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Anonymous 07/09/2018 (Mon) 19:48:10 [Preview] No. 17460 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
So what do you anons think about medical freedom, the right for people to be able to choose what kind of medicine or medical care or even insurance policy they desire (or their choice to reject)?

There happens to be a great divide on this issue in America today: some think bureaucracy dictating requirements works better and some think the right to choose for yourself works better.
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Anonymous 07/09/2018 (Mon) 22:50:06 [Preview] No.17462 del
>>17461
Do you actually live in a country with universal healthcare?


Anonymous 07/09/2018 (Mon) 23:47:03 [Preview] No.17463 del
>>17461
There is one major problem with universal healthcare that must be considered, and it is a problem that exists all around the world, in every single nation: nothing is free. Every dime put into universal healthcare comes from taxpayers, the average citizen's wallet via taxes. So what this means is there is only finite amount of money to fund universal healthcare for all. This is why the "rationing" problem in the UK got so bad: https://archive.fo/uhmk6

Before you think I'm shilling the healthcare system we have in America, I'm not. Over here we have another problems: some people have money for treatment, and some do not. So some people get really good treatment and others get shit-quality care. It depends just how much money you can dish out.

The BEST healthcare option is really not to rely on the system at all. Its the freedom of being able to take care of your own health, to stay fit and eat healthy organic foods, to purchase the vitamins and supplements your body needs to maintain a healthy immune system. The freedom to filter or distill your water, to grow and cook your own foods, the freedom to reject harmful toxins whether inside vaccines or many industrial products.

Today I do not rely on any healthcare system, because I eat right, I exercise, I take my vitamins and supplements, I don't take vaccines, I don't drink water with fluoride, I make my own all-natural toothpaste and I defy Big Pharma unless something is absolutely mandated for an emergency. The last 5 times I've been sick over 17 years I've taken care of myself using natural herbal remedies and increased vitamin consumption. And I'm perfectly fine without the system.


Anonymous 07/10/2018 (Tue) 07:40:17 [Preview] No.17468 del
No such thing as a perfect healthcare system, there will always be flaws. Adding government to the mix only solidifies corruption and incompetence too. What is more important than alleged cures is cancer/disease/sickness prevention but this relies on individual responsibility to take care of our bodies and make sure we get proper nutrition.

Doing the following can save you a lot of money in the long-term:

1) Avoid junk foods / fast foods / sugary beverages.
2) Eat more vegetables, free range chicken and grass fed beef are OK to eat. Deer, bison and lamb are OK to eat as well. Avoid pork (pork is extremely unhealthy).
3) Take Bio-Curcumin every day. Curcumin has a variety of health benefits, its an anti-inflammatory and has recently been proven to slow down the growth of cancer cells. This is like natural chemo without the hell. Its cheap and abundant too.
4) Make sure you get enough vitamins. Take a multi-vitamin supplement if needed.
5) Exercise! Go out and get some sun too.
6) Don't smoke, limit drinking, and avoid drugs. This includes most prescriptions such as SSRIs (terrible for your health).
7) Limit your use of any device with a screen. I myself have a problem with this because I'm retired and often have nothing better to do, but still I'm trying to limit my time and take breaks from the internet.

Every individual should have the right to do what he/she sees fit when it comes to THEIR bodies. We'll let the laws of physics settle the difference.


Anonymous 07/10/2018 (Tue) 16:47:01 [Preview] No.17472 del
>>17461
I will ask you this then: why have people all over the world who have serious health conditions travel to the US to get medical care over the last thirty plus years? I can tell you why, "rationing" problems associated to insolvency of the subsidized medical institutions in those "utopian" countries. Subsidies simply mean taxpayers foot the bill, thats your average worker. And if there is only so much income, there is only so much the govt can take from these people. Medical care is expensive by default and you cannot change that. Someone must pay for it, and that is just economics 101. So who will pay for it? This is the debate we should have.

>>17463
>>17468
Astounding information, archived.


Anonymous 07/11/2018 (Wed) 18:09:47 [Preview] No.17515 del
I don't drink soda and avoid most GMO foods when I can. Another bad habit is sleeping next to a cell phone, don't do that. The radio/wifi beacons cause a minute amount of radiation. It might not seem bad at first, but when you do it over and over for many years you'll develop tumors from it. Some people are already having brain turmor growth next to their ears where they held their cell phones up to the last two decades. What I do is put my cell phone on speaker, and won't use it for anything but for talking. When I go to bed I unplug the internet modem and keep my cellphone out of my room, where it stays inside a drawer till the next day.



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home? Anonymous 07/11/2018 (Wed) 14:22:41 [Preview] No. 17501 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
i'm lost, can this be my new home?
>dear tigger
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Anonymous 07/11/2018 (Wed) 14:53:39 [Preview] No.17507 del
>>17506
always there for you


Anonymous 07/11/2018 (Wed) 14:54:07 [Preview] No.17508 del
>>17507
>signed


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Anonymous 07/11/2018 (Wed) 16:24:39 [Preview] No.17511 del
>>17501
You don't have to announce it. Just post some comments in already existing threads or contribute in some way.





