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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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I mostly lurk these days. I have a degree now, which is always exciting I suppose.

Also, how has this image not been posted yet?
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Has been a long time since I even lurked. Happened to just be keeping an eye out and saw this thread.


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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. 110089 ID: 13f512
>>110088

just email senseless or post about it here. That particular issue may not get fixed, usually there won't be a captcha, and even if there is the idea is people would get a block bypass
>> No. 110090 ID: bd9907
>>110088
>>110089
I would prefer that bug reports be placed in this thread, so that other posters can see and comment on them. Once posts are migrated, this thread will still exist on the new site, and discussion of bugs can continue.

I've discussed this bug with StephenLynx, the developer of LynxChan, and he is aware of it. With JavaScript enabled, file selection is handled in JavaScript, and this isn't submitted with the form, when the browser submits the form on an 'enter' event. I've added a front-end modification to the list I've developed to hopefully have the 'enter' event captured in JavaScript and handled properly.

Jedi, the block bypass isn't the panacea I thought it was. Block bypasses aren't tied to IP addresses, so some malicious person could obtain a block bypass and then copy the resulting cookie throughout a botnet, and the bots would be able to submit a combined hundred posts before needing a new one. It would be more effective with a lower post count restriction, but that might begin to become more onerous for Bat Guano or similar posters. That said, to StephenLynx's knowledge, there isn't a Directory Dumper program that works with LynxChan, so this may be a moot point.

In any case, I set the site up to always require answering a captcha to create a new thread.


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110120 No. 110120 ID: 4f3cec hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Today is the 6th anniversary of Stephen McDaniel losing his virginity!
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>> No. 110172 ID: 649f2c
>>110167
there was never any official information about cp on his computarz, there was evidence of illegal info perversions on his disks for sure (dem creeper vids - i want to see them) and that was the basis of some statements from police about suspicious shit in his data storage. the "he was arrested for loli" thing was a rumor i started for the lulz and to shed light on the plight of the 2d community.
I hope you've all learned your lesson
srsly tho, them creeper vids as the cutscenes of the Son of Liberty video game would be badass asf.

are we allowed to write letters to him? has anyone? we could mail him printouts of threads and get replies maybe
>> No. 110173 ID: 13f512
>>110172

>allowed to write letters to him

Yes. The supreme court has long held that prisoner's don't really lose their first amendment right, so they can send and receive mail unless the prison determines it's a risk to the prisoner or the institution itself. They will read everything that isn't from his lawyer or gov't officials.

If someone wants to spearhead this for science that's fine, but it has to be serious... just writing him to mock him at this point would just be cruel.
>> No. 110174 ID: 649f2c
>>110173
given his current position, as someone who isn't facing the death penalty only because of mercy from the catholic church which he did nothing to earn, it wouldn't be entirely out of line to subject him to further punishment. people who believe in karma might even suggest it's important for the health of his soul. of course a lot of folks consider life without parole to be a worse sentence than death so i guess until we can measure souls its kind of the scrodinger's cat paradox on that score.
still "hes already been through enough, leave Stephen alone" knighting for a confessed murderer just because he posted on the same website as you shows a lack of moral fiber and so does standing in the way of possible further amusement for the rest of us less forgiving types.
on the other hand if he really is a wizard and he never did touch them cute little pink urine drenched running panties maybe he will eventually make anime real and bring the grieving family a beautiful catgirl to replace their daughter. maybe we should let him conjure peacefully by himself.
>> No. 110175 ID: 13f512
>>110174

>shows a modicum of human compassion

>lol wat r u a fag?

You also have first amendment rights, you can send him whatever you want.
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>>110175
>>shows a modicum of human compassion

you can cultivate your public image all you want on facebook, buddy
imageboards are for having fun


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109922 No. 109922 ID: 13f512 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Errybody loves patches.

Would there be interest in a run of Opchan boltface logo patches?

What sizes and colors?

Any text or just the logo?
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>> No. 110160 ID: ad8094
Can someone post the PBE shield in vector format? Or dump what you have in /z/? Thanks in advance
>> No. 110162 ID: bd9907
>>110160
>>/z/2838
Thank you, JonNathe, wherever you are.
>> No. 110168 ID: f9abab
Alright I've gathered a bunch of quotes and think I've settled on a company.

