jest wiele odłamów lewicy, tak jak i prawicy, pierdolenie o przymusie pracy jest niepoważne kiedy lada moment automatyzacja i robotyzacja wejdzie pełną kurwą, w CYWILIZACJI rozważa się dochód podstawowy, a w Polsce jak w lesie, słyszałem propozycje o wykupowaniu udziałów w robotach za pracę niczym wykupowaniu szerów na sieciach kryptowalut
>>13333 Stop projecting. Having testosterone doesn't stop one from feeling emotions. I am often amazed at nature in work; I feel tremendous love when I think of pets, friends or family; I have been inspired to write when I was with friends who had been composing new songs; I have been moved to tears when I think of god's compassion.
If life has lost it's lustre for you, it is no fault of testosterone, but something else.
>>13346 >be me >be god >make beings with unparalleled curiosity. >make it so every single instincts compel them to try new things, especially when asked not to. >tell them not to do a thing. >get mad at them when they do it anyway. >banish them and make their life painful and pave their road in hardship. >they start as primitive fuckers who have a hard time finding food. >LaughInGodhood.jpg >come back thousands of years later when I feel something weird. >go look at the furless apes. >they split the atome. >oh shit >look around >now they don't have to hunt or harvest. Hell , women don't have to give birth in pain anymore >they can fly
What do you think tech?
Should we be able to experiment with human genetic modification (CRISPR/Cas9)? Should we be experimenting with eugenics?
The child development should taken with neurogenic drugs, such as Dihexa and NSI-189? Psychedelic drugs, like Psilocybin? The effect of nutrition, as with the use of iodine, EPA/DHA and uridine?
On a voluntarily basis, I'd say it's fine. But being mandatory? No fucking way!
Eugenics requires a massive social police state and immense anti-privacy measures to properly carry out. So by saying you support eugenics you basically are supporting a tyrannical police state. Even if you think it would "work out" OK, it doesn't change the fact you'd be making other people's lives miserable "for the common good"... and we all know what that leads to and it ain't a pretty outcome.
>>11311 >Is this inhumane? Can you define what "humane" is?
>>11316 >And their childrens. So the parents can force their children to do these things?
>you're asking if it would be sweet to live in Brave New World. No, that's your conclusion. BnW is one possible future, not the only possible future.
>do you think you should be treated the same as your dishwasher? This is not the real question, that's just your reduction of the argument, that everything evolving to genetic modification will have the same result as in WW2 and BnW. That's not necessarily the case.
>>11335 >So by saying you support eugenics you basically are supporting a tyrannical police state. Not exactly too. See "libertarian eugenics" effort.
Is there true people falling for this over population bullshit? Just a little bite of history: A genocide happened in france during the french revolution, and some of the ideas behind this is overpopulation. It was in the 17e century (others being that they were royalists, and that french revolution was not a revolution but a coup from the bourgeoisie against the nobles). Anyway, we have today enough food to feed more than 10 billions people. We're not too much on this earth. Stop listening to globalists like Soros. They're the one bullshiting this. If we don't have enough space on earth, then we'll move on the moon, and so on. When wood was lacking because of the surplus of population of europe, we discovered coal. Fusion is very soon, and we'll do very well, no worry. The point that you don't seem to understand is that we are beginning to be too much, not for the earth, but for the good management of a unique world government. Don't worry, with the next world war, we'll mostly all die. You included. You should first apply your ideas to yourself. Don't make children and suicide yourself.
>>>11316 >>And their childrens. >So the parents can force their children to do these things? That's not what I meant. I was meaning that your childrens will be applied the politics you're defending. If you have a "bad" (low IQ, down syndrome) childrens, then they'll be euthanised. You'll understand then why people actually keep their disabled/retarded childrens, even though they have the choice to kill him when young. It have already happened, in USA or in Sweden for exemple. They sterilised crazy people, disabled one or one with low IQ test. Eugenism will be even more monstruous, and direct. A lot of people, analasing the future market, are saying that in a way, we'll either not be able to procreate, either chose to actually "buy" a fully engineered baby. But it's based on a lot of people buying babies, and so not making them. We'll see.
