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89654 No. 89654 ID: 269bc1 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
post ur reaction to pic related
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>> No. 89685 ID: 06f96c
>>89676
Oregon is a pretty clean place.
>> No. 89689 ID: 97b606
>>89661
This.

Even if his injuries weren't sustained in the service we have no idea when he got fat and shouldn't make conclusions. A lot of very athletic people get old, start getting health issues, and let them self go after they are already on the downhill and I don't think there's anything inherently wrong with that. If you weigh the costs and benefits of eating a cake a day and make the decision to face the costs for the benefits... more power to you. I just hate when people who get fat young for no medical reason and complain about being fat all the time
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I appreciate any chick that still rocks a full length skirt on occasion. I feel like they're kind of dying out here, and it makes me a little sad.
>> No. 89733 ID: b338a2
Sorry this >>89681 was for the hippie chick here >>89717

Should really learn to read thread before responding


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89669 No. 89669 ID: e24dff hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
http://www.fatalencounters.org/maps/

How does your area stand up?

http://gawker.com/what-ive-learned-from-two-years-collecting-data-on-poli-1625472836

Pretty good article written by the guy who made this and what he learned from it like:

>The biggest thing I've taken away from this project is something I'll never be able to prove, but I'm convinced to my core: The lack of such a database is intentional. No government—not the federal government, and not the thousands of municipalities that give their police forces license to use deadly force—wants you to know how many people it kills and why.

And,

>The second biggest thing I learned is that bad journalism colludes with police to hide this information. The primary reason for this is that police will cut off information to reporters who tell tales. And a reporter can't work if he or she can't talk to sources. It happened to me on almost every level as I advanced this year-long Fatal Encounters series through the News & Review. First they talk; then they stop, then they roadblock.

Other interesting bits,
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>> No. 89690 ID: afafb0
Seems like they're missing a few:

http://www.10tv.com/content/stories/2014/07/10/columbus-ohio-probation-officer-among-2-people-shot-in-southeast-columbus.html

http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2014/05/10/0510-south-side-officer-involved-shooting.html
>> No. 89692 ID: 6c9afb
>>89669
Just the one at the walmart in Bevercreek where they killed that guy carrying an airsoft/bb gun he got at the walmart.
>> No. 89693 ID: afafb0
>>89692

Those two are from CMH not bevercreek; didn't see them on the map.
>> No. 89694 ID: 17ac4c
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>>89669
>Dubious accuracy...

Maybe Chicagos numbers are low because they cops shooting were off duty?

Although it is clear that you do not F around in Cleveland
>> No. 89696 ID: bfcca4
>>89694
So few shootings in Detroit because they don't have any cops left.


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89660 No. 89660 ID: c9e311 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
anyone know what happened to those 2 ex-mil guys that used crowd funding to raise money to go overseas on their own and kill brown people?
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>> No. 89683 ID: b338a2
shit i should crowdfund a vacation
>> No. 89684 ID: 750ac9
>>89683
Some guy got crowdfunded 5 grand to make potato salad for himself a couple months ago.
>> No. 89687 ID: 885afe
>>89684
And one of those feminist strong dykes got funded $3000 to go to comic con because "I like lost my job and am super bummed" and she lived in san fran.
>> No. 89691 ID: 57e823
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>>89687
Old news, but this lady spends 3-5k on food a month and makes around 9 thou just eating and chatting live for a few hours. If porn wasn't illegal in Korea I feel like she could triple her income with a toilet cam feed.

http://www.cnn.com/2014/01/29/world/asia/korea-eating-room/
More pics:
http://ibnlive.in.com/news/south-korean-earns-9400-monthly-by-eating-online/448036-79.html
>> No. 89695 ID: 06ae7b
>>89684
Well he asked for $10 to make a potato salad but word got out and people start donating and it went up to $55k

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/324283889/potato-salad


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89617 No. 89617 ID: 5cd9fb hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
TFW you start your car and the brake pedal goes to the floor. Esp. when you just paid all your bills and are on a shoestring budget for the next 2 weeks.


