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.
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I had this hazel sapling I cut some time ago, it was 37 and over 50 mm in diameter at its thinnest and thickest ends, and was well over 2 meters long. I decided to use it for legs, cut up into three each is over 750 mms, which means it will be kinda low table, but I just want to use it as a flat-ish surface when it's needed, and a place I can put my tools when I do stuff in the garden. Maybe I can get some more hazel in the same size, but they need a year at least to dry. Btw flat-ish surface, did some cleaning up on the Y log, sawed off the ends to make it clean, and roughly smoothed the surface. I thought I give it legs first then I'm gonna pane it a little. I don't want the legs to be horizontal, but inclined a little. With the "I" part of the "Y" it's simple, but at the branches they have to be inclined in two directions. I also plan to add cross "beams" between the legs to reinforce the whole structure.
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.
>>39273 OpenMW is an engine to run Morrowind, what the player need beside is the game files - the maps, the NPCs, the items, the quests, etc. -, the engine "makes them move". OpenMW is cross platform, so peeps on Linux can run Morrow natively. It also corrects a bunch of bugs, and adds more features, like distant terrain, so it goes beyond the limitations of the original engine. Now they make it work with later Bethesda games, like the newer episodes of the TES series, Obli and Skyrim, and the Fallout franchise. All these games will be able to be played natively on Linux.
I've seen some videos - it is mostly about loading models from Skyrim. Implementing full gameplay will be pretty complex task, because Skyrim is different, and developer resources are limited. Considering how much it took to get playable Morrowind, we wouldn't see proper open Skyrim for long time.
>>39278 I'm fine with Oblivion. And F3. I read up some months ago how's the thing going or if they do anything about it, I couldn't find much information, but what was available it basically said that the problem is accessing the assets, models and shit because these games use different format for storing them. And that's about it, the rest is easy. And now they made the bsa packages available to load. I expect within the next couple of updates that the average mortal can try out running at least Oblivion. It won't be flawless but something to look for.
First thing first: That dude of the Primitive Technology channel and all his copycats have a great advantage: access to unlimited supply of bamboo. Unlimited to their objectives. That stuff is great, tuff as shit, light as feather, can be used to many purpose with little modification and not too much work.
I also read most of this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/General_Data_Protection_Regulation#Responsibility_and_accountability I think technology and it's use are running forward and lawmakers lag behind. Those who spent any time in the past two decades on the internet have a giant heap of data about them. I think Bernd posted a video about a security eggsbert, I think he works kind of a private investigator many time cooperating with officials and he said in that video anonymizing data worth nothing it can be de-anonymized with ease, and both companies and govt agencies do. Now this law was passed at 2016. This year the EU countries have to start implementing it. Who knows how long it takes until it finishes. The whole stuff is kinda vague (it can be modified when necessary tho), and I don't know for example how the EU can force a foreign company to do whatever? There are sanctions but what jurisdiction the EU has over a US based firm for example Facebook and how the EU will force the sanctions onto for example said company?
>Screen Culture Huh, they nailed the appropriate term tho. Will this age be called Screen Age? As in the video, my experience is very similar. I see many little kids growing up with phone in their hands, manipulating only that device and don't draw with crayons or making figurines with play-doh. Not many parents conscious and consistent enough to save their kids from the awaiting screen addictions.
>>39272 No, I don't. I just write about video games. And even that it's not a lot. What I can afford is basically minutes. And even on weekends there are more pressing things to do, or other stuff I'm interested in.
>>20612 >Lolifoksowym brunonkom zarządzilismy przerwę. Łukasz, jesteś wymarzonym dowodem że nasze akcje wywołują ogromny ból dupy, proszę nie zmieniaj się
jesteś jedynym policjantem który umie na tyle obsługiwać komputer żeby postować na Lolifox, więc kto jak nie ty?
>Czas na spacer, zaczerpnięcie świeżego powietrza. zgadzam się, trzeba przewietrzyć firmy i urzędy
>>39199 The Central Powers signed armistices. Were they influenced by a non-existent pandemic? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armistice_of_11_November_1918 This is a completely mainstream Wikipedia article and I see no mention of any Spanish flu that led to the armistice being signed. https://www.pri.org/stories/2019-01-02/how-spanish-flu-could-have-changed-1919s-paris-peace-talks >Wilson wasn’t the same man. He tired easily and quickly lost focus and patience. He seemed paranoid, worried about being spied upon by housemaids. He achieved some of his specific goals but was unable or unwilling to articulate a broader vision for a better world. >Back in the U.S. that fall, Wilson suffered a major stroke just as opposition to the treaty by isolationist senators gained steam. He died four years later, his vision of a strong League of Nations hampered by the absence of his own country. Based on no evidence, sounds nothing like the non-existent Spanish flu.
