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109366 No. 109366 ID: a43538 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
Hi Operators,

I need to ask about a certain topic that used to be posted or pinned in the former WARFARE board of the opchan. I'm talking about the discussion (definitely some 120+ posts along with lot of pictorial reference materials) regarding combating enemy armour.

Is there any way to retrieve this thread? Via some chanarchive perhaps? Do admins have these threads archived somewhere?

Maybe some operator has downloaded this thread just as I did back then?

It would mean a lot if anyone could help me retrieve this thread, I need it to my "operator's library" and some training in near future. A lot of very useful info was compiled there but I lost my hdd with all of that... Hence the question.

Any chance operators? I sure hope so.
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>>109464
I generally type like I talk... pauses included.

Then when I'm writing work dox/emails I have to reread and remove most of the commas and contractions.

I have write daily reports for the shit I work on, and do so pretty much in greentext format with some added punctuation and grammar.

> Arrived on site at 700.
> Reviewed safety bullshit.
> Met with customer.
> Fixed spinny thing that runs on fire.
> Spilled approx 750 gallons of oil.
> Took a huge dump.
> Cleaned up work area.
> Departed site at 2130.
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>> No. 109467 ID: f11f4d
>>109466
>Then when I'm writing work dox/emails I have to reread and remove most of the commas and contractions.

I have to do the same thing, and add way too many commas. The only useful thing I partially learned in english class was to go through and start removing as much as I could from what I write.
If I have more than one comma then I fucked up somewhere.
>> No. 109517 ID: 5a12de
>>109414

I just feel like posting this because its true and I forgot to comment on it earlier. Now that I run my own shop and get to decide all my inventory, the first thing I did 2 years ago was liquidate any cheap, crappy guns the shop had left in stock to other dealers, and never reorder them. No Cobras, no Hi Points, no Comanches, none of the stereotypical Saturday night specials or gangbanger guns.

I have had exactly zero crime guns traced to my shop since I did that. In two years. At the old place where the boss insisted on selling that stuff, we had over a dozen a year on average. Feels fantastic.
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>>109517
Do you make an effort to have cheap, quality things like PA-63s and Makarovs around? Poor people need to protect themselves, too.

Unrelated, but why does Gunbroker feel the need to serve clickbait ads in the middle of their search results? Do they seriously not make enough money from the auctions?
>> No. 109555 ID: 5a12de
>>109528

PA63s and Maks aren't so easy to get anymore. I did get a great batch of Tanfoglios on sale a while back though. Sold about three dozen of them at three hundred bucks a pop (retail is nearly $600) and did fantastic with them. After those dried up I went with some TP-9s and a few Bersa's for my lower-end stuff, but those aren't as popular.


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  Shit you forgot about thread.
>> No. 109512 ID: 19518e
  Stumbled on this yesterday, it's been a while.
>> No. 109513 ID: 3b122f
i remember the old days when you could go on opchan without worrying about moderators stalking you like some faggot desperate for BWC
>> No. 109514 ID: 72cb51
  Star Wars: Troops [HQ] https://youtu.be/-EDiQXhYIKY
Troops is a mockumentary film by Kevin Rubio, which made its debut on the Internet in 1997. The film is a parody of COPS, set in the Star Wars universe. In the film, Imperial stormtroopers from the infamous Black Sheep Squadron patrolling the Dune Sea on the planet Tatooine run into some very familiar characters while being filmed for the hit Imperial TV show Troops.

The film jump-started the modern fan film movement, as it was one of the first short films to bring fan films into the digital age, taking advantage of internet distribution and affordable production and special effects equipment, as well as fans with movie-quality costumes. Rubio shot the film on location on the El Mirage Dry Lake.

Rubio finished the film while working at the Fox Kids Network, and was able to use well-known voice talent in his cast, including Jess Harnell, Cam Clarke, and announcer Bill Farmer.
>> No. 109516 ID: b70387
Pat Buchanan

‘The Ideas Made It, But I Didn’t’
Pat Buchanan won after all. But now he thinks it might be too late for the nation he was trying to save.
http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/04/22/pat-buchanan-trump-president-history-profile-215042

>A quarter-century before Trump descended into the atrium of his Manhattan skyscraper to launch his unlikely bid for the White House, Buchanan, until then a columnist, political operative and TV commentator, stepped onto a stage in Concord, New Hampshire, to declare his own candidacy 10 weeks ahead of the state’s presidential primary. Associating the “globalist” President George H. W. Bush with “bureaucrats in Brussels” pursuing a “European superstate” that trampled on national identity, Buchanan warned his rowdy audience, “We must not trade in our sovereignty for a cushioned seat at the head table of anybody’s new world order!” His radically different prescription, which would underpin three consecutive runs for the presidency: a “new nationalism” that would focus on “forgotten Americans” left behind by bad trade deals, open-border immigration policies and foreign adventurism. His voice booming, Buchanan demanded: “Should the United States be required to carry indefinitely the full burden of defending rich and prosperous allies who take America’s generosity for granted as they invade our markets?”

