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KOHLZINE #12 out Bernd 11/17/2019 (Sun) 19:36:05 [Preview] No. 32375 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
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: kohlzine@tfwno.gf
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.

Enjoy

t.kohlzinegarchy
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Bernd 06/02/2020 (Tue) 16:58:45 [Preview] No.37122 del
>>37121
>>37120
Aristotle, like other teachers was being paid for storage of the information and being able to parse it, explain it, connect it with other ideas etc. He was also paid for being there in standby, for his presence.


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>>37117
>>37115

Well I'm not talking about shitty game devs that sell on disc content as DLC or people that do similarly scummy things. Fuck them tbh

I'm talking about passionate game developers and artists not getting any compensation for their hard earned work.

For example, Owlboy is an indie pixel platformer game that took a literal decade to be finished. I'd at least like to give the devs something substantial for doing so much work.


Bernd 06/02/2020 (Tue) 17:50:21 [Preview] No.37124 del
Soo can I respond to the article creator or kohlzine somehow?

>>37120
>Was Aristotle payed for the information he had when the taught Alexander, or for the teaching?

He actually was tbh. Philip II of Macedon hired him to be a personal tutor for Alexander the Great. He also taught other future Greek commanders

>In the end, Philip chose Aristotle and provided the Temple of the Nymphs at Mieza as a classroom. In return for teaching Alexander, Philip agreed to rebuild Aristotle's hometown of Stageira, which Philip had razed, and to repopulate it by buying and freeing the ex-citizens who were slaves, or pardoning those who were in exile

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_the_Great#Education

Aristotle was taught in the Platonic academy, which lasted until the Roman invasion of Athens by Roman general Sulla. You can't keep a school open for almost 300 years without paying people something to keep it up and running tbh fam


Bernd 06/02/2020 (Tue) 18:10:40 [Preview] No.37126 del
>>37124
>Soo can I respond to the article creator or kohlzine somehow?
Im from kohlzine, can try to forward the information if you want.
There is also another guy writing response for the article, maybe you can exchange ideas to build up your positions.


Bernd 06/02/2020 (Tue) 18:11:53 [Preview] No.37127 del
>>37120
I've talked before about how Aristotle's family were some of the richest merchants in the world, (along with Swebernd), so when he tutored Alexander, it wasn't for money, it was because he was a rich, famous man with connections and likely didn't need to be paid at all.



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Blogspot thred Bernd 04/03/2018 (Tue) 14:02:19 [Preview] No. 15577 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
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
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Bernd 05/30/2020 (Sat) 15:39:50 [Preview] No.37072 del
>>37071
Where's your hat? Oh I haven't made one. Actually, quite a lot.


Bernd 05/30/2020 (Sat) 19:53:51 [Preview] No.37073 del
>>37065
>Turkbernd contacted us again, he might be ok. Just this problem to post here is unsolved.

Glad he's okay tbh. Was missing his bantz


But I didn't know that about you bernd. Programming fun to do tbh. I'm glad you lieks doing it


Bernd 05/31/2020 (Sun) 07:18:41 [Preview] No.37077 del
>>37073
It's likely Erdo is filtering us. Maybe the Great Sultan didn't enjoyed our Syria threads or sumtin.

Yeah I'm a man of many half-talents.
Now and then I say Hungary is just too damn small, easy to find someone just with following breadcrumbs left behind I'd bet someone do just that, so I try to keep some aspects of my life to myself. Also I might change up stuff in my "stories" as a way of anonymization. I won't make up stuff, I don't lie, but might not tell stuff exactly as it is/was (for example I would call a friend cousin, or a relative acquaintance). Sometimes I tell less (but I never add), in fact I try to tell just enough to make a point, but not more. Occasionally I also let people with their assumptions and not correct them (especially when some troll says I'm this or that).
Maybe I shouldn't be worried, Slovenia doxxed himself on many occasion, don't give a crap, just post whatever he feels like. Much can't happen to me, I'm literal noone, will die poor in obscurity. But perhaps it's just good to spare myself the stress, I know just enough idiots irl not to wish adding more.
I also generally discourage blogposting, can't know who reads and collects info, and how he uses it. A little amount is fine, but shouldn't get used to it so won't blabber out everything carelessly.


