Main Card: (FS1) @ 10:00 PM ET Fabricio Werdum vs. Marcin Tybura Jessica-Rose Clark vs. Bec Rawlings Tim Means vs. Belal Muhammad Jake Matthews vs. Bojan Velickovic Daniel Kelly vs. Elias Theodorou Alex Volkanovski vs. Shane Young
Prelims: (FS1) @ 8:00 PM ET Ryan Benoit vs. Ashkan Mokhtarian Will Brooks vs. Nik Lentz
Was this an event for anyone here that woke them up in some respects? I saw inconsistencies happen in real time, straight bizarre and uncanny valley type of people like Robbie Parker, the coroner, Gene Rosen, the looping at the fireplace, Adam Lanza himself has so much conflicting information in his past, it was just so weird to see in real time.
>>61660 The only way you can come to this conclusion is by judging the state approved scandles like kevin spacey and louis ck. By the way the into of the show louis shows louis eating a slice of pizza and then heading to the comedy cellar. But this I dont belive this I belive it in the sense that people like alex jones focus on massage parlors and such instead of the satanic stuff. But the little girl from the poltergeist movie had died of intestinal blockage. She was raped by over 20 men and in the film poltergeist the little girl has lines about being promised pizza. I am not arguing the point that people try and lump this in with domestic abuse and shit like making grown women watch you masturbate. But recently the hashtag #bidengate was gassed from twitter and reddit. That is a theme here if it is such a psyop why is is given counter psyops by reddit a platform like twitter with much reach?
>>61662 I like pizza. I often bring a box in on lunchbreaks for coworkers and ask if they want a slice. Meanwhile, I have two daughters and never molested them because I have a wife with actual breasts that doesn't look like a fucking alien when she's naked. I will never understand attraction to children, scarring them for some quick perversion, or why some people think of pedophilia instantly just because you see a slice of fucking pizza.
>>61664 Thats the difference. As guys I would understand why someone would even go as low as 15 16. I would not personally risk hitting on anyone under 18 but you see cheerleaders it is reminiscent of high school sexual frustration. Even the roy moore thing is gross but the difference is there is a threshold of liking the children as apposed to late teens and I believe that is used as a way to simply dominate others and feel like getting something out of their power that they must use in secret by doing what they are told for their outer position in society. A judge who is told to set certain people free who are guilty thinks he is the arbitrator of law or that he is acting outside the law. by forcing the young to bend to the masters will he is not just letting fellow cabal members go he is getting something out of selling his soul to the devil. Its a sick thing its a mindset of domination which is why we see the satanic element blended into this bizarre pizza symbolism. I dont think pedophilia when I see pizza i see it as a symbol of the elite satanists and I think the pizza is the routine domination of children for satanic cult purposes.
>>61665 I have no doubt the entire pizza gate concept (and even if high ranking officials use the term for their sick desires) was hijacked from the original meme of cheese pizza. That was just a way the pedo fucks tried to imply they wanted someone to post CP since 2004.
>NHL Calgary at Philadelphia 1:00 PM ET CAL 10-8-0 (4-3-0 V) PHI 8-8-3 (4-3-2 H) Prob. Goalies: Smith (CAL) | Elliott (PHI)'' Arizona at Ottawa 2:00 PM ET ARI 3-15-3 (2-9-2 V) OTT 8-4-5 (4-4-4 H) Prob. Goalies: Raanta (ARI) | Condon (OTT) Edmonton at Dallas 2:00 PM ET EDM 7-10-2 (3-3-2 V) DAL 9-9-1 (6-2-0 H) Prob. Goalies: Talbot (EDM) | Lehtonen (DAL) New Jersey at Winnipeg
Does anyone have any creepy Tsukasa pictures? I used to have a folder but lost it somehow through computer migration. Also there was a YT video with a slideshow of them but I can't find it either. Please share.
>>151620 Memson will beat Miami and knock them out Oklahoma is in if they dont choke Wisconsin is a gigantic fraud but they will make it if they win out but Ohio State will kill them and that will probably let some real bullshit happen
What is your problem with including porn? Pornophobia is a fucking stupid aspect of conservativism. I'm sorry, did the word porn trigger your delicate ears? I'll say pork instead then to avoid upsetting the regressives.
I think it's tastefully drawn. I believe in freespeeeeeeeech, It's what makes America great. Pork is part of free speech. Pork makes America great. Let's make America great again.
Frozen lemons are more powerful that chemotherapy in the fight against cancer, according to new research from Stanford University that is being desperately covered up by Big Pharma.