>>39200 It played a part in the wartime exhaustion. Just having the sniffles drops people's performance. Also it is acknowledged superinfection killed most people not the flu itself. So were they victim of the flu, or the superinfection they suffered from? They had a compromised immune system to begin with, bad hygiene and malnourishment both in the trenches and back at home tired out people which allowed infection of all kinds. The flu itself was more aggressive tho, we know from the example from countries not at war, like Spain.
>>39244 I've no idea. Picrel was the only time I read about it. In the chronicles the names of the seven tribe survived with the name of the leaders. One of them was called Tas, which also means stone/rock and is Turkic origin.
>>39245 I can say the name kyi might derive from Turkish kıyı (coast) afaik this was an ukranian speculation other than that, le brother kangz founding a city usually a myth though. There is a small chance the names are completely made up.
>>39265 >nowhere near a steppe What? >some horsebois found a city Cities are normal settlement type of steppe people - granted there are usually large distances in between. From same era as the foundation of Kiev, look up Itil or Sarkel. They even built quite elaborate fortifications. The Hun ruler Zhizhi had a capital with three rings of walls. You might wanna read up on Arkaim, a settlement with wheel-type of layout from about 4000 years ago. I have to note here the Avar "hrings" in the Carpathian basin, which were round fortifications.
The boiling meat burned itself I'm not happy of the results. Now the house smells like shit and the meat will be given to the dogs. Good thing is, when going to the meatshop to buy steaks (because the thing that was boiling got its water evaporated), my complete overboard thinking on the ruined meal allowed me to talk to a nice looking girl. But still, the meat is completely ruined. My mother was supposed to eat that. Talk here about ocurrances in your life, good, bad and memetic
>>39208 I'm obviously not there yet; but everyone that chooses to volunteer for it will simply get shown around the place, and after all that occurs we'll all make our decision about it. I didn't come across these people out of nowhere, of course.
>>39209 I'm sure a bunch of people would join. They need: 1. to know about it, you have to spread your message; 2. information what they are signing up for; 3. assurances, about the legality, also that they will be safe, and can safely return, basically that they will possess the ability to make decisions over their own fate; 4. and related to the above: a way of safe return - in case it doesn't play out as they imagined. From the top of my head. You can't do this on IBs anonymously. For example we do stuff with Bernds/anons online, make things, or play, and I would do more complex things, with more public exposure, more considerable projects (well if my time would allow...), but irl it is kinda different. For example for a meet up with a Bernd, I would plan so that I could rely on myself if necessary and return to home if something goes sideways.
>>39253 Well, I don't plan on just doing this with random people on imageboards. I've already extensively had contact with Swebernd, so I'm primarily getting him to budge. After he responds to this I'll email him all the guidelines.
Policja na imprezie ojca Tadeusza Rydzyka. "Wykonywali służbowe obowiązki"
Rząd nie widzi nic nadzwyczajnego w zaangażowaniu policji i orkiestry reprezentacyjnej Marynarki Wojennej w obchody 28. urodzin Radia Maryja. Z informacji przekazanych przez MSWiA i MON, wynika, że policja pojawiła się tam służbowo, a orkiestra grała w ramach wykonywania "statutowych zadań”.
https://wiadomosci.wp.pl/policja-na...konywali-sluzbowe-obowiazki-6492069366527617a milicyjnei kurwy przestaniesz się bac będziesz się z niei śmiać ㋛
OKO.press Po 4 latach od głośnej dymisji szefa policji Zbigniewa Maja prokuratura po cichu umorzyła śledztwo w sprawie afery, w którą miał być zamieszany. W 2016 r. Mariusz Kamiński zapewniał, że zarzuty wobec niego będą poważne i sugerował korupcję @Gruca_Radoslaw oko.press/sledztwo-ws-by… pic.twitter.com/LcmJvSngw3
https://mobile.twitter.com/oko_press/status/1293230943327707137 milicyjnei kurwy przestaniesz się bac będziesz się z niei śmiać ㋛
Michał Szymanderski-Pastryk Na pomniku Prusa zawisła tęczowa flaga. Przez 30 min pilnowała go grupa 7 funkcjonariuszy, następnie przybyło dwóch kryminalnych, żeby zebrać poszlaki. Policja wysłała 9 osób do flagi na pomniku, czego nie rozumiecie? pic.twitter.com/BgLFpPZDO1
Michał Szymanderski-Pastryk Na pomniku Prusa zawisła tęczowa flaga. Przez 30 min pilnowała go grupa 7 funkcjonariuszy, następnie przybyło dwóch kryminalnych, żeby zebrać poszlaki. Policja wysłała 9 osób do flagi na pomniku, czego nie rozumiecie? pic.twitter.com/BgLFpPZDO1
Afera w policji w Kole. "Ktoś próbuje to zamiatać pod dywan?"
