Continuing this thread from 8chan: post curious and autistic information you've found on the internet. Don't just leave a link, share a summary or at least a picture.
I recently found this trove of autism: http://www.worlddreambank.org/P/PLANETS.HTM Which contains several alternate and invented worlds with in-depth information on their astronomical, geological, atmospheric and geographical features, including some nearly CWC-tier alien species. Lyr and Oisin in particular have caught my interest.
Not too autistic but at least somewhat curious info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weinberger_Doctrine This probably deserves some attention on our part with such threads as Syria and Best Korea. I wonder how much high ranking US officials employed somewhere near state security pondered on these lines and the habbenings of the last 20 years.
To uczucie kiedy ja w glębi duszy jestem dynamicznym normikiem i mimo, że przyzwyczaiłem się do zamulactwa i nawet spoko mi sie tak żyje, w sensie bez większej męki to moim naturalnym środowiskiem jest chyba jakieś dynamiczne coś. Chociaż to, że nie lubię ludzi i nadmiernego spoufalania się mogłoby zaszkodzić temu czemuś no temu aaaaaaa
He released book after WW1 and updated it accordingly. You don't need to be a prophet to predict end of West after WW1.
>Spengler relates that he conceived the book sometime in 1911 and spent three years in writing the first draft. At the start of World War I, he began revising it and completed the first volume in 1917. It was published the following year when Spengler was 38 and was his first work, apart from his doctoral thesis on Heraclitus. The second volume was published in 1922.
Fascynuje mnie era 2007-2009 z jakimiś emo nastolatkami, starym internetem z blogami, gronem i tak dalej. Wszystko wtedy było jakieś takie bardziej inbowe i losowe. Nie da się tego porównać ze współczesnymi alternatywniakami słuchającymi rapsów, wyglądającymi jak celebryci, wchodzącymi tylko na fejsa i insta. Wszyscy teraz wyglądają tak samo, są sztuczni i zbyt perfekcyjni. Kiedyś to było...
>>8127 >But what happens if Qatar doesn't comply? War? This. An ultimatum is nice and all but the 'what if' is at least as important.
>>8128 >I assume a market war. Prepare for oil prices to tank. Sounds plausible. An actual armed conflict could lead to confrontation with Turkey it seems with their troops there. And Turkey is a member of NATO. Could the Saudis and the other Gulf countries fuck with the oil prices so much that it would seem easier for everyone else to pressure Qatar to give in?
>>8115 >Saudis: hey people Qatar is an ally of Iran! also terrorist >Quatar: no we aren't >Saudis employ economic sanctions so the only connection left for Quatar is Iran >Saudis: hey people Qatar's only supporter is Iran we told you they are allies!!! Is this going to be enough to justify whatever they are planning?
>>8129 >Arab states always have plenty of people who don't like current rulers because they want to be rulers too. So, coup/rebellion is more likely than a war. But the potential and existing foreign troops are factors of chaos. What if fighting escalates between rebels and Turks/Iranians? What if the Saudis intervene to bolster a failed internal attempt to topple the government?
>>8133 It would be another typical Middle Eastern proxy war, but Qatar is tiny small country, so it will be very quick.
It all depends of decision of USA though, anyone there wouldn't do anything serious without permission (except hidden funding of terror groups). US got arms deal with Qatar recently, and it is Boeing business, so Americans surely will intervene in affairs if situation go to real war.
Got some good jokes? Bad jokes? Untranslatable ones? Post translate it here!
The Fox and the Wolf hanging out in the forest, talking. - So boring today? We should do something. - Let's beat the Rabbit. - All right. What for? - If he has a hat then because he has a hat, if he doesn't have a hat then because he doesn't have a hat. - Sounds good, let's to this. There comes the Rabbit. - Look at that Rabbit! He doesn't have a hat! So they beat him senseless. Next day the Fox and the Wolf hanging out in the forest. - What we're gonna do today? - Let's beat the Rabbit. - All right. What for? - If he has a hat then because he has a hat, if he doesn't have a hat then because he doesn't have a hat. - OK, let's to this.
>>38031 Because Kanae's true route has her be a tragic antiheroine. She's hated by the man she unwillingly grew to love in a very short span of time, unsatisfied with her damaged psyche and in general unfulfilled life she tried to improve via materialistic posessions, she was cut down at the spring time of her youth.
It's not the best ending yes, but it wasn't entirely senseless.
Ahhh, at last I truly see, and it makes me even more sad. Yeah, I never got the vibe that she was the real villain or antagonist in the series when I played through the true endings. Just a really sick puppy who needed some love. Even in the bad true ending she decides to pleasure Takato and make him his slave. In all the bad ends to her route she constantly tries to give him a spot into paradise as well and not once does it cross her mind about vegetating him for organ harvesting after she realizes how madly in love he is with her. Every action observed is just not that of a real villain or antagonist. Is it bad I have more attachment to her than Nemu? Nemu's backstory is tragic, but TBH I never really felt any malice towards Nemu. Yes she was being a cunt and a perv, but I'm also a perv, and the rude things she did never went over the line.
Not just that but much of character development Nemu gets is via flashbacks, and her acting like a cunt through much of the game. Only one moment had me be concerned for her and it was when Takato almost killed herself to save her and she got worried. But aside from that I really can't say I connected or cared about the character.
>>43600 Nah, that's enough posting for today, once the typos start, they don't stop coming and they don't stop coming and they don't stop coming and they don't stop coming. Thanks for the interesting perspective, which while sad at least gives me closure.
>>8117 The pizza represents mother Earth. In it's roundness not just similar to mother Earth but a very feminine allegory. The wheat, the tomato and the basil are all the flowers of Earth. It's also warm as a vagina and the color of tomato underscores it's likeness. Now a sausage on a pizza is a phallic symbol in the right place i.e. the father's penis in the mother's vagina. On the other hand pineapple on pizza is a phallic symbol in the wrong place i.e. the son's penis in the mother's vagina. The cheese is the semen.
>>8070 You can find display of strong belief and martyrdom in the movie it's just that the conversations are awful on the part of the main hero. I think the movie has other things to offer (even on the topic of Christianity, like on early Christians or confessions or temptation) and I would encourage you to watch it despite I wouldn't describe the whole movie as great. I cannot know what can you gain from it. Also probably if you've seen the other two movies of Scorsese in this series, the Kundun and the earlier The Last Temptation of Christ then you should watch this too.
>>8037 Actually, I could put this film on my cytu.be room if anyone is interested. I have subs, (Czech and English, if google drive works or if youtube doesn't block it I can pick Czech while you use English) Probably Saturday, like I usually ran those (but I'll put the film on a bit earlier)
>>8111 Idk, about 90 mins I think. Standard length. I was thinking I can start it at 21 CET or something about around 21 CET, and I'd start stream with random pre-show vids after I finish dinner and crack me open a cold one.