Regarding Astolfo, I was looking for English translations of the various things relate to him but unfortunately the Matter of France seems to be relatively untranslated for what it is. I can find some of the stories but not all and it also seems that most of the matter of France is translated but into German or even Spanish, not English. I just thought it was strange, it's probably not surprising that google would come up with images of anime Astolfo when the matter of France is so neglected in the English speaking world.
>>34140 You know how it goes. "We don't censor anything we just don't make things accessible we don't want people to read." Not that Frenchies wouldn't be great in polishing their own ego, but there is a tendency from Anglo side to just keep quiet about the rivals. And right now I'm in similar shoes with Hardouin, he must have wrote great truths if no translations are made into widely known languages (=English) despite all the degeneracy is easily accessible.
The year is 1883. Karl Marx had just faked his own death, and escaped to Russia, where he met a young Vladimir Lenin in St. Petersburg, who was inspired by his work. He instructed him to overthrow the Romanov family and wanted a north pole Gulag as a reward. So he along with Leon Trotsky and Joseph Stalin had overthrown the Romanovs, killed them, and had established the USSR, beginning construction of Marx's Gulag, and sent political prisoners to the camp. These people were short and starved, and had pointy ears, and were insultingly called "elves" by Marx, and were all making these toys to be distributed every Christmas. Marx disguised himself as Nicholas of Myra, and using the intelligence service that later became the KGB, he spied on all capitalists and dissidents in Russia and neighbouring countries. In particular, he engaged in a massive piracy in the 1950s above to destroy capitalist industries, now toys were given out by Santa Claus instead of by the toy companies. After spying on every Christian house in the western world, he would break in in his sleigh, eat the food of his victims, and leave suspiscious gifts below the tree. Eventually people will stop believing in him and thus not think much of him as a threat, leading them to later on even become atheists, and communists. Exactly going by the plan. Santa wears red because of communism. There's a star above the Christmas pine tree to represent the star of communism. Santa is Marx, and he's still alive. Why? Because only the good die young. How do we stop him? Poison your milk and cookies, try shooting him in the middle of the night, more riskier we can try tracking down his gulag and then assassinating him there.
Fun-fact, not only is John Lennon still alive, he's actually Lenin's son. His birth name was Ivan Lenin, and he was a KGB agent. He changed his name to "John Lennon" in trying to introduce psyops into the west alongside Tavistock.
>>33836 You know Marx had written about something incredibly similar to what the USSR ended up being - and denounced it? Just saying because I've got a hard time suspending my disbelief.
>Barracks communism (German: Kasernenkommunismus) is the term coined by Karl Marx to refer to a crude, authoritarian, forced collectivism and communism where all aspects of life are bureaucratically regimented and communal. Marx used the expression to criticise the vision of Sergey Nechayev, outlined in "The Fundamental Principles of the Social Order of the Future". The term barracks here does not refer to military barracks, but to the workers' barracks-type primitive dormitories in which industrial workers lived in many places in the Russian Empire of the time. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barracks_communism
They seem to be a lot more European than Russians are, appearance wise. When you see footage of Ukrainian Soldier vs Russia soldiers the Russian soldiers have more Slavic features. Not all of them of course however.
Played some moar Atom RPG. I don't really have any coherent text drafted but some impressions, moments and such.
This game is depressing. It's like they extracted all the misery of the Soviet Union, ground it, added a hint mutants and monsters, then crammed it into one misery-sausage. Ofc there are funny lines and situations in there, always when you least expect. And you never expect them because the whole thing is so depressing. NPC interactions are animated nicely. Heart warming meeting of father and daughter. Then they started to gossip about me.
