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105735 No. 105735 ID: 275023 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
(CNN)Hillary Clinton clinched the Democratic presidential nomination Monday and the presidential in November and the reelection in November of 2020 according to CNN's delegate and superdelegate count, and will become the first woman in the 240-year history of the United States to lead the country for two consecutive term in the White House. Serving back to back with Barrack Obama the Democrats will have held onto the Oval Office for 4 consecutive terms, a feat not accomplished since the Hoover administration collapsed, starting the great depression.

A strong showing in Puerto Rico's Democratic primary on Sunday and additional support from superdelegates put Clinton, 68, over the top to become the presumptive nominee. She has secured 1,812 pledged delegates and 572 superdelegates for a total of 2,384 delegates -- one more than needed for the nomination.
Clinton's delegate count will grow Tuesday when six states, including delegate-rich California and New Jersey, hold contests. Speaking in Long Beach, California, on Monday, Clinton said she was still focused on the states where voters head to the polls Tuesday.
"We are on the brink of a historic, historic unprecedented moment but we still have work to do, don't we?" she said. "I absolutely and unequivocally promise to take ur gunz, every last one - and I'm taking ur fukken bullets too."
After three decades at the center of American politics as a pioneering -- and deeply centrist -- conformist icon without a drop of leadership in her poll driven bloodstream, the victory brings Clinton within reach of finally cracking the "highest, hardest glass ceiling" she lamented eight years ago when she conceded the Democratic race to Barack Obama. The former first lady, senator from New York and secretary of state will officially become the Democratic nominee at next month's convention and will face presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump in a general election battle that is already shaping up as one of the nastiest campaigns in modern U.S. history.

Clinton has pounced on Trump's business record, character and tendency to use his platform to wage personal grudge matches to try to define him early on in the minds of voters as unfit for the presidency. Trump, for his part, is aiming to portray Clinton as a consistent liar who can't be trusted.
Clinton on Trump: No one will be spared from his insults
Though Clinton already has Trump in her sights, she has work to do in her own party, and has pledged to unite Democrats after a grueling nominating battle against Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. The self-declared democratic socialist confounded expectations that he was little more than a fringe candidate and mounted his own crusade against the political establishment that electrified the party's progressive base. He goes into the final Super Tuesday contest of the campaign this week vow
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>> No. 105737 ID: ce2b82
  CNN Ignored DNC's Request To Not Count Superdelegates Before They Vote
Published on Jun 6, 2016 https://youtu.be/BO90pXeoMao
Cenk was recently on CNN’s “Reliable Sources” to argue that networks shouldn’t include superdelegates in their official totals until after they vote. Another person made the same exact same point on CNN a month prior: Luis Miranda, Communications Director of the DNC. Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, breaks it down.
"And Wasserman Schultz has been clear, as evident from the video above, that the national news media must stop tallying and reporting “super-delegates”immediately.
“The way the media is reporting this is incorrect,” Wasserman Schultz told Rachel Maddow of MSNBC on February 20th. “There are not pledged delegates — or ‘super-delegates’ — earned at any of these caucus contests.”
She went on to note that super-delegates are “free to decide [who to vote for] anytime up until July,” and can change their mind at any time — one reason they can’t be reported as being conclusively attached to any particular candidate. “So combining them [the voted-on or ‘earned’ delegates and the super-delegates] at each phase of this contest is not an accurate picture of how this works,” she said.
“It’s really important to report these [super-delegates] in a completely different way,” she added, in the event her repeated admonitions on the topic had been unclear.
Yet the morning after Super Tuesday, CNN ran the inaccurate graphic below as a splash headline at the top of its homepage…”*
Read more here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/seth-abramson/the-national-media-has-be_b_9364170.html
>> No. 105742 ID: ad8094
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105742
This delegate tracker has the cutest graphics also the avatar are animated.

http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/ng-interactive/2016/mar/25/us-election-2016-delegate-tracker-trump-cruz-kasich-sanders-clinton

> Even if the superdelagates say they are voting for a specific candidate before nomination, they are not bound by any promises and are free to vote for whoever they choose at nomination.

