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Anonymous 10/15/2018 (Mon) 10:04:23 [Preview] No.19058 del
Orange man's NPCs appropriated the NPC meme I see


Anonymous 10/15/2018 (Mon) 14:23:29 [Preview] No.19059 del
What the fuck is this SHIT?


Anonymous 10/15/2018 (Mon) 18:30:13 [Preview] No.19062 del
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>>19059
It's an old dead meme being beaten to death by 4chan and 8chan. Basically it got rekindled due to a poorly documented psychology study done on 30 students on a university full of niggers. What's important about the study, aside from it being badly done, is that it's results say that roughly 70-75% of people don't really have inner thoughts while spouting the shit they do. It all just sort of comes out like diarrhea of the mouth, but again, the study is badly done, with only 30 participants in total. But you know how stupid 8ch and 4ch are now a days, you're here for a reason after all.

What makes it so this meme didn't die again as quickly as it was brought back to life, is the fact that most "liberal" people are absolute floor licking, short sighted faggots. So they just saw the study being spread around, and the meme, only to shortly start crying about how this meme "dehumanizes" minorities, brain dead idiots who regurgitate diversity propaganda plus SJWs.


Anonymous 10/15/2018 (Mon) 21:54:06 [Preview] No.19067 del
>>19062
> What's important about the study, aside from it being badly done, is that it's results say that roughly 70-75% of people don't really have inner thoughts while spouting the shit they do.
To be precise, it's not that they can't think to themselves in their own voice. If you were to tell anyone to say the words "The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog", they would be able to do that.
There's even more confusion in that most people aren't good at identifying what a "pristine inner experience is". It wasn't badly done as much as it was people having no idea what the paper means.
Here are 4 pdfs about the subject
The 2011 book is the one the psychology today article referenced, but it is long as fuck.
The 2015 compares methodologies of measuring pristine inner experience. They point out that most people can't accurately describe their own "inner experience", and that many people mistakenly think that they're speaking to themselves the entire time (like most people spouting the meme). See section 2.1 specifically.
The 2013 paper I haven't read, but talks about "inner speaking" by itself, and is what the 2015 paper referenced when it claimed "most people don't know what "innner speech" is.
The 2008 paper is another paper on the subject, and is just an overview of a study they did.
>only to shortly start crying about how this meme "dehumanizes" minorities, brain dead idiots who regurgitate diversity propaganda plus SJWs.
The left needs to learn how to laugh at the right again.



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Anonymous 09/11/2018 (Tue) 18:55:23 [Preview] No. 18773 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Post a random pic from your collection
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Anonymous 10/13/2018 (Sat) 23:35:06 [Preview] No.19044 del
>>19043
Clearly Jailbait, the thing is if you leave this up it'll only get worse from there because it attracts more like-minded people.


Anonymous 10/15/2018 (Mon) 14:27:15 [Preview] No.19060 del
Glad I wasn't here to see that. I would have been reporting it too.


Anonymous 10/15/2018 (Mon) 19:37:19 [Preview] No.19064 del
Hello


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Vote yes on Prop. 7 Anonymous 10/14/2018 (Sun) 21:15:06 [Preview] No. 19050 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Listen up Californians. Prop 7 is the most important issue on the ballot. Vote yes to abolish daylight savings time which is an affront to nature and which causes millions of people who forgot to reset their clocks to be stressed and late every single year.


Anonymous 10/15/2018 (Mon) 08:34:22 [Preview] No.19057 del
boy howdy did you come to the right place to sway public opinion


Anonymous 10/15/2018 (Mon) 19:25:02 [Preview] No.19063 del
>>19057
And you're clearly a shill paid by the daylight savings industry to make people too cynical to want change. Time doesnt belong to lawmakers, it belongs to the people.



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Anonymous 06/12/2018 (Tue) 07:02:31 [Preview] No. 17066 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Just watched black panther. Not deep or amazing, but I liked it better than any capeshit Ive seen in years. The movie teaches you that choosing leaders by hand to hand combat is retarded, and that you can have the most technologically advanced system but if you have a primative political system you can lose it all.
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Anonymous 10/03/2018 (Wed) 13:57:36 [Preview] No.18949 del
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Falling Dow. A dark comedy. A recently divorced disgruntled man who got laid off his job gets caught in a long traffic jamb and is driven insane under his life circumstances. He wants to "go home" to his ex-wife and see his daughter, so he decides to get out of his car and walk through the ghetto area to get there. As one can imagine, everything goes wrong from there on.