>>34048 No, never ever. >x-com Yes. And Incubation, that was pretty dope. And Fallout Tactics, but that's a little different, and ofc these recent Sharun games. But real tactics can picked up from the real time Close Combat series. Although suppressive fire and stuff like that don't really work in turn based (I think the interruption and "overwatch" type things are a substitution of that). Thanks for the tips. Maybe I'll restart (I am not far into the game) and generate new character (drop mechanical skill too, and maybe raise medical a bit, that doesn't seem a skill easily trainable), although I'm fine with the team I've right now so far. I use them in pairs (and the medic alone or attached to one pair) and draw fire with one pair while flank with the other, but this is just the first map... >But you always need good shooters Yeah, that is clear. If you can kill enemy guys before they can harm you, it is better than taking hits, then use a doc to heal.
While everyone remembers athens, sparta and thebes people usually forget the resident punching bag of ancient greece corinth. Corinth basically had to deal with three bigger powers than it and got fucked over.
What Bernd thinks how reliable of our knowledge on ancient Grease (and partially Rome)? As Byzantium disintegrated through the centuries, waves of Byzantine-Greek scholars fled to west, chiefly during renaissance, in fact them playing a great part as the engine of renaissance itself. They also figured out they could live quite comfortably as long as they could supply their contemporaries with ancient Greek written sources and artifacts, but material can only survive that much, so they made a lot up by themselves, well let's be blunt they forged as much shit as they could. Knowing that very little (if any) original sources remained from the antiquity, and everything is a copy of a copy of a copy, and how easy had to be to paste in whatever they wanted, basically what we know, is a renaissance fairytale. Does Bernd know works in history, art history, philosophy, etc. with the topic of the forgeries of the renaissance?
>>34075 I think before the Hellenistic period, forgeries and fakes are far more common. But by the time of Perhaps a lot of statues however (specifically from Italy, Greece and western Anatolia) are forgeries however.
>>34076 Here I found something, coincidentally(?) it is about Alexander: https://sourcebooks.fordham.edu/ancient/alexfake.asp The whole letter doesn't interest me but below there are some lines: >With a more knowledge of history of texts, the problems with the letter become even clearer. For instance, it is known that while no certainly genuine letter from Alexander survives, a number of fake letters were composed during the middle ages. So perhaps the letter above was a medieval fake (and thus an interesting document in itself)? >We know all the (purported) ancient letters of Alexander (including to Aristotle!), and the heavy odds are that none of them are genuine, but rather ancient forgeries. Ofc, neither of these two quotes talks about renaissance forgeries, but nice additions to the topic.
>>34128 It isn't. It looks like they have potatoes in their mouth. Even Mongoloids themselves know Caucasoid women are better. That's why they always depict Asian men trying to get white women in their shows/literature/cartoons/etc.
>>34130 It is. Flat nose, backward forehead and shallow chin what are unattractive in real Mongoloids. But you wrote Mongoloid-looking, which in Europids usually shows in two features: almond eyes and strong cheekbones.
>>34133 Well, de gustibus non est disputandum. Or something like it. I also don't understand why gingers are so low. Tho on that field (hair and eye color) I'm a whatever works type of guy, there are very nice brown eyes and repulsive blues out there. If grill isn't gypsy, she's fine with me.
>>34134 First of all I'm probably going to breed out their ginger hair since I'm not a ginger. Second, it just looks really wrong, like they just have spaghetti coming out of their hair (same thing applies to some blondes).
>>34071 Well I just paraphrased Medvedev from the article: >entire balance of power, the power of the executive, the power of the legislature, the power of the judiciary,” Medvedev explained. >“In this context, it is obvious that, as the government, we must provide the president with a capability to make all decisions,” So the stepped down to provide Putin the capability and don't stand in his way. >Government and even parliament in Russia is nothing, they do what Kremlin want That it is not true. For example when Putin was PM in 2008-2012 the government was the most important body.
I liek how the term of presidency was extended from four years to six during Medvedev's presidency but not for Medvedev, only for whoever followed his term. ie. for Putin.
Poland is bad again. They don't celebrate the anniversary of getting shackles instead of chains. The brotherly Soviet Union made a favour by bringing the peace and freedom of black pobjedas, tokarevs, gulags and five year plans to them. And this is the gratitude. https://www.rt.com/op-ed/478448-patriotism-poland-negligence-wwii/ And they make an (Seriban-) American to write this article. I'm gonna shit meself. And there are westerners who eat this up?
