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No. 106348 ID: 983fb8 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  Hey everybody!

I am taking a Journalism Media Law class this summer and I have been finding it very interesting. The teacher is posting all of his lectures on youtube so I thought fuck it why not share it with everyone else.

Teeter and Loving, Law of Mass Communication, 13th ed. New York, Foundation Press 2011.

I will be updating this thread as the class moves on through it's five weeks with the videos if people find this interesting. It will end Aug 25th.

Here is the first lecture.
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William Tecumseh Sherman professed that he hated profiteers, politicians, and sentimentalists. Above all, he hated reporters. He felt they revealed war secrets just to sell newspapers.

“These dirty newspaper scribblers have the impudence of Satan. They come into camp and poke about the lazy shirkers and pick up camp rumors and then publish them as facts.”

He went on, “If I killed all of them tonight there’d be news from Hell before breakfast.”
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>>106349
Bob Dole, I can personally attest to the usefulness of the IRAC method of note-taking. When reading a court opinion on a case, jot down the main points of the case's story and circumstances and then write lines on the case's issue, rule, analysis and conclusion. Page-brief these cases, do not just book-brief them (making IRAC notations in the book). I also pasted the case's condensed opinion from Lexis-Nexis in my IRAC document. Really helped me out with my studies.
>> No. 106417 ID: 983fb8
  >>106357
Thanks Bat's! Yeah I am having a real hard time with the class because it is all online and I am terrible at reading and understanding text books.

I am going to be missing a lecture here and there due to professor having issues uploading them.
>> No. 106418 ID: 983fb8
  Overbreadth, laws of general applicability, prior restraint
>> No. 106419 ID: 983fb8
  Prior restraing, licensing speech, public forums and punishing speech


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106350 No. 106350 ID: a1d3a7 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Since the WARFARE board is no longer in existence I have to ask my question here:

HOW are fighting doctrines and TTPs developed for USMC and US Army? People in Pentagon work their brains out and send the conceived products down the line? Or the ideas come from the bottom through some prepared channels solely for improvements and suggestions inflow up the chain of command?

And more practical question - WHICH of those (USMC or USAr) manuals and such documents would you recommend to introduce to improve combat training of light infantry and also motorized and mech infantry in middle european country?

To put it in a stupid simple way - which tactical solutions are "BETTER" for combat?

pic unrelated
>> No. 106351 ID: a1d3a7
>>106350
>which tactical solutions are "BETTER" for combat?
Naturally for conventional combat "force on force" or "hybrid" conflict on a large scale
>> No. 106353 ID: d4c8ee
You'll probably find this enlightening:
http://usacac.army.mil/cac2/cgsc/carl/download/csipubs/sixty.pdf
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>>106350
There are plenty of published studies of strategy and tactics to read.
Such as these:
Rogers, Clifford J. (2006). "Strategy, Operational Design, and Tactics". In Bradford, James C. International Encyclopedia of Military History. New York: Routledge. https://www.academia.edu/13085191/Strategy_Operational_Design_and_Tactics
Operations: The official U.S. Army Field Manual FM 3-0 (27th February, 2008) https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/5102666-operations
WARFIGHTING (Marine Corps Doctrinal Publication 1) https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/240526.WARFIGHTING_Marine_Corps_Doctrinal_Publication_1_
Strategy (Second Revised Edition) by B.H. Liddell Hart https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/305909.Strategy
There are tactical decision games compiled in books like Mastering Tactics.
Tactical Decision Games (TDG's) are published monthly in the Marine Corps Gazette and here (with permission of the Gazette on the Duke NROTC web page. Solutions to the TDG's are published both in the Gazette and on line two months after the problem's publication. Proposed solutions to these problems can be sent directly to the Marine Corps Gazette at: gazette@mca-marines.org. Solutions need to be on no more than one month after the publication of the initial publication. http://kepler.pratt.duke.edu/NROTC/gazetteOLD/tdgpage.htm

Mastering Tactics, A Tactical Decision Games Workbook By Maj John F Schmitt USMCR
Marine Corps Association, Quantico Virginia 1994
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Contemporary Marine tactics for war fighting
http://www.marines.mil/Portals/59/Publications/MCDP%201-3%20Tactics.pdf


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105366 No. 105366 ID: 037541 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Hey guys Bob Dole here talking about porn and masturbation.

