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94030 No. 94030 ID: 6342c8 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
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He reminds me of FDF Walter White.
>> No. 94064 ID: 097fc9
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> EA's NOD logo

... he is not the REAL Kane

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93828 No. 93828 ID: c044b5 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
>Wake up
>see 4 cop cars outside my house
>Cop with AR15 walking down the sidewalk
>Neighbor about 60 yards away
>cops standing outside with AR15's and those tazer shotguns
>have been sitting there for about 20 minutes now
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>> No. 94020 ID: 1e7cc7
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OK, chicken coop dump.
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A chicken tractor (sometimes called an ark) is a movable chicken coop lacking a floor. Chicken tractors may also house other kinds of poultry. Most chicken tractors are a lightly built A-frame which one person can drag about the yard. It may have wheels on one or both ends to make this easier.
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Chicken tractors allow free ranging along with shelter, allowing chickens fresh forage such as grass, weeds and bugs (although these will quickly be stripped away if the tractor remains in the same place for too long), which widens their diet and lowers their feed needs. Unlike fixed coops, chicken tractors do not have floors so there is no need to clean them out. They echo a natural, symbiotic cycle of foraging through which the birds eat down vegetation, deposit fertilizing manure, then go on to a new area.

The term chicken tractor comes from the chickens performing many functions normally performed using a modern farm tractor: functions like digging and weeding the soil in preparation for planting trees or crops or fertilizing and weeding to enhance the growth of crops and trees already planted.

With chicken tractors flock owners can raise poultry in an extensive environment wherein the birds have access to fresh air, sunlight, forage and exercise, which caged birds in commercial coops do not have. With the coop on only a small area at any given time, the field has time to wholly regrow and more birds can be fed than if they were allowed to freely roam. A chicken tractor also gives some shelter from predators and weather. Moreover, hens lay eggs in nest boxes rather than hiding them in foliage.
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No. 93874 ID: 07eb79 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
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>> No. 94001 ID: 0ea1a5
Fuck Bob Page.
>> No. 94011 ID: 1bddb7
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Eh you just look at the list and it falls apart. Most of them aren't microbiologists at all. A large majority are elderly, 'cause it's entirely implausible for a 60 year old person to drive off a road ("no grandpa! not the farmers market!") or die of pneumonia/a blood clot, no, clearly it's the black helicopters.

The "OVER 100 DEAD SINCE 2004!" thing is so stupid it's almost hilarious. You could pick probably any notable profession, liberal arts, stock trading, welding, aerospace, bong pipe glassblowers, whatever, Google up a bunch of obituaries, and then make a infographic about the vast multinational conspiracy against underwater basket weavers.

It's "really makes u fink" facebook shit for idiots who think vaccines cause autism.
>> No. 94012 ID: 455a59
To counter your point, there are plenty of journalist (a young, healthy profession) who have been "die under mysterious circumstances"'d

So many that many DC insiders kept "kill lists"
>> No. 94013 ID: 55dd72
aren't a few bankers dying at high rate too.. not that anyone would feel sorry for them but still.
>> No. 94026 ID: 4fe180

I was indeed being facetious.

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93508 No. 93508 ID: e8f72b hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

>If President Obama truly wants to transform the cost of higher education, however, he could make college free for all students without having to lay out more money to pay for it. That’s because the federal government could take the $69 billion it currently spends to subsidize the cost of college through grants, tax breaks, and work-study funds and instead cover tuition at all public colleges, which came to $62.6 billion in 2012, the most recent data. (The government spends another $197.4 billion on student loans.) That would give all students who want to get a college degree a free option to do so. It could also put pressure on private universities to compete with the free option by reducing their costs, which have risen 13 percent over the last five years.

What do you guys think, should we make public colleges free?
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The law made college affordable for a group of veterans who never would have thought of going beyond high school, says John Thelin, a professor at the University of Kentucky and author of A History of American Higher Education.

The GI Bill was an unexpected success, Thelin says, enrolling just under 8 million veterans — 10 times the number the authors of the bill had predicted.

This sudden, enormous demand, Thelin adds, could have pushed college costs higher — but didn't, because states embraced the idea. The booming postwar economy allowed them to spend unprecedented sums of money to expand higher education.

"The biggest problem that was facing governors and legislators was, could we build campuses fast enough?" Thelin says.

While states were investing, the federal government was carving out a new role for itself: helping families pay for college. It spawned the National Defense Student Loan program, later called the Federal Perkins Loan program, which did for civilians what the GI Bill had done for veterans — and opened college gates even wider.

Then, with the civil rights movement as the backdrop, the landmark Higher Education Act of 1965 pushed for greater college access for women and minorities.

