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111134 No. 111134 ID: 649f2c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
alt-right more like the ABDL-right.
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>> No. 111149 ID: 3e843b
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Madness. Pure and literally pants shitting madness. The sort of madness that would make the great and terrible Cthulhu say "wtf".
>> No. 111150 ID: 3e9aae
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Republican snowflakes at Kent State who got triggered by safe spaces.
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>> No. 111231 ID: 958864
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how can the left even compete?!
>> No. 112187 ID: 0c2d81
owning yourself to own the libs
>Bennett said that initially, Kirk reached out to congratulate her personally, telling her “Keep up the triggering, good job.” But as the backlash grew, TP USA staff seemed particularly concerned with protecting Kirk’s personal social media image, the Independent wrote:

>Ms Bennett said she tried to defend herself, lashing out at the other groups in Facebook posts. That’s when she got a call from Turning Point’s chief operational officer, Tyler Bowyer.

>During their conversation, Ms Bennet says Mr Bowyer told her that the diaper incident was inappropriate because it “gave the left a lot of ammo to take these pictures and make memes out of them.”

>“It’s not funny,” Ms Bennet said the COO told her. “Nothing about this is funny. Now every time Charlie [Kirk] tweets they tweet back pictures of him in a diaper.”

>Not only was Kirk apparently extremely irritated that people kept on swamping him with diaper photos on Twitter, the online backlash convinced TP USA to crack down on the ability of its chapters to independently organize:

>As a result of the diaper incident, Ms Bennett said, the organisation changed its entire event process, requiring more—and more explicit—sign-offs from adult employees. Mr Kirk later confirmed as much to the New Yorker, saying the organisation had issued new guidelines to chapters in order to prevent a repeat. The Kent State chapter has not hosted a single speaker since the Free Speech Week.

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>> No. 112179 ID: 9dcda2
I bet this guy's from Florida.
>> No. 112186 ID: 49da9b
I remember as a kid being taught about how FBI agents were these superhuman geniuses who were completely devoted to protecting the public from the most dangerous criminals. Seeing that guy shoot a civilian by accident and then try and walk away like nothing happened might made me doubt what I was taught a little if I didn't see him dancing first. That guy was wriggling & jiggling all over the place like his legs were made of jello or something, he really is superhuman! He is way above the rest of us for sure

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112139 No. 112139 ID: e84516 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
What is the difference between the F-16 Block 70 offered to India and the F-16 that the Pakistani Air Force has?
The Pakistan Air Force have the F-16C/D Block 50/52 jets while Lockheed Martin offered the latest F-16V Block 70 models. These are far more advance models over the Block 50/52. The Pakistan F-16 have the APG-68(V)9 radar, JHMCS, Conformal Fuel Tanks, Link-16 Multifunctional Information Distribution System-Low Volume Terminals, Embedded GPS/Inertial Navigation Systems, APX-113 Advanced Identification Friend or Foe Systems, advanced Integrated Defensive Electronic Warfare Suites: ALQ-211 AIDEW without Digital Radio Frequency Memory (picked); or AN/ALQ-184 Electronic Counter Measures pod without DRFM; or AN/ALQ-131 Electronic Counter Measures pod.

For the Indian proposed Block 70 jets, what is above also add to the following which includes advanced APG-83 AESA radar with a new avionics architecture, and structural upgrades to extend the structural life. Enhanced through an advanced datalink, targeting pod and weapons; precision GPS navigation and the Automatic Ground Collision Avoidance System (Auto GCAS). The APG-83 provides F-16s with 5th Generation fighter radar capabilities by leveraging hardware and software commonality with F-22 and F-35 AESA radars. https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-difference-between-the-F-16-Block-70-offered-to-India-and-the-F-16-that-PAF-has-If-there-is-a-difference-which-one-is-superior

- The F-16V Block 70. The most advanced F-16 in the world was offered to India but lost the bid against Dassault Rafale. Key decision by India was one area where the US couldn't provide, the provision of the aircraft carrying nuclear bombs and missiles. The French even provided the source codes which ups the ante against the F-16.
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>> No. 112178 ID: b93da1
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Here's a Panavia Tornado IDS of the Royal Saudi Arabian Air Force.
The IDS is a swing-wing two-engine fighter/bomber that can be mistaken for an F-15 Eagle. Bummer that the Eagle apparently lost her perfect no combat loss record, but that's what happens when you sell stuff to the Saudis.
>> No. 112181 ID: 278cbe
>In service with all nations the F-15 has an air-to-air combat record of 104 kills to 0 losses as of February 2008.
Of course, no losses, only "technical difficulties".

