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>>22305
Ezpz when you're not using hardware from 2014-15 that's been outdated and discontinued.
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>>22306
serious question, what's wrong with librecad?
>>22307
i really don't understand what you're saying, sorry. i guess this is some slave mentality thing that's just not computing for me to a point i don't even see how biden administration benefits slaves.
>>22308
turn the settings down and lower the resolution, in system shock remake you can have the hud and menus and shit in native resolution for clarity while the actual intensive stuff runs at below native to help performance.
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>>22301
What you need to understand about the fourth reich is that they're a vassal that wants to be an empire. 
They don't have nuclear equipment, they don't have enough military power to go against any of their potential enemies, they don't even have the economic output to buy everyone else. They want to, but currently they have to rely on the united states' commitment to protect their asses through NATO. 
They can't shit talk Biden because that would anger the united states, and shitting on biden's liberal power-grabbing policies would serve as an argument against their own retarded liberal power-grabbing policies. Trump however, is not only free game but also someone the establishment wants you to criticize, and by shitting on Trump they're not only making papa senile happy while living their anti-American power fantasies, but they're also creating a strawman to compare their less retarded opponents to. 
"You want to implement this policy which Trump implemented (to great effect benefiting even our European economy)? Well, Trump is racist and stupid so that means you are also racist and stupid!"
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I spent about an hour troubleshooting how to properly install a  bunch of codependent Warband mods and at one moment after getting another random error I stopped and wondered what the fuck am I doing with my life.
>>22299
I keep seeing retarded zoomers describing legitimate products of any given era with wave/core suffixes, it's the most braindead, superficial, fetishistic shit imaginable.
>"Lore"
Oh don't fucking get me started on that and how everything these days tries to have "deeper lore" to justify retards like Game Theory talking about their niggerbrained game. It's like nothing can be upfront anymore, everything must've ten layers of lore and be an ARG like fuck off with that.
>>22298
>I am not going to lose sleep over it either when it's such a small aspect of the game. 
But Deji, videogames are an audio/video experience, right? Audio's a pretty big part of it.
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>>22309
>librecad
Slow, cumbersome.
I've been using CAD software for over 20 years, and I don't want to go back to autocad levels of garbage.
FreeCAD is close, but the entire workflow is a joke, and nobody is working on improving it.

>>22299
>Oh and don't forget retard youtubers with their exaggerated faces
>he still doesn't know how it works
Jewgle has been using rudimentary AI for years to categorize and uplift videos.
Jewgle AI prefers exaggerated faces in the thumbnails, along with cartoonish objects because they're easier to categorize.
If you shrink the thumbnails further, they resemble images generated by their daydream ML from way back.
>trump this
>trump that
All over the news
who FUCKING CAREEEEEES
ITS BREAD AND CIRCUS
NO ONE FUCKING CARES
TRUMP SAID HE FINGERED OBAMAS AND OSAMAS BUTTHOLES AT THE SAME TIME
THATS WHAT HE FUCKING SAID
HE GAVE AIDS TO PUTIN
THAT'S WHAT HE DID
>>22314
>TRUMP SAID HE FINGERED OBAMAS AND OSAMAS BUTTHOLES AT THE SAME TIME
Erm, based?
>>22312
>videogames are an audio/video experience, right?
hello mister AAA exec. no, that's called a movie. i realize you have no idea what the game industry is about and what makes it good because you literally don't fucking care about the medium at all and only care about money, but videogames are a game experience.
>>22312
It seriously depends, there are plenty of videogames where audio is inconsequential ot the experience if not downright non existent. Like plenty of older PC titles, browser based games, strategy games like Daisenryakuu (some of them). I would say what describes a videogame is being an interactive experience first and foremost. Music definitely can and does emphasize a game but it's not necessary
>>22314
>watch the media 
>possibly MSM
>receive slop right into your brain
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You are better off not watching the news.
>>22314
Dejiko is right, you are really better off not watching ((( news ))). In fact, I barely watch TV anymore. It would also be a good idea to drop this subject unless we want to get warned again.
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>>22318
that warning a week ago was due to the board devolving into reddit-tier shit, which devolved into basically "why can't the left (which i totally hate guise trust me) BTFO the fucking evil racist nazis and orange man in a way that i, totally not /leftypol/, approve of" tier shit, followed then by literal rulebreaking activity.
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Since we're on the subject of politics, do you think Bush knew that 9/11 was an inside job? 
The more I watch videos of him, including his ex-president masterclass, the more I think the feds just bombed the shit by themselves and kept it a secret from him. He's just constantly way too fucking stupid to be in the know about anything. 
Maybe this is just a psyop to make people think he wasn't involved, but if it is I'm falling for it hook line and sinker.
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>>22320
>He's just constantly way too fucking stupid to be in the know about anything.
lol
>Maybe this is just a psyop to make people think he wasn't involved, but if it is I'm falling for it hook line and sinker.
don't worry i have a hard time believing he masterminded a god damn thing as well, especially when the narrative, even by mainstream kikeshit, was that he did it. he looks an awful lot like a retard who got taken advantage of. a scapegoat.
actual quote from bush at the end of his time in office, in 2008, from the most fitting source you could ever find on this matter: the god damn jerusalem post.
"I'll be long gone before some smart person ever figures out what happened inside this Oval Office. But one of [those legacies] has got to be, he clearly saw the threat and he did something about it."
https://web.archive.org/web/20080513044125/http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull&cid=1209627067039
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>>22319
OK, understood.
Here's a Windows 3.0 desktop with a Rushia wallpaper.
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>>22321
>lol
I mean look at this fucking guy.
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speaking of 9/11 and nostalgia (well, technically, how tons of people get nostalgia wrong like putting vhs filters on video games) here's something that should hit pretty hard by now, almost 23 years later
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>>22324
oh wait wrong video, here's the one i meant to post, but that one is interesting too.
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>>22325
Did you know that both WTC towers were designed to take a fully loaded Boeing 707 (which is within error margins for the planes that hit) without failing?
Did you know that one of the designers for the towers said that almost everyone within the buildings would certainly die due to the fires and smoke, but the buildings will survive?
Did you know that the same designer said that the only real threat to the towers was a trained demolition expert?

Have you watched Swordfish (June 8, 2001) yet? It perfectly describes how to pull off everything you saw while glorifying mossad.
I remember watching it on live TV and saying it looked fake. I remember telling a dumb jew kid in class that I didn't care about anyone there, because they likely didn't care about me, which made him extremely upset.
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all this talk about 9/11 and no mention of the israeli arts students and their window "photoshoot"?
>>22322
which color depth is that? looks really nice
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>>22326
did you know that people design shit without it being tested and make claims about it that they think will happen?
did you know that hypotheses are often wrong?
did you know they never tried building a WTC and smashing a giant plane into it to figure out if these baseless claims hold up?
did you know that gravity exists when something falls it exerts force on whatever it hits?
did you know there's an absolute shitload of videos all showing the exact same thing happening from a ton of different angles in an era before generative AI existed, proving that it was not some controlled demolition at the foundational level and the building did not crookedly fall from the bottom but rather the tops of the buildings fell and crumpled the floors underneath it by the force of gravity and there are literally like 500 videos all showing this exact same thing happen from like 500 angles that you can slow down and watch in slow motion?
if you're going to do conspiracy theory stuff about 9/11 at least use proven stuff that has merit, like stuff from wikileaks, that has infuriated governments over it being leaked.
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be skeptical of what you are told, but don't be so open minded that your brain falls out of your skull. what would even be the point of the demolition theory? the towers did not need to collapse in order for (insert whoever you think wanted it to happen) to get what they want, the planes just needed to hit the buildings and that would have been enough. the buildings coming down to the ground is not some fucking point of focus or contention for literally anything, and every single person who thinks this is some kind of cover up about how the buildings fell can NEVER explain why there would be a controlled demolition of the towers... after you just flew god damn planes into them. it's nonsensical. they can't give you a reason because there is none. if some group (other than the hamburg cell) was in any way involved in 9/11, and there's a lot of evidence that this IS the case, there is no evidence that they needed to ignite explosives and perform a controlled demolition after the planes hit. why would anyone need that? and based on the video YOU posted, you can see that a controlled demolition looks COMPLETELY different from what happened on 9/11. in a controlled demolition, the entire foundation goes out and the building often tips to the side, and if the building doesnt tip, the entire building moves down at the same time and crumples at the ground floor level. the WTC didn't do this. it didn't tip, and you can see that the lower floors of the WTC are not moving while the top is collapsing. it crumples floor-by-floor. it's standing complete still. there's so many videos of it. look at the giant cloud of debris coming out of the area that is collapsing. look at a controlled demolition. if this was a controlled demolition, it would all be crumpling at the ground level and the giant cloud of smoke and debris would be coming out at the ground level, not at a floor-by floor level as the "crumble point" moves down the length of the tower.
this is nonsensical dude, open your eyes.
>>22328
hope you're doing ok
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>>22328
What happened lad?
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>>22320
My head cannon is Bush just pretended to be retarded for several years, Dick Cheney was the actual retard.

>>22324
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>>22331
I just think the whole owner of the buildings having bought tower insurgence mere days/weeks before September 11th thing is quite the interesting coincidence.
Also in the end it was used as justification to heavily sanction, invade, and over throw two national governments that had fuck all nothing to do with meme 11 all the while countries that actually have a long history of supporting terror such as Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and Israel even today go without sanctions even against their leaders. Funny how CNN, MSNBC, the BBC, and Fox News all pushed the narrative to the point even normieniggers started to ask questions and now they wonder Boomers and Zoomers have more trust in baseless Q-tard posts and Tiktok 'influences' instead, like can you blame them? Not to say those cease pools are an improvement but still legacy media is dying for a good reason, or would anyway way if they weren't getting bailed out constantly.

Of course Corbett is way better and more cohesive in regards to this subject than I am admittedly, I'm to lazy to do the whole times, dates, an names thing.

Why are we talking about the funniest game of jenga again?

>>22328
Had rough day anon? Sorry to hear that. You should get yourself a cool and refreshing smoothie, that won't change how you feel emotionally but at least your body will feel good.
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>>22334
>I just think the whole owner of the buildings having bought tower insurgence mere days/weeks before September 11th thing is quite the interesting coincidence.
did israel have any (significant) stake in the towers because most of the evidence is linking to israeli intelligence, at the very least knowing about the hamburg cell in advance.
>like can you blame them?
i don't. at all. to be honest with you i already feel bad for kinda going a bit hard on that guy because i totally understand why people believe stuff like that but at the same time, i don't want people to go down the wrong paths with this. there's good information and then there's just spinning around in circles in a way that you never get closer to the truth, and the people who don't want you to find the truth win from that.
>Why are we talking about the funniest game of jenga again?
it's not funny even if you're a retarded edgelord, post-9/11 paranoia has been an excuse for rapid acceleration of deterioration of the west, which literally impacts people who are the victims of these kinds of attacks and does not affect the people who orchestrate them. it's a tragedy that is done to you by horrible people, and these same people use this horrible tragedy to buttfuck you because they say you can't be trusted.

it's not funny, it's infuriating, even if you're an unfunny edgelord who thinks people crying on the phone while they're about to die is somehow funny.
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>>22332
thanks bro, you too man
>>22333
Without going into personal details, a lot of bad shit has happened these past few days which is adding itself to what I am already enduring and having to live with. Like jeez, can't catch a break, it starts to wear you down.
>>22334
wouldn't mind a banana smoothie, thanks for the words dude, appreciate it.
Is all this 9/11 stuff being brought up because of what's happening in Taiwan?
>>22291
Gosh she's cute.
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>>22337
>Is all this 9/11 stuff being brought up because of what's happening in Taiwan?
what's happening in taiwan? an anon brought up george bush, that's how it started.
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>>22331
See this is the thing that gets me about a lot of the guys about this or that conspiracy. They totally overcomplicate shit. 
It's like the "school shooting hoax" stuff. Like why would evil people fake a shooting to justify taking away guns and freedoms? They wouldn't they would just kill kids and blame it on a patsy. Or even better they would just allow a real shooter to do his thing without interfering. No paper trail that way.
Faking a school shooting is something that a comic book villain would do.
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>>22338
They had a bad earthquake. Quite a number of buildings have collapsed.
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>>22339
>Like why would evil people fake a shooting to justify taking away guns and freedoms? They wouldn't they would just kill kids and blame it on a patsy. Or even better they would just allow a real shooter to do his thing without interfering. No paper trail that way.
total agreement. and anything pre-generative AI with video and photographic evidence to me is conclusive. although i don't think the anon i kinda shat on (sorry) was saying 9/11 didn't happen but his video was questioning the "how" in a way that is clearly incorrect, and funny enough the video itself has evidence that it's incorrect in the video itself.
>>22340
looking into it
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>>22297
I'm a kickstarter backer. I have every right to bitch and moan when the first demo that made me pay up was more detailed and fun than the final version that was rushed out the door in less than two years after half a decade's work was thrown out because the project manager was retarded and wanted things growing out of scope and multiple engine changes. The devs threatened to walk out, you know? He begged them to come back. It's documented. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1598858095/system-shock/posts/2115044
You should give it a try. I'd welcome an honest discussion John, but first I'd like you to see where I'm coming from. The only reason you found the game good is because it's an inferior version of a good game from three decades ago, but that doesn't mean it isn't a worse version than the original just because it's better than the slop from today.
SSPortable played better and Nightdive legal threatened it into submission. That's just how they run their business. Find old abandonware games people like, threaten fans for sharing it, then sell the fan-patches as their own.
I remember what Nightdive promised, and I know what they didn't deliver.
Please try the original demo before you shoot the messenger.
https://archive.org/details/system-shock-remastered-demo.-7z
>>22342
>kickstarter backer
Whenever I hear about kickstarter, all i can think about is Mighty Number 2...I mean 9
>>22342
>half a decade's work was thrown out because the project manager was retarded and wanted things growing out of scope and multiple engine changes. The devs threatened to walk out, you know? He begged them to come back. It's documented.
im quite aware.
>You should give it a try.
i've wanted to at least give a unity demo of the game a try to see how the engine change feels.
>I'd welcome an honest discussion John, but first I'd like you to see where I'm coming from
sure, but i will say this is a completely different subject, and honestly i wouldn't argue about the mismanagement, you're just right on that front.
>it's an inferior version of a good game from three decades ago
okay, why? because the actual original for one controlled horribly. second of all the assets are an immense upgrade. third it retains, to a point of even retaining identical easter eggs the original had, basically everything that made the original good in my opinion. the thing i spoke on was in regards to the music.
>but that doesn't mean it isn't a worse version than the original just because it's better than the slop from today.
you're right, a game being better than modern goyslop has no bearing on whether or not its better than a game from a past, including a game it remakes. and that wasn't what i was saying.
>SSPortable
can't find anything on this and it's not for a lack of trying, if you have any links to it or at least showing a video of it please post.
>then sell the fan-patches as their own.
did they actually take a fan patch and resell it as their own? that's quite the claim and you're going to have to back that one up.
>Please try the original demo
sure.
>before you shoot the messenger.
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Just confirmed: Tameem Antoniades is no longer at Ninja Theory.

>After requesting a comment from Microsoft’s Xbox division, a spokesperson confirmed Antoniades is no longer at the studio. It remains unclear when he actually left the company, though he’s been getting lots of traveling in since a bittersweet post made way back in 2020.

>“Goodbye-not-goodbye to my new and oldish friends. Live long and prosper”, the ex-writer and director said on his Instagram. Since this post he has seemingly had no public connection to the team and the game.

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I wonder what he's gonna do now.
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>>22345
he kinda looks like donte wtf, was that him inserting himself as a character
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>>22345
>Just FUCK YOU my tameem up
I bet all my money (lmao) that he is going to try to start his own studio, this dude's got too much of an ego to work in some other already established team.
>>22342
since i have you here and you're knowledgeable since you're a kickstarter backer, can you tell me what demos were released or link to some page that lists what demos were released or something? or maybe my memory is bad and there was only 1
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I like one piece... One piece swim suits.

>>22337
>Is all this 9/11 stuff being brought up because of what's happening in Taiwan?
I was under the impression it got brought up in a broad discussion about the war on terror in general because of the alleged ISIS attack in that Moscow theater. I'm vaguely aware  of the fact that Taiwan recently got hit pretty badly but an earthquake and the CCP has used it as an excuse to fly over their airspace with fighter jets and drones several times since Taiwan's native air force can't as easily rapidly respond  with their infrastructure all messed up, which of course is nothing new since the PLA's air force has been trying to ware down Taiwan's resources for years now by forcing them to constantly be in a state of high alert which you can image waste fuel and that's an unfortunate catch 22 since if they don't respond by launching their planes to intercept and escort Mainland military aircraft out they'd slowly become complacent and eventually could be caught off guard so it's a shitty situation either way for the Taiwanese and they don't have the luxury of a fuck ton of land to store more fighter jets like the Chinese mainland does. Heck Mainland China flying uninvited military aircraft over their neighbors airspace isn't even unique to Taiwan, they do the same to the Philippines too.
Not sure what that has to do with 911 though.