Zmuszanie do wypisywania mandatów, tuszowanie spraw przy wykorzystaniu lokalnych koneksji czy wreszcie poniżanie funkcjonariuszy za brak oczekiwanych przez przełożonych efektów. To tylko niewielka część licznych nieprawidłowości, na jakie wskazują policjanci z Komendy Powiatowej Policji w wielkopolskim Kole. Według naszych rozmówców, m.in. te praktyki, trwające przynajmniej od kilku lat, miały doprowadzić do samobójczej śmierci młodego policjanta pod koniec maja. Po tym, jak mężczyzna postrzelił się w budynku komendy, ruszyło prokuratorskie śledztwo, wewnętrzną kontrolę wszczęli policjanci z KWP w Poznaniu, a psychologowie z tej jednostki przeprowadzili ankietę wśród funkcjonariuszy z Koła. Jak poinformował rzecznik wielkopolskiej policji – nie wykazała żadnych nieprawidłowości.
Policjant nie kryje radości z tego, co spotka "Margot" w więzieniu. „D… mu pęknie”
Bydgoski policjant, posługując się „fake” kontem na Facebooku, nie kryje radości z tego, co spotka Michała Sz. („Margot”) w więzieniu. Tak bardzo się zakamuflował, że… zostawił swoje zdjęcie profilowe na widoku.
>>39118 >30+ C outside I sweat, then I work, I sweat more. I enter a cooler place the sweat starts to pour down on me as if I was having a shower. What could be the reason behind this? Sounds like hypothyrodism to me.
>>39148 They say fasting a day can be healthy. I heard in the case both men and dogs.
>>39151 1. Symptoms of hypothyroidism may be vague and can often mimic other conditions. They may include: Changes in the menstrual cycle Constipation Depression Dry hair and hair loss Dry skin Fatigue Greater sensitivity to cold Slow heart rate Swelling of the thyroid gland (goiter) Unexplained weight gain or difficulty losing weight Carpal tunnel syndrome
Today we celebrate and glorify Pedro II's overthrow in a military coup 129 years ago, marking our transformation into a banana republic. The strongman who led the coup is even in every 25 cent coin. As typical, Temer spoke about the virtues and strength of liberal democracy even though the Braganza were more liberally democratic than the following regimes.
>>38457 >A vacation to remember. I bet he got infos, at least some vague ones, what's going on at home, and was anxious what's gonna happen. Kruel was less than happy when he returned. >So partially the chances of confrontation was depended on how the Zerbini's underlings followed orders? Yes, he could mount a stand against the rest of the IInd Army and give a large buffer to the legalists in Rio de Janeiro. I doubt his forces would need a northwards movement, Mourão Filho's forces on the other side of the Mantiqueira were very thin and wouldn't do anything, just the engineer battalion and the 8th police battalion in Lavras, almost halfway from the distance to their capital. Zerbini could cross the range unopposed but what would he do on the other side? He could link up with the Sergeants' School in Três Corações, with hundreds of men who refused to join the uprising, defeat whatever the other side threw against him and threaten the enemy's rear. The coupists were gathering a detachment in Belo Horizonte but would not be able to send all of it against Zerbini as they were threatened by Brasília (and Brasília, in turn, was threatened by the 16th Caçadores marching on its rear). Yet all of this would be pointless as he had to fight off the rest of the IInd Army. The reinforcements coming to his rear would have the Agulhas Negras Academy as their obstacle. On military terms they could force through but psychologically it didn't go like that.