The study proves that powerful nutrients in lemon peel can destroy the cancer cells of 12 types of cancer, including some of the deadliest – prostate, colon, pancreatic and lung cancer.
Explaining that the most potent way to consume lemons is to freeze them and then consume them along with their peel, researchers state that we have been making a terrible mistake when it comes to lemons because the lemon peel is actually much more health beneficial than the fruit and we have been throwing it to waste.
How best to take advantage of the potent nutrients in this amazing fruit’s skin?
First rinse the lemons thoroughly, then toss them in a zip lock bag and put them in the freezer. Wait until they’re completely frozen and grate the whole lemon with a regular grater. You can now add this grated lemon to whichever dish you want, sprinkle it on top your ice-cream or salad or add it to your smoothies and shakes.
Lemon sprinkles will make everything taste better and will add to the meal’s nutritional profile as well. It turns out that the lemon peel contains up to 10 times more vitamins than the fruit’s juice so health experts all across the globe recommend it.
Green Healthy Planet reports: If you start following this rule of thumb when consuming lemons, freezing them and eating them with their peel, you’ll gain far greater health benefits than extracting the lemon juice alone. All the vitamins and other nutrients located in the lemon peel will regenerate every cell and tissue in your body and help your body detox.
Health experts have said that the lemon skin has an effect thousand times more powerful than chemotherapy and plus it doesn’t have any of the adverse side-effects associated with chemo.
The pharmaceutical companies that run this world want to keep this a secret until they find a way to synthesize it and turn it into a drug they can make profit of but how many people are going to die until then?
Good tip, I'll have to remember this one if I ever get cancer as I have already took a vow never ever to get chemo if I come down with cancer someday. It is awful what they put people through, worse than naturally dying from the damn cancer.
>>3256 Look up intravenous injection of pure vitamin C to combat cancer. Many woman with breast cancer now get this to prevent the cancer cells from growing. Does not 100% heal the patients but it does stifle the malignancy of the cancer.
samething was found on soursop, and yale was forced to remove the research because they legally couldn't patent what was already found on nature. still doesn't kill cancer. at the end of the day, Americans love carcinogenic food like red meat and eggs
Repost old stuff here that is in danger of being deleted from the web.
For starters, I will try to post the stuff Taruby translated now that his website is down and probably gone for good. (He was piggybacking off server space of a Spanish fansubber who had stopped hosting years before that.)Taruby translated all of this gender bender: https://www.mangaupdates.com/groups.html?id=527
I don't have all of it but here goes. I'll start with "Gacha Gacha - Secret" (which might have been his first scanlation.)
https://www.mangaupdates.com/series.html?id=2456 Ralph, the Tyrannosaurus, is the king of the dinosaurs. However, because of a meteorite's impact, Ralph is sent 60 million years into the future only to possess the body of a honours student, Mikobayashi Kana.
We stand for ethics in game journalism. Boycotts harm publishers, who hate us. We stand for ethics in game journalism. Boycotts harm publishers, who hate us. We stand for ethics in game journalism. Boycotts harm publishers, who hate us. We stand for ethics in game journalism. Boycotts harm publishers, who hate us.
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
>>151492 also 16gb ram, SSD HD and quad core. G*d i hate you- all i wanted to do was indicate i moved on from my 6 year old econo-tier laptop and you had to be some loser nerdddd while real men like my mainline DOS as their primary OS and don't have to worry about geek shit like specs
So OP Italians supposed to be religious folks considering the Holy See in Rome and such. Are you consider yourself one?
All Saints' Day is here, tomorrow the Day of the Dead. People visiting the graves of their passed. Gives a chance for relatives living far apart to give a visit and touch base. It's always nice to hear: "How did you leave those flowers there!!?? Fucking petals everywhere!!! And the melted wax! Now I have to scrape it from the marble for a year!!!
>>11761 What if angels are AI. Incorporeal, pure intellect being, helping people when they ask them. Calculating the best course of action and telling people to do it. But they could lie also about this deceiving people. Hmm.
>>11548 I don't have time to rewatch it right now, but I think the point is that because of God's sense of humour (as defined by Sheen) there is implication that when looking into God's teaching we should look deeper than just that literal layer, and that biblical literalists, both believers and sceptics, might be missing a lot of stuff.
>>11621 >All Saints Day was here as well, fortunately no more fights like you described, graves are being taken care of on regular basis, at least in my family
>>11761 >>11775 >Where were their angels? Good question, I don't know. I'll ask Sheen when I get to heaven.