In retrospect the Soviet Union and Warsaw pack really were thinking more practically when they designed the MIG line of fighter jets, sure it's got it's limitations when compared to the US F-16 and F-35 but one of the very important perks of having a fleet of MIG's is when your airstrips do inevitably get bombed and mind you just a few potholes from mortar fire is enough to make it impossible to take off safely well that's when the MIG truly shines since it's built to be able to take off from even moderately maintained roads, well not all MIG's since there's a lot of variant's but yeah they're less picky when compared to their Western count parts.

I dunno maybe Taiwan should invest in aircraft carriers even if they're a big money burning meme by today's standards given how accurate anti ship missiles are now but at least ships can move, airports can't. Well assuming they don't already have an aircraft carrier anyway and again it remains to be seen how they'd fair against a country that isn't a helpless and corrupt 3rd world shithole with a paper tiger army.

Sorry about the autistic rant about planes and boats.

>>22335
I think it's funny in a dark humor kinda way and funny in retrospect as a time capsule of a time when people still kinda trusted the mainstream news and how that rightfully degraded over time, remember the 20 so different times we successfully assassinated Osama  Bin Ladin? Make no mistake I'm not laughing of the senseless destruction of life and property both in the terror attack and the nearly pointless wars that followed after but rather our retarded response to it.
Also the way I see it is tyrants and busybodies most of all despise humor especially when it's at their expense plus humor is a great way to convey truth so I say laugh since they can't outlaw having a sense of humor, laugh at our leaders and their fake moralfag agendas.

>>22340
>Quite a number of buildings have collapsed.
Oh yeah that makes sense, thankfully from what I've read the actually death toll as of now is quite low for earthquake standards, I suspect people had a good early warning.

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>>22344
TL;DR but I suspect this is another example of the cart before the horse taking place?
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>>22349
>laugh at our leaders and their fake moralfag agendas.
yeah i laugh at shit like government incompetence and hypocrisy, but when you said 9/11 was funny i just assumed you meant laughing at evil acts
>TL;DR but I suspect this is another example of the cart before the horse taking place?
depends on what you mean by that, you'll have to elaborate. i'm guessing you're assigning one of the games as the cart and the other as the horse?
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>>22346
>he kinda looks like donte wtf, was that him inserting himself as a character
Wouldn't surprise me. That's been a theory since day one. He has denied the allegation, if I remember correctly, but I don't have that interview saved.
>>22344
>can't find anything on this and it's not for a lack of trying
https://www.systemshock.org/index.php?topic=211.0
Literally the first result, John, what are you doing?
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>>22352
using duckduckgo.
https://duckduckgo.com/?q=%22ssportable%22&ia=web
only hit i get is this, on page 3.
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>>22352
oh i tried youtube as well
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>>22327
256 colors.
Here's also the original image and the version used in that machine (converted from BMP).
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>>22348
There are at least five demos (or four versions of two different demos) that were all backers only.
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>>22331
No steel frame building suffering from extreme fire damage since 911 has collapsed at free fall speeds.
Not the British apartment tower that was burned out by brown people cooking on gas stoves that failed, not the frequent chinesium grade steel apartments gutted by fires.
Those 3 buildings were unique in the modern history of steel frame buildings.

>did you know that people design shit without it being tested and make claims about it that they think will happen?
>did you know they never tried building a WTC and smashing a giant plane into it to figure out if these baseless claims hold up?
The math behind loads for steel frame buildings is easy enough that 1960's computers could accurately calculate the loads experienced by a plane wrecking members.
Furthermore, the typical factor of safety for steel frame buildings is 4 - 6, meaning each member has a conservative design strength of 4-6x what is necessary for design loads (a 707 hitting a member).
>did you know that gravity exists
Get a statics and dynamics text book, and work through it.

911 was hollywood.
>see plane hit building fast with big boom
>of course it's going to fall!
The real answer is that the towers were brought down to destabilize the US, and encourage it to go to war with enemies of Israel.
The planes were the distraction, the towers were brought down by controlled demolition.
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/228660396_Active_Thermitic_Material_Discovered_in_Dust_from_the_911_World_Trade_Center_Catastrophe
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>https://archive.ph/uOf3M
DLsite is refusing payments from visa, mastercard, and american express temporarily. Presumably the tag concessions weren't enough to appease them, though they still have the new tags up for now.  
>>22349
>I was under the impression it got brought up in a broad discussion about the war on terror in general because of the alleged ISIS attack in that Moscow theater.
I just watched a video about his masterclass recently and the thought of bush being too stupid to be involved got stuck in my mind. I mean he literally says he didn't understand anything and keep asking questions so much he got the nickname "butter knife" for being inquisitive.
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>>22358
>DLsite is refusing payments from visa, mastercard, and american express temporarily
Even if it may end up fucking over western customers in the long run.  
It feels like the credit card companies wanted them to be squeaky clean of by removing the entire tags and the games associated with them permanently.
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LA BLUE GIRL DELETED SCENES FINALLY FOUND!
For years, these were though to be lost media.

A little story:

>In the uncensored version of the anime, all the sexual scenes involving the little ninja guy, Nin-nin, were deleted for some retarded reason, (apparently back then censors thought that any short character could be considered underage) and people thought for years that these scene were lost forever.

>Alongside these, there's also a bonus scene that wasn't even present in the original Japanese version, where Miko Mido gets teleported to a classroom where a bunch of punks molest her, right before teleported to the S&M club for the dominatrix scene.

It would be cool if someone with the right skills could put these forgotten scenes back in and make an uncut version of the hentai anime.

Unfortunately, the classroom scene is lower in resolution, only 320x240, so if someone has the right AI upscale software, it would be better to first upscale this one to 640x480 to match the rest of the anime before putting it back in.

Also, all these scenes, since they never left Japan, are sadly still censored, it would be cool if a drawfag with the right skills could also edit the censored frames so that the final release could be uncut AND uncensored.

There you go:

https://files.catbox.moe/ws1vfm.7z
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>>22360
>AI upscale
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I watched a video where some guy pronounced Ryu as "Rah-you" and I wanted to stop watching right there, lol.
>>22355
It looks great anon, thanks for sharing.
>>22360
Please spoiler anything showing nipples/genitals next time.
>>22358
>DLsite is refusing payments from visa, mastercard, and american express temporarily. Presumably the tag concessions weren't enough to appease them, though they still have the new tags up for now.  
They are really trying to bully their way through this one, the way I see it DLSite might opt for having their own national payment systems and dropping international markets altogether.
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>>22362
>They are really trying to bully their way through this one
That they are. I heard the reason pixiv got fucked up so bad is that most of their income came from abroad. That isn't the came for dlsite so hopefully they won't nuke their catalogue. 
For now you can still get use the cards to get eroges by buying points instead but who knows how long that'll be available for.
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they're not going after big, corporate real-life porn that i can see. isn't that interesting?
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>>22365
But anon, that porn is legal and regulated. These are evil people drawing illegal cartoons. 
Mindgeek is a completely legal and legitimate business that just gets barely 18 girls into pornography pushing themes of incest, cheating, and prostitution and has their pornstars acting in a way that appeals to young children, sometimes with stories and imagery that implies one party is underage and/or being taken advantage of. 
Credit card companies say that by allowing people to buy something with their cards is equivalent to supporting it themselves, and obviously they wouldn't support evil and illegal activities. 
If I had more autism I'd try to push feminists into attacking them. I've seen hardcore feminists being angry at 3d porn before.
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>>22366
feminists went after porn and kike media never picked it up because they realized that objective didn't serve them in any way.
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I was wondering who these characters who Butterchalk often draws (pic 1) are, as it turns out they are in fact commissions from OC by another artist who also makes some nice stuff. Which I am posting here (2-5)
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>>22368
if system shock kickstarter anon is still here allow me to build upon my previous post here: >>22344
1. i cannot find any evidence they "legally threatened" SSPortable. the game was once abandonware, now its not. likely out of courtesy and out of new risk for DMCA, they turned it into a mod and directed people to get a copy of the game now that it's available easily again. the project didn't even shut down at all, the mod for the game still exists, so you can still have SSPortable. i think your post, especially the way its written, is beyond misleading, i would qualify it as dishonest.
2. i've found no evidence that nightdive took the SSPortable mod and sold it. i'm calling bullshit.
3. i've tried the latest version of the unity demo (august 2016). i am quite pleased with, imo, how much better the unreal version is. the design, color, the amount of detail put in the rooms on the unreal version is vastly superior imo. really glad i tried the unity version, i'm confident we probably got the best thing we were going to get despite the delays.

