This thread serves as a spiritual successor to >>9198 and >>12052
The wiped "General Red-Pilling" and " /pol/ webms" threads can be found in jewgle cache If they go down I'll provide the htm files I saved in this thread The threads in the cache contain all the links to files that are still kept in the endchan database, I don't know if they're permanently there or not but YOU can help everyone by making a backup of everything.
low effort shitposts, personal opinions with no arguments (muh cognitive dissonance) and off-topic discussion is not allowed here
>>56405 >Fourth time I'm saying this. Oh, are you tired of repeating yourself? Good. Now you know how I feel. >How did you find it? Searched CNN. Jeff Zucker being the CEO. Guess what he is. >the jewish telegraph agency can be trusted over someone who's lived in America for 36 years I'm not hand waving the source, however. You do realize the article that "Lawmakers from 20 states pledge to mandate Holocaust education", claiming to also include Armenian and "other" genocides is dated 2017, right? That has nothing to do with decades of historical indoctrination on the jewish holohoax. >when you're willing to delete my posts The jew cries out over something that never happened. Typical. >Hitler started it He struck first, of course. But he never started it. Again: h ttps://w ww.youtube.com/watch?v=3gPFy89q_Do (on America) h ttps://w ww.youtube.com/watch?v=v65NZpRZB3A (on Russia) h ttps://w ww.youtube.com/watch?v=3Fx6eQTCIIs (on England) That was why lend-lease was very important, but you drooled over that explanation. I know how you jews and indoctrinated non-jews think, especially given that German is a harsh language. You'll avoid paying attention to the man's own words. With a different leader, Germany would still have been crushed. This reminds me. They're never going to bring up the Dresden holocaust in schools. That's where the British under Churchill's orders firebombed and burned Germans alive. Men, women and children. Including the elderly. >Well I want to conclude I really hope so. Jews give me a headache. It's your evasive argument methods. Kikes are worse than dealing with children.
>>56379 >what in particular about Jews differentiates them from the everyone else? The fact that they're supremacists who believe all goyim should be enslaved, and the fact that "[We Jews] are the destroyers and will remain the destroyers. Nothing you can do will meet our demands and needs. We will forever destroy because we want a world of our own." - Maurice Samuel, You Gentiles, P. 155
>>56405 People who speak the truth were always hated in history, unfortunately most humans prefer comforting lies to harsh truths. This is why we live in an age of deception, the age of the Jew.
Also, there is so much evidence about Jews pulling the strings (contrary to Puerto Ricans) that I don't know why do you even try to say otherwise. Ah yes, you are not capable of doing anything else. Repeating a lie thousand times until it becomes the "truth"
And it's a false assumption that things like that would be easily found out by everyone, as the great majority of people are not willing, or not capable to dig any further than what's on surface. How many ordinary people do you know, that are willing to dig through someone's family connections, bank accounts, political connections? Or ponder the systems of control that are placed upon society? No, they would rather gulp on trash and watch reality TV.
However it was never a battle with odds on our side, as it is a heroic battle. A concept completely alien to a Jew. Few elevated individuals are worth more than thousands.
I see that it's very difficult for you to operate in an environment where you don't have a monopoly on what's considered to be "logic" If you agree with me you are logical, if not, you are paranoid and hateful. Wonderful.
current proceedings: Irma is now cat 5, expected to trail just north of Greater Antilles and south of Florida. Jose following close by in similar track. hoping for a nice show and responsible damage control in affected parts Haiti get your shit together
the arbitral tribunal finally announced rulings regarding border disputes between slovenia and croatia. however, croatia claims they will ignore those rulings because they don't see them as legitimate ever since a year ago when some phone calls between one of the members of the tribunal and some irrelevant slovenian official were leaked. however the arbitration was accepted as part of ultimatum to croatia regarding eu membership.
besides the sea border dispute, most land border disputes were results of anomalies where one republic or a municipality governed land that was nominally on the other side of the republic border.