>...

>By 1992, the evolution was complete—“I was a full-fledged economic nationalist,” Buchanan says—and his crusade against the embodiment of globalism, President George H. W. Bush, became a surprise 10-week proxy war for the future of the Republican Party. Buchanan’s allies held out hope he could pull a historic upset in New Hampshire that would throw the entire nominating process into turmoil. But they knew it was terribly unlikely, and were thrilled when Buchanan captured 37 percent of the vote, even though it was still a double-digit defeat. He wound up winning nearly 3 million votes nationwide against Bush, and though he carried no states, was invited to speak at the party convention. When he delivered his fire-breathing “culture war” speech, urging Republicans to “take back” the country from the alien forces of militant secularism and liberal multiculturalism, Democrats said it was proof of a GOP tacking hard and fast to the right. That was the whole idea: Buchanan, unlike Trump 25 years later, was a committed social conservative who saw crusades against gay rights and abortion as part of the campaign to restore his ideal America. But they also limited his appeal, and some in the party establishment hold a grudge to this day, convinced Buchanan scared of
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109483 No. 109483 ID: 6ef9f1 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Just made bread for the first time. I've been home fermenting for a while, and the similarities are interesting.

Food general?
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>> No. 109485 ID: bc5f52
>>109484
Is there tiny tiny cotton to with them, or microscopic pyramids?
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Congrats on your raw toast.

What made you get into it?
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109488
Just a few days ago I cleaned out my coffee percolator with some vinegar, and left some in, by God, and proceeded to fill it with water and make a caraffe of strong brew. The result?

I declare to all here: tasted like.. liquid toast with just a hint of the vinegaryness.

Liquid toast.

Ask me if it was awesome.
>> No. 109491 ID: aadd02
Was it awesome?
>> No. 109495 ID: 22c903
your woman is enslaving yeast.


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109248 No. 109248 ID: 13f512 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
What are we drinking tonight, OPERATORs?

pic related, I detect notes of crayon and jalapeno cheese.
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>> No. 109449 ID: 6ef9f1
>>109338
Cheapest shot where I am is 10$ for New Amsterdam vodka
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109453
Test
>> No. 109480 ID: 61215b
>>109453
You should really ask the doctor for those urine results. That doesn't look to healthy.
>> No. 109481 ID: bc5f52
It's 4pm on a wednesday and I'm having me a gin and tonic in a pint mason jar.

also: if a g&t has olives and cocktail onions, is it still a g&t?
>> No. 109482 ID: 975456
>>109481
yeah thats a gibson & tonic, stalker-san


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109468 No. 109468 ID: 22c903 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
What do these three things have in common? Is there some sort of root factor?
>> No. 109470 ID: f11f4d
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109470
Nah. Pretty sure it's just all just a coincidence.
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>>109468
>hammer and sickle
>left
That is a wrong left. I think you meant to say "communism".

>star and crescent
Not even Islamic originally, it's Ottoman.

>$$$
Wtf is this even.

>What do these three things have in common?
Bewildering stupidity.


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109456 No. 109456 ID: 13f512 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Happy Easter you godless heathens.
>> No. 109458 ID: 5a12de
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109458
>glorious day off
>not down with egg hunting
>proceed to sleep for about 20 hours
>wake up hungry af

Feels pretty good man. There's a Chinese buffet open on hilidays around here and I think I might just go and pig out in a bit.
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109459
Celebrate Jesus' resurrection from the dead with Easter offensives to introduce heathens, heretics and misbelievers to the afterlife.
- US B-52 maintenance during the 1972 Linebacker II Easter Offensive.
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Uneventful. Kinda bummed about it. I live for family.


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108861 No. 108861 ID: 632b3e hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
So I just finished my last class and now I'm free to concentrate on other things... like shooting, my instruction business, opchan, and.... fitness.

I have crafted this evening a bison, bacon, vermont cheddar burger, and opted for my bread in liquid form.

What are some other nutritious, delicious meals?
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>> No. 109327 ID: a921de
  9 Instant Ramen Hacks from Ivan Orkin https://youtu.be/6Bj5NJ5cJlc
Watch as ramen guru Ivan Orkin shows you 9 ways to spruce up ("Orkin-ize, if you will) your instant ramen.
A personal tip is to bulk up cans of cream of chicken soup by adding a package of cheap ramen noodles to it (boil them for 3 minutes first, do not add the flavor packet).
The Korean Fire Noodles taste better with a pat of butter and mac-and-cheese powder added to the bowl.
>> No. 109393 ID: aadd02
Buy blackberries, blueberries, and raspberries. Stick them in your freezer. Enjoy them as a delicious frozen treat.
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>>109393
RaceMixer is right!
I picked wild blackberries and blueberries often in Washington State and keeping bags of them in the freezer is a treat.
Mixing them in yogurt is also good.
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109421
One treat was to squish picked blueberries into Twinkies. But here, someone went further and made a Lemon Blueberry Twinkie Parfait
Ingredients
- 4 Twinkies (to make 4 servings, otherwise 1 Twinkie per serving)
- 1 cup fresh blueberries
- ½ cup lemon curd (you can make your own or buy it premade)
- Whipped cream for topping

