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108374 No. 108374 ID: 482fe2 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Finns are what you get when some cheap slav whore takes mongol cock in exchange for a few rubles. The science of phrenology was invented to prevent these inbred retarded mutants from mixing with white Europeans
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>> No. 108411 ID: b70387
Okay, then. When were there white aryans?
>> No. 108454 ID: e188a9
Especially if you're "white" and from the South.
>> No. 108521 ID: c64f28
reminder that "master race" is a meaningful phrase made up of words taken at their literal meaning. "master race" is not a colloquialism, if a race has made itself master of another race then it is a master race and the subjugated race is a slave race, that is the origin of the phrase.
in the 1500s the spaniards enslaved dozens of races across three continents and had them dig out all the easily accessible gold and silver for them. thats a master and slave relationship. not all white nations have managed to accomplish something of this nature and those that have not cannot be convincingly said to be part of the white master race. finns are in the slave race category along with germans, huns, romanians, slavs (named as a slav race by their white masters), italians, greeks, swiss, etc.
half the world speaks english, a third speaks spanish, a quarter speaks french and 3% speaks portugese (also mfw dutch guianna), those are your master races, the ones with something on the global scoreboard to point to are the ones who have demonstrated genuine performance. the ones that haven't are all full of excuses and a history of failure. its just like people, but on a larger scale
>> No. 108528 ID: 334c17
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>"master race" is a meaningful phrase made up of words taken at their literal meaning
It's not.

>half the world speaks english, a third speaks spanish, a quarter speaks french
Well then you are contradicting yourself here.

There's no relation to race, or skin colour, or language, or even culture in modern definition of "white". It is just happens so that economic powers are concentrated in the hands of people that are generally more lightly-coloured than average person on this planet, but of course, it wasn't like that through the entire human history.
>> No. 108540 ID: b70387
>Well then you are contradicting yourself here.
People can and do speak multiple languages.

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108434 No. 108434 ID: 0cba3c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Let's try a thread with some positivity.

Title says it all. Trump seems to be doing his damnest to keep his campaign promises despite all opposition. Looking into your personal crystal ball, is there anything (promised or not) that you're expecting and looking forward to?

For me:

>The full repeal of the un-read, passed in dark of night Obamacare Act. It was a shit-show from the get go, and while I'd like it replaced with something workable, I'd rather have nothing than keep the piece of shit.

>Four (8?) years of Dems getting absolutely nowhere on gun control, and I really, REALLY hope the silencer de-regulation and national concealed carry bills get passed.

>Seeing newer, smaller markets emerging in the US to produce things that were formerly made overseas but are less desirable because of tariffs. Not to mention the infrastructure buildup that comes with that. It won't fully blossom for 20 years or so, but we'll see the beginning before the first term ends.

>The likely shitcanning of the F-35 "Boondoggle" Hangar Superiority Fighter and geeking out over whatever its replacement will eventually be. Maybe let the AF keep the A variant if it works, but it should be neat to see what the Marines eventually wind up with. Maybe a Harrier III?

>Seeing my milfag friends actually get to use the VA and not coming out of it with more PTSD than they went in with. VA is SHIT and I think Trump will keep his promise and overhaul the fuck out of it.
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Gun prices going down, especially on parts kits and the like. I've been wanting to build a AR and AK for awhile now just to say I did but it seemed like anytime I was ready to pull the trigger prices shot up massively because Johnny Schoolshooter decided to kill some fucks.

Obamneycare replaced with something that doesn't suck ass and charge you for the privildge. Just reform of our health care system in general, both for civilians and military. Maybe we don't need commie universal healthcare but I damn sure know we don't need to have people bankrupt because of medical care and veterans and civilians dying from easily treatable conditions and a lack of mental health services.

Angry liberals and conservatives. Trump is a maverick and will do what he wants. He's already got liberals acting like 08 conservatives and I'm fairly sure he's already starting to piss off conservatives with him renewing gay protections for federal contractors and planning on fucking with H1B visas. Maybe he won't do everything I want or even close but he'll have done his job if he pisses off both sides enough to get a clue and stop being shitbags. Also anything that makes Chucklefuck Schumer cry makes me goddamn happy.