>Calculating the best course of action I'm not so sure about this. Angels as pure intellects and without material parts would be perceiving everything on a completely different basis than us. No material brain so no neurons to calculate, they just know stuff or don't, no? I don't know. I'm not sure if there is some more angelology than what has Sheen explained. I know that they're very mysterious being and it will probably stay that way.
Now I'm thinking that there would be 6 gorillion reasons for "where were their angels?". The jew was talking about reading New Testament, so maybe he converted after this event?
General supressed literature threads to get board activity rolling again. Books that don't fit any specific thread go here. This thread will also be stickied. The same rules apply. It would help people with posting an imagefile of the book in question.
/pdfs/ BO is back in business.
Edited last time by ReichArchive on 04/21/2016 (Thu) 05:36:22.
uwaga nowociotexie jebany, wkurwiasz mnie, więc zapostuję Ci szybki guide jak wyjść ze spierdolenia:
>dobra dieta >izotek >finasteryd >minimalna ilość aktywności fizycznej, nie musisz od razu chodzić na siłownię, starczy, że co jakiś czas się przebiegniesz albo zrobisz kilka ćwiczeń, żeby nie być kompletną galaretą >coś na odwagę, spytaj profesorka Czwartego
ot cały sekret, później wychodzisz do ludzi, jakichkolwiek ludzi, może być nawet lokalne koło kuców grających w Magic the Gathering, poznajesz znajomych, poznajesz znajomych ich znajomych, jak znajdziesz jakąś samicę która jest fajna dla cb z personalitiesa to chapasz potiona od Czwartego i zarywasz, później jakoś to leci i elo
zrób jeszcze jeden fred kurwiu jebany to cię rozpierdolę
>>15685 Jakimi kompleksami typie xD Pierdole to tak jest i tego nie zmienie, na chuj mam o tym myśleć? A w kwestii kompleksów, raczej spojrzałbym w odbicie tego twojego upierdolonego monitora w słoneczny dzień. To ile wkładasz trudu w próby "naprawiania" siebie jest żenujące i przezabawne. Z gówna bata nie ukręcisz pozdro
>>15687 jeśli nie wiesz o czym miał byś rozmawiać z człowiekiem to jak sobie wyobrażasz posiadanie dziewczyny?
leć do kurwy w takim razie, bo odpowiedzią jest "o czymkolwiek" i jeśli nie wpadłeś jak dotąd na jeden z nieskończonej ilości tematów to w swoim życiu pominąłeś jakiś bardzo istotny krok, czego nie rozumiem, bo jako upośledzony społecznie autysta ja go zrobiłem
Since this is my first post I should layout why we badly need this board because some of you don't get it. First of all, Mao Zedong said "Let 100 flowers bloom!" Infinite disagreement should be the mark of a real culture, because it leads to infinite insight.
one of the main goals of http://tgboard.rf.gd/ (before traffic killed it), was for it to be one of several interconnected repositories for tg related material that we just can't share anywhere else. If you shared something there, it would definitely stay online, because the userbase would care enough to make backups. If something was deleted, we would still have a database to list what had been deleted so you could go to other sources. (In fact, I was planning on starting a tg wiki at one point, but I don't have the human power to do it.)
Ideally, there would have been a sekrit club system, with replaceable links that never died, and some of us would move files around every single time there was a complaint similar to the sad panda system. Fighting it would be like chopping a head off the Hydra only to have 2 heads grow back. (Unlike this forum which deletes things for copyright holders.)
[b] Yes, anything excluded elsewhere could be put there. [/b] That also means there would be a creative outlet for hosting the tg lolicon stories that are banned on Fictionamia, because I know thought-crime is the highest crime, and I therefore don't think highly of the opinions of most Canadians or Germans.
A second goal was to bring together a bunch of kinds of communities, and to allow criticism so that readers could decide for themself whether something sucked, and so writers/artists could improve. I see that the misguided "Social Justice Warriors" are indeed running most of the TG sites, building hug boxes, and banning reviews to make people feel unoffended. That saddens my both my creative side, and the part of me that still believes in free enterprise.
And here is another message I sent over PM to someone defending my actions when I criticized the censorship going on at the Farhad TG forum, before I was banned for being "too offensive."
>I probably did go overboard this time. At the time I wrote that I couldn't post, Tayaya was banned from the shoutbox, and I could only see the shoutbox if I logged out so I assumed Chilla had banned me. I can see the shoutbox when I log in now, so I will assume he unbanned me.
>I thought Chilla had deleted a discussion and bunch of tayaya shoutbox stuff and banned him while I was away from the forum. I am not sure what discussion happened, but I'm guessing foxmon's post baited tayaya into saying something that pissed of Chilla.