At the same time, Thelin says, from "1965 to 1972, colleges and universities dug very deep into their own pockets to provide grants and other forms of student financial aid in partnership with the new federal programs."

Americans flocked to campuses with the expectation that the government was going to foot part of the bill, and college did become affordable for many more Americans.
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As family income fell, borrowing to pay for college took off, while public investment in higher education dropped. Sandy Baum of the Urban Institute says that drop has been the single biggest reason for the increase in college costs.

"So it's not that colleges are spending more money to educate students," Baum says. "It's that they have to get that money from someplace to replace their lost state funding — and that's from tuition and fees from students and families."

While most institutions tried to keep costs down, Baum says, some took advantage of the public perception that a high tuition means a quality education.

"There's certainly evidence that people don't know how to measure the quality of a college education," she says. "They think that if it's expensive it must be better. I don't think colleges want to have high prices, but I do think they see strategic reasons why it may be in their interest to have high prices."

For the average family though, the pricing of a college education has become a shell game. As colleges love to point out, there's the sticker price and there's the real price. That's great for the few who can navigate the labyrinth of financial aid sources and discounts that institutions say they offer.

Experts say parents are slowly but surely becoming smarter consumers of higher education and are helping their kids find less-expensive options — like community college — while coming to the realization that a college education never will be the entitlement that many Americans thought it was 30 or 40 years ago.

That brings us back to those bewildered, if not wary, parents who see no end to the rise in college costs. Parents like Heather Gillette, a mother of two in suburban Seattle. Her daughter attends Washington State University, where she's studying to be a veterinarian.

There was never any question that her kids would go to college, Gillette says. The only question is what they would study. Even so, she says, "it does come down to the parent making the decision about what they can afford."
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>> No. 93943 ID: e8f72b
Bloat is one of the major reasons college has become more expensive. My college has two people who advise fraternities and sororities. Literally their job is to give advice and nothing else. And still there are major issues with fraternities on campus going so far as to ban one of the biggest fraternities on campus for six years this month. Why do we need two people who's sole job is to give advice when any number or administrators could have given the same advice without having to make it their job.
Shit like this is why college is so expensive. So many college administrators have a job that could be done by someone else, someone already employee by the school. It is ridiculous seeing how bloated the number of administrators for my school is.
>> No. 94018 ID: 01da11
Well this is like the opposite of what Europe does or like Germany. They have free college but you have to test into your program beginning in high school. If you don't LOL trade school dummie.

I will go ahead and put out that I am generally conservative and disagree with handing out free shit however the European model of actually holding kids feet to the fire and than paying their college if they can pass is ok to me.

The problem with liberals is they love to promote the European welfare state but not really. The first time a US public school tells little Tyron he has to go to trade school because he is too dumb to be anything else than lefties will flip shit,flip tables and scream racism.

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One place where the adage “If you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything at all” definitely does not apply is a restaurant.
“A lot of customers don’t like to complain,” said Doug Brown, a former restaurant manager for the Chart House chain and author of The Restaurant Manager’s Handbook, and to him, that’s a shame. “A lot of people will just not come back and never say why.”

Well-run restaurants welcome constructive complaints. And the best way to help them — and yourself, when you’re sitting there with a mojito when you asked for a margarita — is to speak up right away. “If they mention it on their way out, there’s very little that anyone can do other than (offer) an apology, and to try to have them come back,” said Atul Narain, general manager of Rasika and Rasika West End in Washington.
Flagging a problem with a server or manager will not only ensure you a speedy resolution but also often inspire something extra.
“The guest is always right,” said Boo Kim, director of operations for Washington’s District Commons and Penn Commons and the winner of last year’s RAMMY award for Manager of the Year. “We’re fighting for their business. We have to treat every guest with the utmost importance. We have got to make them feel special.”
But if you instead go home to jump on Yelp, TripAdvisor or one of the other sites that allow customers to leave feedback, restaurants don’t always get that opportunity. Francisca Iguina Pearson, general manager of Mio in Washington, said she finds out about 80 per cent of all complaints that way.

“In a way, we miss the old-school restaurant business,” said Pearson. “Yelp is not necessarily good for us. We try to control it, because anybody can Yelp.”
Narain, Kim and Pearson say they try to track down dissatisfied diners who leave reviews online, but sometimes it’s impossible. If they are able to connect, they might offer gift certificates and personalized service to get a guest to return.