>>11340 You see, that is the problem with depopulation, cognitive dissonance takes place in most individuals, they desire a less populated planet, but themselves want to procreate and have a family.
Just because we have the capabilities to feed 10 billion humans doesn't mean we should, and what happens when that 10 billion turns into a 15 billion which turns into a 30 billion because population grows logarithmically? You will see the population growth primarily occurring in 3rd world countries, most notably by Muslims who's religion allows for polygamy and encourages multiple children, and a population as large as 10 billion would only survive because of our advanced technology, it is highly unlikely for this number to be reached normally, and the technology to allow it to reach this point requires massive amounts of resources.
But I digress, attempting to grasp concepts such as this when it incorporates so much information and requires great knowledge is difficult and leads to failure.
>>11340 Ok, all your wall of text can be simplified on these arguments:
1- Moral principles. Human life has a essential value and we should protect it.
2- Everything is made to be sold in contemporary society. Therefore the future will be the distopy of comercialisation of life by itself.
3- Intelligence cannot be quantified.
Now, my counter-arguments:
1- Humans are different from other animals that we already use as objects? On what exacly is based your ideas of "moral"? Your philosophical principles seems to be based on some kind of metaphysical essentialism, am I right?
2- Yes. That's the point of capitalism. If you refuse to accept this reality you'll soon be defending communism ideals. Unfortunately we can't give a hug on everyone and start to sing as in Wonderland.
3- I haven't even mentioned IQ. I do not agree with the current model of intelligence quantification. Actually, most of the scientists don't agree with this too, but use it as an intermediary method of research (like the Big Five, on psychology). Inteligence can't be quantified in an precise number, no, but it's clear that there's difference between people reasoning.
I'd like to tell you about the wonders of "Hungarian cottage cheese" or "körözött" (cca. circled) as we call it. It's cottage cheese (cow or sheep or the mix of both, my favourit is a 50-50 mix but I usually eat pure cow's) mixed with red paprika powder, caraway/cumin, fine chopped onion, salt, butter and/or sour cream. I like it with butter and very little sour cream. Eat it as a spread with tomatoes, radishes, paprika etc.
Blogpost. I have half a box of Twinings tea I only drink it occasionally as it's considered a more expensive and finer brand. I noticed however I crossed the expiration date. The tea's still fine so I decided I drink it fast. Now I drink 1,5 l Twinings Earl Gray on daily basis. Feels good, man.
Let's have an informative thread about each country's electoral geography and how it ties to demography, regionalism and so on.
Brazil's sharp blue state/purple state/red state divide, which only emerged from 2006 onwards, has been talked about a lot; Geocurrents had two excellent articles about it. I won't talk about the basics, as they're already covered well enough. But Martin W. Lewis has missed some things.
First of all, party loyalties at the state level do make a difference. This factor isn't as strong as it used to be in the Old/Oligarchic Republic period (1889-1930), when the entire national political process was centered on state-level loyalties, but is still felt in some states. Rio Grande do Sul's leftist past mentioned in his article is a legacy of the state's social democratic loyalties. As they leaned towards a different, non Workers Party string of social democracy (see Leonel Brizola, the leftist who famously called Lula a "bearded frog") that has been defeated and cucked by the PT, their support for Lula gradually faded away. São Paulo is an even better example: the entire state is radically anti-PT and anti-leftist, and has had fought to install its distinct political views on the federal government for over a century, to the point of fighting a civil war in 1932 when it was evicted from a decade-long liberal hegemony.
Another important point is that the hinterland has some distinct electoral factors absent from the densely populated coastal states the northernmost two still count as hinterland; Lewis shrugs off Roraima as an irrelevant case, but it expresses the same factors he covered about Mato Grosso.
What the hinterland states have in common is that their vast swathes of desolate savanna and jungle have experienced continuous waves of settlement and economic development since the last century. Thus, they have three dynamics that impact their voting: >Highly profitable agricultural frontier areas versus poor traditional communities >Expanding ethnic Brazilian settlement versus native communities and their reserve areas, with leftist governments backing the natives; >Land reform, local political machines controlled by the rural upper class, peasant-landowner class conflict, far-left movements that claim to represent the landless invading and damaging property everywhere and so on
I know some of this personally, as I have an uncle who moved a couple decades ago to become a landowner in the hinterland; whenever he visits us, he complains about gun control and ignorant gringos/southeeasterners who know nothing about his situation, but constantly shill for environmentalism, natives, land reform and so on.