Have you ever had a long day and you were surfing the chans and you run into a photo of a sexy lady? What about multiple photos of sexy ladies and your peepee goes hard? But you told yourself you are going to stop masturbating for sometime.

Do you have issues finding having very high standards in women you are willing to bone? Have you ever lost interest in a girl after busting because she did not hold up to those high standards?

Well with avoiding porn you can hold those standards in check. Because some physical contact from females is better then none!

Silly infomercial stuff aside. Trying to go no fap no porn and shits hard yo. I am tired of being controlled by my urges and want more incentive to actually chase tail. I have noticed that when I fap I am way worse with women and have less incentive to be on the prowl.
I have also noticed watching porn or viewing pornographic images causes me to hold certain standards higher then others. I have baseline interests I look for in girls but I am tired of needing x,y, and or z from a girl. The same x,y, and or z I specifically look for in a girl in a porn to bust to.
I am not getting as much action as I want to and I feel a good step to changing that is to cut all masturbation and porn. Has anyone else tried this? I have read multiple articles on this and it seems like it could be a benefit on my life. I went 30 days a year back and noticed a positive change in my ability to get girls during that time.

Have any other OPERATORs tried the 30 or even 90 day no fap no porn challenge? I seem to about 70% of the time I start one of these have a wet dream by day 3 which is super annoying since it is always a super fat load.

https://www.reddit.com/r/NoFap/comments/20otnh/90_days_hardmode_spectacular_benefits/
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>> No. 106294 ID: 49ee7e
  GOP Platform Identifies Pornography As A National Public Health Crisis And A Public Menace That Is Destroying Lives
As GOP delegates gather in Cleveland to formulate the party’s principles document, social conservative priorities have dominated the discussion, with several provisions opposition same-sex marriage and endorsing controversial conversion therapy passing preliminary votes Monday. The platform committee approved several of the measures in a sometimes-heated discussion between social conservatives and more moderate Republicans that represent a more conservative shift from the draft platform authored by Republican National Committee staff and outside advisors. But the platform committee softened language calling for legislation in opposition to transgender protections pushed by the Obama administration.

Among the provisions is an assessment that internet pornography is a “public health crisis.”

“Pornography, with his harmful effects, especially on children, has become a public health crisis that is destroying the life of millions. We encourage states to continue to fight this public menace and pledge our commitment to children’s safety and wellbeing,” the amendment stated. http://time.com/4401600/gop-platform-contemplates-anti-porn-provision-embrace-of-conversion-therapy/
2016 GOP: Porn Is A 'Public Health Crisis' And A 'Menace' https://youtu.be/YSgrToiJ4Xw
Republican delegates unanimously adopted an amendment to their draft platform Monday morning that called pornography “a public health crisis” and a “public menace” that is destroying lives...
Read More At: https://www.yahoo.com/news/rnc-platform-draft-porn-000000329.html
>> No. 106299 ID: 1ac0a9
>>105444
Finasteride is great for balding. It's bad for your t. But regrowth hair and prevents prostate cancer
>> No. 106346 ID: aaff85
Gotta lower the standards to raise the quota my dude.

Actually became a man last weekend. Could only get 3/4 chub and didn't bust a nut. I mark it down to just nerves, but I do fap quite a bit. Probaby not related.
>> No. 106347 ID: 983fb8
>>106346
You might wanna check out the video here >>105419 if you haven't already. Might help explain somethings or not, good watch anyways for everyone who masturbates and watches porn regularly.
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Eh, just had a first date with a girl last night. Got second one Tuesday. I deleted a bunch of my porn today. Granted, it was a bunch of corrupt stuff from an old HDD.


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106316 No. 106316 ID: 302fcb hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
vice presidents

>mfw already forgot who they were
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>>106339

Patton and LeMay were totally down to keep the war going. Woulda been interesting.
>> No. 106341 ID: 385f49
>>106340
>Woulda been interesting.
Well, if you forgot, USSR still has enough power to destroy Japanese occupational forces in the other part of the continent after that (talk about shit nobody cares about). Both sides knew well that they wouldn't gain much more than general population distrust out of that conflict, and the situation would have remained unchanged in the end.
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>>106339
Waging an aggressive nuclear war against a former ally because you don't like their economic system? No, thanks. Soviet communism collapsed on its own without the military superpowers needing to wage total war against each other.
>> No. 106344 ID: 51896a
>>106343
>ally

I think you mean "tool" or "vassal"
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>>106344
No, a very important ally, at least in their effectiveness in fighting Nazi Germany and the Axis powers. Something like 80% of Germany's casualties in WW2 were inflicted by the Soviets.
And if the Soviets were our tools or vassals we would not have had such trouble with them in the post-war period.


