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Dystopian Sci-Fimovies Anonymous Comrade 01/18/2020 (Sat) 18:06:13 No. 5426 [Reply] [Last]
What are some good dystopian sic-di movies.
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>>13303 >le epic references movie As a side note, a god film that actually makes appropriate and plentiful references is Galaxy Quest https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galaxy_Quest#Relation_to_Star_Trek_and_other_science_fiction_works
>>13469 >character is a literal cyberpunk Cringe. Sounds like more retarded shonen shit.
>>13780 >Muhhhh Shonen Pretentious pseudo-intellectual blow-hards like you make the Narutard stereotype look mature.
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The gun you are currently holding is the Aperture Science Anal tunnelling device,ASATD for short.The device is designed to be a portable gel gun used for coating walls with Horse seme-I mean conversion gel. Please cum-I mean continue testing. Try not to Overclock the ba-I mean storage tanks Well done. You have completed this test with flying colors. Please enter the lift so you can come and fuck me-I mean get a physical exam...
cyberpunk died officially in 1995 (when reddit-effect happened) it was trash before that too (even cyberpunk writers say that, that it is a trash, it is just low-life sci-fi)

Anonymous Comrade 07/12/2020 (Sun) 14:50:16 No. 12101 [Reply] [Last]
/cars/ Anybody else in the bunker enjoy cars and motorsport? Discuss anything motoring related here. To start I'll say I've spent the last few days doing the brakes on my own car, including new calipers. Fucking hard work on an old POS, nothing comes apart easily.
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>>15530 >Because moving things around is expensive and resource intensive. You're right, that's why like a good capitalist you want to offload those costs to the worker. >there's no point in building an entire rail line if you care about conserving resources. A car will do. No, a car won't do. I'd rather take a train than have to drive a car: >have to be sober, so no drinking or smoking weed the day you drive >have to maintain your car, oil changes, etc. >if it breaks, you fix it >driving every day becomes a chore and a hassle It's way nicer to sit on comfy chair on a train that takes you from point A to B. You can even have a drink and a meal while you travel. Not to mention that a train carries way more cargo per litre of fuel than a car, or a truck for that matter. >No, but I don't think country living is going to end because of socialism. There will always be isolated populations. Never said it would, it's just that rather than expecting 10000 people to all have a car, we can have a rail line to the area. If you visit Europe, you can see this in practice.
>>15554 >You're right, that's why like a good capitalist you want to offload those costs to the worker. I'm a worker, retard. And generally people want to live in cities where there's actually services and roads. This is why living there costs more. If housing was free, this wouldn't be an issue. >No, a car won't do. I'd rather take a train than have to drive a car: Because you like cities. Live in one. I travel to town too, and the cost of putting a rail line to every small town isn't actually worth it, especially with the ecological impact of tearing up the countryside for no net gain. >It's way nicer to sit on comfy chair on a train that takes you from point A to B. You can even have a drink and a meal while you travel. Not to mention that a train carries way more cargo per litre of fuel than a car, or a truck for that matter. That only makes sense if you're carrying enough cargo. A small hick town doesn't need the thousands of tons of resources you need in high population centers. Or are you thinking of carrying half-filled trains every week? The alternative, of course, is to run trains less often, but then you're just stranding people like me out in the middle of nowhere just because cars trigger you. >Never said it would, it's just that rather than expecting 10000 people to all have a car, we can have a rail line to the area. If you visit Europe, you can see this in practice. Oh, I'm aware of those small rail lines. They don't run very often, sometimes as little as once a week. People in those areas still own cars, for obvious reasons. You're arguing from some weird lifestylist emotions. Get over yourself.
>>15612 >I'm a worker, retard. So? You've internalised the ruling ideology, including the "explanations" of why things must remain the way they are. >generally people want to live in cities where there's actually services and roads. Why not have services and roads in the periphery, and not just in the urban centres? That's my whole point. Our countries are organised this way because of capitalism. Early capitalist factory production necessitated centralisation. Factory production in general requires a level of centralisation (it is the meeting point of various resources and labour), however, we are no longer tied to steam engines and other large machinery. Because of our improved infrastructure, we no longer have to centralise things as we are able to transport energy and goods over large distances. Why would you want to?, you ask. So that people wouldn't have to. >This is why living there costs more. Housing in the cities costs more because of supply and demand, not because the amenities are better. Otherwise tropical islands would be cheap, for they have no services and roads. >the cost of putting a rail line to every small town isn't actually worth it Pic related, orange is high-speed, red is regular. Why isn't it worth it? Because you said so? >especially with the ecological impact of tearing up the countryside for no net gain. As opposed to cars and roads which float above the countryside, touching absolutely nothing. No net gain? You mean no net gain other than the fucking rail line, right? >That only makes sense if you're carrying enough cargo.