Backtracking, still on the 31st, some stuff happened on the Santos lowland, São Paulo's outlet to the sea. Since the afternoon the vital steel factory and refinery were controlled by the striking unionists, and Kruel had ordered their takeover. However most commanders - of the 2nd Caçadores Battalion, which I missed, the air and naval bases, the 6th Motorized Coastal Artillery Group - were unwilling to act. The General in charge of the garrison was in a fort, quiet. Only the 3rd Coastal Battery's commander wanted to do something, but with his General's inaction he couldn't employ his own troops. So he grabbed one officer and the Maritime Police and broke into the refinery. The "red caps" were ready to detonate two tankers with ammonia at the entrance, but offered only verbal resistance.
According to Mourão Filho, during the final Kruel-Goulart talks the former had offered to crush the rebellion at the Rio/Minas border if his demands were satisfied, while the latter wanted to first crush it himself and then negotiate. Logically the President wanted to negotiate from a stronger position. He may have heard it from incorrect hearsay as Goulart never gave attack orders and distinctly lacked the will to fight. Explanations may be that he was more confident and planning to attack earlier on, or, more likely, that the defensive battle alone would give him the stronger hand - he had a larger and better armed force with several excellent natural defensive positions.
Once around midnight Kruel switched sides, São Paulo entered into war gear. Its vast economic power would be vital in a protracted civil war and it could within a few weeks count on fuel shipments from abroad. The war economy part was jointly coordinated by the Army, state government and productive classes (e.g. prominent industrialists). It included: -Orders for thousands of blankets and mattresses -Requisitioning of drugs, gauze and cotton -Donation of vehicles, including 90 jeeps straight off the factory -Requisitioning of fuel stocks -Radios lended to the HQ -Calling volunteers; 5 thousand enlisted The security part consisted of: -Mass arrests of leftist and unionist figures -The 4th Infantry's "Operation X", already ready days before, placing machine guns and explosives through bridges in the capital -Checkpoints and inspections of vehicles around the capital -Police and antiair assets surrounding the Cumbica and campo de Marte airfields in the capital; the Navy was expected to help but not the Air Force -Occupation of rail stations, where the strike was underway
At dawn on the 1st of April Zerbini's power slipped through his fingers as Kruel's direct orders to the 5th and 6th Regiments, core of the invasion force, overrid his. At 01:00 he phoned the 5th and heard everyone had got on trucks and left, leaving their quarters empty. He sent a motorized patrol to find out but never got any news from them. At 06:00 the 6th Infantry informed him they were marching east. After unsuccessful attempts at contact he finally phoned his commander, Aluísio, who was coming with a Mechanized Recon squadron and was now a turncoat. Zerbini convinced him to give him a lift. His only hope now as to delay the IInd Army and wait the legalist reinforcements.
A light tank company went by rail and the rest on the highway. Infantry Regiments were still foot infantry. The 5th had its trucks but still had to use 3 private buses. The 6th went on private trucks and a company's buses. At the Governor's orders, fuel was requisitioned on gas stations on the way just by leaving behind a note.
The best-covered unit movement was that of the artillery component, the 2nd 105 mm Howitzer Regiment "Floriano". It was in readiness since the 30th and had an incident at night on the 31st: a subliutenant tried to convince the soldiers not to fight against the government and the "worker's movement" as they, too, were workers. He was arrested. Such cases of legalists within rebel units and vice versa are ubiquitous. The Regiment's most forward unit, the 1st Battery headed to São Paulo at 07:30. Part of its convoy were 4 donated civilian trucks (4 other were with the other batteries). 2 visibly carried munitions, and 2 were each covered with a canvas and the words "AMMUNITION - DANGER". Beneath, camping material. It was a weak Regiment, with a single Group of howitzers, on a weak Army. Passing through Jundiaí they feared a reaction from the Divisional Artillery and 2nd 155 Howitzer Group commanders, whose loyalties were dubious. That Group's HQ had a clear view of the road and could block it. They phoned reliable officers and had them keep these commanders the Divisional Artillery's wasn't even there but in vacation at the Divisional Artillery HQ, far from the highway. Curiously enough, though the 4th Infantry was part of the reserve, they were to meet with it. It was nowhere to be found and they went on. "The march in Rio's direction was harsh. The first warm meal was served at 21:00. We all got our soup, and I went to my jeep, as it was starting to drizzle. The canvas had holes, a water funnel formed and fell over my dish; the potato soup was icy and tasted like canvas."
All of this happened with traffic still open on the road. Civilians shared the lanes with huge columns of trucks.