Bernd 06/01/2020 (Mon) 01:52:07 [Preview] No.37091 del
>>37077
>It's likely Erdo is filtering us. Maybe the Great Sultan didn't enjoyed our Syria threads or sumtin.
I thought he'd be honored to have it named after him.


Bernd 06/02/2020 (Tue) 17:58:36 [Preview] No.37125 del
>>37077
You don't have to give out too many details about yourself bernd.



Health thread nr1 Bernd 05/20/2019 (Mon) 16:13:08 [Preview] No. 26260 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
So I didnt know where to post this excellent video about aluminium so I thought I just make a thread. About health.

Its a very easy video to watch/listen to because he says pictures and its being translated to french so it goes slower. He has researched about aluminium in 30 years so he is not a noob.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=6ClwkazQOsY [Embed]
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Bernd 06/02/2020 (Tue) 02:31:46 [Preview] No.37110 del
Apparently bats caused Ebola and some other viruses as well. I found an article that says they have such a strong immune system that they can live with a virus and not really be effected by it.

https://www.discovermagazine.com/health/why-bats-are-breeding-grounds-for-deadly-diseases-like-ebola-and-sars


Bernd 06/02/2020 (Tue) 03:06:04 [Preview] No.37111 del
>>37110
More like the whole germ theory is fake, so it makes a good joke to make bats reoccur in their virus hoaxes.


Bernd 06/02/2020 (Tue) 03:30:01 [Preview] No.37112 del
>>37111
Probably bats are fake as well, they are supposed to be the second largest order after Rodentia but when do you ever see them? I never do, how do we know they exist at all and that we are not just mistaking owls or other birds that fly at night for bats when we think we see bats?


Bernd 06/02/2020 (Tue) 03:39:12 [Preview] No.37113 del
>>37112
>Probably bats are fake as well, they are supposed to be the second largest order after Rodentia but when do you ever see them? I never do, how do we know they exist at all and that we are not just mistaking owls or other birds that fly at night for bats when we think we see bats?
That's an appeal to ridicule. The germ theory is an actual flawed theory of science and you're classifying it with this nutcase-like belief.


Bernd 06/02/2020 (Tue) 05:27:29 [Preview] No.37114 del
>>37112
I do see them. Not frequently but quite a few times per year, usually during summer. Their flight pattern is differ from birds', and they come out to a round when most birds hid already. Once one was even above our door hanging out. Neat little guy/gal, I like bats.



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casual talk threda Bernd 04/20/2020 (Mon) 20:23:45 [Preview] No. 36100 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
what's on your mind
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Bernd 05/29/2020 (Fri) 09:39:28 [Preview] No.37055 del
>>37052

>But the experience of fucking up in front of a bunch of strangers is bad

Actual difference between beginner and experienced driver is that experienced driver doesn't care when he fucks up in front of strangers.