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>>15645 >Pic related forgot pic
>>15645 >So? You've internalised the ruling ideology, including the "explanations" of why things must remain the way they are. No, it's a simple fact of knowing the country and living there. You're the one thinking this is suddenly going to be covered in rail when we still pump water from wells and use septic tanks to store our waste. >Why not have services and roads in the periphery, and not just in the urban centres? Because the cost of building that stuff is higher than the individual cost of having someone like me travel 40 mins to town then back to my place. >Our countries are organised this way because of capitalism. Not just because of that, and costs like opportunity costs and material costs will always exist. >Early capitalist factory production necessitated centralisation. Factory production in general requires a level of centralisation (it is the meeting point of various resources and labour), however, we are no longer tied to steam engines and other large machinery. Because of our improved infrastructure, we no longer have to centralise things as we are able to transport energy and goods over large distances. You very much are still tied to large machinery. How do you think things get made? Have you ever worked in any sort of factory? >Why would you want to?, you ask. So that people wouldn't have to. People generally don't mind living with other people. This is actually a positive part of cities. They want to live near their jobs. My job is in the middle of nowhere, so that's where I live. If my job was at a steel mill, for example. I'd live there, and I'd love for you to tell me how you'd make that into a distributed manufacturing process without ending up with towns that literally only house employees for a single product or process. Again, for no net gain, since the cities and infrastructure are already there. >Housing in the cities costs more because of supply and demand,

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Catchy folk/ propaganda music. Anonymous 08/02/2020 (Sun) 08:36:14 No. 13878 [Reply] [Last]
No boring ass woody Guthrie singing about how sad it to be from Oklahoma while strumming his guitar. I want synthesisers, fast rhythms, weird ass instruments you’ve never heard before. I want shit that would make you want to get up and dance in your local town square with other third world peasants. Is its leftist? cool. Is its advocating for the genocide of some ethnic minority or the establishment of a global caliphate? I don’t give shit as long as the music is fire.
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>>15603 Such a shame this based legend got betrayed by Gorbachev
>>15607 Great song

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Do you guys like Futebol Anonymous Comrade 08/01/2020 (Sat) 15:46:59 No. 13779 [Reply] [Last]
Well do you? What team do you support?
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I was never into football but I like to pretend to support Barça when it plays against Madrid to piss people off.
Do you niggas think anyone else will win the Champions League, Copa Libertadores, and World Cup again, or will Ronaldinho go down as the only footballer in history to achieve this?
>>15485 Seeing the current state of sudata football? Yes.
>>15561 Sudata? wut, I actually looked to see if you meant to say sudaca but the t and c aren't even close
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>>15565 I meant sudaca but i was drunk posting

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/SSA/ - Social Skills Advice Anonymous Comrade 03/23/2020 (Mon) 18:15:39 No. 7305 [Reply] [Last]
Perhaps it has become your goal to be more charismatic, uninhibited and sociable. Let's have a thread where we ask questions and give advice to improve exactly that.
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>>15498 Yeah well, it is what it is.
I'm making progress in keeping up routine conversations with people which is good but I went overboard with a recruiting spiel to two people from my last job while drunk, which is bad Why do I want to talk to people so badly when its so awful and stressful?
>>15496 Take shrooms Then ket Then LSD That should knock down that prison wall
>>15496 gonna have to second the advice to do drugs IDK about using them once and bam, youve been therapied, but definitely psychedelics can help a bit, and more importantly, shit like molly, 2c series, the entactogens will help you socialize and break down those fears. Also, just anxiolytics possibly. Try self-medding with different things, see what works. Just stay away from harmful stuff. Like id get drunk all the time if it didnt end up making me depressed and fucking my liver, but obv what i need instead is just something else that lowers inhibitions and anxiety.
>>15534 >>15627 yeah i don't think i'm going to do drugs, i'm fucked up enough as it is