>I personally don't like things being outright deleted, and Chilla seems to ban or censor the criticisms of Zet's work a lot more than he would if he were being perfectly neutral. I even had to message him at the beginning to restore the thread after Zet deleted it, because he hadn't yet noticed, and he only seems to have threatened people who criticized the game. Chilla is confusing biased censorship with civility, and doesn't realize it, from my vantage point.
>I used to have a lot of private message arguments with Chilla where I tried to convince him to let both sides to have their say and how he should be more neutral. I also told him to keep an eye on Zet because I was afraid Zet would delete half the threads and ban people on the forum (the way he later did on Steam.) I told him Zet didn't own the forum, and at the time he threatened to ban me, and I think a lot of other people like Seiji. None of that appeared on the forum.
>So my frustration boiled when I saw the shoutbox posts and I assumed Chilla had done something even worse with the shoutbox while I was away, and called him out on it. My private words to Chilla never convinced him of anything before, so I can hoped complaining openly will somehow make him remember that transparency is infinitely healthier for the community.
>I wouldn't have been such a persistent jerk about this project if the two of them had showed (much) more humility toward anyone who offered them feedback. I also could not 100% ignore the thread when they were being so obnoxious and unethical: Zet deleting threads, and greedily trying to double-charge a backer on desura knotched up my dislike for him and the project, and he ignored me when I called him out on anything, not even giving a rebuttal. I didn't want to see people ripped off because no one was willing to argue with them. I didn't want Zet to just spam his way out of criticism without a fight, and things simply escalated from there. Honestly, if I hadn't argued with them so much they'd probably still be posting weekly sales updates, and Zet would have still been an abusive moderator.
>That sums up why I've acted how I have, in more words than I intended. Ultimately it doesn't matter what happens to this forum since there are plenty of others.
Well, we are approaching the one year anniversary of this board, and it still keeps limping along. Sometimes its dead, but sometimes it comes to life long enough to share a few discoveries.
For my own part I have mixed feelings whenever I share TG. On the one hand I do want to preserve as much TG as I can, but at the same time I feel like a lot of the fanbase are selfish and believe censorship is acceptable, and I don't think people who bar others from arguing their opinions deserve free manga or guidance about where to find more in Japanese. So I've stopped thinking about what I can do to help these selfish people, and will only share when it suits me, or when I think that I want to translate something. I don't have an interest in helping people who don't regard highly. Most 4chan anons, e-hentai, and Farhad anons did not make the jump to this board, or offer to help with creating a board for free speech, so I have concluded that this whole time I've been dealing with the dumb masses. There have been a few people I've met who I respect more, translators, editors, and fans who helped with finding raws or by showing their enthusiasm, but generally, the people within this fandom have been apathetic trash who prefer lies over truth.
Ah well, it was fun sometimes, and I feel that I did my part to try and make the tg manga sharing community better.
Well, Taruby's website has finally gone dark. I hope we managed to save everything he translated because he translated like 15-20 TG manga over the years, and some of them were about 100 chapters. And then there's the visual novel he started and didn't finish. I feel bad about not backing up everything he did now...
At least I saved the visual novel and a few chapters. Hopefully Batoto/Kiss Manga, and e-hentai will future proof the rest for at least another decade. We are going to lose scanlations sometimes if we don't exercise vigilance though.
An undercover FBI informant in the Russian nuclear industry who was made to sign an “illegal NDA” by former AG Loretta Lynch, claims to have video evidence showing Russian agents with briefcases full of bribe money related to the controversial Uranium One deal – according to The Hill investigative journalist John Solomon and Circa‘s Sara Carter.
The informant, whose identity was revealed by Reuters as William D. Campbell, will testify before congress next week after the NDA which carried the threat of prison time was lifted. Campbell, originally misidentifed by Reuters as a lobbyist is actually a nuclear industry consultant who is currently battling cancer.
As previously reported, Campbell was deeply embedded in the Russian nuclear industry where he gathered extensive evidence of a racketeering scheme involving bribes and kickbacks.
“The Russians were compromising American contractors in the nuclear industry with kickbacks and extortion threats, all of which raised legitimate national security concerns. And none of that evidence got aired before the Obama administration made those decisions,” a person who worked on the case told The Hill, speaking on condition of anonymity for fear of retribution by U.S. or Russian officials. – The Hill
Campbell’s attorney, former Regan Justice Department official Victoria Toensing, previously told Fox Business host Lou Dobbs “He can tell what all the Russians were talking about during the time that all these bribery payments were made.”
