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Am I doing it right?
RIP 7ch 199BC-2001
RIP Abrhams tank crew
Rip derby audience
RIP anal eels
If human beings have radio frequencies that are complementing each others, does that mean they have already died and their torn souls are being filling in the gaps for each other?
about monothesim divinity?
I think what protects 7channers from cult recruitment is their existing membership in the stockholm syndrome syndicate of 7chan.
you are approaching the outer yama; madness awaits you there.
>If human beings have radio frequencies that are complementing each others
We don't demand proof, Lorf.
But as far as i can see there's no evidence for this manner of radio communication
I can make paragraphs with p.
I can make line breaks with br.
I prefer br.
My first internet experience at home was by Sega Netlink's PlanetWeb browser, which could render html, jpeg, and gif in a time when the internet didn't consist of much else, but didn't even support frames until a downloadable (session-only) upgrade became available. Later on I had a Sonly Clie PEG-NX70V which came with NetFront (these days found on 3DS and PSVita) which pretty much rendered only html and images. A few years after that I had a WSO11SH (with it's badass slide-out keyboard, pic related) with a somewhat more advanced NetFront, but still pretty challenged on styles and active content.
There are still a lot of devices people use to get on the internet that are neither computers nor smartphones. Besides, I think it's important that a webpage should render usefully in lynx. Not that anyone really uses it to browse the web (except me? once in a while), but in case something fails to load or a browser's compatibility is limited, pages should render in a way that is usable even as plain text. Fallback support shouldn't be disregarded.
>PHP is a server side language
That generates pages with "active" content. You're rather technologically priviliged to think that urls ending in ".php" are not different from ordinary web pages. Personally I think the concept of active pages is stupid because they tend to have no fault tolerance whatsoever (these are the kind of pages that lose your entire shopping cart but still let someone have your credit card number mid-checkout because a single packet response didn't come back as expected).
This is a great concept; particularly in that it could be backwards-compatible with 1998 (disregarding new html tags). If people would follow it properly, pages could be implemented in a way that allowed them to display on any device in any browser. I've seen a few done well, with different layouts based on browser shape/size/user-agent, but they are rare.
>does this look good in the top browsers
Which has always been the cancer of web-design. Somehow it came to be that various groups would create different browsers for the same devices that implemented the web in slightly different ways for competition, resulting in there never having been a 100% standards-and-nothing-but-the-standards implementing browser. As a result, there's really no perfect way to make a page and no perfect test for pages to pass.
Nice mac, faggot
Sorry, I mean, how to include snippets of code in a post or page.
Do you think there is some correlation between beauty and intelligence?
Anecdotally speaking, based on my experience and social interactions, a lot of ugly people i've met were objectively smart and a lot of beautiful people were objectively dumb.
What do you think /b/?
While people who are put upon like to think they're put upon because they're smart, ot's not because they're smart - it's because they're edgy.
Attractive people can be smart. They will have attention given to them early and often which opens doors and avenues that someone who lacks the ability to command that attention are unlikely to gain access to. With that attention they can go farther, faster than someone who lacks that attention, and develop as a person faster than someone without attention.
Now if they're pretty and dumb as a box of rocks, a lot of those doors are going to swing shut once they discover the packaging is better than the contents, but it's not like if they were hideously ugly and dumb as a box of rocks that they'd be any better off.
Considering these terms are meaningless without relation to other people, I would say no.
Since beauty is 'in the eye of the beholder' there can be no connection at all.
The Last Letter
I feel deeply honoured and privileged to have been chosen to become a member of the Army’s “Special Assault Unit,” which embodies the glory of Japan. Having read logic and philosophy through my somewhat extended student life, I am sure that, based upon the idea of reason, triumph of liberty is inevitable to me, although I might sound like a liberalist. As stated by Croce in Italy, it is a universal truth that it is absolutely impossible to exterminate freedom, which is a fundamental human nature, and it will eventually win even though it seems to be temporarily oppressed.
It is a clear fact that authoritarian and totalitarian regimes may sporadically prosper, but they ultimately will perish. We can see the truth of that in the Axis governments. As manifested by the defeat of Italy under Fascism, not to mention Germany under Nazism, authoritarian governments are disappearing one after the other, crumbling like buildings without a foundation.
I believe that the universality of truth will eternally and permanently prove the greatness of liberty as is now being verified by reality and just as history has shown in the past. I will be more than delighted to find that my belief has been proven right even though that turns out to be a disaster for our nation. The current struggle, whatever it is, stems from ideology; and the result of a struggle can readily be predicted by the belief systems upon which the struggle is fought.
The ambition of making my beloved Japan become as mighty an empire as Great Britain has faded away. If the leading positions in Japan had been held by those who truly love Japan, my country would not have been driven into the situation it faces today. I have been dreaming of the Japanese people proud of themselves no matter where one may be in the world.
What a friend of mine once said is true: a pilot of the Special Assault Unit is merely a machine. He just steers the apparatus. He is only a molecule within a magnet that sticks fast to an enemy aircraft carrier, possessing neither personality nor emotions.