Once I've got the patches, what is a reasonable price? What is everyone's willingness to pay, and how does shipping factor in?
>> No. 110169 ID: ad8094
>>110168
Last time the $10 donation get a patch was a big hit and shipping is fairly cheap when you can mail it in an envelope
>> No. 110170 ID: f9abab
That'd probably work, but I also want to make these more widely available, and I'm purchasing enough to make that happen, so I want to price accordingly - I was thinking maybe 6 bucks or so.


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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
>ohboyherewego.jpg
>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
>Surprised.png

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>> No. 110152 ID: 49e1e2
  >>110114
Ask if you can take some empty bottles home after your shift. Buy some pour spouts from your local booze store. Fill the bottles with water and get a jig and practice that way. Youll get good enough with enough practice that one or two more drops would cause it to spill.

>>110122
One of the teachers at the bartending school I went to traveled the world bartending. He was telling us that if you end up in a night club in vegas be prepared to work your ass off and make brain damage level kinds of money. He was in vegas from like 2000-2005ish and he was saying his slow nights were close to $1000 a night in tips. Granted he was a really talented flair bartender, so that explains the dosh. Flair video related. I got decent at it in my spare time. Never got to use it for realzies.

>>110141
I enjoyed the fuck out of bartending. Im a night person, and I enjoy doing the bartender psychiatrist thing (even more so actually having a psych degree). I also get a lot of satisfaction out of customer service for some weird reason.
>> No. 110153 ID: 1519ac
>>110152
>video
Jesus. I don't go to nightclubs and I know that's specifically an exhibition, but if a bartender ever pulled that shit with my order I don't think I'd tip them at all. I just want my fucking drink.
>> No. 110157 ID: 49e1e2
>>110153
Well that level of flair is only ever seen in competitions or specific bars where the flair bartending is part of the party feel or whatever. Id agree with ya, I just enjoy the craft of it.
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This place is so motherfucking depressing. These aren't tourists or weekenders having fun. These are addicts. All of them. The looks on some faces, you can just tell they lost their rent money. And I go around comping drinks, keeping them at their machine, providing "service", all to keep them feeding us cash they can't afford to lose. A coworker told me the busiest time is the first of the month, right at midnight when their disbursements drop. I am an anti-social worker. I sell vice and misery.

>MFW I am the moral equivalent of a crack dealer.
>> No. 110164 ID: bd9907
>>110163
Better keep looking for other work.


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110145 No. 110145 ID: 22c903 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
this cant be real...can it?
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>> No. 110150 ID: bf333d
>>110149

The more things change, the more they stay the same.

>>110145
>this cant be real...can it?

It's even missing many juicy parts, like the Samsung CEO saying he was coerced by the president to make "gifts" to the cult etc.
>> No. 110151 ID: bd9907
>>/n/115863
>> No. 110154 ID: 90d08f
Honestly surprised to see this here. These caps are from the 8chan #GG threads.

But yeah, shit's real, and just as crazy as described if not more so. The Western media was almost complete radio silence on the whole thing too, which made it extra creepy.
>> No. 110158 ID: b430d1
>>110154
>These caps are from the 8chan #GG threads.

Ah, no wonder, they have a distinct reek of fedora to them.
>"it's about ethics in games journalism!"
>*blames corruption by daughter of former military dictator in massively corrupt government on feminist conspiracy* (the same feminist conspiracy that keeps girls from liking you obviously)

A fun thing to do is to find out how many South Korean presidents successfully completed their term and left office and weren't sent to prison for corruption/massacres or didn't kill themselves.
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>>110158


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  Post videos of you shooting guns, or other interesting gun shooting videos.
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109901
>>109898
Yeah Stoplossed and I plus a non-chan friend went down to FL to NFA Review channel meet where KKKommando work and Chairsoft came up too. Good time all around, FL Operators are really chillax

This thing is SO fucking cute!!! Baby's first AWP

> Crickettinny rail
LOL
http://www.keystonesportingarmsllc.com/product/crickett-precision-rifle/
>> No. 109910 ID: 813f6b
>>109894

Wow, probably should have told you ahead of time NOT to fire it from behind the scope... If you had let off a shot early, that would have gone pretty bad.

>>109901
>This thing is SO fucking cute!!! Baby's first AWP

Finally found yourself an asian sized precision rifle?
>> No. 110142 ID: 9dcda2
  Another good 3-gun event. It's funny, when I'm having a really good run, it seems agonizingly slow while I'm doing it. I'm really pleased with that pistol reload.
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The shotgun shoot is the only thing I really plan.