see pictures in article. it was ruled out that: 1) gulf of piran belongs to slovenia (except for a narrow strip next to croatian coast, as opposed to border going along the centreline) and the sea border continues straight out to italian waters; slovenia doesn't get a direct contact with international waters but instead a 4.6km wide corridor is assigned inside croatian waters that slovenia gets full access to 2) land border follows the dragoña river; this means that a couple of houses (most notably, joško joras, who wrote "here is slovenia too" on his house in 2002 and had some publicised breakouts with border officials) and fields, altogether 113ha that were part of slovene municipalities and were infrastructurally connected to slovenia, stay on croatian side 3) 70ha of forest on snežnik plateau forests that were part of hungary before ww1 but was anomalously reassigned to slovenia during treaty of rapallo for no reason whatsoever, remain part of slovenia 4) 335ha large piece of clay around village of drage (northern bela krajina, foothills of gorjanci), mostly forests, that was anomalously part of croatian cadadstres goes to croatia. this is right next to the worst example of bordergore on slovene border, however the ruling does nothing to resolve that. such cases. 5) the army objects on trdina peak (in gorjanci) that were seized by slovene forces during independence war get split following the internal republic borders along the ridge within yugoslavia; the radio tower is therefore on slovenian side while the barracks on croatian 6) the border along mura river follows its old riverbet from the 19th century and not the modern-day regulated course (leaving a larger part of land on croatian side)
croatia is expected to send army on its borders and slovenia is expected to go crazy on border control to prevent tourists from reaching croatia until croatia gives a statement regarding agreeing with the outcome
>the Hungarian prime minister’s views reflecting basic common sense in certain areas
Oh god. This could mean two things: 1. he's the rare person with common sense in the EU, which is scary thought; 2. we probably stuck with him until he's to senile to be a PM. He's the most successful Soros-agent.
pan wojtek jest dla mnie najlepszy widziałem wszystkie odcinki i czytałem wszystkie książki ps to prawda xD ludzie mówią że hehe turbo katol pojeb etc, a on wcale tych poglądów tam w nachalny sposób nie przemyca to jest promil pośród naprawde ciekawej treści
It bears mention that antisocial behaviour is also active, reclusiveness is not antisocial unless it leads to lashing out antisocially. Antisocials do things like seek other people to bully, or respond to all situations with genuine hostility. There's a strong popular myth of every recluse just "building up" their antisocial behaviour, because social people are intimately deficient and tend to overadjust their assumptions about entirely different behaviour into just being a different balance of the same behaviour.
(Intimate deficiency is usually because they spend their intimacy outside of public view.)
>>10083 Consuming things aren't necessary be part of the economic scheme. But even in that consuming isn't just passive, for example when consuming services we consume all the aspect that particular service can give which can be active activities. When we use an imageboard we have access all the activities it offers which includes writing. Btw even reading isn't passive as it's decoding and interpreting strings of symbols (letters) which is an active process despite we get during that and not really give. Of course reading usually can't give the chance of feedback, reaction hence the reward of fame from others unlike writing. Here we arrived to the fact that writing on imageboards can give positive (and negative to be honest) feedback, rendering the writing not just a l'art pour l'art act, and even fame. This fame can go to that certain thought written in that particular post which then could give birth to a meme. Other times this fame creates a persona (like Wojak or ferenc) which can get credit later on.
I did not wish to imply to fit the behaviour in question into an existing -ism but I was curious if you could come up with some catchy name.
Right now I'm fed up with that permavigin rage that makes some peeps shit all over threads with good looking women in them. They can't enjoy a cute face and/or a shapely body without getting frustrated by their own state and they start to project their rage onto those grills like somehow it's their fault. This especially bad in the case of real and e-celebrities. I think the closest example is how that Bernd with the Peruvianball behaved in relation with Alizée. And this case was quite mild. Some fags out there can work themself up so much that they go out and harass their waifu (because these nutcases are actually in love with those broads and the fact that they'll never "get" them makes them angry) and they put so much energy into their shit that if they put that much into getting a real pussy that they could get one. I'm seriously considering it would be a great idea to establish state owned "how to get women" schools and official matchmaking offices with mandatory registration and shit like that.