>>34111 Ok. I managed to read them (I think in my usual browsers I stop the scripts which should load them). >Dražen Grašovec This absolutely not Serbian kremlinbot gentlemen also finds Croatian nationalism very problematic.
As I promised I'll write about this book. It's quite lengthy but you'll reach the end if you read at your own pace. Most of the book isn't dense for me, an economic layman, with the exception of the parts about trade, which left me confused. I'll write what I manage to understand. The author wrote it to argue in historiographical debates and make some points, but I read it just to add to my historical knowledge.
I'll write in sections, at most one a day so Bernd doesn't get overwhelmed, and will try to make the sections more thematic rather than just a sythesis of each chapter, as Hitler himself suggests in Mein Kampf for how one should mentally organize knowledge. I want to write about:
-Trade and controls of foreign currency and raw materials -Budgets and revenue -Agrarianism -Businessmen and workers -Consumer goods -The fate of different industries -Rearmament -General progression from 1933 to 1939
If I give up on writing I hope at least to cover the prewar period. I also hope to write on: -Armaments priorities until 1940
>>34053 >>34086 I'm not sure about the weight of the Hungarian Jewry. Historians here (or journalists, or anyone really) rely on the works of Randolph Braham (he has a bunch, I only managed to acquire one), and they say concisely that ~440 000 Jews were deported to Auschwitz and killed with very little exception. There's nothing about how many were gassed on arrival, how many were directed to work (if any), or whatever. Basically they give the impression that while the German authorities give the rational to the Hungarian authorities that this is workforce transfer, it was just an empty lie and were transported to simply liquidate them. I haven't read the Braham book I get, but judging from the contents he probably writes little to nothing what the Hungarian Jews in Auschwitz did during their stay (or how long an individual lived on average or how long could work or such). So if we say this is all true, then we have to suppose, not many of the Jews were available for work, and they did their share for a short time. Knowing they weren't fit or skilled in hard physical labour and armament manufacturing, they weren't the best at this job, their products should lack both in quantity and quality.
On the sidenote: I think Germany had the best interest to "recruit" all the usable workforce she could, I believe the Jews were transported there to work (tho they didn't care too much about their well being). But then I really don't think that those heartbreaking little stories are true what survivors tell: >I was just a little child and we were deported to Auschwitz and on arrival we were round up and selected out and my parents were sent straight into the gas chamber Why the fuck would they kill potential workers in their prime(in their 20s-30s!) while they left the useless children alive? It just doesn't add up. I know many things don't.
>>34107 This is what the book has to say: To ensure that it played its part in the defence against the Red Army, Hungary was militarily occupied by the Wehrmacht on 19 March 1944. Within weeks, the possibility of employing hundreds of thousands or Hungarian Jews for war work was being excitedly discussed in the Fuehrer headquarters. The first priority for the allocation of Jewish labour were Kammler's gigantic underground building sites, but given the emergency facing the Luftwaffe the possibility of employing Jews in aircraft factories was no longer ruled out. Eichmann began the deportation of Hungarian Jewry, at the rate of 12,000-14,000 per day, in mid-May. According to the familiar principle of 'Selektion', the majority would be gassed. However, at least a third were expected to be suitable for forced labour in the Reich. Auschwitz was to serve as the 'collecting camp' for the incoming transports. Those chosen for work were to be allocated directly to Sauckel, the Todt construction organization, or other high-priority employers, such as the Jaegerstab. It is estimated that of the 509,000 Jews eventually deported from Hungary, more than 120,000 survived the war as forced labourers. In the Jaegerstab, the employment of Hungarian Jews was discussed first on 26 May 1944, the first meeting attended by the rejuvenated Albert Speer. The Jaegerstab was anxious to know what number of Jews they could expect and heard a report from an official who was clearly in regular contact with Auschwitz. With Eichmann's transport operation eleven days old, the news from