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Anonymous 06/18/2018 (Mon) 11:19:35 [Preview] No. 17160 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
A new doll came out with embarrassingly large tits.
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Anonymous 06/20/2018 (Wed) 04:03:46 [Preview] No.17214 del
>>17166
You can't catch a computer virus from fucking a doll, not until we get nanobots in our heads anyway.


Anonymous 06/20/2018 (Wed) 04:41:44 [Preview] No.17216 del
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>>17166
Only way to know if they are spying on you is if you begin to see advertisements showing you different pills to increase small penises.


Anonymous 06/20/2018 (Wed) 10:38:44 [Preview] No.17223 del
>>17214
They could have imbedded microphones, possibly cameras behind the eyes for all we know. 4G beacons to pick up and eavesdrop on remote wireless internet traffic. There are a lot of very sophisticated methods Big Tech can spy on people.

>>17216
You'd be surprised at the level of secrecy in Silicon Valley, they work directly with governments too (and thats why big tech is so heavily subsidized). If they want your data - unless your really paranoid and tech savvy - they'll be able to get it without you ever knowing a thing.


Anonymous 06/25/2018 (Mon) 09:01:38 [Preview] No.17319 del
WHERE THE FUCK IS THIS PROPAGANDA TREND COMING FROM?
I SEE IT ALL OVER THE DAMN PLACE.
WHY ARE MONSTROUS TITS THE NEW OBSESSION?


Anonymous 07/07/2018 (Sat) 23:29:03 [Preview] No.17410 del
hi



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Wordpress censors for offended people im Pakistan Anonymous 06/21/2018 (Thu) 15:47:20 [Preview] No. 17238 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]


Anonymous 07/06/2018 (Fri) 12:20:12 [Preview] No.17399 del
hi


Anonymous 07/06/2018 (Fri) 22:48:18 [Preview] No.17406 del
companies cash on things depending on their demographic in certain areas or countries. big surprise. big if true.



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Ayn Rand Anonymous 06/21/2018 (Thu) 07:52:33 [Preview] No. 17232 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
What do you think of this bitch?
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Anonymous 07/02/2018 (Mon) 12:42:51 [Preview] No.17356 del
>>17354
The US government has not used an anti-trust suit in how long? Anti-trust laws were once used to break up monopolies as well force the bankruptcy of insolvent corrupted businesses waiting to be bought up. And this is part of the problem as stated above, the government has become just as corrupted and are doing everything to ride this broken down old horse called an economy at the taxpayer's expense. Everything today is at the taxpayer's expense.


Anonymous 07/05/2018 (Thu) 23:45:48 [Preview] No.17384 del
>>17356
Agreed, though every time you do use the antitrust act the lolbertarians lose their minds seems start screaming about government overreach and shooting conspiracy theories about regulatory capture.


Anonymous 07/06/2018 (Fri) 00:27:11 [Preview] No.17387 del
>>17384
Odd because unjustified government overreach in the economy is already rampant (taxpayer bailouts, subsidies, 'anti-terror' fiscal probing, endless debt-ridden expenditures, wars, etc.) yet anti-trust laws are actually necessary because monopolies oppose competition and are the killers of free market. If anything libertarians should oppose bailouts and subsidies while supporting anti-trust suits against "too big to fail" conglomerates.

After reading a new article from ZH it has finally dawned upon me that the Untited States Government really does not know what capitalism is (and have completely sabotaged it): https://archive.fo/QVDDi


Anonymous 07/06/2018 (Fri) 01:51:08 [Preview] No.17388 del
>>17387
I'm related news Trump is corrupt as fuck. He just appointed another cockroach from the coal lobbying industry to replace the last epa guy who resigned over an ethics scandal (he was from the oil industry.) What was it he said about draining the swamp? These rich people buy the best air filters in their homes and dont care if the rest dont have clean air to breathe. https://www.cnn.com/2018/07/05/politics/andrew-wheeler-epa/index.html


Anonymous 07/06/2018 (Fri) 15:11:15 [Preview] No.17400 del
>>17388
>coal lobbying industry

There is no such thing as a "coal lobbying" industry, I take it you mean a lobbyist for America's coal industry right? And OMG, heaven forbid, evil domestic industrial production! Can you imagine more evil jobs being created mining and utilizing our own evil resources for evil cheap energy!? Ohhhhhhh, the horror!!!