>>10644 I know that feel fam. Niggers are retarded. It's like a chicken and the egg situation. They don't really understand the fundamental differences of men and women and then blame women for acting like women, or when they get old and don't look quite so good. Only thing that really pisses me off about women I'd say is the hair color thing. Some women I know have had the same artificial hair color for 10+ years be it blonde or sometimes just a lighter shade of brown then their natural hair color. This is time and money they waste.
>>115419 >One case in particular, participant 49, sent Pandey on an unexpected journey. He expressed remorse for raping a 5-year-old girl. “He said ‘yes I feel bad, I ruined her life.’ Now she is no longer a virgin, no one would marry her. Then he said, ‘I would accept her, I will marry her when I come out of jail.’” At least he can take responsibility. I guess.
>>13301 That's more confusing in a way though, because I've heard studios care more about opening weekends in the US but they know most of their money is coming from China, and backend merch and...I wanna say DVD sales but is it just streaming rights now? Are DVDs popular still outside of America? I was talking to a younger co-worker and she said she didn't know how to work a DVD player, I think she's like 20? I thought that was insane. They're very simple.
>>13306 re-reading my post I see it might come off a bit unclear. Basically they still base a lot of their decisions or at the very least have an initial overreaction based off of a now irrelevant metric, opening weekend box office in the US that is. Maybe they're undergoing a transitionary period. That being said I've heard this might end up being the worst year for Hollywood all around in a long time. Does that include the Chinese numbers? Do they have to pay a lot of money to do business in China?
>>13306 >That's more confusing in a way though, because I've heard studios care more about opening weekends in the US They still care a lot about that. But if a movie is expected to do well in the US on opening weekend, but very poorly in China, it's a lot harder to get made. Not impossible. But Hollywood films are big business, and the people who put their money in them (instead of the bank, or stocks, or real estate) expect significant returns. That's one of the reasons you'll almost never see a major Hollywood movie that's critical of China in any way. In fact, there was a space movie a couple years ago (might have been Interstellar, they all run together for me) where the film made a point of showing a benevolent China sending one of their rockets to save the day. Pure pandering.
As for DVD (and Blu-ray) sales, I don't know whether they're going up or down or what, but not even all of the US has broadband internet at home, and there are billions of people in the world who still don't have internet at all. Not to mention that the availability of a given film through "streaming" doesn't mean it's universally available. Streaming on what? Netflix, Hulu, HBO, etc.? If you look at people/households that have fast broadband internet and subscribe to multiple streaming services, I'm sure they don't buy many DVDs anymore. Otherwise, it remains a valuable medium for now, the occasional 20-year-old cumdumpster notwithstanding.
Law enforcement use of one tracking tool, the cell-site simulator, to track a suspect's phone without a warrant violates the Constitution, the D.C. Court of Appeals said Thursday in a landmark ruling for privacy and Fourth Amendment rights as they pertain to policing tactics.
The ruling could have broad implications for law enforcement's use of cell-site simulators, which local police and federal agencies can use to mimic a cell phone tower to the phone connect to the device instead of its regular network.
In a decision that reversed the decision of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia and overturned the conviction of a robbery and sexual assault suspect, the D.C. Court of Appeals determined the use of the cell-site simulator "to locate a person through his or her cellphone invades the person's actual, legitimate and reasonable expectation of privacy in his or her location information and is a search."
The Fourth Amendment guarantees, "The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized."
The U.S. attorney’s office in Washington declined to comment on the ruling. The prosecutors could ask for a rehearing by the three judge panel or the entire appeals court, and if those are denied take the case to the Supreme Court, though Wessler noted that the high court might not be inclined to take a case where there is no dispute among the lower court rulings.
The Justice Department issued policy guidance to its agencies in 2015 that a search warrant must be obtained for all StingRay uses, and though that is not binding on state and local police, the Metropolitan Police Department has said it would abide by that rule. The ACLU has counted 72 cell-site simulators in use in 24 states and the District, but believes there could be many more. Both D.C. and Baltimore police had signed an agreement with the FBI not to disclose or discuss their StingRay device publicly, court records show, and an FBI agent sat with prosecutors during Jones’s trial to advise them on how to handle questions about the device.