Europe continuing to have problems with immigrants while whining about our quite reasonable want to take things slow.

And finally more Ivanka.
>> No. 108444 ID: b70387
>silencer de-regulation
Maybe they'll get rid of SBS, SBR, and AOW regulations while they're at it. They are arbitrary and pointless.

Trump is already pushing Mitch McConnell to scrap the filibuster, if he can't get what he wants.

Harry Reid thinks it was a matter of time.
>Reid predicted that the 60-vote filibuster threshold for legislation and for Supreme Court nominees will ultimately disappear altogether — calling it a natural evolution of the chamber.
>> No. 108479 ID: 8a2fe4
No president has been completely and totally bad. I like the ban on lobbying he's placed on his staff. As I've said before, I like his Sec Def pick. I hope that with his promises to the blue collar working class, we'll see some more Workforce Investment Act funding to get people retrained and working again and offer young adults viable alternatives to college.
>> No. 108491 ID: 9723b1
That image is funny lol.
>donald trumps words are not policy proposals
Now they complain about him doing EVERYTHING HE PROMISED within days of entering office.
>> No. 108494 ID: 71ae68
Well they expected him to do like any other president and roll over like a dog, break all his campaign promises like Obama did. Its extremely shocking Trump is actually doing what he said he'd do.

I think its incredibly funny in a horrible sort of way. Shows how dysfunctional our political system is when someone actually doing what they said they are going to do is so goddamn out of the ordinary.

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108225 No. 108225 ID: f13f5f Locked hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
so has this site finally evolved to being a left-lolbergtarian site thanks to the mods never banning namefags like clio? i havent been on here since like 2013.

serv should've stayed admin. at least back then the board wasn't a left-wing namefag circlejerk
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>> No. 108455 ID: b70387
How could anyone here post as if with an air-horn? Her posts can be ignored as easily as anyone else's.
>> No. 108456 ID: 71ae68
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I don't think Clio and atleast some like dece really did intentional harm. Clio discusses shit and it pisses some people off, in that case it is other users behavior that needs rather then hers.

Don't get me wrong, some most certainly do contribute nothing but negative and they should be banned hard (still say they should give me mod privileges, I might abuse them but I also abuse the fuck out of shitposters like they are one of my kids backtalking me). Thats why I'm honestly hoping some more mods and maybe some janitors if the powers that be think they would help. More mods to help police shitposters would be a good thing.

But just disagreement is not shitposting, even vehement disagreement. You and I had a massive disagreement over the Bundy shit but after I realized I should not transfer my disgust with Bundy to you because you support him. I definitely disagreed on him but I could respect your position because I respect you, because you put forward a logical argument for your support (though in retrospect I think you were more supporting the militias defending Bundy's welfare ass then Bundy's ass itself).

I don't think you respect Clio though, hence your lack of respect for her positions and her even being on this site. With good reason I suppose, its entirely possible she acted catty or something to breed that dislike or where you never saw eye to eye or something else, only history knows and he's not talking. But your lack of respect for her blinded you to whether she is really contributing or not. I think she does even if I rarely agree with it though I also say the same thing anytime someone says the 1911 is anything but perfect and FN is the greatest firearm brand in the modern world but only because Colt sucks these days. Also thats not an opinion, thats entirely factual.

Whatever else though Clio is certainly.....well she is divisive to put it in the most charitable terms. She is not alone however. Someone being divisive is no reason to remove them, even if its causes wedges in a community. I think, personal opinion, the real test of a online community is how well it can overcome and even embrace wedges. To many failing communities turn into stagnant shitholes by doing away with wedges, by being unwilling to leave their comfort zone and engage against people who hold a difference of opinion.

I think that has been our strength is our willingness to embrace diversity. Christian conservatives and ladyboy loving deviants, right wing, left wing, libertarian, Northern Yankees and Southern Gentlemen and people from West Virginia who are better then both, Europeons, Russians, Iranians, where ever the hell Broseph is from, full on gun nuts, people okay with some limits, even the occasional anti-gunner who
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>> No. 108457 ID: cce514
And then he annoyed the gamergaters so much they doxed him and he had a breakdown and outed himself as a FBI informant. So it turned all the "militia members should murder the families of police officers and military servicemen!" was the usual "FBI foils domestic terror plot it created" tricks and traps.
>> No. 108465 ID: 632b3e
All metadiscussion to the state of the chan thread, please.
>> No. 108473 ID: b70387
Feel free to explain what actually happened, Acid.

