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112238 No. 112238 ID: e72128 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
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>Proponents say that the idea behind the various graphics that incorporate a thin blue line is that law enforcement is a Thin Blue Line that stands between chaos and order or between criminals and the potential victims of crime, and it is primarily used to show solidarity with police.
>Various emblems portraying a Thin Blue Line have been made, including a horizontal thin blue line across a Union Jack rendered in black and white in the United Kingdom, or on a black and white American flag in the United States.
Yet both parts of said flags are (portrayed) exactly the same, so basically it does not divide anything much. Subtle indeed.
>> No. 112289 ID: c9fe43
I love this new post-facts left. They can't understand their opponents, it's fucking hilarious.
>> No. 112290 ID: 11855e
This is the stupidest troll bullshit ever, and even if it weren't they're advertised as showing support for the police, so the vast majority of people buying them do so with that intent.

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  How are you planning to remember the 7/7 Dallas terrortits attack tomorrow?
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>> No. 112268 ID: 6da1ca
  The Second Civil War - Tweets from the Front https://youtu.be/Ho_pjCjKMuo
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The new Fallout game is looking pretty sweet.
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>> No. 112278 ID: e35b40
I want my 3 minutes back.
>> No. 112280 ID: 88ab42
yeah, but so is this "2nd Civil war" yeehaw meme.

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112188 No. 112188 ID: bd9939 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Anybody else on OPchan kind of outdoorsy? Hunting? Fishing? Bushcraft? Picking berries? even hiking?
Want to be, but don't know how?
Any good or bad stories? Have you done anything recently or not so recently? What do you hunt with?

I've always hunted, if mostly casually. Lately though I've been getting back into it as hard as I can. Last fall I ended up with an average mule deer buck and two does as well as an antelope buck from my solo 5 day trip to eastern Montana. The deer were all quick and easyish besides retrieval but I spent 4+ hours crawling hundreds of yards through open country over prickly pear cactus and sagebrush to get close enough to the herd of 20 or so for a shot at one of the bucks while they grazed. I ended up making my longest hunting shot of just 275 yards with a model 70 .30-06 I had to borrow from my dad right before I left because my .308 Tikka had taken a dump and was giving me light strikes. Angle was a bit off and it ended up breaking the far shoulder and ruining a bit of meat on the passthrough, but that's just how it goes.

This trip made me realize that I much prefer the stupid old Nosler partitions that my dad loaded for years to my fancy accubonds. I have had some extremely mediocre results in the field with accubonds out of my .308 win whereas every single thing I shot at was dead within seconds with significant wound channels and full pass through resulting in faster blood loss (and easier tracking had it been necessary).
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I can't find a picture of our car tent right now, but here's an old defunct shack I found while elk hunting. I have a couple one man ultralight shelters, but honestly they are not that fun.

I did a gear testing demo with a big agnes 2 person tent with my waifu last spring. I forget which model, but it's the one with only one door. Yeah, no thanks. Way too cramped for family style camping.

Now for elk spike camps and stuff I'm probably going to get one of their 2 man shelters for just myself to replace my current stuff, but with TWO doors.
>> No. 112207 ID: 51b35f
I miss hunting, so I picked up a bow recently and have been practicing a lot.

I've been learning how to make bows and arrows to support this cheaply and I'm discovering a relaxing hobby in turn.

My hunting goal is simple but hard. I want to hunt long horn sheep and buffalo and make composite bows from their horns. Then hunt the next quarry with that bow. And so on.
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I bought a nice Damon Howatt recurve on clearance through work a few years ago with grand plans that never materialized. Fancy easton carbon arrows with original wood look wraps and feathers, really heavy Grizzly single bevel broadheads, old school leather quiver etc. Work was stupid busy and I never got time to practice, and by the time I thought about it hunting season was too close to become proficient enough for ethical shots on an elk and whatnot.

Last Christmas I picked up a basic, but serviceable Bowtech Fuel package compound on clearance again for pennies with grand, but more realistic plans this time. Obviously it still requires lots of practice, but I figured it would be easier to get started on a compound with sights and stuff.

Unfortunately I finally restarted and am just about through the enlistment process for da army after 9 years of fuckery and am probably going to miss this season.

I'm in button down mode for discounted stuff I could use from work before I leave. Planning on a Big Agness Tiger Wall UL3 to replace my itty bitty Six Moon Designs Skyscape so my dumb little spike camps are actually like...useable. I really wanted to take a week or two off in September when zee elkies are talking and pop into the Bob Marshall wilderness or something cool and work from a little camp.
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Say hello to Frankenbow. A Ben Pearson aluminum compound riser from '70s and Samick Sage 40# recurve limbs. It currently measures at 45# at 28", the length of the riser seems to add 5lbs to any limbs I add.

I'll take a better picture eventually.

I also have an old PSE compound that Cable gave me. I call it Trash Bow (lovingly) because he pulled it out of a dumpster some 14 years ago. It's pretty fun too
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I'm currently farming pineapples. It's damn easy. Just cut the tops off and throw them in the yard.

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Don't listen to your elected officials, lawyer up.


WARNING: NJ Gun Dealers can no longer legally sell or transfer any magazine with a capacity over 10 rounds AS OF RIGHT NOW to any civilian. The "Grace" period does not allow for selling LCMs, except to authorized LEO & Military. It is a violation of NJS 2C:39-9h. Also the 180 day period only applies to LCMs the person possessed on or before yesterday, so do not buy more LCMs, the grace period will not apply. ("NJS 2C:39-9h. Large capacity ammunition magazines. Any person who manufactures, causes to be manufactured, transports, ships, sells or disposes of a large capacity ammunition magazine which is intended to be used for any purpose other than for authorized military or law enforcement purposes by duly authorized military or law enforcement personnel is guilty of a crime of the fourth degree.")

