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109518 No. 109518 ID: 19518e Stickied hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
Been a while since we had us a good roll call. I'm sure some old trips lurk here, would be nice to hear if they're still alive.

to keep things interesting, it would be great to have a thread for all the old copypasta. Like shooting girl scouts delivering cookies, Peter Cottontail "get your fucking weapon if you don't want to die" Easter pasta, any of the old Opie stuff whatever it includes.

I got a couple I'll be posting, feel free to join in.
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>> No. 110624 ID: 0ad63a
How'd your little scooty cart turn out?
>> No. 110640 ID: 263606
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Pretty damn awesome

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109071 No. 109071 ID: 13f512 Stickied hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
Tell me what features you want to see on a new, improved Opchan.

I already have a big ol' list, and the platforms we're considering already do some things, but I want to hear your wildest imageboard fantasies.

I'm not really going to be addressing whether or not they're feasible here, but I am reading everything.
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>> No. 110562 ID: cb64c3

I'm down with this. Pls start contacting dictators.
>> No. 110573 ID: fbfadf
>inb4 OPchan's unapologetic libertarianism inspires the masses and causes the overthrow of the Belarusian government.

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110612 No. 110612 ID: 26e921 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
In psychology a person who has a martyr complex, sometimes associated with the term victim complex, desires the feeling of being a martyr for his/her own sake, seeking out suffering or persecution because it either feeds a psychological need, or a desire to avoid responsibility.

In some cases, this results from the belief that the martyr has been singled out for persecution because of exceptional ability or integrity. Theologian Paul Johnson considers such beliefs a topic of concern for the mental health of clergy. Other martyr complexes involve willful suffering in the name of love or duty. This has been observed in women, especially in poor families, as well as in codependent or abusive relationships.

The desire for martyrdom is sometimes considered a form of masochism. Allan Berger, however, described it as one of several patterns of "pain/suffering seeking behavior", including asceticism and penance.

>muh nazis
>muh gray
>that feel when i feel ur pain /b/ro
>> No. 110652 ID: 025354
  its only cool when they do it

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108836 No. 108836 ID: 4fbdeb hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
>Be me a couple weeks ago
>Boss wants me to take a look at his wife's car
>Yeah OK.
>It's a 2010 Dodge Caliber
>Water pump is weeping
>Radiator cap is puking all over the place
>Oh and he wants an oil change too
>Look it over
>Engine has a timing chain, not a belt
>Water pump is run by the serpentine belt
>It's way better than '90s Chryslers
>The Germans actually improved Chrysler

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Not mine, but a colleague in the field I used to work in.
>> No. 110648 ID: b174f6
Hey IHC can you help me with my brothers car? It's a 2013 Ford Focus i murdered myself recovering because he's a dipshit and the modem finally gave out after being drug on the street for 9 months and i'm an asshole who does things when my mother asks me to do them. When i turn the key with the battery charger applied it makes an (absolutely fucking nothing) sound. Can i swap out the lower front air dams and the modem without taking it to a dealership (the frame is fucked to bejeezus and back and no sane person will put it on a lift) and just bungee strap the hood closed?

Sincerely, white trash in chattaboogee.
>> No. 110649 ID: 61874e
Gimme a few minutes to parse that
>> No. 110650 ID: 61874e
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Think I got the trip right this time. Pic unrelated.

Okay, what do you mean by 'modem'? Post a pic if you can.

>Can i swap out the lower front air dams
Yeah, the stupid tree nuts will be a bitch though. You'll need a couple of small (slightly larger than eyeglass size) flatblade screwdrivers or a couple of knives with dull points to pop the center sections of the heads out to remove them.
After that it's a matter of looking with your special eyes to make sure you got all of them and pulling the airdams off.

>and the modem
Again, gonna need to know what you're talking about.
>> No. 110651 ID: b174f6

It's too dark out for a good picture right now, it's the little computorial wingding that hangs out slightly inboard of the drivers side front tire with a cannon plug coming in. I do not know the part number or if it is serialized to the car.