the camp was not good. From the first arrivals, the Armaments Ministry had been offered only 'children, women, and old men with whom very little can be done'. The best male labour, it seems, was being retained in Hungary, digging tank traps for the Wehrmacht. The minute concluded laconically that: 'Unless the next transports bring men of an age fit for work, the whole action will not have much success.' At this stage in the war nobody can really have been in any doubt about the fate of those Jews who were not considered fit for employment. But that did not concern Speer or the Jaegerstab. A month later the flow of human material was improving and the Jaegerstab was pleased to learn that Auschwitz was now ready to make good on its promises. In particular, the SS were hoping to deliver '13,000 Hungarian Jewesses in batches of 500. Thus the smaller firms, too, will be in a position to employ these concentration camp Jewesses better. (p. 630-631)
The notes for this are 24 to 28: ''24 C. Gerlach and G. Aly, Das letzte Kapitel: Der Mord an den ungarischen Juden (Stuttgart, 2002), 163-71.'' 25 Eichholtz, III. 239. 26 Orth gives the somewhat different figures of 458,000 deportations to Auschwitz from Hungary and 350,000 gassings. See Orth, Das System, 256-7. 27 Milch Case, II. 555. Jaegerstab conference, 26 May 1944, NOKW-336. 28 Milch Case II. 557-8, Jaegerstab conference, 27 June 1944, NOKW-359. This same group is also referred to in the Speer Chronik though they are not identified as Jews, see BAL R3/1739, June 1944, 137.
The conclusion also mentions that ''In the summer of 1944, Speer and the Jaegerstab maintained a telephone hotline to the ramp at Auschwitz'' (p.671)
>what the Hungarian Jews in Auschwitz did during their stay The chemical industry had a lot of work in Auschwitz itself. It still does, the Soviets took away the most advanced instruments but the Poles put it to good use and today it's one of Europe's foremost suppliers of synthetic rubber. There's no mention of the Hungarian deportees working there in the book, though. >I think Germany had the best interest to "recruit" all the usable workforce she could That's what it eventually realized after a lot of initial wastage, though the success of economic integration varied: Himmler's workers couldn't be assimilated as well as Sauckel's. But at the same time with scarce food populations were a liability. So the synthesis which took years to achieve was to conserve the useful working population but not the rest.
>>34112 What I can find say something like this (with variations in the tens of thousands): By 1941 there were ¬750K Jews on the Hungary. 60K were lost prior to '44. Most notably the 2nd Hungarian army had 42K Jews as forced laborer (well they would have been conscripted soldiers but they weren't allowed to have weapons, they served as workers in the army), ~35K of them died, disappeared or fallen as POWs at Voronezh (they fought against the Red Army as they could too). These were men in their prime, so as a labour it was great loss. 440K deported to Auschwitz, very few of them returned (no numbers given, not even guesses, they are treated as closed cases) 250K weren't deported, most of them survived, ~50K were sent to the Reich during early '45, few thousand(?) of them were killed during these "Death Marches". Few thousand(?) were also shot into the Danube during 44-45 winter.
The deportation was went on from 44 May to July, when governor Horthy stopped it. They say there were escaped Jews who returned and they told that the "labourers" were killed in gas chambers, and lo Horthy could see the Germans lied. However it was, the transports were stopped, it wasn't hard since Eichmann had liek 200 man, and most of the deportation was done by Hungarian gendarmerie.
It's not easy for me getting a Hungarian history book about the holocaust - which should discuss the question of the deported and their fate in details - the most popular torrent site where I can get warezed Hungarian ebooks doesn't seem to have books about the holocaust. Very redpilled.
I saw some Mexican asking for gulyás recipe on Kohl and because I don't really want to start posting there beside the World Cup I decided to reupload the gulyás cooking as the other thread is "File not found" as well. So here's with original text.
Cooking with Bernd: gulyás
I was planning to post a good gulyás cooking since day one but somehow the occasion eluded me until now. I know a Hungarobernd did this on KC main but it was regular "cooking in the kitchen" type of thread and not "over open fire in bogrács" (traditional Hungarian pot). I couldn't do this live for technical reasons but it will be fine this way too.
