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112402 No. 112402 ID: b5aa4e hide watch quickreply [Reply]
·State funding of terrorism
·Flagrant human rights abuses
·Iron fisted Autocracy
·Aggressive promotion of Wahabism
Even among other Muslims, the Saudis are assholes. What will it take to cut the fucking cord?
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>>112402
>What will it take to cut the fucking cord?
When the Saudis run out of petroleum, apparently.
Or when we no longer need oil imports from the Saudis. But even if that was the case, the Saudis buy lots of US-made weapons, so that gets them a pass, too.
>> No. 112405 ID: 278cbe
>>112404
Or maybe they will realize that Syria and Yemen campaigns have gone total FUBAR and not even Saudi funding can save them. Simply put: never.
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https://www.washingtonpost.com/amphtml/politics/inside-the-saudis-washington-influence-machine-how-the-kingdom-gained-power-through-fierce-lobbying-and-charm-offensives/2018/10/21/8a0a3320-d3c3-11e8-a
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White House senior adviser Jared Kushner stands among Saudi officials as President Trump talks with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman during a March 20 meeting in the Oval Office. (Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post)
In March 2018, the Saudi ambassador to Washington summoned a cadre of high-priced Washington lobbyists to his embassy to grapple with a delicate, double-pronged challenge.

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was preparing for his first official visit to the United States, just four months after he consolidated power by ordering the detention of members of the royal family and business elite. At the same time, Congress was facing a vote on a bipartisan resolution seeking to end U.S. support for a Saudi bombing campaign in Yemen that has killed tens of thousands of civilians since 2015.

During an afternoon meeting on March 12, Saudi Ambassador Khalid bin Salman sat at the head of a long table in an embassy conference room, flanked by a whiteboard detailing the prince’s itinerary. His assembled advisers included Norm Coleman, the former Minnesota senator; Marc S. Lampkin, a veteran Capitol Hill adviser who served on President Trump’s transition team; and Democratic strategist Alfred E. Mottur, according to people familiar with the gathering.

Eight days after their meeting, the congressional resolution aimed at extracting the United States from what the United Nations labeled “the worst humanitarian crisis in the world” would be defeated — hours after Mohammed was warmly welcomed at the White House at the start of his nationwide tour.
>> No. 112411 ID: 6e9258
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-10-17/u-s-persuades-iraq-to-quash-siemens-power-deal-in-favor-of-ge

>The Trump administration intervened to quash a $15 billion deal for Siemens AG to develop power stations in Iraq, instead persuading Baghdad to sign an agreement with General Electric Co., two administration officials said.

>The Trump administration’s push supports American efforts to curb Iranian influence in Iraq and the region in the months since President Donald Trump backed out of a 2015 nuclear deal and prepares to re-impose sanctions on Iran next month. The U.S. officials said they want to wean Iraq of its dependence on Iranian natural gas and suspect Iran had spurred Iraqi leaders to pursue the Siemens deal as a way of undercutting ties with the U.S.

At this point t actually looks like an effort to curb European influence and economy.

>The U.S. government learned in early September that Iraq was wrapping up talks with Munich-based Siemens over a contract to revamp the country’s entire power sector and swap out infrastructure that had been built by GE. Siemens Chief Executive Officer Joe Kaeser had met with Abadi in late September to discuss the plan to install 11 gigawatts of power generation capacity over four years and create thousands of jobs.

Needless to say, the bill will be doubled, the time requirements will tripled, half of the money will be stolen, half of the infrastructure will be unusable, the other half will be supplied with maintenance contracts that will overshadow the initial price.
>> No. 112427 ID: 1808b0
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/24/opinion/bernie-sanders-saudi-arabia-war-yemen.html

The likely assassination of the Saudi critic and Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi underscores how urgent it has become for the United States to redefine our relationship with Saudi Arabia, and to show that the Saudis do not have a blank check to continue violating human rights.

One place we can start is by ending United States support for the war in Yemen. Not only has this war created a humanitarian disaster in one of the world’s poorest countries, but also American involvement in this war has not been authorized by Congress and is therefore unconstitutional.