>>10701 Oh yeah. I wanted to look up what's up with that but I forgot. They have really nice flag. >plebiscite I read plebicide.
I'm not sure how to feel about that either. Personally I'd say I support their wish to be independent. Might be because the past 500 years of Hungarian history was about nothing but a struggle for independence well it's not the whole truth but "it's good for here in the village and in town noone cares about it" hence sympathy for such ambitions. Is it in our interest in any way? I dunno. Does their independence lead to more stability in the region or less?
>>10702 >Is it in our interest in any way? I dunno. Does their independence lead to more stability in the region or less? Depends a lot on what the next step is. I'd say that the Levant should be carved up anew because old borders don't make any fucking sense whatsoever. But if only Kurdistan follows suit, that fucks up everyone. Oh and as it is, I think Kurdistan infringes on Assyria with the Nineveh/Mosul occupation.
I have a Playstation 3, but I don't really know what to do with it. Jailbreaking it is impossible, and this sucks. Right now it is hooked up to my CRT tv, since it is the only thing i had in house that had an analogue vudeo output, and i use it to watch netflix, Youtube, Chrunchyroll, and some old cartoons, like Rugrats, Griffin, things like that. But I feel like I've never used it at its full potential. I own it since 2013, unfortunately, before i did not own enough money to buy it by myself, so I was able to get one only by then. And I feel like I've never used too much, in the first time, I've used it a lot, but after some time, i got myself a gaming pc, so now what can I do with this ps3? I think it could be do more than just streaming movies, should I buy some games? Even if I can buy the same game on pc at less price and have it with better graphics only for the sake of having a disc?
today as I've been reading the best source of PROOFS (I mean, they're funded by a government, they literally can't be biased) I noticed this https://www.rt.com/news/394082-south-korea-kim-assassination/ >Former South Korean President Park Geun-hye was making plans to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un
since koryŏ has been quite busy lately I think it warrants a specific thread
>>10625 On the floor. You're forgetting that unlike dirty Europeans, Koreans and Japanese took their shoes off and walked barefoot when inside, so the floor stayed clean and they could easily eat and sleep there. Well from what I know about China they put food on stools or low tables but most of the stuff was floor-level. Meanwhile Europeans had to elevate work, food and sleeping facilities because they didn't take their dirty shoes off inside.
>>10630 >for quite a time Nah, try about half a century. Toyotomi Hideyoshi tried to invade Korea twice hoping to establish foothold to perhaps even try reach for the Imperial title in China but both times he got held back for long enough for Chinese reinforcements to drive him back into the sea.
I don't know about Japanese loanwords in Korean, but Chinese loanwords to Japanese mostly went through Korea first. Oh and most obvious Japanese loanwords were purged after WW2 for political reasons. Quick search revealed words like ppang from Japanese pan for bread (from Portuguese), and a lot of calques based on Chinese words like eunhaeng from Japanese ginkô for bank (which is also used in Chinese, but the word was coined in Japan).
>>56202 If we would have a pic of his parents, then theirs etc we could make an animorphs kind of sequence of a Jew morphing into a human by stealing gentile DNA. Something like a slow motion shapeshifting process.
>>56526 Well digging is something that takes persistence. Anomalies are things that should be mentally noted but not obsessed on. When digging one looks to find corroboration of a motive of a conspiracy etc. In that sense you are looking for patterns of anomalous factors. Like with pizzagate there was a pattern of the anomalous usage of the idea of pizza. There was a pattern of uncomfortable posturing by the media that is always calm and in control of the narrative. People say to follow the money that is true. You use basically private investigators tools community resources to trace deeds and whatnot. It really depends on what the situation is. You also have to know what to look for and that takes some level of obsession. Most people can spot the kike but can you spot the goy who is a surrogate for the kike?