Seriously, read THIS: >>17397



Note to self Anonymous 07/06/2018 (Fri) 05:22:19 [Preview] No. 17392 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
How do you organize/ remind yourself of things to do in the digital age? I often put clothes in a washing machine and forget about taking them out for a few hours and then they stink so I have to wash them again. I feel like there's probably an app I need.


Anonymous 07/06/2018 (Fri) 07:22:02 [Preview] No.17394 del
write things down or use some sort of task list on your phone or computer.

I have an excel sheet with tabs for just about anything you can think of, long term stuff like, hey this is that movie you wanted to watch or book you wanted to read to shorter term stuff like get your fucking brakes checked you dumb fuck.

Or you can work on just becoming more mindful and thorough with what you're doing. Do you wear a watch? I feel like you need some sort of checklist to keep track of daily tasks or goals so life doesn't become some vacuous experience hopping from one meaningless and fleeting foray to another.

How exactly to keep track of that though is dependent on what's going to work for you. Like when you put your clothes in the wash note the time, mentally, physically, digitally and how long it's going to take to wash, half an hour or so probably.


Anonymous 07/06/2018 (Fri) 11:17:18 [Preview] No.17395 del
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Just get a timer. The problem with you not being able to pay attention resulted from excessive use of digital electronics. This is why younger generations typically have the attention spans of goldfish.



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Anonymous 07/05/2018 (Thu) 04:34:57 [Preview] No. 17376 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Happy 4th of July /b/

God bless America and all of its citizens.


Anonymous 07/05/2018 (Thu) 04:48:38 [Preview] No.17377 del
I'll be singing the real National Anthem with /pol/. They don't teach you in school about the part where it says the slaves gotta die.

>No refuge could save the hireling and slave, From the terror of flight, or the gloom of the grave.


Anonymous 07/05/2018 (Thu) 08:41:49 [Preview] No.17378 del
>>17376
unironic happy belated 4th to you OP!


Anonymous 07/05/2018 (Thu) 21:13:25 [Preview] No.17383 del
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I'm happy that we still can defend ourselves and bear arms legally. I'm happy we still have the freedom of speech. I'm happy we still have the opportunity to be successful, regardless we have to work hard for it. I'm happy we still have a reminisce of national sovereignty and can travel freely across the country as we please. I'm happy that we still have a middle class regardless its been decreasing over the years.

This gave me a reason to celebrate the 4th, and if it were not for these bare and basic civil liberties we still have I would have had nothing to celebrate what-so-ever.


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EU Plans To BAN File Sharing, Mandate Web Filtering Anonymous 06/20/2018 (Wed) 12:59:36 [Preview] No. 17224 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Considering the EU wants to censor the internet under the guise of 'copyright enforcement' I think it would be a good idea to discuss alternatives to file hosting, such as decentralized P2P clients. I use Soulseek and have tested out Tribler as well. Both are pretty awesome tools. Mostly music is shared with Soulseek but there are movies and TV shows (among other obscure content) being shared among peers as well. Tribler has much more diverse content being shared among peers as it not only works as a P2P but also a Bit Torrent client as well. Both these platforms have their own built-in search engines so you can find the media you want to download. What it comes down to is this: if unelected bureaucrats intend to curb our ability to share media over the web, we will seek alternatives such as node to node communications.

http://www.soulseekqt.net/news/node/1

https://www.tribler.org/

One more thing, private VPN use recommended for security and privacy.
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Anonymous 06/25/2018 (Mon) 15:08:28 [Preview] No.17324 del
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eMule is a free peer-to-peer file sharing application for Microsoft Windows. Started in May 2002 as an alternative to eDonkey2000 (which was shut down by the RIAA), eMule now connects to both the eDonkey network and the Kad network. Often used by clients looking for extremely rare content, the distinguishing features of eMule are the direct exchange of sources between client nodes, fast recovery of corrupted downloads, and the use of a credit system to reward frequent uploaders.

https://www.emule-project.net/home/perl/general.cgi?l=1


Anonymous 06/26/2018 (Tue) 06:58:18 [Preview] No.17334 del
https://t.co/5Mv9Us1LYm?amp=1
Lol talk about duterte now


Anonymous 06/26/2018 (Tue) 11:30:01 [Preview] No.17335 del
>>17334
An article about this was posted to >>>/news/ and yes, I like this guy a lot. Smart man, doesn't put up with bullshit and corruption like other leaders do.


