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Comrade 08/26/2019 (Mon) 01:13:02 No. 120 [Reply] [Last]
>the episode where Arthur tells off a literal kulak
Was this show secretly redpilled?
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>>120 never heard of this show but no you're just a reactionary wearing red that has fetishized violence to such an extent that when someone happens to be violent to someone you identify as an obstacle to communism you take them to be a comrade
>>15424 >never heard of this show aka >hasn't watched the episode >proceeds to wokescold on a hobby board i love bunkerchan
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>>120 >that episode where Arthur tells of an anti-USSR contractor Arthur is confirmed comrade. also please allow 4 image posting bunkerchan
>>16167 he is literally me

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Harry Potter Anonymous Comrade 05/14/2020 (Thu) 14:00:02 No. 9553 [Reply] [Last]
Its about time we talk about the connection between Harry Potter, Liberalism, and idpol. and also how JK Rowling is the biggest blair simp
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What's the best Harry Potter parodies/bootlegs have you read? Barry Trotter is a hilarious series and Таня Гроттер was also really fun.
Y'know, with all its popularity I'm really surprised that Harry Potter never got an animated series or spin-off of anykind.
>>15686 Why would you read a ripoff? read Hollbeque instead
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>>15441 >>15438 Didn't Little Witch Academia sort of ripoff this too?
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>>15180 >>15193 Has some decent Bellatrix related posts. All I can add for now is that the beautiful Helena Bonham Carter player the part phenomenally. Also for a very crazy, evil villain (canonically), I, inexplicably, can't help but have some strange sympathy towards her, but not other Death Eaters or Voldemort... might be cause she's an attractive woman.

/fit/ general Anonymous Comrade 03/17/2020 (Tue) 16:16:12 No. 7004 [Reply] [Last]
Ask your /fit/ related questions here. Beginner's Health and Fitness Guide, aka "the /fit/ sticky" http://liamrosen.com/fitness.html how do i overcome the wall? i'v been working out for almost a year now, gained about 33lbs mostly muscles. i have no made any gain in the past 4 months now despite woring out and eating the same way. how do i get past this and gain muscles again?
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>>16012 It's pretty normal, you will lose strength. just lift trough it, at most it will take 3-4 months to regain it.
How the fuck do you press into a handstand? This shit defies physics.
For fellow depresses insomniacs. How do you stay motivated to workout when you hit a slump?
>>16301 I can sometimes be very challenging, but I tell myself that exercise is the single most important way to manage my depression. It also helps to have goals to work towards.

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Star Wars Anonymous Comrade 03/17/2020 (Tue) 21:46:43 No. 7016 [Reply] [Last]
Star Wars thread; To discuss, laugh and meme about Star Wars Don't be a cunt and may the Force be with you
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>>16265 Because they tend to over-act and therefore provide campiness to the episodes. I enjoy it sine it's better than fishfaced screaming. >>16264 >Force Awakens The Jedi have vanished again so they're essentially rehashing the original first Star Wars "A New Hope" Last Jedi does make sense but Rise of Skywalker really did make no sense.
>>16264 the force awakens from being dormant since the dark side was wiped out with Anakin's sacrifice and Luke's academy was destroyed and he cut himself off from the force. Rey was the awakening of the light, and Kylo the dark. The last jedi is easy. Got me beat on the Rise of Skywalker though. By the time Rey gets adopted she isn't really rising or doing anything.
>>16267 Star Wars Saga film name rankings 1)Empire Strikes Back 2)Revenge of the Sith 3)The Phantom Menace 4)Return of the Jedi 5)The Last Jedi 6)Attack of the Clones 7)A New Hope 8)The Force Awakens 9)Rise of Skywalker
>>16269 Not bad I'd go with Revenge of the Sith Empire Strikes Back Return of the Jedi The Last Jedi A New Hope Attack of the Clones Phantom Menace Rise of Skywalker The Force Awakens
Rise of Skywalker is easily the worst and perfectly encapsulates just in its name the problem with modern Star Wars. The titles shouldn't use character names. Lacks that classic pulpy quality.