>>7090 >called him a kike i dint really called him a kike, he rather took the name himself. the character he selected for his board name pseudonym is a jew playing a jew. the character also has a quite ashkenazi looking face so no way G_C didnt know he is choosing a jew as his pseudonym.
>>7089 >"le lets be friends" when Ocelotte hands over the reigns >good thing Vol AdolfHitler deleted the evidence >look at what I've done to /pol/ >posts the evidence Why are you this retarded? I honestly never thought I'd thank you for something, but holy shit. Thanks for that evidence. Next time you drop in to play innocent, this should be useful.
The shoe companies have been bribing assistant coaches to in turn bribe recruits and their families to attend particular schools. Adidas has been playing an IRL version of College Basketball 2K and one of their executives along with a few assistant coaches just got arrested by the fucking FBI today This whole thing is going to implode. It's the nuclear option for college nigger ball. The public universities implicated are going down on misuse of federal funds and Adidas is going down on wire fraud. This is fucking hilarious. Billion dollar shoe company and coaches making millions per year throwing it all away for fucking nothing.
>NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. authorities on Tuesday unveiled fraud charges against 10 people associated with some of the country’s premier college basketball programs, including four coaches and an Adidas AG executive, following a two-year corruption probe. Prosecutors said they uncovered two related schemes, including one in which apparel executives, financial advisers and others bribed assistant college coaches to steer elite players to them, and a second in which players were allegedly bribed to enroll at schools sponsored by Adidas.
>The charges reflect what prosecutors called the “criminal influence of money” on National Collegiate Athletic Association basketball, and the conflicts that could arise from the drive to win and the need to provide student-athletes an education. “College sports has a history of corruption, but the involvement of coaches is particularly troubling,” said Mark Conrad, a sports law and ethics professor at Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business. “It raises questions about the priorities of the so-called ‘power’ schools.”
>The best-known defendant charged is Chuck Person, a former National Basketball Association star who became an associate head coach at Auburn University, his alma mater. Auburn suspended him without pay on Tuesday. The other coaches charged are Anthony “Tony” Bland, from the University of Southern California; Lamont Evans, from Oklahoma State University; and Emanuel “Book” Richardson, from the University of Arizona.
>Some of the other defendants are James Gatto, director for global sports marketing for basketball at Adidas; Rashan Michel, who runs an Atlanta apparel company; New Jersey money manager Munish Sood; and onetime sports agent Christian Dawkins.
>Joon Kim, the acting U.S. attorney in Manhattan, told a press conference the defendants showed “contempt” for players and coaches who follow the rules, while the four coaches “abused that trust placed in them by these players and their families.” Representatives of USC, Oklahoma State, Arizona and the NCAA, which regulates college basketball, did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Adidas said in an email it was “unaware of any misconduct and will fully cooperate with authorities to understand more.”
>>117996 >flicking my bean and see this show is on >decide to watch >family having a normal dinner joking with each other >camera zooms in on that faggot kid >family chatter fades to background noise >can hear faggot kid thinking >it took me 17 years before i could touch these people thanks to the invention of pural hand sanitizer >laugh track erupts in laughter GOAT SHOW GUYS ITS SO AMAZINGLY GOAT
>>11325 Also, lets make sure we have backup P2P clients, BT clients, I2P, etc. BT/P2P is going to become a very big thing in the near future again once all the normfags realize they can't download/access/share/watch anything anymore (because of DRM) they'll likely start to ditch all those "smartphones" and "tablets" and start buying laptops and PCs again so they can go back to the good 'ol days of simple P2P.
How much you wanna bet this backfires on Silicon Vally?
>>11332 On the contrary I use a lot of proprietary software on my offline win XP so I can easily rip DVDs, CDs and convert my media files because I find some of that software works much better than some of the open source software out there. I'm not bashing open source, but not all of it is that great, and there is some proprietary software out there that just kicks ass and gets the job done right without any hassle.
>>11337 I personally don't run "unsafe websites". If you want to watch some youtube video, use youtube-dl to download and run ffplay or mpv player. If you want to subscribe to an youtube channel, use a RSS client like Newsbeuter.
