I'm gonna red-white-greenpill you on Hungarian football. It isn't a secret that the football of our country in our days is pretty weak but this wasn't always the case so I thought a glimpse in this could be interesting. It won't be only about the past, but I try to introduce the present as well. Some parts will be kinda memey and not too precise I think. I have some material gathered for this already, I'll try and create new posts in timely fashion. I don't plan it to be too long tho coz I'll never finish it.
This also can be a thread dedicated for sports or kinda /fit/ as we have people who do that kind of activites, and it can be one for outdoors too ofc.
Wow. Shooting the winning goal in the 94th min... Kinda feel bad for Sweden and it would be interesting to see Germany lose for the novelty's sake. But Germany played well and deserve this victory. They seemed kinde rude and overly aggressive tho.
>>17495 I kinda have to note in case someone think I'm planning to close shop here: while I post these on Ernst other Hungarian posts there aren't from me. Not that I have something against Ernst but I do and will continue to do my business here. Also when I watch a match you can find me here but also lurk/post at /sp/ and on Kohl's Kohlcup thread.
1. One woman killed her husband's sister. They shared an small apartment and had lots of arguments. Allegedly after a fight over inheritance, the woman killed the relative, then sealed the dead body with concret in her room. Somehow her husband didn't notice his sister didn't come out from her room for three days, until the company the sister worked for began to worry for her. 2. A controversial writer died. He had been a political prisoner in martial law era and a lawmaker later. 3. Coal power plant expansion program got into controversy.
>>17454 It's just a TV serial drama. I just try to learn a little bit about China. I am quite ignorant about it.
Mayor Ko is doing ok I suppose. I only noticed how much he suppprted Taiwanese independence Ann's how much he hate KMT and mainlanders. Don't know much else about him.
Yes. The current and last administration now avoid handing out death sentence. But KMT made some high profile executions to show they are willing to do it. Personally I am more influenced by foreigners and don't see the problem of this but locals are very very emotional and persuasive about this.
>>17465 The agent is now appealing the "bright side" of the official. He told official that choosing that's job would allow him to "publish English academic papers on Fortune journal" which is the official's lifelong interest. The drama also talked about the north south difference in China. The official is a very serious and politics minded. The private company who wants to recruit him is owned by a southerner. He is a business man and practice southern customs and wears stylized cloth
Yesterday I watched an episode of PTS guess who It reported an aboriginal man from Hualien. He is a football player. I always ignore the fact that we play football too. I also assumed that aboriginal people always work in Taiwan. But this football player plays for China League One. I always ignored Chinese sports news especially its football news. Never know that we have a Taiwanese player playing in Chinese league.
>>17492 It was news to me as well that the Chinese league attracts foreign players. I usually don't watch football I was a match goer long ago tho, and I like football and sports in general and now that I follow matches I heard that this player or that plays for Chinese clubs. I precisely remember a Nigerian which isn't much surprise as China's influence grows in Africa all around, and it's a possible way for African players to go abroad and international "field".
This just in... After the restoration of the Austro-Hungarian Empire two great nation found each other, the Polish and the Brazilian. Unquestionable support of the True Faith and hot grills are just two of many values these countries share not to mention economic similarities between North Brazil and Eastern Poland. Don't forget to invest there, good people. Top level diplomats on both sides recognized the necessity of unification of the two countries. However Divine Signs imply the time isn't here yet the process has to be postponed until the alignment of the Statues of Christ is right.
Random news: -Pope visits Switzerland and holds speech in front of Wojak Jesus. -V4 butthurt union is butthurt, Junker forgot to invite them to the refugee summit and now they will boycott it -Happy Pagan day
>>17452 I think just Austria, Bulgaria, Grease, Malta, Germany, Italy and Spain got invited. Sad thing Orbán said this stupid shit: "if you don't invite us then we will revenge it by not going"... Absolute facepalm.
