>>10416 I could ask, but his response won't be satisfying. It's the same as the mailing list and previous email. He clearly can't say you are wrong and I doubt he would admit to arrogance so his options are call you a fool without evidence again or not reply. Like I say, the fact he even gave you notice was impressive.
If he responds, it would be interesting to see if he tries to give examples. If there are any (and I doubt there are) they will be from the District of Colombia (DC likes to help the poor, especially in, say, landlord-tenant disputes, for instance), but they wouldn't be applicable to the Third Circuit where GRSecurity now resides, nor would they be applicable to middle-class programmers (who are not indigent), nor would they likely be applicable to plaintiffs bringing an action at all.
I was brainstorming the next step in bringing an action: one is supposed to think of all the little affirmative defenses an opponent might bring as-well as all the procedural hurdles they will place in your way.
Basically it seems that Bruce has publically libeled me in the worst way: questioning my professional abilities, and now since you investigated; we have evidence that he, indeed, did mean it the way we (and likely others on the debian user mailing list) took it.
I imagine that he would like to retract his article, since it was induced by a "fool", however if he were to do so that would impact his reputation, and, ofcourse, there would be a new slashdot, soylentnews, ycombinator (hacker news) story on the retraction.
I do not imagine, however, that he will pursue the GRSecurity case further. A "fool" used him as an implement and he would wish to go no further I would imagine.
Note: one can compare my write-ups on the GRSecurity situation and then his later article. You will see echos of my language. I certainly did.
Thanks for sending that mail. I would be interested to see if he responds again for a clarification.
It's escalating. Prepare yourself Britain. The natives are enraged by "soft brexit" and the youth are sick of being told they are a lower class as white British.
This is just the fucking tip, wait until people realise they have five more years impending.
>>1232 >How do we end or reduce bullying? This girl is a case of misplaced rage at best.
Truth be told, I don't know why the fuck anyone would send their child to school if they can homeschool. School is not a place where kids become smart. Imagine you are stuck in a room with 30 other kids, there is no time for individual attention and care for your learning from that teacher. At best you are too smart for the class and your learning is slowed to the pace of the majority or at worst you didn't understand something and are left behind as the majority of the class progresses. Not to mention all the brain washing about "how to be trans", "how to race mix" and "whites are evil and should have less rights." I would feel unending guilt putting a child through that.
>>1235 >Imagine you are stuck in a room with 30 other kids, there is no time for individual attention and care for your learning from that teacher. At best you are too smart for the class and your learning is slowed to the pace of the majority or at worst you didn't understand something and are left behind as the majority of the class progresses. Not to mention all the brain washing
this truth will always "kill" inside people who "know" basic shit still the truth
Powerful Photo Shows That Women Aren’t The Only Ones Who Get Periods
>A transgender artist released a powerful photo last week in an attempt to broaden the cultural understanding of the different types of people who experience menstruation.
>Cass Clemmer, who uses they/them pronouns, posted the photo of themself on Instagram on July 12, depicting them free-bleeding while holding up a sign that reads “Periods are not just for women #BleedingWhileTrans.”
>Clemmer, who works as a menstrual health activist, told HuffPost that they decided to stage the photo after the backlash to The Adventures of Toni the Tampon: A Period Coloring Book a coloring book they created to introduce kids of all genders to the human experience of menstruation.
>“I remember sharing for the first time with a friend of mine that I wasn’t able to wear my binder that day because I was on my period and my boobs had swelled up so much that it made it hard to breathe,” Clemmer told HuffPost. “We had been friends for awhile and she’s a feminist activist, but when I realized that not even she had considered what it was like for people like me to experience bleeding on a (ir)regular basis I knew that I had to go public with my story to help shift the mindset around tying periods to womanhood and femininity. Not all people who menstruate are women, and not all women menstruate.”
>>1243 I think I completely cocked that up. Like I laughed when I came up with the punchline, but then I reverese-engineered the joke into nothing but a poor buildup without even a punchline. This is the quintessential bad comedy, you could put this in a source book.