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  I feel that liberals and the democrats are doing irreparable damage to themselves right now. I don't want to be a doomsayer and even I thought that their bitching was the usual sore loser talk. But you have people applauding the assault of people they disagree with politically. The media and democrats take the side of BLM and will go to any lengths to defend them, they go on national TV and blame Hillary losing on a whitelash and then go on for months insulting half the country, at a DNC meeting one of the women proudly said that her job is to shut white people up and to actively discourage them from running for office. The Left is making the republicans look like the party of inclusion.

Am I the only one who sees how fucking stupid they're being? How it seems like they want to alienate even more people? Do they honestly think they'll with any seats in places like Montana, Missouri, Indiana, North Dakota and West Virginia by insulting white people? by telling them they're being replaced and that they should just fucking deal with it? That they're fucking retarded for thinking about their jobs instead of abortions?

Are they really that fucking deluded?
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>> No. 108418 ID: d0041a
Its been this way since the election started heating up.
Now there are Clio's everywhere
>> No. 108420 ID: 9723b1
There's a dozen of them, even some Bellingcat shills, and they make 90% of the posts here. Site is hijacked bro, it's not even about guns anymore.
>> No. 108421 ID: e188a9
>waaah waaah why won't you believe that Poland did Gleiwitz?

Proof is in the pudding bucko. If Russia dindoo nuffin then why haven't they been able to present any evidence that isn't easily disproved by a minimal amount of investigative journalism?
>> No. 108423 ID: 9723b1
What? Who cares what Poland did?

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108150 No. 108150 ID: 632b3e Locked hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
Due to a spike in shitty spam and mod laziness, I've added senseless to the moderation staff.

Thank you for volunteering, and may god have mercy on your soul.
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>> No. 108388 ID: 9dcda2
Help! I'm Being Repressed! (Short Version)
>> No. 108394 ID: 3b6910
Now did:
- He shitalk to you about this in IRC
- You just decide yourself "i dont want to get banned by this prick, better defend him"?
- The bandwagon thing take off because Jedi is useless?

Because there's no way you jumped in a thread, read the whole thing, and decided that frivolously banning people for DISAGREEING with a mod is a good thing. I refuse to believe you're that subhuman.
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> I refuse to believe you're that subhuman.

You're talking about the rules, >>108189 yet you call someone "subhuman"?

> 9. Follow the common rules of (n)etiquette. Poking fun at someone is allowed, but excessively malicious comments will not be tolerated.

> read the whole thing

Fuck no I didn't. I see your bullshit and skip right over it. I believe you should have been banned long ago. And the ban reason should have been "For being an annoying asshole". I'm not on IRC talking to the mods. I'm not on any bandwagon. I'm not part of some conspiracy against you.

I've come to my own conclusion that you are an annoying asshole.

I've been on this site since 2010 (afaik) and contribute money to it's continued operation. Someone said it right, this is our little VFW post on the internet.
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>> No. 108409 ID: 3b6910
I specifically didn't call you that.

>> No. 108467 ID: 632b3e
All metadiscussion to the state of the chan thread, please.

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108378 No. 108378 ID: 4f5d9f hide watch quickreply [Reply]
By George F. Will Opinion writer

In 2013, a college student assigned to research a deadly substance sought help via Twitter: “I can’t find the chemical and physical properties of sarin gas someone please help me.” An expert at a security consulting firm tried to be helpful, telling her that sarin is not gas. She replied, “yes the [expletive] it is a gas you ignorant [expletive]. sarin is a liquid & can evaporate . . . shut the [expletive] up.”

Tom Nichols, professor at the U.S. Naval War College and the Harvard Extension School, writing in the Chronicle Review, says such a “storm of outraged ego” is an increasingly common phenomenon among students who, having been taught to regard themselves as peers of their teachers, “take correction as an insult.” Nichols relates this to myriad intellectual viruses thriving in academia. Carried by undereducated graduates, these viruses infect the nation’s civic culture.