Shotgun course of fire:
> load 8+1
> First section: 8 targets
> barrier
> Second section: 4+1 targets (the clay was bonus)

> should exactly have enough shells with a quad load and no misses

The Plan:
> run to table
> pickup shotgun in right hand
> click off safety as I shoulder
> shoot first section (big KD targets first)
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>> No. 110156 ID: a8dbe2
Is anybody aware of any 2 gun competition involving just a shotgun and pistol?

Most 2 guns I see are rifle and pistol.


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110017 No. 110017 ID: bd9907 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
>>109927
dumping some information about homosexuality for you my brother from another mother.

http://www.socialmatter.net/2016/05/17/homosexuals-signalling-hazard-traditional-societies/

https://voxday.blogspot.com/2014/07/the-slippery-slope-is-not-logical.html
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>> No. 110130 ID: 64c062
>>110115
>Believing statistics from religiously motivated Spaniards.

Think of it this way, disease is starting to ravage your lands. Men clad in armor and horses (neither ever seen on that continent) are killing your people by the thousands with swords and guns. All those opposing tribes you conquered are rallying around these newcomers, and to an Aztec high priest, your world is ending.

What better way to stave off the gods wrath and maintain social order than killing the other dominated ethnic groups in mass? (See Nazis).
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>>110130
Sure, they hardly sacrificed anyone before the Conquistadors arrived. What are you, an Aztec apologist?
However the actual numbers might be, the Aztecs kept records of the types of human sacrifices to be done in every one of the 18 20-day months of their calendar.

- A jaguar-shaped cuauhxicalli in the National Museum of Anthropology. This altar-like stone vessel was used to hold the hearts of sacrificial victims. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_sacrifice_in_Aztec_culture
>> No. 110134 ID: 1716e3
>>110131
It was my understanding that much of the original records of many native american cultures are completely gone.

The Spaniards had a tendency to burn what they considered false idols, which ended up being most of the valuable primary sources that ever were. Turns out erasing a culture is pretty effective if you're converting people to a new religion. Either way, I'd say it's a history we'll never understand outside of glamorized, paper thin focus on the weird bits.
>> No. 110135 ID: 6e292d
>>110134
A lot of Aztec writing survived because it was chiseled into rock, and many of those cities and temples were lost in the jungle after most of the population caught the spanish AIDs and died.
>> No. 110136 ID: 8c40bd
  An example of how pre-Columbian Mesoamerican records survived the Spanish conquest was the Mayan creation myth that was taken from spoken recitations (it is an epic poem also involving two hero twins life and journey to the underworld to play Mayan basketball and to avenge their murdered fathers against the sinister Lords of Death there) and also from wall carvings and paintings on vases. The Popol Vuh's fortuitous survival is attributable to the Spanish Dominican friar Francisco Ximénez around 1701. So, luckily, in this case, the Spaniards actively preserved this Mayan record.

Popol Vuh, Maya creation myth pt 1. https://youtu.be/uMMo0-kEFis
Popol Vuh, the creation myth of the Maya, animated in 1988 from paintings on pottery. Produced by Patricia Amlin. 60 minutes, color.


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109979 No. 109979 ID: bd9907 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Photos of the big /pol/ meetup in Portland Oregon last Sunday
(apply your face &/or palm protection gear before hitting the link)
http://boards.4chan.org/p/thread/3089786
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>>110041
>those are bren gun mag pouches

No they're not.
>> No. 110056 ID: f5abbc
  Oathkeeper chokes a alt-right member in Huston. Apparently what happened was the alt-cringers false-flagged themselves by spreading a bunch of rumors that anti-fascists were going to tear down a statue of Sam Huston in a attempt to get the antifa to show up and start a fight, but the only people who showed up were them and the oath keepers. The oathkeepers are now being decried as "boomer antifa."
>> No. 110058 ID: d4c8ee
>>110056
Sam Houston opposed secession and was removed office by a pro-confederate coup. And despite being a slave owner he repeatedly opposed the expansion of slavery in the US when he was a senator. A odd choice for lost causers and neo-nazis to rally around.

>Let me tell you what is coming. After the sacrifice of countless millions of treasure and hundreds of thousands of lives, you may win Southern independence if God be not against you, but I doubt it.
>> No. 110073 ID: aadd02
>>110058
I feel kinda bad the man died in 1863. Having worked so hard to prevent civil war, he didn't even get to see the end of it.
>> No. 110125 ID: 9315da
>>110056
"this isn't comic-con"

heh


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  The drunkest country in the world?
I assumed that Russia was, but Vice news cites a 2004 WHO study that finds “Uganda as the top contender for per capita alcohol consumption in the world, making Uganda the drunkest place on earth.”

