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No. 32844 ID: 84c4e8 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  Stumbled on this on netflix. Its pretty interesting so far.
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>> No. 32886 ID: a4bc16
>>32882

Did you ever consider that not everyone who uses the internet is trying to do so to impress anyone, and some of us do so for our own personal amusement? If I want to impress people, I'll do that in the real world where it has a tangible benefit to my personal and professional networks. Talking to people on the internet is just for laughs, where I don't have to be so damned serious and watch everything I say like one must in today's reality.
>> No. 32887 ID: df12a0
>>32886

Explaining myself that way has always fallen on deaf ears; perhaps you'll have better luck.
>> No. 32888 ID: a4bc16
>>32874

Why are you so un-supportive of people doing our job for us?

It's common knowledge Benghazi was the #1 source of foreign suicide bombers in Iraq during the US occupation? That was a major staging area for global terrorism for a very long time, and is a much stronger one now.

Historically Libya has been an enemy state to the US to such a degree that the US fought its first foreign war in Libya to stop the piracy and slavery that the Barbary pirates were plaguing them with such that up to 20% of the US budget at times was put into paying tribute for shipping to pass unharmed. There has never been a time Libya was in any way an ally since.

Are we conveniently forgetting that Gadaffi only lost the support of his people and stopped being a "glorious revolutionary leader" when the US knocked on his door and told him to control his terrorist fucktard population and he agreed to have his security apparatus try to curtail the flow of fighters and munitions out of Libya?

Nothing good comes out of Libya, Gadaffi in his old age was at least a force we could sort of keep under some measure of control.

To be honest, I don't think you really know anything about the situation in any of these countries, at all, and you're just romanticizing the idea of running around being a revolutionary since you're not happy for some reason with a promising career and really just want to go get yourself shot needlessly to feel like it all mattered.

The thank you that the new Libya gave was to burn down the US Embassy and drag around the Ambassador's corpse beating it like a pinata. Get fucking real, the whole reason they fought against Gadaffi was because he was working with the US now instead of swatting F-16s out of the sky with his fist or whatever the fuck they thought.
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>> No. 32889 ID: a4bc16
>>32887

The Facebook generation, who've grown up with "likes" and "upvotes" believe the internet is a popularity contest, and that your worth as a human being is dictated by the number of people, whom you've never met nor will they ever be a part of your life, on your "friends list" who like everything you do such as the needy little mutually sycophantic, groupthink bastards they are.

Without a catalyst, an antagonist, something to poke things into motion, there is only stagnation. Just saying things you think everyone is going to like is amazingly boring.

>> No. 32891 ID: 9eea57
>>32886
You're either seeking attention or you're an autist with the mind of a 13 year old.


No. 32873 ID: e8174f hide watch quickreply [Reply]
 
>> No. 32885 ID: df12a0
>>32873

Meh, I'd hit it.


No. 32330 ID: 68aa6b hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  merp
>> No. 32331 ID: 2cab01
I was waiting for the llama to spit in his face. That's always been my experience when volunteering at an animal sanctuary.
>> No. 32332 ID: 68aa6b
  >>32331
I've had camels spit at me but never llamas.
>> No. 32333 ID: cd49aa
>>32332
The opposite for me. And it's ALWAYS in the face. And is so phlegmy...

Camels have been incredibly chill around me while llamas have been dicks. I'd own camels, have to think about llamas.
>> No. 32883 ID: e31da3
>>32332
Write a NSFW warning next time!
I watched that with speakers on at work!
>> No. 32884 ID: 7ea88a
>>32332
Don't forget about the hookers


No. 32846 ID: 68aa6b hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  More of my dashcam vids
>> No. 32875 ID: 81be18
The main things that make dashcam vids entertaining are very dangerous situations in exotic places and crazy reactions full of foreign curses.

I eagerly anticipate more of these things in future installments.
>> No. 32878 ID: 84c4e8
>>32846
>he didnt use his blinker even
Dont ever ever drive in Corpus Christi Tx.

Its like a blinker is a completely foreign thought process down here. And when people DO have their blinker on, theyve had it on for the past mile.


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32854 No. 32854 ID: db63ab hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Watched "A colt is my passport" (1967)

I don't think I have ever seen such a messed up looking gun in any movie.

https://youtu.be/PvR68ugbWA4?t=1m57s


No. 32839 ID: e9c3ed hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  Was Miami Vice always this operator? I may need to go back and watch the show.