Time to pawn my rifle I guess :-/
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>>89621
Just curious, what type of interior do you have, and how hard was it to clean after you shit yourself?
>> No. 89662 ID: 849d2b
>>89647
Guys rebled the lines. Pedal is much firmer now. I think I'm going to go for it. (It being my Labor Day trip)
>> No. 89663 ID: 5b9651
>>89653

No self-shitting, but a combination of jumping a curb, taking a 15mph roundabout at about 48, stomping the E-brake, and hooking my toes under the brake pedal to pump it furiously up and down managed to stop me before any accidents could occur.

It'll wake you up, I tell ya whut.
>> No. 89665 ID: 849d2b
>>89663
Didn't you bork your parking pawl on your autotragic trans too?
>> No. 89670 ID: 5b9651
>>89665

No, the tranny is fine. I broke the shift tube inside the column was all. I have a guy hunting me a replacement column since some of the electrical in there is borked too.


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89616 No. 89616 ID: a9d034 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
A couple of days ago I got myself a cheap laser printer that uses even cheaper toner and now I can print black and white for a penny a page, front and back.

Now that the miser in me is satisfied, I want to put down a lot of good survival and/or utilitarian info on paper and seal it up tight. I plan to scour stevespages and hardcopy all my reloading books but if anybody else has some good resources I'd very much appreciate them.
>> No. 89628 ID: 289d70
What's the printer make and model? I'm looking for a decent cheapie b/w lasprinter.
>> No. 89629 ID: 754e0b
http://www.stevespages.com/page7c.htm
It looks like Steve has kept updating this site too.
>> No. 89634 ID: 513d58
>>89628

Relatively cheap. They already bumped the price back up $15. 10% off with promo code VCO and using Visa Checkout.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16828113545

Free shipping and a discount on 3+ toner carts: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16828844001
You can get a better yield:price ratio for toner with a $200 Brother machine but this is still a pretty good one, especially compared to HP and Xerox.

There's also a cheaper very base model here: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16828113690


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89455 No. 89455 ID: 17ac4c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
For my own and others protection, I have decided to actively pursue leaving the united states of america.

Looking for some feedback in regards to location.

Countries I am already considering.
Costa Rica
Finland

Countries requiring resignation of US citizenship are open for consideration.

Countries that I am not considering
UK
SWA (as a region)
Any part of Africa
Canada
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>> No. 89596 ID: 1e7cc7
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89596
"Our Nation's Broken Immigration and Naturalization System"
Dunno about the veracity of any of this, but I hear navigating the US immigration system is a nightmare. A friend from work was from Romania and he got it done, but he is very smart and speaks English and a few other languages fluently.
>> No. 89597 ID: 55dd72
>>89593
http://www.latimes.com/nation/nationnow/la-na-illegal-immigration-unaccompanied-minors-20140724-story.html#page=1

Step up your game , I knew at first glance you cherry picked because the economist article is from February.

>The number of children caught crossing the border illegally with a parent or guardian nearly tripled in less than a year, according to the Pew analysis.

>So far this fiscal year, 22,069 accompanied children were apprehended, compared with 8,479 last year. More than half,
12,074, came from Honduras, a 434% increase from last year.


>not only have more unaccompanied children illegally crossed the southern border this year — more than twice last year's total — but they are crossing at much younger ages, according to a study released this week
>> No. 89598 ID: 1e7cc7
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89598
>>89597
I guess that torpedoes the claim that the Administration is not doing anything about illegal immigration. Look at all those illegals they apprehended.
>> No. 89600 ID: 55dd72
>>89598
But I said "democrats" in general, as I meant they want amnesty if you looked at my original post. I would have to look further into what the federal government is doing to comment on how many they have detained that will be going back and anyway you just deflected into American immigration debate because you didn't want to dive into the various Nordic model immigration polices.

Also the Nordic "model" is a myth in some ways because there are dramatic differences in how Norway runs their country and say Finland or Sweden.

All I was saying is that you left out some important aspects of the "Nordic" model however a lot of what you posted is correct. You were being vague.
>> No. 89608 ID: 1e7925
>>89574
Thanks! couldn't remember that website, kept thinking about it.