i think that addresses everything, i still think system shock remake is a good remake and a good video game, and i think your complaints sadly further illustrate my point as to why trying to appeal to "this audience" is impossible because people will complain no matter what to a point of seemingly making shit up
>>22366
That comment about Mindgeek is also making me remember what happened with ((( PornHub ))).
Very interesting, isn't it?
>>22362
>It looks great anon, thanks for sharing.
You're welcome.
I did forget to mention that the image was reduced to 256 colors before saving it as a BMP, that's why it looks good. If I saved it with the original color depth it would've looked different.
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I like it because it’s relatable.
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I think his old friends are right, he was definitely ahead of his time as an artist.
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>>22373
>uploading someone's terrible 30 second cut of the song in an awful 9:16 phone aspect ratio, from fucking tiktok
>not just uploading the original song
ew, jesus. here, let me show you how it's done.
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technically evrery gun is a shot gun
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So uh, Spintires. I am trying to figure out what the last "good" releases of the game were before it was ruined by the publisher and by the developer before that (allegedly) or at the very least one of them.
For those out of the loop, the story goes as follows: Pavel Zagrebelny developed a simple tech demo in 2009 for some Intel competition where he showcases terrain deformation using Havok physics or some shit and multithreading in games. After not winning this competition, he still decided to run with the idea and made a Kickstarter for the game which was succesful. I don't know around which point in time during this he met UK based publisher Oovee but that's where things start to get muddy.
So the game releases on Steam and sells really well, this was back in 2014. Not long passes until Pavel is in fact told that he doesn't get to bring friends any longer, he is kicked from the team and game he created while seemingly alleging that he wasn't paid by Oovee.
Some time later, mouthbreathing mongoloids on reddit or something began to claim that Zagrebelnyy hid "time bombs" inside the game after his dispute and these were starting to be set off, effectively making the game unplayable for all game owners. Oovee claimed this was false and they were talkingthings over with Zagrebelnyy to fix the issues with the game and what might've caused it.
Zagrebelnyy went on to announce "Spintires: MudRunner - American Wilds Edition" in collaboration with Saber Interactive, which had to be renamed to simply "MudRunner" because of Oovee owning the Spintires name.
Despite this fact and having MudRunner succesfully become a franchise of its own with sequels and ports (even a fucking mobile port, how does that work ew) even to this day, Oovee decided to keep Spintires going, releasing further content updates for the game including Workshop support and the like. In 2022 after a legal dispute with Saber Interactive, Oovee delisted Spintires from sale on Steam.
Now I don't know when the last substantial update for Spintires was released, let alone what the last good one was since people are claiming that Oovee eventually kind of ruined or otherwise diluted the experience, I do wonder what the version before the "time bomb" was and if it can even be found online anymore.
I did manage to find the original 2009 tech demo which looks radically different from the Kickstarter product
https://www.worldofmods.com/spin-tires/download/10-spin-tires-v10-beta-2009-demo-level.html
As well as a tech demo from June 6, 2013
https://www.worldofmods.net/spin-tires/download/40-spintires-tech-demo-v13-june-060613-rus-eng.html
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Well I found Spintires Legacy 2 build (03.03.2016) which was seemingly removed from Steam on the description for a Youtube video
https:/yewtu.be/watch?v=K_w76QoIqwc
It might be an untouched copy but I still won't post it here just in case.
As for getting my hands on a 2014 build of the game, preferably before the "sabotage", well I've had no luck yet. The developers seem to offer a legacy 2015 build on Steam though if you own the game.
>>22364
It's absolutely revolting what these kikes are doing but honestly not surprising.
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>>22378
Legacy Build 2*
>>22378
Have you tried cs rin? They tend to share demos and deleted games, so it's possible someone still has it there.
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>>22377
this is interesting, i've never heard of this
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>>22380
I should try searching for it there.
As for the dropbox link that you can find on the youtube description above, it seems that the SpinTires.exe file found inside is detected as malicious by at least one vendor (Malwarebytes) using VirusTotal and there's this comment as well which I can't make sense of
>>22381
Yeah it's really interesting and I honestly wish there was like an easy way to find the unfucked version of the game before this all transpired.
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I was looking up Bigfoot footage and found a comment made by someone born during the silent generation, if still around this person should be 90 by now.
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>>22383
Very touching. It must be nice being able to enjoy your last years surrounded by such a big family. I hope he's ok.
>>22376
That isnt true if the gun is never shot. If that were to occur it would be an unshot gun.
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>>22376
>>22385
>calling a rooty tooty point and shooty a "gun"
>>22247
>Memories of Murder
all i know about it is that it was inspired by first serial murders in korea https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lee_Choon-jae ,quite a story, they couldn't catch him for many years
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How good is Kemono Friends? i’m trying to watch it but haven’t seen the reason it’s so popular. I really like animes with dark twisted stories.
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>>22388
keep watching, the dark twist happens in season 2 :)
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>>22389
>season 2
NO SUCH THING AS SEASON 2
IT NEVER HAPPENED
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I ended up playing the latest version of Spintires (2021) after testing both 2014 and 2016 builds. It features more content than any prior versions while sustaining the same insane optimization. What I did notice is that the new textures look a bit more saturated which might be a deal breaker for some, but it's hardly noticeable.
>>22387
Oh I wasn't aware of this. Interesting
>>22388
The charm lies on the show being comfy while having a shoestring budget. It makes for an odd watching experience.
My biggest gripe with Spintires is the lack of full controller support so I can't position the winch or choose loads with a controller, that might be one reason to play Mudrunner over this. But I am still having fun, just a bit awkward.
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>>22393
Hello
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>>22394
>>22374
I just saw this,  I am inclined to agree with his friends as well. I wonder just how well it would've done had it been released during the internet era.
On that note, I would like to see a new adaptation of Megaten that strays from the Atlus mythos and solely uses the novel as source.
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Poor Mel...
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>>22399
>pic
i have several questions
>>22399
>the fucking size of that hole 
3dpd truly are disgusting
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lol
>>22402
My sources say it was because the amount of counterfeit apes being passed around to purchase food.
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>>22402
>this is written by the same woman who spends all day writing about how "incels" are bad on wikipedia
lol
>I was able to track down the transaction, and at the exact time of transfer, 2 $APE were priced at $21.92. The value of $APE has increased by 20% since then, so the purchaser lost out on those earnings by spending them at that time
just wait, "tokens" all suffer the same fate.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyramid_scheme#See_also
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ponzi_scheme#See_also
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
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>Jonathan Nolan explains some of the best parts of filming the Fallout series, 'we stuck human fingers in the mouth of the Gulper' 
<"We really wanted to have a high level of fidelity to the costumes and props," Nolan explains to me during an interview. "We looked at all the games, but we looked at Fallout 4, probably more than any of the other games." 
<"My second idea was to lightly modify the T-60 to accommodate the fact that I was concerned that the jetpack sequence in which it lands and departs from Filly would look clunky, phony, and goofy," Nolan explains. The VFX team could do a great rendition of the suit, but what was challenging was all the interactive stuff when the jetpack hits the dirt and blows bits of tin cans or whatever. I just knew that it would never look quite right."
>using fallout 4 as your main source of inspiration instead of the whole series
>being afraid of something in fucking fallout looking "goofy"
oh god, is the shitshow even out already?
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>>22403
It was Seth Green's ape
>>22404
>tracking down the ape
lmao why is this so fucking stupid
>>22405
>See also
>United States Postal Inspection Service
huh
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>>22406
>huh
the articles for cryptocurrency and non-fungible tokens are listed under "see also" on articles about fraud, that's what i was amused by
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>>22407
yeah i saw that i just don't udnerstand the link between the us postal inspection service and ponzi schemes
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>youtube apparently has a hidden setting that restricts the videos that get recommended to you 
>no one knows the criteria but people who have it on have reportedly missed months of uploads from channels they were subscribed to 
>it's on by default 
>this feature is also so hidden most youtube employees don't even know it exists and won't be able to help you if that's what's causing you problems 
So now the subscribe that became subscribe and hit the bell is now subscribe and hit the bell and turn off the hidden feature in your settings and hope that's all you have to do. 
I've stopped using my account when they started with the google+ bullshit and by every single metric it seems having a youtube account is the objectively inferior way to use youtube. I'm not surprised it's bad but I'm surprised it is that bad. 
>>22402
>the value of speculative goods fluctuate and this is bad because they might fluctuate in the future 
What a stupid fucking retard. 
>>22405
lmao
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>>22409
oh do not call that shit "goods" lmfao, kek
>What a stupid fucking retard. 
its a woman who literally sits around on wikipedia all day writing articles about evil incels, i'm serious, look her up.
leave it to a woman to not be able to write a good argument against "tokens" which anyone with an IQ over 50 can tell you was literally a bunch of micro-pyramid-schemes in short succession.
>>22409
certain youtube personalities have been denouncing for years how they are essentially blacklisted from shwoing up in feeds and upload notifications from subscribers. youtube has also allegedly been shown to unsubscribe people from certain channels after a certain period of time.
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>the fucking wordplay on this episode 
>>22411
>unsubscribe people from certain channels 
Funny you mention this, I just saw a comment about it on a video I was watching.
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>>22412
That's my favorite show. The writing is perfect. Almost every single line over the entire series is layered with jokes (actual funny ones at that). Each episode is short, but they condensed so much into them.
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Did you guys enjoy the eclipse?
>>22414
this is so weird, i was literally thinking about solar eclipses earlier not realizing that yesterday or today depending where you live was the first eclipse of the year.
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>>22414
the what now
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>>22416
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_eclipse
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>>22417
i wasn't even aware of an ongoing eclipse
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>>22418
>ongoing
its not ongoing
this /digi/ is the new /r9k/. I used to spend so much time on /r9k/ back then when other smaller imageboards were popping up.
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>>22420
i feel like this /digi/ can actually capture what makes a true /r9k/ board.
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>>22414
Unfortunately I was asleep till 1 am. All I saw was a crapton of clouds and light sprinkles rain outside.
Never playing vidya till 4 am ever again.
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>>22425
>especially if they're bastards
Children are only shit if their parents are shit.
>>22427
Not even being born retarded or with downs is going to fuck you up as much as having shit parents, fagatha. 
Your parents are what instill your basic values during the most critical years of your life. Even with the most perfect genetics and 200 iq if they don't teach you to behave you're going to grow up to be an entitled faggot incapable of doing anything but blaming others for your self inflicted problems. I know functional spergs, and if your parents cared for you as much as theirs did maybe you would have grown up to be functional as well.
>>22430
I see you're still unable to understand basic English. 
I'll stop replying now, there's no sense in arguing with an ESL commie who makes up meanings for the few words he thinks he understands.
tbh i like agatha fag. say what you will about his views, but he does keep things interesting
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>>22433
He's the lame and boring version of chris chan.
>>22416
>>22423
Jeez I feel bad now. I should have give /digi/ a heads up about it.
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I had to switch the batteries of my AC remote and I just realized it's been running off the same batteries for at least the last 10 years. 
It's a weird feeling. I've been increasingly frustrated with modern technology and seeing this pinnacle of efficiency and simplicity that is an old remote kind of reminded me why I got into tech stuff in the first place. It's like the scene in a movie where the dying old man sees a picture of his late wife and thinks of what could have been.
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what in the goddamn
I removed the schizophrenic.
was watching vinesauce vinny playing NES games with a 35 year old NES controller that still worked (for the most part), i wonder if modern controllers with lots of moving parts are as durable. I somehow don't see it.
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>>22437
I just saw this post and I realized how it aligns for the most part with my thoughts above, lol.
>>22437
>I had to switch the batteries of my AC remote
>I've been increasingly frustrated with modern technology
i don't blame you, reminder that non-replaceable batteries are a common thing now.
>>22440
While the simplicity helps the fact is that people just don't care anymore.  Modern stuff usually have many moving parts, but when 90% of the issues can be traced to just a few parts that's more indicative of the quality rather than the complexity. 
Hell, there's an entire autistic country made just to build overly-complex bullshit and have it be reliable. The G11 is the clunkiest piece of shit from a manufacturing standpoint but it's only flaw was the ammo.
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>>22440
well some modern controllers are in some aspects, i can't speak to individual buttons like if the current year xbox controller will have its right side buttons last as long as, say, the NES controller, but i do know that the n64 analog stick was very poorly made and modern analog sticks hold up much better. what's the problem with switch joycons again? its the analog stick/drifting again, right? seems nintendo just can't make sticks.
>>22445
>switch joycons again? its the analog stick/drifting again, right? seems nintendo just can't make sticks.
I think so. It's some fragile plastic shit that gets thrown out of whack from the slightest use. It's not really surprising given it's made to break so you have to buy another one. 
It's a shame joysticks with hall effect sensors only became a thing well into the consumerist era. If that had become the standard before modern controllers would be so much better.
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So uh people involved with the whole SBI/GG2.0 ordeal on twatter have uncovered some shit.
>"Bridge" is another DEI-driven initiative that not only wants to impact gaming, but also every facet of your life.
>one of it's clients is The Mastercard Foundation
>their new initiative "Bridge 2.0" seems to line up with the crackdown on art platforms among other things
Here's some further reading
https://nitter.poast.org/KirscheVerstahl/status/1744225060171207088
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>>22444
I get this feeling that not caring also extends to and includes the idea that hardware longevity doesn't align with "buying the latest thing". If they build a durable controller, people will see little to no reason to replace it. I don't know though.
>>22445
Don't quote me on this but I believe that the c-stick from the Gamecube controller was similarly lackluster.
Then again I think the Wii Classic controller (original) had analog triggers and was generally considered to be of good quality but due to patent issues it was discontinued and to this day, I don't believe Nintendo has had any other controller with analog triggers.
>>22444
Germany is truly the Japan of Europe.
In Japan for example, they made those over-engineered mechanical pencils, just to write.
>>22445
The most common problem with modern controls is the joystick drift, i had a few xbox controllers and all had this problem with the right joystick, and the ps4 controllers were even worse, with problems in both on them and in the triggers and the cheap plastic feels sticky, i cleaned that shit and it still feels weird. Never had a problem with a ps2 controller, and it have literally the same features that a modern controller, and cost 50$ less.
>>22447
The wii controller was good, the thing i most hated was the batteries, i remember having to replace the batteries a lot.
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>>22447
>analog triggers
I think the DS3 is easily one of the best controllers from a usability standpoint even if not the best quality. My f310 has the worst triggers and it hurts to use for extended periods of time, but my ds3 was extremely comfortable until it started getting joystick drift then I took it apart to fix it and haven't touched since. 
Still the controller is pretty good but you can't buy it anymore because the fags at sony licensed the name for chinkshit companies. The "official" ds3s around are built from the cheapest chinesium and sold at oem prices despite not having a fraction of the quality. 
>>22448
>Germany is truly the Japan of Europe
No. Japan is Japan and Germany is Germany. Japan makes things as simple as they can be, Germans makes things as simple as they have to be but not any simpler. Nips see beauty in simplicity, hans just wants to satisfy his autism. 
Granted, I would trust in a product built by either.
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>>22448
>The wii controller was good, the thing i most hated was the batteries, i remember having to replace the batteries a lot.
That was my main gripe with using the Wii as well, particularly the fact that you plugged the classic controller on the fucking wiimote instead of the console itself.
>>22449
I've had to remove one of the rumble motors from my DS3 but it otherwise still works, it's a few years old too. Linux has native driver support for it but you can use dshidmini on windows which is pretty good and can support several input types.
>Still the controller is pretty good but you can't buy it anymore because the fags at sony licensed the name for chinkshit companies. The "official" ds3s around are built from the cheapest chinesium and sold at oem prices despite not having a fraction of the quality. 
I guess I dodged that by virtue of having an older one from the period when the console was still being manufactured.
>>22446
>I think so. It's some fragile plastic shit that gets thrown out of whack from the slightest use.
there are some actuators in the n64 one that literally bend and erode, yeah.
>It's a shame joysticks with hall effect sensors only became a thing well into the consumerist era. If that had become the standard before modern controllers would be so much better.
the nice thing is that the n64 joystick is extremely easy to replace and there are designs made for it that are completely different. the n64 controller's joystick is not soldered in, it's PLUGGED in to the board. nice. this makes fixing these old controllers easy and there are companies making better sticks for them, so if the rest of your controller still works, you can put in something better for the stick.
>>22447
shitcoin tards have never had a better argument in history if 99% of them weren't "hodling" it like it's stonks.
>>22448
i haven't been able to wear down a modern controller myself. then again i haven't touched consoles in a long time, i've been on pc since the 2000s
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>>22451
>the nice thing is that the n64 joystick is extremely easy to replace and there are designs made for it that are completely different
Cool, do you know if there are replacements for the Gamecube sticks? I wonder if that's been an issue for Smash retards.
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>>22452
there are, at least i have seen a few of legendary chinese quality.
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>>22452
>Cool, do you know if there are replacements for the Gamecube sticks?
i don't know, look up a teardown on youtube and see if they unplug like the n64. if they do, probably, especially if the c sticks are starting to go bad.
>I wonder if that's been an issue for Smash retards.
smash retards use controllers rebuilt from the board up iirc.
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i would play smash if there was cute little girls on it
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>>22453
chinesium sticks, their thumbsticks probably give you callouses if they aren't that great. I've had my thumbs get all fucked from using bootleg ps3 controllers in the past
>>22454
I just saw footage of people replacing the thumbstick itself but not the entire joystick, albeit it seems like you can find both the former and latter for sale. I'm guessing it requires a soldering iron.
>>22455
You can play as pac-man :^)
though i'm really sad that some of the modding-friendly smash clones on PC like fraymakers didn't really catch on, i would have liked to play that and see all the community created characters
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>>22456
I have seem a lot of doujin smash clones, but all of very low quality. Someone should make something like the gmod of fighting games or something.
>pacman
if pacman was a loli would it be called pac-loli?
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>>22457
>something like the gmod of fighting games or something.
That's essentially what Fraymakers is and there's a similar title called Smack Studio. Both of them failed pretty miserably because the Smash community is retarded and would rather stick to Nintendo's paid-online console shit or aging hardware. Maybe if a decompilation project for Melee ever reaches completion, something can come out of that.
>>22457
>if pacman was a loli would it be called pac-loli?
wait yeah. also what an awfully convenient image you posted lol
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>>22458
I think the ideal should be 3d so people can just import the 3d models from other games, mmd or elsewhere.
>wait yeah. also what an awfully convenient image you posted lol
i did it on purpose.
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so there's this youtuber who does gun stuff and he's running for congress against a republican who votes FOR things like gun control and letting illegal spics into america. essentially, he's running against a guy who is a mole for the left. he gets people to vote for him just because it says "republican" on the ballot but it's clear he works for the other side.
what is so interesting about focusing on a small election like this that is decided by a small group of americans, probably only like tens of thousands, is watching the mole's tactics. they are literally the same "oy vey he's not right wing enough for you" shit where they misquote him and attack his character, literally the same D&C tactics being used all across the world to try to get right-wingers to turn on their own, probably in order to install moles into government. this is actually fascinating, some mole who votes left on every issue (ban guns, let illegal beaners into the country, etc) is trying to "call out" his opposition as basically being a mole. clearly, it's projection.
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>>22458
>the Smash community is retarded
Aren't pedos in there too?
>Maybe if a decompilation project for Melee ever reaches completion, something can come out of that.
If there are any then they should be careful because Nintendo doesn't play nice with stuff like that (then again the Mario 64 decompilation is still up on Github of all places so who knows).
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>>22461
>Aren't pedos in there too?
the smash community is so awful it reminded us that even women rape kids.
>If there are any then they should be careful because Nintendo doesn't play nice with stuff like that
they also don't like the melee scene at all and DMCA'd a tournament which i don't even know if that would hold up in court but it would have cancelled the event either way while it was litigated, but they eventually withdrew it. honestly with nintendo going after emulators, im thinking slippi is probably next.
idk why communities don't realize the people making the content they enjoy are completely at odds with them, or if they do, why they don't leave for greener pastures. especially when there's "smash clone" stuff on pc that will probably work like, indefinitely. and the creators would probably be happy to sponsor a tournament and even show up and voice their support for the community because it's good for business.
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>>22459
I am inclined to agree, 3D probably has a lower entry barrier and allows for a wider gamut of movement choices without having to draw several new frames for each one.
>>22460
So an actual second amendment advocate is going up against a RINO kike.
Reminds me of this supposedly christian or catholic "pro choice" account elsewhere i saw once which was absolutely revolting and as soon as people started calling them out as jews they blocked any replies.
>>22461
>If there are any then they should be careful because Nintendo doesn't play nice with stuff like that (then again the Mario 64 decompilation is still up on Github of all places so who knows).
I think the key difference lays on the fact that a native port of their best brawler would actively direct people towards it since I don't think they are making much money off SM64 these days.
It also helps that the decomp project uses no original code or assets from the game.
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Also yes, to answer the question, the Smash community is crawling with creeps, which sucks for anyone who just wants to play the fucking game.
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>>22464
>It also helps that the decomp project uses no original code or assets from the game.
that's surely wrong, it's not a decompilation then. a clean-room implementation of both code and assets could still be taken down for featuring mario as well which is the intellectual property of nintendo.
by this point though as many would say, just make an entirely different 3d platformer.
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also im pretty sure the decomp project is the opposite, it uses 100% code and assets from nintendo because when you compile it, it hashes identically to the stock rom, which means it should be an exact match to nintendo's source code.
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>>22465
i knew one person through online games who dated multiple minors and another who talked about encounters with minors. they both attended smash tourneys regularly.
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>>22466
I believe all MIPS code was translated to modern C, changing variable names accordingly and so and so...don't quote me on it though.
>>22467
Well you need to provide all assets yourself no? Does that change anything?
>>22468
Good fucking lord, what is it with nintendo games and attracting awful people. 
it's similar with the MOTHER/Earthbound community attracting fucking weirdoes and fujoshit
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>>22469
>I believe all MIPS code was translated to modern C
yeah that's reverse engineering. mario 64 was surely written in C and then compiled for the mips architecture of the hardware. when they reverse-engineered it, they got the C code literally perfect to a point that when you compile it (for n64 hardware, for mips) the rom is a 100% exact match of the official rom released by nintendo. which means they took the rom and successfully reverse-engineered an exact replica of the source code from it. which makes what you said here:
>It also helps that the decomp project uses no original code or assets from the game.
about them being legally in the clear incorrect to a point of being literally 100% incorrect. it's literally a 100% match of nintendo's intellectual property.
>Well you need to provide all assets yourself no? Does that change anything?
ask every other reverse engineering retard that put their shit up on github and got DMCA'd and sued. no, that doesn't matter in the slightest
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>>22470
I see, well thanks for clearing things up.
also to clarify im not calling them retards for reverse engineering and porting games, im calling them retards for the fact that every single one of them uses github, discord, and patreon exclusively and tons of them do it under their real names.
>>22469
probably same with pokemon, being the main cast is generally a bunch of 10-12 year olds. also should have added they were the only two people i personally knew who attended smash tourneys. literally nobody else i have ever met through the internet or in person has mentioned it. it's weird because smash actually doesn't have many child characters.
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I've been thinking, and a 2d fighting game with mod support is literally mugen.
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>>22473
There's something about colorful characters attracting spergs I read somewhere and it proved why Sonic and MLP were so popular, lmao.
>>22474
I used to watch people play those massive completely unbalanced MUGEN games that had like Simpsons characters fighting japanese memes and shit, good times.
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>>22475
>I used to watch people play those massive completely unbalanced MUGEN games that had like Simpsons characters fighting japanese memes and shit, good times.
there was a tournament where the grand prize, i shit you not, was a lewd astolfo dakimakura or something i think
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>>22475
>unbalanced MUGEN
that shit were the best, homer simpson was so OP as a character. The thing is that every author makes the character upon different standards, and when you mix up all of them you end up with a unbalanced mess, having a powerless SSJ85 goku and a OP petter griffin that kills everyone with two hits.
Nowadays, MUGEN comes with networking, we should make one and play it, and when i say we, i mean you guys tell me your favourite autistic characters, stages or songs and i will put them on an unbalanced mesh, something like dejiko vs hitler with linkin park on the background.
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>>22476
>"Can I get a Mcdonalds meal instead?"
>>22477
Yeah I don't think that anyone making most mugen shit ever takes balance into account let alone trying to rebalance the roster, which honestly probably makes things funnier.
>Nowadays, MUGEN comes with networking, we should make one and play it, and when i say we, i mean you guys tell me your favourite autistic characters, stages or songs and i will put them on an unbalanced mesh, something like dejiko vs hitler with linkin park on the background.
Shit nigger that sounds fun we should get fucking mr. bean and like konata from lucky star in there lol
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jewtube keeps recommending me leftist brainrot despite the fact that all i watch is either
>clearly apolitical
>right leaning or at the very least anti-DEI
pic related

also the teaser trailer for the new joker movie which is actually a musical is out, i wonder just how shit this will be.
>>22479
>jewtube keeps recommending me leftist brainrot
fucking same dude, they are going hard on this lately. for like the past month i am getting borderline forcefed kikeshit in the recommended. youtube clearly does not understand how autistic i am and these non-argument fallacy-ridden video essays don't do shit to me other than make me laugh or facepalm. get fucking real.
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>>22480
Considering just how hard Twitter was being manipulated pre-Elon, I am going to assume that Youtube is practicing the same shit.
>>22479
>Youtube video essays
same man, i hate those video essays for redditors. The tittles are so pretentious. They are so dumb, man, if you're going to make an essay, maybe start for reading proper essays or something, or maybe knowing about the subject you are going to talk about helps.
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>>22482
What anon, you don't want to hear the long, musing sentences of someone who likes Donkey Kong 64 way too much?
>if you're going to make an essay, maybe start for reading proper essays or something, or maybe knowing about the subject you are going to talk about helps.
At their  best they might read wikipedia and like a brief summary of a book, if you are looking for gaming ones the absolute depth of their research tends to boil down to like "I read hardcore gaming 101 and shmuplations, therefore now i know everything"
they think that using a thesaurus and having fancy transition sequences makes them sound smart while they are saying absolutely nothing meaningful.
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Ok guys, i am going to make a mugen, write me your suggestions in this txt
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>>22484
nice
>>22484
fuck i literally found fighting sprites of dejiko recently, i have no idea where they were now
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>>22486
there's the entire cast of digi charat for mugen, an autistic chilean did it.
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>>22487
where can i find characters
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>>22488
I remember I found a lot of rare stuff for MUGEN on niconico's BBS years ago
http://bbs.nicovideo.jp/test/read.cgi/question/1427003932/
here's an example, they tend to post download links to the characters.
but there's western sites as well https://mugenarchive.com/forums/downloads.php?do=cat&id=1-characters
then again i don't know shit about this, i'm just butting in
good fucking lord waiting for a repack to finish isntalling literally takes more time than downloading the game regularly
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>>22490
whodunit
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>>22491
fitgirl repacks
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>>22492
shitgirl
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>>22483
Donkey Kong 64 is an accurate representation of what the living conditions at Detroit are.
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>>22490
cryptomined.biz
>>22494
nah donkey kong is actually fun
>>22488
I use these two pages principally, the old mugenarchive is gatekeeped or something, i read that if your ISP is not american, they ban you automatically. I tried an american VPN and it doesn't work too, it seems there was a drama in 2020, because the admins banned like everyone and restricted 75% of the downloads.