Soon the results include the presidential megaphone being used to amplify facially preposterous assertions, e.g., that upward of 5 million illegal votes were cast in 2016. A presidential minion thinks this assertion is justified because it is the president’s “long-standing belief.”

“College, in an earlier time,” Nichols writes, “was supposed to be an uncomfortable experience because growth is always a challenge,” replacing youthful simplicities with adult complexities. Today, college involves the “pampering of students as customers,” particularly by grade inflation in a context of declining academic rigor: Nichols cited a recent study that showed A to be the most commonly awarded grade, 30 percent more frequent than in 1960. And a 2011 University of Chicago study found that 45 percent of students said that in the previous semester none of their courses required more than 20 pages of writing and 32 percent had no class that required more than 40 pages of reading in a week.

“Unearned praise and hollow successes,” Nichols writes , “build a fragile arrogance in students that can lead them to lash out at the first teacher or employer who dispels that illusion, a habit that carries over into a resistance to believe anything inconvenient or challenging in adulthood.” A habit no doubt intensified when adults in high places speak breezily of “alternative facts.”

“Rather than disabuse students of their intellectual solipsism,” Nichols writes, “the modern university reinforces it,” producing students given to “taking offense at everything while believing anything.” Many colleges and universities, competing for tuition dollars “too often drawn thoughtlessly from an inexhaustible well of loans,” market a “college experience” rather than an education. The experience “turns into five and, increasingly, six [years].” Nichols notes that “the fragility of 21st-century students” results from “the swa
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108339 No. 108339 ID: 743e21 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
(an example of the fine starting points I am giving you guys)

so i saw gunboardpedia.com finally was available after years of being owned by cybersquatting pajeets hoping to get over $9000 for it

this was the greatest back in the day

in 2009 it was THE encyclopediadramatica for gun forums until the owners vanished / were v&

i am starting it myself but i don't have any of the content

so you guys need to come help create it

i am specifically requesting an article on the rich kid who came to /k/ and posted his dad's guns / dads money's guns and then didn't get his ass licked enough so he then went to that TFL blog and advocated for further NFA restrictions

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>> No. 108340 ID: 632b3e
Moved to /t/,

Sounds like a good project, let us know how we can help
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>until the owners vanished / were v&

stop spinning tales kiddo, OD/b/ committed suicide with extreme prejudice in an heroic fashion. his final emails and IRC posts stated that he did it specifically to spite newfags like you.

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108222 No. 108222 ID: 8fb392 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Now that the individual mandate for health insurance has been canceled, do you plan to drop your coverage?

Me no, I get mine for free because I worked for the government.
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>> No. 108348 ID: d4c8ee
>Am I paranoid?

No. Lake Mead will likely be empty by 2021.

As I've said before when climate change has come up, water wars will be the next major points of conflict this century. By 2023 pretty much every state in the Union is going to be experiencing California style water restrictions.
>> No. 108349 ID: ae1f02
>tfw I live on one of the largest aquifers in the entire world
Great lake area you fucks. Just hope all of the water war refugees die before they get here
>> No. 108350 ID: 761cf0
>There is a 50 percent chance Lake Mead will run dry by 2021 and a 10 percent chance it will run out of usable water by 2014
>run out of usable water by 2014

When the fuck was this posted? Oh, February 2008.
>9 year old article
>> No. 108351 ID: b70387
>Am I paranoid?

>There is a 30% chance that Lake Mead could drop below 1,020 feet by 2020. If a "megadrought" like the one that affected the southwest during medieval times occurs, Lake Mead would become largely unusable by 2040. Hoover Dam will cease generating electricity once the water level falls below 950 feet and the lake will stabilize at a level of 895 feet (273 m) when the water reaches the lowest water outlet of the dam. In order to ensure that the city of Las Vegas will continue to be able to draw its drinking water from Lake Mead, nearly $1.5 billion was spent on building a new water intake tunnel in the middle of the lake at the elevation of 860 feet. The 3-mile tunnel took seven years to build under the lake and was put into operation in late 2015.

They basically made sure that even if the world ends, Las Vegas will still have water.
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Are you buying in a city suburb or a countryside homestead?

