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Reimu Hakurei 15/08/26(Wed)09:28 No. 744262 [Reply]
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What's up?


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Nyan Cat 15/08/28(Fri)13:46 No. 744360

It's 4:48am. Last evening, I put on the first episode of Mr Robot, and I've been up all night watching through. It keeps getting better and more intense.


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PrettyPony 15/08/28(Fri)22:38 No. 744365

>>744360
holy hell, that show...

the world is a rolling ball of psychos


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Christian Weston Chandler 15/08/30(Sun)07:58 No. 744428

>>744360
episodes 5 and 6 were a little slow and predictable, but 7 picks up the slack




Twincess Applesparkle Rainbowfly 15/08/26(Wed)08:12 No. 744244 [Reply]
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Ok I'm airwolfing pissed.

2nd day of school and I have to pick up my sister after I'm out. So there's this dirt road everyone parks on near the school, there's plenty of room on both sides of the vehicles for any pedestrians to pass.

So anyways there's this hag raven with her shitlings aging from in a stroller to 5 years old. She goes up and down the dirt pathway knocking like a bitch on all the windows trying to threaten all the people there with the cops because we're parked where she walks as if she cant move her cow ass to one side or another.


This cunt gets airwolfing hostile with me today, so I went off on her. But this isn't enough I'm going to have to see this hostile cow every day for the rest of the school year.


So /b/, petty revenge ideas? Stories? Anything you're airwolfing fuming about?


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ian 15/08/29(Sat)07:35 No. 744381

Only do part of >>744379

Record her.
Just record her.
Do nothing else.
Make sure she knows.
Just record her.


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Brony 15/08/29(Sat)08:57 No. 744382

airwolf your sister in front of her, then give her the D.


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r000t 15/08/29(Sat)17:19 No. 744409

>>744244
Next time she knocks on the window get out the car and ignore her, start talking to her kids, nothing creepy just really light and polite conversation, you don't want to get arrested. "Have you been having fun today?", "What have you eaten today?" sort of stuff.

Ignore her, keep talking to her kids and engage the kids as much as possible in conversation. Eventually she'll rage out and smack one of the kids to shut them up, at this point call CPS and get the shits taken away from her. If you can get it all on camera bonus points.




PrettyPony 15/08/22(Sat)19:26 No. 744090 [Reply]
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Hi
i am working 25 hour/week in bar
its airwolfing digusting but i keep working because i need money,
soon its gonna pass from 25 to 40 hour week by working at 2 bar
should stay working there ?
is it worth it working in a bar as a janitor ?


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p4ch3c0 15/08/23(Sun)04:22 No. 744095
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hXJFg9Vc3FM


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Nyan Cat 15/08/23(Sun)05:36 No. 744097

Personally I find 25 hours a week is pretty optimal if I can afford it. Gives lot of free time and you don't have to give blow jobs for beer. Well... come to think of it I wouldn't mind that. I mean, it could be worse. I could never work in telephone support. I would go postal every day.


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He-Man 15/08/23(Sun)08:20 No. 744098

airwolfing airwolf. Testing the wordfilter.




W. T. Snacks 15/08/23(Sun)11:59 No. 744103 [Reply]
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I'm going to make a foolhardy attempt to explain my philosophical perspective in a way that others may understand. I do this because I'm tired of reading the same old debates on pro or anti Abrahamic nonsense. Feel free to dispairage my beliefs, but at least try harder than using the mistranslated, misquoted, ancient drunken babblings of some guy who didn't have the leadership skills to keep his own family together--let alone a religous cult.

In case you recognize it, yes, this is largely based on Minbari philosphy, which is likely writer and producer J. Michael Strazinsky's attempt to explain his philosphical perspective to the masses.

