'm mad about that version not getting a bluray or streaming release. It's a 4-hour Italian epic about a city doctor who gets sent to some far flung, backwards village by Mussolini's government because he's been hanging out with his communist friends too much. It's a fascinating and very comfy (even if occasionally horrifying) depiction of what life was like at that time, and it gives a very good diagnosis of how bourgeois small-town governments and elites form their self-serving aristocracy that holds the common people in contempt. Unfortunately like I mentioned it's hard to find but if a screening happens near you, I highly recommend dropping everything to see it.
>>6247 Nice. Have heard good things about it from my friends too. I’m gonna give it a try.

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World of Guns: Gun Disassembly Anonymous Comrade 02/12/2020 (Wed) 07:20:32 No. 6115 [Reply] [Last]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_of_Guns:_Gun_Disassembly >World of Guns: Gun Disassembly is a cross-genre simulation and puzzle video game that allows the player to operate and disassemble various firearms, as well as other mechanisms like automobiles, AFVs and aircraft. It was released in 2014 for Windows[1] and Facebook, and has been subsequently ported to the social network VK, as well as OS X, iOS, and Android platforms. The game is a follow-up on the same developer's Gun Disassembly series, first released in 2010,[2] expanding on the latter's feature set and library of interactive models. >The software can be used as both an interactive firearms reference source and encyclopedia,[3] and a casual puzzle game with a goal of disassembling and assembling models in the correct sequence and in the least possible time. Platform(s) Android Facebook iOS Mac OS X Windows SteamOS VK
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thanks based OP I cannot legally own gun in my country but such knowledge will come in handy for science . https://ultimate-disassembly.com/ does this webgl version contain all the models or is full version at steam worth buying?
>>6190 The full version on Steam is free also but it features a freemium model where you buy extra guns and things. You don't get that many guns with the base game but it's still neato I guess.
>>6190 Thanks based anonymous comrade for posting WebGL version, I didn't want this linked to fedbook.
>>6192 ye for practical purposes we shouldn't need to learn anything beyond ARs that are being utilized by armies around the world and base game seems to cover most of them. kind of shame I cannot find pirated version of it
/v/ is now the roulette board, please go there for your video game related discussions. >>>/roulette/

Any chill song about post-scarcity society? Anonymous Comrade 01/30/2020 (Thu) 09:02:13 No. 5786 [Reply] [Last]
I would like to hear some song like this: https://youtu.be/B7-0ULhk4w0 But talking about a communist sociaty. Ignora cringy image I just found on google.
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"Imagine" by John Lennon
One Way to Go - Julia Ecklar
Hilly Fields - Nick Nicely (Proto Post-scarcity)
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Todd has done it again folks Anonymous Comrade 10/24/2019 (Thu) 04:01:49 No. 1311 [Reply] [Last]
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Half-assed attempt at listing the many many lies from Todd NO NO NOT ANOTHER SKYRIM TODD PLEASE
>>1450
Each installment strips features. Fallout 4 removed skills, so TES6 probably won't have them either. It'll probably play like the mobile TES game.
>>1341 What DLC did you prefer, anon?
>>1494 It will be a microtransaction filled idle clicker game
/v/ is now the roulette board, please go there for your video game related discussions. >>>/roulette/

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Why aren't you using Soulseek, tovarisch? Anonymous Comrade 02/08/2020 (Sat) 05:14:12 No. 6011 [Reply] [Last]
>Peer to Peer sharing of music >Free >Absofuckinglutely massive database that has millions of artists, and often has their entire discographies Stop supporting YouTube and Spotify, and join a FREE music sharing platform today!
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Yeah it's probably the best way to get music since oink and what.cd shut down. Funny how it's been around since the days of Napster and LimeWire but somehow flew under the radar.
>>6017 I see a /pol/ room but not a /leftypol/ room, what's it called? >>6018 And may it continue to do so until copyright is no more!
>>6019 It's literally just called " Communism "
>>6020 Ahh my eyes glossed over it, my bad.
I am. But AFAIK it's not really peer to peer, is it? The files are stored on regular computers but the index of files is stored on some central servers. There's now something on i2p called MuWire that IIRC at least claimed to be actually decentralised, but I'm not sure. I couldn't manage to get it working anyway.

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