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110575 No. 110575 ID: 22c903 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
any history buffs here that can weight in on this?

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>> No. 110599 ID: c01760
And you only see more than five file hash bans if you click to see all bans. What the hell ever.
>> No. 110600 ID: 6bc1de
Yeah, your whole IP was in there lol
>> No. 110601 ID: fbfadf
Oh holy shit, please tell me we are archiving this thread.
>> No. 110602 ID: 5c87e8
Senseless could easily have been described as the Frank Burns of opchan long ago, but this is a classic episode for sure.
>> No. 110647 ID: 044fd0
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Not Islam specifically but it was once known as "the star of Damascus" and was a common proofmark on swords for a while due to it's association with Damascus steel.

The problem with associating simple geometric shapes to any one thing is they tend to be used for a lot of things by a lot of people over long periods of time. In other words, they're memes.

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109133 No. 109133 ID: 0ad1a2 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Just got off the phone with my VSO. Apparently her boss is telling her to not submit my NOD (de novo DRO) as there is a lack of a diagnosis at the time of my C&P exams...the C&P examiners noted lack of diagnosis as they never actually reviewed my medical records. You open my medical records and you see:
flat feet, both (acquired)
scoliosis, thoracic (acquired)
ossification in right ankle tendons

Hell they even have me down for a TBI when all I did was have a corpsman bandage my head when a tool fell on it (went back to work right after, no FLASH report).

For some reason her boss feels that the NOD has no merit. VSO basically told me she would write it up and I would have to submit it myself.

I'm just sitting here like "WTF?". I was denied service connection for lack of service related diagnosis. They straight up didn't bother to read my medical records though.

How in the fuckity fuck fuck fuck is that even legal? How in the fuckity fuck fuck fuck does her boss think I wouldn't win on appeal? How in the fuckity fuck fuck fuck could I even lose the appeal when the VA has blatantly not done their job?

Anyways I'm off to eat dinner. Would appreciate any advice, commiseration, and pictures of hot females with firearms.
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>> No. 110616 ID: 5faf63
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get a job and stop trying to leech off the taxpayers you worthless government bloodsucker
>> No. 110625 ID: 1a39e2
>sign a contract with an employer
>attempt to hold employer to contract
Fuckin' parasites
>> No. 110632 ID: b19b57
21 million military vets in the USA - less than 10% of which were ever in a combat zone
12 million military vets in the USA collecting disability (thats almost 60%)

you have to assume most of those 12 million are making up bullshit to get free money from the taxpayers. thats fraud and theft, thats what we get from people who claim to be bunch of super patriots working in the best interest of the country's citizens. they should have been thankful to have been given a job to begin with, but instead the just want more, more, more. they're bloodsucking leeches.
and its not just a few bad apples, the statistics show that its more than half of them.
>> No. 110634 ID: 13f512

>you have to assume most of those 12 million are making up bullshit to get free money from the taxpayers

That'd be a shitty assumption. Most of them are occupational injuries as a direct result of military service, which is a byproduct of the military not giving a shit if your job is fucking up your health.

The real fraud, waste, and abuse are the services not paying the slightest bit of attention to human factors. You're footing the bill for disability payments because of their inability to plan or adhere to any kind of standard when it comes to industrial hygiene, ergonomics, etc etc

Good way to troll though.
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The high cost of caring for disabled veterans is one of the reasons... US military will have more combat robots than human soldiers by 2025
The US military will have more robot soldiers on the battlefield than real ones by 2025, a top British intelligence expert has claimed.
John Bassett, a security consultant with a 20-year career at GCHQ, believes deadly combat robots are rapidly becoming “a reality” of modern day warfare.
The claims come as Newsline.com reports that the Pentagon has announced it’s investing millions “to develop prototypes for a combined-arms squad.”
These state-of-the art military units will consist of human soldiers and robots and are aimed at maximizing performance on future battlefields.
Combat robots will rapidly become an inherent part of US fighting forces within the next 10-15 years, defense experts say.
Washington is apparently seeking to gain military edge over China, Russia and other rivals investing in research and development of robotic systems.
Mr Bassett said: “Intelligent robotic weapons – they’re a reality, and they will be much more of a reality by 2030.
“At some point around 2025 or thereabouts the US Army will actually have more combat robots than it will have human soldiers.” http://nypost.com/2017/06/15/us-military-will-have-more-combat-robots-than-human-soldiers-by-2025/