Also, apparently I should move to San Marino, lol.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Marino


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89435 No. 89435 ID: 5d922e hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Anyone know if this can be caused by overheating?

I've got one of those HCT 48" LCD HDTVs I've had for a couple years. Was on the Gaystation 3 earlier and noticed an intermittent horizontal green "static" like line that seemed to be teleporting all over the screen. It seemed to be a flickering band or series of bands 2 or 3 pixels high. It didnt really obscure the image, but it was pretty annoying. I shut the TV off and noticed the air coming out of the top vents was hot as hell, and that room doesn't have air conditioning right now so the ambient temp was high. After cooling off for 5 mins or so I turned it back on and the flicker was gone for a while. After ten minutes of play it came back, and when I dropped out to the dashboard it got REALLY bad, with genuine flickering and tearing in parts of the image.

I shut it off to cool again and checked it a few mins ago, it was fine again so I unplugged it to let it sit overnight.

Just overheating, or do I have a more serious issue you think?

>pic unrelated
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>> No. 89556 ID: 64ff75
>>89511
>Can't let some pawnfag get ahold of a piece of Opchan's legacy.

Doesn't really matter, Frost already pawned his PBEAR a while back.
>> No. 89567 ID: 06f96c
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89567
>>89511
>> No. 89570 ID: 90a126
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89570
I've actually been having monitor problems too.

My monitor works fine but occasionally goes black with some weird blinking and the power button blinking like its on standby.

Thankfully a good whack causes the monitor to I guess reset itself with the monitor start screen and all that popping up before returning to normal.

The fact that I'm apparently a techpriest is cool and all but I'm probably just going to be looking for some cheapo monitor or LCD tv next payday.

Problem with tvs is it doesn't seem like modern tvs are anything but widescreen and I hate widescreen. I actually have a fairly new widescreen monitor that I don't use because of that.
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>>89489
He could have found the problem and solutions by googling the symptom and the model number instead of taking the time to post here.
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>>89601

I did and got a bunch of nothing.

The wonderful thing about Opchan is, you never know who will pop up and say "Yeah, mine did that exact same thing X years ago. We took it to get it fixed and they said it was Y!"

Stop being a faggot serv.


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89513 No. 89513 ID: 5b9651 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Painful stupidity isn't really /n/ews, but it is Ferguson related.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/olivia-cole/the-10-kinds-of-trolls-yo_b_5691405.html


My personal favorites:

>The "Wait for Evidence" Troll
>This troll may or may not be anonymous and pretends to be focused on respecting and upholding the law. "We don't know what happened yet,"

Because not burning down your city before knowing what happened is trolling. Gotcha.

>The "Mike Brown Shouldn't Have [insert human action here]" Troll
>This troll (and the others as well) will go great lengths to justify the taking of black life. "He shouldn't have run," "he shouldn't have been sagging," "he shouldn't have been walking down the middle of the street," "he shouldn't have stolen something."

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>> No. 89537 ID: fdccb0
Oh my god. If you want a good laugh, click the author's name and check out her other articles.

Someone has an extra-strength case of white guilt.
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89558
>>89513
>The "Wait for Evidence" Troll
Goddammit huffpo.
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89561
>>89513
I get the feeling this woman doesn't know what a troll actually is.

She seems to use the "everyone who disagrees with me is a troll" definition that you, Clio, Dece, myself, Phil and others get hit with.
>> No. 89563 ID: 57e823
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>>89537
Olivia Cole
Poet, author and activist
10 Things White Privilege Has Done for Me in 10 Days
Lucy: Why I'm Tired of Seeing White People on the Big Screen
Why Is the Villain in Dragon 2 the Only Non-White Character?
Dear Forbes: This Is Why Iggy Azalea Doesn't 'Run' Hip-Hop
Belle: A Lesson in the Timelessness of Racism and Misogyny Against Black Women
Why Steve Harvey Needs to Have a Seat
People of Color Do Survive the Apocalypse: 5 Books You Should Read
FUBU, Daymond John and White People Who Mock Black Culture
Single Moms Club: Tyler Perry Still Has a Problem With (Black) Women
Why I'm So Excited for the New Annie Movie With Quvenzhané Wallis
An Elegy for Fairness: Jordan Davis, Defiance, and White Entitlement
On the Oft-Repeated Lie That Racism on Social Media Isn't 'Real' Racism
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>> No. 89565 ID: c565c4
>>89561
Anybody with a brain can understand that you're just a retard.