>A deadly shooting at Israel's Embassy in Jordan further complicated Israeli government efforts on Monday to find a way out of an escalating crisis over a major Jerusalem shrine, including mass Muslim prayer protests and Israeli-Palestinian violence. >The shooting, in which an Israeli security guard killed two Jordanians after being attacked by one of them with a screwdriver, led to a diplomatic standoff between the two countries at a time when Jordan is heavily involved in efforts to defuse the crisis over the Jerusalem holy site. >Jordan is the Muslim custodian of the shrine, which is also holy to Jews. The 37-acre walled compound is the third holiest site of Islam, after Mecca and Medina in Saudi Arabia. It is also the holiest site of Judaism, revered as the place where biblical Temples once stood. >Jordanian officials said Monday that the guard could only leave after an investigation, according to a news site linked to Jordan's military. Israel insisted the guard has diplomatic immunity. >Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he spoke to the guard and assured him that Israel has experience in dealing with such a situation and would bring him home. He said Jordan's ambassador to Israel came to the Foreign Ministry earlier Monday "to help solve the crisis." >The drama played out as President Donald Trump's Mideast envoy, Jason Greenblatt, headed to the Holy Land on Monday. It was the first sign of a high-level, on-the-ground attempt by the Trump administration to end the standoff between Israel and the Muslim world. >The holy site is known to Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as the Temple Mount. That guard is going to get sacrificed to Baal, calling it now.
refugee from 4chan to 8chan to diaspora now i guess. i've been trying all of the chans i know but they have small userbases compared to 4chan and 8chan. i've heard good things about nntpchan but haven't tried it. and blazechan has innovative features.
8/tech/ users are 95%+ larpers who never code. i remember back 2014 - 2015 it was completely different. there were groups legitimately trying to help anons gitgud but nothing came of it.
it's sad and very frustrating the cycle of the chans.
>>10428 i used both /pol/ and /tech/ on 8chan. 2014 there were a lot of crossposters. but they coded and didn't use the board for shitposting. there was an effort to help interested anons on /pol/ gitgud with self-improvement threads. blame it on the mods when they started banning self-improvement threads they drove out core users leaving only idiots who spread to and degrade board quality on all boards. when new users come to /pol/ they see these idiots and learn to act like them.
8/prog/ maybe is still worth something.
we should start monthly library threads here (or, tri-monthly since the board is slow). work with a new library every month and compete to see who comes up with the best shit. 8/tech/ did this early 2015 and then it died out. but they were some of the threads i enjoyed most. we should restart it. be the change you want to see.
>>10459 Pretty much. It kind of kills the magic when you can watch some tryhards awkwardly backspacing and rewriting a ten character meme a dozen times. ฏ๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎ ฏ๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎ ฏ๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎ ฏ๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎ ฏ๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎ ฏ๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎ ฏ๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎ ฏ๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎ ฏ๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎
Live posting can be pretty good, in theory. Unfortunately the one's I've seen are full of avatarfags and blog posters. If you like tight knight communities with the occasional pretentious larper then you'll fit right in. Chanpink looked horrible and i doubt I'll find myself there again; if you asked me for an example of a consistently good anonymous image board, i wouldn't have any, live or not. Unfortunately.
Spent some time looking non-animated thumbnails for GIFs.
I need to know the following NON-JS users: do you prefer animated GIFs thumbs or static thumbs?
The only way I can make it configureable for NON-JS would to be to require a log in for setting storage and I don't think any one wants to have to log in to get their settings. Also let me know if I'm wrong on that too.
you are doing something really STUUUUUUUUPID!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
If the "GIF" is over 1MB, render to .mp4. All browsers still first frame display of the video before "play". everyone is doing this for beyond blatant reasons like JPEG became the web standard. Webm encoded AC1 is competing for this status, like opus won the audio lossy debate. Javashit will always be javashit. It should have never existed.
working with a developer from /librejp/, we'll made some minor adjustments on page loading and refresh. We're trying to: 1. Make sure freshly added posts at the bottom of the page have all the same bells as whistles at the posts that were there when the page loaded 2. Cut down on browser stalls when processing large pages
Let me know if you notice anything better or worse.
Hi odili here some serious questions: Are IP's stored in any form or will they get deleted after some months? What about banned IP's? Do you look into the non-hashed IP's of people including guys you don't like from political or any other aspect (for example me)?
I can remember some weeks ago there was some range ban applied on /pol/ and I could see the range of the IP's I use to post on /pol/. It popped in the error message and I was able asked to blockbypass it as if I was using Tor. It happened when I spammed ocoletts /pol/. Coincidentally oclolette also talked about IP range bans in the meta exact the same time when the error message occurred. Does it means he contacted you and you tried to ban IP ranges on demand of a BO? Do you value a BO over users just because of his status? What is your relation to ocolette?
