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Robot Status: Disengaged

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 No.116052[Reply]

Name literally one thing Sweden could do that would surprise me that isn't 'turn to the right of Stalin'. I'll wait.

>The goal is to humanise the terrorist, so to speak, and to dare to do it. Daring to ensure that the terrorist is a human being, he says, and continues to clarify his point.

>Because if we do not dare do that, then we dehumanize this person the same way as they dehumanize their victims, and if we can not understand or try to understand this person, we will not do anything about the basic problems.

http://speisa.com/modules/articles/index.php/item.3852/the-goal-is-to-humanise-the-terrorist-so-to-speak.html

 No.116053

I thought this was a politician saying that stuff, you had me going for a second there.


 No.116055

>>116053

It's really only marginally worse that art is doing it; shows how cucked their citizenry is.




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 No.116054[Reply]

Potential Winds of Winter Spoilers As Original Script for Stannis’ Death Surfaces

BRIENNE: “Do you have any last words?”

Stannis considers.

STANNIS: “Do you believe in the life to come?”

Brienne nods.

STANNIS: “I don’t. But if I’m wrong, and you’re right… tell Renly I’m sorry when you get there. I don’t imagine I’ll see him wherever I’m going. (beat) And my daughter. Tell her… tell her…”

“Sorry” doesn’t begin to cover what he feels about Shireen. The thought of it brings tears to his eyes, and he’s not going to die weeping in front of a woman he doesn’t know. Stannis stares up at her.

STANNIS: “Go on. Do your duty.”

Brienne raises her sword and brings it down with a mighty swing.

They should have kept it like this; it would've been better for the character.



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 No.115910[Reply]

Is the anon who was going to use aunt watermelon's tummo meditation still here?

 No.115913

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What?


 No.116048

>>115913

I think it was a girl that was on a 20 days dry fast or something, I wanted to to talk to her about her experience.




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 No.116003[Reply]

GENERAL MOVIE DISCUSSION THREAD

>fucked up and got a few nasty concussions from skating recently,

>I'm home from the hospital n don't have work but I can't play games or read or do anything other than watch movies or shows

Problem is I've already seen a lot of movies I've been wanting to watch.

Recommend me some good movies to watch

>pic related last one I saw

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 No.116010

I like "kitschy" movies; here's a few for your consideration

Commando

the Running Man

the Thing (the original one)

Return of the Living Dead

Escape From New York

the Road Warrior


 No.116013

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>>116010

I like your taste in movies, it's funny you mention commando because I was just showing my roommate the trailer for it to convince them to watch it.

I've seen I think all of those before, assuming when you say road warrior youre talking about mad max 2.

>commando

was definitely absolutely amazing, was really impressed with the stunts

>the running man

Lol that was taken place in 2017 I'm pretty sure, love the music

>the thing

Absolutely loved it, same guy the did special affects for it also did the scanners in pretty sure

>return of living dead

Not my favorite zombies but had good development

>escape from New York

Amazing film, always found it was really interesting that hideo Kokomo found a lot of his inspiration from that movie when he was making metal gear solid

>the road warrior

Better than the new one if ya ask me


 No.116014

>>116013

Hideo kojima I mean,


 No.116026

>>116013

Ah, I feel like you'll probably have seen all of the ones I'd be liable to suggest to you. I have to admit I'm a big fan of pedestrian stuff that just about everyone in the world that's 25 or older has seen.


 No.116044

>>116026

Ya never know! There's movies that were out there even I didnt know about or havnt seen. Like that movie They live, with that restler roddy riper. Havnt seen that movie or tonight I actually saw this movie from 86 called Dragnet that was like a comedy /new version of dragnet with tom hanks and dan Akroyd. Pretty funny film, are you a fan of Rambo?




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 No.116034[Reply]

where is the porn spammer when you need him most

 No.116035

hello i dont have all day you know


 No.116036

just how long do i have to wait here i don't believe this


 No.116037

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>>116036

gas yourself


 No.116038

>>116037

consider yourself harvested mundane


 No.116039

know what else is mundane? no porn spammer




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 No.116024[Reply]

Hitler (tries to) describe the beliefs of Emperor Julian the Apostate:

"When one thinks of the opinions held concerning Christianity by our best minds a hundred, two hundred years ago, one is ashamed to realise how little we have since evolved. I didn't know that Julian the Apostate had passed judgment with such clear-sightedness on Christianity and Christians. You should read what he says on the subject.

Originally, Christianity was merely an incarnation of Bolshevism the destroyer. Nevertheless, the Galilean, who later was called the Christ, intended something quite different. He must be regarded as a popular leader who took up His position against Jewry. Galilee was a colony where the Romans had probably installed Gallic legionaries, and it's certain that Jesus was not a Jew. The Jews, by the way, regarded Him as the son of a whore—of a whore and a Roman soldier.

The decisive falsification of Jesus's doctrine was the work of St. Paul. He gave himself to this work with subtlety and for purposes of personal exploitation. For the Galilean's object was to liberate His country from Jewish oppression. He set Himself against Jewish capitalism, and that's why the Jews liquidated Him.

Paul of Tarsus (his name was Saul, before the road to Damascus) was one of those who persecuted Jesus most savagely. When he learnt that Jesus's supporters let their throats be cut for His ideas, he realised that, by making intelligent use of the Galilean's teaching, it would be possible to overthrow this Roman State which the Jews hated. It's in this context that we must understand the famous "illumination". Think of it, the Romans were daring to confiscate the most sacred thing the Jews possessed, the gold piled up in their temples! At that time, as now, money was their god.

