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Spider Expert 14/12/20(Sat)12:26 No. 735974 [Reply]
735974

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Greatest game in history.
Do the new ones compare?
What are they like?
Is Big Boss boss?


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p4ch3c0 14/12/21(Sun)10:45 No. 735996

>>735991
Maybe back in the day.
Today, the controls are so awful that it's game breaking. I hate Z targeting. A simple fix of camera control would make it a great game.
Now sit and wait for The Fury to cleanse your heretic mind and body of its filth.


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He-Man 14/12/21(Sun)12:31 No. 736000

If you are talking about MGS 4 GotP and MGS 5 Ground Zeroes being 'the new ones' I'd say they don't. But then again, MGS 5 GZ is just a "demo" of the Phantom Pain. Looks and plays great, though. MGS 4 has nice gimmicks but it felt like something was missing that was in 3. Playing as old Snake didn't help either. MGS 3 is brilliant for its pacing, storytelling and mechanics. Just watch this if you had a 'meh' feeling while playing MGS 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_-jyF987MQ


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ian 14/12/21(Sun)16:34 No. 736004

AOE
Ocarina of time

Had a soft spot for F.E.A.R, prefect dark and bf2:bc




W. T. Snacks 14/12/21(Sun)11:11 No. 735998 [Reply]
735998

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Twincess Applesparkle Rainbowfly 14/12/17(Wed)09:53 No. 735856 [Reply]
735856

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ask a nomad anything


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Marisa Kirisame 14/12/20(Sat)00:48 No. 735956

>>735936
I just realized I typed love instead of live.........


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OP 14/12/20(Sat)06:27 No. 735967

>>735956
I just realized I read it as "live" anyway.


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Spider Expert 14/12/21(Sun)07:35 No. 735995

>>735936
Hi Kenny




zeneslev 14/12/19(Fri)23:07 No. 735952 [Reply]
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what's the most fastest and painless way to die? i don't have access to a gun nor heroin or any kind of heavy drug so ya help


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Miku Fanboy 14/12/20(Sat)21:16 No. 735981

>>735972
That's a little bit more complicated than that.


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h 14/12/20(Sat)22:16 No. 735983
735983

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tie wire around your neck, jump off something, instant ISIS effect.
I think there exists an xkcd recommending to glue your hands around your head so it looks like you ripped it off and there is a FluffeeTalks about someone who did that but without glue.
Sauce: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1042676/Businessman-uses-Aston-Martin-decapitate-horrific-suicide-revenge-ex-wife.html
Your head might still be alive for a few seconds but I don't think you'll feel any pain. There was a good thread on niggertits about it with various examples, here's some random one:
http://science.howstuffworks.com/life/inside-the-mind/human-brain/10-brain-myths6.htm
Messier to clean up, but safer than >>735972

>i don't have access to any kind of heavy drug
pic somewhat related. (but why does it say meanwhile in america? it's a german train and it happened over a decade ago)
you need some friends who've seen more of the world than the narrow view that is socially accepted, taught on TV or spammed by fascists or you will die believing that this is everything that is to see about life.
you don't need to do heavy drugs, just hang out with people who give you the chance to and you'll learn a lot and so will they if you aren't stupid.


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Lorf 14/12/21(Sun)07:33 No. 735994

>>735983
>howstuffworks
Stuff You Should Know is an excellent podcast by the same guys.

I like those guys.


just sayin




Homicide 14/12/20(Sat)01:09 No. 735958 [Reply]
735958

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Was going through my files and found some saved pics of hot girls I went to school with that treated me like shit.

Tell me what you'd do to them and I'll post more, maybe?


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O.P. 14/12/21(Sun)03:12 No. 735987

>>735958
Send all the sexy pics to their dads


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Bill 14/12/21(Sun)03:45 No. 735988

>>735958
I would buy them ice cream.


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OP 14/12/21(Sun)04:09 No. 735989
735989

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>>735988
Oh, come on, man. That's not gonna work.




Reimu Hakurei 14/12/17(Wed)10:07 No. 735857 [Reply]
735857

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Got a new sport called Batsport.

It's baseball, but instead of pitching a ball you pitch a bat. Also, every defense-man has a bat that they can use to physically defend their base from an offensive player.The offensive player at bat, just as in baseball, has three attempts to hit the pitching bat or else they are out. Three outs creates a shift in which the defensive team becomes the offensive team. Additionally, if an offensive player who has hit the pitching bat is then hit with the pitching bat is then out.

The hitter hits the pitching bat and then runs to any base they want. The defense then uses the pitching bat to attempt to get the offensive players on the field out: that means making the pitching bat make contact with any offensive player on the field. The batting bat, however, can be used by any player as a defensive tool against the pitching bat.

In order to score, an offensive player must touch every base at least once and then touch home. Additionally, the pitcher's mound is considered safe for offensive players. Also, there can be unlimited players upon as base.

Because of these rules, the entire offensive line can be on the field at once. If this happens, the offense has five seconds to begin moving, thus placing at least one player in jeopardy. If nobody on the offensive line moves during this five second period, all players on the offensive line become vulnerable to being out.

The sport is 5-innings long and there is a 3rd inning stretch. During this stretch, players are encouraged to visit their local corner store and purchase an energy drink.

Although the creator of this sport made it in the spirit of amateurism, I'd like to see this sport become professional in some matter. At least make Batsport an Olympic event.


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Optimus Prime 14/12/19(Fri)15:32 No. 735945
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>>735931
>batman-restricted-story.jpg
Tell me more of this story


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derp 14/12/19(Fri)20:03 No. 735946

>>735945
it's a story about how people of restricted intellect create vertical pictures in a horizontal format with shitty smartphone bars on the sides.