On the legalist side, the Artillery School-Group (GEsA) is well covered. The 31st was a tense day with no information from superiors - this is a common theme, soldiers not having the slightest clue of what was going on. Finally, at night they received a telephone order to attach a battery of howitzers to the Infantry School-Regiment (REsI). Every week one of the three batteries was ready to act, and this time it was the 2nd under 1st Liutenant Sanches. Sanches was dispatched to the Dutra to join with a battalion of the REsI already on the road. This order came from the REsI's Colonel Abner, even though the GEsA's Colonel Aldo was in the same quarters. Sanches did previously consult with Aldo - he was sleeping. "They called you, you go"; he seemed completely disinterested in what one of his subordinates was doing attached to another formation. The 2nd Battery left after midnight and did not bring food. Abner had complained of one thing - Sanches had presented himself without his troops. This was a deliberate delay, as he and the two other battery leaders already disliked the government. On the other hand Abner and Aldo were Goulart loyalists, the latter poorly regarded by his subordinates. Abner's subordinates, his battalion commanders - at the vanguard, Major Simon - and the captain of his organic tank company were likewise rebel-sympathizing. The 1st and 3rd Batteries were under Captains da Silveira and Graça, respectively. They left a bit later, under an agreement with staff officers & captains Seixas and Brunner that, as they could not rise up isolated and get besieged, they'd move and wherever they went they'd join up with the rebels.
None of the batteries knew who they'd face on the road.
Another GUEs formation was the 1st 90 mm AA Gun Group. It had 2 "blue" and 2 "red" ("communist") batteries. The pieces were for point defense, taking hours to deploy; asphalt would ruin the tractors' treads. Nonetheless Captain Ustra, of the "blue" 4th, was ordered to cover the column. Not with the 4th but with the "red". This made no sense, and under protest he was allowed to use his pieces, soldiers and corporals. Under him were still "red" sergeants and officers including a "red" Captain Ustra still praises him as a professional; there are such cases of recognizing the enemy's value in this aspect, importantly older than him. He saw through the trap: they were ready to arrest and replace him in the field. With his soldiers and corporals he organized his own conspiracy including arresting the "reds" if necessary. The battery left without medical support or the food train, but not in a hurry. Leaving at 09:00, it barely moved as tires were emptied and vehicles died off. At 20:00, when they had to return it was far away from the destination. Ustra successfully prevented himself from being a legalist piece on the board, though his battery would've never been useful in the first place.
Ustra's battery was followed by a company of the Engineering School-Battalion, which likewise got nowhere.
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.
>>39167 the dough works really good with sliced bananas, the hot oil caramelizes the bananas in no time. for the tomatoes I tried to bath them in an egg and the cover them in flour, but it was more a mess like this. >>39171 yes, I own my own tomato farm, 3 whole plants producing nothing than green tomatoes.
>>39174 I'm not sure how panieren is done in foreign countries we flour first, then dunk it in egg, then in breadcrumbs. Sometimes the recipe calls for double panier, for example when frying breaded cheese the panier needs to be sturdy enough to hold inside the melting cheese. I'm not sure if it's "flour-egg-flour-egg-breadcrumbs" or "flour-egg-breadcrumbs-egg-breadcrumbs", but something like this. >producing nothing than green tomatoes. Well you need to wait, at first all the tomatoes are green. the Sun will ripen them.
>>39177 Maybe. Such division was (supposedly) common among them. I could look it up what colors were associated with what direction. I also read they picked horses accordingly for the parts of the army - wings, vanguard, center, rearguard. But black and white might signified dual structures of steppe people. Sources talk about black and white Hungarians, black and white Cumans, Saragurs are White Ogurs, Hephtalites were White Huns, etc. It even influenced the naming of some non-steppe people like White and Black Croats, or Qara Khitai. Also they structured society too, people had to sit in a certain order in the Yurt, from the central position to left and right. Not sure which one was more prestigious, but I think they also used colors somehow in this division.
I ate dijon long time ago, so I don't really remember. Best mustard I tasted was a horcica (= mustard in Slav) from Northern Hungary, I remember it was more greenish in color, not sure what spices or herbs were used in it. Recently I had the luck to get a jar of Colmans as I wrote in the food thread. It's different from what I'm used to, it has that nose burning quality what horseradish has, I like it.
>>39017 As many as a million people (probably 1 in 5 of the Gauls) died, another million were enslaved, 300 clans were subjugated and 800 cities were destroyed during the Gallic Wars. The entire population of the city of Avaricum (Bourges) (40,000 in all) were slaughtered. Before Julius Caesar's campaign against the Helvetii (present-day Switzerland), the Helvetians had numbered 263,000, but afterwards only 100,000 remained, most of whom Caesar took as slaves.