Anonymous 10/03/2018 (Wed) 14:03:45 [Preview] No.18950 del
Dog Day Afternoon. A crime drama, thriller. Two amateurs attempt robbing the First Brooklyn Savings Bank. It did not turn out the way they planned. Now they have hostages inside the bank and are making demands while the bank is surrounded with LE and the feds. A massive standoff ensues as they try to figure a way out - any way out.


Anonymous 10/03/2018 (Wed) 14:18:52 [Preview] No.18951 del
Absence Of Malice. A classic crime drama/thriller. Someone high up orders a local newspaper company to report about an alleged murderer who is the only suspect in a criminal investigation. A female reporter who helped write the bombshell story meets with the suspect later to find out that he may not have done anything wrong - or even worse being framed for the crime - and the real bad guys may be someone she herself works for or knows personally.


Anonymous 10/03/2018 (Wed) 15:08:27 [Preview] No.18952 del
Stranger Than Paradise. A classic independent film. A young man living in New York City is thrown into a tailspin when his younger cousin visits him for a week by surprise, unwanted and uninvited at first. His best friend likes his cousin, finding her attractive, and so his best friend convinces him to take a trip with him to see her after she moves out. They do, and the two guys end up blowing their money on gambling and get stuck in unfamiliar territory with the girl wondering how they are all going to make it back home.


Anonymous 10/15/2018 (Mon) 14:44:18 [Preview] No.19061 del
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Trouble Bound. Recently watched this one over the weekend. Not my favorite movie, but a good one none-the-less.

Its about a poker player and a young woman who is the daughter of a former mob boss who was killed. The poker player wins a gamble and receives a car, not knowing a dead body with tons of uncut cocaine cached was accidentally left inside the trunk. Some mobsters are trying to track it down, along with a key the dead man had for his safe. The poker player knows nothing about this, nor does he know the woman he carpooled with has her own criminal history either, as she is trying to track down and off the mobster who killed her father.



Anonymous 10/11/2018 (Thu) 20:16:16 [Preview] No. 19022 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
https://youtube.com/watch?v=_JNGI1dI-e8 [Embed]
The 100 worst passwords begin with 123456.


Anonymous 10/12/2018 (Fri) 14:41:59 [Preview] No.19029 del
I've covered this in an old OPSEC thread and I think I'll report this password tip copypasta because it is a very good security tip (the two anons were originally from 8chan/n/):


PASSWORD SECURITY TIPS

Anon #1 posts following:

Now As far as passwords go, here is how I do it:

I'll give you an example by posting a supposed password:

donotletthefedsseethisaccount887756

As you can tell, this passowrd has 35 characters total. This is A LOT of characters but also easy to memorize too, for example, its easy to remember the phrase; "do not let the feds see this account" ; and added to that phrase is a code (which you can also memorize easily) 887756. Once you come up with a phrase you can memorize it, then attach a code number you can easily remember right after it. This will make your password very difficult for hackers or spies to brute force using 'dictionary attacks' by adding random entropy at the end of the phrase (via the random code).

This 'password' would be unbelievably hard to crack if it were not a fake and had I not posted it. Use your tinfoil hats, paranoia can be your best friend.

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Anonymous 10/14/2018 (Sun) 00:39:44 [Preview] No.19045 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=HbtX_x614Xs [Embed]
Fun fact, "000000" was also the password Generals put on nuclear warheads in the early part of the cold war. The reasoning? So that any solider could launch the nukes could be launched at a moment's notice, which defeats the purpose of having a fail-safe code.


Anonymous 10/14/2018 (Sun) 04:04:57 [Preview] No.19046 del
>>19042
>Implying personal experiences about Boomers are worthless.

Okay I'm just back from the dog hospital. The Boomer has a little dog that she kept in the backyard and neglected for 10 years because she couldn't potty train it to not piss and shit on the furniture. She never played with it or did anything other than feed it. It's the kind of dog that eats the shit of other dogs, so of course it got an infection and then a fever.

She took it to the vet, and the vet took a look at her expensive purse, and then guilt tripped her like this.