Do you have any logs like 8chan (where its logged what picture you clicked and how long you looked at it until you minimize it, etc)? It does not really matter if you delete the logs later on but are there any logs? Are there any logs/profiles related to accounts and tags?
>When I go to moderate thread to clean up floods, the ip is of interest to me. I always like to know how the flood happened and who's doing it. >>Do you look into the non-hashed IP's of people including guys you don't like from political or any other aspect (for example me)?
>No. Wait what?
>>6809 >There was some work done to create a cleaner but I haven't check on the status of it yet. I'd like to clean out ip after X amount of time (maybe a week?). IPs should be deleted after some (short period of) time because endchan could be hacked and IPs leaked. Reminder: 8/pol/ IP leak (that exposed Jim was storing all IPs for years).
Here is a log from 01/03/2017 https://endchan.xyz/.global/logs/2017-01-03.html >Time: 01/03/2017 (Tue) 15:37:55 >User ecco denied an appeal for ban 584feb99abc2b4ebXXXXXX. You see [first pic] his IP is stored on this server for over half a year now.
>Not sure what you mean by tags? It's possible to create logs in combination to a hash tag/tripcode. people use tags to identify themselves or as a group of people. It's possible to create a database to each hashtag and log everything in relation to a specific tag.
<Do you look into the non-hashed IP's of people >No.
>>6809 >>6811 Excellent posts. My main concerns with an IP cleaner are how bans would be handled. I suppose you could use a 1-way hash for banned IP addresses, and keep those in a bans table indefinitely. 1-2 weeks seems appropriate for IP storage time.
How long is the flood timer for TOR?
I open 5 threads so I can post in them every evening, but it takes me 40 minutes total to make a post in each (5 posts), what the fuck?
I swear the flood time is like 5 minutes for tor.
>>10439 Most people are in it for the memes, sadly, but he actually has interesting things to say. I talked with him a lot a few years ago when he still posted on /tech/ and /templeos/ and had a channel on Rizon. It's a problem with the "CIA niggers xd" people, not with Terry Davis per se.
I spend too much time pondering and editing my old memories and looking back into the past rather than creating and fostering new memories, and I believe that this problem is happening to many of you as well. It seems that content and activities that used to entertain us have stopped being entertaining, and the world has just become more shitty and boring. Before, these mediums were funny and people made posts with intelligence to back them up, and people didn't take the world seriously, life is too short to worry and deal with normalfag problems. /pol/ always loves to blame the jews, but I seriously am starting to ponder the possibility of a malicious group that is subverting all of the small and interesting communities and sending normalfags into a deeper trance, they don't need to think when they are told what to think and are fed endless piles of temporary pleasures and entertainment. I don't believe any anons believe how difficult it is to usurp control from each individual country and be able to manipulate and control many various events at once, but it is very much possible with some interesting technology...
If someone built a special machine that could change the very way people think... I have thought of and conceptualized technology such as this, and knowing that out there someone else has thought of it as well and has put it to use... They could take over the world with ease and control it by pressing a few keys on their laptop from the safety of their home.
This shit is unacceptable.
Deleting OC from extremely slow boards for no reason at all?
1. immediate dismissal/resignation of 0b5c3n3 as global vol
2. public apology from either him or the glovol team on behalf of him
>How do you expect /int*/ to enjoy this imageboard if we can't flood our own boards in the name of free speech? I don't. We've never said Endchan is a bastion for all types of speech. /int*/ has like 2-3 IBs, they can flood another one.
>I could somewhat understand if it were causing damage to the server, but there is no reason to ban flood outright. It is consuming our resources and can impact perceptions and reputations if one of top ten boards is flooded.
>>6810 >If you had worked out something with Balrog and I've misinterpreted the rules, then I'm sorry but afaik I'm following Balrog's wishes. You are incorrect. In fact, the rule is the way it is specifically because of /AM/. Given the number of boardwipe funtimes that have happened over the last couple months I've considered changing it, but in the meantime it's still spam-deletion-only.
>We've never said Endchan is a bastion for all types of speech. /int*/ has like 2-3 IBs, they can flood another one. To elaborate on this, I believe that endchan should be a place where you have a choice in just how spammy and shitposty you want your board to be, based on your board's subject matter and community. /int*/ (or whoever is propping up /int*/ for their own purposes) has made it their avowed goal to deny you that choice and force everyone to be all zero-content shitposting all the time. That shit ain't cool.
>>6805 >2. Rule are subject to change at any time. They're not fixed in stone. Bullshit. No sane person ever punishes people retroactively. If you want to change the rules then announce a change, then act on it. Everyone on endchan is tired of imkampfy and mark and their constantly changing "rules".