In other news (source, again, in Hungarian): https://index.hu/belfold/2018/06/23/kemugyeirol_beszelt_cicciolina/ So this is this ugly whore made lots of porn in Italy - so long ago that the renaissance was a new thing there - now she says when she started here carrier and worked in a Budapestern hotel as a maid her job also not just included having sex with visitors but to spy on the behalf of the communist regime. Then she noticed she's being followed so she married an fugly Italian bloke so she could leave the country. Straight into the porn industry. There probably are people who believe her story...
>>17435 >I also started to read about the game and when it turned out the best strategy is spamming long queueueueues of basic infantry then it became much less interesting for me This issue is one of the most easily solved, though: most mods decrease the IC cost of brigades to make them useful. Similarly, nonsensical border connections (such as the border between Libya and Chad being open, which the AI with its obnoxious "gotcha!" attitude always invades with massive armies and breaks your immersion).
But other problems are hard or impossible to solve: >AI submarine doomstacks capable of wiping out your fleets >AI naval invasions far beyond the range of their transports >lazy US AI keeping a dozen divisions in Iceland and not taking part in a single land battle for the whole war >not being able to ship supplies to allied ports >doomstack-based combat >AI using armored and motorized divisions as if they were foot infantry, completely unaware of their speed >a systemic problem with the Hearts of Iron series: an unrealistic representation of combat in areas with more provinces than divisions >another systemic problem: research and production systems that understate the capabilities of small nations And so on. As you've said, sometimes one or two peeves in a Paradox game are enough to cause a permanent ragequit.
But what's great about Darkest Hour is the ability to completely take over control of your allies' armies.
>>17462 >>doomstack-based combat In TOAW it isn't doable. If I remember correctly the more unit is stacked on a hex the heavier casualties they will suffer as it means they have to stand more close to each other on the battlefield, more target will be in the open for the lack of cover so more bullets can hit the mark. This forces the player to plan battles better. But TOAW is very different in general.
>>120517 残念ながら数名の死者が出ました Unfortunately several dead people appeared 今回は都市型の災害で、電気・水道等が止まっていますが By an urban disaster, electricity, water service stops this time 都市が壊滅的な被害を受けたというほどではないので Because it is not said that a city suffered crushing damage しばらくしたら元通りになると思われます It is thought that I recover in a few minutes
建物は古いものは壊れたものもあるようですが In the building, the old thing seems to have the broken thing 崩壊するような住宅は少なかったようです There seemed to be few houses which collapsed 電車が止まって自宅に帰れない人達は多く出ました A lot of people who a train stopped, and could not go home appeared ですが国際災害救助隊の要請をするほどのことにはなってないようなので But because it is not expected that I call for the International Disaster Relief Scheme 今のところは大事ではないと思われます It is thought that it is not important for the moment こんな地震国でオリンピック本当に出来るのか？ Can you do it in the Olympics truth in such an earthquake country? 問題提起がなされました Problem submission was accomplished
>Fox spirits and demons: China's tech giants splash out in cartoon arms race >China still lags behind the Japanese and American markets, but is catching up. >Tencent has invested in more than a dozen comic and animation companies since last year, according to public records, while its film arm launched a “100 animations” project to support domestic productions. >Baidu’s iQiyi (IQ.O), is also splashing out on domestic comics, planning to spend 200 million yuan to sign Chinese artists and develop local characters, which comes on top of an earlier investment in 10 animation projects, the company said in May. >Alibaba and the news aggregator Toutiao have snapped up production companies and launched animation platforms on their own sites. NetEase signed a deal last year with Disney to create Marvel style superheroes, but with Chinese characteristics.
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?
What I don't understand is why there are narcotic substance in natural plants. The funny thing is these substance might enter the environment and interact with other animals and plants. I don't know what does this mean
>>17471 There are plenty things that looks strange, like toxin-resistant animals who bear poison inside and so on. Sometimes it is hard to imagine that evolution (that must be slow and gradual) can give life to these creatures without them going extinct in process.
>>17489 That's whats confusing to me too. Biology and ecology and evolution are so complicated to me. They involve so many interactions I mean I heard that some inspects eat toxic plants to accumulate toxin in itself. So that's a result of million years of evolution. Then we have this news of the chemicals made by human activities (antibiotics, hormones, heavy metals) affecting the natural environment. Makes me wonder if the two things are related