>Your dog has an infection and a fever
>It's going to be expensive, and I'm going to be frank, your dog might die
>It's up to you what you want to do, but I think you should do all you can to save your dog (implication: otherwise you're a bad person)
>He has triggered the Boomer's pride
>The estimated range is $2,100-2,500. Sign here and make a $1500 downpayment if you agree.
>The next day the total cost of 24 hours of hospitalization was $2,8000.
>It included pointless tests like a $500 ultrasound scan of his stomach that found nothing.
>They also hooked the dog up to an IV drip to recharge his fluids because he was dehydrated from not drinking enough
>(which tends to happen when you have a fever)
>They gave him anti-biotics and discharged him.

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Anonymous 10/14/2018 (Sun) 21:19:04 [Preview] No.19051 del
>>19048
You dont have to be smart to be a successful actor. You just have to be able to memorize lines and to have good control of your facial expressions whine while you do outrageous things. But Republicucks usually elect them anyway.



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. Anonymous 10/14/2018 (Sun) 11:37:32 [Preview] No. 19049 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Is this true, /b/?



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Ever Baby Boomer I meet is a greedy hoarder Anonymous 10/02/2018 (Tue) 21:30:03 [Preview] No. 18937 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I hate Baby Boomers, theyre the most wasteful consumption-driven generation of monsters that ever lives on the planet. I just wasted an afternoon dumping a carload of household junk off to goodwill, and it didn't even make a difference. We still have seven fucking cars, and there's only four of us living in the house right now. The irony is that 3 of our cars are electric: Baby boomers buy them because elecrtic is newer just to show off, and not because they give a rats ass about saving the environment.

The house is two stories but the second floor is unlivable. The junk literally piles to the ceiling because Boomers are hoarders and don't want to throw give away anything they ever came into possesion of. There's old stereos, never used exercise equipment, about 12 computers/laptops. There's a ton of electronics just rotting in the backyard because they couldn't bear to get rid of anything. It includes a thousand dollar portable air conditioning, unit, a stove, bikes, and some power tools--all rusting!

The backyard and sideyard are narrow because of all the rusting BBQ equipment, plywood, and pots they never used. We have 3 sheds and 2 garages and an attic and 4 rooms downstairs that we can't use because the junk literally blocks the doors. One of the cars is almost unusable because all the seats and the trunk are full of junk, and she even paid for storage at a garage this month to hold more stuff because we've ran oit of space at the house.

Unlike the Baby Boomers, I'm an adult and I'm trying to clean my own room. I gave away all my old vidya consoles, and my violin. But we have 6 guitars we quit using a month after purchased them for lessons. The 2 living rooms are so full of pots and unopened electronic cooking equipment that the sofas are stacked toward the ceiling, and you have to walk sideways to get through the narrow halls. I gave away 40 pairs of shoes today (and half of them were new or leather) because Baby Boomers have a shoe fetish. It's just one of 4 shoeracks that are full,l of shoes, and she just bought another shoe rack. Fuck.

I now give some of it away without asking, because they're all McScrooges and will say no if you ask, even though they don't even remember what they have because they haven't looked at it or even gone into some of those cabinets for 20 years.

One time a relative breifly stayed in our house and she stole and mailed a hundred DVDs and about 5 boxes of junk we didn't need to a third world shithole, and the Baby Boomers were pissed and kicked her out. I think we should've given away the hundreds of DVDs to a library before they were obsolete, but I'm doing that now. They're only willing to let me get rid of them because they stopped using their 3D Bluerays, and have satelite and subscriptions to netflicks, Hulu, Amazon, and some others.

But it feels so pointless because no matter how much I try to make living space for myself and my pets, and to redistribute the wealth they would waste to poor people at Goodwill, every single week about 20 new boxes of new junk get delivered by Amazon. I hate Baby Boomers. The definition of stupidity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a differnt result. You would have thought they would have realized by now that collecting indoor mountains of junk doesn't make you happy. I'm a simple guy, but they're just robbing me of my injeritance, and making China rich,and making the UPS burn more fossil fuels in the process.
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Anonymous 10/11/2018 (Thu) 14:56:31 [Preview] No.19020 del
>>19019
>too apathetic to care about local politics and what the candidates stand for

That's going to be their downfall because its the local elections that typically are even more important. I've seen local governments act a whole lot worse and corrupt than the federal government (and thats not easy to do!)