Bernd 05/29/2020 (Fri) 16:25:01 [Preview] No.37056 del
>>37052
>>37055
>fucking up in front of a bunch of strangers
>experienced driver doesn't care when he fucks up in front of strangers.
It's a good advice for life in general to get comfortable fucking up in front of others, doesn't matter who they are. Life is a series of blunders, that's how we learn everything and life itself.
When I learnt how to write when I was little I had to "draw" letters in long lines, one character uglier and misshaped than the other until they got their regular form and the drawing turned to writing.
We also have to learn making mistakes publicly and live up to them. It also takes practice to just shake it off and try again, try better. But can be done. You have to keep in mind that people's opinion can't harm you, if they think you are stupid or you are "two left handed" can only influence you if you let it influence you. And if you fuck up but they see you stand up and make it right that will build respect instead.
Those lessons what hurts us the most are the lessons we learn the most from. Public mistakes are a good example of that.
Also a writing example. All of my literature/grammer teacher taught me, that if I make a mistake (we were forced to write with a pen instead of a pencil quite early), I fuck up a letter, word, I shouldn't scratch it out, but put them into parentheses and cross them with a single line. It would be a natural reaction to scratch them, hide them in a large layer of ink, noone to see it, not the teacher, nor you, but that's pretty dumb, because it would erase a reminder of your weakness, what you should practice, and what level of skill were you on.
Getting practiced in fucking up in front of others also give confidence. Oftentimes the fear of failing leads to failure.
One of my teachers enjoyed humiliating students in front of the class for their mistakes. Many of my classmates got caught by fear and couldn't answer simple questions, where the solution was straightforward because they couldn't believe the answer could be so simple and they not trusting themselves, fearing they will be punished, they hesitated and then got humiliated...
So, our new friend, go out and drive.


Bernd 06/01/2020 (Mon) 16:02:01 [Preview] No.37101 del
Odili solved my problem, it's just I can't connect with .org or .net. I can use endhcan.gg/kc to browse this lair now.

Anyway my countryball is back, no need to use tor for now.


Bernd 06/01/2020 (Mon) 16:22:25 [Preview] No.37102 del
>>37101
Good. At least something works.


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>>37101
Welcome back bernd.

You were missed tbh



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Films, tv-shows and related media Bernd 01/01/2020 (Wed) 18:08:25 [Preview] No. 33703 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
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).
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Bernd 05/31/2020 (Sun) 13:48:16 [Preview] No.37080 del
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https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2768444/

ignore the imdb rating. köksüz(rootless) is a great Turkish movie telling about a family not being able to achieve being a family. It's relatively low budget but nice movie to watch.


Bernd 05/31/2020 (Sun) 15:45:35 [Preview] No.37081 del
>>37080
Hey just, visited the previous movie thread what Turkish movies you posted.


Bernd 06/01/2020 (Mon) 12:02:55 [Preview] No.37099 del
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Started this, comedy series. After the firs episode, it has some potential. It's about a freshly set up military branch of the US armed forces, the Space Force, with the task to put a boob on the moon.

The movie corner is coming up, as I stated elsewhere with an unnacore film, right now with three potential candidates.


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Would Bernd do his shopping in a clothing store called Shrt?


Bernd 06/01/2020 (Mon) 19:41:04 [Preview] No.37107 del
>>37103
>Would Bernd do his shopping in a clothing store called Shrt?

I don't see why not. If the prices are good and the clothing selection is diverse enough



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15th of November - Republic Day Bernd 11/16/2018 (Fri) 01:56:56 [Preview] No. 20613 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
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.
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Bernd 05/29/2020 (Fri) 01:36:18 [Preview] No.37046 del
I'm greedy enough for sources on some additional minutiae that I'm starting to salivate for the Oral History of the Army - 1964 collection which spans over three thousand pages. But even if I tried I wouldn't get my hands on all of it, only some volumes are available for physical purchase.


Bernd 05/31/2020 (Sun) 17:26:46 [Preview] No.37082 del
>>37046
Now you are hooked. Your best bet is to visit a Sourcereaders Anonymous meeting and participate in a twelve step program.