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>>22460
Brandon Brandon Herrera? Yeah he's a pretty cool lad even if he occasionally builds firearm abominations like that fake Bren made from an upside down AK receiver. This is why I emphasized my disappointment and indifference towards Federal elections since that has a tendency of filtering out decent people because the old hag neocons/neolibs continue to do everything in their power to stay in power till they inevitably drop like flies, meanwhile local and state elections do actually a real difference.

Side note I also find it funny how native Texan spics including Brandon himself are one of the more outspoken groups who don't wanna get flooded with illegal Central Americans, proof that the whole 'LatinX' unity thing is a fucking meme and leftists only wholeheartedly believe it because of their own internalized racial self hatred, the 'right'/rhino's however I assume do this not because they suffer from the same mental illness the left does but rather because they're loyal Shaboo goys.

So how long do you think it will take for You CoprorateShillTube to crack down on everyone's fun? I wonder if the dude has a PO box so I can mail him a letter to try and convince him to back up all his shit on Odysee, Rumblr, Bitchute, and Dailymotion because only a fool would keep all his eggs/videos in one basket with how far YT moderation deviates from the past.
Another thing, I'm sure legacy media agencies like Fox, MSNBC, and CNN are all desperately trying to dig up dirt on Herrera since they're all playing on the same side behind closed doors, of course given Brandon's line of work under the scope of the law I wager they'll find fuck all and will instead just make a montage of out of context clips of the dude in an attempt to defame him and that will likely backfire since no sensible American takes anything any US based mainstream legacy media agency says at face value anymore, at best they consider the possibilities with a gallon of salt in skepticism.

I mention the traditional form of communication/paper mail because I wouldn't trust Google's email client to reliably inform the dude of the fact that alternatives exist, no that would be naively optimistic, it would get buried under spam or filter out as a scam/spam message itself. But that of course is why archiving everything is so important.

Anyway I wish him the best of luck in removing suppressors from the NFA list in Texas or whatever he's focusing on currently. Hopefully we can get someone like that in the East Coast too some day.

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>>22477
Ignorance or brand loyalty? At least for the former there's a cure which is just informing them of said alternatives, same goes for Minecraft which Microsoft has actively been making an effort to make it worse over time, probably so they can eventually put Java MC in the grave and force everyone over to the Bedrock edition which will have micro transactions and other shit on top of all the recent censorship they've implemented. That alternative being MineTest which is a free FOSS project developed by some nerds in Switzerland/CERN or whatever and with a little tweaking can emulate the classic MC experience and the way the game is built isn't hostile to third party modders every time it's updated.
Of course non of that matters without word of mouth, you've gotta preach without coming off as an annoying preacher which unfortunately FOSS fags struggle to do, I dunno much about MUGEN aside from watching a few videos of dumb videos featuring Neco Ark and various touhou characters fighting each other. Maybe I'll give it a try, is it potato friendly?

Any way what did Nintendo do this time to piss people off so much that they're being mentioned? Was it the whole killing off all support for the WiiU?

>>22479
I don't have this problem, then again I haven't logged into my YT account for almost a month now, the system is rigged against everyone who doesn't parrot the Current Thing™ anyway, that's why so many of them rely on Twatter and other third party sites to spread their videos and get views since YT's algorithm sucks. Plus it's been shown that they do in fact shadow B& specific content creators. But yeah for the little amount of time I put into that platform anymore I've noticed it slowly creeping up, lots of shilling for tiny communal pod houses, shitty electric cars, and other Keynesian economics nonsense too. Like fuck off YT I just wanna watch cooking videos, tech stuff, and weebshit. I don't base my entire political beliefs on what some fucking E-celebs spout on about.
>>22483
I like the videos that are just spergs talking about things they really like or really hate as long as they aren't pretending like they have any authority over the subject.
>>22479
I don't usually look at the recommended videos (because they're always shit) but I just checked it now and I'm getting this one trump bad video on every video I watch regardless of subject. Real subtle. 
>>22498
>shadow B& 
Some sword autism I watch recently got shadow banned presumably because someone got upset he had right wing opinions on another completely separated channel. And there's also this canadian speaking mechanic who still gets people frequently unsubscribed from his channel because he complained about Trudeau like three whole times.
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>>22498
>Brandon Herrera?
yep
>Side note I also find it funny how native Texan spics including Brandon himself are one of the more outspoken groups who don't wanna get flooded with illegal Central Americans, proof that the whole 'LatinX' unity thing is a fucking meme
there are so many americans who are ethnically spanish and who speak english and don't know a word of spanish who in no way support this shit and it's always really funny to see them speak out on it. they tried to turn a group of white americans who are generally no different than other white americans and weaponize them as some kind of "minority group" and it doesn't fucking work. just because his last name is "herrera" doesn't mean he wants a bunch of illegal half-breeds flooding the country calling everyone "gringo."
>leftists only wholeheartedly believe it because of their own internalized racial self hatred, the 'right'/rhino's however I assume do this not because they suffer from the same mental illness the left does but rather because they're loyal Shaboo goys.
the left believes it because they're retarded and cucks and they're getting paid jew money. anyone who claims to be on the right who claims to believe it is either a mole and was lying about being on the right or is being paid off and is a traitor because it's convenient. it's probably why rinos/rhinos in america get more hate than leftist niggers who are actually worse than rinos/rhinos, because people just expect anyone on the left to be utter shit but shit like treason infuriates people and justifiably so.
>So how long do you think it will take for You CoprorateShillTube to crack down on everyone's fun?
i think it might seriously be starting, i've been noticing so many spicy memes have been removed, especially a good amount of content against biden, and i'm getting absolutely shilled kike drivel despite the fact when i do watch anything "political" it is all categorically not "retarded breadtuber video essay." there's no way youtube thinks that's what i want, i'm pretty sure youtube knows what i want and is telling me "sit down, you've had a bit too much to think"
>make a montage of out of context clips of the dude in an attempt to defame him
literally just that, that's what the mole/rino he's running against is doing a lot of. the community notes are destroying him for doing it, brandon is winning the twitter fight extremely hard but of course he is, brandon has a much wider audience than him
>whatever he's focusing on currently
"REMOVE MOLE" for now. after that, he says he wants to go to congress and vote no on every kike proposal (gun bans, open borders, censorship, etc) no matter how inconvenient it is for his butthole. argue with retarded politicians over basic facts they regularly get wrong about guns and other shit.
>Ignorance or brand loyalty?
what's interesting about the smash community is i can't actually directly pin it to either one of those. the smash community is very critical of nintendo for going above and beyond with their lack of support of the community to a point nintendo has tried to shut down their tournaments in the past. there's also some smash-like nickelodeon game that a lot of them apparently play as a sort of "side game" sometimes so they know alternatives exist... to some extent. i guess it could still be both of those. for example, i've seen people loyal to brands that buttfuck them, that's nothing new.
>you've gotta preach without coming off as an annoying preacher which unfortunately FOSS fags struggle to do
i actually think they do a decent job in some respects, i can see them struggling in certain aspects like entertainment which often struggles because it's much more of a luxury product whereas there are a lot of people invested in having good FOSS productivity software to a point it actually gets funding, because there are organizations that would rather fund helping open source development rather than pay out the ass for a bunch of proprietary alternatives, especially when development of the FOSS software can get them the instant fixes and results they need instead of trying to harass some customer support to fix or implement something. anyway that's a bit unrelated, sorry.
>I dunno much about MUGEN aside from watching a few videos of dumb videos featuring Neco Ark and various touhou characters fighting each other. Maybe I'll give it a try, is it potato friendly?
surely. mugen's old. unless they made some update that unnecessarily raises the system requirements it should run on anything.
>Any way what did Nintendo do this time to piss people off so much that they're being mentioned?
we were talking about controllers for nintendo consoles and smash got brought up because smash players use extensively modified controllers. from there, the smash community being awful and nintendo being, well, nintendo to put it lightly.
>>22499
>I don't usually look at the recommended videos (because they're always shit) but I just checked it now and I'm getting this one trump bad video on every video I watch regardless of subject. Real subtle.
that makes 3 of us being forcefed this shit and we probably all have "bad goy" browsing habits so i'm about ready to call this a pattern and not a coincidence.
>>22498
>Was it the whole killing off all support for the WiiU?
also shit, 3DS too. nintendo does NOT keep shit online for long.
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>accidentally misspell a word when looking up a video on youtube
>find early 2000s slav arab techno
I swear the only way to find interesting stuff on youtube is to not even try.
>>22502
change the sorting options to sort by most recently posted and look up random shit.
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And on the 7th day god made autism, but he instantly regretted it and later said "it wasn't me dude, I was sleeping".
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>>22504
Not a nigger, it's only tan.
>>22502
Holy shit this is pretty good.
Nice find anon.
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>>22505
autism has done absolutely nothing wrong
>>22503
Sorting by new just gives me indians and unfunny children trying to be the next pewdiepie. 
>>22506
Why are tanlines so hot?
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Watch your tongue anon!
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>>22493
>>22498
> Plus it's been shown that they do in fact shadow B& specific content creators. But yeah for the little amount of time I put into that platform anymore I've noticed it slowly creeping up, lots of shilling for tiny communal pod houses, shitty electric cars, and other Keynesian economics nonsense too. Like fuck off YT I just wanna watch cooking videos, tech stuff, and weebshit. I don't base my entire political beliefs on what some fucking E-celebs spout on about.
There's definitely an attempt at  indoctrination on their end towards people who hold certain views, sadly what they don't realize is that they are making me even more "radicalized" instead lmao.
>>22502
here's something i randomly found, real mid 2000s kino by just randomly searching shit
>>22504
the bigger negroids in gensokyo are fairies or NIGGERS as i like to call them
>>22505
this reminds me of that video of some VR game by Illusion or something and the dude begins like slapping and drumming on the the girl's tits
>>22509
care explaining that slice of watermelon under your bed?
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>>22510
The power creep of Hitler is too much
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>>22511
That reminded me of this for some reason.
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Japan a few days after starting their mass immigration policy. 
The government decided foreigners were a necessity because of japanese people being economically incapable of having children due to high taxation the low birth rates.
>>22514
I remember reading that Japan had banned foreign streamers from livestreaming in Japan because they are a public nuisance. But uh, if they are just taking in shitskins that won't help much.
>>22513
"So yeah...you are gay"
lmao, classic
>>22514
isn't the LDP against mass immigration?
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Are there any deniggering mods for Dragon's Dogma 2 yet?
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I need to stop letting my autism kick in when it comes to the discussions of internet as school work.
>>22518
Nope not even on BasedMods yet. Even if there were I wouldn't be surprised if there are massive waves of instant bans for anyone who posted/requested for it. Or even some retard starting a massive autistic gay-op campaign against any mod authors cause god forbid anyone wants to play a game they want.
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>decide to check up on Little Witch Nobeta
>devs are now posting full blown "sensory deprivation" tentacle rape manga 
>no vanilla shit in sight aside from some solo pictures like this one
It just keeps getting worse, look at these retards enabling their behavior. Not a single person willing to say "Hey can you draw a fucking human male with her same skin color instead of a bunch of monsters?" or "I didn't pay for this game just so you could make sleazy hentai you subhuman dog-eating slant"
>>22519
I guess I am not touching DD2 until then, and even so I doubt I would get good frames on that abysmally optimized mess
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>>22514
>birth rate so low that the country can't sustain itself
>government pays people to have babies
>start mass immigration to the dismay of apparently pretty much everyone in the country
>just looked
>abortion still legal
nothing else to say but pic related
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>>22522
Everyone's too fucking afraid to hold women accountable it seems, even "based" Japan.
Honorary aryans my ass.
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>>22523
this happens to literally every nation where you start messing with the peoples natural reproductive functions. holy shit when will people wake up to this, there is literally a war on the reproductive system being fought on like 10 fronts and nobody, even people on the right, often don't want to fight back. there are supposed "white nationalist" anons who are pro-abortion.
IN EUROPE. WHERE IT LITERALLY ONLY KILLS WHITE PEOPLE.
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you know how pesticide companies literally openly tell you that they created better pesticides and pest control methods when they started to interfere with the species' reproduction?
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>>22524
>>22525
Jews created "birth control" to effectively destabilize traditional human relationships and the significance of the act of reproduction.
IO
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What do you guys think of the latest SMTVV trailer?
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>>22526
and then they made it no longer only prescribed to married people. and made marriage a financial burden/disincentivized marriage. and made infedility no longer a crime. and legalized abortion for any reason. and told women to chase careers and "BTFO men." and incentivized sexual irresponsibility/lots of premarital sex to keep traditional marriages from even working now. among a million other things.
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>>22527
I've been waiting for so long to have this game released outside of the Switch that I basically forgot it even existed.
>2:28
I'm sold, albeit I do miss old SMT. Replayed SMT1 last year (GBA version) and I forgot just how much darker the franchise was.
Uh I will might as well ask, but is 2hu artificial dream in arcadia any good? it really seems like the closest thing to traditional SMT we are ever going to get.
>>22528
I remember reading somewhere that one of the progenitors of feminist thought was a jewess, which wouldn't surprise me.
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>still no medievil remake pc port
>still no gravity rush remastered & 2 pc port
>still no the last guardian pc port
what the fuck soyny
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Also more importantly
>no wipeout omega collection pc port
>microsoft releases xbox one
>xbone
>releases xbox series x
>literally codenamed "anaconda"
>xsex

...

>tesla's cybertruck becomes fully self driving
>passengers inside are bored while they do nothing and haha truck go brrrr
>microsoft's extremely aggressive expansionist policy decides to capitalize on this
>add tons of screens, a game console, controllers etc to a collaboration truck with tesla
>mountain dew dispensers, dorito dispensers
>play call of duty 1 billion while being piloted around in a gigantic torque machine
>xbox announces this new project collab with tesla
>calls it the Xbox Futuristic Truck
>xfuck

...

>mark "the zucc" fuckerturd is financially going under, hard
>the company spent all its money on the "metaverse" and lost it all, only 2 players left and they take it offline
>the department of justice lawsuit against facebook right now, the one trying to reverse their buyout of instagram and whatsapp, ends up being a success
>facebook no longer owns instagram or whatsapp
>they own nothing but facebook now and are about to declare bankruptcy
>mark "real life argonian" notices the xfuck is selling well
>in his final ploy to maintain relevance, he pays good money to add facebook integration to the xfuck
>xfacefuck

...
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>>22529
>Uh I will might as well ask, but is 2hu artificial dream in arcadia any good? it really seems like the closest thing to traditional SMT we are ever going to get.
I haven't played it yet, but it looks pretty fun.