Anonymous 07/10/2018 (Tue) 21:48:55 [Preview] No.17483 del
If your not camping out in the woods, I really don't consider it camping at all, more like loitering in an urban park.


Anonymous 07/10/2018 (Tue) 21:59:03 [Preview] No.17484 del
When I used to camp I liked to go 50 miles away from any civilization and drive my Ford truck with a bunch of gear for hunting and fishing, only driving on old worn down gravel roads. Ohhhh yah, morel mushroom hunting too, and I'd cook them over a fire with some olive oil from a jar and a hung skillet. Ah, those were the days. Times have changed because I'm getting too old for that (can't tell you how many times I've gotten my truck stuck in mud, or broke down in the middle of nowhere with very little cell phone reception, back in the 90s that was a big threat). Almost thought I'd die once when I couldn't fix my engine and luckily some other hunter found me, called for help and got me a toe truck out of there. Wonderful yet scary times. Worth the experience though.


Anonymous 07/11/2018 (Wed) 12:12:22 [Preview] No.17499 del
>>17474
>$650-a-night campsite inside the city limits

Sounds like extortion. Corporate camping for millennial trendies is more like it.

Camping will always be for those who really enjoy the outdoors and want to rough it a few days out in the wilderness. Urban communities, no matter how hard they might try, will never provide the same experience. Especially when you have to pay hotel fees just to camp.

The reason I loved camping was saving money by hunting deer and elk. After a successful day I'd bring one back with me to take to a local butcher where he'd butcher it properly for $50 and hand me all the meat wrapped so I could store it in my freezer. Do you know how much money I saved for food that way? A LOT. In a year I'd have around 120 dinners worth for $50 + the cost of the ammo.

You kids need to learn how to save some money, and all you need to do is learn how your ancestors lived. Don't ever take your freedoms for granted.





Anonymous 07/11/2018 (Wed) 06:20:22 [Preview] No.17495 del
dayum thanks anon, I saw something about this but I never think to look on twitter.





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I'll never forget what happened to her.


Anonymous 07/11/2018 (Wed) 02:57:41 [Preview] No.17492 del
Controversies like this happen in major cities all the time. Very naive to blame capitalism for that. In fact, if it were not for capitalism, there would have been no Penn Station in the first place.



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Anonymous 07/10/2018 (Tue) 22:48:10 [Preview] No. 17486 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The evidence clearly shows breast feeding is best for babies. So why is US government not only opposed to it but threatening other countries who favour breast feeding? https://bit.ly/2MZzxjb answer: Major US manufacturers of bottled milk substitute were major Trump donors.


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Anonymous 07/10/2018 (Tue) 23:00:44 [Preview] No.17488 del
For once I agree with you: breast feeding is better than formula. However, its mostly because woman desire healthy nutrition when pregnant and get the proper nutrients before breast feeding.

Also, natural organic formulas should be looked into for those ladies who are actually malnourished.


Anonymous 07/11/2018 (Wed) 00:30:03 [Preview] No.17489 del
>>17487
As an independent I'll say this: he's not a bad president, much better than Reagan, Bush I, Clinton, Bush II and Obama were. More conservative and gutsy than Reagan was, Reagan simply rubbed me the wrong way because he did NOTHING about the outsourcing of our industrial base. All us folks interested in economics in the 80s shook our heads and kept our heads down in shame. If we had Trump as president back in the day replacing Reagan all that job outsourcing would have immediately halted in fear of mass tariffs. Now that most our industry is already in China the trade war is only going to push companies to sell their products to other nations rather than the US; that or they'll slowly come back to the US (at least we hope). The trade war will do as much damage as it does good. The bad thing is consumers will face higher prices and it will effect certain industry that rely on cheaper commodities from China - the good thing is "jobs, jobs, jobs!" because a lot of industry will come back to the US and we will be seeing more local investment in domestic capital production. So this is going to be good for some, bad for others, depending where you make your investments.



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Anonymous 09/03/2017 (Sun) 19:11:19 [Preview] No. 12932 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Hi endchan I'm rozelli
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Anonymous 03/24/2018 (Sat) 08:52:10 [Preview] No.15957 del
What is your ethnicity? Iraqi or persian, or am I way off?


Anonymous 03/25/2018 (Sun) 23:41:55 [Preview] No.16020 del
Cute. Would cuddle.

What happened to all the scizos on Endchan? The posting style seems to have changed dramatically over the last year. Sad.
It just dawned on me that the "b" in /b/ has always stood for "cluster b" as defined by DSM5.[spoiler]Probably.[/spoiler]


Anonymous 03/26/2018 (Mon) 03:57:50 [Preview] No.16022 del
>>16020
It stands for Baka, as in idiotic, nonsensical, or in other words, RANDOM.