Bernd 06/01/2020 (Mon) 05:42:56 [Preview] No.37093 del
>>20613
I've satisfied some of that desire after finding a first-hand account by Muricy narrating his march.
Some things I've realized:

-Trade unions were a net asset to the right-wing. They declared a nationwide strike but it only properly took place in Guanabara and Rio de Janeiro, preventing the mobilization of militants from the suburbs to the city center and not interferring with the rebel states. I've found one source claiming fifth-column activity but the call was for a general strike, it didn't go far (though it did reach Santos in São Paulo) because of limited communications. It's also worth noting Minas Gerais began its wave of leftist arrests early on so it was in no condition to be hampered by a strike.
-Common soldiers in the legalist side had no idea what they were doing and some thought it was an exercise or a civil disorder.
-The problem of military indiscipline transcended ideology -indeed, the right's conspiracies were part of it- and continued unabated once the right took over and purged the left from the institution.
-Whoever won, the normal democratic order was no longer in place at least in the immediate future. Both legalists and rebels censored the media, one oppositionist newspaper had marines waving their guns inside its offices and wasn't allowed to circulate. Goulart would have to name appointed governors for several states.
-As soon as the 'revolution' was victorious everyone tried to claim responsibility for it.
-Goulart was in 3 different occasions over the coup offered to break with the left and win over the military. It was the same decision as in 1961, it was his political agenda and not his person that was the concern.

I've got sufficient sources to map one of the battles that almost took place. At night in the 31st Kruel was in conference with his officers while Zerbini ordered the troops in the Paraíba valley into recon missions towards the rebellion in Minas Gerais. He was promised reinforcements, the general Anfrísio da Rocha Lima's School-Unit Group, the Army's only fully staffed, equipped and trained unit. In 23:00-00:00 Kruel exchanged his last words with the President, demanding him to part ways with the left. Goulart answered that he was lonely and isolated and couldn't abandon the only allies he had, and then said "Put your troops in the streets and betray me openly" which he promptly did.
Through dawn authority slipped out of Zerbini's fingers and forces in the Paraíba valley joined up with the rest of the IInd Army on an eastward march to Rio de Janeiro through the Dutra highway. Anfrísio's forces were still coming on the same route westwards, packing up in the morning, and the two were on a collision course.
In the middle of the road in Resende was Agulhas Negras, the Military Academy, which any civilian can name. It was under Emílio Garrastazu Médici, future hardliner President who'd witness the apex of the military regime. Médici was part of the Ist Army but sided with the IInd, mobilized his cadets and entrenched them on the road.


Bernd 06/01/2020 (Mon) 06:06:18 [Preview] No.37095 del
Just noticed a misplaced position.

The Academy is the large slashed red area in the west and its units are in green. A motorized cavalry squadron of 70-80 men would fight a delaying action, including obstructing the road with heavy vehicles from a construction company. An engineer platoon would detonate two highway bridges, I've positively identified one of them, it's this. A reinforced infantry company of 250 men would hold out, backed by an artillery battery. A guard company from the Command and Service Battalion protected fuel stocks through the road. Médici relied on the psychological barrier of holding out with "kids", his cadets. I have their exact locations in km of the highway and reference points, though as my maps don't show where each km is the marked location is approximate. All the other forces are less exact.

In red are the IInd Army's forces. Some of its reserve force in São Paulo would later be dispatched to the south.

In blue is the School-Unit group, the battalion at the vanguard had 800 men. At 13:00 it was at the entrance of Barra Mansa, the last city before Resende.

In yellow is the 1st Armored Infantry Battalion. It shows up right in the middle of the road if you look at the formal hierarchy, but sources are completely silent on it. Only the Oral History, volume I (available online) clarifies that it allied with Médici, was with a very reduced structure and stayed in Volta Redonda. Why didn't it bolster the cadets along the highway? I can only speculate, as there's very little information in the only source. I've looked at the battalion's logs, available online, and they just mention that it entered readiness on the 31st with no information on the 1st.

Like elsewhere the rebels won a "moral" victory over the legalist military, a mortar platoon refused to fire and those two extra artillery batteries didn't mount to fire but instead, upon arrival at 14:00, raced at maximum speed and defected. Elsewhere at the same time Muricy's column was about to enter battle. In both cases there was not a single shot as the Ist Army's commander, Âncora, decided to visit the academy and negotiate with Kruel. This was after Goulart's had set flight from Rio de Janeiro to Brasília and the legalist hierarchy and position in the city began to melt, and at the suggestion of both Goulart and Costa e Silva, one of the two rebel masterminds. At 15:00 a truce was declared. Âncora arrived a devastated man, being received by Médici with full military honors despite calling himself defeated; Médici replied that only the fatherland's enemies were defeated. Then Âncora surrendered the Ist Army.