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105402 No. 105402 ID: a273fd hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Sorry if this is the wrong spot, but STEM didn't seem like the ideal location.

I've been looking for a new computer. I don't do anything beyond normal computing, aside from do some video editing for fun. I wanted a laptop because I worked 24 hour shifts, go to school etc, so it seemed like the easiest way to keep all of my stuff together. After looking at how much space I would need, and on the advice that I should try to get an SSD, I would need a 512gb SSD. Which often pushed me into the premium lines of most makers, and prices north of $1k (which I'm willing to pay if necessary).

But recently I started looking at All-In-One (AIO) computers. Yes, they are not portable (although there are some models that do side duty as huge tablets). However it seems like I can get similar performance for a lot less money (although most have traditional HDDs). If I went this route, I would have to get with the times and figure out how to do cloud computing so I can access necessary things on the go. And then I would of course still need a laptop...

So in conclusion I guess, has anyone gone either way on this? High end laptop vs standardish desktop and laptop?
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>> No. 106258 ID: fb3bdd
>>106245
>Matching the colors took hours and I'm still not perfectly satisfied.
You realise they make software and hardware for colour calibration right?
>> No. 106259 ID: 98c1a2
>>106258
>hardware
yeah I know they make doodads to calibrate the monitors but I'm not going to spend money on a thing I'll use like once
>> No. 106304 ID: 4ed3bd
>>105917
> PassMark score

Rant(-ish) time.

I'm always a bit hesitant when using passmark (for GPUs at least - I haven't looked much in to their CPU charts), their scoring is a bit weird imo, and they do some weird groupings of cards, especially with AMD cards (nvidia bias maybe?). A prime example of this is that they've lumped the R9 Fury and Fury X together as if they were the same card with the same performance, which they definitely are not (not to mention they've completely missed the R9 Nano, which is effectively and air cooled Fury X and should be lumped with it instead). It would be like lumping the GTX 980 and GTX 980Ti together. I do understand the grouping of cards that are effectively just refreshes though, that makes a bit more sense(although they aren't even consistent with that).

/

That aside, what I'm getting at is that I highly recommend using more than one source for GPU and CPU performance numbers. There are loads of youtube channels that do reviews these days.
>> No. 106305 ID: 6057a8
>>106304
Indeed. I just used that to get an idea of what cards to aim at.

I researched more thoroughly the card I wanted to get, comparing power requirement and other benchmarks with the competing cards and also my budget. I'm happy with the GTX960, I've been using it since I got it and it has been fantastic. Very quiet, my computer runs cooler, it has CUDA and has proven more than capable for what I need and even what I might need in the future. Even with two monitors, it has more than enough horsepower for me from what I can tell.
>> No. 106342 ID: 79b400
  Terry Crews became interested in PCs after playing Battlefield 1 and decided to take a crack at building one.


No. 106227 ID: 9dcda2 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  http://www.RIAFreedomChallenge.com

Donated $100.
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Ditto
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>>106336

Mah man.

> WHAT IS THE FREEDOM CHALLENGE?

> The Freedom Challenge grassroots campaign was created by Rock Island Auction Company® to raise awareness and financial support for NRA-ILA, an organization that has stalwartly defended the Second Amendment for decades. 2016 is the most important year we’ve seen in a generation or more. The attack on the Second Amendment is clear; many politicians, government officials and members of the media look to destroy our Constitutional rights. The Supreme Court's greatest Second Amendment advocate — Justice Antonin Scalia — has passed away, leaving a vacancy on the Court that the next president will fill. Simply put, our firearm and other freedoms hang in the balance and it will take an army of us to take a stand.