Most of that side of the continent is actually artificially greened by irrigation, this artificial greening happened to boost agriculture and kill millions of species. The entire west coast should all be desert, savanna or chaparral.

Lake Mead itself is not a lake, it's an artificial reservoir created by the Hoover dam. Water levels are controlled with the push of a button. You can buy there, as long as you realize your entire environment is basically artificial, and completely at the whim of the next government.

Generally when buying a homestead especially with your kids in mind you should do it someplace more stable than next to a dam reservoir or in a shitty state like Cali. Look at states that export natural resources, like Alaska, and make your home there. Or you can buy in a city and just teach your kids how to survive on the real estate market.

The fuck? Lake Mead isn't decreasing because of climate change, it's decreasing because more power is required out of the dam, which necessitates more water be let through it. Decrease the power requirements and the water level will rise dramatically.

>water wars
Except we can use our nuclear power plants to desalinate more fresh water than America can even use.

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I hope the first person who stopped to help was driving a Kia Spectra or something.
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>murder clip owned

why aren't these things illegal? what about the tits, won't somebody please think of the tits?
>> No. 108146 ID: c11034
>lift, most likely without appropriate steering correction modifications
>wide tires
>chunky lug AT tires
>probably no weight in bed
>probably 4x4 making weight balance even worse

Surprised he didn't wreck on a dry summer day.

For the winter I run studded snow tires on a set of steelies with about 500lbs of ballast just ever so slightly forward of the rear axle (look at your truck's MFG loading diagram for where you should put it for minimal effect on steering). I live in the mountains and we got ~8in a few weeks ago. Got around just fine in my 2007 Ram 1500 2wd v6 6spd manual.

I am thinking of investing in some new and "name" brand tire chains for next year and even upgrading to a torque sensing/biasing diff (torsen type, DD makes them for my platform) that way I don't have to gun it up the long and steep inclines around my house.

PPL south of the Mason-Dixon please learn how to drive in bad weather. You drive New Englanders like me nuts at how fucking bad you all are.
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108043 No. 108043 ID: f66385 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
>The United Nations has such great potential but right now it is just a club for people to get together, talk and have a good time. So sad!


my face
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>> No. 108095 ID: 70d38f
Have you ever tried to dream about world domination and forgot to stop?

>because A bombs prevent
Though you do realize they are not yours.

>Not because of the fucking UN.
A-bombs are the reason. UN is the mechanism, since the reason is not sufficient for the most people to rely on.
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Nah man this is the mechanism.
>> No. 108098 ID: 70d38f
I was referring to a bureaucracy.

>can we press this button
>no, we are not authorized
>naah I'm so bored of my job
>but I am authorized to shoot you if you try
>> No. 108117 ID: a4edf6
t. Stirner
>> No. 108118 ID: 0064e9
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Thank you!
I was waiting for someone to reference nihilist philosopher, Max Stirner.
Johann Kaspar Schmidt (October 25, 1806 – June 26, 1856), better known as Max Stirner, was a German philosopher. He is often seen as one of the forerunners of nihilism, existentialism, psychoanalytic theory, postmodernism, and anarchism, especially of individualist anarchism.
Stirner proposes that most commonly accepted social institutions – including the notion of State, property as a right, natural rights in general, and the very notion of society – were mere illusions, "spooks" or ghosts in the mind.
He advocated egoism and a form of amoralism, in which individuals would unite in 'unions of egoists' only when it was in their self-interest to do so. For him, property simply comes about through might: "Whoever knows how to take, to defend, the thing, to him belongs property." And, "What I have in my power, that is my own. So long as I assert myself as holder, I am the proprietor of the thing." He says, "I do not step shyly back from your property, but look upon it always as my property, in which I respect nothing. Pray do the like with what you call my property!" Stirner considers the world and everything in it, including other persons, available to one's taking or use without moral constraint – that rights do not exist in regard to objects and people at all. He sees no rationality in taking the interests of others into account unless doing so furthers one's self-interest, which he believes is the only legitimate reason for acting. He denies society as being an actual entity, calling society a "spook" and that "the individuals are its reality" (The Ego and Its Own).

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