Anonymous 10/13/2018 (Sat) 21:17:52 [Preview] No.19038 del
Reality TV show "Hoard Swappers" coming soon!


Anonymous 10/13/2018 (Sat) 22:04:15 [Preview] No.19039 del
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Boomers who watch "It's a wonderful life" every Christimas are hypocrites. You know they would never repay favors and help their fellow man with money like the characters did at the end of the movie. If their friend fails, they'll just look with artificial pitiful eyes to virtue signal, and say to themselves, "God wills it." The most they'll do is pray for you and then forget you, but they won't part with a measly $50 even if you gave them a lot in the past.


Anonymous 10/13/2018 (Sat) 23:26:40 [Preview] No.19042 del
All Boomers suck! They are all greedy hoarders! Don't trust anyone over 30. All millenials are lazy pieces of shit! They all live in their boomer parents basements and won't even bother to learn how to read or write. They have to find a youtube tutorial to learn how to tie their own shoes or make a sandwich. Don't trust anyone under 30.


Anonymous 10/14/2018 (Sun) 04:08:06 [Preview] No.19047 del
>>19042
>Implying personal experiences about Boomers are worthless.

Okay I'm just back from the dog hospital. The Boomer has a little dog that she kept in the backyard and neglected for 10 years because she couldn't potty train it to not piss and shit on the furniture. She never played with it or did anything other than feed it. It's the kind of dog that eats the shit of other dogs, so of course it got an infection and then a fever.

She took it to the vet, and the vet took a look at her expensive purse, and then guilt tripped her like this.

>Your dog has an infection and a fever
>It's going to be expensive, and I'm going to be frank, your dog might die
>It's up to you what you want to do, but I think you should do all you can to save your dog (implication: otherwise you're a bad person)
>He has triggered the Boomer's pride
>The estimated range is $2,100-2,500. Sign here and make a $1500 downpayment if you agree.
>The next day the total cost of 24 hours of hospitalization was $2,8000.
>It included pointless tests like a $500 ultrasound scan of his stomach that found nothing.
>They also hooked the dog up to an IV drip to recharge his fluids because he was dehydrated from not drinking enough
>(which tends to happen when you have a fever)
>They gave him anti-biotics and discharged him.

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Anonymous 10/07/2018 (Sun) 17:03:23 [Preview] No. 18991 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
If youre rich you can probably cheat on your taxea now.
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/01/business/economy/irs-tax-fraud-audit.html
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Anonymous 10/12/2018 (Fri) 14:07:21 [Preview] No.19027 del
>>19026
>Trump's grandfather was an immigrant who made his fortune running a brothel.

So? You would be surprised how many people have previous ancestors involved with alcohol trafficking during the prohibition era, but does that make everyone in the family and their future generations guilty? No, it does not. It was wrong sure, but that was his grandfather for gosh sake.

>His son Donald Trump made his fortune laundering money to the Russian mafia by which Russia compromised him.

So said the media for over 2 years now WITHOUT ANY PROOF let alone credibility anymore. Wake me up when he gets slapped with indictments and the FBI breaks out the proof for everyone to see (UNREDACTED!). Then I'll believe it.


Anonymous 10/13/2018 (Sat) 02:34:03 [Preview] No.19030 del
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>>19027
>So? You would be surprised how many people have previous ancestors involved with alcohol trafficking during the prohibition era-
Yeah but being low class and a corrupt lawbreaker is in Trump's genes.

>So said the media for over 2 years now WITHOUT ANY PROOF-
Come on, grow up. You're as bad as a Flat Earther. Everyone in the intelligence agencies say he's guilty, and if past behavior is predicative of future behavior, then everything indicates he would collude with Russia for very little benefit if given the opportunity.


Anonymous 10/13/2018 (Sat) 02:54:43 [Preview] No.19031 del
>>19023
>>19026
>>19027
>Russian mafia
"Russian" mafia


Anonymous 10/13/2018 (Sat) 03:36:05 [Preview] No.19032 del
>>19031
>"Russian" mafia
"Russian" mafia?