Bernd 06/01/2020 (Mon) 18:35:41 [Preview] No.37104 del
It's looking great.



Bernd 05/21/2020 (Thu) 19:43:15 [Preview] No. 36876 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I got the sudden idea to look up an old Hungarian science-fiction magazine, the Galaktika. I remember seeing some when I was a kid. It was published from 1972 to 1995, then restarted in 2004. They have a website now too, but after a quick look-see I have no good opinion on that for now.
Anyway I wanna browse old ones, I haven't seen on the site any, but Wikipee linked an archived ftp server with the first five issue. Maybe I'll find more. I hope, coz I won't be able to post here much otherwise.
I thought if I find something interesting, I write a little, make screenshots, post pictures from them. Or just look up Boros Zoltán's and Szikszai Gábor's works, they made great many illustrations for the magazine throughout the years. Curiously their website has a "Gallery" option, but I found an empty page there.
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Bernd 05/30/2020 (Sat) 21:02:25 [Preview] No.37076 del
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There was also an experiment with a machine which was actually a system of many machines (64) joined together. So despite the miniaturization, size may grow, and with that energy consumption too.
The growing number of parts means that more parts can fail. In a human brain redundancy is so large, that a death of a cell is not noticeable. But in a human constructed machine the failure has to be noticeable so they can change the part, fix the machine. A great challenge is that how can be constructed a reliably working machine out of unreliable parts?
A second problem they faced back then, is the overcomplication. They had to avoid creating one that too complex to use. So ease of use is one of the points they try to plan along.
For the next 20-25 years the road is paved - says the article written in 1972 - and back then in laboratories those computers or at least their plans which we were going to use in the '90s had already existed, although it's acknowledged that unexpected discoveries might change things.
AI! Right after the birth of computers the guesswork started if we could make a machine think. Enthusiasm was big. Bunch of stuff were taught to computers, from playing chess to translating languages, but these weren't thinking, just executing algorithms. This set back the expectations, they realized, while the brain doesn't speak mathematics, computers only speak that. There were happy accidents, when they tried to translate they realized linguists don't know their languages deep enough. Then computational linguistics was born (the irony: I think that's the proper translation, the text says mathematical linguistics). They realized the key question isn't if the machine thinks, but how the human brain thinks, and the steps can be programmed for machines to follow.
The author says, the use of computers was decided by the realistic needs of the societies, and the future will remain the same. Exceptions will exist, solving theoretical problems, or smaller scale projects of those who dare to dream big, but the use on large scale will be the chief deciding factor. Computers will take off the load from humans, physical or intellectual routine work will be relegated to them, and the man will use his brain what computers cannot do: thinking. We can only wish.


Bernd 06/01/2020 (Mon) 04:15:01 [Preview] No.37092 del
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Pages from The Essential Atlas which presents Star Wars lore in a more KC tier direction.
>>36927
That's trippy, what's the third about?

>>37076
>Computers will take off the load from humans, physical or intellectual routine work will be relegated to them, and the man will use his brain what computers cannot do: thinking.
That's correct, a computer can chew any data through a statistical model, but it is only productive if its user knows which model to use, and setting that aside, how to interpret the result.


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>>37092
What's bby and aby?
Also:
>Bogden
Kek.
>what's the third about?
Not sure. It's Tolkien's work, so probably some elvish stuff.