Anyway, here's some SMTVV combat skill clips.
you know what bothers me most about apple lying to consumers? its so evident. it's so obvious. apple has contradicted itself. apple claims that they must make it so you can only install software on ios devices from apple because it's completely necessary for security when tons of other operating systems don't consider this to be a factual principle, including apple's very own macos. macos lets you install software from third party sources last i checked.
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>>22535
most apple consumers don't even know this much, they just buy the phone with the apple in the back.
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Do you think you would still love your waifu as much if she was part new yorkah?
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true lyrical genius
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it gets better
https://genius.com/Axcx-you-rollerblading-faggot-lyrics
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>>22540
I can't tell if this is misogynistic music or feminist music. It could be either one based on the lyrics.
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>>22541
>rollerblading-faggot
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>>22542
I am inclined for the former :^)
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I was dying when reading some of these titles, they are pretty funny
>>22543
>ROLAIDS
LMAO
to the guy who called prostitution "sex work" and made the kike argument of "((( womens liberation ))) requires we abort, that's justification for it" i am so disappointed in you. are you going to start calling illegal immigrants "undocumented people" and say that "they're actually good because they do jobs that others dont want to do" or some shit?
get the fuck out of here with that. no.
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Don't let the kikes rewire your brain
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>>22547
i swear to god people are backsliding into retardation now that /pol/ has been gone for long enough.
>>22546
Nigger, I never defended abortion or women's liberation. Read my fucking post again.
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>>22549
I believe this might be a misunderstanding then, I will admit I had a difficult time discerning the post as well.
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>>22549
>I don't think abortion is that big of an issue when a fat chunk of the female population has never even been fucked. Way less female virgins than males, but still. It's just 3dpd sluts in sex work or casual sex (unnoficial sex work) getting the coat hanger. Even if they had children it wouldn't be that massive of a birthrate boom, and specially not of the kind of infants you want.
>I don't think abortion is that big of an issue
>It's just 3dpd sluts in sex work or casual sex (unnoficial sex work)
>it wouldn't be...the kind of infants you want.
oh, i fucking read it.
it's literally:
>we need abortion because muh liberated sex workers need it you wouldnt want us having tons of babies
as if sins of the mother pass to the child.
>wouldnt be a good mother she's not ready to have a kid anyway
then close your fucking legs.

abortion is a huge deal. its one of many things that caused women to become "sex workers" as you called them because they now know they can do it without consequence, instead of going down the traditional path for a woman in a culture that encourages this.

there is no fucking justification for abortion, especially your mother being a cunt. tons of people have cunt mothers but are decent people, should we start shooting them?
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>>22551
Let me reword my argument then, you sperg. 
Good japanese people are economically incapable of marrying and having children. Banning abortion wouldn't fix their economic status. The only ones getting abortion are sluts, and therefore banning abortion isn't as important for the future of the country as fixing taxation is. 
With the current taxation but no abortion the people who would care for the children still wouldn't be able to, and the sluts would just abort (illegally), neglect, or abandon their children, raising a generation of liberals with daddy issues who would argue for further more migrants and other culture-destroying policies. 
With abortion but fixed taxation the people who can have children would do so (as they have done), and care for them. 
If you want both to happen that's fine, but it's retarded to think simply banning abortion and not doing anything else would fix Japan's birthrate. Japan isn't the west.
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>this shit again
For the sake of keeping everyone calm during/after the discussion please enjoy some Gondola. Good night.
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>>22553
good night anyon
In my country, when abortion was illegal, what people did was go to London in the UK to abort there. Is still dumb, you could use a fucking 1 dollar condom or a anti-pregnancy pill. I can understand if you were raped by niggers and kidnapped 3 months, but the actual population that meet that requirement is probably less than 50, maybe that's why they try too hard to increase the rape rate lol
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>>22552
>you sperg. 
i'm not the one who came here and said "abortion ain't so bad because "sex workers" (literal reddit-tier euphemism like "undocumented") get abortions so thats okay" as if either one of these somehow justifies the other. if you are not an apologist for this shit, you really need to understand how you just came across.
>the rest of your post
it's a circular problem the japanese government is in with a baby boom and overwork and overtaxation to support an aging retired population which makes the next generation smaller. then this generation retires and a smaller generation is taking care of them, and thus they make a smaller generation, etc.
yes, the japanese government needs to go into debt. they just have to. sometimes in order to get something big done (which will end up paying dividends) you have to sacrifice in the present and pay it back later. they're going to have to set realistic work hours, realistic taxes (even if it means compounding debt) which i just consider investing in the prosperity of your own nation. and no more abortion. get MARRIED to a man, fuck your husband and make babies. and make infidelity illegal. undo all this kike shit that broke down traditional marriages and has lowered birthrates worldwide. getting married and having children worked for thousands of years.
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>>22555
I've seen social media posts of negresses that had so many abortions they ruined their reproductive system and became incapable of having children, and obviously they were complaining and saying it was unfair that their own decisions had consequences. I understand the condom ripping once in your life, but how the fuck do you get to double digits abortions and still need more? 
>>22556
>abortion ain't so bad 
I'm not saying it isn't bad, I'm saying it isn't the solution for this specific problem. 
>sex workers
Not just prostitutes, I'm including the sluts who also don't fuck for money too. 
>overwork to support an aging retired population 
Many companies have mandatory overtime. If the worker isn't ruining his life working for hours after his shift has ended he gets fired regardless of how much stuff he has actually done. Same thing for school where just years ago you still had teachers stalking students to make sure they wouldn't go to arcades and socialize after spending half their day on school and a further quarter on post-school school. 
It's not a problem of necessity, it's a problem of culture. Some faggots in the 90s convinced the entirety of japan that spending time was somehow more important than achieving results and that's how they got into this mess. 
>and make infidelity illegal
Isn't it already kind of illegal? I remember reading that infidelity was seen as a valid reason to end a marriage without alimony or anything of the sort, though I don't know whether it was purely cultural or actually codified in the law.
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>>22557
i'm looking at stats now and abortions in japan in the years 2019 and 2020 accounted for more than 15% of their population each year. 1 generation of no abortion in japan should create a generation significantly larger than the previous generation, basically a generation that has numbers like it had "two extra years of births" which would reach into the millions of babies. this is why i don't believe "abortion isn't that big of an issue" to solving birthrates. also it's just disgustingly abhorrent and immoral if nothing else, and fuels behavior that is disgusting and immoral. whores and abortion are a never ending cycle of depravity until you stop it forcefully.
oh, and if that's not good enough for you: in 1980 they aborted 600,000 people in 1 year alone. that's a number that is literally 43% of their born population for that year. that's INSANE. i can't imagine in 1980 that was all prostitutes and skanks.
>Isn't it already kind of illegal? I remember reading that infidelity was seen as a valid reason to end a marriage without alimony or anything of the sort, though I don't know whether it was purely cultural or actually codified in the law.
depending where you live, an infidelity clause in a marriage contract doesn't work because most marriage agreements get thrown out in civil courts. furthermore, no, it's not illegal. nothing in the law is specifically preventing it. you can enter a contract where infidelity is against the contract, but this is much different from being arrested and going to prison for infidelity. infidelity used to be a crime in a lot of places. in some countries, killing your spouse if they were cheating on you was considered legal justification for the killing in that "any sane person would become so uncontrollably angry that they would do this" and it caused murder charged to get reduced or dropped. compare that to now where the only thing you're pretty much allowed to do is divorce and say "i don't owe her any money because she cheated on me" and often times the court says "nah you still owe her money even though she fucked your friends"
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>>22558
>i can't imagine in 1980 that was all prostitutes and skanks.
i need to say as well: even if it was, this is still NOT justification. cutting babies apart alive in the womb is disgusting and is more depraved than most of the murders per our classical definition.
>>22558
>more than 15% 
>in 1980 [...] literally 43% of their born population for that year
Fixing the economy is still a superior option. 
https://www.economist.com/asia/2018/01/09/a-small-town-in-japan-doubles-its-fertility-rate
>Yuki Fukuda is one of many local mothers with three children
>The cause appears to be more prosaic: economics. Alarmed by the dearth of children, the local government increased incentives to have babies. 
>The fertility rate rose from 1.4 (meaning that the average woman will have 1.4 children in her lifetime, roughly the national rate) to 2.8 in 2014. Provisional figures suggest the rate has since fallen back to 1.9, but even if correct, that remains well above the national average.
Thank god abe died shortly after, otherwise I wouldn't have been able to find this fucking article with modern search engines. 
>depending where you live
I meant in Japan. I know the west is completely retarded when it comes to infidelity.
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>>22560
let me just cut to the damn chase here. if not in japan, where the birthrate is destroying the country's ability to function (and they're finally giving in and allowing mass immigration), what set of circumstances would cause you to say that abortion abortion should be stopped? it's a literal jewish psyop designed to destroy birthrates, a brutal and painful process where a mother murders her own baby. you're talking about a country that has had its birthrate literally SLAUGHTERED with abortion rates as high as 43% of the birth rate and you're still like "nah, economy. that's not a good reason, leave the baby killing kike shit intact bro just trust me bro."
for someone who CLAIMS to not support abortion, you're just literally supporting abortion by saying "do nothing, it's fine/not hurting anything." nothing is good enough for you in order for you to say "spend a day undoing the law making it legal." in a country that has extreme BIRTH RATE PROBLEMS, you're not willing to address a practice torturous execution policy specifically designed by kikes to CAUSE BIRTH RATE PROBLEMS.

so when, then? what is enough? when there are no more japanese and white people left?
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Japan is 8th in aging rate, the US is 9th, Germany 4th and Switzerland 1st. But in Switzerland the problem is less because they don't have a PAYG pension system.
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I am finally playing Sekiro, I suck at it so far so uh yeah but I am having fun. Solid combat, open ended approach to how you can tackle each area, good art direction, no DLC bullshit.
>>22562
>you're just literally supporting abortion 
Nigger, which part of "If you want both to happen that's fine, but it's retarded to think simply banning abortion and not doing anything else would fix Japan's birthrate" do you not understand? 
That one town didn't just DOUBLE the birth rate, but it also improved the quality of child bringing itself by giving the parents the economic capability to parent their fucking children PLUS subsidized schooling PLUS other incentives like healthcare to make sure the children can grow up to be proper adults. 
You're the one acting like a commie putting words in my mouth, attacking strawmen, and thinking everywhere in the world is the united states rather than considering that maybe this one country on the other side of the world with a completely different culture and completely different problems might be affected by different factors.
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>>22569
>Nigger, which part of "If you want both to happen that's fine, but it's retarded to think simply banning abortion and not doing anything else would fix Japan's birthrate" do you not understand? 
nigger, the parts where you make it sound mutually exclusive:
>Fixing the economy is still a superior option. 
i have already told you that fixing the economy is important as well as ending the work culture in japan. plus abortion. if you're down with this, what are we arguing about?
>That one town didn't just DOUBLE the birth rate, but it also improved the quality of child bringing itself by giving the parents the economic capability to parent their fucking children PLUS subsidized schooling PLUS other incentives like healthcare to make sure the children can grow up to be proper adults. 
i understand this and SUPPORT it, even if it causes major debts for japan because it WILL pay off.
>putting words in my mouth, attacking strawmen
fine, you're not saying that, apologies then. then my question is, what are you arguing? what is your point if you're apparently in agreement with me?
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>>22570
>what are you arguing? 
This whole argument started because I disagreed with the argument that simply banning abortion would fix it because I believe fixing the economy is a more critical factor. Fixing the economy would both impact birth rates more significantly, as the numbers have shown, and also improve the quality of child bringing which is something abortion does not address. 
If you could implement both at once I would not be against it, but my argument is that if you have to choose one the economy is more important. 
>inb4 but what if we ban abortion now and fix the economy later
Banning abortion without fixing the economy is a temporary measure. History has shown time and time again that governments can never be trusted with temporary measures. The government could, and realistically would, just look at the raw numbers and use it to justify going back to taxing, pushing that time bomb back and fucking the country even harder.
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I finally made the mugen with all the autism i could find, it has a /digi/ stage too.
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>>22572
>I disagreed with the argument that simply banning abortion would fix it
>but my argument is that if you have to choose one the economy is more important. 
i don't understand why you set this arbitrary limitation. i am now understanding why we're arguing. i never set this arbitrary limitation, hence why i accidentally strawmanned you. you accidentally strawmanned or borderline strawmanned me in a similar fashion. i think you are fine if you understand the things that i have cited and how they are used as weapons against populations like japan and most of the white western world.
>inb4 but what if we ban abortion now and fix the economy later
again, i never said this. you're actually strawmanning me now. i see where this argument came from. i never said that. you have no idea how much i am for stuff like countries (at least the ones i care about, white ones and to a lesser extent japan) literally paying people to make babies and giving huge tax cuts to traditional married couples and providing extreme economic help to child-rearing considering these nations all have severe birthrate problems and are all being kiked into mass immigration. i don't know where you thought i wasn't okay with this, i am a very big supporter of this. i want wholesome married couples making babies and doing a good job raising their families and being rewarded for it.

can we figuratively shake hands?
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>>22574
>i don't understand why you set this arbitrary limitation
Because realistically you wouldn't be able to pass two distinct legislations that seek to address the same issue within the same time frame without the risk of one interfering with the other, specially in a country where the japanese communist party exists and has some semblance of power. That's why I believe it's important to establish an order of importance and pursue these things somewhat sequentially. 
>i never said this
I know, hence the inb4. I shot that preemptively just in case. 
>providing extreme economic 
And that's why I specified that Japan is different. I'm for economic incentives in japan but not in say the US, because while I know the japanese government would incentivize the Japanese to have children I don't trust the american government to do the same. 
>can we figuratively shake hands?
Sure.
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>>22573
Fucking sweet man I am downloading it right now
>>22575
>in a country where the japanese communist party exists and has some semblance of power. That's why I believe it's important to establish an order of importance and pursue these things somewhat sequentially. 
i disagree with this, i say you need to go hard on three fronts BECAUSE of shit like this, not doing so imo is playing into your enemy's hand, such as a communist party. i believe in tackling birthrate issues on 3 fronts:
-economic
-cultural
-humanitarian
most issues do not fall solely in one category. for example, i put abortion in all 3. i would say abortion is a rather economic issue when you consider it is a causal factor as well as a relection of economic issues, i'd say it's a VERY cultural issue (i cannot believe the brainwashing), and i'd say it's an EXTREMELY humanitarian issue considering violently de-limbing and disemboweling babies while they're still alive is fucking serial-killer-tier shit. i'd put subsidizing childcare into economic and humanitarian categories. i'd put holding women (and men, actually) accountable in various ways into the cultural category (think traditionalism). for example, criminalizing infidelity. but i'm for all of it, please do not get this mistaken.
>I shot that preemptively just in case. 
then can you give me some more credit next time you argue with me? never said the economic stuff wasn't important. in fact, before you made your post, i specifically mentioned that it was important, among other issues: >>22528
i said:
>made marriage a financial burden
in my second point. i should have added they made child care an unreasonable burden as well. a well-functioning country should have, at the very least imo, ONLY married couples being allowed birth control pills, and should probably have the economy be worth enough that 3 not-necessarily-planned babies is okay.
>I don't trust the american government to do the same. 
you'd have to write the legislation carefully. if you write it carefully enough, you end up ruling out niggers while not making it a race issue.
>Sure.
thanks. please have more faith in me in the future.
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>>22577
>you'd have to write the legislation carefully. if you write it carefully enough, you end up ruling out niggers while not making it a race issue.
actually in america if you want to fix white birthrates on economic grounds, you're better off undoing existing legislation rather than passing new legislation. current american legislation takes money away from white married couples and gives it to nigger single moms. undo that, then there is a POSSIBILITY you could CAREFULLY write legislation to help whites.
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>that title screen
>music choice
>the roster
it's crustylicious, im going to keep playing and seeing the content lol. good job
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>>22579
he said there's a /digi/ stage, what does it look like?
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>>22580
it's beautiful
>>22579
there's hidden characters in a few slots , basically alternate versions of characters so i put them in the same slot, press B/circle to change them and X/square to select
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>>22582
I just noticed you put kuromaru and coronavirus, lmao
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>>22583
well, they are alternative versions of satan...
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>>22584
oh yeah
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I am going to sleep, tomorrow we can try the multiplayer.
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>>22586
good night dude
>>22577
>a well-functioning country should have, at the very least imo, ONLY married couples being allowed birth control pills,
I suppose the issue there would be that there are way too many chemicals out there that can be used to cause a miscarriage or failed implantation or can screw up a hormonal cycle enough to cause temporarily infertility - especially now that we understand what xenoestrogens are. A lot of shit just comes from plants too. Really that's what a good portion of "witchcraft" was in ye olde days. Just some woman or girl paying a visit to some old herbalist woman (who may or may not have been pagan) to stop a pregnancy. They may not have even necessarily recognized it as an actual abortion either due to lack of medical knowledge.

Anyway I don't disagree really with anything that you're saying but I wonder about the feasibility of making it happen. The 20th century rubbed a lot of genies out of a lot of bottles and I'm not sure if they can be forced or coaxed back into them.

