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No. 30469 ID: 138947 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
   
>> No. 30471 ID: 451480
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>> No. 30485 ID: a0ee02
  This is opchan's fucking theme song right here... if we were an Australian biker gang...


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No. 30464 ID: 17ac4c hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  Go pro your chest, go work out, put it to music and yeah.....
>> No. 30465 ID: 959caa
I find her mouth....unsettling.
>> No. 30466 ID: 57e823
that last frame
>> No. 30467 ID: cb4bfc
Patriarchy
>> No. 30470 ID: b338a2
>>30465
probably trying not to laugh
>> No. 30479 ID: 885afe
All I could hear in my head was a feminist yelling at me for watching that video..

DAMN YOU FEMINISM.


No. 30403 ID: 554ccd hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  Who called it?
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>> No. 30442 ID: d444df
Didn't he get v& a while back?
>> No. 30455 ID: 24d29c
is it just me or does he look stoned in this video?

>>30442
IIRC his manager or something was found tied to a chair and executed, but I'm pretty sure he had nothing to do with it seeing as he is making vids again. He was off the air for a while though.
>> No. 30458 ID: cb4bfc
>>30455
Remember the conspiracies going around back then that it was the Obama admin that murdered that guy because of a vast gun control plan??
>> No. 30461 ID: 834a52
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>> No. 30462 ID: af3192
>>30442
No. BATFE tried to go after him on some technicality for profiting from using "explosives" (tannerite) or something (No, seriously.).

>A person is required to obtain a federal explosives manufacturing license if they intend to engage in the business of manufacturing explosives for sale, distribution or for their own business, [ATF spokesman Richard] Coes said.

>The ATF believed that Myers was violating this law.

>“The claim is that he was using explosives and getting paid for it via YouTube,” Coes said.

>Information found during the search could be presented to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, according to Coes.

http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2013/03/robert-farago/atf-raids-fps/


No. 30439 ID: 451480 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  What the fuck where we thinking back then? How the fuck could these devices make women lose weight?
>> No. 30440 ID: b338a2
They used to drink vinegar because they thought the acid would eat away at the fat
>> No. 30449 ID: edc783
Remember this was also during a time when school lunches were hearty with a substantial amount of meat, gravy, and potatoes.
>> No. 30452 ID: b338a2
>>30449
Don't see what's wrong with that, that's all three food groups
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>>30452
Neither do I, but I blame liberals for healthfagging it all up.
I suppose sour cream falls under the gravy group for you.
>> No. 30457 ID: b338a2
>>30454
Well all I need is meat and potatoes, everything beyond that is just gravy


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30405 No. 30405 ID: 509634 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I'm looking for more stencil related pics. I know someone can dump a million of them. Thanks
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More patterns in this one
>> No. 30441 ID: 509634
Awesome.

Thanks again. I wish I could post this in /t/ or /k/ probably get more eyes on. heh


No. 30398 ID: c76124 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  ITT: Creepy and/or disturbing music videos.
>> No. 30400 ID: 58a76a
  This is kind of a gimme, really.
>> No. 30402 ID: ca1f44
  These guys were out of the Dallas area when I was growing up. It's too bad they never really took off.


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30291 No. 30291 ID: 94a5de hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I -think- this is the right place. So basically I started writing bits of a story to see if anyone likes it and if I was any good at writing in general. I love the idea of modern armies facing off with ancient ones and destroying them. I heard about a story about Marines going back in time to Rome and fucking shit up called "Rome Sweet Rome" and I was super excited to read it. Than I found out it wasn't a book. It was nine short paragraphs of 'what happened on this day' on Reddit and it wasn't super interesting. But somehow he got a movie deal off it.

I thought "I could do better than this." so I tried. Let me know if it's bad or good. As far as the actual military lingo goes I've struggled a bit so if anything is wildly incorrect or wrong feel free to let me know so I can edit and change it.

Ultimately I dropped the Rome concept and went to more of a Fantasy setting. Like if Generation Kill met LOTR and than they proceeded to fuck shit up. I figure it was more interesting than Rome and if people like what I wrote I could keep going without being called a rip-off of the Rome Sweet Rome idea.
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>> No. 30365 ID: 94a5de
>>30358

Nah, I had an idea where US Marines in modern day Afghanistan climb a mountain and on the other side they meet Soviet troops from the 80's and they had to team up to survive the night before slipping back to their own time.