Good! EU's Massive Internet Censorship Bill Fails To Pass Anonymous 07/05/2018 (Thu) 14:22:18 [Preview] No.17379 del
Good! EU's Massive Internet Censorship Bill Fails To Pass

RELATED: >>>/endtimes/39

The legislative body of the European Union on Thursday voted against a law that would have significantly reformed copyright rules on the internet, Politico reported.

The European Parliament rejected legislation that would have implemented harsher copyright enforcement rules online. Opponents of the measure warned it could alter the future of the web.

The bill, which passed through committee last month, would have required companies like Google and Facebook to buy licenses from news media companies before running links to their stories on their platforms.

It would have also required content uploaded within the EU to be screened for copyright infringement. Opponents of the law argued it would lead to the banishment of “memes” across the internet, though proponents disputed that claim, according to Politico.

The European Parliament rejected the bill, with 318 against it and 278 in favor. Another 31 lawmakers abstained, according to Politico.

The legislation will be sent back to Parliament for further discussion. Lawmakers can submit changes to the bill, which is likely to spark further debate.

https://archive.fo/zAmrv

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Anonymous 07/05/2018 (Thu) 19:42:53 [Preview] No.17382 del
>>17379
Big win for internet freedom. We should be celebrating this rather than ignoring it.



Anonymous 07/03/2018 (Tue) 17:14:12 [Preview] No. 17365 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
What are you plans for tomorrow, my fellow Amerisharts?
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Anonymous 07/03/2018 (Tue) 21:52:30 [Preview] No.17368 del
probably going to be at work


Anonymous 07/04/2018 (Wed) 01:49:11 [Preview] No.17369 del
Tits SC
drinkan coffee
maybe some may


Anonymous 07/04/2018 (Wed) 16:41:28 [Preview] No.17374 del
Drinking beer and blowing off some m-80s and quarter sticks. I have some Diablo shells and a tube left from last July and those are loud as fuck too. Might let my older grandson blow some off tonight.


Anonymous 07/05/2018 (Thu) 03:26:45 [Preview] No.17375 del
>go on local interstate loop tonight
>half a dozen cars in varying locations pulled off the side of the road
>no hazards on
>kids and shit on lawn chairs with coolers watching fireworks
>one dude by himself sitting on hood of his car gawking at the rice krispies in the sky
>mfw


Anonymous 07/05/2018 (Thu) 15:33:45 [Preview] No.17380 del
>>17375
Thats no way to celebrate the 4th. Even if you don't have money for fireworks you can still make your own by purchasing some magnesium and gun powder (make sure its not grain, just black powder). Wick spools are cheap as hell too. Just pack that gun powder in real tight with some wick sticking out of some empty cardboard tubes, add the magnesium on top (this creates the heat needed to blow up the gun powder), cap it with foil or plastic and your set! You made yourself some homemade m-80s for pretty cheap. I love blowing shit like that off on the 4th.



Dear High School Graduates, You Deserve To Know The Brutal Truth Anonymous 06/25/2018 (Mon) 16:33:38 [Preview] No. 17325 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Dear High School Graduates, You Deserve To Know The Brutal Truth

You deserve a realistic account of the economy you're joining.

Here's the summary: the status quo is pressuring you to accept its "solutions": borrow mega-bucks to attend college, then buy a decaying bungalow or hastily constructed stucco box for $800,000 in a "desirable" city, pay sky-high income and property taxes on your earnings, and when the stress of all these crushing financial burdens ruins your health, well, we've got meds to "help" you -- lots of meds at insane price points paid for by insurance -- if you have "real" insurance without high deductibles, of course.

Here's the truth the status quo marketers don't dare acknowledge: every one of these conventional "solutions" only makes the problem worse.

Student loan debt only makes your life harder, not easier, as the claimed "value" of a college degree is based on the distant past, not the present. The economy is changing fast and the conventional "solutions" no longer match the new realities. But don't expect anyone profiting from the predatory profiteering higher-education cartel to admit this.

Read the rest here, if you dare seek the brutal unforgiving TRUTH:

https://archive.fo/ldlXY
https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-06-25/dear-high-school-graduates
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Anonymous 06/26/2018 (Tue) 11:36:31 [Preview] No.17336 del
>>17326
What in the hell are you talking about? You don't even know who I am faggot.