I feel like I'm very late to this conversation.
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>>22588
>Anyway I don't disagree really with anything that you're saying but I wonder about the feasibility of making it happen. The 20th century rubbed a lot of genies out of a lot of bottles and I'm not sure if they can be forced or coaxed back into them.
it can't hurt to try. i'm just never going to embrace the "we should just accept kikery as our new reality" blackpill stuff other people do. it's just not the right move. do nothing = guaranteed loss. trying to do something may not work, sure. if you were going to die but there was a drug that had maybe a 30% chance of curing you and 70 chance of just doing nothing, wouldn't you take it?
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Hello frens, here's a nice trick for jewtube that the jews don't want you to know about since they removed it from the filters options:
Use before:[year] or after:[year] to find videos before or after the year specified.
For example, this would look something like Hatsune Miku before:2009 and all the search results would be videos posted before 2009. And obviously, you can combine them too. If I wanted to search for videos explicitly made in 2010, I would search futami mami  before:2011 after:2009.
You don't have to use just years either, all you have to do is make sure it is in this format: YYYY-MM-DD.
I found this useful to find a lot of older videos (That weren't baleeted of course). Bought back some nostalgia.
>>22553
I liek this a lot.
>>22590
I'm glad you spoilered that! How obscene!
Also gonna post a video that's going to piss dejikonyo off since I like to mess with him:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h2XxRfWWFBY&t=37
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>>22592
This is a psychological attack on anybody reasonable.
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>>22592
I've been making a youtube playlist of random stuff for a year now.
Do you anons want to see it :3 ?? I want to get some input.
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>>22593
It looks so gross and warped, I don't know how anyone could like it. If you want better gba graphics on an emulator, use a shader for god's sake.
>>22594
Please post. Also nice doggo
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>>22595
dont spread, k?
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFgCzVT5IgKrE0tfgG95JPBQiH0keot9Q
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>>22593
Looks like a gnome that was dropped as a wee lad.
>>22591
Oh I remember there was a thread on /b/ about sharing videos using that trick. It was really fun.
>>22590
Absolutely degenerate but I like it.
>>22593
Is this photoshopped?
>>22591
i use this for looking at anime openings, because nowadays the first result is always chrunchyroll, and i want to see the karaoke and the old comments.
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>>22596
Very nice playlist, a lot of goodies that I haven't seen in quite some time. Thanks for sharing anon.
>>22599
Yeah, at this point, I either search for the openings in Japanese or looks for older uploads. I don't want to give crunchy any views on my part.
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haha hey guys wat- wash- wa
whatcha doin' huh?
playing games, browsing zzzchan?
that's cool that's cool...
PLAY FREEDOM FIGHTERS IT WAS MADE BY IOI GAMES THE GUYS THAT MADE THE HITMAN SERIES FUCKING PLAY IT ITS LIKE, IT HAS AMERICANS AND STUFF AND YOU KILL COMMIES DUDE ITS A MUST PLAY LITERALLY NO ONE WILL PLAY IT IF YOU DON'T, US FREEDOM FIGHTERS PLAYERS ARE A DYING BREED. THERE'S LIKE WHAT, 5 OF US LEFT.
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>>22591
Damn that's some super helpful info. Thanks for that anon! 
Even doing it on my other browser I noticed its not even forcing some shitty youtube shorts or some random youtube channel that doesn't match what I was looking for. 
Feels like it's youtube being useful for once.
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>>22601
Wouldn't you prefer to play Microvols recharged, anon?
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I've owned this for years and i haven't used it, maybe now it's the time to learn.
>>22591
Hey, good to see you. That after and before trick is surprisingly useful when looking for content before the corporate takeover of the internet.
>>22592
>""HD""''
What the fuck is wrong with this guy, why would you lie to people like this
>>22596
i'm going to check this thing later
>>22601
did you ever play Kane & Lynch 2 by IO interactive? I also played the first K&L even though it kind of sucks, but two is good just too goddamn short.
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>>22591
It works on invidious too. Also I wonder how many deleted youtube videos worth watching are gone forever.
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>>22605
>Also I wonder how many deleted youtube videos worth watching are gone forever.
That one gory anime scenes AMV set to Witch Doctor from like 2008 is gone forever, so 0
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>>22601
Sounds like a lot of fun. I may check it out.
>>22602
No problem. The removal of clickbait and shorts is the best thing about it for me as well. Makes youtube a much more pleasant experience.
>>22604
>Pixel Game Maker MV
Looks like a very interesting piece of software. Is it just a piece of software to make sprites or is it an actual engine?
>What the fuck is wrong with this guy
Typical millenial that has a love-hate relationship with antiquated stuff (aka nostalgiafag who loves remakes and remasters) even if it is good and wants everything to be apart of 'current year'. That's why he'll advocate for 'nu and hd' even if it looks objectively worst.
>>22605
>It works on invidious too
Niceu.
>>22606
Wasn't there some AMV site that anime fans used to post too before migrating to youtube? I forgot the name of it.
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>>22608
cute
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I'm watching thrift store hunting videos right now.
I miss the old thrift stores I used to frequent. I remember even as a kid I would hunt for old toys in such places because they were cheaper and cooler.
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>>22607
>Looks like a very interesting piece of software. Is it just a piece of software to make sprites or is it an actual engine?
It's a full-blown engine that lets you create 2D games.
>Typical millenial that has a love-hate relationship with antiquated stuff (aka nostalgiafag who loves remakes and remasters) even if it is good and wants everything to be apart of 'current year'. That's why he'll advocate for 'nu and hd' even if it looks objectively worst.
Nostalgiafagging millenials are the main reason why we are getting garbage like FFVII: Rebirth and it's not actively shunned as putrid revisionism.
>Wasn't there some AMV site that anime fans used to post too before migrating to youtube? I forgot the name of it.
https://www.animemusicvideos.org/ this one?
>>22610
I went to such a place once as a child and I got old Simpsons magazines and Nintendo Power stuff.
>>22608
woah
>>22611
Any board being spammed is generally something you should distrust. Especially if said board doesn't hash the IPs of their users.
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auto saving in games is really fucking annoying, especially when the game has no traditional save/load systems.
>>22604
I hate pixel game gamer mv because eroges that run on that engine don't work with my speedhacks.
>>22606
I will never forget that one 10 hours diggy diggy hole video with a picture of flan in pantsu holding a pickaxe.
The internet was a better place when casual loli was a possibility.
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Sekiro is pretty fun so far, I am honestly impressed by the relativel small filesize (<15GB) for such a nice looking title. I don't know how Fromsoftware did it.
>>22614
>spoiler
I wasn't aware people used it for those types of games, but then again I am not surprised either. Probably better than CG slideshows that run on RPG Maker at the very least.
>I will never forget that one 10 hours diggy diggy hole video with a picture of flan in pantsu holding a pickaxe.
Man now i want to watch that
>The internet was a better place when casual loli was a possibility.
The internet just keeps getting shittier but at least sites like this still exist
I was watching anon's playlist from above and there's this edgy 2000s flash animation in there, near the very end you can see a glimpse of 2006 era Youtube.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQNtZLMglyM
This is when I began to use the site, I still remember those good old days.
I always use an extension for the 2014 youtube theme, and once i opened a different browser without the extension, and i had to see how damn ugly modern youtube is...
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Retards on social media who've enabled "quirky and relatable" corporations like Wendy's are the reason why this happened. I want off this planet.
>>22617
got a link for that?
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>>22618
I should've spoilered this image, ew
>>22618
>got a link for that?
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/customtube/
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>>22620
very cool
going through every iteration of the CSS feels like awakening old dormant memories from each year of your life, wew.
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>>22622
Indeed, 2010/2012 is my favourite, but the video is too small for 1080p resolutions and it doesn't support theater mode, so is a shame, but 2014/2017 is fine too. It started to get bad when they changed the profile pictures for circles.
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>>22612
>That's the one alright. Thanks for the reminder that this still exists. Brings back a lot of memories. I need to make a new account and download all my favorite videos.
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Have you ever gone to a garage sale?
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i like the way this is drawn, reminds me of that old sonic OVA
>>22623
I'm currently using the 2014 one for the very same reason even though I really liked the 2011-13 period, a lack of theater mode is kind of hurting these days
>>22624
You should download everything before the site's gone for no reason.
>>22626
No but that would be really cool, especially if you can find like old videogames and VHS tapes.
>>22625
That's a comfy looking little van
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I'm fucking tired and my nose won't stop twitching.
Madoka
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>>22628
that's a nice ass
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I am watching currently a shonen anime, and in an episode, there's a kingdom, and one day, the jewish bankers come in and create a central bank with fiat money, making everyone poor. Pretty cool seeing this kind of things on an anime.
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You guys know about Payola? It's when record labels pay a radio station to air their songs without stating that they are paid endorsements. This doesn't mean shit anymore because nobody fucking listens to the radio since like forever.
Well the really interesting part is that in the early 2000s some labels found a loophole around this by offering non-monetary payments to radio stations in exchange for airtime.
Here's an excerpt of an article from 2005 describing some of the payoffs after some court settlements were reached
>In another example, a Sony BMG executive considered a plan to promote the song "A.D.I.D.A.S." by Killer Mike by sending radio disc jockeys one Adidas sneaker, with the promise of the second one when they had played the song 10 times.
>In one case cited by Mr. Spitzer, an executive at Sony BMG's Columbia Records label -- after learning that airplay for the John Mayer song "Bigger Than My Body" had declined on certain stations that had accepted a promotion package from the label -- told his staff in October 2003 that "many stations here will NOT be given the promo with the airplay" being given at the time. "Either deal with it or pull it," the executive said.
>In a practice once widespread, the promoters acted as middlemen paying radio stations annual fees -- often exceeding $100,000 -- not, they say, to play specific songs, but to obtain advance copies of the stations' playlists.
It's pretty interesting to see all the "big" names from the era mixed up in this debacle, it really makes you wonder just how organic the growth of some of these bands was. There's stuff like Linkin Park, Pearl Jam, Franz Ferdinand, etc.
https://archive.is/tybD9 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Payola
https:/yewtu.be/watch?v=4AySoWKO-dI (Video about the 2005 scandal, detailing some of the emails involved)
Particularly noteworthy is this one article from 2005, around the time of the scandal by one ((( Daniel Gross ))) decrying his fellow jew Eliot Spitzer for going after radio station bribery. "What's wrong with payola? Nothing", Gross claimed. (https://archive.is/kHiu4%29
These labels often asked for specific fake callers requesting these songs such as "women aged 20-28" and how many times a song should be played.
>>22630
which shonen are you enjoying?
>>22631
>Entertainment payola is harmless because this is a consumer market that functions reasonably well. Books and movies backed by huge, ubiquitous promotional budgets won’t gain market share and displace competitors if they suck. Entertainment payola is harmless because this is a consumer market that functions reasonably well. Books and movies backed by huge, ubiquitous promotional budgets won’t gain market share and displace competitors if they suck. 
>The Island may have launched in 3,000 theaters, but it won’t be filling them for long. We don’t need laws to prevent the excessive marketing of The Island.Similarly, we don’t need laws to stop labels from paying to put bands on the radio. If no one likes the music, it won’t last, and the stations themselves will suffer. As Mel Karmazin, the former head of Infinity Broadcasting and CBS used to note, every radio comes equipped with an on/off switch.
Oh God not only is this an incredibly jewish statement but it's also working off such fucking flawed reasoning it's unreal.
<It's okay to bribe outlets because some of the promoted products are bad, here let me cherrypick some particularly egregious examples
<In the end it totally will be the consumers who decide...somehow
<Completely fails to acknowledge that for every failed commercial success there are about a hundred songs that did amplify their reach by means of bribery, while implying that all payola endorsements are inherently of poor quality as if this were some objective metric he is working off
>>22631
>which shonen are you enjoying?
Magi: The Labyrinth of magic
I think this jewish arc is a reference to countries which adopt dollarization, or China using their exports to make other countries increase their Yuan reserves and make them more economically dependant.
But i like how the Banker is written in uppercase and is ugly as fuck, it has to be 100% a euphemism for the Jew
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>>22631
>non-monetary payments 
Same thing happened in the medical industry. Doctors couldn't be bribed by anyone related to medications or equipment, so what they did instead was give them gifts or invite them to parties. 
In some countries the law became so strict to fight against it that doctors can't even legally receive pens from medical-related industries as that would count as a non-monetary payment. 
>sending radio disc jockeys one Adidas sneaker, with the promise of the second one 
I think that's literally communist era bribery. I remember reading that some politicians of the past century used to give poor people one shoe per person, promising to give the other shoes if they got elected. 
>really makes you wonder just how organic the growth of some of these bands was
The more I learn of the disgusting shit that goes on nowadays the more I question what happened in the past. 
I just hope I won't become a monarchist with all the bourgeoisie lies I keep discovering.
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>>22634
>bourgeoisie
Can you use anything but literal commie terms?
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I once read a book were bourgeoisie was used as a synonym of normalfag.
>>22635
That's literally what the french revolution fags called themselves.
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>>22637
And there's not an English speaker in the past century probably who wasn't using it in a Marxist context following the proliferation of communism. There are even modern bastardizations of it like "bougie" and the kind of person to say something like this is exactly who you think it is.
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Niggers are so stupid that they believe that a statue being made of black stone means that said person was black
>>22633
I will have to eventually check that one out, last shonen I watched was Dororo and I had a blast >>22634
>The more I learn of the disgusting shit that goes on nowadays the more I question what happened in the past. 
Well I know it's not quite comparable but with modern analysis and inquiry people have ruled out that a lot of past speedrunning records were fake, which really re-contextualizes a lot of stuff. Like that Billy Mitchell shit.
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>>22638
>there's not an English speaker in the past century probably who wasn't using it in a Marxist context 
Yeah but how often do english speakers talk about the french revolution? 
>>22640
>Like that Billy Mitchell shit.
Quiet, you'll get sued.
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The word bourgeoisie comes from the latin word burgo, that means fortified city, and there was a city in europe that had a lot of middle class people with low social class but lot of wealth, the XI century city of Burgos, city that bears that name from the same meaning too, so it has a double meaning. Then the french adopted the word, and the english one comes from the french, that's why it has this annoying french pronunciation, the old word was burgess, that means man that lives in a walled city. Your fortress is your wealth, basically.
I hate the french revolution btw
>>22641
>Yeah but how often do english speakers talk about the french revolution? 
And you're an English speaker. And you were not discussing the French revolution. And you have a history of using terminology only in use by normalnigger cultural Marxists, including terminology used primarily by OnlyFans whores ("sex work"). And I have posted a warning on this board last time it was happening. This is not Reddit.
Posters in violation of board rule 4 beyond this point will be temp banned. There will be no further warnings, only bans. Evasions will increase ban length.
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It may be time to read this:
https://zzzchan.xyz/digi/custompage/rules.html
i'm really enjoying all the attention to detail in sekiro, i probably should've played Dark souls 3 or something first because i feel like everything's downhill for here as far as soulsborne goes
>>22645
from here*
>>22645
Did you play Nioh2?
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>>22643
>And you were not discussing the French revolution. 
I was. I was specifically referring to the lies spread by the bourgeois (as in the fags who took power during the french revolution) about the monarchy they killed, hence why I would be a monarchist. 
I don't see how monarchy and bourgeois would be related in any marxist context.
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>>22647
no i will play the nioh series later, i wanted to experience this game first. but nioh is on my backlog, an anon here has repeatedly praised nioh.
to be honest what i like the most so far about sekiro is that there is no RPG bullshit
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>>22648
Congratulations, then, you have "defended your honor" if that's how you perceive it, and it's time to change the subject. Listen when others tell you're standing out on the board, and not in a good way.
let me extend an olive branch to our regulars here who may not have been present during our last spam attack where someone was breaking rule 4 repeatedly, and the way he was breaking wasn't fuzzy, it was about this clear:
>lol you guys are a bunch of fucking racist incels, get laid morons, i go to reddit and send women pictures of my dick there
that sounds like an exaggeration but anyone who saw it can confirm that is actually pretty accurate to what was said. would anyone question a ban in this context? absolutely not, nobody said anything about it because i think we can all agree people come to /digi/ to avoid retarded niggers like this. this is a community of people who are tired of almost every other community online where you unfortunately have to regularly run into insufferable niggers like that. we're wary (and weary) but i don't think we're unreasonable. but you might get "litmus tested" or something especially by me if i see it because nobody wants to see a "boiling frog" situation on /digi/.
i'll address any questions on this if there are any.
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>>22610
anything good in particular?
>>22626
how do you find out when some mom is selling her son's video game collection on her front lawn? poor kid
>>22629
fuck off homura, madoka is for penis
>>22631
lol if you think thats bad look up politician financing and how they skirt around that
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This fucking commercial has been on my mind for awhile now. What does this even have to do with yogurt?
(https://yewtu.be/watch?v=NF9_Usyqvv8)
I can appreciate how well it was animated on but so much has happened I don't even know if this was about yogurt or just animal shenanigans.
>>22649
Games calling you out for quitting is something I missed lately.
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>>22649
>you're playing Sekiro at last
OH JOY! I think you'll really like it. How far have you gotten?
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>>22653
it's a real tactic in advertising. making it so absurd you remember it.
>>22654
what are the best "souls" ports? sekiro is the best, right? are any others as good?
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>>22655
I'm not sure actually. All of the Souls games have had some issues when it comes to PC ports but I think they've been mostly brought up to code at this point. If I just had to spitball it I would guess DS3. Elden Ring too I guess but it's still being updated of course so it's in a state of flux and they stand to fuck something up every third patch or so until development is completely done.
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>>22655
>>22656
I mean yeah Sekiro was probably the best of the lot over all. It's on modern engine and a comparatively small game and it didn't get many patches so it was basically a complete deal at launch so there was less to fuck up.
>>22653
is that the fucking peppino scream from pizza tower? wtf
>Games calling you out for quitting is something I missed lately.
love that shit, and when easy mode has some stupid shit like your character wearing something stupid lol
>>22652
>lol if you think thats bad look up politician financing and how they skirt around that
I am actually disillusioned enough in mankind for today, but that's worth looking into later, I like overdosing on redpills.
>>22654
I am really enjoying it, probably as much as I did Demon's Souls except I am not getting fucked over by dragons (unless Sekiro has dragons later on, which please don't spoil)
I really like the grappling hook and the stealth and how the controls are simple yet hard to master, it feels like Tenchu mixed with Souls but I do wish that deathblows were a bit easier to time.
I uh, I beat Juzou in the first memory and got curbstomped by Lady Butterfly after like 20 tries. So I left that and made it to Gyobou, got the firecrackers to defeat him more easily but there's I think Dragonrot after talking to the son of the crazy old woman and I don't have a droplet so now my spirit emblems are not fully refilling after resting....uh I hope that made sense
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>>22656
>I would guess DS3
i thought DS3 was so bad it was locked at 30 frames and game speed was tied to framerate so if you tried to unlock it, it made the game twice as fast
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>>22659
I remember hearing that the speed was also tied to framerate in the remaster of DS1 and that made it impossible to play if your PC couldn't sustain 60FPS
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>>22660
maybe that's it then, i'll have to go look the games up, i also remember one of them, DS1 or 2, got a worse port that replaced the original port. maybe both.
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>>22661
>pic 5
c'est magnifique
>maybe that's it then, i'll have to go look the games up, i also remember one of them, DS1 or 2, got a worse port that replaced the original port. maybe both.
I think that was probably 2, but i only played like 20 minutes of 2 on my 360... 10 years ago
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>Iran attacked Israel
>>22663
the more this shit heats up im actually starting to legitimately get worried, this is beginning to look like a perfect storm
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>>22664
to claim shit's bad right now would be an understatement.
I am not a fan of Disturbed's cover of "The Sound of Silence"
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>>22663
I never thought this would extend beyond being a forever war but here we are.
>>22666
Never heard of it but I'll take your word for it, also nice trips.
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>>22666
Does Disturbed have any good songs? The only ones I've listened to were ass. Even "Down with the Sickness" was bad because there's a giant fucking interlude in it where the vocalist whines about mommy abusing him. It's been a while I genuinely can't remember if they ever made anything good.
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I vouch for immediate bans on anyone who misuses the term 'waifu'. I don't mean to go all '/a/-no fun tier' but I've been seeing it more than I should on a couple of smaller boards I browse and I feel like it's a gateway for people who don't belong to come here and bring more of their normalfag-tier desecration of lingo. Just look what happened to words such as 'normie', 'incel', 'based' and so and so. All of them have strayed away from their original meanings on nu-internet 2024 the year of our lord and savior.
>>22651
You're good man, this is a community that doesn't accept that kind of trash and it needs to stay that way.
>>22652
>fuck off homura, madoka is for penis
You can have her and I'll gladly take "homo"ra off your hands. madoka doesn't deserve her
>>22669
i hate to be the bearer of bad news, but realistically if you want people to only use "waifu" to mean a fictional character that a person has formed a delusional one-sided nonreciprocal relationship with, such as something out of "lars and the real girl" or some tulpa thing, the only people allowed to use it are going to be serious schizos that you'd never want around in the first place. i realize that 2d characters i have the hots for and would totally marry and repeatedly bang are technically not what a "waifu" is but what do you expect, for me to be more mentally ill than just a bit of the ol' autism? it's an amusing but nonetheless serious question.
also hello.
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>>22669
>You can have her and I'll gladly take "homo"ra off your hands
also she's never gonna let you bang her lol
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weeaboo has been desecrated far worse than waifu has imo. waifu went from meaning a mentally ill obsession with the inanimate to a point of genuine delusion to just meaning harboring affection and obsession with the inanimate. they're not that far off.
weeaboo went from someone who would get on his knees and suck off every single person in japan and claim japan the superior country to all of planet earth and everything japan does is perfect and japan can do no wrong, the west does X and the west is bad, but if japan does X japan is perfect and this isn't hypocrisy because japan can do no wrong etc. that's a weeaboo. but now? weeaboo just means "someone who has watched anime more than once in their lifetime" which is EXTREMELY far away from the original definition.
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The word otaku is the one who had the worst derailing.
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>>22670
Hello John, it's good to see you.
As long as nobody uses it as a synonym for 'anime girls I find attractive', or even worse 'anime girls' I'm good. It may have been pure schizo autism from some folks, but there was certainly an important culture behind it. Also I never usually see the schizos outside of dedicated waifu threads but I see your point. 
>>22672
I agree with your point on weeaboo as well
>>22671
>she's never gonna let you bang her lol
Yeah, 'let'. Doesn't mean I won't. :)
>>22673
True, but I don't see it as much anymore.
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>>22674
>True, but I don't see it as much anymore.
I see it everywhere, is disgusting. Is the normalfag version of "weeb". Meaning "i watched naruto and attack on titan once therefore i am the biggest fan of anime"
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>>22675
I didn't know normalfags gravitated to that word still. I thought that stopped around the mid 2010s once everyone forgot about Lucky Star (I remember Konata popularizing the word here in the west).
>Meaning "i watched naruto and attack on titan once therefore i am the biggest fan of anime
Now this is something I see quite a bit.  I wish hollywood would start making capeshit good again so people can go back to fake-nerding over that.
>>22674
>Hello John, it's good to see you.
sup, you too
>As long as nobody uses it as a synonym for 'anime girls I find attractive'
i mean that's pretty much the modern definition like i said. the original definition is that + delusion.
>but there was certainly an important culture behind it
really? i'm not sure 2000s photos and toaster-quality videos of you dumping a spoonful of mashed potatoes on your dakimakura's mouth is important culture but maybe there's something i missed from the era of the "original definition" of waifu.
>Also I never usually see the schizos outside of dedicated waifu threads but I see your point.
weren't the schizos the "OGs" of waifuism? i distinctly remember the pics with the laptop screens, printed pictures, and dakimakuras being fed and married and obviously the worst stuff like "hot glue"
>Yeah, 'let'. Doesn't mean I won't. :)
pfffhahahaha okay buddy... whatever floats your boat, i guess you get off to hearing the screams of "LETS JUST BE FRIENDS!"
>>22673
i feel like its been reduced in the same way as weeaboo, isn't the modern definition of otaku the same as the modern definition of weeaboo? basically "someone who has watched anime more than once in their lifetime"
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>>22675
i see you preemptively answered my question. it's "weeaboo" but its the positive connotation kind, like what a normalnigger would call himself after watching his second anime. "i'm such an otaku" whereas a differerent normalfag would say "shut up weeaboo"
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oh god do any of you fags remember the booru literally dedicated to nothing but autists cumming on stuff, mostly figurines of anime characters? literally a booru of nothing but hot gluing. i have managed to forget that things existence for i dont know how many years and i've just now remembered it and now i'm upset.
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>>22677
>i mean that's pretty much the modern definition like i said. the original definition is that + delusion.
The modern definition is more of a passing fleeting thing though. It isn't as meaningful, because the person isn't actually dedicated to their waifu. After the flavor of the month anime ends, they just hop onto the next anime girl. It's the seriousness + monogamy + dedication that makes the term what it is. It may be 'schizo-shit', it may be outright delusional in the most severe cases, but who's looking to be 'normal' when it comes to stuff like this? They might not be real, but look at the absolute state of 3dpd and ask yourself which one is really losing his mind here, the fag with a 2dwife or the guy that still trusts 3d after the government has given them all influence in the world that allows them to go on an eternal powertrip. One is safe and easy, and the other you risk losing everything you have.
>i'm not sure 2000s photos and toaster-quality videos of you dumping a spoonful of mashed potatoes on your dakimakura's mouth is important culture
Some were actually that delusional but a lot of it was just showing off for cred in small circles. But anyway, that was only one part of it. It was more like having a favorite character and loving them very much. That can go anywhere from simple and normal just having a bunch of pictures of them in a folder somewhere, to total autism declaring your love for them out in public kind of thing. Essentially, the 'meaning' is the key.
>weren't the schizos the "OGs" of waifuism?
If we are speaking on 'western internet culture' terms they were but in the beginning it was more like a guy just having a bunch of merch of a girl or something to that effect. The perverseness with the 'hot-gluing' and the feeding the pillows was a 'bonus' and only the most special of special did that. Take that as you will.
>i guess you get off to hearing the screams of "LETS JUST BE FRIENDS!"
kek
>>22679
lel i remember. is it still up? i found it interesting how the semen would degrade the figurines, it was like a science experiment.
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>>22680
>first paragraph
there's a third option of doing neither, just wanting to fuck the brains out of like 70% of fictional girls and hating real women, but also not being interested in trying to form a monogamous attachment to a fictional character who... doesn't exist.
>lel i remember. is it still up?
i dont even remember the name of it. if you give me the name i'll go look for it.
also to be fair to myself and my lack of need to defend myself i think, i dont think i call 2d grills "waifus" anyway, maybe just "waifu material"
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>>22612
internet survivor flan is so cute...
>>22669
you're gonna have to pull alot of your own hairs to 
get to bang the homu, trust.
>>22684
>UNLIMITED AID
that's fake, right? the media has been shitting on trump for not supporting israel lately.
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If i had to rank the "western anime community" from normalfags to "OGs" i would put it like this:
1.normalfags, mostly watch shonen anime
2.Twitterfags, they are leftists and liberals.
3.Redditors
4.Modern 4channers
5.Modern /jp/
6.old otaku culture
>>22678
exactly, at first both words had a negative connotation, but only weeb maintains it.
>>22684
>PRAY FOR ISRAEL
is this true? sounds like a shitpost someone would do, but american politicians love israel so i don't know....
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>>22687
considering trump is getting shit on by the media as recently as like 2 days ago for not being a rabid israel defender (and even shit-talking israel) i'm pretty sure this is fake because i can't find anything about it either. doesn't even sound like him.
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>>22687
>>22688
the only two isreal related things from trump's truth social i see are these posts and the related video ( sauce: https://truthsocial.com/@realDonaldTrump/posts/112266700902679832 )
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>>22689
yeah that's more in line with what i expect from trump, using israel to attack biden.
>>22689
Indeed, that makes sense.
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>>22658
>but there's I think Dragonrot after talking to the son of the crazy old woman and I don't have a droplet so now my spirit emblems are not fully refilling after resting....uh I hope that made sense
No that's not Dragonrot. Dragonrot causes the 30-odd percent chance to not lose money and skill points on death. It also causes the corresponding NPC to not be able to continue their questlines until it's cured.
>droplet
I really feel like I should warn you about this and I don't really consider a spoiler. Use the droplets sparingly there's a limited number per game cycle. Wait to use them only after you have accrued multiple rot essences, and probably wait until after a boss fight since that's when your likely to die many times. Unless it hits an NPC that you really want continue the quest of and you need to cure it right then. Which is another good reason to have a small stock of droplets. If a shop vendor gets Dragonrot they'll still sell you stuff though so you don't have to cure them immediately.
>spirit emblems
If they're not refilling then that means you need to buy or farm more.
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>>22684
>internet survivor flan is so cute...
yeah
>>22693
I expected a scary monster but instead I got pussy, wtf man
>>22667
>nice trips
thanks
>>22668
I think they do but most of them sound about the same to me.
>>22692
>No that's not Dragonrot. Dragonrot causes the 30-odd percent chance to not lose money and skill points on death. It also causes the corresponding NPC to not be able to continue their questlines until it's cured.
Unseen aid? that's currently sitting at 15% for me
>I really feel like I should warn you about this and I don't really consider a spoiler. Use the droplets sparingly there's a limited number per game cycle. Wait to use them only after you have accrued multiple rot essences, and probably wait until after a boss fight since that's when your likely to die many times. Unless it hits an NPC that you really want continue the quest of and you need to cure it right then. Which is another good reason to have a small stock of droplets. If a shop vendor gets Dragonrot they'll still sell you stuff though so you don't have to cure them immediately.
Well that's kind of gay, anyway I already died about 25 times to Gyobou lmao, and I am pretty sure the only people selling that crap nearby right now spawn after his fight.
>If they're not refilling then that means you need to buy or farm more.
odd, i assumed they always refilled entirely.
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>>22693
Nice. It's been a while since I've seen one of those.
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>>22694
>Well that's kind of gay
I kind of is but it's not really an issue in the long run. The game spaces them out and doesn't give you all at once so it kind of rations them for you to an extent. The reason it ended up the way it did was because in development you had to make droplets yourself by temporarily sacrificing your resurrection ability. When that was abandoned they just peppered them around the world as loot or in shopkeeper inventory.