Here we go:

One day the universe will expand to a point at which it must invert upon itself. Every subatomic particle within it will be recast as new stars, planets, people, etc. This may have already happened an infinite number of times; we are not yet advanced enough to know. With every cycle the fabric of the universe changes shape and color, though every thread is preserved. The atoms that burn in the stars are the same atoms that make up our bodies; the energy that blasts the universe apart into galaxies and asteroids is the same energy that burns in our hearts. We are the universe; it is us. As we are "alive", so it must be--one great organism, not giving life on one planet or another but being alive all throughout. The universe has nearly infinte organs for nearly infinite purposes and we are but one. Perhaps, we will one day evolve to understand our role in this great body and perhaps even the role of the universe itself, as it is--in a way we are yet too small to comprehend--concious and aware. Before the next big bang, we will have millions of years of opportunity to find the answers to our petty questions of morality; eons to make mistakes and try to learn and do better. If we use that time to better ourselves--we could be there to witness the greatest event in the cycle of history: the universe giving birth to itself.

It does not bother me that "I", personally, will not be there. I will always be here, in some fragment or form; the universe does not decay, waste, or discard. Everything will be recycled. There is no need to distinguish "life" and "afterlife" because the universe does not die.

Abrahamic nonsense: "Wait, wut? No hell?"

Stupid, half-baked, short answers for people who need that kind of thing:

No hell, no heaven, no eternal nothingness.
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OP 15/08/28(Fri)02:31 No. 744355

>>744354

Also, forgot to mention, when I said " it's an idea that's even older than ancient Hindu (Hinduism being even pre-Greek) and is what in philosophy is usually reffered to as "Animsm"" I was going to refer to Shamanism as an example.


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Sonichu 15/08/28(Fri)06:09 No. 744356

>>744354
>hallowed poopdick here, now returned for Serious discussins
Thank you for doing this.

>A lot of the ideas in your original post are very similar to ancient Hindu thought
Interesting. I don't know much about hinduism other than it is an animistic and polytheistic religion and (only the name of) Shiva.

>time/universes being more cyclical in nature
Perhaps it made sense to them the same way it makes sense to me. All life is cyclical in the same way: between life and death the bodies of things that lived are recycled into other life. I expect planets and galaxies to eventually make the same transition.

>what he would probably designate as a "Will"
It's an interesting question, if the living Universe has a concious will. I think being alive gives some explanation as to why the universe seems to be made of more than chance, but it doesn't seem clear that the universe has a particular intention beyond existing. Going to all the trouble of existing is hard work no doubt, but does the universe actively choose to persist, or is it an enormous ameba?

>many people who are Hindu also identify as being atheistic
I feel like this is a problem with the word "atheism". Too many people around the world embrace "atheism" yet hold both spiritual and philisophical beliefs related to divin(ish) beings. The Japanese are the same, mostly delcaring themselves atheist, yet particpating in multiple organised religions simultaneously.
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ian 15/08/28(Fri)06:22 No. 744357

>>744355
I would love to find out about the religious beliefs of pre-historic man. It seems the further back we go, the less the gods look like men and the more everything else in the universe looks alive. Sometimes I wonder if we haven't spent ~3000 years falling in love with ourselves.




Spiderman 15/03/08(Sun)12:55 No. 738824 [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
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What music do you guys like?


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Bob Ross 15/08/27(Thu)21:32 No. 744352

Youtube - Toggle Video
  Of course I had to start liking organ music at a time when many churches are moving toward praise bands and most secular institutions wouldn't justify "wasting" money on musical instruments.

I like how it's possible to take what is already an impressive large-scale mechanical or electromechanical engineering feat and coax some art out of it.


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p4ch3c0 15/08/29(Sat)07:05 No. 744378

>>742245
Did you really list nickelback? You piece of trash.


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Bob Ross 15/08/29(Sat)07:28 No. 744380

Youtube - Toggle Video
  >>744378
There are plenty of valid criticisms of how Nickelback songs sound all samey and boringly mainstream--vid related.

That being saying, they're not as terribly unlistenable as you'd think they'd be from all the hate they get. It's more a contest of "hey guys I hate Nickelback too am I cool yet?" that was just like when I was in first grade and it was "hey guys I hate Barney the Dinosaur too am I cool yet?"




[tags4lyf]PEARS 15/08/14(Fri)06:31 No. 743877 [Reply]

How does one delete himself from the internet?

