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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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>>113307

Would if I could. Currently stuck rounding out my Navy career doing donuts in 5th FLT waiting out this COVID shit. No countries will let us port even if we wanted to.. great times.
>> No. 113317 ID: 1304d5
sup fuckers


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109922 No. 109922 ID: 13f512 Stickied hide watch quickreply [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
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. 113292 ID: 336324
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113292
new patch is up

https://badgerhoundsupply.com/product/virginia-state-flag-patch/
>> No. 113304 ID: 336324
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Patch Stimulus Package is up!

https://badgerhoundsupply.com/


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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. 113161 ID: 233458
Oh and to quote one Wilhuff Tarkin:

"I maintain that the effectiveness of the Star Destroyer stems from not only its massive firepower, but from its
size. When [mouthbreathing right brainers] look at a Star Destroyer and then compare it to the craft which might be mustered to attack it, they have a tendency to dismiss such a notion as suicidal rather than approach the problem tactically."

>Eye of sauron
Please gtfo with (((your))) unseemly metaphors.
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>>113161
Meanie!


No. 113313 ID: ec43cf hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  What will the permanent changes be in the world?

Part of me wants to drink heavily when I'm not scheduled for work (I drink a lot less than I used to) and the other part of me has been working out aggressively. Very yin-yang.
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>> No. 113315 ID: 3efc75
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>>113313
I think it depends on how long it takes and how many people die. By my quick wikipedia math, the Spanish flu killed about 2.5% of the world population. (Disclaimer: I don't know shit.) That would be like 195 million people today. That's like 1 or 2 in 50 people, possibly someone you know. If we get to those numbers, it'll be a big change. Otherwise, it will be business as usual as soon as the news cycle hits the next political scandal.

Diseases keep going until they run out of suitable hosts, either through immunity or containment. I think this one will slow due to immunity from either a vaccine or from people who got it and got better. It's only the nasty and obvious diseases like ebola that get enough attention to be contained.

I'm interested to see how it'll affect the poors. It's anyone's guess whether more people in India will die from starvation or the disease. And when they return to work it will be reinfection time all over again.

I think the biggest possible effect will be on globalization. The BBC has an article up about re-shoring; bringing offshore'ed companies back. (Especially the UK, which has no industry at all.) Our company was talking about supply chain issues. 3d printing is kind of a novelty when you can get parts cast in China or wherever, but if you can't get your castings, then 3d printing starts to look a lot more appealing.

Coronavirus outbreak eats into EU unity
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-52135816

It could also strain relations in the EU.
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States are starting to recommend wearing cloth "face coverings". Great time for the real weirdos to come out.
>> No. 113319 ID: 87dd48
I told myself I wouldn't do it but 3L of sweet red wine, a whole frozen pizza, 2 frozen burgers and an entire bag of frozen fries later and this is the first hangover I've had in months.

I once thought about going to AA. Kinda too late in this world now. Also I'm 7 months in my house and I still don't have home internet. Thankfully I still have movies and shows on old hard drives to watch.

>>113314
Lucky. I haven't seen my GF in 18 days. And even if we see each other we wouldn't make love. I take social distancing very seriously.
>> No. 113320 ID: a4ba10
>>113318
Been rocking an olive drab bandana lately. I ordered it after my squad leader assigned me as gunner. I was looking forward to my next FTX, getting more time in the M113s. Oh well...
>> No. 113321 ID: 3efc75
  >>113319
Damn that's all the calories.

In addition to working from home and the occasional power walk around the neighborhood, I've been hitting the Best Motoring videos on youtube pretty hard.

Best Motoring english subtitle playlist:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwVEssQ3fBsAF45mYsVtFql5G_wQTlytC

And then I think about getting another RX7. I used to have a 87 non-turbo (second gen) that was a piece of shit, but I loved it. I've always wanted a third gen RX7 (the cool twin turbo 1993-95 one) but they've always been too damn expensive. They were 60k new, and still ask 30k for a good one. I was thinking I might be able to get one on the cheap once someone hits some hard times.

Or I could just be happy with the 2019 Kia Stinger GT I bought 2.5 months ago. It's better by every objective measure... but it doesn't have a wankel. (Or the legendary status.)


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113251 No. 113251 ID: 101bb6 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I wasn't sure this place still existed. /k/ on the other place is crazy. I haven't been into guns or cared for the opinions og others in a while. Its been what? 8 years? A while.

My old mail got trashed and I lost contact with everybody but it was for the best. I moved back to Germany for a couple years to get healthy (sounds crazy) and had to get sober. My drug use got out of control. Seriously out of control. I needed to be around what remains of my family and shake it.

I won't say not to ever do drugs. Just know you have to stop eventually.

But I'm back in US, paying child support, living the dream.

Just a minor update. I lost a LOT of guns moving (Except Walther P88. I had that with the Bank.) And my AK74. That one hurt because so hard to find now. I'm always going to be an AK Zapman. One day I guess.

Anyways, who is still here? Has anyone died?

Swissguy, Col. Guano, Maxillary, meplat, Hind Fangirl, Zeptorem, Yattuwort, Balci, GOTB?

I heard Gospel Man had some trouble. We did NOT get along but I did at least respect him. How is he?
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>> No. 113306 ID: e56201
>>113305
Unfortunately.
>> No. 113309 ID: e7bc21
Posting in the family reunion thread
>> No. 113311 ID: 9dc901
>>113298

Heh, all of Russia wants to draft dodge and you get rejected. Have to love the absurdity.
>> No. 113312 ID: 6e9157
>>113311
Yeah.
>> No. 113316 ID: 1304d5
>>113309
seconded

haven't seen you fucks in years


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112979 No. 112979 ID: 9dcda2 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
Looks like we hit the bump limit on the old thread. Time to start a one.
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>> No. 113289 ID: 79cf2b
>>113288

Children are disgusting. The major SoCal school districts just suspended classes for 3 weeks. The colleges are going online only in April (though I think that might move up.)