Just simplify. There's no need for what you call "normie computer". Route everything through Tor (do transparent proxy) and you're done.
>>14165 >stereotypowe przecież ten dauniak to esencja prawiczku pierdolony. >nie znaj sie na niczym poza naukami dziatka w hmurce >wypowiadaj się na każdy temat https://youtube.com/watch?v=Q8pZdubaeKs [Embed] od początku do końca tona bzdur inb4 udowodnij wszystkie, jak któryś wierzący bezmózg będzie chciał to wszystko wam po kolei wyjasnie dlaczego to pierdolenie gorsze niż z ambony w niedziele >>14169 Chuja prawda >jedni chodzą bo modnie, pochodzą 2 tygodnie i sie znudzą, a druga grupa to seby i oskarki co mają ból dupy, bo siłownia to ich sens życia typowe zerojedynkowe myslenie zamulacza komputerowego, to, że tobie się nie chciało chodzić dłużej niż 2 tygodnie boś knur lewniwy to nie znaczy, że każdy ma tak samo. >(złoty środek istnieje, ale to chyba mniejszość) nie wiem gdzie ty mieszkasz inb4 W TCZEWIE TO MACIE... ale prawie KAŻDY przystojny,młody i dbający o siebie chłopak którego znam odwiedza czasami (chociaż raz w tygodniu) siłownie i nie robi z tego swojego całego życia. Typy dla których siłownia jest pasją to mniejszość i nikt kto nie jest patusem iq 70 nie ma o ten film bólu dupy bo to czyste pierdolenie bzdur xD jedyne o co można mieć ból dupy to o to, że ten katus jeszcze kurwa żyje i robi swoje programy xD >yy ten mienśień, po co komu TEN MIENSIEN PROSZE PANSTWA >triceps >który ma wielką rolę w wstawaniu, przenoszeniu, podnoszeniu, przeciąganiu, odpychaniu, zginaniu rąk blablabla >hmm no po co komu ten miensień... no japrdl...
>>14178 nie uważam, że cejrowski ma rację w tym co mówi o teorii ewolucji, wręcz przeciwnie - zauważam, że podobnie jak ty wypowiada się on na jej temat w powierzchowny, debilny sposób, nie mając o niej prawie żadnej wiedzy, a przy tym wylewa się z niego pogarda dla innych i poczucie wyższości
>to, że tego typu pierdolenie o rzeczach o których się nie ma pojęcia jest TYPOWE, a wręcz jest częścią prawicy. Ogólnie jak ktoś mówi, że ma prawicowe poglądy to nie potrafie traktować go poważnie.
co to jest prawica i lewica według ciebie? prawica w sensie młodzież wszechpolska i mohery, a lewica jaracze zioła i imprezowicze? xD
>>14180 no i co konkretnie w tej definicji tłumaczy czemu "pierdolenie o rzeczach o których się nie ma pojęcia jest TYPOWE, a wręcz jest częścią prawicy. Ogólnie jak ktoś mówi, że ma prawicowe poglądy to nie potrafie traktować go poważnie."
>>14178 >to coś >skinnyfat bambo groźba, zwykły suchoklates wyglądający niezbyt dobrze przez słabe proporcje gdyby był tym słynnym zaczynającym się na literę C a kończącym na D to nawet bez uczęszczania na siłownie by wyglądał dobrze przynajmniej w ubraniu
it's not SHIT it's just been steadily declining in quality for an extended period of time and Hinami was okay, in fact I think the author might have even forgot she got hurt because she got hurt again but then she got saved
I have to have to use soft ones because I was circumcised by Jew lovers. harder ones are uncomfortable right before the orgasm and I have to slow down my thrusts or stop moving stirring ejaculation, unlike with soft ones.
Am thinking of buying one of these bargain ones next because I always wanted to get into the Pussy of the gothic catgirl cosplayer from Oreimo. Japan might have thousands of models of onaholes, many modeled on porn star pussies or of cheap material that makes up for it by marketing with the latest anime character on the box.