Sarah Carter: He’s very sick and he’s been battling cancer and going chemo. He is in a battle for not only his life, but in a battle against what he perceives as people within the US government that don’t want this story to come out. But there’s so much information that he is willing to share with the public to set the record straight, and believe me we’re gonna get it out there. He is going to have his say. His voice will be heard.
A military coup-de-grace in Zimbabwe and a bankrupt Venezuela. Both countries have extreme hyperinflation, citizens are starving and basic medical treatment is near impossible to find. These are the real world problems 47.5 million people are currently facing.
Presidents Robert Mugabe and Nicolas Maduro both deny the crises in their respective countries. For Maduro it is the media propagating false truths. In Zimbabwe the response to hyperinflation has been to declare it illegal.
Both countries are in the media spotlight after a significant week that has left one man powerless and another scrambling to restore faith in his bankrupt country.
Each country’s mess is thanks to mismanagement of resources and the central banking system. Citizens have had their rights almost decimated as the cash in the bank is worth increasingly less and fewer people are receiving income. Basic goods and services are near impossible to come by, with little sign of let-up.
The hyperinflation and economic situations in both the Latin American and south African country are a reminder of the damage caused by governments. Both Maduro and Mugabe have acted under the premise of serving the electorate. Citizens as a result have only suffered and seen their wealth diminish on a daily basis.
Both countries may seem a million miles away from the West in terms of political situation and cultures. However there is a strong lesson to be learnt. Savers should learn the need to protect their earnings and wealth from the manipulative decisions of governments and destructive monetary policies.
We all recall the hyperinflation event of 2008 when Zimbabwe suffered the second most severe episode of hyperinflation in recorded history. Zimbabwe’s annual inflation rate reached 89.7 sextillion (10^23) percent. In response Mugabe and his cronies replaced the Zimbabwean currency with the US currency.
Now Zimbabwe is undergoing a fresh currency crisis as well as a coup-de-grace. It is facing shortages of the US dollar and banks are being forced to ration withdrawals. The bond notes, issued to make up the shortfall, have dropped sharply in value on black market exchanges. The end result is inflation in retail stores and foreign suppliers refusing to accept the made-up-money.
Today the country is thought to be heading back towards 2008, once again. Steve Hanke, economics professor at Johns Hopkins University has calculated that as of 25 October this year the monthly rate of inflation is 77% and the annual rate is 348%. The official dollar-denominated rate is 0.38%. This is hyperinflation and not something you can just outlaw or ignore.
>>3246 Should this happen this will be even more damming for those with cash in the bank. Currently they are able to withdraw physical cash in order to keep on top of the daily increase in inflation. Now they will have little choice but to sit and watch its value disappear.
The enforced holding of cash in the bank will no doubt bring with it capital controls as citizens are prevented from exchanging the bolivar for stronger currencies such as the US dollar. The first step has already been taken as Maduro has tried to contain the financial rout by banning the publication of black market rates. Something Mugabe also tried.
Venezuela’s default should also be of concern to citizens elsewhere, especially in the US. It has come to light that a number of Americans with 401(k) own a hefty amount of Venezuela’s $60 billion debt. How will this work out if the country is unable to pay or has its debt restructured?
Avoid exposure to hyperinflation
Here in the West we are currently extremely fortunate as we are not facing political leaders such as Maduro or hyper inflationary scenarios as those seen in both Zimbabwe and Venezuela.
However, as evidenced just above we may still be exposed in the immediate sense to the failings of these countries, whether through our pension plans or investments elsewhere.
Even if you can be certain that you hold no Venezuelan debt or exposure to the Zimbabwean economy this is still a lesson in how one must diversify their assets outside of cash and the banking system. This is thanks to ultimate control institutions and governments have over these entities, should they so choose.
By holding assets outside of the system you can work to protect your wealth from such measures as those seen in Zimbabwe and Venezuela. Gold is one of the best examples. When held in a physical, allocated and segregated manner the owner cannot be prevented from accessing it whenever they so wish. Nor can it be devalued at will or suddenly illegal to trade. It is a borderless currency that acts without the control of governments looking to further their own wealth or political beliefs.
>>3249 Plastic figurines won't be worth shit during a serious crisis, but extra food, water + filters or a distiller, proper sanitary assets (bulk TP, tissue boxes, soap, shampoo, bic razors for shaving, tampons, condoms, etc), guns/ammo/clips/rem oil/spare parts, clothing, firewood + a wood burning stove, solar generator, etc. ... having stuff like that will save you and your family during hyperinflation (or some other crisis) and those without this stuff would be left miserable, likely die.