Acid Man could actually be a BATFE plant.


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89217 No. 89217 ID: e24dff hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
http://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/read/hawaiis-longshot-for-governor-wants-weed-solar-power-and-no-government-at-all?utm_source=motherboardfb

Not really /n/ worthy so posting this here instead.
...
>Jeff Davis, a libertarian solar installer and AM radio talk show host running for Hawaii governor this November.Davis isn't what you'd call a frontrunner in the race. His campaign lacks funding, and his hardline libertarian views aren't likely to gain a huge amount of traction in Hawaii. (Five of the seven state governors in its history have been Democrats.) But one part of Davis's platform definitely resonates locally: His ardent support for solar power and a desire to cut Hawaii's reliance on imported fossil fuels.
...
>In Waikiki, his pickup truck pulled over to the curb, and Brody and I squeezed into a single passenger seat. “Brah,” Davis said, turning to me, “you are in the third world right now. This is the democratic socialist banana republic of Hawaii.” He swigged an orange-colored drink, and then threw the plastic container out the window.

>We drove north up Paoakalani Avenue with Brody practically sitting on my lap. “Can you wrap that seatbelt around your shoulder,” Davis asked, “because what we’re doing right now is illegal.” He swung the truck left on Ala Wai Boulevard and pulled into a parking lot where a large Hawaiian man was smoking.

>“That’s blind Mike,” Davis said. “He’s an old-school bass player.” Davis jumped out of the truck and handed Mike a CD of guitar songs he’d recently recorded. Mike walked up to the passenger window. “What do you see?” Davis said. “I can’t see shit,” Mike replied.

>“Explosive growth” in solar, HECO’s Jim Alberts recently explained to Greentech Media, “is creating unprecedented safety and reliability challenges.” He apologized for slowing down the industry. “We know how frustrating it is for everyone,” Alberts said.

>Davis wasn’t just frustrated, he was furious. “It’s conceivable these idiots could shut down the entire industry and send us all to the unemployment office,” he said.
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>> No. 89471 ID: 2ae388
  Going Six Feet Under - Tapping into Geothermal Energy: Jim Bose at TEDxOStateU
http://youtu.be/yZ4_coLOUkY
Published on Dec 3, 2012
Oklahoma State University Professor Jim Bose is using a device from the 1800s to conserve energy and save residents a lot of money. Bose explains how geothermal heat pumps may cost a little extra to install, but the long-term effects are well worth the conservation and economy stimulation.

In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
>> No. 89480 ID: 2ae388
  >>89448
Nuclear power... has a bad reputation. Even though it is the safest in terms of casualties per kilowatt generated, the waste it produces is the most dangerous. Uranium enrichment facilities and certain breeder nuclear reactors can produce fuel for nuclear bombs causing international crises when belligerent or enemy countries try to build nuclear power plants (Iran, North Korea, etc.). Infamous disasters like Fukushima, Chernobyl, Three Mile Island, etc. really soured popular opinion to nuclear power. But a promising variant of nuclear power is within our grasp that uses a plentiful and cheap metal called thorium that heats a liquid uranium fluoride salt at high temperatures but low pressure in a very safe way and only producing a minuscule amount of low-grade waste (10 year half-life).

Kirk Sorensen discuss "Thorium" at TEDxYYC 2011.
http://youtu.be/N2vzotsvvkw
Kirk Sorensen is founder of Flibe Energy and is an advocate for nuclear energy based on thorium and liquid-fluoride fuels. For five years he has authored the blog "Energy from Thorium" and helped grow an online community of thousands who support a renewed effort to develop thorium as an energy source. He is a 1999 graduate of Georgia Tech in aerospace engineering and is also a graduate student in nuclear engineering at the University of Tennessee. He has spoken publicly on thorium at the Manchester International Forum in 2009, at NASA's Green Energy Forum in 2008, and in several TechTalks at Google. He has been featured in Wired magazine, Machine Design magazine, the Economist, the UK Guardian and Telegraph newspapers, and on Russia Today.