On the road to Damascus, St. Paul discovered that he could succeed in ruining the Roman State by causing the principle to triumph of the equality of all men before a single God—and by putting beyond the reach of the laws his private notions, which he alleged to be divinely inspired. If, into the bargain, one succeeded in imposing one man as the representatPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.116025

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Nobody was more tolerant than the Romans. Every man could pray to the god of his choice, and a place was even reserved in the temples for the unknown god. Moreover, every man prayed as he chose, and had the right to proclaim his preferences. St. Paul knew how to exploit this state of affairs in order to conduct his struggle against the Roman State. Nothing has changed ; the method has remained sound. Under cover of a pretended religious instruction, the priests continue to incite the faithful against the State."

The religious ideas of the Romans are common to all Aryan peoples. The Jew, on the other hand, worshipped and continues to worship, then and now, nothing but the golden calf. The Jewish religion is devoid of all metaphysics and has no foundation but the most repulsive materialism. That's proved even in the concrete representation they have of the Beyond-—which for them is identified with Abraham's bosom.

It's since St. Paul's time that the Jews have manifested themselves as a religious community, for until then they were only a racial community. St. Paul was the first man to take account of the possible advantages of using a religion as a means of propaganda. If the Jew has succeeded in destroying the Roman Empire, that's because St. Paul transformed a local movement of Aryan opposition to Jewry into a supra-temporal religion, which postulates the equality of all men amongst themselves, and their obedience to an only god. This is what caused the death of the Roman Empire."


 No.116027

rly maeks me dink

>at 4am




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 No.115979[Reply]

>doing 99% of the things you do because you where biologically programmed to do so

>realizing free will is a meme

really makes you think that you are able to think but you actually cant.

 No.115985

spooks




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 No.115972[Reply]

What do you think she's saying?

 No.115975

>>115972

Allahu agbar whitey


 No.115978

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"shut it down'




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 No.115808[Reply]

Would you give this "ugly" woman a chance?

 No.115809

Ironically, the men that would do so would do it for visual, fetishistic reasons.

Whilst the women that would give Beast a chance do it because he's so dangerous and I just wanna change him, teehee~, aka emotional, irrational reasons.

This is how the sexes work, in broad generalities.


 No.115814

As within; so without.

Ugliness is a sign of a shit person to be avoided.

There's no "good on the inside". You're either good all the way through or you're not.

Experience and careful observation has taught me this over & over.


 No.115828

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>>115809

>implying


 No.115889

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Is she implying that women actually give nice guys, let alone ugly nice guys a chance?

If you see a woman with an ugly man 99% of the time it's because she's ugly as hell too and she knows she won't get any better or it's because he's an unstable loudmouth and she's terrified of him. The rest of the time it's because he's rich.


 No.115948

>>115814

Shut up smiley. Just because you're ugly on the inside and out doesn't mean everyone has to be.




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 No.115939[Reply]

http://lanesplitter.jalopnik.com/nasa-almost-sent-a-motorcycle-to-the-moon-1793535699

It turns out that NASA did briefly consider sending its astronauts to the Moon with bicycles, electric mini-bikes to be exact. Information on these one-man vehicles is scarce, but a prototype was under development in 1969 for use on Apollo 15. It was a backup method in case the Lunar Roving Vehicle, the LRV colloquially known as the Moon Buggy, wasn’t ready in time for the mission’s launch. There was some talk about the mini bikes incorporated into later Apollo missions as well. But the LRV was ready and made its lunar debut carrying Dave Scott and Jim Irwin around the Hadley-Apennine region in 1971 and the last Apollo missions were cancelled. The closest the mini-bike ever got to space was prototype tests in a 1/6th gravity environment in 1969 in NASA’s Vomit Comet.

 No.115940

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meow meow meow?


 No.115942

>jalopnik.com




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 No.115892[Reply]

>tfw I just realized the robot probably killed Colgate

What have I done tbh fam

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQT_LwV2qwM

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 No.115941

Also, I've been banned from this site on my main IP for about a week now and posting over tor is annoying




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 No.115867[Reply]

http://www.strawpoll.me/12597794

 No.115870

Do it.


 No.115919

self bump


 No.115920

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 No.115931

then it settled! anon it is!




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 No.115893[Reply]

>no, Nazbol is basically banned because it's largely just used by Asserists as a way to post. people who ironically nazbolpost and get banned are free to appeal. I don't think it's banworthy if it's obviously a joke.

What did the /leftypol/ mean by this? I seriously have no idea what all these words in bold mean.

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 No.115905

>>115904

>this is exactly what smiley does with his magician fantasies tho

This is a common problem with people who come from /fringe/ to /4chon/ in that they seem to be under the impression that we give a shit what an inconsequential mentally ill kike from canada thinks or does outside of whether it amuses us or not, and that goes double for his hangers-on who can't go a single thread without bringing him up when no one else will. No one here gives a damn about /fringe/ or the retards that proliferate it.


 No.115907

>>115904

>ask for scientific proof

read Sorcery by J. Finley Hurley


 No.115912

>>115907

>Don't listen to scientists

>read this 80 page paper-back novel by a gay dead retard (((psychologist))) instead


 No.115914

>>115898

this is literally /pol/


 No.115923

>we should get paid

>is a communist




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 No.115915[Reply]

do what the black man sez

 No.115917

>>115915

>>115915

*slap slap*




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 No.115601[Reply]

Why are you guys always angry about something when there are some people posting here who have an amazing sense of humor?

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 No.115690

>>115687

alcohol HEH


 No.115694

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>>115687

*cums down ur attention whore throat*


 No.115833

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posting in top quality thread


 No.115847

>>115604

Requesting the copypastas about cripplecocks and how KIKES are damaged by trauma right after birth.


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>>115847

Request denied bish nikkuh




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