Pic #1 Ingredients: meat (little bit over half a kilo, it's pork, not beef), taters (by volume I used about the double of the meat dunno their weight), onions, tomato, paprikas, black pepper in the mill, dried ground paprika in the jar with the red lid, salt in the middle, and the white wax paper on the right covers the salo (fatback). You can also see my Mora for cutting needs and a bearly visible peace from a wooden spoon behind the meat and the potato, the masterpiece of my carving art, used for stir the food in the bogrács. The taters are leftovers from winter, wizened but fine for our purpose. Some of the onions and the paprikas are also leftovers I utilized.
Pic #2 The initial setup. Two quarter logs at the sides and a nest in the middle for the fire itself also aligned toward the usual main direction of the wind. The rocks are there for a little draft control. Tripod to hang the bogrács.
Pic #3 Lighted a handful of dry grass, placed in the middle of the nest, then a large handful of dry twigs above, and sticks across the log above all. As these sticks burn in the middle they broke after a while and fall into the nest. The heat from the nest lights up the inside faces of the logs. The heat is very concentrated toward the nest. The cooking is going above the nest, and it really doesn't need much flames. The smoldering logs pumping up lotsa heat, only some sticks are needed to be placed inside the nest time to times. Also when a log burns through, a new can be placed there. I had several prepared.
>>33972 Well, it's out of your door... >1st pic Is that ancient Slavic castle with mammoths and spaceships?
>>33973 >Pushkin I see library is available for everyone from all social classes. Literature is important. And they serve refreshments there too...
>>33974 Could be worse. But the contrast between the decoration and the building and the general commieblock and socreal buildings makes it absurd. >woman with kid in barrel That's Diogene with the little Diogenes.
This week I decided one afternoon to visit a nearby village. "Nearby" in relative terms because it took me three whole hours just to walk there. Not much to see on most of the way, just the city's welcome sign, buildings becoming sparser, lampposts coming to an end and roadside farmhouses giving way to houses in the middle of the valley which disappear as the valley narrows down until there's just the asphalt with forested hills on both sides. Then a right turn and an altitude drop with the landscape widening letting me see far away into my target and beyond, but it still takes a while to get there. Upon arrival there's not much, just a church, a school, a tiny clothing store and a few homes. One of them houses my high school English teacher. She wasn't at home but I got to refill my flask there. On the way back I got to feel the delightful summer sunset. Right at the beginning, because I set out fairly late in the afternoon. I then had to leg a couple hours in a pitch black highway. It was worse in the more remote section as the trees didn't let even the Moon and stars light the path, all I had for reference were car lights, but later I could see the city's red glare in the clouds and there was light from houses. Barking dogs were a nuisance but at least homeowners beside the highway leave their gates closed. I tried to save time by running and found the new soles I bought for my boots don't fit well and run towards the finger end when under rapid movement. The last section between the city entrance and home felt like forever. By the end my feet felt like a wreck. I had just spent six full hours walking almost nonstop, I didn't sit down even in my destination. It was definitively worth it.
>These millimeter-wide "xenobots" can move toward a target, perhaps pick up a payload (like a medicine that needs to be carried to a specific place inside a patient) -- and heal themselves after being cut.
>"These are novel living machines," says Joshua Bongard, a computer scientist and robotics expert at the University of Vermont who co-led the new research. "They're neither a traditional robot nor a known species of animal. It's a new class of artifact: a living, programmable organism."
The concept is nothing particularly new, the problem is whether they can actually do anything, which basically they can't yet. Still pretty cool though, much safer to turn into a weapon than a cell that reproduces.
Imagine shaking someones' hand and watching them turn to dust.