>1. I didn't change the rule, it's always been that way. Bullshit.
>can impact perceptions and reputations if one of top ten boards is flooded What???? An imageboard where the 2nd rule is "loli ok"?
An imageboard about death and the end of the universe?
An imageboard - good reputation?
Ahahaha faggot! Good joke!
>Hackers who breached a Kansas Department of Commerce data system in March had access to more than 5.5 million Social Security numbers in 10 states, along with another 805,000 accounts that didn’t include the Social Security numbers, according to records obtained from the agency.
>The department will be required to pay for credit monitoring for most of the victims of the hacking, according to records obtained through an open records request by the Kansas News Service (http://bit.ly/2gQcgoq ).
>Besides Kansas, the other states affected by the hack are Arkansas, Arizona, Delaware, Idaho, Maine, Oklahoma, Vermont, Alabama and Illinois.
>The suspicious activity was discovered March 12 by America’s Job Link Alliance-TS, the commerce department division that operates the system. It was isolated March 14 and the FBI was contacted the next day, according to testimony from agency officials to the Legislature this spring. The Kansas News Service filed its open records request May 24 and the commerce department fulfilled the request Wednesday.
>A commerce department representative didn’t immediately return a call Friday from The Associated Press seeking comment.
>The data is from websites that help people find jobs, such as Kansasworks.com, where people can post resumes and search job openings. At the time of the hack, Kansas was managing data for 16 states but not all the states were affected.
>After the hack, AJLA-TS officials called in a third-party IT company specializing in forensic analysis to verify the coding error the hackers exploited was fixed and to identify victims.
>The documents show the commerce department also contracted with private companies to help victims, provide IT support and to provide legal services. The state is paying $175,000 to the law firm and $60,000 to the IT firm. The commerce department didn’t provide the cost of the third contract.
Hie, I'm trying to find a good solution to never get out of storage on my HDDs, for my backups and my regular use.
What is your data storage solution?
I want, if possible, a solution that is the most freedom compliant.
There is the usb HDDs, 3/4 plugged on a rasp.
There is the NAS with 3.5' HDDs in it.
Maybe a cheap 20$ computer with the HDDs in it with linux installed...
What should be the best? What HDD to buy (there are these backdoors, even though I don't think I can find any without)
I just use external usb drives for "cold" data storage, but I have encrypted password files on floppies that get refreshed/replaced from time to time(multiple, for redundancy). I have an old pentium 3 era machine I will probably end up putting sata drives in (with IDE adapters of course) for intermediate storage so I dont have to worry too much about backdoored hardware.
Honestly I have never heard of backdoors in hard drives, but then again anything with firmware is vulnerable.
Trump Sends Feds In To Raid NY’s Islamberg After 2 DECADES – Uncover America’s WORST Nightmare
>There’s a mysterious hidden Muslim compound called Islamberg that’s nestled deep within the woods of the Catskill mountains in New York. The only way to access the 70-acre compound is through primitive dirt roads, where more than 100 Muslims live in seclusion away from the prying eyes of curious Americans. >For over two decades, infidels have been prohibited from entering, as anyone attempting to enter will be “greeted” by armed Muslims patrolling a guard shack at the compound’s entry gate. >Without access to the compound, there’s been no way to confirm rumors about the location being used as a training ground for Muslim terrorists. >But after an alarming incident involving one of the Islamberg residents, police were finally able to obtain a warrant and raid the place. >what they discovered that these Muslims have been quietly plotting for years is nothing short of chilling. >or over two decades, this cult-like group of Sharia Law-following Muslims have lived quietly under the guidance of Pakistani Sheikh Syed Mubarik Ali Shah Gilani, a radical Muslim with known ties to Jamaat al-Fuqra, a terror organization responsible for a long list of terrorist activities around the world, including murders of rival religious figures in the United States. >Locals in the area have often times reported the sounds of gunfire and explosions emanating from the compound, but because the Muslims weren’t necessarily breaking any laws, there was nothing that law enforcement could do except keep a close eye on the place from a distance. >Shortly after arresting Ramadan Abdullah for theft, the Muslim’s answers about why he was stealing ammunition raised suspicion among police, who then decided to obtain a search warrant to investigate their suspicions further. >During their raid they discovered a massive stockpile of illegal weapons throughout the Islamberg location, including 8 assault weapons, 4 loaded handguns, 1 loaded shotgun, 2 rifles, 64 high-capacity ammunition feeding devices, and body armor, including thousands of rounds of .50 caliber ammunition capable of piercing body armor. >After Abdullah’s arrest, authorities began looking closer into his background, discovering that the Muslim is a long-time associate of the U.S.-based Islamist terrorist organization, Muslims of America (MOA), and was the very same Muslim who was arrested back in 1977 after police discovered enough material at his home to build 50 bombs. >Thankfully, Abdullah is being held without bail at the Broome County Jail.