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Comrade 09/01/2019 (Sun) 04:44:36 No. 819 [Reply] [Last]
What side jobs to make money?
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>>15322 is carding even doable in 2020?
>>7345 being okay with your girlfriend doing sex work is cringe, but last i heard she only did cosplay
>>7343 People have free time, the communities are accessible, and people are thankful for the work that you do. Fandoms are a space for spontaneous, creative, and voluntary labour. It gets easy to swept in this.
>>7322 We need more advices like this
>>15333 Dark net market place

Anonymous Comrade 08/31/2020 (Mon) 21:12:38 No. 15542 [Reply] [Last]
Just got forklift certified. 😎 AMA.
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>>15544 Lmao, no, I am not that much of a faggot, though, I am proud to have a card that says I am certified, yes. Thanks, anon. However, if I joined a union I would, deff, do what >>15548 said, lol. I ordered a bunch of IWW gear that i'm gonna be flaunting anyways.
>>15547 No, lol. I take the safety pretty seriously. I have seen some bad wrecks and people getting mangled really bad by forklifts.
>>15550 >Then they taught me the basic functionality of the forklife Did you choose the forklife, or did the forklife choose you?
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>>15557 OP is German clearly

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The Last Internationale? Anonymous Comrade 08/29/2020 (Sat) 17:28:02 No. 15460 [Reply] [Last]
Does anybody remember something like "The Last Internationale" or "The Final Internationale" being posted here? If so, can you post a link to it. I think it was some kind of book made on bunkerchan. The cover looked like pic above. I also posted this on leftypol. If that makes this considered spam I'll delete it.
I recall it. I made some posts in the thread as suggestions for the backstory, but don't know what happened to the project. I think the first thread died and at some point the OP made another one saying that work was still going.
Do you have the link to the new one by any chance?
>>15460 I think that anon is gone. The project was damn fun though. Wish there was any archive of the thread.

Batman Anonymous Comrade 11/11/2019 (Mon) 04:46:07 No. 2628 [Reply] [Last]
Porky punching lumpens to get his kicks or class traitor who directly and indirectly helpi people?

Also general capeshit thread i guess
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>>11593 So you proved my point, Zizek's analysis reached the same conclusions that I did, and in his own words, nowhere did I copy-paste his phrases unless general social terms are somehow 'plagiarism'.
So... opinions on Batwamyn and its catastrophic shitshow?
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Repost: I had an idea for a socialist Batman >Thomas Wayne is an incorruptible union leader >Bruce is a young child who thinks his father is stupid for not letting management buy him out >During the middle of a strike Thomas and Martha are shot dead in an apparent mugging >Bruce is taken in by the old family friend Alfred >After Bruce is grown he decides to hunt down the man who killed his parents >It turns out to be a member of his father's union, Joe Chill >His confrontation leaves him shaken and he decides to devote his life to protecting the working people of Gotham City You can decide if it sounds any good or not
>>3191 >One interesting take is "An epic of Predator" by Leo Kaganov. It describes an interaction between "absolute collectivist" alien race, "absolute individualist-predators" and humans. I know the post is nearly a year old, but link?
>>2682 the guys he focuses his attention on are almost exclusively mob and spree killers, he's not exactly punching down.

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Chernobyl Anonymous Comrade 08/20/2020 (Thu) 15:47:59 No. 15115 [Reply] [Last]
Uhh yeah, this. What do we think of it? I think the cinematically it was really good, but it had a lot of historical inaccuracies.
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>>15258 One of Russian reviews mention him and his test in passting.
I hope Putin follows through with funding a Russian version and they make it about a CIA agent tricking them into blowing up the plant while promising no one would get hurt and then they use bots to spam "its just a story, it says based in reality, its not a documentary, lol u mad" on every comment section
>>15115 I watched it and thought it seemed a little goofy and propaganda-like, which was more sinister given it wasn't about a big american tough guy fighting commies (or something straightforward and non-serious like that). This series seemed to be saying that communism is what caused the reactor to blow up and I thought that was a bit silly.
The director is a rabid Clintonite Russia-gater. I tried watching the first episode once out of boredom and it was not worth it. Libs love it however. If you want a "cinematic" show watch Young Pope, directed by Sorrentino who is a real film director. It's not amazing but it's way better than the rest of TV shit out there. "Golden Age of Television" my ass.
>>15463 It's amazing how pretentious and bad "prestige TV" is.

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