Anonymous 10/13/2018 (Sat) 20:20:37 [Preview] No.19037 del
>>19032
The Russian mafia became strong after the USSR collapsed and a new breed of parasitical oligarchs needed to hide their money overseas and out of reach of a government that might confiscate it. Russian politicians and businessmen invested some of it in Trump's real estate, which is how dirty money became clean money. It let Trump pretend he earned his wealth by working hard and being a great businessman with a good brain, rather than by taking bribes from criminals and dodging taxes and federal investigations.



Anonymous 10/13/2018 (Sat) 15:13:50 [Preview] No. 19033 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
>current year
>people still fall for right wing vs left wing dichotomy
> /r/comminism
> >>>/pol/
Why


Anonymous 10/13/2018 (Sat) 15:25:34 [Preview] No.19034 del
Because people are looking for solutions for problems that may or may not exist. Typically all things economic related. They feel fiscal pain and will vote for anyone they think will relieve them of that pain. But no matter what side you vote for, you'll only get some bread crumbs while the circus freak show continues to go on dividing us against one another.

Here in America we have two parties. Republicans want tax cuts and Democrats want to expand welfare and handouts. The tax cuts benefit poor workers, the welfare benefits poor families. Either way its all about who gets a few bread crumbs, and you have the serfs battling one another over who is going to receive those bread crumbs.


Anonymous 10/13/2018 (Sat) 15:32:06 [Preview] No.19035 del
I wonder how many revolutionaries would reconsider their actions if they knew that 200+ years from the first French Assembly people would be still mesmerized by the left-right dichotomy


Anonymous 10/13/2018 (Sat) 15:32:58 [Preview] No.19036 del
"Whoever controls the volume of money in any country is absolute master of all industry and commerce."

— Baron Nathan Mayer Rothschild

This is how the major internationalist banking cartel created a global mafia over so many nation states over the last 200 years. Politicians are bought and paid for by this cartel. Those that don't conform typically end up assassinated or have dirt dug up against them by the police state and their careers ruined.



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How do you kill a dog? Anonymous 08/15/2018 (Wed) 20:28:35 [Preview] No. 18207 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I remember in Iraq there was this instance where there was an injured dog out on the road, and it obviously wasn't going to make it.
One of our squad leaders decided to "do the right thing" and put it out of its misery. He shot it, right square in the side of the head....
The dog was still alive and conscious.
So he shot it in the head again.
Still alive and whimpering.
So then he put 4-5 more bullets into the poor thing's skull, and it was finally dead.

Their brains are like the size of a peanut, so that squad leader unloading into the dog's head was just missing the brain and probably putting the dog through more suffering.

So, what's the right way to kill a dog?
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Anonymous 09/28/2018 (Fri) 22:49:27 [Preview] No.18901 del
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>>18207
One thing I like about Japan is they're more moral about preventing dogs from suffering than their neighbors and had a headstart on animal rights. They have banned eating dog meat for over a thousand years, and the shogun 犬公方 had a dog fetish and built animal shelters and made it illegal to injure dogs. Hoodlums who beat up whimpering dogs were severely punished. Just because they're stupider creatures doesn't mean they don't feel pain and that we shouldn't try to limit their suffering.


Anonymous 09/29/2018 (Sat) 06:08:53 [Preview] No.18907 del
paracetamol inside a dog treat


Anonymous 09/29/2018 (Sat) 08:15:38 [Preview] No.18908 del
I hit a stray in the chest with a 30-30, it face planted and slid (I was running from the trashcan it chewed open).

Headshots are funny like that, half the skull missing? Still making noise. Easier to place a few rounds in its heart, generally that convinces the animals body that it's game over.


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I like how this thread wouldn't survive on 4chan.


Anonymous 10/12/2018 (Fri) 14:25:51 [Preview] No.19028 del
>>18207
What was he using, something as weak as .22 cal? I could see you needing to shoot the dog a couple times with .22 cal if not shot directly in the center of the brain. However...

I assume the issue is that dogs tend to have thicker bones and skulls due to the fact they like to eat meat and bone marrow. Meat (and marrow) contain natural nutrients (such as MSM and magnesium) which strengthen bones and cartilage naturally. Especially if those dogs eat unspoiled fresh raw meat. Concluding that is likely the issue it might have taken a .45 to penetrate the dog's skull.