You've got state senators telling people to sell their mags, which is against the law.

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>> No. 112223 ID: 649f2c
One of the saddest and most infuriating things about living in 21st century America is the open lawlessness of the people are the top levels of government. Every year it gets worse, every year they get more brazen and every year more members of government further down the chain follow the lead of those above them and the problem spreads in disease like fashion.
Maybe its just the optics because we have so much more media these days, but sometime I feel like living out of the way somewhere in some no-name nation might be safer and more relaxing.
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Listen up you triggered libcuck SJW killary lovers, the president says this has been the greatest administration for second amendment rights ever, andy anything otherwise is just fake news. TRUMP!
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hahaha I know all about the IP that hash translates to

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112211 No. 112211 ID: 85385b hide watch quickreply [Reply]
enjoying your dead board?
>> No. 112217 ID: e35b40
speaks for itself doesn't it?
>> No. 112230 ID: 479783
Yes. Yes, I am.
>> No. 112231 ID: 278cbe
Well, this is their board, after all.

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>muh small government
>muh balanced budget
>muh conservatism
>muh democracy
>muh freedom
on the other hand there ain't too many things that smell nicer than bacon
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save them frend, they 4ll yurs

awwww sweety
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/t/ was never good.
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lmao at senseless getting owned so fucking hard
just lmao
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But guys, don't you know that DOCTOR Jordan Peterson and the Moscow Academy of Psychological Research have found that only the most *bigly brained* intellectual defenders of EVROPA are cucks?
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45k /year

that's it to be a cop? ffs no wonder they're always so pissy.

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> reading youtube comments about a fighter pilot almost running over ground crew
> one comment mentions how fragging officers was a thing in Vietnam

Huh, I've never really heard about this.


The term “fragging” was derived from the fact that a fragmentation grenade was rolled into the area where an officer or NCO was sleeping. When it exploded, no fingerprints could be found. The target was often a leader who was hated because he was incompetent in leading men, or excessively harsh in his discipline, or overly aggressive in waging war (putting the lives of soldiers and Marines at unnecessary risk just so that he could gain glory and advance his own career).


In his autobiography So Help Me God, Roy Moore said that when he took command of his company in Vietnam, “drug use was widespread and insubordination was commonplace.” He immediately enforced strict discipline. “I administered many Article Fifteens, disciplinary charges filed against insubordinate or disobedient soldiers,” especially drug users.

As a result, he said, he received threats of death by fragging. “I became a marked man,” he said. Claiming that he was not intimidated, he refused to soften his discipline. He did, however, take precautionary measures to reinforce his sleeping area. “I placed sandbags under the bed and in the walls of my quarters.”

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What keyword triggered your shitposting routine?
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Douglas C. Neidermeyer (Mark Metcalf), the cruel, militaristic foil to the fun-loving slobs of Delta House in Landis' 1978 college fraternity comedy Animal House.

In the midst of the chaotic finale of that movie, we're shown text letting us know what became of each of the students in the film. Neidermeyer's reads like this:
Douglas C. Neidermeyer, '63, killed by his own troops in Vietnam.
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Roy Moore sounds like a prime candidate for fragging if he was as stupid, stubborn and insubordinate as a company commander in Vietnam as he was a justice and politician in Alabama.
Fragging can be described as an extreme form of insubordination, and Roy Moore was the most insubordinate, imbecilic judge I have ever heard of. Higher courts removed Moore twice for refusing to obey their rulings; one for refusing to remove a Ten Commandments statue at the court house (such obvious religious displays on public property constitute a government endorsement on an "official religion and violate the separation of church and state, but there's plenty of private property to display such stuff upon) and another for refusing to recognize or issue licenses for same-sex marriages, in defiance of a federal court order.

Roy Stewart Moore is a batshit crazy wanna-be minister evil, horrible sack of shit the former chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, former contributor for WorldNetDaily, and failed candidate for the United States Senate. Having twice lost his job as chief justice of the court, he is a raging homophobe, Islamophobe, and serial violator of judicial ethics rules, and has said the events of September 11 were God's punishment for America's acceptance of gay rights and abortion. A ghastly campaign for the Senate in 2017 revealed more details of Moore's personal seaminess (being a profligate child molester to the point where he was banned from the mall because this District Attorney was hitting too often and openly on young high school girls, accusations of sexual assault on minors, among other things), which caused him the election (but he got the nomination for the Republican ticket and that speaks volumes of the scumbags voting in Alabama).

"Moore was such a comprehensive caricature — Sinclair Lewis could not have imagined this Elmer Gantry — that the acid rain of reports about his sexual predations, and his dissembling about them, almost benefited him by distracting attention from: the remunerative use he made of a charitable foundation. And his actions as a public official that by themselves sufficed to disqualify him from any public office. He is an anti-constitutional recidivist, twice removed from Alabama's highest court for his theocratic insistence that his religious convictions take precedence over U.S. Supreme Court decisions, so he could not have sincerely sworn to "support and defend the Constitution" and to "bear true faith and allegiance to the same."
- George Will reflects on the Roy Moore's failed United States Senate campaign in a scathing criticism of the head of the Republican Party.
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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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Madness. Pure and literally pants shitting madness. The sort of madness that would make the great and terrible Cthulhu say "wtf".
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Republican snowflakes at Kent State who got triggered by safe spaces.
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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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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.
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>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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