Uganda's Moonshine Epidemic https://youtu.be/zL3UHF5SlEU Ugandans are the hardest drinking Africans in the motherland, both in terms of per capita consumption and the hooch they choose to chug. Waregi, or "war gin," is what they call the local moonshine, and it makes the harshest Appalachian rotgut taste like freaking Bailey's.

Ugandans drink a lot, by African standards. Average per capita alcohol consumption is 11.93 liters per capita per year. That’s not as high as in Nigeria, where per capita consumption is 12.28 liters a year… which is especially impressive as nearly half of Nigeria’s population is Muslim, while less than an eighth of Uganda’s population is. So Uganda’s not the most drunken nation in Africa. And it’s not even in the running globally. Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, the UK and Ukraine all drink more per capita than Uganda. The most inebriated nation is Moldova, which at 18.22 liters per person per year, leaves Uganda in the dust. Uganda’s far closer to the UK, or to the US, which at 9.44 liters per capita, drinks 79% as much as Ugandans do per year. http://www.ethanzuckerman.com/blog/2012/11/09/hey-vice-your-documentary-is-bad-and-you-should-feel-bad/
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>>110087
>How do you estimate the prevalence of homebrew, moonshine, smuggled alcohol, surrogate alcohol etc. when calculating per capita alcohol consumption?
>every four houses outside of the cities have vodka distilleries
I'm pretty sure that some sort of distiller can be found in any large enough neighbourhood in rural area. They don't produce vodka, though, it's not an industrial thing. However, as far I am aware, the last time the average distiller was in use is probably around 15-20 years ago, if not in the time of prohibition 30 years ago. Consumption, naturally, has been dropping and evolving during recent years, along with improvement of living standards - vodka is no longer a popular drink any more. It's not as beofre cheap either.

Though, on the flip side, there's a problem with medical-use alcohol, some of which can be sold unregistered or unchecked, or even counterfeit. And there have been some incidents involving improperly produced liquids, with casualties. How do other countries manage and account consumption of "non-recreational" liquids? Back in the USSR alcohol was at some times more scarce then the others, thus a lot of legends of people actually drinking "everything that burns". The idea of "alcohol culture" as a "national treasure", which is supported widely on international level and by "independent" organizations, actually hurts the situation as much as social problems do. People have learned to fight it.

Obvious problem with WHO is that they try to account everything by one standard value, because practically it is impossible to use any other method on international scale. Every country has it's own management, laws, data manipulation, local traditions and so on. I have no idea how would any country account anything beyond simplest figures, if they don't have strong excise policy, monopoly on production or something like that. If that wasn't enough, there are even more "experts" and "empirical data" to be introduced to final figures. And then these numbers are introduced to news agencies, who are so unreliable, they can use legends, stereotypes and hopelessly obsolete data on regular basis.
>> No. 110093 ID: 334c17
>>110091
>15-20 years ago
Well, maybe 10-15. The numbers on the graph is the amount of death caused directly by alcoholism (not by some wild speculation on domestic violence). Still, I'm not entirely sure this is true.

See, it is a simple idea, people used to say that overuse of alcohol kills hundreds of thousands every year, because they wanted more efforts to be diverted to "fighting alcoholism". And it did not work because nobody would believe them, even if (and when) they lie for the better principles. Also, there's common governmental practice of spending billions to solve some problem while really there's no effect in reality. Also there's commonly used principle that economically "useless" population should be able to get rid of itself by their own efforts, so that big business would save on social security. And so on - if you dig a bit deeper, it turns out that nobody REALLY is concerned about the problem the way they should be.

It is only a collective will of the people that can solve this stalemate, only personal responsibility that can lead a person from self-destruction, only a complex government strategy that can fix the situation where individuals drown their problems in the cup. No other fucking way ever works. Now those of you, kiddies, who din't know these simplest matters, can go on and whine about Russian hackers and immigrants and other first world problems, I won't bother you with explaining them in the same manner.
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>>110091
>he's posting the "America killed more people than the holocaust because the soviet union collapsed" chart again
>> No. 110096 ID: 334c17
>>110094
>white men dindu nuffing wrong
Oh, here's this guy again.
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>>110096
>whitey tries to play the race card


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