When I told my friends that story they said it sounded like Rome, Sweet Rome which I googled and it's on reddit as a outlined idea for a book. It got a movie deal apparently.

This is the first time I've heard of Pax Romana and it follows a different plot than Rome Sweet Rome. More of a "Guns of the South" vibe than anything. But now that I've heard of it I'm going to read the shit out of it anyway. I love this setting and genre so much, I only write because I can't find a suitable amount of jerk-off material regarding this settings.

There are a few series, books and so forth but not all of them are very good. Zipang was a Manga/Anime and it had it's moments. "The Final Countdown" had some really fucking good potential but than they pull the biggest cock block in movie history and recall the fighters before they can fuck up the attack on Pearl Harbor. There were two Japanese movies where the JSDF go back in time but both movies involved the JSDF being a bunch of retards who immediately abandoned their armor vehicles, forget the concept of mechanized units and than buttfucked by Samurai. The manga 'Gate - Thus the JSDF Fought Here' is really fucking good and still running and I drew inspiration and scenarios from that and put them into writing for a few of these little 'chapters'

Also the book series "Armageddon?" about Hell invading Earth and than getting completely anally annihilated by modern tactics and weapons was possibly one of the best things I've ever read.
>> No. 30366 ID: 94a5de
Four figures weaved their way through the morning crowds pouring into market street of the Imperial capital. They went unnoticed, it wasn't unusual for travelers from distant lands to make an appearance, traders and mercenaries, diplomats and even tourists, this group fit right in. Wearing heavy cloaks, skullcaps and other such garments they blended into the masses easily though these men were not even from this world. Green Berets tasked with a special mission to cripple the legislative body of the Empire and if they were lucky, decapitate it's leadership. They were alert, eyes scanning every last man, woman and child that crossed their path for signs of trouble, noting escape routes, vantage points. Under their cloaks each man was strapped, H&K Mp7's with a chest-rig loaded down with spare magazines, small and concealable. One of the men had a rucksack, a leather and cloth affair that you could buy at any low-end stall in market town but inside was something completely out of place in Odd-World.

One of them nudges the other with two fingers, they all trace his gaze to a large church tower and nod. They had worked together so long that words weren't even nessecary, not to mention speaking English could possibly blow their cover. They filed into the church discreetly, the followers were taking seats and preparing for that mornings sermon, no one noticed the four men duck into a backroom and scale the ladder into the bell tower. Once at the top the device inside the rucksack was withdrawn, a GTLD III or Ground Target Laser Device. It only took a minute to set it up on the edge of the railing and line-up a sight picture with the huge dome roof of the senate building in the center of the city.

"This is Saber, we're in position." One of the men checks in.
"Saber, we copy you. This is Lancer flight, we're passing over the Duma Mountains now. We'll approach the capital from the East at a low altitude." The reply came from the two F-16C's that were fast approaching.

The two F-16's were carry a full payload of GBU-28 laser guided missiles, though ideally they wouldn't need them all they had prepared for the event that the eyes on the ground identified any other targets of opportunity. "What's this about a low pass?" Asks the pilot of Lancer 2. "You can call it a wake-up call." The reply came back like it was a joke, it wasn't like the enemy had anti-air capability but there wasn't any need to create a risk like that. "Whatever, it wasn't my idea though." Lancer 2 sighs, letting the hot-shot wing-leader make the call. It wasn't like he didn't like to show off himself. "Lancer Flight, descend to 3,000 feet. Follow me in and activate your afterburners."

Below in the capital streets the typical morning routines were being carried out. Even in the relatively
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>> No. 30367 ID: 2dddec
>>30365

>Also the book series "Armageddon?" about Hell invading Earth and than getting completely anally annihilated by modern tactics and weapons was possibly one of the best things I've ever read.

You're thinking "The Salvation War". Originally posted on stardestroyer.net, I think. "Armageddon???" was the first book, followed by...well, I won't spoil it. Anyways, enjoyable read, has a lot of war materiel technical detail that'll make /k/tards cream themselves hard, plus lots of Humanity, Fuck Yeah! moments (pretty much the entire thing).