I even saw some sensors you can put under a dakimakura pillow at the nipples, pussy, etc, and then when you touch the sensors 500 pre recorded moans come out. Coupled with the woman scent product, and the silicon sex dolls, and vibrating pussies, Japs are close to recreating a passable artifical pussies, that surpasses the real thing. Once we can have as much sex as we want without having to argue with women, MGTOW will be the norm as we become a society of independent ubermenschs. And eventually we will bestow the dolls with AI that's smarter and more fun than a woman, (which should be easier to do than making it smarter than a man.)
Early today, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standards body publicly announced its intention to publish Encrypted Media Extensions (EME)—a DRM standard for web video—with no safeguards whatsoever for accessibility, security research or competition, despite an unprecedented internal controversy among its staff and members over this issue.
EME is a standardized way for web video platforms to control users' browsers, so that we can only watch the videos under rules they set. This kind of technology, commonly called Digital Rights Management (DRM), is backed up by laws like the United States DMCA Section 1201 (most other countries also have laws like this).
Under these laws, people who bypass DRM to do legal things (like investigate code defects that create dangerous security vulnerabilities) can face civil and criminal penalties. Practically speaking, bypassing DRM isn't hard (Google's version of DRM was broken for six years before anyone noticed), but that doesn't matter. Even low-quality DRM gets the copyright owner the extremely profitable right to stop their customers and competitors from using their products except in the ways that the rightsholder specifies.
EFF objects to DRM: it's a bad idea to make technology that treats the owner of a computer as an adversary to be controlled, and DRM wrecks the fairness of the copyright bargain by preventing you from exercising the rights the law gives you when you lawfully acquire a copyrighted work (like the rights to make fair uses like remix or repair, or to resell or lend your copy).
On March 12, the final vote for publishing EME closed, and members ranging from the German National Library to the UK Royal National Institute for Blind People to the cryptocurrency startup Ethereum, to Brave, a new entrant to the browser market -- along with dozens more—rejected the idea of publishing EME without some protections for these equities (the numbers in the vote are confidential by W3C's own membership requirements, but all the members mentioned here have given permission to have their votes revealed.)
It was the most controversial vote in W3C history. As weeks and then months stretched out without a decision, another W3C member, the Center for Democracy and Technology, proposed a very, very narrow version of the covenant, one that would only protect security researchers who revealed accidental or deliberate leaks of data marked as private and sensitive by EME. Netflix's representative dismissed the idea out of hand, and then the W3C's CEO effectively killed the proposal.
>>1900 We disagree. Even by the W3C's own measures, EME represents no improvement upon a non-standards approach, and in some important ways, the W3C's DRM is worse than an ad-hoc, industry approach.
At root is the way that DRM interacts with the law. Take security: the W3C's specification says that users' computers should be protected from privacy-invading activities by DRM vendors, but without a covenant, it's impossible to check whether this is happening. Recall that Netflix, one of the principal advocates for DRM at W3C, categorically rejected the narrowest of covenants, one that would protect solely the activity of revealing DRM flaws that compromised user privacy.
On the question of accessibility, the W3C has simply ignored the substantial formal and informal objections raised by its members, including members with deep expertise in accessibility, such as Vision Australia, Media Access Australia, Benetech, and the RNIB. These organizations pointed out that having a place for assistive data was nice, but to make video accessible, it was necessary to use computers to generate that data.
At EFF, we've spent decades defending people engaged in legitimate activities that companies or governments disliked: researchers who go public with defects in products whose users are blithely unaware of them; new entrants to monopolized markets who offer better products with features the cozy old guard don't like; public spirited archivists and accessibility workers who want to preserve digital culture and make sure everyone gets to use it.
We're dismayed to see the W3C literally overrule the concerns of its public interest members, security experts, accessibility members and innovative startup members, putting the institution's thumb on the scales for the large incumbents that dominate the web, ensuring that dominance lasts forever.
This will break people, companies, and projects, and it will be technologists and their lawyers, including the EFF, who will be the ones who'll have to pick up the pieces. We've seen what happens when people and small startups face the wrath of giant corporations whose ire they've aroused. We've seen those people bankrupted, jailed, and personally destroyed.