>>17328
Assholes like YOU are the ones ruining /b/, just look at the SHIT content you post. If you went to college and can't even argue or debate online with someone thats pretty sad.

>>17332
Yep, a lot of times this happens to be the case. Kids go into massive student load debts, find out they can't get a decent job to pay them back off, then are forced to move back in with their parents.


Anonymous 07/02/2018 (Mon) 14:50:04 [Preview] No.17358 del
>>17336
>If you went to college and can't even argue or debate online with someone thats pretty sad.

This. They're too triggered. Universities promote feeble weak minds via political correctness and the false notion that students should be "entitled." When they get out in the real world they often get a very ugly and rude awakening. You can sense their nervousness and fear at times. If you want to learn ANYTHING about reality, do not succumb to hive mind mentality. Learn some skills and find a field of trade suitable for you to make a living. Socialize with the common worker and start learning how to save up money and live frugal. You will realize all the promises of "white privilege" and "diversity gender equality" and the rest of it was BULLSHIT nonsense and is not tolerated for one second in any real productive world.

College was originally indented for training future professionals (such as doctors, lawyers, chemists, engineers, scientists, nuclear physicists, archaeologists, architects et al), NOT for the average worker (which makes up 80% of the population). Well over half of America should be going to cheap trade schools to learn mechanics, plumbing, sales pitching, electrical maintenance/repair, construction, masonry, refinery, manufacturing, carpentry, ranching, butchery/meat processing et al. - NOT taking thousands of dollars of student loans in hopes for a better career.


Anonymous 07/02/2018 (Mon) 15:06:40 [Preview] No.17359 del
The solution for the problems facing much of the Western world is to realize most of the major enriched institutions of today are highly corrupted, if not out-right rackets scheming to drain every last bit of your savings. Learn that, except it and then you can avoid becoming the next victim.

The hive mind tells you to conform to "the status quo" or else you are squalor, unhip, not cool, not trendy, useless... and its all 100% bullshit propaganda and fear marketing to brainwash the youth to take massive loans to "keep up with the Jones"... only the Jones you desire to "keep up with" are also bankrupted and debt slaves. Usury and loansharking at its finest. And anyone who dare speak against it must be a backwards undereducated hillbilly buffoon, am I right?

Well I caught on to their trickery and deceit a while ago, and I moved from a high taxed liberal suburban community to a more rural low taxed conservative state and I can tell you the people here are happier making an honest living rather than busting their balls in the compact polluted cities sucking off CEOs trying to climb their way up the ladder.

Its up for every man to decide for themselves. I'm just saying the system we have been indoctrinated to conform to SUCKS ASS and it does not have to be that way.


Anonymous 07/02/2018 (Mon) 15:20:38 [Preview] No.17360 del
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Anonymous 06/29/2018 (Fri) 19:54:43 [Preview] No. 17352 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Politicians HATE HIM! Find out how this one bold businessman took over the grandest country of them all!


Anonymous 07/02/2018 (Mon) 14:11:47 [Preview] No.17357 del
Ironically Trump was elected for the very reason Obama was elected: in hopes of curbing corruption, ending empirical wars and creating new industry for American workers. It never happened. Instead we got a crisis at the US-MX border, a failed healthcare system (really just a taxpayer bailout for the insurance companies), a bigger police state, more outsourcing, more debt and more war. Sound familiar?

This comes with the notoriously FLAWED AND FAILED Keynesian economic system which defies all principles of capitalism (capital growth: industry) by the promotion of debt dependency, loan sharking, subsidies, bailouts, increased bureaucracy and mindless consumerism. And what awaits has also been adopted by the same band of crooks: "Post-keynesian economics"... oh how lovely! The State will take control over the economy they bankrupted and further expand their bureaucracy at taxpayers' expense until the whole system implodes on itself (as taxpayers run out of productive jobs to fund the ever-growing UNproductive bureaucracy). Gee, I wonder where have we seen this before?



Anonymous 06/29/2018 (Fri) 17:50:25 [Preview] No. 17350 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
alguem portuguesrsrs


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servidor de brasileiro


Anonymous 06/29/2018 (Fri) 21:33:55 [Preview] No.17353 del
>>17351
Cats do that