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108197 No. 108197 ID: 192d20 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
Reality TV clown is president, post your feels
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>> No. 110641 ID: e9b3d2
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The US economy at $18.46 trillion (GDP 2016) is the biggest in the world, even compared to the entire European Union (EU) of 28 member states at $16.4 trillion. China ranks 3rd at $11 trillion (2016) with Japan at $4.9 trillion. Examining the government budgets (where the taxes go), The 28 countries of the European Union paid 12,616.4 Euros per capita and a total of 6.412 trillion Euros total in 2013 (at 1 EUR = 1.3522 USD, that's 8.67 trillion dollars). That total was more than the US federal budget that collected $2.77 trillion (16.7% of GDP) in revenues and spent nearly $3.45 trillion (20.8% of GDP) in 2013, resulting in a deficit of $680 billion (4.1% of GDP). So this appears that the EU paid the most taxes even though they have the second largest economy.
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There are two different yardsticks for comparing tax burdens in different countries. One was tax revenue as a percentage of gross domestic product. The other was tax revenue per capita. Both measures are calculated by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, a group of 34 advanced industrialized nations.
PolitiFact National has found that for both measurements, many of the United States’ industrialized peers had higher levels of taxation in 2013, the most recent year for which data are available.
Taxes accounted for about 25 percent of the United States’ GDP -- placing the U.S. 27th out of 30 countries studied. The five with the highest percentages were Denmark, France, Belgium, Finland and Sweden, each of them with taxation accounting for more than 42 percent of gross domestic product. Only South Korea, Chile and Mexico had lower levels of taxation per GDP than the United States.
When looking at tax revenue per capita, the United States ranks somewhat higher but still far from the top.
Taxes per capita in the United States totaled $13,482, according to the OECD data. That ranked 16th out of 29 countries for which data were available for 2013. The five with the highest per-capita amounts were Luxembourg, Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Switzerland, with amounts ranging from $23,000 to $48,000. Eleven countries had per-capita amounts less than $10,000, including Hungary, Chile and Turkey, the bottom three on the list.
While it probably makes the most sense to compare the United States with other advanced, industrialized nations, there is one additional data source that includes the full roster of countries. In the World Bank’s comparison of 115 countries for 2012, the U.S. ranked 12th from the bottom in taxation as a percentage of GDP. Among the countries with lower percentages were two OECD members (Japan and Spain), some wealthy oil-producing nations (Oman and Kuwait), and a handful of very poor countries (including Afghanistan and the Central African Republic). http://www.politifact.com/virginia/statements/2015/oct/20/donald-trump/trump-says-us-has-highest-tax-rate-anywhere-world/
>> No. 110643 ID: df12a0

Damn, I'd like to culturally enrich her...
>> No. 110644 ID: bf333d
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Belgium wins! We're the first! We're the best!

Oh shit, wait...
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110514 No. 110514 ID: 13f512 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I apologize, but captcha is back for a while. Lots of spam in the past few days for some reason. If you haven't seen any of it, thank a mod.
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>> No. 110569 ID: 13f512

Yeah, they are persistent. Someone is trying very hard as they are changing their mode of attack every time we block them.
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true or not OPERATORS?

recaptcha (google) is including algorithmically generated pictures among authentic photographs in its captcha challenge photos. this is essentially an exercise in training the millions (billions?) of eyes coerced into interfacing with cuckflare/recuckcha to blur the distinction between shopped pictures and real photos to aid in a future coup.