This is legally nothing: NSA archives everything. FBI has legal right to spy on any device world wide. NSA and FBI work together to keep terrorist/rapefugees "away", and since FBI has FCC contact, but legal authority FBI & NSA is allowed to disclose material to local police important to the interest of the officer regarding "national security".
I don't get the joke D.C. is trying to pull, unless some big wigs like the Clinton's don't want local PD on their child trade case
>>1829 Well at least we have cheap VPN service w/ encryption options. If you don't use Tor or a private VPN service by now, I don't know what you're thinking. As far as this issue being "nothing", to the contrary this issue enraged a lot of Americans when they found out police were putting up fake cell phone towers just to spy on their personal communications. It is news-worthy.
>>1843 Maybe I'm uneducated or unreasonable, but what does VPN services and [the U.S.] legal framework vs. real activities have to do with the OP?
Mitigation by using VPNs or onion routing was[/never has been] a good teaching tool for commoners to practice networking, but when global actors are at live play, both protocols mean nothing to ECHELON; privacy extinct. Suggesting [re-]reading the ANT catalogue to refresh the memory of why those options are completely invalid for privacy is recommended.
The article points as Periform/Avast had no idea about this malware... I don't think so. I don't think it's impossivel that this is an malware sponsored by agencies, since CCleaner is used on so many normie computers today:
Avast's antivirus was already malware. It will miss your actual virus email attachments but identify anything downloaded from a domain registered less than three months ago as a virus. Avast's logic is that if a domain is newly registered, then it must be distributing viruses. Avast does serve as an example of something that harms because it's worse than useless though.
>>13295 Everyone having a Sexy feminine body sure seem good! I guess the only way to tell genders apart would be clothing (and even then, it wouldn't be really accurate) and the bulge between the legs (also how they walk maybe?).
Also a lot less discrimination against big chest since, well, everyone would know what it feel like to some extend.
>>13295 "less violent" I doubt it, people fight for little to no reason, women are no exception. If men where just chicks with dicks, I think it would go like this ;
"-oh, this swimsuit look really cute! You'll let me borrow it, right Caren? -But John, the chest is at least three size too small, an your bulge Will rip the bottom piece... -DON'T TELL ME WHAT TO DO CAREN, you ruined two of my skirts with your cow hips, you can let me stretch your swimsuits! You'll fit in my bras soon enough anyway. -oh so I'm the one with the cow hips! Well then, your understanding are too big for your body! We can't see your navel, it's disturbing, and your lipstick don't match your nipples color! -why, you-! " Catfight ensue.
Oh and by the way, women have testosterone too, even if in lesser amount.
They said that is it because train stops for few minutes and they couldn't unload it properly or something. But even when they have time, they don't really care.
Although main problem of Russian Post is not the damage of parcels, but stealing, long delivery times (because sometimes parcel from near cities go through all Russia) and bad service. It depends on post office location though.
Platformer is called a genre, but it's so inaccurate that it's essentially a style of presentation, like 2D. It's woefully useless at describing what kind of challenge you're in for because it includes any games that have a gravitational pull to a single direction. I'm always being sold a "platformer" that ends up being carried by some entirely different mechanic but it has an occasional, trivial hole to jump over every here and there. I haven't even played most Vanillaware games yet because they don't seem to fit my niche, but I hate that I have to rely on my hunch about these things so much since reviews don't even clearly mention what kind of details there is to a game. Usually they neglect to mention everything that isn't obvious from screenshots anyway, like when they go on and on about Super Meat Boy being hard as nails as you kinda expect but won't say what kind of physics premise it's using.
Medium gravity, strong jump force and slight slip platforms that stick on contact by the way is how I would describe it. Contrast that with There's No Time To Explain having strong gravity, weak jump force, but boost momentum buildup that results in a lot more physics-based platforming. Both have the thing that's best explained by not being fixed jumping arcs. You can move in air. It's better to assume so for every game and take Castlevania as a special case, but you have to know what to say is the main difference between Metroidvanias and Classicvanias.