Erdogan has met Putin and ironed out the partition of northeastern Syria. He gets to keep everything he conquered and the rest stays with Assad. YPG retreats from a 30km strip along the border, leaving the bulk of Kurdish-populated areas. Russo-Turkish patrols guard the safe zone. The deal shows two things: By inviting Assad the SDF have completely relinquished their sovereignty. This was why they were so relutanct to receive aid during Olive Branch. As long as Erdogan maintains good relations with Assad and Putin, YPG will no longer bother him. If, however, relations sour then he can even expect a repeat of the 90s, when Hafez sheltered Ocalan and allowed PKK to use Syria as its base of operations. The deal was discussed with Putin, not Assad. It's also clear who calls the shots.
For locals conquered by Peace Spring, the problem is not Turkey itself but its Syrian rebel puppets, who are thugs and mistreat the population, as has already been the case in Afrin. For the war as a whole, peace is now closer. Once Idlib is sorted out, a simple deal with Turkey can grant Assad the whole country except for al-Tanf.
>>33896 >What happened with the Ukro airplane over Iran? Trump said, sic, "it was flying over pretty rough neighborhood", so I'll believe him.
In NWO we don't do silly things like declare wars (=asking for it), we just know that some states are run by democrats (Detroit, Iran, all these kinds of antifa-terrorist-etc enclaves), and those kinds of rough neighborhoods may result in planes getting shot down.
>>33921 >it is strange >there is a route where many planes fly every day. Air defense crew always see this on radar, Also it was on outbound course from Iron to Ukraine, and not inbound: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-iran-crash/iran-to-probe-black-boxes-after-missile-blamed-for-plane-crash-idUSKBN1Z9250 Funny line: >Ukraine is looking at various possible causes of the crash, including an attack by a Russian-made missile Putin personally shot down the airplane. More fun: >Tehran said earlier that it may ask Russia, Canada, France or Ukraine for help in a probe that could take one or two years to complete. Iran might wanna manipulate data if really they downed it. France might wanna manipulate data if the engine was faulty. Ukraine might wanna manipulate data to blame Russia for the missiles. Russia might wanna manipulate data to cover up their fault due missiles. Canada... well Trudeau blames Iran, saying they downed the craft, but do they have any motivation for data tampering?
Hej, kiedyś spotkałem się z taką dziewczyna z internetu i ogólnie ona była taka zabawna i lubiliśmy sobie smieszkować i na spotkaniu wyciągłem penisa mówiąc - stój bo strzelaj, ręce do góry majtki w dół - ale nie zrozumiała żartu i uciekła
I am considering faking my own death and disappearing from the human world,becoming either a travelling homeless or a "Nature man"in some forest. I know this is no easy task,it will take around one year to prepare,but im willing to go trough with it. so,give me advice and tips.
You probably don't need to steal a corps, fake it's teeth, arranging a fiery carcrash at the bottom of a cliff. You need to vanish and leave behind some hints for the authorities enough to make them think you're probably dead. Maybe hinting you drowned in a river would be easy, especially if it's fast. Just leave clothes and papers on the bank as if you were went swimming. Maybe some stuff as if you had an outing or something.
>>34091 It will take more than a year of preparation, you need to know how to survive in each separate season. Even if you grow your own food, you are still dependent on what grows and where you can find food.
Ray Mears >>34097 is solid, also Mors Kochanski (RIP in peace sweet prince), I think both should have at least one book on libgen.
The chief problem is, that some level of material wealth is needed to do this - even if you try to rely solely on yourself (which would be extremely hard) - since when you start out you need at least some necessary equipment (clothing, tools, shelter, seeds, etc.), but maybe also for land to buy (which would cost a lot, maybe Russia has some incentive: buy land in the middle of Siberia for 1 dolla). To keep yourself alive, so a bad harvest or a failed trapping season won't kill you during winter you also need some income or backup money to buy foodstuff, unless you want to go the Hermit way of stealing and thievery.