Remove Twinkies from wrappers. Slice into 8 slices.
Place 3-4 Twinkie pieces in bottom of serving dish.
Drizzle small amount of lemon curd over Twinkie pieces.
Layer 6-8 blueberries on top of lemon curd.
Spoon in layer of whipped cream.
Beginning with Twinkies, repeat all layers, and top with final whipped cream layer.
Enjoy! http://thesimpleparent.com/lemon-blueberry-twinkie-parfait/
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109422
Um... again I am straying from the healthy part of this food thread, but par for the course, old bean.


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109228 No. 109228 ID: 659e9d hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Hi.
I am thinking about joining the French Foreign Legion.I've read about most of it but i need some advice.
Any tips for psychical exercising or getting myself into a certain mindset?
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>> No. 109375 ID: aadd02
Perkele
>> No. 109381 ID: 9dcda2
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>>109363
Why is there a white character representing Sweden? That's not very progressive.
>> No. 109382 ID: 09c7e0
>opchan jumps on the /int/ bandwagon
looks like 2009 finally caught up to you guys.
what are y'all's poster names on /r/polandball?
>> No. 109391 ID: 9723b1
>>109382
Are you twelve years old, we've had countryballs here since they started on der generals website.

>/r/polandball
You are twelve years old...
>> No. 109400 ID: f0fb5d
I have a work buddy who was pretty gung-ho about joining the FFL as a young man because he wanted combat. He's now a married, very happy, officer in the Army National Guard who takes every deployment he can because he loves that life. He's also glad he didn't join the FFL.


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  Make Something.
>> No. 109365 ID: cda646
Wow didn't know Masterlock was getting into the safe business.
>> No. 109399 ID: 044fd0
I was safecracking yesterday. Buddy of mine got his XD .45 stuck in a Sentrysafe, had to cut a hole in it to get at the solenoid to get it open. Fortunately that was quite easy since they are only like 18 gauge sheet metal.


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109033 No. 109033 ID: 9dcda2 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
For the Mid-Atlantic and North East fags, who's ready for some stupidity?
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>> No. 109048 ID: 5abeee
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It has been a strangely warm and dry winter around Denver, Colorado. February and March being the historically snowiest months, but the only snow I can find is the dump of ice scrapings in front of a local ice rink. Temperatures above 70 degrees this week. Yesterday, I was driving around in my T-shirt with the car windows down. In the past few years, the southern states get more ice storms in the winter and the north-east coast gets heavier snow storms, but the weather in Colorado is getting sunnier with significantly less snow (apart from on the mountains, but that's where the snow should be). I also heard that Chicago has gotten hardly any snow this year. Since Dec. 18, Chicago O'Hare International Airport has measured a pathetic 0.6 inches of total snowfall through the end of February. The average Chicago snowfall for that period is 23.4 inches. Denver did a little bit better, racking up 7.9 inches of snow through March 2, 2017, but still failed to top Hawaii that got a blizzard that dumped 8 inches of snow on Hawaii's Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa peaks in a single sitting two weeks ago.

Hawaii Has Had More Snow Than Denver or Chicago So Far in 2017
Mar 7 2017 https://weather.com/news/weather/news/hawaii-more-snow-2017-than-chicago-denver
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>> No. 109050 ID: 9dcda2
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>>109043
Yeah holy shit. Last few times I've driven back and forth from WV everyone loses their shit in the mountains. (All of two thousand two hundred feel elevation)

> driving to WV
> implication of snow
> everyone huddles into one lane and drives 20 mph
> a tiny bit of snow on the road
> be a rebel and use the other lane and drive 35 with a comfortable amount of traction

> night, driving back to MD
> snowed earlier that day, slight dusting of snow on road
> car in ditch
> car in ditch
> car in ditch
> car in ditch upside down
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>> No. 109052 ID: 334c17
  >>109050
> car in ditch
> car in ditch
> car in ditch
Do people there even use anti-locking system or something like that?
>> No. 109053 ID: 9dcda2
>>109052
I would say that most cars in the US have come standard with ABS for at least 10 years. Traction control was mandated just recently.

I did a defensive driving class (which was fun as fuck) and we did some stops with and without ABS. I had no problems with non-ABS, since you just modulate the brake pressure to prevent the tires from locking up. (But again, I have racing exp.)


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