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106239 No. 106239 ID: b57216 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
As we all know open carry is the law in Ohio that the location of this year's Republican national convention. Guns will not be allow in the private event, but the grounds outside are public territory and amongst the groups who have announced that they will be appearing at the convention fashionably well armed are a Bundy affiliated faction, #BLM, an NRA affiliated faction, an anti-NRA, pro-gun group, numerous Tea Party organizations and the New Black Panther Party. All this at the same time on less than 400 acres, yelling at each other with cops trying to keep it all under control.
It will be hot and humid out there too, just to add to the tension a little.

Even funnier, the GOP has banned pretty much anything which could possibly be used as a weapon other than those protected by the 2nd, so you can't bring a baseball to the convention cause you might throw it at someone, but those murderclips are just fine. Anyone wants to play baseball gonna have to make a ball out of spent casings & tape and use a nugget for a bat. Canned good are also banned at the convention, but there is an exception for cans 0.45 inches in diameter or smaller (0.5 inches with approved credit).
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>> No. 106298 ID: 86d09e
>>106295

It appeared in Corsica now, imported by some Senegalese refugees.

Where's my fortress Europa? :P
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>> No. 106311 ID: ac715d
>>106309
He's facing the wrong way, thats why you didn't get doubles
>> No. 106318 ID: da34c8
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/arts-and-entertainment/wp/2016/07/21/we-were-promised-a-riot-in-cleveland-we-got-a-block-party-instead/

>CLEVELAND — Brittany Atterberry was walking down East Fourth Street in her hometown when she encountered a visiting Trump supporter on his guitar. So she unsheathed her soprano sax, fixed a microphone on its bell, and jumped into the blues with him. Then Atterberry’s brother George Fossett, who was holding an END RACISM sign, started dancing with a bare-chested Biker for Trump.

>It was a tableau of can’t-we-all-just-get-along, mere blocks from the site of the fractious Republican National Convention, where each night politicians have done their best to make Americans afraid of each other.

>Said the guitarist, Kraig Moss, 57, of his fellow musician: “The Lord sent her right down here.”

>Said Atterberry, 25, a professional saxophonist who describes herself as anti-war: “Music is something that you feel. You can’t overthink it, like with voting.”

>Said Daryl Rembowski, the Biker for Trump: “The silent majority is showing you we can [get along]. We’ve seen it all week.”

>Said Fossett, his dance partner and fellow Cleveland resident: “Stop all the white against black, black against white. It’s all about love. This is what Cleveland is about. This is what the world should be about.”

>What happened to the tear gas? The cars on fire? The cops digging their knees into people’s necks? Wasn’t Cleveland supposed to explode right alongside the GOP and its volatile nominee?
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>> No. 106321 ID: 302fcb
>>106318
fukken boring, i wanted a thousand open carriers to have a free-for-all shootout with the last man standing getting the presidential nomination


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106157 No. 106157 ID: 5e8be9 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Ask a man who just dropped $400 so he could get MOST of the back issues for a comic series anything.

Still need to find issues:
50, 41, 38, 33, 30-28, 25-22, 20-14, 12-1(0)

I have the whole series downloaded but having grown up in my parents comic book shop I need the physical copy. Plus I like supporting artists I like.

If you can't tell I like the sexy "bad girls". You think this is a lot of $$$?
Nothing compared to what I've spent over at boundless.

Also happen to like dark and twisted stuff (the last rendition of House of Mystery was my favorite series ever) but it seems to be rare nowadays. Marvel and DC are SJW circle jerks of such intensity that even Clio couldn't handle it, Dark Horse seems to have lost it's funk (they go through funk cycles though), and Image is SJW's trying to actually create something original for a change (which is nice but I haven't liked anything they've done).

Speaking of SJW's and the ilk I find it odd that feminists who shouldn't approve of the erotic bad girl genre (Belladonna, Lady Death, Hellina, Tarot, Pandora, Ember, etc.) are silent about it. Maybe they just don't know yet...

Not sure if the pic is ok but it is SFW (barely) and not anime and it is on topic.
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>> No. 106291 ID: 0c0931
>>106289
Body pillows?
>> No. 106292 ID: bf2165
>>106288
My girlfriend calls her truck Xenia.
>> No. 106293 ID: 6057a8
>>106291
Nope, body pillows usually cheaper than most good figurines.