And that's not even exactly what I mean by platforming, it's just the control half of it. Although I guess a good game actually includes all possible kinds of interesting challenge for a given set of controls, so you can just rule them as good or bad, but I'm not really satisfied with that conclusion.
>>11211 >Like how adventure games to me mean something highly specific, like a King's Quest, Loom, with something like Myst being an outlier, and Alone in the Dark being a sort of fusion which led to things like Resident Evil. Adventure now a days is applied to stuff like Zelda or even an Uncharted.
That's a problem very similar to shooters, the issue is that Adventure is the correct name of that genre, since genres can be named any old thing and it doesn't really matter, it's more like a proper noun. The problem arises that adventure games are not actually characterized by the concept of adventure, that's just the appeal of them, and the name was not given on account of the characterizing feature. Now we have a problem because such a vague notion as adventure is better delivered by games that are in a different genre. But make no mistake, while calling them descriptively as adventure games is okay and only a problem because the genre fans dug that hole for themselves, starting to fix Ocarina of Time into the adventure game genre just because it has "adventure" in it is absolutely not correct. That just isn't how genres work, and it takes a moron to not notice since that's exactly how the adventure game genre already didn't work. Zelda isn't characterized by adventure either, it's just the appeal of it.
Genre is the generic appropriation of an ouvre. Basically what a genre director does (it's a term from film theory) is to produce films that bear the handprint of the person whose own, unique vision would be called his ouvre. Genre just means instead of one director there's several, but the overall feeling of "yeah, this shit was definitely made by him, that certain person" has to remain. It's not something you should judge on the basis that only mimicing everybody else is just normal and how its supposed to be. You're supposed to judge it on the basis that with all the options of the blank canvas and the room to either fail or succeed creatively, the genre director manages to be indistinguishable from this or that master. If that's easy, that just means there are no real masters because nobody has been able to perfect ther craft for 10 years and create any gap from novices.
New Umihara Kawase is in development for Switch. It's a puzzle platformer where you attempt to find a path you can traverse using impossible rope physics. The way it works is you launch a fishing line that has rubbery stretch physics, and pressing up or down changes the factor of stretch it has, launching you forwards that much sooner or later with appropriate force.
>>11240 I started playing this one for the SNES not sure if it's the first one in the series or not. It's really something completely different I must say. I had no idea what I was getting into but once I started moving up the treadmill thing I hooked I was a bit amazed tbqh. I love when a platformer does something just a bit different and makes an entire new type of game. Like VVVVVV with the gravity flipping instead of jumping turned traversing upside down:^)
I wish this amine was made by any other studio than David Production. Not that it did bad job or anything, but I'm getting really into how much of exactly like JoJo's Bizarre Adventure it is (except made for actual autists), and I'm worried people will take that as a gag about the fact that it's taking the place of GioGio.
No, I really mean it, Sagrada is not only just like JoJo except less intense, it's also exactly the distilled essence of the main appeal of JoJo to me. I'm moved that there is a place on earth that would even consider catering to my tastes this accurately, it's not even come across my mind very often that it could happen because almost everything is usually made for twee children or gym chads.
Not that I hate cool poses or anything, but it's like fanservice for the other portion of the fanbase.
>>22777 It's threshold is that it's paced for JDrama audience, so it has to be taken in calmly, like a British TV crime drama such as Broadchurch or like a visual novel or book. Japanese dramas sometimes go up to 3 hours per episode that you're supposed to invest your entire afternoon in, like a proper replacement for a movie night. Even this show has its episodes lumped in parts that span about 4 episodes each, and it's best watched considering those as the "real" episode count.
What it's got to offer is antics like in Steins;Gate or middle part of Death Note, they're essentially Stand battles that are being ran through in civil conversation instead of trying to kill each other except when... not. Each part has a conflict of interests between characters getting figured out and settled, that build up character relationships and explain abilities that come together in the last part.