In March 2015, a coalition of Arab states led by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates started a war against Yemen’s Houthi rebels. Since then, many thousands of civilians have been killed and many more have lost their homes. Millions are now at the risk of the most severe famine in more than 100 years, according to the United Nations. The chaos in Yemen has also provided fertile ground for extremist groups like Al Qaeda and the Islamic State, and created new opportunities for intervention by Iran.

The United States is deeply engaged in this war. We are providing bombs the Saudi-led coalition is using, we are refueling their planes before they drop those bombs, and we are assisting with intelligence.

In far too many cases, the bomb’s targets have been civilian ones. In one of the more horrible recent instances, an American-made bomb obliterated a school bus full of young boys, killing dozens and wounding many more. A CNN report found evidence that American weapons have been used in a string of such deadly attacks on civilians since the war began.

Yet last month, responding to congressional concerns, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo officially certified to Congress — and Secretary of Defense James Mattis affirmed — that the Saudis and Emiratis are making “every effort to reduce the risk of civilian casualties.”

The data refute these claims. According to the independent monitoring group Yemen Data Project, between March 2015 and March 2018, more than 30 percent of the Saudi-led coalition’s targets have been nonmilitary. According to the Armed Conflict Location and Event Data project, civilian deaths in one region increased by more than 160 percent over the summer from earlier in the year.
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108836 No. 108836 ID: 4fbdeb hide watch 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. 112413 ID: f5c3ed
I've accepted a position with a real estate management company contracted to a financial firm for data center work. Slightly farther drive than my current position but not too bad. Still in NY though but it pays $2 more hourly equivalent with chances for OT. I'm even considering moving 20 min closer after the first month there. Very high risk data, but I now have a chance to learn a lot of facilities things I never had the opportunity to before.
>> No. 112415 ID: 386d1c
I got a desk job on the admin side of a construction contractor.

I haven't had a desk job before, it was highschool - infantry - trades. How the fuck do these people live?
>> No. 112416 ID: f5c3ed
>>112415
My jobs were usually 50/50 desk/on feet. Drink plenty of water so you have an excuse to always get more water and take frequent bathroom breaks. I'm serious.
>> No. 112419 ID: 2f4bd2
Need to figure out what I'm doing when I come back from OSUT. I put in notice for my current employer. By law, I could make them hold my job, but fuck it. Enough cashiering. Time to make a move.

>>112415
It's hell. Why do you think I promised myself I'd never do that shit again?
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>>112407
> 02:00, asleep
> coworker calls
> CW: Hey man, sorry to call you at night. I can't get this emergency stop to clear. The customer had to e-stop it and now it says the button is still pushed in.
> Me: Alright, you might have to check terminal block 1, 1-4 to figure out which button it is, do you have your meter with you? Ah well lets start from the top. Twist and pull out the button on the door. Then press both reset buttons.
> CW: Oh fuck it cleared! Why did it clear? Why did it clear? Why did it clear? Why did it clear? Why did it clear? Why did it clear?
> Customer in background: Alright already! Lets start it up.
> CW: Fuck man, thanks for your help.

God dammit. I'm really getting tired of field service.


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111357 No. 111357 ID: 7326e1 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Opchan is global warming real or fake?

also check it out, al gore is chinese now
wtf
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remember everybody, gazprom says climate change is a fake jew hoax!

https://apnews.com/9512be71cc8f40a7b6e22bc991ef2c6c
>DECIN, Czech Republic (AP) — Due to this summer's drought in Central Europe, boulders known as "hunger stones" are reappearing in the Elbe River.

>The low water levels in the river that begins in the Czech Republic then crosses Germany into the North Sea has exposed stones on the river bed whose appearances in history used to warn people that hard times were coming.

>Over a dozen of the hunger stones, chosen to record low water levels, can now be seen in and near the northern Czech town of Decin near the German border.