>>1226 >8 assault weapons, 4 loaded handguns, 1 loaded shotgun, 2 rifles, 64 high-capacity ammunition feeding devices, and body armor, including thousands of rounds of .50 caliber ammunition capable of piercing body armor That's all they could come up with after two decades? The shitters who shot up that club in France got roughly half of that within a couple of months and in a country whose gun rights are worse than California's to boot.
https://archive.is/msrlb >The Ministry of Justice has said it will review the cases of child sex abuse victims denied compensation because they were deemed to have "consented". >Around 700 children have been refused compensation by the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority since 2012, some because they were judged to have gone along with their abuse and had therefore not suffered an "injury". >The charities, including Rape Crisis, Barnardo's and Victim Support, said that in some cases young teenagers who had been raped by multiple people were refused compensation, even where the perpetrators had been convicted of sex offences
>>10447 >It's probably not intended. Hope so...
>Is there a place where you can report shit like this ? I don't know, maybe FSF itself could help, since Github is meant to be FLOSS and it's violating the use others to access it's website.
>>10448 >Did you try another exit node? Yep, many.
>So much for NATO-alliance members working for the common good.
>In a move that has angered the U.S. for obvious reason, Turkey’s state-run news agency Anadolu Agency has leaked the precise locations of U.S. bases in northern Syria. The move - which exposes the exact locations of American soldiers on the front lines in the war-torn nation - has sent the ongoing feud between the two NATO allies to new lows. As Bloomberg details, in reports published in both Turkish and English on Tuesday, Anadolu provided detailed information about 10 U.S. bases in northern Syria, including troop counts and a map of the U.S. force presence in the Turkish version.
>Needless to say, the Pentagon was furious. According to the Daily Beast, Washington was so incensed that it even tried to prevent US media from reprinting the story, after it had already appeared in the Turkish media.
>“The discussion of specific troop numbers and locations would provide sensitive tactical information to the enemy which could endanger Coalition and partner forces,” Colonel Joe Scrocca, director of public affairs for Operation Inherent Resolve, reportedly wrote to the New York-based Daily Beast, which was the only major US outlet to pick up the story by Wednesday morning. "Publishing this type of information would be professionally irresponsible and we respectively request that you refrain from disseminating any information that would put Coalition lives in jeopardy,” Scrocca added.
Video : WWE’s Shane McMahon In NY Helicopter Crash
A small helicopter carrying the son of WWE chairman and CEO Vince McMahon made an emergency crash landing into the waters off of Gilgo Beach, New York, Wednesday morning.
The FAA says the Robinson R-44 helicopter with two aboard landed on its pontoon skids about a half mile off the coast just before 10:30 AM. Neither Shane McMahon nor pilot Mario Regtien was injured.
"We heard some noise, and it became very clear to me that I could no longer continue flying the helicopter," Regtien said. "So I decided to do an autorotation landing in the water."
The FAA said Regtien sent out a mayday call just before landing in the water. A commercial flight headed into JFK Airport heard the call and radioed to the FAA.
Emergency responders, including two lifeguards, picked up the two and ferried them onto the shore. Both were wearing life jackets. NYPD Aviation and SCUBA units also responded and assisted in the rescue.
Wal-Mart Forced To Apologize For Retail Wig Ad Describing Color As 'Nigger Brown'Reader07/18/2017 (Tue) 07:26:11 Id: 178e78[Preview]No.1220[Reply]
>Mega-retailer Wal-Mart is drawing fire for publishing an ad on its website Monday that included a racial slur. >The retailer based in Bentonville, Ark., featured an ad on its website early Monday offering a wig cap for sale in which the color was described as nigger brown. The ad has since been removed and Wal-Mart told the Huffington Post that it has determined that the product was sold by a third-party seller posing as a company out of the United Kingdom. >Wal-Mart said Monday night it was working on suspending the account of the third-party seller. >Wal-Mart apologized for the ad in a statement via social media. >"We are very sorry and appalled that this third party seller listed their item with this description on our online marketplace," Wal-Mart said via Twitter. "It is a clear violation of our policy and has been removed, and we are investigating the seller to determine how this could have happened." >The retailer tweeted the response to various members of the public who asked Wal-Mart what it was doing. >The ad featured a wig cap by a company called Jagazi Natural in size medium and included the color description with the slur. The product was offered for $7.28. >Wal-Mart removed the racial epithet from the headline but customers pointed out via social media that the word remained in the ad's description beneath, the Huffington Post reported. A search for the ad Monday evening showed that it had been removed.