After reading a lot of complaints about the characters being underdeveloped, I have to repeat that as a warning, these are not cartoon characters each with their unique highly identifiable funny hair. You actually have to listen to how they think to relate to them. The hook is drama.
today as I've been reading the best source of PROOFS (I mean, they're funded by a government, they literally can't be biased) I noticed this https://www.rt.com/news/394082-south-korea-kim-assassination/ >Former South Korean President Park Geun-hye was making plans to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un
since koryŏ has been quite busy lately I think it warrants a specific thread
>>10630 Might be some. But I'd bet Japanese has more Korean loanwords. I think Japanese is quite distinguishable from other East Asian languages but maybe because Japanese is the closest to Hungarian in that place.
>>10625 On the floor. You're forgetting that unlike dirty Europeans, Koreans and Japanese took their shoes off and walked barefoot when inside, so the floor stayed clean and they could easily eat and sleep there. Well from what I know about China they put food on stools or low tables but most of the stuff was floor-level. Meanwhile Europeans had to elevate work, food and sleeping facilities because they didn't take their dirty shoes off inside.
>>10630 >for quite a time Nah, try about half a century. Toyotomi Hideyoshi tried to invade Korea twice hoping to establish foothold to perhaps even try reach for the Imperial title in China but both times he got held back for long enough for Chinese reinforcements to drive him back into the sea.
I don't know about Japanese loanwords in Korean, but Chinese loanwords to Japanese mostly went through Korea first. Oh and most obvious Japanese loanwords were purged after WW2 for political reasons. Quick search revealed words like ppang from Japanese pan for bread (from Portuguese), and a lot of calques based on Chinese words like eunhaeng from Japanese ginkô for bank (which is also used in Chinese, but the word was coined in Japan).
>African food is traditionally eaten with the hands. You must take fermented dough balls, make a hole in the dough, and dip them in soup to eat the soup because they never invented eating utensils like the Chinese or Europeans. Everyone dips their hands in the same soup and then licks their hands clean.
>Africans have determined the custom of not using sanitized eating utensils has let Africans develop stronger resistance to bacteria so they can be healthier and live longer than the white men. (We have so much to learn from this noble and advanced culture.)
>Africans have resisted the calls to use eating utensials, because they value tradition and know sanitation is a Trojan horse that would lead to colonial imperialism destroying another part of their African heritage.
Have you even eaten African? You can't call yourself a refined gentleman until you have got your hands dirty in African soup.
More of these people keep coming and we have to make them feel welcome. So from now on I'm going to start eating all food with my hands, from pasta to ice cream because I Don't want to be closed-minded.
>>13163 Oh, I recognize that food. I don't know what it's called, but I liked it. Obviously I used a spoon for the soup and my hands for the bread (they had bio-degradable spoons and forks and shit at the place, it was self-serve and you paid by weight), but I've seen other people eat it without any utensils. Whatever floats your boat, I guess.
Never seen someone share a bowl though. Then again, this wasn't in Africa. It was a small, cozy restaurant in Central Europe.
>>13162 I see multiple benefits to eating with only your hands: >Allows the consumer to FEEL the texture of the food as well as the temperature and other traits, this strengthens the memories of eating this food. >No need for utensils (If plastic, contribute to landfills and pollution...). Our hands are already highly sophisticated tools capable of performing various actions. >Does strengthen the immune system by exposing the consumer to bacteria which their body must now fight off.
The people who despise of this tradition are major hypocrites if they aren't eating chips or tacos with a fork and spoon and using their hands instead. I typically eat my food with my hands, using a kitchen utensil is yet another dish I need to wash and it is much more convenient and useful to use these hands.
We all know most of the anons here were banned from cuckchan, greentext what you did. >finds CP on google >shocked.gif >asks 4chans /b of opinions if it is cp >doesn't provide source just how to find >great discussion >banned for posting CP >mfw
>>12879 if nintendo could get some decent 3rd party support and drop this amiibo bullshit i'd gladly buy a switch or had purchased a wii u. a basic switch is almost 400 bucks, a wii u refurbished is still going for $250?! it ain't even about the dough tbh, but more the initial investment versus how much you could potentially get out of it. rabbids and zelda look cool.
>>12879 I got banned for posting photographs of a child actress, fully clothed, not doing anything out of the ordinary. None of my comments about the photos were sexualized in any way, and as I recall, most of the other comments were pretty tame, too.