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Optimus Prime 14/12/19(Fri)20:12 No. 735947
735947

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>>735946
Yeah, they definitely used a smartphone to film the movie.




Panawave 14/12/17(Wed)16:23 No. 735868 [Reply]
735868

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This year I was diagnosed with mitral valve prolapse, a chronic heart disease which, in theory, is not that dangerous, but can evolve into some tough shit. On the bright side It's not at a dangerous stage, and it may stay like this, the downside is that I'm only 22 and I may end up having to be operated.

Do you have any chronic diseases /b/?


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W. T. Snacks 14/12/18(Thu)15:50 No. 735916

sauce?


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Twincess Applesparkle Rainbowfly 14/12/18(Thu)20:51 No. 735920

>>735868

Type-1 diabetes and chronic asthma since i was 8, now i am 20.

The only difference between you and a healthy person is that you might have to work harder. The only limit is your own determination.

Keep on living OP, face the problems when they occur, but do your best to keep them from occurring.

Train hard, eat healthy and set goals for yourself.


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Reimu Hakurei 14/12/19(Fri)10:17 No. 735943

Nigga, I had mitral valve prolapse since primary school, I'm 27 now and it's the health problem I'm least worried about. My mom made a lot of fuss abot it which prevendted noticing and treating my more serious ilnesses, I mean, those that impact my quality of life more. Like the intestinal problems. That sucks. But all in all it didn't affect my life very significantly. I was 'exempt' form PE classes (and since I was an awkward autist weakling I was thrilled by it of course), but not even through all of middle and high-school. My heart used to ache once in a while, but after I turned 18 or so it aches very rarely. Only when I'm very stressed out it can ache, just like with normal people I guess. I'm 27 and wish I to die in my sleep every day, but something tells me this stupid prolapse won't help me accomplish it.




Nyan Cat 14/11/03(Mon)00:34 No. 734093 [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
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I need some more amateur self shots/mirror shots ill start with what i got and we can all enjoy I have some OC too.


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Nyan Cat 14/12/19(Fri)01:58 No. 735938

>>735934
>These pictures aren't a life-or-death matter
But they are. Boners live and die by the pr0n.


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Sazpaimon 14/12/19(Fri)04:42 No. 735940

>>735938
If there's any such thing as something you can't get a boner and fap to then you need to lurk moar newfag


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poe 14/12/19(Fri)05:00 No. 735941

>>735922
Dunno about him but I know I don't go out requesting and looking for the mediocre. I would rather have a troy ounce of gold than a troy ounce of copper.




Brony 14/12/16(Tue)01:22 No. 735796 [Reply]
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I collect hand powered dumbwaiters.


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[tags4lyf]PEARS 14/12/16(Tue)19:10 No. 735838

>>735812
That was an electruc one I collect the hand powered ones.


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OP 14/12/17(Wed)06:07 No. 735852

/eh/


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4chan user 14/12/19(Fri)01:48 No. 735935

Youtube - Toggle Video
  Here is a video.




Miku Fanboy 14/12/08(Mon)19:00 No. 735484 [Reply]
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Peopl need to start making their own sci-fi, because the airwolfing studios arent going to do it for you, and when they do, it's crap.

like this, but, long
http://vimeo.com/108650530


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p4ch3c0 14/12/17(Wed)23:49 No. 735884

>>735743
ants fight wars.


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Closet Furry 14/12/18(Thu)16:28 No. 735917

>>735667
>> TL;DR my impression is you've fallen into the idea that everything wrong with the world is humanity's doing,


humanity is the only group who perceive right and wrong to begin with.

>> but you're only technically right because we're here with our reason to puzzle it apart.


which particular religion did you get that idea from? if we were here to puzzle it out, why are we trying to do it with MONKEY BRAINS?


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Nyan Cat 14/12/19(Fri)01:42 No. 735932

>>735917
Yes, but then you get into right and wrong, and thousands of years of philosophers, theocrats, and politicians trying to settle on a definition of each.

What all animals, whether as individuals or in groups, do have, is a very well honed capability of calculating constructive from destructive.

All the animal research in the world has shown, when a trout chases a fly, or a bear climbs a tree to get at a hive, or wolves run down a deer, they make a calculation of the gains, the losses, and the risks involved with that move. The trout considers how fast the water is moving, how far away the caddis fly is, how much work it will be to reach it, and the payoff of the energy from eating that fly. This is why troutfishing is difficult, because most of the time, the trout can see it's going to burn more energy going to get the tiny midges and flies than they're going to get. The bear much rather prefers to eat moths and worms and whatever it can find on the ground, because climbing trees costs a lot of energy, and there's still a big risk of getting poisoned by thousands of stings and the down time and recovery that entails. The wolves weigh the size of the slow fawn against the number of wolves in the pack vs how many other fawns are in the area. Just to pick a few examples. But all species show restraint and a conscious effort to moderate as well, because self-preservation is dependent on a functioning ecosystem, and any species that didn't learn this lesson is dead. Wolves won't eat all the fawns even though they very easily could, because they need another generation of deer. Trout will only take as many flies as they require, because once they're full, every other fly they eat is just removes future generations of that flies offspring. All actions are some fraction constructive and some fraction destructive. Calculating this ying/yang happens using the same parts of the brain across species.

These are the calculated ethics of right and wrong that are the foundation of our longest-running philosophical debates from the most ancient texts to this day.




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