Anonymous 03/27/2018 (Tue) 00:30:32 [Preview] No.16035 del
>>13268
What a pathetic fate to live being an attention whore and a slut.


Anonymous 07/10/2018 (Tue) 19:35:59 [Preview] No.17475 del
eyyyy



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Anonymous 02/10/2018 (Sat) 11:26:18 [Preview] No. 15250 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
>>15239
Animublyadsky WebM-thread
for decent animublyadej animewhores and other autists.

To search for video sausage we use the following services:
- https://whatanime.ga/
- http://saucenao.com/
- http://iqdb.org/

Limitations:
The available codecs are VP8 / VP9 and x264 for video, Vorbis / Opus and AAC for sound, the number of files is 5, the maximum size of all files in the post is 358400KB (but this is not exact).
About coding:
- https://github.com/pituz/webm-thread/wiki/
- https://hive.blasux.ru/webm/s/

Dollchan Extension Tools:
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Message too long. Click here to view full text.

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Anonymous 07/10/2018 (Tue) 08:27:13 [Preview] No.17470 del
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>>17469
Но почему просто не перекатить тред?


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>>17470
Потому что традиции.


Anonymous 07/10/2018 (Tue) 19:56:48 [Preview] No.17477 del
>>17476
>>17476
>>17476
Таки перекат. Ура товарищи.


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>>15250
ОП-хуй.



Anonymous 02/13/2017 (Mon) 15:08:58 [Preview] No. 11226 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
new webm thread?

old thread
>>6519
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Anonymous 06/25/2018 (Mon) 09:12:22 [Preview] No.17320 del
>>16705
>thug culture
>pushed deliberately by the "establishment" "covertly"


Anonymous 06/28/2018 (Thu) 19:47:53 [Preview] No.17348 del
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Where is the 1337 place now Anonymous 06/08/2018 (Fri) 14:37:25 [Preview] No. 16880 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
If reddit is the new facebook, if 4chan is the new reddit, if 8ch is the new 4chan, endchan is the new 1337 place?
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Anonymous 06/15/2018 (Fri) 06:30:21 [Preview] No.17135 del
>>17131
>the city has an ordinance that says you must be able to open windows

You need to mount the bars on the windows from the INSIDE! That way 1) no ordinance gestapo will ever notice and 2) when SHTF, marauders will not be easily able to take down those bars because they won't be mounted from the outside of your home.

Also, many newer homes come with glass window doors, or as I call "glass walls." With those in place this renders all security precautions moot. Get rid of them, knock 'em out and put a real wall up instead (easily do-able).

And if you live inside a city, just warning you now, cities are death traps when SHTF. In the rural areas you have a much better chance of survival than living in a city during major crisis.

>>17134
Yep, or just DIY, its really not that hard to build or expand walls. Pretty basic, get some plywood, 2x4s for upper support beams and the studs and some dry wall and plenty of screws and nails. If the outside of your home is brick get extra matching brick. If the outside of your home is aluminum siding, then get extra aluminum siding.


Anonymous 06/16/2018 (Sat) 14:42:52 [Preview] No.17147 del
I just want to take this chance to thank the newsposter. I, for one, appreciate the posts. Ignore the gen X/ millennial (or officer).
t. millennial/Gen Z.

>>17118
I quite like this place to be honest (if only is wasn't for the occasional questionable legality of the Japfriend posters' content). But I'm curious.
Is it still on the web (yes/no)?
If so, it better be no JS and actually anonymity friendly.
Is it still a chan (Yes/no/don't want to say)?
Was "initiation" or the actual end place on on either of the following [retroshare, ipfs, bbs, urc, gopher, free decentralized social media alternatives]? (Simply yes/no if you don't want to answer)
It better not have been on IRC, discord or mundane social media and the location better not be zeronet (or any of the aforementioned).
I'm assuming the userbase is larger than here. If not then why the fuck call it the 0001 0011 0011 0111 place at all? I thought the point was always size to discussion quality ratio and there are numerous well informed smaller communities throughout the net anyway. The point was to have a square, a general meeting point for the interested public. Not an underground secret family bunker for 3 guys and a goat; everyone has/can find/build one of those.


Anonymous 06/16/2018 (Sat) 15:01:12 [Preview] No.17148 del
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>>17147
>it better be no JS and actually anonymity friendly

I use Noscript and have it manually configured for my routine browsing habits (a small downsized "whitelist" with global scripts blocked). JS is blocked as well. I don't see many scripts on endchan [see pic: the bottom of my browser shows 7 scripts total and the only one partially allowed was the endchan.xyz script just to allow the site to function normal with my stubborn browser].


Anonymous 07/07/2018 (Sat) 17:14:45 [Preview] No.17409 del
I pretty sure that there's no more 1337 place on the internet


Anonymous 07/08/2018 (Sun) 04:34:50 [Preview] No.17412 del
>>17409
b3 teh l337 u w4n7 2 s33 1n th3 w0rld