But this was after ownership of 4chan had been transferred to an LLC (owned by moot), and moot had "stepped down as admin" (yeah, right), and the moderators and janitors had received instructions to clean up the site in preparation for sale. So I got an "idiot pedophile" ban.
I didn't use 4chan much after that. The ban wasn't a factor: they had only banned the proxy I was using at the moment. I was just disappointed in how utterly humorless the place had become.
DEATH TO STEPHEN CURRY DEATH TO KEVIN DURANT DEATH TO DRAYMOND MONKEY APE GREEN DEATH TO LEFTIST FUCK WEED INJECTOR STEVE KERR DEATH TO THE ENTIRE WARRIORS ROSTER DEATH TO ADAM SILVER DEATH TO THE NBA DEATH TO ALL NIGGERS
>>116453 the reasoning is that its gonna happen at some point anyway, so might as well make it a 'liberating' experience and get it out of the way i guess it would only make sense if you were a faggot that has 1000+ sex partners like 50% do
Hey, thought about film recommendation with /tech/ related content. These are mine favorites. I've organized it by order that I thought was better to watch if you haven't yet. If you want to suggest others, just post on this thread.
01 - Gattaca (1997)
02 - Akira (1988)
03 - The Conversation (1974)
04 - Network (1976)
05 - Blade Runner (1982)
06 - The Lives of Others (2006)
07 - 2001: Space Odyssey (1968)
08 - Interstellar (2014)
09 - Wall-e (2008)
10 - Minority Report (2002)
11 - Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984)
12 - Brazil (1985)
13 - THX 1138 (1971)
14 - Ghost in the Shell (1995)
15 - Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence (2004)
Avalon (2001). It's a very powerful movie. Like Matrix, it questions the perceived reality created by human mind. But, unlike Matrix, it does not creates this new "reality". The author let's you imagine what it would be to live in a world more real than that we live now.
I personally don't think that's the case, but it's a good movie.
Like other film such as Truman Show, Inception and Matrix, this one will give you a shift about the way you think.
>>11146 >the leaders should also have no right to privacy. >Bullshit. The point is not if the leaders of these corporations have privacy or not, the point is that everyone lost the privacy. >For me, this movie is a clear communist message.
The book ended with the main character too far gone in drinking the company kool-aid and she turned on the black guy, betrayed him, and supported censorship and ushering in a dystopia without resisting her leaders at the company. I see the film as a more morally grey ending. Her actions resulted in a kind of communist mob rule rather than a dictatorship, and after the film ends there's still a possibility people like her parents will rebel once they see the bullshit in the e-mails of her superiors. No such possibility exists in the book, because the monsters have already won.
All rite. Let me tell you a story about a murder case from 2009. The habbening went down in the town of Veszprém which is the administrative central of the county with same name, north of Balaton. One quite evening the players of the local handball club spent their time in some local pub where they got into a fistfight with local gypsy thugs. One of the goons pulled a knife and put it in two of the handball players. A third player only got some kicks to his head. Marian Cosma (Romanian) was murdered, Ivan Pešić (Croatian) was stabbed in his kindey, the third one was a Serb, called Žarko Šešum. Their attackers run and hid. Two of them was arrested by the Austrian police and transferred back to Hungary. A third one gave himself up after a few days. These three was the main accused with four other culprits they were charged. In the end Sándor Raffael and Győző Németh got 18 years and Iván Sztojka 13. The others 2-5 years. All of them were gypsies and members of the same mob.
Deliberately cherry-picked examples to support your erroneous position.
1.) Yemeni Jews are Mizrahic. Nobody is claiming that Mizrahic Jews are white. Mizrahic Jews have brown skin. But Mizrahic Jews comprise a miniscule percentage of the overall world Jewish population. Therefore using Ethiopian Jews as a representative example of Jews in general is a laughably fallacious tactic.
2.) Ethiopian Jews are genetically almost entirely Ethiopian and only have a nominal amount of Jewish ancestry on their paternal line (and that ancestry just so happens to be Mizrahic). Nobody is claiming that Ethiopian Jews are white. They obviously have black/brown skin. Ethiopian Jews comprise a miniscule percentage of the overall world Jewish population. Therefore using Ethiopian Jews as a representative example of Jews in general is a laughably fallacious tactic.