I don't know if you've noticed it yet but the punishment for dying isn't as harsh as it might first appear. You don't actually lose skill points from dying only half of your current EXP to the next skill point. So if you had 10 skill points yet to be allocated and about 90% of the way to another skill point and you die you'll have 10 skill points and about 45% the way to the next skill point. 
You also lose half of your money but if you want to preserve money for a big purchase later then you can buy coin caches at merchants.
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I defeated Gyobou on my first try using the firecrackers now
>>22696
>I kind of is but it's not really an issue in the long run. The game spaces them out and doesn't give you all at once so it kind of rations them for you to an extent. The reason it ended up the way it did was because in development you had to make droplets yourself by temporarily sacrificing your resurrection ability. When that was abandoned they just peppered them around the world as loot or in shopkeeper inventory.
Honestly that discarded system sounds even worse so at the very least i'm glad they went with this one instead.
>I don't know if you've noticed it yet but the punishment for dying isn't as harsh as it might first appear. You don't actually lose skill points from dying only half of your current EXP to the next skill point. So if you had 10 skill points yet to be allocated and about 90% of the way to another skill point and you die you'll have 10 skill points and about 45% the way to the next skill point. 
It's not the worst thing in the world but it's a bit discouraging anyway when you are early on in the game. I'm getting used to it though
>You also lose half of your money but if you want to preserve money for a big purchase later then you can buy coin caches at merchants.
Money is easy enough to acquire that it isn't really as much of an issue. Hmm since Fromsoftware currently owns the Tenchu IP and Activision owns the publishing rights for the first three Tenchu titles, I wonder if we could get a full blown brand-new Tenchu game.
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Some more Kazunari Suzuki storytime.
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>>22699
And here's the magazine pics in full size.
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>>22699
>>22700
Old jack frost had a really cute, peculiarly japanese and of its era design in MTII.
While reading about historical japanese disasters is great, I am baffled by the fact that I forgot about Asano's movie. I can't find it on Nyaa so I am assuming it's only available on Japanese theaters so far?
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>>22701
Youtube recommended me the PV of the movie some time ago, it seemed cool, i forgot about it. I would go to see it on the local cinema if they aired it here.
About movies, they are going to release a Bocchi the Rock movie, a Code Geass movie and a Yuru Yuri movie this season, i am interested in those ones.
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>>22695
have another
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>>22698
i just watched this trailer. that's..... bad. not even just the pretentious cramming-shit-down-your-throat. the voice acting, those horrible stock animations, the dreadful environments and graphics, the abysmal writing... wow. quite the uhhh... thing you have there.
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>>22702
It might get some sort of international release considering Asano is well-regarded enough overseas because of punpun.
>About movies, they are going to release a Bocchi the Rock movie, a Code Geass movie and a Yuru Yuri movie this season, i am interested in those ones.
Man, a Code Geass film in 2024? Now that's interesting
>>22703
holy shit that's some nice anatomy, so spindly.
>>22704
And it was funded by EU taxpayer dollars, mind you. It's probably the most unappealing project I have seen in ages. It makes fucking shit like DmC look fun in comparison lmao
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fuck this nigger, holy shit i hate this
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>>22706
>It makes fucking shit like DmC look fun in comparison lmao
DmC is enjoyable in a certain sense. i certainly still enjoy the "IM YOUR PROM DATE FUCK YOU" stuff even to this day. not for the intended reason though. it's enjoyable in the same way the room is enjoyable.
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>>22708
I'm just glad that Donte was able to move on and find gainful employment in the field of dentistry.
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>>22709
did chad warden predict new-age devil may cry with his prophetic "devil may go run up on a nigga?"
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>>22703
Thank you man.
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>>22711
if you have any good source images i'm down to make one more. can be whatever you want, not just panty removal.
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>>22710
Chad warden was a messiah and a prophet
that wasn't his only prediction
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>>22713
oh no not master queef
i have such a visceral reaction of revulsion to inappropriate, out-of-place, shoehorned virtue signaling to a point that i am beyond clueless how there are so many people who don't have this reaction but instead have one of approval. the fuck does a dude fucking another dude in his asshole have to do with halo? i dont even fucking like halo but come on
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>>22714
Sadly many people have been conditioned pretty badly into accepting garbage like this or at least pretending that it's fine even if deep down they feign disgust. Nobody wants to be ostracized for going against "The Message". Or that's what I think at least
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>>22667
>I never thought this would extend beyond being a forever war but here we are.
I'm not surprised at all honestly, not in the slightest. Bibi clearly doesn't want to give up the presidential office and is going through extreme measures to hold on to power. Notice how the IDF specially choose to strike Iran's embassy full of some of their top generals, a literal war crime according to the Geneva Convention no less, it was meant to be provocative and when massive protests were happening in Israel against Bibi no less, quite convenient they're under martial law now so no pesky protests from kikes who don't wanna bomb children in hospitals and schools in Gaza. Besides what was Iran supposed to do, accept a public slap on the face and not retaliate? They'd look like a giant bitch to the rest of the world had they not done something. I am surprised by how quickly Iran retaliated however, I figured they'd just dump a couple thousand cheap Shahed drones in Lebanon and then wait a week or two before giving Hezbollah the green light to flood the sky's with them to further fuck with the Iron dome but boy I was proven wrong because shit escalated quicker than even I and many others thought it would.