Last I had read (which, admittedly, was a few years ago), it couldn't "get published" due to some fuckstick out in Ukraine or some Eastern European hell hole basically putting up a torrent of it (mind you, it was posted, in entirety, online in a forum...by the author...), so now "no publisher will touch it, since it's already out there for free". I've got my own qualms with this notion, but whatevs. Maybe I need to update myself on the situation going on with it.
>> No. 30368 ID: fd3911
>>30367
http://www.tboverse.us/HPCAFORUM/phpBB3/viewforum.php?f=29

For some reason, stardestroyer.net is now members-only to read. And I'm not going to register just to read The Salvation War again.
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>>30367
>Salvation War

Shit I remember that story. Was pretty good and was when that site still was pretty interesting and not dominated by a bunch of US hating overly liberal morons.

Does suck what happened to Stuart, where his story was so spread around that no publisher would touch it. As far as I know because of that he never released the 3rd chapter.

>>30368
Some sections of the site you cannot access directly for some dumb reason but here's a working link to the story.......

http://bbs.stardestroyer.net/viewtopic.php?t=118769


No. 28929 ID: f15682 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  Apparently there still are awesome people in Canada.

Why have I not heard of this guy before seeing this just now?
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>> No. 29041 ID: b338a2
>>29039
Tell me more
http://www.gallup.com/poll/150341/record-low-favor-handgun-ban.aspx

Even the anti gunners that describe themselves as such dont feel nearly strongly enough about the issue
>> No. 29051 ID: 823a67
>>29041
>poll
Are you really this stupid?
>> No. 29062 ID: f70034
>>29051
>>29039
Between the Bradys having to resort to selling their email lists, and Bloomberg's recent Everytown attempt just being his newest one with MDA and MAIG having failed, and anti-gun 'studies' constantly being debunked (the rigged CCW-vs-active shooter roleplay and the FBI's dumping the SPLC comes to mind), you certainly have some serious money but not necessarily much in the way of grassroots efforts from ordinary folks.

This is opposed to the surge of CHL/CCW applications and increasing NRA/GOA/JPFO numbers, not to mention the ongoing efforts and defense fund by the Armed Citizens' Network, grassroots legislative watchdog groups in nearly every state, not to mention the SAF doing their thing in the high courts, the nonpartisan Appleseed Project and CMP, and Pink Pistols.

I'd say there's more money, more people, and better bottom-up organization behind the pro-side. I understand nothing is wrong with a moderate stance and that it's important to seek balance and be considerate of all sides of the issue and all that, but the real echo chamber is to be found in the hoplophobe camp.
>> No. 29064 ID: f15682
>>29039
>Both sides have very strong numbers.

If looking at the Brady Campaign is any indication, and it should be, then by looking at their popularity and numbers tell me that's a big fat god damn lie.
>> No. 30362 ID: 57e823
  New ad


No. 29388 ID: 8ef743 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
  What are your favorite science-fiction and fantasy films which no one else seems to know about?

One of mine is The Quiet Earth from the year 1985, about a scientist who awakes one morning to find that apparently all people have vanished. It has low points and B-movie moments, but the overall impact was terrific. The first time I saw it was via a rented VHS tape in the 1990s. The first half of it I think gives a realistic portrayal of how a human being would react in that situation. A scene I will never forget is when the main character wonders into a church while drunk, with a shotgun, and proceeds to shoot the statue of Jesus in frustration.
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>> No. 30326 ID: 885afe
>>30325
SWEEEEET. ALREADY SEEN IT BUT GONNA SEEN IT AGAIN.
>> No. 30327 ID: 17c549
I just watched "The Man From Earth".

I thought it was excellent, but don't expect an action movie.
>> No. 30328 ID: 8f9173
  Roger Corman's Galaxy of Terror (1981)

>A Sci-Fi movie best known for featuring a scene were a woman gets raped by a giant space maggot.
>> No. 30334 ID: 388296
>>30328

That scene was so fucking sexy.
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>>30334
Indeed it was, NSWG.

That scene gave me a boner.


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