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Political cartoons Anonymous Comrade 05/26/2020 (Tue) 17:02:28 No. 9942 [Reply] [Last]
Post leftist political cartoons, current or old. Preferably originals, but edits are welcome too.
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>>15796 >infistnity gauntlet 🤮
>>15796 >>15617 Who make these.i need names I DEMAND ANSWERS NOW.
>>16441 It's literally in the post, Flick, better known as Flickthethief, a Russian dude who draws stuff on the internet for his own fun and posts them for others too. >>15796 Why are the other 2 spoilered, they're not even lewd FFS >>16439 I thought it was funny
>>16441 Thank you i just didnt pay attention to the name
>>11552 kek I know, but it was the only other political cartoon I had saved >>15617 What I like about his art is that usually the guys he draws are attractive as well

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/OUT/ Anonymous Comrade 08/31/2020 (Mon) 17:46:36 No. 15539 [Reply] [Last]
A thread for the Hiking, Hillwalking, Mountaineering, Camping, Randonneuring and other comfy /out/door pursuits involving time in the wilderness >Ask questions >Get Answers >Ask for advice on getting started >Do trip reports >Bitch about your poor navigational abilities >Post Non-Identifying photos (i.e. Don't post your face you idiot) I've been doing a fair bit of mountaineering the past few weeks and I'm really getting back into the swing of things, might join a club again soon
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>>15864 That's amazing thanks for sharing this anon. >>15784 Extremely helpful thanks for the effort post
>>15885 You're welcome for the story of Emma Gatewood. Amazing woman really.
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Anyone else /NIGHTOUT/ here?
>>16376 I used to like rolling out from my tarp and wandering around under the night sky without my lamp on but its too dangerous to do regularly, the chances of tripping and hitting your head on broken terrain or getting turned around and freezing are too high when on your own
>>16376 Does anybody here /nightout/ for astronomy? I've been having >tfw no telescope Feels for the past week or two.

Furry General 2.0 Satan-kun 05/17/2020 (Sun) 06:12:12 No. 9660 [Reply] [Last]
I love you guys lol
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>>16393 >>16393 Then what was that supposed to mean? > whereas the artist who can't make enough to get by can still draw for his own amusement during his 1 day a year holiday. In those communities let's say that an average person watches anywhere from 200 artists to a 1000, the sky is the limit in extreme cases. You probably aren't gonna be their favorite. How much attention do you think are you gonna get, 1/200? Most people there aren't looking particularly for you in the influx of pictures in their feed, they might be glad when they see yours, but they will not particularly trouble themselves with your existence. They might see a journal from you and commission you if they happen to have money at the moment, and the interest is self-interest, it's rarely uncoditional love if that's what you seek and if it is you're better watch out for trouble, as in any parasocial relationship. Having relationships with watchers is more burdensome than enjoyable as soon as the novelty and the high wears off when you see that people don't seek you out much after the spike in attention from a submission or a journal recedes in time. There are better ways to look for love, like getting a girlfriend. Just admit that you're an attention-whore, that's all you seek out art being just means to and end, hence you failed to get good at it, because you tried doing it for all the wrong reasons. And cease projecting your want on all artists as a whole. If an artist as broke as someone who isn't then his art doesn't mean jack and shit and he's completely equal in his brokeness all thing concerned.
>>16396 can you confirm for me that you're >>16362
Can you both shut the fuck up? God damn.
>>16400 As tedious as this discussion is, this thread was fucking dead before it started. It took 18 days for >>15531 to get a reply, and that was posted 27 days after the last discussion in this thread.
Yeah, I guess you're right. Oh, well, I don't know. I can't really think of anything to talk about, seems like everything in the world is stagnating including furries.

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Anonymous Comrade 11/24/2019 (Sun) 15:00:48 No. 2935 [Reply] [Last]
jucika thread pls
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>>16331 >>16298 >>16295 >>16294 this is your brain on america >>2937 >>2940 This is your brain on the right side of the cold wae
>>2937 >manlets AND lanklets btfo dangerously based
>>16347 >omg how could you sexualise this obviously sexual character
>>16357 what's a "lanklet"?
>>16414 me you me you me you

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Permaculture Anonymous 12/15/2019 (Sun) 01:53:45 No. 12707 [Reply] [Last]
The practice and principles of Permaculture are one of the most important tools for not only creating a sustainable socialism, but also for repairing the damage done to the global ecosystem by capitalism, and lessening your individual reliance on the current capitalist system.
Permacultural practice and socialism are two very powerful allies, and learning about permaculture should be necessity for modern socialists and communists.
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How do I best turn a piece of regular lawn into a space usable for gardening while still maintaining the soil composition and such?
>>15491 Cover it in mulch and/or compost and plant on top. Maybe cover it with cardboard or newspaper first before the winter to kill the grass. This guy has some instructional videos showing you how to do this. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YdvnNStmB1Q
>>15546 thanks I always thought the way to do it was just tearing off or digging up the top layer of grass, but I guess even that messes with the soil
>>15555 There's debate over best practices but generally it's best not to disrupt the soil more than necessary.
A bit of a long shot but does anyone have a spanish pdf of this ,i only found a Portuguese one ,or anything related to permaculture in Cuba would be greatly appreciated

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Rail Appreciation Thread Anonymous Board owner 08/15/2019 (Thu) 22:33:23 No. 11238 [Reply] [Last]
It's that time again. Post trams and trains and other rail vehicles. Both vehicles from AES and c*pitalist countries welcome.