>cheap jewish photoshoop
History channel at it's finest.
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I see the russian piloted target drone defense force has arrived.
>> No. 112183 ID: b93da1
No shit.
The best testament to how the F-15 is a flying brick was when one lost a wing in a mid-air collision and the pilot was able to stabilize her, fly her and land her by going fast on afterburner. Proving the old adage that a brick will fly if you put enough thrust behind it.

Or perhaps this only shows McDonnell Douglas has been selling all their F-15 customers something they didn't need - an extra wing. The second wing should be an option on the deluxe models.

F-15 lands with one wing https://youtu.be/M359poNjvVA
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>the right wing of the Eagle was sheared off roughly two feet (60 cm)
Doesn't look anything like 60 cm to me, actually it is closer to two meters. Even if we assume nothing was broken off during stress of colliding with airstrip at full speed, it looks like only 30 % of wing area was lost.

>fly her and land her by going fast on afterburner
Even a schoolboy knows very well that it does not matter how fast the aircraft is flying, what is necessary is aerial stability, so that one side of the aircraft is providing as much lift as the other. Planes do not fly on one wing, no matter how well they are designed.

>>112177 clearly displays a footage of normal two-wing aircraft with one wing crudely painted over on film. A brainless American consumer would see the plane with one wing flying level on the TV screen and therefore will think this is how it happened in real life.

Tendency to exaggerate air superiority by adding improbable, inflated and otherwise falsified data to statistic is common and well-known propaganda tactic since the rise of flight (and especially since WW2), yet every western propagandist will completely deny any falsification and manipulation, no matter how unrealistic it is, how many factors involved, or what other people tell. A lie repeated a million times becomes truth.


>This is a list of World War II flying aces. Fighter aces in World War II had tremendously varying kill scores, affected as they were by many factors

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112167 No. 112167 ID: 98d50c hide watch quickreply [Reply]
lmao if you think modern society is "sexually degenerate"
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No, modern society is sexually repressed, run by uptight prudes and sanctimonious hypocrite perverts.
But this guy in 1852, who "has been accustomed to amuse himself by distending the bladder with air blown through a tube, and then allowing it to escape, and irritating the genitals by various means" and then moved to stuffing a cut off bull penis into his own urethra (after many painful attempts and with commendable perseverance), wherein it became stuck and he went to a horrified doctor to remove it. He then stuck a foot-long lead medical trachea probe into his dick. It pierced his bladder and "He satisfied himself of this fact by blowing through a tube introduced into the urethra, as formerly, when he could feel the air pass through the rent in the bladder into the abdomen." An operation was performed to remove the probe, but the patient died (quite justifiably) later of an infection.
Chalk this up to "another novel instance of the singular instruments which inveterate onanists sometimes resort to, to accomplish titillation."
>> No. 112169 ID: 41441c
  >stuffing a cut off bull penis into his own urethra
>> No. 112170 ID: 11855e
>inveterate onanist

I feel like I should add that to my resume.

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112089 No. 112089 ID: b49c4a hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Time to gas some Jews and throw live babies into furnaces!
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>> No. 112099 ID: a083c4
even if this was historically used as such, there's just about no chance Trump actually knew that.
>> No. 112100 ID: 9c59b4
>the president requires that all racial slur lists be no more than one page of 24 point text limited to five bullet points with definitions no greater than 10 words in simple english

also lets see what that liberal rag snopes says:
>WHAT'S TRUE: White nationalists and Nazis have included "sleepy eyes" in documents they claim list Jews' "identifying" physical traits.
>WHAT'S FALSE: The descriptor "sleepy eyes" in and of itself is not a slur, according to a senior researcher with a Jewish human rights advocacy group.
>> No. 112125 ID: 751d6a

I've actually used that one. Gotta keep it alive.

Sleepy eyes though? The fuck?
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>> No. 112136 ID: a58aa6
They are dying out because they were overused

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112016 No. 112016 ID: 0b865f hide watch quickreply [Reply]
OPchan, do you know of any active PMCs or non-government forces (accepting volunteers) with their organic arty except the obvious russian Vagner? Muslim-only factions are out of the question.