That's why we fought so hard at the W3C, and it's why we're fighting so hard to fix laws like Section 1201 of the DMCA. We've been suing the US government over the constitutionality of DMCA 1201; in the coming months, we'll be back at the US Copyright Office, arguing to maintain and extend the exemptions to 1201 we won in 2015.
As for the W3C... we're working on it. There is an appeals process for Tim Berners-Lee's decisions at the W3C, which has never been successfully triggered. The entire project of designing technology to control web users, rather than empowering them, has taken the W3C into uncharted waters, and this is the most unfamiliar of them all. We're looking into this, counting noses, and assessing our options. We'll keep you informed.
I'll be seeing y'all on P2P someday. Get an older OS and computer and make sure you have backups of your OS, software and media. We'll be sharing vids, music and more the old fashion way when these asshole sell-outs ruin the internet experience for everyone. The only way to go will be physically backing shit up offline and sharing copies of those files over P2P or Bit torrent.
DRM will effect mostly videos and music, but it will soon impact documents and software as well so be prepared in advance. I already see complains how Windows 10 (botnet) has blocked people from playing media offline (because Microsoft mandates DRM on their computers to spy on all your activity). Fuck all that shit! I'm sticking to older OS and older computers! Backup and share everything you can!
>>11291 >uh oh the big brother sees you oooh very scary so, what are you gonna suggest us to do?
how does one protect xis/xir privacy irl?
>face masks ineffective, attracts cops attention
>changing clothes cameras recognize your posture and pace, try changeing them too
>privacy laws first try to convince people that terrorism and high crime do not correlate with surveillance scale, people will devour your for safety of poor children and their miserable lives
>>11293 >shitty botnet OS allows proprietary apps read it's power consumption state without notifying user >while NSA can snoop your puter's AES keys from powerline with smart meters >has anything to do with GNU/Linux
>>11254 >normies == starbucks hipsters from manhattan do you understand, that minority is not the norm?
most normies who happen to use Intel-based computers either have gaymer prebuilts or laptops from bestbuy
>>10680 >I only hang around end/kc/ and ernstchan because I prefet post quality over quantity >quality over quantity I can imagine.
>That is dumb because it might affect the surrounding ecosystem It's just hemp which is grown even in Scandinavia for centuries. Or millennias. >in the actual nature, not inside on specific growing complex. I don't remember the specifics.
>I don't post to kc nor 8/kc It was a year ago or so. I would bet it was on 8/kc but I didn't paint Finland on the map for some reason so maybe it was on KC and then it was 2 years ago... Now I'm wondering when Slovenia appeared first or regularly. Never mind. When I read your posts and now I'm assuming you're the Finn who writes here time to times but then who is he >>10567 ? the first thing comes to my mind is: >smoke weed erry day, 420, blaze it Nevertheless I'll think this >>10675 through.
>I think weed or drugs in general is stupid hedonistic thing to do.
>>10680 >"winners don't do drugs". I smoked weed almost everyday for six years but stopped recently for about a month now. I don't feel like a winner. Maybe that will come a little later. I just don't have as much to look forward to in my day.
I don't know how growing pot in the woods would really be bad for the environment. I don't think it really is competitive. Not sure how your local authorities view it though so maybe you'd get in trouble. Hemp food products are supposedly good for you. They don't get you high. I think you'd have to cultivate a lot though. I heard part of the reason it became illegal in the US was due to the logging and publishing industry that would have dropped prices dramatically if hemp was adopted for paper products.
>>10681 Oh boy. Well, lets see if it affects the surrounding ecosystem by anyway. It can be dangerous to let plants do whatever they want. >>10687 >It was a year ago or so >then it was 2 years ago Hmm, I'm not too sure but I might have seen pictures about it on ylilauta and this issue also have been on the news as well. Very vague picture but of course, it was bound to happen when you can order seeds with no problems at all. >who is he >>10567 I suppose there is at least 2 different Finn poster or more. >Then I can recommend radishes. Huh? Is there something particularly different on this plant? On wikipedia, it is said to be good crop to have because its chemicals repel pests. And it also is said to be healthy on finnish side of wikipedia. >>10688 Weed can be cool for the first few times because it brings a rush for doing something that is "wrong". I'll assume that it will be same as with alcohol and sex. If you do it daily or often, it will lose it's interest and all you end up with is a addiction and a impulsive acts aftermath. >I heard part of the reason it became illegal in the US was due to the logging and publishing industry that would have dropped prices dramatically if hemp was adopted for paper products. Money talks.