On the other hand, if you manage to survive and still have those figurines with you, I'm sure they'd sell for nostalgic value someday.
Human life is quite easy now, all the food you need to survive is within your grasp, an endless stream of water runs out of a faucet if you were to leave it running, you are reading this message on what I presume is a computer which gives you access to millions of websites that the scholars of the past would have killed to have access to.
Human life is quite easy now, which is why idiots succumb to terrors such as nihilism and existentialism so very easily, they aren't entertaining themselves, and they aren't fighting to survive with no time to think. There is nothing wrong with entertainment, for all we know, these lives are limited and someday we shall all fall, and we all have our methods of being content, whether it be reading a book, arguing on the internet, travelling, watching entertainers on the internet, trying to understand these lives, etc. The world is changing very quickly, even if some choose not to acknowledge it, the technology today is many times more advanced than the technology only a mere 50 years ago, and I expect the technology in 50 years to be no different. I will tell you now though, complaining on the internet about children entertained by individuals on the internet isn't going to make you happy. In fact, it quite honestly does the opposite, you need to eliminate your "ego" and opinions to be happy, to be an observer, you can derive beauty from anything, trust me.
Our goal in these lives should be the ability to lie on your deathbed and not give a single shit about dying because of a complete state of content.
>>15648 Zapłacił mi 3/4 za pierwszy utwór, który nie jest jeszcze skończony, więc spoko. Jeśli mi nie będzie płacił na bieżąco to wstrzymam prace i nie dostanie utworów, proste. Jak na razie jestem bliski skończenia jednej piosenki, zobaczymy jak reszta, ale myślę, że dotrwa to do końca bo zdaje się mu naprawdę zależeć, wkręca się w to, ma dużo pomysłów, jest zaangażowany, chce tego dopiąć.
Słyszałem historie o kradzieżach ale szczerze mam to gdzieś, nie dam się ochujać, więc o mnie się nie martwcie.
>>15672 Niewiem, z 1/4 albo 1/3 moge zapłacić z góry, a reszte na 2-3 raty w jakims okresie 1-2 miesiący, jak to będzie pasowało kocurkowi to spoko, a jak nie to zrobi mi 1/3 albumu , a potem będę mu co tydzień wysyłał po stówie i będzie nagrywał na bieżąco XD Chociaż woalłbym to pierwsze, bo być może będziemy niedługo współpracować w realu, więc lepiej by było już wszystko załatwić wtedy, żebym nie musiał więcej razy jeździć gdzieś daleko
Is it possible to disable GPS in phones? I mean actually disable it like disassemble the phone and disconnect it on the circuit board and not just in the options menu which will disable it for you and apps but not for those who want to know your location (like Google or such).
you can't really use any argument concerning centre of mass here, that only works for gravitational field at large distances for gravitational field nearby the best bet would be solving Laplace equation
mam tyle samo przygód co w sql w 2017 roku akurat, ale gimnazjum było pod tym względem najpieniężniejsze, codziennie była jakaś inba z nauczycielami, ktoś podpalił drzwi od kibla miotaczem płomieni z dezodorantu, wyjebał kawałek ściany, obsrał kibel etc...
>I'm going to hold some details back, because I'm pretty sure what I'm doing is at least a little illegal.
>I'm a femanon who has always had a interest in public use.
>I live in a large 4-bed place that is ~3 minutes walk from a college. I've long since graduated, and have a good job and make good money, but I live here because I can find young guy roommates very easily. I provide free housing, often to 6 guys, but right now only 5, and insist on them being attractive and clean. I make it very clear to them that if I'm in the common area, I'm dtf. They don't need to ask, or use protection, just go to work. If I've got a pink bracelet, anal is okay.
>I've lived the last 3 years as a communal fleshlight, and its great.
Free rent, free sex, stable job, "fuck me whenever you want however toy like without attachments." Am intrigued. Where can I get find another girl like her?
Right, good point. I guess this is why they buy them, not because they want to drench them in jizz, that's just as stupid as jizzing over a printed image... Sure, many of the models are very arousing, but no more than the original 2D, and what value does the 3D-ness add? Of course you want her "real" (3D), but you want her soft, hot, alive, not these bullshit plastic-cast models. No, the reason some people buy them is the same reason they buy any other merchandise crap, just stupid consumerism.
I used only Debian and few derivatives, then switched for Gentoo. It's very good, but compiling may be slow at old computer. Still worth it. It just werks.
I am actually in search of comfy binary distro, is Devuan good? Currently trying out Void Linux for flashdrive install. I don't like it a lot, probably just because am not familiar with it. I consider just doing Gentoo there with heavy stuff like portage tree and compiling being done on home computer.