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Anonymous Comrade 09/15/2020 (Tue) 23:56:57 No. 16238 [Reply] [Last]
Anyone know anything about feng shui or related? Any materialist ideas about it?
>>16238 How could there possibly be a materialist take on Feng Shui other than 'it's bullshit', honest question?
>Any materialist ideas about it? Windows facing south in the northern hemisphere and north in the southern hemisphere light up the house during the day Not tripping over or running into shit on the floor like furniture at night when it's dark is good
>>16238 Directions so that the front of the house always receives cool winds while turning away from the sea storms at 90 degrees to avoid your doors being caved in by winds and floods. The rest about luck is just superstition and cope.
>>16240 you should put your bed facing west so the sun doesn't hit your face in the morning
>>16238 When positioning a desk in the room, make sure that the light goes in from the left side if you're right handed, and from the right side if you're left handed.

Torrent of 9/11 Dataset Torrents vito scaletta 09/13/2020 (Sun) 23:01:13 No. 16142 [Reply] [Last]
magnet:?xt=urn:btih:ab5f6ba54ca1bd2b91de0c3cc37bb1f926ec0702&dn=911dataset%20torrents So here's a torrent full of torrents for the 9/11 Data set. Includes lots of videos, documents, audio recordings, animations, diagrams, etc revolving around the 9/11 attacks. The torrent here is about 100mb of torrent files only. Downloading all the data from the included torrents will net you over 3 TB of data. Feel free to pick and choose. Would hate to see this data lost forever. Included a list of the torrents here.

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The state of animation today Anonymous Comrade 07/26/2020 (Sun) 18:10:21 No. 13238 [Reply] [Last]
Aight, so I've heard folks talking about how lazy a certain "toon-boom" style is, I just wanted to hear opinions and show off some art I made
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>>16073 >I thought Tiny Toons was total garbage Why?
>>16075 Because it wasn't funny and is frankly a shallow insult to the clever humor in the original Merry Melodies.
>>16072 >so enlighten me with some actual arguments Why bother? You're just going to ignore them or shift goal posts, or nay other fallacy you've been using so far. It's boring and pointless; nobody except losers are interested in reading through long argumentative responses about why "person X is a dumbass with shit taste". >random, surrealist absurdist humor I don't mind that, If you want absurd surreal shit the drug-trip grotesqueness of Ren and Stimpy, Cat-Dog, Rocko's Life, Courage the Cowardly Dog or even the original Power Puff Girls. I wasn't a big fan of half of those shows, but I can admit that they had good work put into making them unique and weird and funny. That's not what TTG or LH do, they're just fucking really shitty sit-coms with cartoon effects and a "hurr random colorful movement = funny" which is only true for babies and children who don't know any better. >That’s just the style And it's garbage that is made worse by the absolutely lazy toon-boom format. It's like current Family Guy but with TTG characters and no swearing or blood. At least with Gumball, you get a lot of fun variability and even if it has random humor and other things.
>>16087 >Why bother? You're just going to ignore them or shift goal posts, or nay other fallacy you've been using so far. I just said "Anamaniacs" sucked because it had a bunch of jokes 90's kids only pretended to get. You keep insisting that kids are smart enough to get Hollywood gossip jokes as if that was a mark of intelligence. And an indicator of a mouth breather. >That's not what TTG or LH do, they're just fucking really shitty sit-coms with cartoon effects and a "hurr random colorful movement = funny" which is only true for babies and children who don't know any better. They're sitcoms only in the loosest sense. They rely a lot on a either an escalating comedy of errors, absurdist comedy, and metahumor. They're like "Family Guy" but without the cruelty. And yes they're dialog driven. A lot of people like that kid of humor. You don't, okay, doesn't make it bad. >And it's garbage that is made worse by the absolutely lazy toon-boom format. You got me on the Cal-Arts styling. I can't defend that, these TTG cartoons are cracked out like sausages. But if you think "Animaniacs" never took so pretty egregious shortcuts themselves, you should get your eyes checked. >At least with Gumball, you get a lot of fun variability and even if it has random humor and other things. TTG a much slower paced slice of life. It's good, but not scratching the same itch. Some people like cartoons paced like a rollercoaster ride. You're a mean old adult so that shit is too jarring, but kids love it. Time moves slower for them because each day they live is a much bigger part of their lives than someone that's lived a long time. Plus Gumball is not nearly as cynical and not nearly as meta. TTG touches more on the ridiculously cruel aspects of life without glorifying them. One of my favorite episodes is when Beast Boy joins a pyramid scheme. I wish they were cultivating this kind of cynicism when I was growing up, maybe so many of my peers wouldn't have gotten sucked into such obvious scams IRL. I feel like TTG is more like a cartoon version of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" but again without the cruelty and violence.
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>>16099 >And it just keeps going. The sheer facepalm-worthy inability to see the obvious never grows old. You're just starting this again and it's going to circle back to the massive rant posts which I refuse to waste my time with this. >scratch an itch If you accept mediocre trash just to scratch an itch the quality of product will only get worse over time. It's your life, but I suggest you think really hard about why something like Tom & Jerry or TMNT is near universally considered actually fun and worth watching, and why TTG is regarded as unironically brain-rotting garbage. Farewell PS if we're going to go for a modern cartoon that is of the same type - The Ducktales reboot. I don't much like the art-style but it's still detailed and unique, with smooth animation and decent story-telling.