>The oldest water mark visible dates to 1616. That stone, is considered the oldest hydrological landmark in Central Europe, bears a chiseled inscription in German that says: "When you see me, cry."
>> No. 112349 ID: 5b28e6
also be sure to give the oil industry plenty of your money because their refineries are being threatened by this nonexistant thing

https://apnews.com/amp/4adc5a2a2e6b45df953ebcba6b63d171
>The plan is focused on a stretch of coastline that runs from the Louisiana border to industrial enclaves south of Houston that are home to one of the world's largest concentrations of petrochemical facilities, including most of Texas' 30 refineries, which represent 30 percent of the nation's refining capacity.

>Texas is seeking at least $12 billion for the full coastal spine, with nearly all of it coming from public funds. Last month, the government fast-tracked an initial $3.9 billion for three separate, smaller storm barrier projects that would specifically protect oil facilities.
>> No. 112350 ID: 61f6f9
>>112349
well it looks like you've come here to use the electricity hungry internet to express your extremely genuine concern about so-called climate change. i'll just go ahead and assume that what you're telling us all is the truth and that you don't have an ulterior motive such as investment in some retarded hippie bullcrap like solar panels or that you're not just some bossy asswipe who just decides to believe in shit they don't understand for stupid reasons and then turn into massive flaming assholes when someone suggests that an alternative point of view might make more sense. i don't mind that you waste electricity shitposting your point of view all over the internet because you're so intelligent and all knowing, but when people who disagree with you post there should be a carbon footprint penalty and they should be banned from posting.
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>>112348
>gazprom says climate change is a fake jew hoax!
I can't wait Czech Republic to demand billions of dollars of compensation for this grievous act of providing them with cheap and reliable supply of gas (which they use to irrigate their lands, btw).

>The low water levels in the river that begins in the Czech Republic then crosses Germany into the North Sea has exposed stones on the river bed whose appearances in history used to warn people that hard times were coming.
Hey, I thought, the global warming is supposed to rise the water level world-wide.Just kidding,
you retards.

This just in: a climate is threatened by some stones in the rivers.

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2018/jan/17/bitcoin-electricity-usage-huge-climate-cryptocurrency
>Burning huge amounts of electricity isn’t incidental to bitcoin: instead, it’s embedded into the innermost core of the currency, as the operation known as “mining”. In simplified terms, bitcoin mining is a competition to waste the most electricity possible by doing pointless arithmetic quintillions of times a second.
>Credit Suisse estimate that a bitcoin price of $50,000 – five times its level as I write – would increase the electricity consumption tenfold. And at a bitcoin price of $1.1m, it would be profitable to use almost all the electricity currently generated in the world for mining.
I wonder how much of the world's electricity demand is spend to power the needs of world's financial management, billionaires empires and invisible hand of the marked. Because we definitely pay them too much to manage the same "pointless arithmetic" that can be preformed on 80s scientific calculator.
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>>112350


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106515 No. 106515 ID: f49edb hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
Paging CC. Many years ago I bought some pipes off you and completely forgot everything about their make/model. I try to talk pipes with people and don't know what I have.

The longer stemmed one was made by Bjarne, who is dead now sadly.

The shorter one has a treble clef marking but I can't remember for the life of me who made it.

plz respond.
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>>112241
I hope everything goes well for you, RaceMixer.
>> No. 112246 ID: 6da1ca
  >>111015
Gas Station Cigars Vol. 2 (f. Cigarillos... vol. 2) https://youtu.be/OPm9Lnnkc2w
18:30 Grenadiers cigars? Grenadiers were mid-to-late 17th century assault troops for throwing grenades, which were Wile E. Coyote-style round iron bombs with fuses sticking out of them. I actually bought a reproduction flintlock grenade launcher / hand mortar that has a short but thick brass barrel with a 2.5-inch (63.5mm) bore that fires tennis balls instead of round pipe bombs. Sort of like a flintlock less-lethal rubber baton riot gun... if you fired at a rioter or one of your stupid drunken friends that wants you to shoot him with a tennis ball fired from a grenade launcher.
http://www.veteranarms.com/ReproductionMuzzleloadersandFlintlocks/Hand-Mortar-Pics.html
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Smoked a nub connecticut. With a such a mild wrapper and large gauge, I expected a very mild smoke. Surprisingly got hit with a puff of pepper off the bat, but mellowed out considerably with the pepper not making another appearance until the end. Nice easy smoke. Paired it with good company and conversation.
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>>112245
Yesterday, did the follow up after stress test, ultrasound, and 48 hour holter monitor. Normal, normal, and normal enough to not give a shit. Went straight to the recruiter.
>So it sounds like you don't have it anymore.
I- yeah, I mean, if that's how that works.
>You're normal. No problem.
I mean, she said some extra beats originating from the upper chambers, but that could just be too much caff-
>You can exercise?
Yeah. In fact, she told me to start doing cardio again. It kinda tapered off when-
>So! You don't have anything.
Ah... Yes, sergeant. I don't have anything.

