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No. 33916 ID: 82a3e8 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  Apparently Hamburger helper released a full on mix tape.

It isnt.... awful. That says something.


No. 33859 ID: 490e84 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  You are part of a team of scientists using time travel to study early humans and hominids, you can have them listen to one song and study their response.
What is it?
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>> No. 33864 ID: 81f866
  >>33859
>> No. 33865 ID: 6372b6
  Probably something like this.

It's slow, builds slowly, and would let the early homonid get accustomed to the new sound. I'm pretty sure bombarding someone that is used to rocks, sticks, and birds chirping as a soundtrack wouldn't really yield any useful information; it would probably just sound like noise to them.
>> No. 33866 ID: 06a0fb
  >>33865
Well if we're going to go all srs bznuss on the thread...

Single instrument, easily identified indivdiual notes and chords are differentiated easily, slow enough pace for notes and chords to register before moving on to each measure, but still a wide range of tones, octaves and speeds.

Could provide some interesting data on how the early hominid brain cued on different volumes and frequencies, and relational data to evolutionary psychology for pattern recognition within sound patterns which could be used to infer an early developmental capability for recognition of vocalization and language development.

Would be interesting to take an early hominid and put them in an FMRI and see how a non-verbal holotype genus brain substructures activate when listening to the music versus natural sounds of, say, prey organism vocalizations. I wonder if a non-verbal hominid uses an analogous area of the brain for musical processing as we homo sapiens use for speech recognition.
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>>33861
confirmed for W.Virginny
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>>33878
Hey don't act like you wouldn't fuck a cave bitch. Its the ultimate fuck. You'd be doing some historical shit. You'd be the first to do anal, the first to do some ass to mouth, the first to tell your women to shave before you go down on her, the first to go down on her, the first to do cow girl, and the first to break some poor bastards heart.

Everything you do you can pass it off on your own, changing the course of human development and knowing that you did it first. In the butt.

Plus considering the average size of ape dingles, even an average dude would feel like a goddamn horse compared to all the inferior cave dongs and would both frighten and arouse the cave woman with your superior shaft of future wang. They would tremble in terror and lust, falling before you like children before Anders Brehvik, unable to resist your mighty meat and your revolutionary come-on lines they never heard before.

You would be a towering inferno, a stiff idol which the women worship without hesitation. A hairless (mostly hairless) god that is superior in every way to the poor beta cave men.

Plus in the modern day you can say truthfully that you fucked everyones great great great great great great great great great great great great great great great great great great greatx50 great grandmother.


No. 33730 ID: 7eee47 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  Looks like they're going the behind enemy lines route of the first one being great, then the sequels just being cheap straight to dvd shit
>> No. 33731 ID: 06a0fb
>>33730
that's to be expected when the first one is based on a memoir and then you make stupid sequels based on bullshit screenwriters' ideas who havent ever served or seen combat.

why is this a surprise to anyone?
>> No. 33834 ID: c1c101
Well fuck...I'll have to watch it because it has Dennis Haysbert in it...but yeah it'll probably be shit.
>> No. 33853 ID: 360765
gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay


No. 33766 ID: 873adc hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  The Man in the High Castle - an American dystopian alternative history television series produced by Amazon Studios, Scott Free, Headline Pictures, Electric Shepherd Productions and Big Light Productions. The series is loosely based on the 1962 novel of the same name by American science fiction author Philip K. Dick. The story is an alternative history of the world in which the Axis powers won World War II. The United States has been partitioned into three parts: The Japanese puppet state of the Pacific States of America, which comprises the former United States west of the Rocky Mountains; a Nazi puppet state that comprises the eastern half of the former United States; and a neutral zone that acts as a buffer between the two areas, called the Rocky Mountain States.

The pilot debuted on January 15, 2015 and was Amazon's "most-watched since the original series development program began." On February 18, 2015, the series was picked up for a ten-episode season, leading to the remaining nine episodes being released on November 20, 2015. A second season of ten episodes has been announced for a 2016 release. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Man_in_the_High_Castle_(TV_series)

Episodes 1-9 here:
https://www.animmex.co/search?search_query=The+Man+in+the+High+Castle&search_type=videos

Episode 10 (finale) here:
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x3hxt5c_the-man-in-the-high-castle-s01e10-hd-series-2015_shortfilms
http://dai.ly/x3hxt5c

The Man In The High Castle S01E01 [HD] http://dai.ly/x3g5m0l
>> No. 33828 ID: 82a3e8
My lady and I have been enjoying it.