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/trek/ Anonymous Comrade 01/24/2020 (Fri) 01:40:32 No. 5635 [Reply] [Last]
<Star Trek Picard S01E01 is out (check torrents) >general Favourite episodes, best characters, memorable moments, etc.
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I've been rewatching TNG and I'm really enjoying it and I'm planning on doing the same for DS9. Should I keep going after that, or is everything from Voyager onwards subpar?
>>15898 After TNG things go a bit away from the original vision of Star Trek, however I do suggest you watch DS9 and Voyager. I personally enjoyed some of Enterprise, despite its problems. Anything produced after that (movies or tv series) are not worth the time. >>14865 Because it is LOL >>14749 As in it isn't good, AS Expected or isn't as good as you expected it to be?
>>15898 Once TNG gets going it really gets going. Season 3 is just pure brilliance and despite its low budget the Yesterdays Enterprise battle has to one of my favourites in all of sci-fi. The speech Picard gives at the start gives me chills.
>>15975 I'm at Season 6 of TNG and while it takes a while to get going,it's great when it does. I think it's starting to go down hill a bit now though, IMO it kind of peaked at season 3-4.
>>16070 >I think it's starting to go down hill a bit now though, IMO it kind of peaked at season 3-4 Nah, season 7 is fantastic.

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Anonymous Comrade 07/19/2020 (Sun) 07:16:27 No. 12383 [Reply] [Last]
Anyone else like ASMR? I have always had trouble falling asleep so I have listened to it every night for the past 3 years. My all time GOAT is Ephemeral Rift (pic related) because his videos are often interesting stories more than just sound trigger videos. Two other good ones are Phoenicean Sailor (also makes fantastic story videos, held back by releasing videos rarely) and Made in France ASMR
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>>14760 the hell does "goat" mean? pls have a different meaning than just the animal
>>14761 Greatest of All Time
Rift made a video about anarchism. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OSLBO0jlB0
One of my favorites is Jim. He puts a lot of effort into his performances https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DEBgW0StmFc >>15394 Yep, Uncle E is a full blown comrade.
>>12534 Same

utopian sci-fi Anonymous Comrade 03/01/2020 (Sun) 06:49:02 No. 6533 [Reply] [Last]
Tired of cyberpunk and dystopian culture in general, post ITT worlds you would want to live in or not too bad depictions of leftist societies. Pic related, an anarchist moon revolving around a capitalist planet 200 years after the revolution.
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>>10933 Left Hand of Darkness is like this - might have been thought provoking for portraying a gender-fluid society at the time but now it falls flat (it's still reasonably enjoyable as a read though). On the other hand I found The Dispossessed to be thought provoking and even inspiring at times.
>>11022 >shoot AI slavery as a kind of limitation of Marxism But the Culture series have the opposite problem with AI support post scarcity. Rather than the Minds being the slave of the races that created them, they live supporting sentient biological life as a type of artificial parasitism similar to barnacles on a blue whale. The problem is the utopia ends there. No uplifting, no change, only stagnation in unlimited digital bliss.
The longer I live, the more impossible these utopias seem.
>>11524 And the closer dystopia is, now that I think about it
>>11068 I noticed that issue in books. People are immortal and they can modify their bodies and minds to become as strong and intelligent as their technology allows, maybe even evolve into a Mind, but most choose to end their lives after around 500 years, because they get bored. And this problem also extends to AI, who also choose to end their existances after a few millenia at most, because they experienced all that was to experience. In the last book we get to see the longest living being in the culture, and it isn't an AI, but a man who hasn't transformed into some super being, but instead transforms himself into different alien lifeforms and lives the way they do, at a slow pace, before going to the next alien civilization and redoing the process. It's a rather pessimistic series when it comes to the purpose of life. Not even god like beings like the Minds seem to find fullfilement in this universe so they eventually just off themselves.


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