If one thinks about it rationally, this act is incomprehensible and, to try to put it in a plain expression, these pilots are, as they say, simply suicidal. Since I am nothing more than a machine, I have no right to put my case forward. However, I only wish that the Japan that I dearly love will someday be made truly great by my fellow citizens.
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Contrast that his actions fed the overall narrative of the country regardless of whatever he wrote and thought on his own.
You can write the greatest work of fiction in the world, but if you're caught having sex with children your writing isn't going to be what you're remembered for, nor is it likely to be destined for anything except the rubbish pile.
Actions speak louder than words. Understand this, and you can understand why your dad kept telling you to stop wasting your life.
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>if you're caught having sex with children your writing isn't going to be what you're remembered for
Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.
He obviously can put it in context of a larger narrative, seeing as he wrote this letter.
homosexuality isn't normal, there's nothing wrong with being gay, but it is not normal
why won't people stop normalizing sexual deviations
Some people have solved all the problems of the world so they've moved onto pissant things that cause them to cry themselves to sleep at night.
Most problems have been solved, just wattong for people to catch up
Does it exist?
Laws prohibiting classes of speech under the label "hate speech" certainly do exist. Trying to assert the objective existence of subjective feelings, i.e. asking questions like "but is is REALLY hate speech?" may in fact be an absurd waste of time.
Personally, I find the slow march of time to be the ultimately most effective tool to sort the malicious libel from the factual statements. However, writing off short-term strife in the present as an acceptable loss is not the most popular idea, particularly among those who claim to suffer most from this kind of treatment.
shitty political threads go in /civ/
It was a melancholy day in the mysterious land of Valencia, California. Scotty, the protagonist of this pathetic story, was sitting at home watching terrible auditions from a stereotypical singing contest TV show to boost his self esteem by seeing others fail. If he only knew what would become of that day, he could have avoided the disaster. But he didn’t know! He didn’t know…
As he was laughing at people’s dreams being crushed, he heard a loud crash and suddenly a truck burst through the front wall of his house. Scotty looked in shock “Oh my glob, a truck crashed into my house!” he exclaimed, although no one was home to hear him say it so he looked like a schizophrenic imbecile. He looked in the driver’s seat where he saw a middle aged man in a spandex suit. The man grunted and softly spoke, “The carrots…you are now the guardian of the carrots…”. The man died. Scotty disregarded what the man said and opened the truck, ignoring the fact that his house was near demolished. When he opened the back of the truck, he saw it. “100 carrots!”, screamed the giddy Scotty. Scotty was indifferent about carrots actually, and was speaking to himself again.
Now that he thought about it, Scotty was kind of hungry. He started the feast. Carrot stew, carrot pie, carrot juice, he ate all the carrots in his culinary creations. Suddenly he started to feel all tingly, and as he looked down he noticed his skin had turned orange. Before he knew it, it seemed his house had grown, or at least he had shrunk. He managed to look in his window reflection to see that he had become a carrot! This was the birth of Valencia’s least-favorite apathetic super hero, Carrot Lad! He sat there for days, doing nothing because he was a carrot. Suddenly his dad came home from a business trip. Tim, his dad, was in shock because of the disaster of the house. In the ruins, Tim found only a carrot. That carrot was of course Scotty. Suddenly a bird swooshed through the wreckage and snatched the carrotfied Scotty. Tim didn’t care, because it was only a carrot. If Scotty had a mouth, he would have screamed, but he didn’t. He had no idea what was going to happen. “Is this thing going to eat me? Do carrots feel pain? Wait did that guy in the truck die? Das cray cray.”. Suddenly the bird dropped him, and he plopped into a garbage truck. He was in there for days it felt like, but then again carrots don’t have sensory nerves to feel nor do they have able thought process.
Suddenly the garbage truck shook, and when he looked around , he realized there were 99 other carrots in the back of the truck with him. “Oh what’s happening man?!” he thought with his wee carrot/human hybrid mind. Suddenly the truck had a crash. He looked around to see that he was in his house again. A sense of relief struck him until he heard “The carrots…you are now the guardian of the carrots…”. Before he knew it, he was being picke
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A bad Mk. VI is still a VI
hence the inflated eBay prices thanks to people with a bad case of Selmeritis refusing to acknowledge that other saxophone brands are worth owning and playing.
it beats talking about the other mark vi
psychiatrists: *diagnoses almost everyone who has depression as a symptom with mdd because it’s easy*
psychiatrists: *immediately prescribes ssris regardless of the fact that they can be extremely dangerous to people with other illnesses*
anti self-dxers: you need to see a psychiatrist because misdiagnosing yourself is The Most Dangerous Thing and also is single handedly responsible for the stigma around mental illness
Government bureaucracy sucks until you encounter insurance company bureaucracy.
There's a reason insurance company buildings are surrounded by golf courses. And its not like employees don't play golf. During business hours. On the clock.
You are right about that bro
>>759145LOL Americans are pig disgusting.