This has put me in a nostalgic mood. Any other old shows or movies that are surprisingly good with action and firearm handling?
>> No. 32841 ID: 4930b8
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32841
Miami Vice was produced by Michael Mann who is probably the most operator director of all time.

>embed is broken as shit still
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9CxgHdlo4s
>> No. 32842 ID: c550c6
  >>32841
>embed is broken as shit still

Put the whole URL in now and it works.
>> No. 32843 ID: e9c3ed
>>32841
Really? I knew he directed the movie, but I had no idea he produced the show.

That's awesome. Michael Mann is my favorite director. I'm tempted to pull Last of the Mohicans out.


No. 32689 ID: c044b5 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  Strike Back Season 4 started last night!

http://www.tubeplus.is/player/2163726/Strike_Back/season_5/episode_1/Legacy%3A_Episode_1/
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>> No. 32697 ID: 90a126
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32697
My god this year is awesome. Not only we get Ultron and Mad Max and will get Star Wars 7 later on, we get a new season of motherfucking Strike Back.

I hope that launch date of December 31st for Fallout 4 remains true and Doom 4 is actually announced at E3.

If somehow we could get a Half Life 3 announcement this year would be best year ever.
>> No. 32831 ID: 9eea57
Well I've been putting it off for a while now because season 4 (Cinemax S3) was so bad I had very low expectations of this last season.

Thankfully it seems they fired the shitty writers and got some new ones in because after binge watching 5 episodes I can honestly say I'm hooked again.

Sure there's a few dumb things here and there but the cheesy dialogue is gone, this was one of my biggest gripes with the previous season, the banter between the two just seemed so forced, it seems natural again now. While the action sequences in S5 are at times big with a lot of explosions and shooting, it doesn't feel like the over the top action from S4.

Also gone is the gratuitous nudity appearing in almost every episode of the past 3 seasons in the form of a sex scene, a shower scene or just some female randomly throwing themselves at Scott for no reason. In fact I think it was 5 episodes before you even see a tit and as much as I was always a proponent of the nudity and sex, I don't mind that it's gone.

Here's hoping the next 5 episodes don't disappoint.
>> No. 32836 ID: 84c4e8
>>32689
> In fact I think it was 5 episodes before you even see a tit
WTF cinemax. Y U DO DIS?
>> No. 32838 ID: faf5b0
>infiltrate north korea via russia
>two white guys in nk, hundreds of miles behind enemy lines
>infiltrate into dual purpose power station/steel mill
>goldeneye style, plant c4
>blow that shit up
>get out successfully
>surrender because muh son

That was a wild ride haha.

Was it ever explain how the evil sleeper-agent from hell knew about his son in the first place?
>> No. 32840 ID: c044b5
>>32838
I would guess through the yakuza or whatever that followed Scott and his son a few episodes before


No. 32822 ID: de0bec hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  Indonesian crossfit documentary


No. 32820 ID: 07a769 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  Well, if Canada Day is going to be a thing, at least enjoy something out of it.
>> No. 32821 ID: 84c4e8
>>32820
That song is way better than it has any right to be.


No. 32803 ID: 07a769 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  Dugan rocking some Ping Pong arms.
>> No. 32804 ID: 81be18
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32804
Nice! Good to know he's still alive, and good to see some Daewoos.

This is just like my Korean P2W MMOFPSs.
>> No. 32816 ID: 07a769
>>32804
>Nice! Good to know he's still alive, and good to see some Daewoos.

Yeah, but I worry for Dugan's health. Same as SwissGuy, he's suffering from MS. And in the video, he didn't seem his usual energetic self.

While I'm glad he's uploading video(s) again, I just hope he isn't pushing himself too hard while doing it.
>> No. 32817 ID: 06a0fb
Glad he's back to his hijinks. Hope he's ok.

Also, >>32804
The Daewoo K2 AR-100 is now on my shortlist of rifles to buy once I get an AR. the DR-200 is civvy-legal .223 only, AR-100 is civvy legal 5.56)
>> No. 32818 ID: e9c3ed
I don't think he's really back. I believe he said he had two unreleased videos that he would upload if people supported his friend's Kickstarter.

I do hope he's back and healthy, but I'm just expecting two videos.
>> No. 32819 ID: 5f2bf8
>>32818
This is what I'm assuming as well. Hoping for the best, expecting the worst.


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