>>10691 >Is there something particularly different on this plant? Definitely. I posted my radishes here before some Arschloch flushed the whole board with spam. That particular thread started with a weed post by a Germball but he said we can post gardening stuff too so I did. DUDE RADISHES LMAO GRAZE IT! Anyway they're healthy and tasty.
>>10688 >Hemp food products are supposedly good for you. Yeah, hemp is the rare plant that has all the essential proteins and yeah it's used for protein powder for this reason.
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Northern European surname + Mediterranean physiognomy = Jewish
In addition to being Jewish, Abby Martin is also either a CIA agent or an SVR agent (it's impossible to tell the difference between the two, because they use the exact same verbatim talking points and political rhetoric).
And Alex Jones blatantly lied and said that his new prostitute wife isn't Jewish last week when he was asked the question point blank on his radio show by U.S. Dept. of Defense intelligence contractor Aaron Fitzgerald Wilson.
You cannot trust CIA officers and agents. They are professional actors and lie compulsively. Lying is the most important part of their professional duties.
>>56511 Italians may have northern European surnames and Mediterranean physiognomy. That does not =/= jewish. I've been to New York. Jewish women are very obvious. You can hear a jewess's car-alarm obnoxious tone a mile away. Unless you're saying all Italians are jews, then your claim would be equally full of shit. As for your opinion that she's CIA or SVR, but you "can't tell which", she wouldn't be revealing all the evils Israelis bring upon Palestinians if she was. The bitch is still dumb and indoctrinated, but "everybody's an agent" according to the majority on this board. Yet none of you can prove it.
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I think this game is buggy. When attacking with ranged weapons and spells with over 70% (i.e. 85-90%) the hit rate seems low, like one hit from every three attacks low. My perception might be biased but I'm not experiencing this in melee. Also I'm not fond of the leveling system. The player has to put points on skills/talents/abilities/whatnot without actually gaining any bonus until it reaches enough levels.
>>10673 Ok I haven't played this game for a while but maybe I could explain. zthere is in-game mechanic description somewhere, so look it up later because I might made some mistakes.
When a character makes a test for something, the game will roll d20. I don't remember how much you need to roll to pass the test, but the result is modified by your skill level. You might not notice it, because difference between two levels is only 5% but it does have sense. And then you get additional bonus to something for every 4th level of skill.
Now I remember that for spells you need to pass 3 tests. You will notice that every spell have 3 main attributes mentioned in description (like charisma, wits, strength etc). Those are tests you need to pass. You pass them if you roll lower then attribute. And spell level will be used to modify rolls to help you pass them. Additionally every 4th level of spell unlocks new tier of this spell. Me and other people complained about that missing high percentage shots too. I have theory that it's like this: you have 2 attributes high which you pass easily when tested, and one low which you fail a lot. Computer fucks up calculating it as something with 80% to hit chance while you can miss the spell very easily by failing just one test.
With melee it's probably much easier, because iirc it's just your attack vs enemy's defence.
Also I wasn't happy with that GUI as well. Hopefully other aspects of the game will make up for your inconvenience.
>>10692 I noticed that leveling up stuff makes difference even if it's undocumented in the descriptions. >every 4th level Every 8. At least the descriptions say so. I will look into that high percentage shots if my chars have the necessary attributes. I created an archer for starter and I saw that ranged skill depends on 3 attributes, 2 of them adds to other stuff so I bumped them to 14 and left the third one at 8 (I think it's Dexterity) because it's only needed for ranged. Might be this is the problem. From now on I'll spend on that too.
>Hopefully other aspects of the game will make up for your inconvenience. Oh yes. It's quite humorous and has curiosities all over the place. Somewhat addictive too, if I fail a battle it nags me to try it again and again until I exhausted every possibilities or won, so I have to keep myself in check and not to spend to much time on it.