cant post on 4jizz /g/ without having to use a non banned proxy or personal ip so ill ask this here.I and am having issues compiling. Is it usually a dependency thing or do you just make && sudo make install ?
We have a problem with /pol/. One of our newly appointed mods is apparently the "nigger spammer" who is using Tor to bump old threads. I am suspecting the BO and the mod to be either one and the same person using different VPN mod accounts or BO has hi-jacked the board to crash it by employing his friends or family members.
Right now i was banned for exposing the new mod to be the spammer himself in the board own meta thread. As you may understand /pol/ is a NS board which is targeted by so many groups of people.
While the new mod is creating dozens of "honey pot" threads old popular threads were slid and /pol/ is dying.
The board is dying and I don't know what we suppose to do.
Some posts and threads are deleted, I myself was banned in the meta thread. The mods are creating a chaos and they they use it to ban random people and lock and delete unwanted threads.
The BO himself has developed the tactic to let the mods do the job for him so he keeps his clean image. Once a mod has messed up the board far enough he simply replaces him (likely with the same guy by deleting the old mod account and creating a new one. Ocolette is owning the board for approximately 5 months now and it has become same bs as 8/pol/ were people are getting banned unfairly and for ridiculous reasons.
I have taken screenshots and archived all evidence. I'm ready to upload it if required.
People are now leaving /pol/ in big numbers and I ask you to help to save the board from Ocolette and his moderation.
odili all you need to know about this guy is he is called "hitler spammer" or "schlomoko". all he said against me is he himself. he is mentally sick man who spams each thread with clusters of pictures and screenshots taken out of context and he derails each conversation. he is also accusing pretty much everyone to be a jew and and posts red text.
non of what he says you can trust because its manipulated bs and he is usually ignored like we ignored him in this thread.
here on this thread you can see how he is acting: 1.) he found this thread after someone licked it in the /pol/meta. 2.) he spammed hitler to make it look like he likes hiter. through this he thinks people believe he is from /pol/ >>6626 >>6631 he adds some screnshots which he took out of context to present one side of the narrative. next me and ocolette ignore him so he starts getting upset trying to drag attantion to him with multiple posts: >>6631 >>6634
here is the screenshot of hitler spammer derailing and shitting up the meta thread. he posts four times in row topic/meta unrelated cluster spam while calling new anons "batshit crazy" (pretty much what he himself is). its not meta related content and rather an attempt to slide the thread. he does the same across all threads and he even came here to do continue his shit posting and spamming. he even spammed the webm thread. probably he is doing it to scare away new visitors to we can never have good conversations on /pol/
i ignored him so far on this thread but i think everyone should be reminded that this guy needs to be banned.
First you leave CP on the front page for DAYS and somebody has to make a thread on /operate/ (!) to ask you delete front page CP. Odili himself has to delete it because glovols are busy jerking it to underage girls.
Then you delete OC from /AM/ because "it looked like CP to me". Of course you would know since you volunteer to look at CP for free so you can determine whether you need to "delete" it.
Now you talk down to the /AM/ BO as if it's his first day. Not only that but you pedos are illiterate as well.
>delete for rule 3 Let me copy paste rule 3 for you:
3. No flooding/spamming for the purpose of advertisement.
Let me explain it for you pedovols:
3. No spam if the spam is meant to advertise.
So you now delete an entire catalog for no reason at all.
And then you talk as if the BO doesn't know how to moderate.
Get a life stupid pedos.
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>Whilst traveling on the Oregon highway today in Depoe Bay, drivers had a chance to catch a rare glimpse of something quite spectacular. A truck loaded to the top with live eels overturned, turning the coastal road into a slimy mess.
>The Oregon State Police on posted a photo on Twitter that showed damaged cars which were covered by the disgusting looking eels.
>The agency also posted the question, “What to tell the #drycleaner?”
