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Bernd 03/14/2018 (Wed) 18:00:19 [Preview] No. 14173 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
the kc is dead
all hail kc
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Bernd 03/16/2018 (Fri) 13:00:22 [Preview] No.14369 del
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Bernd 03/16/2018 (Fri) 17:49:52 [Preview] No.14392 del
>>14353
It's a kc tier themed kc board.


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Bernd 03/26/2018 (Mon) 05:35:42 [Preview] No.15257 del
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Oh well, this is an innocent enough thread.



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Bernd 03/15/2018 (Thu) 10:13:39 [Preview] No. 14289 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
It's March 15 again, national Holiday in Hungary on the occasion of the Revolution and War of Independence of 1848-49. I wrote about this event before both on March 15 and October 6 while both date offer a different perspective. I also wrote how the country's present-day political groups injects their narration into celebration and commemoration, but especially those are obnoxius the most who have major influence on the media, like the Fidesz now. And elections will be held on April 8.
I'm not sure what to write now. I wrote about the arch of the events in the October 6 thread and I don't want to specify that more. So...

Now that I post this I know more or less where to go, and have some text already. I'll post stuff throughout the day in small blocks, I'll keep it short (and sweet) as I have other things to attend as well.
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Bernd 03/15/2018 (Thu) 18:44:17 [Preview] No.14325 del
>In the mid-19th century, Hungary's middle class consisted of a small number of German and Jewish merchants
>After 1890 the government succeeded in Magyarizing educated Slovaks, Germans, Croats, and Romanians and co-opting them into the bureaucracy, thus robbing the minority nationalities of an educated elite.
How did they trick the intelligencia? Learn a new language for free, get a well-paid bureaucracy job now, holiday in Fiume?


Bernd 03/15/2018 (Thu) 18:56:29 [Preview] No.14328 del
>>14325
Where did you find these?
While the first statement holds lots of truths. All notable towns had large population of Burghers of German origin. Jews congregated mainly in Pest I think but I'm not sure.
The second sounds like an outright lie and makes no sense. Even all before that, in the days of the Austrian Empire, when even the Hungarian language wasn't used as official (Latin and German were) the heroes of the Slavic and Vlah national awakening were sat in high ranking cozy jobs.


Bernd 03/15/2018 (Thu) 19:05:29 [Preview] No.14335 del
>>14328
Kingdom of Hungary article on wikipedia. I wanted to know how many Germans there were in Trans(sexual)leithania compared to Cis-white-male-leithania.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lands_of_the_Crown_of_Saint_Stephen


Bernd 03/15/2018 (Thu) 19:28:44 [Preview] No.14337 del
>>14335
The article don't give exact source of that second passage you quoted (citation needed hehheh). I think it's a baseless statement, they should prove with actual data.
But while some stuff in that paragraph sounds something which can be backed up with documents (for example about laws and such), the quoted on the other hand sounds something very anecdotal and hard to prove - but emotionally very mobilizing for those who are members of the said groups. I think that line is there for exactly this reason.


Bernd 03/26/2018 (Mon) 05:30:05 [Preview] No.15253 del
Jesus, four threads to bump again. Some spaz with Finnball shitposts.
Also this is a good thread to heart the feelings of certain neighbours if one would want that.



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Bernd 03/26/2018 (Mon) 01:12:38 [Preview] No. 15244 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
that feel when no gf



Bernd 03/25/2018 (Sun) 16:18:10 [Preview] No. 15208 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
That feel when last night you consumed a bunch of beer and fatty foods and now you’re on the toilet and along with beer farts the congealed, unabsorbed fat pops out of your arsehole like rubber glue and floats in strings and globs in the browned toilet water and this is how you begin your Sunday which in Gregorian reality is the start of the week and an entirely new seven days of life.


Bernd 03/25/2018 (Sun) 16:19:51 [Preview] No.15209 del
You got your pizzas?


Bernd 03/25/2018 (Sun) 16:24:55 [Preview] No.15210 del
>>15209
Yes! They finally came. The delivery guy was a total cunt, too. I used to deliver pizzas myself and if I was late I’d apologize. He was trying to make me feel bad about calling to store to ask about the status of my delivery and shoved the pizzas in my face and literally said, “Here!”

So for the first time in my life I did not tip. Uncivil behavior shall not be rewarded.



