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No. 112102 ID: 20d3db hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  Behold the master race, defeated by dastardly antifa foam board.
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>> No. 112105 ID: c3fd79
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>i'm not mad! i'm not mad!
>> No. 112107 ID: 09c7e0
>This video contains content from VICE YouTube Network, who has blocked it on copyright grounds.

Behold the antifa race, defeated by media theft protection rules (this is way, way weaker than being defeated in the physical world because of the intangibility of digital media).

No. 112093 ID: 4eee9d hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  Getting dysentery to own the state!

>Untreated, unfiltered “raw water” is apparently the hot new fad around Silicon Valley, or so says a recent New York Times trend piece.

>People are eschewing tap and bottled water in favor of an icy cold glass of untreated spring water — so-called “raw” or “unprocessed” water — which proponents say has beneficial minerals that are removed from treated or filtered water, and doesn’t include chemicals in tap water, such as fluoride, or move through infrastructure such as lead pipes.

>Some are paying a lot more for the luxury of drinking water that might not have fluoride but could still have chemicals from pesticides and dangerous bacteria. Also animal poop.

>The “raw water” trend — such as it is — fits into a larger movement that, first, embraces everything “natural” as healthy, and second, creates savvy entrepreneurs who find ways to make a lot of money from it. The Times article doesn’t offer much detail on how many people are embracing this fad and actually buying and drinking overpriced, untreated spring water. But unproven, unscientific “cures” are a growth market — and debunkings often have little effect.

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108695 No. 108695 ID: d24f45 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

(You can only hope that the truemirror judges you worthy to be its caretaker.)
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Then quit being scared and buy one. Putting two mirrors at a right angle isn't the same thing. For one you have a giant seam down your face. The pointing finger isn't the moon: the experience is not the mirror itself but you can't have the experience a Truemirror provides by "looking it up".
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> $200


Beside the "Woah cool mirror" any other use for them?
>> No. 108791 ID: 10f4c8
I just want to point out that you get the same effect by turning on your webcam and opening a view window to it: Your un-flipped face.
>> No. 108792 ID: b70387
True, though you can't make eye contact with yourself doing that.
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111793 No. 111793 ID: c43211 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
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>> No. 111882 ID: 8f4706
For God's sake, /pol,/ please take over.
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Did you know that if your'e hand is bigger than your face you have anal cancser?
>> No. 111885 ID: b65022
$20 says pic was a russian troll. We already know how hard they harped on BLM.
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da comrad, everrybuddy u no like is da russkie trollolol.
>> No. 112085 ID: daf281
Funnily enough that one turns out to have been a fraud scheme by a right-wing union in Australia. So perhaps one of the few instances when russia dindoo.
>For at least a year, the biggest page on Facebook purporting to be part of the Black Lives Matter movement was a scam with ties to a middle-aged white man in Australia, a review of the page and associated accounts and websites conducted by CNN shows.

>The page, titled simply "Black Lives Matter," had almost 700,000 followers on Facebook, more than twice as many as the official Black Lives Matter page. It was tied to online fundraisers that brought in at least $100,000 that supposedly went to Black Lives Matter causes in the U.S. At least some of the money, however, was transferred to Australian bank accounts, CNN has learned.

>Fundraising campaigns associated with the Facebook page were suspended by PayPal and Patreon after CNN contacted each of the companies for comment. Donorbox and Classy had already removed the campaigns.

>The discovery raises new questions about the integrity of Facebook's platform and the content hosted there. In the run-up to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's testimony before Congress this week, Facebook has announced plans to make the people running large pages verify their identity and location. But it's not clear that the change would affect this page: Facebook has not said what information about page owners it will disclose to the public -- and, presented with CNN's findings, Facebook initially said the page didn't violate its "Community Standards."

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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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Nah. Pretty sure it's just all just a coincidence.
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>hammer and sickle
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.
>> No. 112046 ID: ec1fe5
it is a coincidence
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>violently athiest totalitarians

>> No. 112079 ID: f91983
its the jews
fuck you serv

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112054 No. 112054 ID: ed570b hide watch quickreply [Reply]
VD warts on face
>> No. 112058 ID: 61c5ef
wow do you think that a there might be compromising material out there on a guy who used to pal around with dennis hastert and has and outbreak hpv warts on his face?

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112034 No. 112034 ID: 0e1e77 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Found some sort of Art Deco vacuum cleaner...
1934 Henderson KJ Streamliner. The two-wheeled counterpart to the Phantom Corsair.
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I saw this at a traveling exhibition of Art Deco cars. There was a lot of super cool, super rare stuff there.
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Obvious amateur photography.
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There was a lot of cool stuff in this exhibit.
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cube on top of a rectangle was here
art deco is a fag

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111932 No. 111932 ID: 876b95 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Hey FYI the capcha is broken in /sug/.

Also please add a rule to /n/ about intentionally derailing threads.

Even better suggestion: remove the rule against calling out shills and actually ban them to promote discourse without it being constantly shitted up by paid trolls.
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>> No. 111949 ID: a083c4
yah I'm aware of the captcha problem. We're still working on migrating to a new site software which would address that.

As for shills, who wants to be an /n/ only mod?
>> No. 111952 ID: 278cbe
Recently.. it does seem like /n/ could use some moderation. If anybody really cares for this (half-)dead site.
>> No. 111953 ID: cd1182
see even the guy who would be banned supports it.
>> No. 112030 ID: 81bedb
>"no guys operatorchan is too small for russian shills so we don't need to do anything about them!"
>FSB outed as running furry porn tumblrs to spread propaganda
>> No. 112031 ID: 09c7e0
shills can only effectively take advantage of people who are so weak minded that they don't know what their opinions are or why they have them. those people are going to be pushed around and tricked into acting against their own interests by some smooth operator, if its not slavs then it will be democrats or republicans or some crazy preacher. its not russians thats the problem, what they are able to do is just a symptom of our own domestic idiocy epidemic.

>"you can fool some of the people all of the time"
>~"Honest" Abe Lincoln

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111974 No. 111974 ID: 1f065c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I'm looking at Paladin Press' books on irregular warfare, and it seems like virtually everything is about guerrilla war. However, I'm looking for a quality book about militia-based warfare and/or militia organization. Anyone know of anything good?
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>> No. 111998 ID: 278cbe
>loot their countries
You forgot about "rape their women" part, shill. No bonus for you.
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>> No. 112006 ID: 562164
Forget the term "Militia." It undermines your legitimacy and orients your organization toward uselessness. There needs to be an actual purpose to get people together.

You can have an infromal social club.
You can have a political organization that happens to have a security branch. (Although you'll need the money, and a reason for existence beyond "having a militia")
You can also have other things.
But a plain old militia is a non-starter.
>> No. 112009 ID: 136a5b
IMO the thing to do is start a monthly two gun competition like Karl from InRange.
We are all the militia, we just need to train more.

If you want to encourage people to do group training as well then do a team based thing occasionally where you practice something specific.

Obviously safety is more difficult to enforce with more than one person so you'll need to work that out, tiger valley rules seem pretty good.
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Sounds too hard, instead lets dress up like airsofters, pretend we're in the military and we're all 5 star generals, grow beards to blend in with the Muj' in middle America, and not exercise while posting on Facebook about how we're ready to water the tree of liberty.

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