At work we had a meeting to discuss who would have an impact on the business by being gone for 6 weeks.

- PHD's and Masters degrees in the design department? Meh. Send em home.
- Avgas, the A&P Mechanic, supporting production - C R I T I C A L

Or maybe I've got it backwards, I'm the expendable one they can make work, while the PHDs stay home. (And you figure the design department is more of the future of the company, rather than the present.)

We also divided up in to the "A" and "B" teams. The idea that one team would come in on even days and the other on odd. My buddy's work had a much better idea where they'd alternate weeks, but being an electrician and not being able to work from home, he'd just get paid to stay home. There's also the "C" team which covers field and sales people, and they're just outright banned.

I keep volunteering to work from home, since I'm used to working on my laptop from the cab of my field service truck, but the managers are pretty old school and have this idea that people need to be in the office to get stuff done.
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>>113289
Well they've had us working from home since Tuesday. Then on Thursday I get a text from the emergency alert system that the plant is completely shutdown for 1st shift, don't come to work. Then 2nd shift. Then Friday and one of the offices too. "For deep cleaning" though "no one has tested positive."

The good news I have plenty of time to practice dry fires now.
>> No. 113301 ID: 9a2bfd
>>113291

my company tried split shifts, half people working 6am-2pm, other half 2pm-10pm. Some in management were still "its just the flu bro" and clueless.

Then when our gov. declared a lockdown management said since we're a defense contractor so we're exempt. Nonsense. The stuff we work on has nothing to do with the current situation.

Then they sent out an email saying you can stay home, use vacation time or take unpaid leave. I'm out till the lockdown is over. I've got enough food to last for a month if not more.

Assuming I don't die from the virus, I am leaving the defense industry for good once I either recover from infection or get the vaccine.
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>>113301
Bosses be like
>> No. 113303 ID: e56201
>>113301
>we're a defense contractor so we're exempt. Nonsense. The stuff we work on has nothing to do with the current situation.
Ditto. We didn't even get told we're exempt and to come in, they just assumed we would. Which we all did, of course. I was told they were working on getting it set up so I could work from home last week, and now this week it seems like they gave up on that? At least I haven't heard anything else. Most of my coworkers can't work from home anyway. Safety guy at work told us if we all wash our hands we'll be fine. Yeah, sure. I have enough saved to where I'd really just rather not be at work for a month or however long.


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113293 No. 113293 ID: 5b5379 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Because even Freud recognized that a person with artistic skill can create art, and channel nervous energy into art instead of becoming symptomatic of neurosis.


Post art. Shitty first drafts welcome and encouraged!


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113129 No. 113129 ID: c4e2d4 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
I give pepper spray to underage teens so they do not get raped as frequently
>> No. 113280 ID: c7e595
Based.
>> No. 113281 ID: daf029
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Tell the tykes to carry wrenches, instead.


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113150 No. 113150 ID: 1731e1 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Anyone have a link to or screencaps from that guy who set out to build a ak74 pistol to specifically get 7n6 banned?
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"What my esteemed colleague just said is very stupid. And he's a stupid person for saying it."
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Arsenal SLR-106 UR pistol in 5.56x45mm NATO.
Anyone used these things?
Fun to fire or range toy oddity?
>> No. 113191 ID: 7b3e57
>>113190
One of my range buddies had a AK pistol in 7.62x39 with a muzzle brake on it. Holy ballsack was that thing loud. The brake would blast stuff off tables.

No recoil. Fun as hell to shoot. Completely useless.
>> No. 113195 ID: ae0cde
>>113189
Looks awkward, impractical, even ugly.
I want it.
>> No. 113258 ID: 0d01d8
>>113191
I can see an AK pistol with a folding sto--, uh, I mean, folding "arm brace" having considerable practical value as a home defense firearm. With a good brake you could get some pretty nice split times at HD distances, I betcha.


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113177 No. 113177 ID: fec7a2 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Tesla makes a stainless steel DeLorean-esque electric truck shaped like a pyramid.
Using a rigid unibody construction of thick stainless steel from Tesla's space plane designs that can take sledgehammer blows without denting very much, as opposed to DeLorean's thin stainless steel over a fiberglass frame that causes that time machine car to fold up into death traps on bad collisions (and if she flips onto her roof, good luck opening those gull-wing doors). Tesla also boasted of their Cybertruck's "bulletproof" windows, but throwing metal balls at the side windows shatters them like any other window, to the derisive laughs of the crowd at the launch demonstration.
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>> No. 113184 ID: 36e2c3
  >shatters them like any other window
Automotive side glass is tempered, like in this video. That acted more like laminated windshield glass.
>> No. 113214 ID: 0adccc
I'm mostly curious about how they managed to get it past regulations, from my understanding all cars nowadays are bland and uggo soapbars because of pedestrian crash safety ratings, but the Tesla truck looks like a sword on wheels.
>> No. 113229 ID: 3297d5
>>113183
What is that range though, towing a maxed out load, in the middle of a midwestern winter night?

https://www.greencarreports.com/news/1122487_towing-a-camper-with-a-tesla-model-x-thank-elon-for-superchargers
>> No. 113245 ID: 9dc901
Looks ugly to me. And useless really.
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>>113214
Some day, someone will use a Tesla truck to build a technical, with rockets and gatling guns.

And it will be AWESOME.


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