If Bernie wins big in most of the states today he would have more reason to take the super delegates.
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>>105742
Updated status after the last super Tuesday
>> No. 105761 ID: 82a3e8
  >>105736
#FeeltheJohnson
>> No. 105769 ID: 1807a4
>clinton wins
>according to clinton news network
tell me more i need to know


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105457 No. 105457 ID: f49edb hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
It's going to be about that time pretty soon. I've been talking with Mammoth and sent an email out to Romanov for ideas for this year's donation drive, tentatively scheduled for July through August.

What kind of prize would motivate you to give opchan money?

Anyone else interested in helping out or donating stuff for prizes let me know.
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>> No. 105740 ID: 585ca5
>>105739
As long as the change is fairly transparent to the users (I really like having the hide thread and quick reply buttons) I don't really care what software is running behind the scenes.

Also, what's running on the test server right now?
>> No. 105741 ID: 52e1ea
>>105740

Test server is currently pretty close to the production site
>> No. 105744 ID: 0dcdc8
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105744
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_Internet_forum_software
>> No. 105755 ID: de0bec
>>105744
https://www.facebook.com
>> No. 105760 ID: 0dcdc8
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>>105755
>>105755
https://www.facebook.com/terms
https://www.facebook.com/notes/andy-rouse-photography/facebook-picture-rights/270204724175/

Internet forums and Facebook


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105505 No. 105505 ID: 947d3d hide watch quickreply [Reply]
I recently heard about a race of small humans in the jungles of vietnam that attack and cannibalize regular sized people. Using simple tools and weapons. They supposedly lived a long time ago alongside people, but there's still sightings and encounters.

Any one else seen something about this? Sounds like a good trip, go hunt pygmy cannibals in the deep bush.. Getting poisoned and stung by all sorts of shit.
>> No. 105512 ID: ee4c26
  >>105505
The jungles of Norther Vietnam & Laos are the most frequent location where new species of large (over 1kg adult weight) mammals live. Its a kind of a rare event these days. Of course if you want to go where there are known jungle cannibals the there are some inner mountain ranges in New Guinea and if you want to head out to the south eastern Fiji area they'll have you over to dinner if you get a local to help you with etiquette. You have to figure out what makes them hunt you first, then do that before you start hunting them otherwise its unsporting.
>> No. 105618 ID: f87148
I had a dream not too long ago about myself and a few others (I think a couple of them were Payback, actually, though I'm not sure) running a sailing yacht aground on Sentinel Island.

Good fucking times :3
>> No. 105727 ID: 6fea74
Tchao-Tchao spotted. Contacting A Cell for a night at the opera.


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105688 No. 105688 ID: 649f2c hide watch quickreply [Reply]
>you mad virgins

Campus sexual assault scandals have practically become routine. The most recent one to make the news led to the firing of the head football coach at Baylor University and the resignation of its president. A new study, published this week in the journal Violence Against Women, suggests that sexual assault by college men is an even more widespread problem than the scandals imply.

In an online survey about sexual activity and attitudes, more than half the men who played an intramural or intercollegiate sport reported coercing a partner into sex. Of the sexually coercive behaviors listed on the survey, including "I used threats to make my partner have oral or anal sex," almost all met the legal definition of rape.

A total of 379 male undergraduates from a single large, public, Division I university in the Southeast volunteered to take the online survey. Of that total, 159 were members of recreational, or club, sports teams; 29 were intercollegiate athletes; and 191 were non-athletes. Having to rely on subjects from only one institution was an unavoidable limitation of the research, according to the scientists.

[1 in 5 female undergraduates said they were victims of sexual assault or misconduct in 2015]

Prior research has indicated an outsize proportion of sexual violence cases on campus are committed by intercollegiate athletes. This new survey examined the previously unexplored population of intramural athletes, those who play recreationally and are the largest group of undergraduate athletes nationwide, and found that the risk factor for those club athletes was not significantly different from that of intercollegiate athletes.

"I actually was surprised," said lead author Belinda-Rose Young, who acknowledged that many scientists think intercollegiate athletes are at greater risk because they tend to be isolated from much of the rest of the university community.