As the transition towards a blockchain based economy continues, the established financial powers are desperately trying to stay relevant. In an attempt to boost their credibility, analysts at Deutsche Bank are finally admitting that state-run fiat currencies are becoming obsolete. For years, blockchain entrepreneurs and other critics of central banking have been branded either conspiracy theorists or criminals. But recently, those controversial opinions about the inevitable changes coming to the world’s financial system are being echoed by mainstream pundits.
Deutsche Bank’s top strategist, Jim Reid, recently articulated a view on the economy that is shared by many but rarely talked about:
“Central banks and governments which have ‘dined out’ on the 35 year secular, structural decline in inflation are not able to prevent it rising as raising interest rates to suitable levels would risk serious economic contraction given the huge debt burden economies face. As such they are forced to prioritise low interest rates and nominal growth over inflation control which could herald in the beginning of the end of the global fiat currency system that begun with the abandonment of Bretton Woods back in 1971.”
The most surprising part came when he acknowledged the crucial role cryptocurrencies may play in the move away from unbacked paper money.
“Although the current speculative interest in cryptocurrencies is more to do with blockchain technology than a loss of faith in paper money, at some point there will likely be some median of exchange that becomes more universal and a competitor of paper money.”
The people’s trust in centralized control of currencies has never been directly challenged on this scale before. Competition in the emerging digital economy between different cryptocurrencies has introduced an alternative monetary system that empowers the individual and rewards based on merit, not special interests.
Any paradigm shift like this is guaranteed to have growing pains, but those who refuse to adapt will suffer most. Even though Bitcoin, Ethereum, and countless other blockchain applications may create tremendous value for years to come, the current volatility is still more than most can stomach. One of the first things new people in the space love and hate is the tendency toward massive swings in price that occur seemingly at random. Those who do decide to get involved need to make their primary focus self-education. Trying to stay objective without understanding the fundamentals behind issues like scalability, forks, different algorithms, and mining incentives will be nearly impossible. The reactions driven by ignorance, greed, and fear are all amplified in these new unregulated markets, meaning there is no safety net for amateurs. These wild fluctuations will eventually level out as broader adoption occurs and the ability for major players to manipulate price diminishes. Before building a large position in crypto, it may be more important to develop a strong understanding of the technology and history.
>>3213 relative devaluation: if the market increases in size (somebody builds a house) but the currency remains stable, that money would have to disapper from the bank account of the owner of the house, just for owning that house. The other option is to print more money, because somebody owning a house should not be a reason for me to have less money in circulation for groceries. Realistically the adjustment is not going to be 1:1, and an uptick will destroy the economy very fast, so the reasonable goal is to anticipate a downturn but try to soften its slope. The only damage is that people have to keep up with the requirement of demanding an amount of pay that's appropriate for the existing economy, so they have more money to spend when same is demanded of them. It only means the life giving food is getting comparatively more rare than houses to live in. Just don't buy a second house but keep doing the same amount of work as in the 70's, so others can afford to get their first house and still eat by working 2 jobs like always. If you cna't keep up, you're the one causing the slope to tighten in the future, and that's what went wrong in "1998". Otherwise we could always have the middle shopping cart and work the same amount, but only the number of the money would go up, but that's ruined by people whining that the number that denotes the size of American market should never go up. That value of food should never go up and food producers should always be slaves to everybody else.
>>3251 relative stupidity: thinking central banks can print or issue currency out of thin air (backed by no intrinsic value or physical commodity) would not consequently effect the nation's value of their legal tender.
The problem is not so much inflation but what causes inflation. This is why fiat money throughout history has ALWAYS failed and hyperinflated. I expect the same with the US dollar someday.
Fun fact: Between 1783 to 1913, the US dollar was a real store of wealth because inflation was essentially zero (except during wartime). If you saved a dollar in the year 1800, a hundred years later you could still buy the same amount of goods with your savings.
Until 1933, people carried gold coins in their pockets, and paper bills could be exchanged for gold and silver coins at any bank. In 1933 however, the gold of US citizen’s was confiscated by the government, and the dollar was devalued by 41%.
Even though gold was confiscated and no longer used to purchase assets or used for public financial transactions the US dollar was still backed by gold. The new system, created at the Bretton Woods Conference in 1944, tied the currencies of virtually every country in the world to the US dollar through a fixed exchange rate. It also tied the US dollar to gold at a fixed rate of $35 an ounce.