One day I really should look into this AI stuff. Last time I heard someone serious' opinion (who actually studied this on uni, and this wasn't posted on an imageboard) the thing was: "we mostly know what it won't be, but not really how it will be".
Right now this self teaching algorithms are nice, machine learning and neural networks and such, sure could be used to something well, there's always more porn to make, we'll we step over this? Again, we still living from the heritage of the 70s, everything we do, at least conceptually is the product of those times, nothing new, just more polished. I doubt we even have the time to fart around, civilizations always fall, it is coming for sure, and every sign says we are on crash course.


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>>37094
BY = Battle of Yavin i.e. Star Wars (1977). The timeline goes many thousand years before but only over a century after.


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>>37096
Ah. Thanks.



Mewsic Thread Bernd 02/21/2019 (Thu) 21:09:41 [Preview] No. 23382 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Fun
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Bernd 05/30/2020 (Sat) 01:04:38 [Preview] No.37063 del
recorded some tracks by "noone"
most is skipped because the whole collection is 8h+ and some tracks repeating


Bernd 05/30/2020 (Sat) 07:16:14 [Preview] No.37064 del
>>37063
Sounds liek vidya music. Haven't listened the whole thing, but I noticed a couple of riffs which sound very familiar, like the Mouth For War by Pantera about the end of the second track. So I have to assume these songs are vidya soundtrack style covers for a bunch of metal songs.

>>37062
Groove metal is breddy great too.


Bernd 05/30/2020 (Sat) 09:53:37 [Preview] No.37067 del
>>37064
only two last tracks seems covers, because only two last tracks actually have names (others are named like noone_0313_1999.fileext)

so the covers are probably:
funeral_iron_maiden
and
mount_for_war_pantera

these two last indeed sounds like covers, but i think the other tracks are original work


Bernd 05/31/2020 (Sun) 22:13:23 [Preview] No.37086 del
>>37067

>funeral_iron_maiden

Iron Maiden has no song named "Funeral", so may be this isn't cover.


Bernd 06/01/2020 (Mon) 07:15:49 [Preview] No.37097 del
>>37086
the correct name was "futureal_iron_maiden", i only noticed later

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Futureal



Bernd 06/20/2019 (Thu) 23:32:19 [Preview] No. 27456 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Name some idiomatic expressions from your language, give a literal translation and explain their meaning.

Cutucando onça com vara curta: "Poking a jaguar with a short stick". A reckless act.

Encher linguiça: "Filling sausages". Meaningless filler speech. Comparable to "padding out" or "beating around the bush".

Lei para inglês ver: "A law for Englishmen to see". In a strict sense this is the Feijó Law of November 7th 1831. It banned the slave trade but went completely unenforced, as it was passed only to appease Britain, which was pressuring the government to cease the import of Africans. Thus, at the time the law was said to be just for Englishmen to see, and the expression now applies to anything used only to maintain appearences. Comparable to "Potemkin village".

Tirar o cavalo da chuva: "Removing one's horse from the rain". A reference to 19th century etiquette: visitors left their horses exposed to the elements, expecting to leave quickly, but their hosts could offer to take their horses off the rain and leave them sheltered so they could spend more time. By some poorly understood semantic shift, this invitation came to mean giving up: you take your horse off the rain if you abandon some pretension.

A vaca foi pro brejo: "The cow went to the bog". A situation greatly worsened.

Dar nome aos bois: "Naming the oxen". Denouncing those involved in something, typically negative, or saying something important.

Boi de piranha: "Piranha ox". Sacrificing something of lesser value to save something greater, allegedly from cattle barges throwing away an older bovine into piranha-infested waters to save the rest. For that we have a more easily understood expression, dar os dedos para não perder as mãos ("giving away the fingers to save the hands").

Queimar a rosca: "Burning the donut". Homosex. Bolsonaro famously replied this to a homosexual on Twitter.

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Bernd 05/17/2020 (Sun) 21:03:35 [Preview] No.36806 del
>>36785
I'm mentally ill bro.
I only noticed it just now that it's an idiomatic expression thread.
But it's still bad.
Sometimes I want all other Hungarians dead so I can personify our unique suffering incarnate.