He also taught nuclear engineering at Tennessee Technological University as a guest lecturer. He is active in nonprofit advocacy organizations such as the Thorium Energy Alliance and the International Thorium Energy Organization. He is married and has four small children.
>> No. 89481 ID: 2ae388
  China shows how nuclear energy can be accident proof
http://youtu.be/q5kxa94PE6Y
Published on Aug 23, 2013
With the global spotlight firmly back on the safety of nuclear power, following Japan's Tsunami and the problems at the Fukushima Daiichi plant, China is looking at spearheading efforts to make the industry safer, much safer.

The Chinese are investing millions in research into reactors powered by the element, Thorium - a metal, proponents say, as common as lead, and one, which, despite some concerns, would lead to power plants with fewer safety issues as well as other benefits...

SOUNDBITE: Wang Kan, Tsinghua University Thorium Research Team, (speaking Chinese):

"Thorium-based reactors certainly have advantages. The energy release from Thorium is greater than from Uranium, the by-products from using Thorium are less toxic than from Uranium, and it's much harder to make weapons from those by-products."

Public outcry, following the problems at the Fukushima plant, led to Beijing putting a freeze on approvals for all new nuclear power stations, and safety checks at all 25, currently under construction...

However, with Chinese electricity consumption growing at more than 5% a year, and its current reliance on fossil fuels to generate that, unsustainable, it's unlikely the crisis in Japan will dampen China's thirst for nuclear power...

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>> No. 89482 ID: 2ae388
  Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactors (LFTR): Energy for the Future?
http://youtu.be/nYxlpeJEKmw
Published on Jun 19, 2012
Hank addresses a highly requested topic - liquid fluoride thorium reactors - and tells us how LFTR might be the future of energy in ... China?
>> No. 89486 ID: 2ae388
  I have posted this thorium stuff in other discussions, but I love it. I sincerely hope this is invested in research here in the US.

Motherboard TV: The Thorium Dream (Documentary)
http://youtu.be/GQ9Ll5EX1jc
Uploaded on Nov 10, 2011
Motherboard's 30-minute film on the grassroots movement to make thorium nuclear power a reality. Read more:
http://www.motherboard.tv/2011/11/9/motherboard-tv-the-thorium-dream


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89418 No. 89418 ID: 697c94 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
HAMILTON COUNTY, Ohio - A man who worked in a morgue admitted to having sex with female corpses while at work, federal officials said.

Kenneth Douglas, of Hamilton Co. , Ohio, admitted in court that he sexually abused three corpses while he was drunk or on drugs, but he had sex with up to 100 bodies, he said in a deposition.

"I would just get on top of them and pull my pants down," said Douglas, who worked the night shift at the morgue from 1976 to 1992.

A jury might conclude the former coroner and morgue director failed "recklessly and wantonly" to supervise Douglas, the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Friday in allowing the suit to continue.

The panel cited evidence that Douglas' supervisors were aware he was drinking and also having sex with live women while on the job, WCPO reported .

Douglas' wife testified in a deposition that he reeked of sex when she picked him up from work. She said she called the coroner's office and reported him, but the morgue supervisor told her to stop calling.
The families of the three victims sued the county in 2012.

Douglas, now 60, was convicted of gross abuse of a corpse in the cases of Karen Range, Charlene Appling and April Hicks in 1991 and 1992.

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>>89418

Reminds me of the funeral home scene in Bad Boys 2.

It was somewhat difficult finding a SFW pic of her.
>> No. 89439 ID: bde969
Was I the only one who thought of Sexy Losers after reading this?

>>89419
Oh man, that spoiler text.

BATFE is watching you even harder now.
>> No. 89445 ID: 58a76a
>ohio
We get weird shit here.
>> No. 89446 ID: b1cae3
  Couldn't find the bouncing souls cover :(
>> No. 89460 ID: b1c8a4
  >>89418
Sounds like a black Ed Gein.


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