>Meanwhile, the Depoe Bay Fire Department also posted a video of workers using a bulldozer to clear the eels from Highway 101.
>Police said that the driver, Salvatore Tragale, was driving northbound with a total of 13 containers holding 7,500 pounds of hagfish, which is more commonly known as slime eels to the public.
>As Tragale soon approached road construction and tried to stop, one of the containers flew off the truck bed and into the southbound lane, while the other containers spilled into a gooey mess all over the highway, police said.
>The flying container actually hit one vehicle which then caused it and four other vehicles to be pushed into each other in a massive pile-up.
>Police said the people in the vehicle hit by the container suffered minor injuries and were fortunate that the incident didn't cause a fatality. No one else was injured.
>Scientist says that when hagfish become stressed or threatened, they secrete a slime, which can be seen in the photos on the vehicles and on the highway, police said.
Black Man Jumps 19 Feet Off Bridge, Claims Police Brutality, Cops Vindicated In Bodycam VideoReader07/16/2017 (Sun) 09:21:10 Id: e28887[Preview]No.1212[Reply]
>A false claim by a criminal who fled police then injured himself was trending all across social media which ignited a firestorm of controversy.
>To silence the lies of police brutality made in the viral Facebook post, Rainbow City police have now released body camera video of a traffic stop turned into an act of a stupid criminal which led to his own self-inflicted injuries.
>The Facebook post including graphic images of the man which was shared 28,600 times by advocates of Black Lives Matter, claimed that officers beat, used a stun gun and pushed a man off a bridge around 10 PM. The post goes on to say the man was taken to a Gadsden hospital and airlifted to UAB Hospital, but his next of kin was not notified.
>The Facebook post said the following
>"Rainbow city beat him half to death and pushed him off a bridge. The people who are supposed to serve and protect. He's trying to talk but his whole front row of teeth are knocked out, he had to have his tongue sewed back together and his femur bone is broken he has to have surgery on it."
>>10383 I recommend using --basedir to keep all data in a different location, so you can still easily use qutebrowser for casual browsing, and deleting the non-config dirs between sessions just in case. But I doubt Blink can't be told apart from Gecko, even with all those restrictions.
Donald J. Trump Becomes First President To Attend U.S Women's Open
>President Donald Trump once again is setting records, becoming the first ever sitting United States President to attend the U.S Women's Open Tennis Tournament.
>President Donald Trump is in Bedminster, New Jersey, for the Annual United States Women's Open Tennis Tournament where you can see him taking an official motorcade to a designated skybox on the course.
>He arrived on Friday, July 14, 2017, and returned to his skybox to great applause by the crowd in attendance who are extraordinarily blessed to have such a Patriotic President in their presence acknowledging their sport.
>Tennis is an American passion, with some of the most brilliant athletes in the country performing in the sport. President Trump says he's “thrilled to be there to support the American athletes who define the backbone of American culture” and is proud these women represent the United States of America.
>The hacker known as Johnny Walker posted the following database via archive files onto PasteBin alongside the quoted message below:
>“Perhaps you know that the U.S. State Department has a direct bearing on the agenda formation not only at home but throughout the world. “
>“Now you can make sure it's true. Let me show you the correspondence between the Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency Robert P. Otto and his colleagues, CIA officers and other intelligence agencies, as well as representatives of mainstream media, NGOs, international funds and think tanks.”
>With the respect for privacy I've deleted his correspondence with his wife and relatives. The rest of emails will give evidence of who is responsible for different information campaigns, the so-called mythmaking and essentially engaged in the promotion of ‘American values’ throughout the world.”
Breaking News : Terrorist Attack In Israel On Jerusalem’s Temple Mount
>It may be a sign of the times, or a sign of the end times, that a terror attack involving armed gunman on Jerusalem’s historic Temple Mount comes as no surprise to many due to the overflow of radicalized islamists dominating the Holy site.
>Israeli police say that three gunmen have been shot dead during the shootout at the entrance to the flashpoint Temple Mount / Haram al-Sharif complex in Jerusalem. During the brutal attack two Israelis were critically wounded.
>Israeli media have suggested the attackers were Arabs, who may have been citizens of the town of Umm al-Fahm, although that was not immediately confirmed by police.
>Israeli police say that the three assailants, armed with two homemade Carlo submachine guns and a hand gun, shot at Israeli police officers near the Lion’s Gate entrance to the Holy site, before eventually being chased and running into the compound.