Art Thread Bernd 02/20/2018 (Tue) 06:07:48 [Preview] No. 13750 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I am not an expert on art. /disclaimer

Part of one of my high school spanish classes dealt mainly with learning about various "spanish" artists in spanish. The first of which was El Greco was probably my favorite. What led me to re-visit this subject was a hand symbol in one his portraits that pops up in a couple other of his paintings and what it's meaning is. My teacher explained it as being a secret sign christians used during their persecution, but that didn't make too much sense to me for a variety of reasons, and it seems to be a mystery still.

http://www.darkfiber.com/pz/chapter1.html
This site seems to go quite in detail into the matter.
His most notable peculiarity in painting was when depicting religious scenes or figures they'd be normally quite elongated and sometimes downright unnatural looking which drew the ire of some at the time but his natural scenes were depicted in a natural and realistic manner.
Included are a couple of triptychs:
>A work, such as an altarpiece, consisting of three painted or carved panels that are hinged together.
These are attributed to him and are circa 1568. They lack the elongated figures of a lot of his works but pre-date a alot of the ones I found with such features by about 10 years, so they may in fact be his after all, like I said I'm no expert.

I came to find out looking further into it that he, and probably other artists as well, who would paint or sculpt for churches were usually involved in much more than just doing some paintings or frescoes. He did a lot of wooden sculpting and created altars and other decorations for various churches reportedly, but they were wood and none of them apparently survived. Wikipedia says there is a sculpture but I couldn't find a picture of it.
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Bernd 02/23/2018 (Fri) 06:56:26 [Preview] No.13804 del
I'm not trying to hijack this into a book thread but I don't want to create a new thread for my question and literature is an art.
Does Bernd feel sometimes emptiness after finishing certain books and feels a bit sad it ended? Time to times I have this feels and not necessarily with books I enjoyed the most. Maybe it's something to do with the characters like I used to them "being around". Yeah something like this. The books I find awesome I read fast but on the all rightish books I can sit for some time (if they are long like several volumes of ~600-1000 pages) so it has time to be absorbed into my daily life for a longer period then I got to an end and a part of my life vanishes with that. I'm not saying I'm mourning it for days but it's an unexpected pang when I read the last lines.


Bernd 03/08/2018 (Thu) 18:45:13 [Preview] No.14071 del
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>>13782
>conception of alexander the great.jpg
>a dragon with a woman in bed


Bernd 03/10/2018 (Sat) 16:53:29 [Preview] No.14116 del
>>13782
>>14071
That pic is an illuminated miniature in a copy of Quintus Curtius Rufus' book about Alexander the Great. There are quite a few, the original existed up to the 9th century. By that time it become pretty gappy the iron teeth of time and the storms of history demanded a few pages out of it. Surprisingly it has an easily accessible Hungarian translation.
The conception and the birth of Alexander was at the beginning of the book (shocking), sadly those parts have the most hole. From the summary of the first too books reveals nothing about the fidelity (or the lack of it) of Mrs. Philippos. So the affair with the dragon most likely the product of the illustrator's imagination or opinion.


Bernd 03/10/2018 (Sat) 16:54:27 [Preview] No.14117 del
>>14116
*first two books


Bernd 03/25/2018 (Sun) 08:33:45 [Preview] No.15177 del
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Some works of Munkácsy Mihály. A romantic realist painter from the 19th century.



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Anthems / Patriotic songs Bernd 03/04/2018 (Sun) 00:13:03 [Preview] No. 13964 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Do you guys know of any good national anthems / patriotic songs? What's your favorite?

This is one of my favorites:
https://youtube.com/watch?v=aNK7biw9r5c [Embed]

It's really catchy.
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Bernd 03/04/2018 (Sun) 20:37:52 [Preview] No.13993 del
North Korean music is top tier tbh

https://youtube.com/watch?v=gGclRydi1NY [Embed]

https://youtube.com/watch?v=JFjk4_3A3xM [Embed]

https://youtube.com/watch?v=lTCZwmFv7_M [Embed]


Bernd 03/04/2018 (Sun) 20:39:59 [Preview] No.13994 del
also some obligatory remove kebab:

https://youtube.com/watch?v=Y9-mYg5VDzQ [Embed]

https://youtube.com/watch?v=nq_J2C6Hrz0 [Embed]

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>>13995
>Rhodesians never die


Bernd 03/25/2018 (Sun) 08:25:03 [Preview] No.15176 del
Another themed music thread. I stil haven't listened all.



Dragon Worship in European Noble families Bernd 02/25/2018 (Sun) 18:19:53 [Preview] No. 13830 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Don't know if I should post this question on Fringe or not, I don't want an esoteric religious fag perspective. Just a historical one...