after subconsciously "okaying" shopped images and associating them with actual reality, its no different in principle than being hammered with propaganda - if it is done with any frequency to speak of - and just like propaganda the aim is to proffer non-critical thinking-and-resistance among the populace.
>> No. 110619 ID: 278cbe
>blur the distinction between shopped pictures and real photos to aid in a future coup
As if there's a noticable difference really. You have your own two eyes to believe what you see and that is about it - you are never safe from deception.
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>> No. 110621 ID: 805cac
This is an ongoing issue on a number of different imageboards. If you were a dues paying member of the imageboard moderator union with established credentials then you would have access other people's data on this issue and it would be making your life a lot easier right now.

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110532 No. 110532 ID: 7b8204 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
You wake up one day and find out that handguns are now banned in America. The Supreme Court has reversed its earlier precedent and upheld the ban. You have 30 days to turn in all your handguns. If you do not and you are found out, you will be sentenced to life without the possibility of parole.
>I can just keep them in secret
You can, but if you ever use a handgun in self defense and call the police, they'll know you had a handgun, and that means prison for you.
There are not enough people willing to fight a revolution. Most of the people are too complacent to do anything about the government.
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If they are going to ban all pistols in this scenario, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives is probably not going to issue any approval or permits for short-barreled rifles (a rifle with a barrel shorter than 16″ or smaller than 26″ overall length) or machine-guns. Or probably not even tax stamps for suppressors or anything else restricted in the National Firearms Act (NFA) of 1934 or the Gun Control Act (GCA) of 1968. My black powder pistols are probably banned in this scenario as well.
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BCM Upper and Lower
Geissele SSA trigger group.
Gunfighter stock.
Steel CH with extended latch.
Ergo grip.
Lancer two-piece magwell.
Daniel Defense rail system.
LMT rear and front fixed iron sights.
Aimpoint T1 optic.
Tango down picatinny VFG.
Pressure switch
Surefire M620P Fury Scout Light Rail-Mountable LED WeaponLight
Surefire SOCOM 5.56 suppressor
Surefure 5.56 Muzzle Brake
Blue Force Gear Vickers Padded Sling https://www.ar15.com/forums/t_6_51/345370_.html&page=79
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People can really get into assembling these guns from kits, components and accessories. How much would something like this cost?
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Here's the M4gery showing her Surefire 5.56 muzzle brake.
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>Commit crime, turn in gun, absolved of crime?
If the crime would be "having a gun" (you found it in a ditch) then it is exactly right. Circumstances do apply there, if you are caught and the evidence points that you possessed it for considerable time, you may as well be found guilty.

>But who watches the watchmen?
You have asked the ultimate question, better avoid doing that in the future.

>That's never been done, and the precedent is that it will never be done, so...
Inevitable things called that because they happen in the end, not in the beginning. Better luck next time.

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110539 No. 110539 ID: 960488 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Wasn't sure where to put this thread. Apologies if it needs moved.

I finally built an AR and would like to go hunting for my first time.
Any tips? If anyone in the King county area knows of an area to go for small game, either public or rentable private land, I'd be grateful to know.
>> No. 110543 ID: 13f512
We need some PACNW operators up in here
>> No. 110546 ID: df12a0

AFAIK, the Cascadians are trying to stay off-grid...
>> No. 110548 ID: 960488
Maybe if I leave piles of jerky and coffee beans out they'll arrive.

I grew up wanting to hunt with my granpa. He was one hell of an outdoorsman and loved to hunt and fish.

Never got the chance to. He died after he gave the toast at his daughter's wedding when I was about 8. Dude's heart basically exploded and he refused to drop til he was done saying his piece.

Wish I could have learned to hunt from him. I figure this year, I'll start trying before I forget everything about him.
>> No. 110597 ID: 522f12
Planning to go with a friend's fiance, as they are both really into it. Not sure where they go. Some manner of private land. My father used to go out towards stampede pass. Otherwise, you are likely going to need to go further afield, and probably rent a plot besides. Wa guns might be a good next step.

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