>“When they saw policemen they shot towards them and then escaped towards one of the mosques in the Temple Mount compound,” police spokesman Luba Samri said. “A chase ensued and the three terrorists were killed by police.”
I think there is a resurgence of antieuropeanism because at this point in time, Israel has not yet learned how to be multicultural. And I think we are going to be part of the throws of that transformation, which must take place. Israel is not going to be the monolithic society it once was in the last century. Europeans are going to be at the centre of that, it's a huge transformation for Israel to make. They are now going into a multicultural mode and Europeans will be resented because of our leading role but without that leading role and without that transformation Israel will not survive.
I found where that spam full of random garbage is coming from. It doesn't have any discernable pattern so we can't use the autoban addon to remove it, but it's all coming from the same /24 range of IPs in Russia so we can just rangeban it. The problem is that Lynxchan currently only does /16 rangebans, which would result in substantial collateral damage. To counter this I'm enabling the block bypass function.
If you are rangebanned, you can use the block bypass function to solve a CAPTCHA and bypass the rangeban. This requires your browser to store a "bypass" cookie. No CAPTCHA will be required to post if your IP has not been subject to a rangeban. Block bypasses last for 24 hours or 50 posts.
I've already asked StephenLynx about adding a second, smaller rangeban level.
>>6608 >muh free shit first things first no one donated even a penny this month. we are running out of money and obviously odili will add this rather useless feature, but we need some few donations to our board.
>>10364 Couldn't you use it for portable applications? That would make it safe for the host system like they are on windows. It could be used with something like this http://appimage.org/ which basically keeps the files in a mountable image like in apple dmg.
>>10373 I know you're just joking, but systemd actually makes the same security mechanisms this uses (namespace, cgroups) easily available for its services. You don't have to give your daemons unnecessary access to your filesystem, the network, etcetera. It's neat.
>>10375 You can even use nspawn to create full virtual userlands, that can be booted with their own /sbin/inits or have a single process run in them. It's like chroot on steroids, or Docker without the bureaucracy.
$1.6bn border wall proposed by House GOP committee >House Republicans on the appropriations committee are ready to deliver their down payment for President Donald Trump’s border wall. >They will take the fight to the Democrats, potentially sparking a government shutdown in the fall. >President Trump made a point during the presidential campaign in 2016 of saying that he would build a wall on the southern US border and make Mexico pay for it. >The committee released a homeland security bill on Tuesday which includes $1.6 billion to set aside for the border wall. This matches the president’s request of funds to pay for the construction, Politico reported. >The legislation may not advance far enough, however, if Senate Democrats have anything to do with it. >They vowed to block a similar attempt earlier this year. >But Trump and his director of the Office of Management and Budget, Mick Mulvaney, have stated that they will not let up on this fight. >Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Alabama), a member of the Freedom Caucus, said, “I am willing to do whatever it takes in the Senate to ensure President Trump’s promise to the American people is kept,” adding, “I’ll aggressively oppose every single spending bill that doesn’t fund the border wall and expose every Republican establishment Senator who sides with the Democrats against our president,” Politico reported. >Democrats have now struck back at Trump’s second attempt to fund the wall through the new homeland bill. Senator Tom Carper (D-Delaware) said “there’s no way” that funding will pass the Senate floor with 60 votes, according to Politico. >Senator Joe Manchin (D-West Virginia), considered a conservative-leaning Democrat, has sided with Trump on various other issues, but on the wall, he has remained staunchly against it. >“It’s something I have no interest in. I just think we have so many other pressing problems and I think there’s other ways immigration needs to be treated,” Manchin said, Politico reported. >The controversial wall funding is also anticipated to bring Congress to the brink of a government shutdown. >In May, Trump tweeted: “Our country needs a good shutdown in September to fix mess!” in response to Democrats striking a spending deal with Republicans that did not include funding for the construction. >Mulvaney shortly thereafter clarified the meaning of the president’s tweet at a press conference. He went on to say that the president meant that “we might need a shutdown at some point to drive home that this place, that Washington needs to be fixed,” Federal Times reported. >House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wisconsin) and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky) have stated that they do not want the government to be shut down due to differences between the House and the Senate. >GOP sources have said that it is unlikely this kind of funding for the border wall will make it through the Senate even if there is a government shutdown in the fall, according to Politico.
This would have been enough money to buy that 1.5 billion Euro Overwhelmingly Large Telescope that would have let us check the spectroscope of the atmospheres of the 40 nearest sun like planets for Earth sized planets.