How come in noble families such as the degenerate Bathories for example we see Dragon Worship and in general how come we see wide usage of Dragons in family emblems, crests and so forth? I'm gonna be frank here aside from a very CURSORY understanding of Norse mythology, and knowledge about the Greeks and Romans, Eureopean pagan mythology is something that completely alludes me.
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Bernd 03/04/2018 (Sun) 08:05:49 [Preview] No.13970 del
Some Hungarian coins with dragons minted on it.


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>>13969
just havin a laff m8
the filename for that painting was interesting
>The Macedonian queen Olympias, mother of Alexander the Great, sits holding her belly as her ladies-in-waiting leave her bedchamber, unaware of the ram-headed man slinking into the room. This strange figure is actually the magician and Egyptian king Nectanebo. Most versions of the legend of Alexander claim that Nectanebo, the last native Egyptian pharoah, prophesied for Olympias that she would be visited and conceive a child by Ammon, an Egyptian god with the body of a man and a ram's head. While King Philip was away on military campaign, Nectanebo disguised himself as Ammon, visited the queen's bedroom, and impregnated her. The resulting child was Alexander, whose legendary life was widely celebrated in the Middle Ages. In the Getty Museum's copy of the Mirror of History, Alexander's popular story is told in a series of eight miniatures.

explains why I've seen Alexander portrayed with ram horns, but why is, if that's supposed to Ammon or a priest impersonation Ammon I wonder why he's depicted as a dragon in that particular work.


Bernd 03/04/2018 (Sun) 08:43:30 [Preview] No.13972 del
>>13971
Reminds me of Pan. Which figure was used by much later Christian artists to depict Satan. Also Slayer.


Bernd 03/06/2018 (Tue) 17:11:24 [Preview] No.14015 del
Another important family of the 14th century, the gens Lackfi (or Laczkfi) had CoA with a dragon. They inherited it from their ascendants, the Hermán or Hermann clan who had German origin.


Bernd 03/25/2018 (Sun) 08:24:23 [Preview] No.15175 del
Order of the Dragon emblems and CoA.



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The 13 Martyrs of Arad Bernd 10/06/2017 (Fri) 16:27:19 [Preview] No. 10930 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Its 6th October the commemoration day of the 13 Martyrs of Arad. It's not a national holiday but schools for example usually do some form remembrance.
On this day in 1849 twelve general and one colonel of the Hungarian Defense Force was executed as part of the retaliation of the Habsburg Court after the 1848-49 war of independence. On the same day suffered martyrdom at Pest the prime minister of the first responsible government, Count Batthyány Lajos too.

To go on in larger extent what went down during the revolution and the following war would be long and wouldn't really fit for the subject so I'll write little this and little that.
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Bernd 03/04/2018 (Sun) 14:40:04 [Preview] No.13979 del
>>13978
He is easily googled, and looks like he is relatively known person in Buryatian historian community at least. Although sometimes he looks "fringy", he located gold of Kolchak in Baikal etc, i.e. articles about him have some "shock" value. Or he just likes PR much. Although he looks like scientist, not pseudoscience freak as many others, but he has some freaky style if you'd read about his discoveries. I couldn't comment of his authenticity because I'm not into archeology.

Here is some large article about him personally: http://nbrb.ru/?p=24217
He found multiple archeological things like ostrich eggs in Buryatia, something related to Baikal water levels etc. Petefi is also in list.

Here is interview about Petefi: http://ulan.mk.ru/articles/2016/08/10/buryatskiy-kraeved-aleksey-tivanenko-naznachen-sopredsedatelem-mezhdunarodnogo-instituta-petefi.html
He says about some documents that were found etc, also about Petofi at all, his life and poetry.

Here is pretty large (26 pages) document about Petefi with images, some docs and links to other works: http://uuchurch.ru/Petefi.pdf

He also wrote a large book: D0%A2%D0%B0%D0%B9%D0%BD%D1%8B%D0%B9_%D1%83%D0%B7%D0%BD%D0%B8%D0%BA_%D0%A1%D0%B8%D0%B1%D0%B8%D1%80%D0%B8.html?id=jgn2jwEACAAJ&redir_esc=y">https://books.google.ru/books/aboutD0%A2%D0%B0%D0%B9%D0%BD%D1%8B%D0%B9_%D1%83%D0%B7%D0%BD%D0%B8%D0%BA_%D0%A1%D0%B8%D0%B1%D0%B8%D1%80%D0%B8.html?id=jgn2jwEACAAJ&redir_esc=y
I couldn't easily find it in internet, libgen has only his other works. They also say that Hungarian version will be available (or available already).