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Anonymous 15/08/21(Fri)00:49 No. 744048

>>744047

http://keatts.d2g.com/ariel/

I, for one, welcome our benefactors.


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h 15/08/26(Wed)05:38 No. 744215

>>743996
Only if you have an autistic internet connected car.


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Bill 15/08/26(Wed)22:01 No. 744324

>>744215
It's not like anyone needed to prove that cars with internet access could be hacked.




poe 15/04/25(Sat)20:04 No. 740179 [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
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Do you guys like Space Engine? The game is free and super-duper comfy.

It uses a procedural engine that generates millions upon millions of planets, stars, solar systems, and galaxies.

Let's find 7chan's home planet.


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Optimus Prime 15/08/25(Tue)00:05 No. 744174
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Done for now.


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PrettyPony 15/08/26(Wed)19:55 No. 744321
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PrettyPony 15/08/27(Thu)19:37 No. 744351

It gets pretty boring after a while.




Spiderman 15/08/24(Mon)01:27 No. 744133 [Reply]
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So, aa i am sure everyone see the random spam of cp
I can only assume it is the fbi or something like that.
My thing is. How can the fbi be legally allowed to spam out cp with no criminal prosecution themselves.
I am sure there is some sort of law that allows them to do. But wouldn't it be revictim the children of the spam? Isn't that a violation of thier ethics code?

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Homicide 15/08/25(Tue)04:07 No. 744180

>>744133
I just have a policy of clicking on every image posted, because I can't tell what things are from tiny thumbnails and can't tell whether to report thing or not without seeing what they are first.

Also I don't save images to my HD.

Also I regularly destroy my computers by using them for targeting practice in my secret underground nuclear test firing facility in my hollowed out mountain.


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Spider Expert 15/08/26(Wed)03:15 No. 744211

>>744133
If the FBI were to do such a thing, there is a very clear reason why it would not be prosecuted. The only entity in the world with jurisdiction to do such a thing would be the U.S. Justice Department. It relies in these criminal cases on the evidence that the FBI brings to it. This is an organizational loophole which allows the FBI to basically operate without any form of check and balance within the United States.


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[tags4lyf]PEARS 15/08/26(Wed)06:42 No. 744229

>>744211
The loophole is that most of western society at is point supports any means used to bust pedos, even production and distribution of child pornography.




ian 15/08/20(Thu)03:50 No. 744029 [Reply]
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Hiya 7chan!!!

Have you ever wondered how big of a tree or how many various plants it would take to keep an average sized human (or werewolf) alive in a sealed environment for many many years? Assuming also you have an ample supply of recycled water and artificial light.

I conceived this question after a fantastic intergalactic gallivant in a dream and looking around at all the plants around my house.


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4chan user 15/08/25(Tue)18:32 No. 744197

Maybe the tree from "Avatar?" Idk that's a really unusual question anon


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Liru Fanboy 15/08/25(Tue)21:24 No. 744204

>>744184
I find it difficult to correct peoples spelling face to face, because when people are speaking it's difficult to see how they are visualizing the spelling of the words that are coming out of their mouth.


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poe 15/08/26(Wed)02:18 No. 744209

>>744029
If your sealed environment contains provisions for keeping the plants alive the time will be much longer.

A solitary human could live a whole life in a dome on a rather small farm if it renewable and probably just as long on a small orchard.

Orchards have the avantage of not needing to be cut down or replanted, but getting balanced nutrition may require that one eat tree roots etc. in addition to fruit and careful selection of trees that provide healthy sustenance.

Not sure which method would require more water, oxygen, (artificial) sunlight, etc.




Miku Fanboy 15/08/25(Tue)18:06 No. 744196 [Reply]
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/281780651263 Is this a good deal?


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herp 15/08/25(Tue)20:13 No. 744201

It's not bad if it's legit. but you might be better of just waiting until the 11th when it's release in The U.S. or the 25th if you are in EUR.
That being said this is average retail price, and free shipping, so go for it if you don't feel like waiting.




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