ASVAB is today.


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112370 No. 112370 ID: ae961b hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Classic
>> No. 112373 ID: 336722
Is that from one of Daniel Gallery's books?
>> No. 112374 ID: 336722
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ahahaha my ID is doubles, every post i make is doubles, fucking awesome!
>> No. 112379 ID: e35b40
>>112374
no one gives a shit
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>>112374
I suppose I could have done 22 mph, but I was in a parking lot.


No. 112352 ID: 6e9157 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  Guys. It's actually been 10 years since this video has been posted.
Anyone of the old gang I used to chitchat with hang around here?
Frankengun, Saigaguy, Hotaru Maniac?

I don't care for a fucking trip, but it's me, if anyone cares.
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>> No. 112360 ID: 06c373
Fuck me, this makes me feel old.
>> No. 112362 ID: 9315da
>>112352

Wow. I don' t think we ever chatted but I remember that video. Time flies. Still check on this site every now and then.
>> No. 112364 ID: 56a253
Holy crap. Welcome again dude.
>> No. 112367 ID: 818344
Nah, fuck conscription. If I'm getting drafted - I'm going in, though.


It has been very rough five years, actually.
Almost got married, broke up, broke down, went through shrinks, got my shit together, finished my art education, trying to get back my god fucking damned apartaments that I bought with hard-earned money.
Life fucking sucks, my dudes, but we endure.

I'm kind of thinking about rolling into Legion Etrangere because fuck this country. But it's a last resort, honestly.
For now, I'm kind of coping with everything, but I'm just this close to blowing up.
Also, fuck stupid women. Never again.
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welcome back! join the discord https://discord.gg/VMZxDBQ


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112339 No. 112339 ID: c0301e hide watch quickreply [Reply]
So my biological father is an asshat; my mother honestly had shit for taste. Haven't talked to him since I was like 4 or 5, completely skipped out on child support, had a whole bunch of other kids (all with different women, skipped town soon after the birth of each, still living this way today) after the divorced, and, in general, is a shitty guy.
My wife doesn't have it much better. While her dad never actually touched her, her parents divorced because he was writing sex fantasies involving her. He also fell off the face of the earth after the divorce too. Even his own family can't find him.

We don't know if we want kids of our own yet but we do know, whether we do have kids or not, we will adopt sometime in the future. We don't want either of our father's names being passed on. So we got every family name form each side of our families and tried different combinations. Settled on one that does sound new-age as fuck but works.

As I found out this past week, people look offended when a guy is changing their last name. SSA office "Pam" was agitated and seemed offended that I would change my last name. Demanded that we have a "Name Change" order from our county court to do it, though this was not what the office told us on the phone (clerk on the phone said that we just needed our marriage cert and we could change it however we wished).

Went to the court house yesterday, filled out the form, and the clerk there had the same reaction as the SSA clerk. She kinda made it seem like there was a chance the judge wouldn't think not wanting my decedents to share my fathers surname was a good enough reason to sign off on the name change.

Why do people find it so offensive that a man would change their last name? Is it just because I'm trying to do this in a southern state?