"That leads to sexual violence," she said, "because of the closed environment. They are in separate dorms, separate classes ... and there's that constant reiteration of male superiority and athletes who are rewarded for being aggressive. That’s the reality. But we saw that that attitude is just a part of the general sporting environment."
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•Over 50% of college athletes are rapists
•Over 50% of college athletes are niggers
>> No. 105715 ID: e52ae7
Pretty sure I'm not the only athlete on OPchan.
And if I recall, while the pussy was plentiful, the flow did not even come close to the volume of available ass.

Was this troll post tailored to wizardchan?

>Campus sexual assault SENSATIONALIST LIES have practically become routine.
Fixed that for you, thank me later.


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105515 No. 105515 ID: c05e32 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Thinking about the current refugee crisis abroad got me thinking about a time in our own nation's history when we took in a massive wave of war refugees. Other than the fall of Saigon and some of the horrors the boat people faced on their voyage, I'm almost completely ignorant of the trials and tribulations of America's Vietnamese immigrants. I know the result: we've gained a demographic known for their industriousness, small business acumen, and the best sandwiches of any culture on earth (a delicious, filling lunch for $3.75, are you fucking kidding me!?). But I don't know their struggle was or what measures we took to accommodate them. Are there any parallels to current events or lessons that can be learned and applied?
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>> No. 105639 ID: 9dc901
>>105576

It's unrealistic to expect ethnic cleansing. I think the more real possibility is to expect more Breivik attacks as people get fed the fuck up.

Along with the current shitlam attacks, maybe at an increased pace.

Couple it with more restrictions from governments as they try to clamp down in all the wrong places and you get a not very enjoyable future for Europe.

For your scenario to unfold we'd need an extreme case such as an economic crisis that doesn't resolve for a long while (and I mean a real economic crisis, not the 2008 type). Then civil wars and maybe some totalitarian regimes.
>> No. 105643 ID: f87148
>>105639

You're probably right, bearing in mind the collective character of the contemporary European; but hey, a girl can dream, right? And, in any event, I was merely postulating a workable and sensible course of action, rather than communicating my expectations of what will actually occur.
>> No. 105684 ID: 9a6cc4
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>>105639

The more realistic scenario, I think, is that the system will either work or devolve.

If it works, the public will get fed up to the point where hard-right regimes will be elected on a platform of getting rid of the refugees. Mass deportation, essentially. If the regimes choose to fight this for the sake of political ideology, as in by repression or, more likely, by granting the refugees voting rights in order to prevent the election of an anti-refugee regime, the situation will devolve. Likely into violence. I think in even the best case, we're going to see a lot of Europe break down into a sort of "Northern Ireland during the Troubles" sort of fight, where the two sides fight it out in the streets on a day to day basis while the governments try to keep the violence contained by clamping down on personal freedom.

Shit's gonna be bad.
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105701
Not supporting Islamic terrorism is Russophobic.
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>>105701


No. 105606 ID: 254d85 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  So anybody watch the Libertarian presidential debate?
http://www.c-span.org/video/?409916-1/libertarian-party-holds-presidential-debate

>"You shouldn't be able to sell heroin to a five year old."
>[sporadic booing from audience]
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>> No. 105628 ID: 8be205
>>105627
>that ANY government is terrible,

See, that's anarchism. Dislike of official, organized government. Thats not libertarianism.

A lot of the definition of political stances and parties shit revolves around small fine-toothed-comb government method details and where a national governing body's social responsibilities to the citizenry begin and end. And I side with libertarians, the government should not nanny and care for it's citizens; that's your own fucking job.

Sadly, the welfare state has become too entrenched to remove in any double-term limit libertarians have decades of work to push through congress in order to unfuck the whole social nanny system the democrats have fucking sledgehammered into place in American society.
>> No. 105629 ID: 90a126
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105629
>>105628
>See, that's anarchism. Dislike of official, organized government. Thats not libertarianism.

It is part of it though. Even basic libertarianism wants government as small and ineffectual as possible. Libertarian anarchism wants no government at all. See stuff like anarcho capitalism...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anarcho-capitalism

>the government should not nanny and care for it's citizens; that's your own fucking job

The government should not nanny citizens but I disagree with caring for them when needed. A society that cannot care for it most vulnerable and needy citizens is a society doomed to social unrest, abuse of power, human rights abuses, and probable collapse.

