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No. 33921 ID: 1a91fc hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  So I know the message the creator of this short was trying to send. Personally think it was a bit ham fisted but the end result was cool.

What I really thought about through it though is that Humans are one hell of a creature. How many other animals are capable of such focused will and conviction that they can truly hate. In that respect humans are actually kind of awesome.
>> No. 33922 ID: c550c6
So only those with true dedication will prevail?
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>> No. 34056 ID: 79b400
It may be a story of hate, but it's a labor of love.

Everyone involved in this is incredibly skilled, everything about it is astoundingly beautiful and well crafted.

However, it makes a better Gunship music video than it does as a stand-alone short movie. The music video was able to capture an emotional side that seemed almost void in the short.

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  My new musical waifu.

I've listened to pretty much everything she's made so far and it's all great.
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>> No. 34037 ID: 98c1a2
This is literally mfw when I listen to Lesson. Mute this youtube, put Iruma's song, and enjoy.

[ha ha ha intensifies]
>> No. 34038 ID: 98c1a2
  The first two songs are the strongest of the album, but they're not bad tunes to jive along for a while.
>> No. 34039 ID: 798a48
  This person did a collab with my brother once on an animu cover.
>> No. 34040 ID: 4c768d
  not sure what her name even is
>> No. 34049 ID: 79b400
Oh wow. She made one of my favorite Porcupine Tree songs even better.

I love this.

No. 34032 ID: 490e84 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  last thing you watched
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>> No. 34034 ID: 037541
  just some FunHaus
>> No. 34041 ID: 59033e
Watched the Best Friends get hyped for the new Zelda, and fantastically bored at the new Pokemon
>> No. 34044 ID: 385f49
  I assume it implies online resources history.

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33824 No. 33824 ID: 6372b6 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Moeycheindeyezing moeycheindezing!

And more.

Post stuff that could be used in a "go to OPERATORchan"-style promo video. Or just cool shit you've done, pictures and video welcome. Doesn't have to be super serious.

I'll also be asking to use some footage posted here by some people, if you don't want to be included just say so.

So far, I have a few seconds of PhoenixPhart shooting a meatba, Meplat blowing up a melon stuck on a bayonet, Avgas shooting his HCAR, and snippets from Jedi's videos.

I'll post a test version when I feel it's ready, you guys can judge it/request edits or whatever, that's cool.
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>> No. 34008 ID: 98c1a2
Okay so the video stuff has been littered over my desktop and I want to get it done.

I feel like ending it on a drunk semi-coherent PBE ramble about something OPchan related, anyone got some fitting pasta or a story to type out that they don't mind gets used/modified?
>> No. 34010 ID: 53e7c0
I think he's just try-harding and trying to be fast as possible.
>> No. 34023 ID: 98c1a2
  So I've birthed this faggotry.
>> No. 34030 ID: f49edb

completely missed this. Pretty hilarious.
>> No. 34031 ID: 961ccb

That thumb over barrel at the end.

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33928 No. 33928 ID: dda126 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
ITT we post screenshots of interesting/retarded/funny gun stuff as seen on TV/films/games etc.
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>> No. 34011 ID: 59033e
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So Chasing Dead(Wii U, PC) is a game that exists, and that might be the nicest thing I can say about it. The firearms representation in it varies from mundane to hilarious. For instance here's the M4.
>> No. 34012 ID: 59033e
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Compare that to the venerable Russian AK-47.
>> No. 34013 ID: 59033e
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Or if you're in a particular mood you can grab the legendary MP5, accurately modeled with it's no goddamn sights and a big fuck off AN/PEQ-2.
>> No. 34014 ID: 59033e
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Or you can grab an M79, but only grab the handguard as this particular model is fired by sheer force of will. Should you manage to actually get it fire, you will be treated to what might be the funniest fucking representation of a grenade launcher I've ever seen. https://youtu.be/aRrlMNaPEz0?t=506
>> No. 34029 ID: 2292a5
good imfdb page

No. 33839 ID: 037541 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  "Lao Yang and Eddy both work for a company called CREC (Chinese Railway Engineering Company). They have just set up camp near the remote mining town of Kolwezi in the Katanga province of the RDC. The goal of the company is to redo the road - covering 300km - that connects Kolwezi with the capital of the province Lubumbashi. Lao Yang is head of logistics of the group. He is responsible for the equipment, building materials and food (mainly chickens) to arrive in the isolated Chinese prefab camp. The Congolese government was supposed to deliver these things but so far the team hasn't received anything. With Eddy (a Congolese man who speaks Mandarin fluently) as an intermediate, Lao Yang is forced to leave the camp and deal with local Congolese entrepreneurs, because without the construction materials the road works will cease. What follows is an endless, harsh, but absurdly funny roller coaster of negotiations and misunderstandings, as Lao Yan learns about the Congolese way of making deals."
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>> No. 34021 ID: f44962
A primer on building a log cabin from scratch with traditional methods. Remember to turn on closed captions.
>> No. 34022 ID: b2f730
This thread has me looking for a good hewing axe again. I want to find an old one that's a bit fucked up looking so someone will sell it cheap. Easy to fix up and rehang.

Fuckers like that wranglerstar lad has the ebay prices, and the like, sky fucking high these days.
>> No. 34025 ID: f87148

Think a CS Trail Boss would work for you? 'Cause those are pretty damn affordable, and seem to be well-received.
>> No. 34026 ID: b2f730
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Nah, I have axes that fit that role well already. Couple of felling axes and a gransfors bruks small forest (a favourite bit of kit).

It's the offset wide blade hewing axe thing I'm looking for, like in the image.

It's a want, a tool for a fairly specialised task, so I'm not going to stress it. Still I would love to hand process at least a few beams or something for a project. Pure satisfying idea to my mind.
>> No. 34027 ID: f87148

I gotchya. Well, it was a thought. I'll try to keep an eye out for you as I conduct future, tangentially related research; you might be amazed by some of the shit I find by sheer happenstance...

No. 34017 ID: 037541 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  Comedians have to plug their comedy shows by going on local morning shows and they are always terrible to do. They are super early and the hosts always ask the same dumb questions no matter what town you are in.

Well Tom Segura decides to have a little fun with them and comedy magic ensues.
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>> No. 33980 ID: 8be205
I would like to, but it's only available to Canadian cable subscribers, either on Bell networks or on CraveTV. Sucks, since I'm a syrupless hamburger Ameritard.
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>> No. 33983 ID: 8be205
you're a gentleman and a scholar sir.
>> No. 33984 ID: 53e7c0
Sure as God wears sandals.
>> No. 34004 ID: e9c0bd
tell ya what, i may not go down in history, but i'll go down, on you

No. 33993 ID: 490e84 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  I found fireworks
>> No. 34001 ID: 490e84
  A rare positive charged lighting strike. More powerful than the common negative type. You can hear em pulse effects on mic and wires when it strikes

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33988 No. 33988 ID: c2499b hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Well because my tablet can’t install the new FunimationNow App I will have to remove my current app. Is there any other apps I can use for a Android based tablet like Funimation that shows every anime in English Dub. I thank you for letting me know this.

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>> No. 33998 ID: 634497
I've had a very positive experience with Anime Mobile, a free application produced by (IIRC) animefreak.tv, but their content, at least as served through the mobile application, is overwhelmingly subbed rather than dubbed. If you can overlook that, give it a shot. Bonus: it allows you to download episodes to your device, and keeps them sorted by series in an organic library.

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