A skinhead walks into a bar and notices all but one of those present are white. Approaching the counter, he raises his finger and voice and says: -I'll pay a free drink for everyone here... except that nigger on the corner! Everyone cheers. The nigger bursts into laughter. The next day he finds the same people. As soon as he closes the door he says again: -I'll pay a free drink for everyone but that nigger! The drunkards cheer. The nigger laughs even harder than the day before. -Why are you laughing?!? You don't get a drink! -I own this bar.*
I'm a master of dark humor. In fact, my humor is so dark it picks sugarcane.
Want to hear a heavy, dirty joke? The elephant fell on the mud pit.
I understand what you mean. Certainly,meaning of this movie is probably current situation of Mexican Mafia, drug, and prostitution …etc. But, sorry a little bit boring for me. It doesn’t have to remind it in the movie.
The previous thread is at 499 posts, on the brink of autosage. So I open up a new one, because I have a thing to discuss as well with Bernd. But first thing first.
Finally I wanna watch these in their entirety, a series of Japanese films from the 70s The Yakuza Papers or Battles Without Honor And Humanity - which is also the title of the very first one. I think the first five (what I'm planning on consuming) cover one full story, based on an OG yak's memoirs, published in a newspaper first. Then they made another three in the 70s, all standalone, and three more, two of them in this millennia. They are in a certain subgenre of yakuza movies, which were fresh breeze at that time with their more realistic narrative and breakup with the "honorable samurai" romanticism of the previous era. They are also filmed in a documentary style, with handheld shaky cameras, and sometimes they even timestamp certain events as the movie plays - as far as I can tell based on the first one which I seen (but will rewatch).
This I done in the weekend basically. As movies are okay, as horror... are they horror? Wasn't scary or tense as I wrote. Was quite a few jumpscares - which is the cheapest and most overused tool of the horror genre - but they all were places where expected so even those didn't have any edge. I don't understand one little detail tho. Why this supernatural evil being is called Information Technology?
>>34058 Iremember seeing the miniseries as a kid and scared the utter fucking crap out of me. Although, The BFG, an actual kids film, gave me nightmares for years with the thought of giants taking children through windows and eating them.
>>34069 Hmm. I saw some of that not sure when and was scared I kinda remember, but I was too young as well for that. I read the books later, when I was about 20, it was intense, a very good read. I consumed much Stephen King and I think that is his most scary book, maybe the one actually scary. Few years after I watched that "miniseries". I fell asleep during part I, and laughed on part II. It felt boring and lame. In general the "tragedy" of King, that his works are rarely adapted adequately on screen - I think The Green Mile turned out well - not movies, not shows couldn't capture anything what's in the books. They are all boring with bad acting and cheap effects.
There was no Kohlzine on October because Casey was hidden. But now we are back, even more autistic than ever and featuring some illustrations by Russian bernd.
We are waiting for your OC and text (any content, really) submissions on our mail: firstname.lastname@example.org If KC doesn't die by then, lucky #13 will be our ANNIVERSARY issue, so expect lots of quality content(well it depends on your input too, kinda), KC posters, copypastas and more.
I need some help publishing, and distributing,my book. I want to first distribute it trough the deep web to coat it into an area of mystery and legend. how do I upload it to the deep web? Once that's done,I want to sell the kindle on amazon;how do I make it be seen,among so many other titles? the book will be called"the book of True Skill",and is a self-help guide promoting cold water therapy,fasting,nofap, a Regimen of excercises,among other things. it's meant to be agressive,blunt,and life-changing. im still researching and trying to interview people for it.
>the book will be called"the book of True Skill",and is a self-help guide promoting cold water therapy,fasting,nofap, a Regimen of excercises,among other things. it's meant to be agressive,blunt,and life-changing.
>>34011 >or upload it other sites, forums, imageboards on the tor network Easiest way is to find a file sharing .onion address, but if you just drop a .pdf there nobody will read it. I guess what you want is a backstory of the book circulating in the Deep Web for some time prior to official publication? Then you'd need to find some forum and distribute and discuss it there. Preferably a forum about books or your book's theme.
>>34019 >I guess what you want is a backstory of the book circulating in the Deep Web for some time prior to official publication? Then it'd be too late, since schizo bernd decided to post here beforehand