I get that it is outside the norm but the reactions I got were totally unexpected.
>> No. 112340 ID: 415c05
It probably has more to do with the fact that they don't want to do any work than the specific source of that work.
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> Is it just because I'm trying to do this in a southern state?
That is probably a very large part of it, considering historically the woman took the husbands name with marriage. I suspect if you were somewhere even slightly more liberal (or would it be a touch less conservative?) you wouldn't be hitting this issue.
Force Sensitive Weenie Dog also makes good point: people gonna people, and people are lazy, especially when working .gov jobs where its hard to get fired.

FWIW I think you have a perfectly fine reason to change your last name; feel free to guiltlessly ignore the opinions of anyone who thinks otherwise.
>> No. 112355 ID: c9fe43
>>112340
This. Just dealt with the DMV in a southern state (completely black run office) with a non-standard request (like your request is).

They really don't like having double or triple work and will lie to you to send you away


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112323 No. 112323 ID: 7c06c1 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
A long time ago, one of the tripfags here posted some kind of homemade sci-fi film from 1990's/80's Seattle. Some kind of skateboarder science fiction dystopia thing. Bunch of homeless people living around shipping containers. I'm fuzzy on the details but a it was Lo-res and grey as fuck.

I remembered it because me and GF were talking about Pearl Jam playing Safeco field and I quipped that the most grunge thing left in Seattle now is the homeless population.

Pic unrelated
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>> No. 112325 ID: 49da9b
  1980 Portland was as close as I could get
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Is there...another PNW operator on here...with a GF? Do my >implications deceive me?
>> No. 112330 ID: eb7908
Also, the title was the name of the main character. Master Blaster, Kidd screech, fist zapper or something like that
>> No. 112342 ID: e67eb4
  Shredder Orpheus
>> No. 112343 ID: 88ab42
>>112342
Holy shit, thank you!


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>> No. 112297 ID: b430d1
>>112296
you better get to planting, its already mid-july.
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My front lawn is mostly perennial flowers. Some bushes and trees, but the grass is a nice visual buffer between the other plots. Helps maintain property value.

Also, literal Boomer in his 20s considering I own the place (coown with brother)
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I've looked into the idea of growing sugarcane. It's fast growing, and apparently a very versatile crop. It serves as a wind break, you can chew it fresh, press syrup, make cane wine, make rum (fuck the police), and interestingly, smoke meat with it. Any idea how to manage it in an arid environment? Just add a shit load of water, or are there other concerns?
>> No. 112328 ID: c9fe43
>>112310
You're not going to like it.

We grow it here in what amounts to swamps, then to harvest it, you burn the field, then harvest it.

I'd try making it part of an aquafeature on your property before widescale farming the shit.

They grow it in AZ so ... I guess it's possible?
https://www.gardenguides.com/123148-care-sugar-cane-plant-arizona.html
>> No. 112329 ID: 378207
>>112328
I noticed that website! Based on what I've read since posting that, I think what I'll do is build a retaining wall out of cinder block so I can flood the shit in like six inches of standing water.


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112166 No. 112166 ID: df3887 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
We gonna be on the NBC!!!
BY JOE KOVAC JR.
jkovac@macon.com
May 29, 2018 12:16 PM
Updated May 29, 2018 05:55 PM
MACON, GA
The murder and dismemberment of Lauren Giddings, which has attracted its share of attention from cable television docudramas in the years since the 2011 slaying, will be the subject of an upcoming episode of “Dateline NBC.”

A TV production crew along with the popular newsmagazine’s correspondent Keith Morrison visited Macon in April and spoke to several locals familiar with the case, including police and prosecutors.

The one-hour program is scheduled to air on NBC the night of June 8.

Giddings was 27 when she was killed in late June of 2011. Her torso was found dumped in a trash bin outside her Georgia Avenue apartment.


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This is SoL's most recent mugshot
>> No. 112298 ID: 415c05
I watched it, it was fucking dumb.
>> No. 112301 ID: 8a2de3
>>112298
Did we look cool? :)
>> No. 112303 ID: 415c05
>>112301

OPchan was not mentioned at all. I would imagine the intern or whoever was writing the script saw the cops thought they had a smoking gun with posts before they realized they were timestamped and just decided to leave that part out.


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