Also, that many dakimakuras would pretty much be a waifu harem, and that's heretical. I mean fuck, I don't even have a waifu, so shit just doesn't make sense from the get-go.
>> No. 106302 ID: 5e8be9
Package is confirmed stolen...it was insured but IDK if any of you have dealt with a USPS claim...it will be A LONG time before I get my money back.

Until then I'm going to reorder once I finish moving next month and watch Craigslist/backpage/ebay like a hawk to see if the thief tries to sell them.

Love that USPS leaves the big heavy package on the doorstep but the small package they could have put in my mail box I had to go pickup today...fuckers...
>> No. 106303 ID: d4c8ee
>>106302
I'd suggest calling the comic book/RPG/boardgame shops in your area and asking the owners to keep a eye out.


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106249 No. 106249 ID: 649f2c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
How come nobody ever spins conspiracy theories about the Reagan Assassination attempt?
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Look this fucker with his popgun isn't even unholstered, but uzi dude is ready to kill a dozen enemies in half a second.

and then if you remember the republican primaries in 1980, they were a lot like this year's primaries. George Bush was the party insider pick and considered a mortal lock, but then along comes Reagan and Reagan stole the show. That had to have George a little pissed off.
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they still used revolvers back in those days. ancient history.

george bush is 92 years old, he will take a lot of secrets to the grave with him.
used to be CIA boss before he was vice president
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>gtfo nigger

you tell 'em uzi dude!
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anyway it always seemed really strange to me that no media organization even attempted to seriously investigate the issue. they worked on watergate for years before they figured it out and iran contra even more so.
family friends of the VP try to assassinate the president? probably nothing there right?
if there is i guess you can blame bradyshit on george bush, but we'll never know.
its slightly frustrating.
>> No. 106290 ID: 98c1a2
Dat TD.


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106155 No. 106155 ID: aab36d hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
…after all they don't vote Republican.

After a Minnesota police officer fatally shot a black man on Wednesday, gun control advocates weren’t the only ones criticizing the National Rifle Association. Some of the blowback was coming from within the organization.

The NRA is facing internal division as its members argue that the group did not do enough to defend gun owners’ rights by speaking out on behalf of Philando Castile of Falcon Heights, Minn., who was shot to death during a traffic stop.

Castile had a valid permit to carry a gun. He also reportedly informed the officer who shot him that he was armed in an attempt to head off a misunderstanding.

Still, Castile was killed by police, prompting outrage that following the rules was not enough to save him from a violent death.

The NRA appeared to drag its feet on the Falcon Heights shooting, taking more than a day and a half to address it publicly. When a statement was posted on the NRA Facebook page, the group obliquely referred to “reports from Minnesota.” It neither named Castile directly nor took a position on the shooting.

“It is important for the NRA not to comment while the investigation is ongoing,” the organization said. “Rest assured, the NRA will have more to say once all the facts are known.”

From the NRA’s Facebook page:
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>> No. 106191 ID: 09c7e0
>>106171
You know the whole gun control movement started in America as a southern technique to keep firearms out of the hands of niggers & poor whites. This all happened during the post civil-war era south, so the police (AKA the government) calling for gun control these days is nothing new, but southern blacks seem to be on the wrong side of the issue if you ask me. They had gun control in Texas back in the day to make sure that the guy getting lynched (& his fam) wouldn't be shooting back.
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>>106191
Likewise back in the 60s-70s there were anti-civil rights groups running stuff like this. Ooga Booga the NRA is giving M16s to Farrakhan and Malcolm X! Vote Thurmond!

https://www.thenation.com/article/dallas-shooter-micah-johnson-showed-what-the-nras-insurgency-theory-of-gun-rights-really-looks-like/
>But make no mistake: (Micah) Johnson was acting on one of the central beliefs that animates the gun rights movement. It’s been called the ‘insurgency theory’ of the Second Amendment, and it holds that Americans must have the right to own military-style weapons because a heavily armed populace is the last bulwark against a tyrannical government running amok. The NRA is quite explicit about this.
>> No. 106194 ID: 1057d5
>>106191
>the whole gun control movement started in America

False.
>> No. 106197 ID: 0c0931
  Wait. That's his real name?

>>106194
I don't think he's trying to say that America was the first country to try to control it's citizens'/subjects' access to firearms.
>> No. 106199 ID: 0c0931
  >>106197
>That's his real name?
Nope.


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