Allowing people to care for themselves when they cannot care for themselves through whatever circumstances will result in people attempting to care for themselves by become true parasites. A person who cannot find a job, cannot support their family will turn to crime, an old person who has no money to live through their twilight years will either die quietly and badly or go out as dramatically as possible, the mentally impaired with no social safety net will be extreme dangers to themselves and others.

Helping them not be so desperate, not be willing to kill and die for food and money, is a net positive for society.
>> No. 105630 ID: 53e7c0
Actually one of the precepts of democracy (that's the concept, not the political party) is that government *is bad*, and is not a friend of the people. It's a necessary evil to live in a modern society.

In the true "textbook" model, the free market economy and the government are essentially 2 faces of a coin. The government's job is only to intrude upon the market when there are problems that can't be managed by the market alone.

That being said, even John Adams wrote at length on the "Tyranny of the Majority" and specific safeguards were put into place to counter that, and tribal mentality, mob rule, etc.

Anyway, real talk, no the stuff about "Apriori-stic Equality" is crap, populism, entitlements and corruption have eroded and severely undermined democracy in the US, and the very size, scope, and bureaucratic nature of government work against democracy.

Pure democracy is logistically unsound.
It assumes an educated, involved electorate. W're getting a voter turnout rate in the 30s in off year elections.

It also assumes that: If every voter prefers alternative X over alternative Y, then the group prefers X over Y.
AND: If every voter’s preference between X and Y remains unchanged, then the group’s preference between X and Y will also remain unchanged.

Democracy isn't perfect, even in the Framer's minds, but it was preferable to any other form of government.
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>> No. 105683 ID: 9a6cc4
>>105621

This is the case with a lot of people I know.

Libertarianism has been kept to the fringes of American politics for so long that they bred their own small stock of fundamentalist. Absolutist Libertarians - basically the equivalent of the Democratic Party's SJW wing.

Libertarianism, taken in moderation, would probably be the most ideal form of government from a freedom standpoint. But the key word is moderation.
>> No. 105689 ID: f49edb
https://popehat.com/2016/06/02/libertarianism-as-ten-questions-rather-than-ten-answers/


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105624 No. 105624 ID: 5e8be9 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
So I logged onto eBenefits today to check on my BDD claim. I haven't gotten anything in the mail yet but according to the site my claim is processed and I'm rated 70% disabled. Basically that is ~1300 a month until it is time for me to be reevaluated by the VA and such.

I'm pretty happy actually. My right ankle is fucked. It hurts all the time and I walk with a kinda shamblely limp because walking normal frankly hurts way too damn much. Only way to fix it is some not so minor surgery that would pull me out of the work force for way too long and may not fully fix it.

Now I doubt it was just my ankle that gave me the combined rating of 70%. My hearing loss was just shy of profound, my back is so messed up my last few months in I got med-downed (basically even if I had reenlisted the chances of me flying again were low), and I have some significant sleep problems from spending so much time yo-yoing my sleep schedule (~2 years of not being consistently on the same shift for longer than a week, 12-on/12-off 6 days a week for >1year, meeting the flight schedule, etc.). But I wasn't expecting this.

I feel pretty guilty. Like I'm fucked up but I'm still holding down a full time job. So long as I pop a few naproxen in the morning I can get through the day even if I have to move a whole bunch of vinyl rolls. On bad days I smoke a bowl and chill in my recliner right after work. Not the best life but I'm functional. I know guys who had to appeal just to get 20-30% who are so physically fucked up they straight up can't do labor work anymore. I feel like I'm getting more than I deserve here...
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>> No. 105636 ID: 5e8be9
>>105635
Already started classes this 10 week summer semester. Glad I did the paperwork for using it before I got out. Took forever to get everything in line.

My big life thing right now is buying a home. Being a home owner is the SW of Virginia is way cheaper than renting unless you're cool with having 2-3 roommates.
>> No. 105638 ID: e517e3
>>105632
>better than being addicted to muscle relaxers

Do you mind me asking if/what you're prescribed? Might be worth looking into a lower (250mg - 350mg seems to be the standard or average) dose prescription of Carisoprodol (commonly known as "Soma").