Bernd 05/18/2020 (Mon) 05:37:27 [Preview] No.36811 del
>>36803
No. Found it on internets.

>>36806
At 4:50 Sunday, I thought you were drunk. Which is very likely. Beside depressed.
The Hungarian is a sanguine nation, not melancholic. Magyar tűz, szalmaláng (= Hungarian fire, flames of hay). Deep emotions, but passing fast, and changing. But since these are strong emotions it is easy to believe they are the standard.


Bernd 05/25/2020 (Mon) 06:58:18 [Preview] No.36944 del
>>35752
How could I forget the most used one!

-No hi han moros a la costa "There are no moors in the coasr"; comes from the reconquista and the moor raids, it means that ceirtan place is free from unwanted agents


Bernd 05/26/2020 (Tue) 11:22:36 [Preview] No.36979 del
Slovo za slovo, huem po stolu - word for word, dick hit the table

Used to describe the escalation of a conflict, namely the transition from verbal disagreement to physical


Bernd 05/31/2020 (Sun) 18:15:51 [Preview] No.37083 del
üvölt/ordít, mint a fába szorult féreg = cries like the vermin stuck in the wood; when someone screams very loudly, usually unnecessary. The vermin (= féreg) in question is a wolf, the wood is a certain type of trap, which if catches a wolf, that would probably howl very loud.
farkasordító hideg = wolf screaming cold; very cold
farkastörvény = wolf law; basically lawlessness, might makes right.
farkaséhes = wolf hungry; hungry like a wolf, very hungry
farkasétvágy = wolf appetite; sames
Also the common name for nyctalopia is farkasvakság = wolf blindness.



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Bernd 05/26/2020 (Tue) 11:45:46 [Preview] No. 36981 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Hello, Berndonen

I kinda lost what was happening after the original kc/int went down. I didn't know where you migrated and just forgot about int and imageboards in general. Today I stumbled upon this place. Can you brink me up to speed as to what was happening? Why did kc go down? What was the story after that? How did you end up here? What percentage of the original poster base survived? What quality change did all this bring to kc/int spirit? Thank you

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Bernd 05/28/2020 (Thu) 14:25:18 [Preview] No.37036 del
>>37035
>It seems like it bounds to transit into something different than /kc, although with a heavy /kc heritage
It already has to some extent. The topics discussed are a subsection of kc topics but there's a greater number of lengthier, information-heavy posts and they stay for a long time because repurposing threads is favored over creating new ones.
>Assuming it won't just die.
It survived with a tiny population for a long time, it's not dying anytime soon.


Bernd 05/28/2020 (Thu) 15:42:14 [Preview] No.37037 del
>>37035
We are earlier than those two.
We are going for four years now, as my learnt colleague said above, with tiny userbase, in the foreseeable future the board will stay and remain active on a daily basis.


Bernd 05/28/2020 (Thu) 19:10:54 [Preview] No.37041 del
>>37037
>>37036
Hmm, I'll try to hang out here a little bit. The experience of staying at densely populated boards is horrifying. True degeneracy. What's the approximate number of users?


Bernd 05/28/2020 (Thu) 20:06:15 [Preview] No.37042 del
>>37041
Feel free to hang out. It isn't too difficult task, I'm confident you're gonna manage it.
Check Catalog maybe you find something you're interested in. All the threads are considered alive, so "necrobumping" is ok.
How many? The other day we calculated with 15 unique Bernds who might post an average week. But it's way lower on an average day and I suspect that much only happens if someone uses proxy or vpn. On a busy day over 10 dudes writes for sure.

If you are unfamiliar with Endchan, you might wanna look around. Home page, board list, help, faq, you can get some here and there. Topics related to running the site belongs to >>>/operate/


Bernd 05/29/2020 (Fri) 07:28:15 [Preview] No.37051 del
>>37042
Thank you for the orientation