No. 33732 ID: 82a3e8 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
  Is fucking amazing.

This is the newest. Ill post more tomorrow.
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No. 33768 ID: 3d25a3 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  I HAVE NO FUCKING WORDS FOR HOW GREAT THIS IS


No. 33761 ID: 3052f4 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  so this happened
>> No. 33763 ID: 9723b1
I bet kids would be less vaginal today if they watched shows like Magnum PI.
>> No. 33765 ID: a18c5a
>>33763
That show featured more of Tom Sellick's thighs than I care to remember.


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33710 No. 33710 ID: 8dfa9e hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
No Revenant thread? I saw it yesterday, thought it was good. Some dumb firearms related stuff but whatever, you have to expect that. Also could not understand 1/2 of what Fitzgerald said but that could be due to shitty audio in my theater. What'd you guys think?
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>> No. 33756 ID: faf5b0
>>33749
Just a convenient plot device. Overlook the plotholes.
>> No. 33757 ID: adbbc9
>>33756
how was that a plot hole? the french had the girl the whole time, its why he suddenly sold the horses when the guy talked about his missing daughter,
>> No. 33758 ID: 9723b1
>>33749
>Did they kidnap the daughter before the Ree came to buy horses?

Yes that's why the chief needed the horses, because he was looking for her.

>They had her the whole time and the Ree didn't notice her in the french camp?

Yeah she was hidden.

It's irony I guess, the chief bought horses from the people who took his daughter, in order to faster find his daughter.
>> No. 33759 ID: 79b400
I saw it yesterday morning before I went to work.

Great movie, beautiful cinematography and cast. A few little editing boo boos, like Leo getting two shots off without reloading with a single shot Kentucky flintlock pistol.

Other than that, it was a pretty engaging movie and I loved it.

Though, that bear scene made me want to yell at the scene "you're making it worse! So much worse!" It was like a rape scene.
>> No. 33760 ID: 2690aa
  >>33759
>A few little editing boo boos, like Leo getting two shots off without reloading with a single shot Kentucky flintlock pistol.

He had two guns during that scene but due to the editing it looked like he fired two shots.

That was the only editing mistake I caught, the rest of the movie was flawless.


No. 33720 ID: 7eee47 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  Embrace your fear comrade
>> No. 33721 ID: b3b917
What is that? Some kind of russian Transformers rip off?
>> No. 33722 ID: 7eee47
>>33721
It's a movie called August Eighth, about the Georgian invasion of Russia(movie is clearly pro-Russian propaganda). The main plot is the women sends her kid to stay with her ex-husband who is a peacekeeper on the border, then war breaks out and she goes to find him. The robots come from, the kids imagination, as basically every time he sees something terrible he thinks of his favorite play
>> No. 33724 ID: 91b0ea
>>33722
>Georgian invasion of Russia
South ossetia.

Rest is correct.
>> No. 33725 ID: 70d38f
  >>33722 >>33724
>South ossetia.
Citizens of SO received Russian Federation passports by bilateral agreement between local government and Moscow. Russian peacemaker
contingent at the local base was attacked by Georgena forces. Russia have had all the rights to respond, despite Saakashvili's belief that America can save him from anything.

Recommend you to watch Olimpius Inferno which leans more into war drama side.


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33696 No. 33696 ID: bb84f8 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
So, I use to come here a lot about 5-6 years ago and I'm pretty damn surprised to see this place still kicking. In honor of that I'm going to upload a bunch of photos of St Thomas, USVI. I moved the Caribbean 6 months ago, back when I was active here I lived in Florida.

Shout out to Bat Guano, he once sent me a DVD reader for my computer and a DVD with his (then) entire picture collection on it.
The first 9 photos here are snapshots of the journey from the middle of Charlotte-Amalie to the Home Depot in Tutu.
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>> No. 33705 ID: bb84f8
I'll have more photos later, right now I have to get ready for work.
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>> No. 33713 ID: e3de30
beautiful place.
If only my hometown St. Thomas (AUT) would look that pretty.
>> No. 33844 ID: 56dedb
The image of blue, humid sky over a home depot mashed up in a dead-end valley is frankly quite depressing to me, even as someone who lives where it rains constantly. Walking to lunch from there must suck ass.
Something that banal should not be permitted that close to the shoreline.


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