Also, if you were a merc, contractor or volunteer in a foreign country, was it worth?
>> No. 112018 ID: 738b31
you think way to highly of the anon base here
>> No. 112106 ID: 197bc6
Up it goes.
>> No. 112127 ID: 06b660
bruh, the only "real" merc we've had here hasn't been heard from in ages and is probably dead from an opiate overdose.. the rest of us are just dudes who love guns, and occasionally larp as mercs, except Clio, that guy's a faggot.

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112114 No. 112114 ID: 415c05 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Do they make Monster differently in Poland?
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I hope you weren't buying Monster energy drinks for Mother's Day.
As I have stated many times, no matter what the occasion, booze satisfies!

Alcoholic Parent Easy To Shop For
SIESTA KEY, FL—Saying that it was simple and straightforward to locate a gift that their mother would enjoy, the children of alcoholic Alison Cassidy confirmed Friday that she was pretty easy to shop for. “It’s cool that we don’t have to get stressed out running around to a bunch of different shops when we can just duck into the liquor store and arrive at her house with the perfect present,” said Lance Cassidy, 24, telling reporters that he knew his mother would love anything he picked out with an ABV of 20 percent or higher. “Of course, all of us kids try and find some special booze that she has an emotional connection to, but at the end of the day, I know she’d be just as happy with a huge plastic bottle of Popov as some finely aged small-batch bourbon as long as it came from us and will get her absolutely shitfaced.” Cassidy added that he and his siblings faced significantly greater challenges shopping for their father who almost always exchanged whatever they gave him for cash to feed his gambling addiction. https://www.theonion.com/alcoholic-parent-easy-to-shop-for-1825963285
>> No. 112116 ID: 301082
  For house or beach parties, my friends and I made cheap "jungle juice" and here's a typical recipe:
Booze on a Budget - The $40 Jungle Juice - Tipsy Bartender https://youtu.be/W404U8I4a10
3 (1.75L) Vodka
1 Gal. Hawaiian Punch
1 (2L) Lemonade
1 (2L) Pink Lemonade
1 Gal. Citrus Punch
4 Oranges
>> No. 112117 ID: 301082
Maybe the Polish Monster energy drink has more Satan in it?
Woman says why she believes Monster Energy drinks are from Satan - Daily Mail https://youtu.be/TjB3dO6hVwc
A BMX champion has dropped Monster Energy as his sponsors because, he says, their logo and advertising are unchristian. Two-time X-Games gold medalist and newly minted Mormon Colton Satterfield (pictured left and right) announced last week that he was ditching Monster Energy drink. 'The decision was not a light one by any means,' he said in a statement. 'I regret something seemingly so small, to some, as logos and various marketing, has to divide us; but I know it is the correct decision for me.' It's unclear what disturbed him about the logo (inset), but some Christian conspiracy theorists say that the claw mark symbol represents the Hebrew letter 'vav' three times. Since 'vav' means six, the logo theoretically spells '666' - the number of Satan.
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Shouldn't be any more different than one White Spirit from another. The licensed products are produced by same standard, plus there's a different package for every region of distribution.

I wonder if there's any Christian energy drinks out there, except for traditional ones.

>Hebrew letter
As if it wasn't enough of a hint in the slogan.
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New Monster Energy Defibrillator Touts 1,200 Volts Delivered Straight To Heart
CORONA, CA—Boasting that their edgy new product was intended “solely for hardcore adrenaline junkies who want to grab life by the balls,” Monster Energy unveiled Friday their new defibrillator, a black-and-acid-green portable recreational unit they claim is capable of delivering 1,200 volts straight to the heart. “This is a product meant for the active consumer who starts their workday, their night out, and their weekend like goddamn Frankenstein,” Monster CEO Rodney Sacks said in an introductory video, which also claimed that each 50-amp serving packs enough current to “unleash the beast” and permanently damage the central nervous systems of poseurs. “Slap our Monster-brand saline electrode gel on the pads, slap the pads on your chest, and slap your heart across its bitch face. Whether you’re at work, the gym, or the club, the Monster Defibrillator only needs 10 milliseconds to make you feel like Genghis Khan fucking a yeti. For that extra kick, mix with vodka.” At press time, specialists at Corona Medical Center said Sacks was expected to recover completely from the extensive arc burns to his organs and spinal column. https://www.theonion.com/new-monster-energy-defibrillator-touts-1-200-volts-deli-1825951753

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  Behold the master race, defeated by dastardly antifa foam board.
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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).

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  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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