I didn't really fully read this, it is pretty large topic. From a first look: some local sources, metrics (that were lost after) and documents say, that Petefi was alive in Barguzin, had a wife, got kids. Some poetry were found too, and "Hungarian scientists said that they are real". About female bones: expedition that said this had some political issues.

There is also link to this related book: https://www.antikvarium.hu/konyv/armando-lucifero-petofi-sandor-sziberiaban-341506


Bernd 03/04/2018 (Sun) 14:44:12 [Preview] No.13980 del
>>13979
Shit, this site clearly doesn't like some symbols in links.

Here is two google books links:

https://goo.gl/sAR3NE - small book from 1991 (33 pages)
https://goo.gl/tBCiGt - large new book from 2016 with 258 pages.

Although I don't think that someone could find them without going to some Buryatian libraries.


Bernd 03/04/2018 (Sun) 17:05:21 [Preview] No.13986 del
>>13979
>>13980
Thanks! That really helped. So he doesn't seem to be a crook, he just lieks controversial topics. I'll check the links.


Bernd 03/04/2018 (Sun) 20:29:27 [Preview] No.13992 del
>>11154
I actually seen someone with a Habsburg chin irl before


Bernd 03/25/2018 (Sun) 08:11:51 [Preview] No.15173 del
Oh well.



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Language Learning Thread Bernd 07/18/2017 (Tue) 23:44:36 [Preview] No. 9015 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
What language are you learning, Bernd? I am currently learning some Spanish, although my vocabulary is still small and my grammar needs work. Does anyone know of some good resources for learning Spanish and other languages? What are some languages you think that everyone should learn?
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Bernd 02/15/2018 (Thu) 20:03:58 [Preview] No.13689 del
>>13643
out of curiosity what methods are you using for this? I found there was a lack of good resources on the internet for learning Welsh


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Duolingo could be better I think. They need to, in addition to their current "lessons" need a general vocab thing similar to how an Anki flash card system would work and I feel like, at least for the language I'm studying, but probably all languages would have some benefit to it as well, if they had exercises where you'd diagram sentences so you could familiarize yourself with the grammatical structures better.
I fucking hated diagramming sentences in school but it really drilled that shit into your head.


Bernd 03/02/2018 (Fri) 16:51:42 [Preview] No.13942 del
>>13934
Seconded. I like those ideas.

t. fucked around with duolingo and not found it enough in itself


Bernd 03/03/2018 (Sat) 19:06:23 [Preview] No.13958 del
>>13934
I tried duolingo myself before too, it was okay for learning basics but nothing much beyond that. I guess it would be useful for holidays, business trips etc.


Bernd 03/25/2018 (Sun) 08:09:58 [Preview] No.15172 del
Lernu esperanton.



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Bernd 02/23/2018 (Fri) 02:17:33 [Preview] No. 13802 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]

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Bernd 02/27/2018 (Tue) 21:37:08 [Preview] No.13875 del
what's so worrying about the idea of nonexistence? it isn't as if you'll be there to experience it


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>>13875
Because you nihilistic fuckwit, some of us don't want to die without leaving some sort of mark behind. Whether it's a tangible accomplishment, memes, or just a positive impact towards those we love. For most though this doesn't stem from altruism, but as evidence that they were alive and managed to do something with their fleeting existence.

In my opinion, both those who do it for altruism, and selfish proof of existence are in the right. Life may have no meaning, but that doesn't mean we should be mindless parasites floating through the noisy cacophony of space. Nor does it mean we should be mindless virtue signaling sycophants with no distinguishing traits.

*teleport behind you*

<BANG

Nothin' person-elle kid-dough


Bernd 02/28/2018 (Wed) 10:22:39 [Preview] No.13882 del
I talked to my dad about the cryogenics. His response to it was negative. "What's the point of living if everyone you know is dead?"

I found that statement to be strange since there's always people who you will never encounter again anyways whether they're dead or not, so what difference would it make? Like moving to a new school or graduation.


Bernd 02/28/2018 (Wed) 16:41:54 [Preview] No.13892 del
>>13882
Maybe the "know" meant "friends and family". And "friend" mean more than "pal from the pub". But then their lives could be prolonged. Except if you participate in an experiment or something.


Bernd 03/25/2018 (Sun) 08:08:28 [Preview] No.15171 del
How to live forever?