Welp, enjoy literal Armageddon I guess anons, especially if things escalate further to the Samson option.

>>22669
>madoka
More like Ma-dorka

>>22706
Good thing for the nation of Singapore and the Ubisoft devs who worked on Skull an Bones then? Now it's only the second most disappointing state funded vidya game now. Of course we'll have to wait for this game to actually release first to see how bad it is.

>>22664
It's only going to get worse anon, unlike say Syria, Palestine, or even Southern Yemen Iran can retaliate with more than glorified bottle rockets, ancient cold war era scud missiles, and throwing rocks at tanks. No they have a real military industrial complex that could compete against Turkey which is arguably one of the strongest N.A,T.O. member nations. And if Iran feels their very existence is threatened they can and absolutely will fuck with access to the Strait of Hormuz and all the stop gaps needed to access the Suez Canal.

Hope you enjoy all the global commodities plus fuel going up in price by 80% since everyone will have to sail across the entire continent of Africa in order to get anywhere all because someone high ranking in the IDF decided it be a good idea to poke a giant hornets nest.
This might be good for South Africa though since cargo ships will have to stop to refuel at their ports if they wanna carry cargo at full capacity and not get stranded in the ocean, now there's a potential for profit. Either that or sail boats will make a comeback for global trade, LMAO.

>>22520
Let's take a break from talking about the cringe cuck shit the Nobeta devs and artists publish on Twatter since I'm sure they'll end up in the spot light again and instead talk about other cunny games like WitchSpring R or something else on par and good. I haven't actually played WitchSpring R yet myself but it's on my bucket list since it looks comfy and wholesome and I have read very few bad reviews on it. Has anyone here given it a try?

>>22707
Oh boy another YouTube Eceleb who built their carrier off reading fucking KYM articles.
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>>22716
>Good thing for the nation of Singapore and the Ubisoft devs who worked on Skull an Bones then? Now it's only the second most disappointing state funded vidya game now. Of course we'll have to wait for this game to actually release first to see how bad it is.
I think Amalur was also state-funded or something but don't quote me on it
>Welp, enjoy literal Armageddon I guess anons, especially if things escalate further to the Samson option.
I should probably be more distressed but somehow I am not.
>instead talk about other cunny games like WitchSpring R or something else on par and good. I haven't actually played WitchSpring R yet myself but it's on my bucket list since it looks comfy and wholesome and I have read very few bad reviews on it. Has anyone here given it a try?
I've had my eyes on it for a while now because it looks like a really fun under-the-radar title, I think it might also have a few sequels on console already but don't take my word for it.
Another fun cunny game is Frogun, which is getting a sequel soon, I didn't finish the first one but Renata was cute, might get back into it some day.
>Oh boy another YouTube Eceleb who built their carrier off reading fucking KYM articles.
cannibalizing internet culture for views from normalfags used to be more frowned upon some years ago
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Some Aya Nishitani storytime.

The archive is working smoothly for now. Thank God.
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Hi.
>>22719
Hello.
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>>22719
>>22720
Guten Tag!
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>>22719
Greetings.
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>>22663
It feels absolutely insnae when I used see all those antisemitism advertisements about how you should never be saying hitler was right and you should hate on a jew. 
Now we hit the point where its acceptable to say FUCK THE JEWS! All because of brown people have started invading israel.
>>22714
>the fuck does a dude fucking another dude in his asshole have to do with halo?
halo more like Gaylo Nothing just absolutely nothing, the only thing that matters is not appearing whatever -phobic there is to this day.
>>22719
G'day
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>>22718
>biggest fucking fire in history
>hmmm maybe we should stop using explicitly wooden structures
>nope let's do it again
>*everything keeps burning down*
>>22719
Hello
>>22723
>Now we hit the point where its acceptable to say FUCK THE JEWS! All because of brown people have started invading israel.
I'm laughing my ass off at all the leftists suddenly decrying kikes because they are blowing up sandniggers.
>gif
thats some smooth animation
>>22724
>wooden structures
is like the tornadoes in america, they occur frequently destroying entire towns, but still continue to build cheap wooden houses, just so the construction corporations can gain money.
>all the leftists suddenly decrying kikes
and the "right" is supporting israel because they always need go against the left, and call you a woke and a liberal if you don't support israel. I hate this stupid dichotomy.
>>22724
In the case of Japan it's because they are so earthquake prone. Earthquakes can cause major fires but they absolutely WILL bring down stone structures.

>>22725
In the US it's partially due to the high price of housing (and house insurance) and partially due to the convenience of being able to renovate and add on. Plus if Americans went to something other than wood it would either be shit grade cinderblocks or all metal construction which would still be torn apart in tornadoes. 
Me personally if I lived in tornado alley my house would be blow grade and I'd have a bamboo grove planted on the rooflawn just to be safe.

All that being said wood is not actually a bad building material.
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Slightly sad news: MMD/MMM/Blender anon has announced a drastic slowdown on animation work due to work until probably July. Will still work on them though, and also mentions that hopefully this means that the work will probably result in hardware upgrade afterwards.
I'll post these last snippets of work and a link to the Mega folder once again with the stuff he has worked on for your pleasure.
https://mega.nz/folder/WU1AjJaR#M1fXj_KEZ8X7bd-cdswi8g
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Some more Aya Nishitani storytime. Enjoy.
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>>22701
I looked for this all last night. It looks good.
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>>22726
>In the case of Japan it's because they are so earthquake prone. Earthquakes can cause major fires but they absolutely WILL bring down stone structures.
So it's replacing one disaster for another one, essentially. I mean it's not like the Japanese are Africans, I would assume that they if anyone would've have had the ingenuity to work around that and not have it take hundreds of years
>>22725
>and the "right" is supporting israel because they always need go against the left, and call you a woke and a liberal if you don't support israel. I hate this stupid dichotomy.
I don't like seeing some people on the right supporting Israel either.
>>22727
Well that's a shame but it's understandable. I wish him well.
>>22728
I wonder what an Edo period fire squadron even looked like
>>22729
Let me know if you find it, I am actively checking torrent sites for it, I somehow doubt we are getting one of those phone camera releases from Japan though...
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>>22713
Chad Warden made some pretty amazing predictions.

>>22725
>all the leftists suddenly decrying kikes
>and the "right" is supporting israel because they always need go against the left, and call you a woke and a liberal if you don't support israel. I hate this stupid dichotomy.
On the bright side: The more ridiculous this shit gets, the more normal fags are gonna wake up.
Barely anyone takes the neocons at ((( Fox News ))) seriously anymore.

>>22708
>it's enjoyable in the same way the room is enjoyable.
Agreed. DmC had some real "so bad it's good" moments. Like, who can forget the bouncer scene? And then there's the absolutely shameless Bill O'Reilly parody character, with no subtlety whatsoever. They even had him say the infamous "We'll do it live!" line. I know that may sound too retarded to be true, but I swear I'm not bullshitting you.
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when the FUCK did Kaiju No. 8 got an anime???
holy shit nigger what, have i been that out of the loop
>>22731
>mexican nigga mario is real
holy shit not wrong
>>22730
>I would assume that they if anyone would've have had the ingenuity to work around that and not have it take hundreds of years
Even Europeans had trouble with stone buildings when it came to the rare severe quakes at home (just look up the 1755 Lisbon earthquake) or when they exported their architecture to their colonies in more earthquake prone regions.

Another thing is some of the wood used in Asian architecture is bamboo, which is effectively natural fiberglass. I really can't over sell how good bamboo is when it comes to structural matters. It's both strong and flexible, which when you live in a region that experiences both quakes and typhoons is pretty important.

Assuming they hadn't been dominated by the west and effectively forced to put up western construction 20th century buildings, they would probably worked around it by replacing wooden tiled roofs with ceramics and replacing/augmentation rice paper outer walls with glass or other materials. Additionally they would have certainly adopted safer and safer light sources instead of open flames and adopted western style fire suppression with hydrants and sprinklers.

The walls and ramparts of Japanese castles were fire resistant, being basically wattle and daub, since they were expected to stand up burning and exploding attacks. It's possible they would have adopted that material for city dwellings in the absence of western influence.
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>>22733
Well I formatted that post weird but at least it readable.
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>>22733
oooo
well that's really interesting, i wasn't aware of bamboo being such a flexible and durable material.
what do you think that modern japanese architecture would look like without any sort of western intervention (and/or particularly american)
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>>22735
I should've clarified that by look = visual representation
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>>22735
Well like I said they would have probably gone all in for tiled roofs, that's what the Chinese did. Except for in the country. Notable some houses in northern Japan did and still do have thatched roofs. I wouldn't be surprised if they would have adopted glass windows. Float glass pretty simple tech and the Japanese during the Edo period took to tin making so they had some experience with that and the tin in the float glass process is reused so even if it had to be imported it could be conserved. So maybe imagine a house with 1970's sliding doors and with a traditional but tiled roof.

If the Japanese could have gotten past the westaboo stage of the Meiji restoration they might have returned to a "modernized" Heian style, for public buildings at least.
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Oh here's something interesting. Here's some pics of Edo era houses. It looks like many of them DID use the adobe/ wattle and daub walls. But note all the roofs are wooden shakes. So obviously embers falling on that and fire just goes from house to house at that density. So yeah I'm even more convinced that trad houses would have been relatively up to snuff if they had been using some sort of safety lamps and had non flammable roof tiles. And fire hydrants.
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This pagoda for example, has flexible joints to survive earthquakes.
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>>22724
How've you been?
>>22740
Comfy pic.
>>22740
I want coffee now
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>>22737
huh tiled roofs with glass windows and other modern accomodations, that sounds nice. I could picture some retro-futuristic manga having such a setting.
>>22738
oh those are more akin to what i had in mind.
 also holy shit anon, how do you know so much about japanese history. it's cool
>>22739
im surprised that this pagoda is stills standing after all these years, what a beautiful structure.
>>22740
I've been better, my health seems to never improve and losing motivation is very easy because of that.
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>>22743
>huh tiled roofs with glass windows and other modern accomodations, that sounds nice. I could picture some retro-futuristic manga having such a setting.
Honestly after typing that I almost felt foolish, like I had maybe presumed over much. Then I came across some of these pics in my collection and it's very similar to what I described. So basically like this but less direct western influence I guess.
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>>22744
that last picture, is that from kyoto?
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>>22743
I see. Take care.
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>>22747
Same to yuo, cute gif.
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>watch helldivers 2 video
>retard has to preface his video by emphatically reminding the viewer that "america bad" and it's just satire bro
oh lord, i remember being mildly upset about EDF not getting much love overseas, but now its got me wishing these niggers stay the fuck away from EDF, forever
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>>22746
I see you've already started celebrating CUNY Tuesday. That's the spirit!
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happy CUNY tuesday bro
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>>22749
imagine if they played edf and cared enough about japanese politics to do performative bullshit about it
like out of nowhere youtube talking head serial number #JF72-9901 starts talking about japanese state pacifism while playing it, making sure to remind people not to support revising article 9 when most of his watchers would give so little of a shit that they probably think of shinzo abe as the "have sex" guy if they even know him at all
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>>22730
>Well that's a shame but it's understandable. I wish him well.
He said he'll still be around but that the larger projects will take a bit longer to finish.
So that's the news for now. Enjoy this new Chen.
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>>22750
Happy CUNY Tuesday
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>>22745
Sure is.
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im testing CSP and im overwhelmed by the amount of features compared to SAI2, SAI2 is a robust little set of features while CSP is "LETS JAM EVERYTHING EVER"
here's a little thing i just made in 5 minutes
>>22752
I don't entirely put it past them considering how some faggots were crying about Monster Hunter being imperialistic propaganda.
>>22753
Thats a cute chen, saved.
>>22755
i wanna go there someday
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I drew lego sonic in real life.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIkdrpsER2g
>>22757
lmao
sonic goes to the real world dude
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HV_6d3lKfIo
>>22756
For being an evil thing it looks cute, very good drawing.
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>>22759
thanks, it's actually very evil, it evades taxes
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>>22754
Thanks. I'm having a pretty nice day so far.

>>22760
You've got that the wrong way around. Taxes are evil.
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>>22761
>Taxes are evil.
i was going to post that
What do you think of this 3d anime? It looks like some sort of high quality MMD animation.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYACbFOQDxw
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>>22763
What is this, some kind of K-On clone?
>"GIRLS BAND CRY"
Chad Warden don't give a fuck, aight? Let that nigga cry.

Now that you mention MMD, I really wish more people would use it for what really matters: Making ENF fetish videos. There's never enough of those.
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>>22764
I discovered that MMD people can showing nudity on youtube just by making clothes translucent, so the algorithm can't understand.
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>>22757
Oh that's cool!
>>22765
If you look for "[game title] + nude mod", you can find hundreds of videos on Youtube by the way, that haven't been removed, I don't know why people even bother uploading this to jewtube though when even niconico allows it
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>>22761
nice rolls
>>22763
the pale girl with the bow is wife material
does anyone remember that shitty 3d anime about some fairies or something? it took place in a forest and looked like shit
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>see this thumbnail on my feed
>click
>think "oh nice, they've finally beaten a record from like 1994 lol"
>1998
>mfw
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why don't these niggers just move to the middle east if they hate america so much
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>>22770
I don't know in america, but sandniggers in europe are doing a war of conquest by making them majority in certain zones so they can reclaim the territory as theirs, just as how morocco did with the western sahara. I think britain has already fallen, that place looks like Iraq
>>22767
>the pale girl with the bow is wife material
which one?
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>>22771
Correct me if I am wrong but I think that saying 'reclaim' implies that it was originally their territory, which as far as I am concerned isn't the case.
>which one?
I should've been more specific, what's-her-name on the right.
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>>22772
>Correct me if I am wrong but I think that saying 'reclaim' implies that it was originally their territory, which as far as I am concerned isn't the case.
In the middle ages they had some parts of Europe under their control
>what's-her-name on the right
Tomo-chan, she didn't appear already. I prefer the one at the left.
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I watched an anime, binged the entire thing. It had a great premise, but it fell into what I'd like to call the 'bell-curve' trap. Kind of boring at first, starts getting interesting, reaches a high in being interesting, and then just goes down from there. It's just depressing to see something with so much potential disappoint so much (like me). I felt the ending would have been perfect if not for the anti-climatic climax preceeding it.
>>22763
Not bad but I don't want this to become a trend. 2D animation must remain eternal.
Now, story wise just from the trailer, this seems to be another one of those forced drama CGDCT anime.
>>22770
It's totally heckin valid too be 'safe-edgy' and '©ounter-©ulture™' when there aren't any consequences to what you are saying, even if you don't mean it~!
>>22774
>Not bad but I don't want this to become a trend. 2D animation must remain eternal.
I am not opposed to 3D animation when the idea itself started as a 3D show, personally.
I think that both styles can coexist. Besides most '2D' anime has used 3D elements for over two decades by now, and even consumer-grade tools like Blender offer 2D tools like Grease Pencil where an additional axis can greatly benefit and streamline the animation process.
I dunno, that's my two cents. I would be more worried and upset about shit like Netflix Japan using AI backgrounds.
>>22774
What anime did you watch?