It's a skeletal muscle relaxer and particularly helpful for those with joint/muscle pain. It gets a bad rap by some docs and by the FDA/DEA. A lot of that has to due with the age of the drug (it's old as hell, been around since the early 1950s), people popping high dosage pills like candy for decades on end, and Vicodin/Percocet junkies using it in combination to snort it to "enhance" their "high." So some docs don't like prescribing it, hence further labeling it. It's actually not that addictive chemically (taken alone), especially considering its effectiveness. It's also not a narcotic.

It does have some complications with opioids, but opioids themselves can have complications on their own anyways. I've taken it as a supplement for about ~10 years now. For anyone with joint pains, it's a blessing. There have been days where I've barely been able to walk because of my knee fucking up and taking a single 350mg pill will keep me going for the rest of the day and into the night. I can't even fathom how someone could not be in sanity-crippling pain and have to take three of those same fucking pills a day.

Best muscle relaxer I've ever taken. Does the job when Naproxen can't. Works better (for me) than even the opioids I've been prescribed in the past and doesn't hit me nearly as hard as they do.
>> No. 105640 ID: 5e8be9
>>105638
I don't have anymore but whatever it was it was one hell of a good time. Like too good of a time. And I couldn't take it during the work week. Shit fucked me up good and made me barely functional. Got a funny story about being too high to get out of my chair at work (squadron) but still directing the shop since I was the Desk Sergeant. Actually got a lot done that night.

Really helped my back (which is fucked up due to my limp and flying) but did fuck all for my ankle. Really I have yet to take something that actually helped the ankle pain. I've just gotten used to it. Like even if I'm high I can still feel it but I just care much less about it.
>> No. 105650 ID: e517e3
>>105640
That's the thing I like about Carisoprodol. It does it's job, but doesn't put you in a haze, unless you do so on an empty stomach. When I take one, I just take it alongside breakfast and a large cup of coffee. You can tell you're "medicated" as in something is affecting you, but it's subdued in the way like caffeine is. It's merely in the background. It's not like being drunk or high, thankfully.

It's difficult to describe how well it works. Back and neck pain which was debilitated instead feels like you just had an adjustment or snapped your neck back into place. Sometimes I think 350mg isn't even necessary. A lower dosage might be just right, especially if it's a regular medication thing.
>> No. 105671 ID: 5e8be9
Got the letter from the VA today...was surprised...

10% for tinnitus, but nothing for hearing loss
70% for insomnia - not that they talked about insomnia in the explanation much. They (QTC examiner) seem to think I'm violent/anti-social/paranoid. I always saw my self as a less violent Marine though.

Denied for everything else, they noted I was treated for my ankle and back but that they weren't bad enough for a rating. I'm guessing this is because I was still downplaying how much pain I was in when this claim got filed. I didn't get taken off of flight orders and start PT for my back until January. Basically waited until I got winged before I finally really bitched.
Not sure if it is worth the frustration but I'm gonna try to find a VSO and file an appeal. Not because I want more $$$$ (I'm already getting way more than I think I really deserve) but because they denied things that really bother me and that I was seeing a doc for.

Funny the thing is that what isn't well documented in my medical records is the thing they drop 70% on. If I ever got diagnosed with insomnia while I was flying it would have been an instant med down with me probably coming off of orders entirely. Even at the QTC appointment about it I downplayed my sleep problems just in case it could have possibly made it back to my flight doc.


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105514 No. 105514 ID: e9c0bd hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
so is getting a double feed a common problem with the scar?


also discus video by vice...... because i hate militias i would much rather see community organization groups like the VFW or the Lyons club, something with the similar ideals that militias tend to talk about to news cameras without the element of disorganization, fear , and general fuckery or stupidity.


however i think Tatar 21 summed it up best in the comments with "This guy is such a little bitch" also the congressman at the end fucking terrifys me, he definitely doesn't have an agenda or is stuck with his own small view of what this nation is and how its people act.


https://youtu.be/lU9THDZ2S5k - <the video407
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>> No. 105613 ID: 79b400
>>105611
>>105612
That's what happened? Shit.

They used to be my favorite news source, they would just report on things with no opinion thrown it. It was incredibly interesting to watch, especially when they would focus on socially taboo subjects.

Then I started seeing opinion pieces and other political shit thrown into the mix and it made it unbearable to watch.

I miss old Vice...