So, you see, your position is indefensible, because your argument is constructed on false premises and dishonest tactics. You should to be de-modded immediately.
>>56395 This is exactly what you said: >>56373 >Jews ARE white. You were not specific. >your position is indefensible, because your argument is constructed on false premises and dishonest tactics Pic related. You dishonestly claim that jews are white, obvious anti-white tactics. >You should to be de-modded immediately. You would D&C like the subversive anti-white shit you are.
>>56404 >>Jews ARE white. >You were not specific. Agreed, you can't just call the Jews White as a blanket, then when somebody posts pictures of Black Jews, you try and talk about specific Jews not being White.
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Probably, most Europeans especially if they have a larger crook shaped nose rather than a small nose, which funnily enough, every other race practically has small noses, even most black africans who have large noses don't have nearly the same size as some Jews, the only other group that comes close is Arabs, which is probably where Jews come from anyways, because they are surrounded by Arab tribes and Islam was derived from Judaism.
Yeah thats because Ashkenazi jews are actually around 60% mixed European genetically, which is why they look more white than middle eastern.
Because they moved into Europe and kiddnapped little girls from wealthy families and bred with them, and then married their half white daughters off to the European aristocracy over hundreds of years in order to infiltrate and conquer the monarchies of Europe so that they would have complete control, which they finally gained through their FRMSNRY control structure which they used to overthrow the Russian Czars and then over throw the French royalty.
They probably started off in the UK british isles because it was sort of a wild west with many competing tribes which made it easy to turn into a home base, but they also infiltrated Italy, Spain, and France early on, but Germany was always a major difficulty for them which is why they staged 2 world wars with the aim of the Rothchilds making money off the wars and destroying the royalty of Germany which was preventing them from complete control.
PIC RELATED: GOOGLE images for "arab man" and look at those huge noses, not even africans have that big of noses, this proves that arabs and jews are closely related.
>>115 Nope! It's a spin-off of All In The Family, created after most of the actors left. Archie Bunker owns his own business, a bar, and a lot of new ventures take place, with mostly new characters. Very little of it takes place in the house, unlike All In The Family.
I will not be online 24/7, so you'll have to remain patient (just like the downloaders have to remain patient when I'm sharing files over Soulseek). This show is a classic, but VERY HARD to find! Take the opportunity now if you want it!
I will not be online all the time, so you'll have to remain patient (just like the downloaders have to remain patient when I'm sharing files over Soulseek). This show is a classic, but VERY HARD to find! Take the opportunity now if you want it!
>Having some transparency about security problems with software is great, but Adobe's Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT) took that transparency a little too far today when a member of the team posted the PGP keys for PSIRT's e-mail account***both the public and the private keys. The keys have since been taken down, and a new public key has been posted in its stead.
Oh, hey, look the NSA doing it again. First Clipper chip, then IPsec, now the "Simon and Speck":
>An international group of cryptography experts has forced the U.S. National Security Agency to back down over two data encryption techniques it wanted set as global industry standards, reflecting deep mistrust among close U.S. allies. >More than a dozen of the experts involved in the approval process for Simon and Speck feared that if the NSA was able to crack the encryption techniques, it would gain a "back door" into coded transmissions, according to the interviews and emails and other documents seen by Reuters.
>>11271 He means the NIST standard suite, which is true. Regardless, gpg release already includes plenty other ciphers like curve25119, chacha, some quantum ones, etc.. Friend and I play w/Curve25119 right now 4fun
Anyway, I'll answer the question for you. No, although NSA Suite B cryptography is an NSA recommendation, the NSA did not have "a massive part" in developing the algorithms in it, as your fellow retard suggested re: RSA.
AES, for example, which is the recommended symmetric cipher in the suite, uses an algorithm called Rijndael, which was developed by two European cryptographers, Vincent Rijmen and Joan Daemen. Rijndael was submitted to the Advanced Encryption Standard contest (and won), which was sponsored by NIST, but it was not created by the NSA.