Not surprisingly, runaway spending on warfare and welfare caused the US government to print more dollars than it could back with gold at the promised price. Nations began to repatriate their gold from US reserves over the years and it caused big problems for our insolvent governmental spending.
In 1971 the US dollar was de-pegged from gold, effectively ending the gold standard. Since then the dollar has devalued by 98% even though being propped up as a reserve currency with the petrodollar standard over the years. Without the reserve currency (petrodollar standard) the US economy would have already crashed a while back ago and Americans would have suffered through hyperinflation.
That day has been postponed for some time, but it will inevitably happen at some point in the future (no matter how long we try postponing it).
>>61634 >>61642 Still not sure exactly what you meant Yes there is Hezbollah in Syria, they are fighting on the side of Assad and will certainly stay after the war The US is against Hezbollah but there isn't much they can do as basically all options have been exhausted other than an all out war >>61643 >Isis were proxy soldiers for US-Israel to destabilize Syria and blame Assad. Correct, same with the Kurds and rebel groups >Have no idea if hezbollah is involved in Syria. Currently no info on that. Hezbollah is involved in a positive role and supports Assad/Syria along with Iraq and Iran, the Iraqi PMUs (poplar mobilization units/hashd) is also a major factor in Iraq and now Syria and also has quite a lot of crossover between Hezbollah both militarily and politically Hezbollah = mostly Shia nationalists and are typically on the right side Hamas = Sunni shits that are occasionally useful idiots but, corrupted by pro-Rebel opinions, support for the Muslim brotherhood and many would side with the Saudis ISIS = Wahhabi filth and western/Saudi puppets, the only value they have is when they attack the Kurds Kurds = unironic commie faggots and outright US/Israeli puppets >Israel is pissed they can't out Assad right now, so is the CIA. Yes
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>>61657 >Trump admin threatens to shutter Palestinian office in D.C. unless it enters into serious peace talks with Israel Not surprised with that cuck. Here's hoping Israel does declare war on Lebanon. Though what this means is those many countries controlled by kikes will join in and make their control apparent.
because i miss /h/ right now everyone post the projects you're working on at the moment, or plan to start im still chipping away at my guerilla warfare manual. just finished a book & notes on irregular fighting in the civil war, and starting a history of the boer war. the bush war, soviets in afghanistan, finland's winter war, GWOT operations, marxist terrorism in latin america, and maybe some original analysis of ISIS and YPG operations are in line after that. what's holding your autism at the moment anon?
Guerilla warfare has changed a lot in the information age though. I think an analysis of AQ, ISIS, the modern Taliban, the YPG, Russian- and government-backed militias in the Ukraine, the Houthis in Yemen, the FSA and PKK operations in Turkey would be a much more worthwhile manual instead of focusing on conflicts like the boer war or the winter wars, since the information those conflicts provide would not be useful against present day militaries and their technology.
I'm currently reading up on economic theory, trading and markets. Soon as I understand how it all works, I'm going to plug some holes in my historical knowledge. After that, I'm on to physics and mathematics. My autism knows no bounds.
>>151406 Ya I know- most fundamentals never change tho. I plan on making a section that looks at and tries and reconciles some of the tech advances and strategies in recent times- aviation and night vision are two of the big ones imo.
I enjoy the days leading up to 9/11, for reflection and considertion of the history which preceded it. Like I said this 100 year anniversary of the fake battle of Jerusalem is pretty cool and this Sept 11 will e special for me every year but this year in particular. We've all been through so much and there is much more to go. But ;et's use September 11 like Hannukah or something as the Jews do, because hannakuah is very much like 9/11 when you think about it.
Yeah, September 2017 was fun was it not? Here's a nice Northwood based art piece by yours truly. I think if reflected upon, it does explain some portions of the "occult deception". I ain't saying we Americans are perfect, not at all, but we do try for the high ground.
German regulators have banned certain types of 'smartwatches' marketed to children, saying the devices have been used to listen in on school classrooms and run afoul of Germany's surveillance restrictions.
The Bundesnetzagentur, or Federal Network Agency, said in a statement issued Friday that watches that would allow parents to "listen unnoticed to a child's environment" constitute an unauthorized transmitting system.
The agency said parents have been using watches marketed to children between the ages of 5 and 12 to monitor teachers.
It didn't name specific brands, but advised schools to be on the lookout for such devices.
The agency also says that if buyers of the products become known to authorities, they will be told to destroy the watches.
>>3241 Great, it's not on some brat's deadbeat dad to spy on my ch- >to monitor teachers >teachers should be allowed to speak to children in ways the parents are not privy to fuck my life and nuke that shithole already