We should copyright "Old Vice", have Terry Crews market it, and just have an unbiased news agency for once. We'd have Terry Crews travel to exotic lands and hot zones and just scream "explosions! Coming at you from Old Vice!"
>> No. 105617 ID: f87148
>>105613

FUND IT
>> No. 105619 ID: a569d7
>>105617
>I'm ignoring you so much I'm making a special post just to make sure you know I'm ignoring you
>> No. 105620 ID: f87148
>>105619

>Clio

Discarded.
>> No. 105623 ID: 037541
>>105613
>>105617
They'd probably sue you for trademark infringement. Like they are doing for the unsigned band ViceVersa because it's name is 'likely to confuse consumers.'

http://www.aux.tv/2016/04/vice-bullying-unsigned-band-viceversa-into-name-change/


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105601 No. 105601 ID: df12a0 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
http://www.nbcnews.com/nightly-news/video/1-million-will-buy-you-an-entire-west-virginia-town-693774915953
>> No. 105603 ID: 028b36
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> Anyone Got $1 Million..?

Working on it
>> No. 105604 ID: 254d85
>former naval base

So basically: asbestos, lead paint, black mold.
>> No. 105607 ID: 90a126
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105607
But its West Virginia, who would want to move there? ;)

Seems like every few years entire towns go up for sale which is kinda cool I guess.

Even if I had a million I probably wouldn't want it unless it had something cool like some old Cold War era bunker or something equally cool.
>> No. 105609 ID: 0fa6d7
>>105601

There's a reason for the "no cellphone reception" comment:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_National_Radio_Quiet_Zone

>>105607
>Even if I had a million I probably wouldn't want it unless it had something cool like some old Cold War era bunker or something equally cool.

U.S. Navy's Information Operations Command (NIOC) was part of ECHELON. You can bet your ass you'll find some bunkers.
I'd expect a bunch of hardened datacenter bunkers out there at least.

>In April 2013, the Chief of Naval Operations ordered that the site be closed by September 30, 2015, as "a result of the determination by the resource sponsor National Security Agency to relocate the command’s mission.”
>As of 2016, part of the base has been transferred to the General Services Administration for sale, while another part of the base, to the south, continues to operate.

They aint entirely gone yet, though.
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105449 No. 105449 ID: f0afdb hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Cooper's Rule #4: know your target, and what is beyond it.

And don't get careless and slap a pistol-range steel target with m193.

The ricochet caught me in the throat. If I hadn't been leaned over a hood at the time, I'd have bleed to death from a torn-up artery instead of the fragment traveling down my neck and ending up in the meat.

It'll stay there unless it starts causing trouble.

Big ups to Porncop and Hoolahoop for doing their first aid thing on me.

Y'all stay safe out there.
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>> No. 105580 ID: 9dc901
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>>105579

>im tired of you're ignorance

Oh the irony :D

I am European. And this picture might help you.

Did they sign a waiver? Did the "range" have warning signs? We don't know, but we can guess based on the presented. It looks like a bunch of dumb shits having a grand ol' time to me. Why? Because a range would probably have a range warden to tell them what they're doing is stupid and therefore not allowed.
>> No. 105584 ID: 840548
>>105580
>European

explains the butthurt and jealously of muh rights.

>Did they sign a waiver?
>Did the "range" have warning signs?
>Because a range would probably have a range warden

no you fearful pussy. not every 'range' needs you're elitest rigamoral guidelines.
now I wonder if you are a woman.

>you're
>your
>omg selective quoting omg prosecute him
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>> No. 105589 ID: 798a48
Stop it, fellas.

Soren, I don't know if you're still reading this, but it's good to know you're around and that you're doing okay.
>> No. 105595 ID: 9dc901
>>105584

Lol.

Jealous of what rights? What can you get that I can't? What exactly do you have that I don't? The only difference is you can get it somewhat cheaper.

>not every 'range' needs you're elitest rigamoral guidelines

I guess that picture didn't help at all.

>now I wonder if you are a woman.

And to this guy being responsible is elitist. If you don't do stupid shit you're a pussy European and a woman to boot. Got it.
>> No. 105602 ID: df12a0
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>"One single moment of carelessness."

>vitriol ensues


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