I am looking for this one very aesthetic picture of a tram going down a grassy incline. I think it was from Czechoslovakia but not sure.
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>>16394 THIS IS WHAT THEY TOOK FROM YOU
>>16405 That image was already part of the mistake. Letting road vehicles clutter up the streets and compete with light rail was how they argued to get rid of the light rail.
>>16406 Letting private business own public transport was the first and biggest mistake.
>>16407 I work with the municipal government and the idiots cannot fathom the idea of a carless society, despite the fact that most people have to use the dreaded and super expensive private collective transport (and most have to walk at least an hour a day on top). During the day, there are more cars in the city than there are people who live there by like 2x. It's pathological at this point, nobody gives a fuck it seems. There's no such thing as bus lanes and busses are so slow, inaccessible, and expensive, you are better off buying a cheap car. We also lead the country in bike deaths and car crashes. We're not even the largest city. The government workers are so fucking dense, I told them they should ban private use cars, one of them asked, "but if I need to go to the hospital, how would I get there?". Like nigga, ask half the people you represent which don't own cars.

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MBTI/Jungian psychology and /leftypol/ Anonymous Comrade 07/23/2020 (Thu) 22:15:08 No. 12571 [Reply] [Last]
What's your personality type? INFP gang represent. Also daily reminder that MBTI and even Jungian cognitive functions are not a concrete analysis of how people behave, it's only a general prediction of how people behave over a period of time when faced with various situations.
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>>12645 Horoscopes are more fun for sure- plus more astrologists? astrology writers? Idk what they call themselves - that leverage aspects of astrology and horoscopes to give legitimately useful advice and methods for self-reflection and growth. MBTI can function the same way as a medium for self-reflection but more proponents of it are corporate clowns who write productivity blogs about how the productively write productivity blogs.
>>13240 It's clear to me you're butthurt.
>>12587 Would you say you often get disorganized? Or are you usually on top of the ball? I'm trying to figure out if I'm INFP or INFJ. I figure I'm definitely intuition dominant and I use Tx almost as much as Fx
>>12685 What is it like being the best person?
>>12685 GANG >>16375 I'm far too humble to see myself that way but thanks for the compliment.

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Drawing thread Anonymous Comrade 02/05/2020 (Wed) 01:05:52 No. 5948 [Reply] [Last]
Post about drawing and painting and related
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>>16317 >>16320 Good work and thanks for the color job.
>>16327 No problem. I'm not the first poster though.
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I been working one my frist lewd pic for a while now, using a mouse because my tablet broke, my question is, aside from the janky line work, those this look good? I kinda struggle a bit with the hair and the skin tones.
>>16334 Oh. I wonder who that was then and why they deleted those other drawings

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/ARMOUR/ Anonymous Comrade 09/18/2020 (Fri) 10:14:10 No. 16315 [Reply] [Last]
Post Your loadout, recommendations, questions, reviews, recipes... anything related to body armour, or hardening of vehicles and the like.
>>16315 Bumping with a video for making ceramic based plates on the cheap. In testing they seem to stop 5.56 lead core with a steel penetrator (m855) surprisingly enough. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYkl4m3uoOE
I question why you would not add this to the HEMA thread
>>16315 I knew a guy that survived a stabbing by sticking a couple of plastic cutting boards down the front of his coat, stopped the blade cold and distributed the shock out over his stomach so he barely even had a bruise. He didn't survive depression though :(
>>16328 Pic unrelated, I mainly meant modern body armour. >>16351 F Did he expect to be attacked?

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Building concepts Anonymous Comrade 09/11/2020 (Fri) 22:18:48 No. 16055 [Reply] [Last]
Post buildings that were never built/finished
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>>16234 >first pic Is that the supposed spherical tomb for newton? That looks really dumb and expensive for no reason at all.
>>16244 Well Boullee was an enlightenment man, and Sir Isaac was regarded as a genuinely legendary scientist by the enlightenment thinkers. It was intended a monument to enlightenment thought itself for one, but too specifically to Newton's contributions to the field of the physics, hence its spherical shape. >really dumb and expensive for no reason at all As it goes for nearly every unbuilt architectural marvel. A tomb may be more useless than the Palace of the Soviets, but the Palace too is needlessly excessive when multiple smaller scale buildings can not only do the job just as well, but better. (And in fact did do so, since the Palace wasn't built and the Soviets still handled governmental functions fine with other less excessive buildings)
>>16253 b-but big buildings look cooler
>>16346 For all the talk of excessiveness, I can't actually disagree. BEEG buildings are just so cool, even if they suck in every sense of engineering. >>16350 I'd like to think that if the tower got built, it would afford a limitless supply of Spiral energy to the Soviets and enable them to best the bourgeoisie with shear willpower. The building itself sitting inside the steel spiral monument was actually intended to spin. Three different layers (each of multiple floors) would spin at different rates, 1 day, 1 month, and 1 year: permanent revolution.

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