Complaining is an awkward, emotionally fraught interaction — especially when you’re, say, on a date. That’s why it’s important for managers to check in with tables throughout the night to ensure that things are going smoothly. Brown advises managers to “touch” every table.
“You learn more that way than waiting for a problem to be brought to your attention,” he said.
When problems do arise, even the smallest issue — say, an overcooked steak — can snowball. Replacing the steak can back up the entire kitchen, and suddenly, Pearson will find herself trying to soothe the tempers and appetites of several tables.

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93935 No. 93935 ID: ccc681 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
>You will never become a worldclass musician

That fucking feel.

Also, anyone want to talk about Whiplash? I just saw it and it's fucking amazing.

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92985 No. 92985 ID: a1dea7 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
Bullshit advice thread. Post advice that isn't useful at all.

>Don't worry, you'll make a girlfriend naturally, don't think about it

This advice is actually counterproductive if anything.
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God damnit.
>> No. 93339 ID: b47db1
"When in doubt Peej out"

"don't judge"

"Bake at 450"
>> No. 93342 ID: 07ad6c
Indeed. When you invoke firearms, you have to be willing to commit 100%.

I'm don't think two retards fighting is enough to make shoot someone in the chest.
>> No. 93918 ID: 2c0bff
Relax, you don't have to do it right now.
>> No. 93919 ID: 2c0bff

I think they mean, don't date people who will fuck you on the first date because there is obviously something broken about them considering they will engage in a deeply intimate act with strangers.

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93624 No. 93624 ID: 47346f hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I hate humanity. I will not dignify this as news, so it's going here. Prepare to hate the world even more.


And here is a goddamn Facebook support group.

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>> No. 93845 ID: 853d6e
Ya know, everyone always tells me I'm crazy. That going back to Viking laws would be barbaric and cruel. "Jim," they say "these are saner, more civil times. We shouldn't worship violent gods and kill those who insult our honor."

Welp, this is the result. This woman still lives to mock the dead. That little affluenza faggot, his parents, and his judge still live as well. And Odin laughs at us for surrendering wisdom. A sad laugh, that the children of Midgard could be so stupid.
>> No. 93850 ID: cd49aa
Isn't this a troll page? I was just reading through it and it comes across as somebody just fucking with other people.
>> No. 93893 ID: d53e34
It seems that way. Very odd, indeed.
>> No. 93894 ID: 1bddb7
>We welcome all comments and messages about our page except those from bronies and furries. Please sort out your own life before you try to sort out our's.

>> No. 93914 ID: 2c0bff
>Sharlene Simon
>sues victims

color me surprised.

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93567 No. 93567 ID: 68aa6b hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I'm looking for silly or just plain stupid gun or gun user images.

I'd post this in dmz but I've been banned there for almost a month.
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>> No. 93813 ID: 4059f1
video of the Siamese version, haven't found one of the Trimese-16. Which is a shame.
>> No. 93814 ID: 4059f1
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An older Winchester design coming out of the SALVO project based on the FAL and firing 5.56 from two barrels and two magazines. At the time the project was creating proposals along the (rather Ork-like) idea of more bullets = better hit chance. So lots of multibarrel designs and new cartridge designs with two bullets contained.
>> No. 93839 ID: df12a0

Just needs to be in .75, and then we need to armor-up the HULC/SARCOS and EXTERMINATUS SOON, BATTLE BROTHERS.
>> No. 93863 ID: f9a97c
That was one of the saner SALVO offshoots.

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93670 No. 93670 ID: 1a7881 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I've been thinking, Let's say that some OPERATOR has a gold bar.
He found it, but it clearly belonged to someone.

How would he go about selling it?

I figure that just dropping it off some place would be a good way to arouse suspicions, would melting it down into lots of little chunks be the best be? but then you've got no way to control the price as it would be purchased at junk gold value.

Tell me how OPERATORCHAN would do it.

This is just a what if thread, don't go chasing me down to break into my house and steal the gold, I don't have it, you'll just trip over and hurt yourself on my collections of FA weapons, a piece of hitlers skull, and old soviet physics packages.
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>> No. 93713 ID: 56338d
  If the bar is fuckhuge, cut it with an axe and hammer like this friendly Hungarian does with lead.

Then, find a suitable crucible, insert gold, apply oxy-acetylene/mapp gas/propane torch, and sand cast it. Proceed to sell it for melt value.
>> No. 93767 ID: de0bec
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Make some gold casts of your dick.
No explanation will be necessary.
>> No. 93774 ID: bdc075
this is actually a shockingly good idea.

Cast penis bookends. Make then tacky with purple crushed velour and oak.
They'll be like, wtf, but won't really ask questions, especially if you're old enough to have lived through the 80's
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You're welcome. Be sure to use this mold. They won't be able to turn you down with these on you.
>> No. 93825 ID: b47db1
My side actually hurts you ass :P

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