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Bernd 07/21/2017 (Fri) 15:19:50 [Preview] No. 9058 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I'd fuck these 13 year olds so damn hard. What kind of faggot wouldn't want the age of consent lowered to 12?
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Bernd 12/11/2017 (Mon) 01:55:31 [Preview] No.12528 del
Steam is banning lolicon games because of people like (you)

sage Bernd 12/11/2017 (Mon) 02:31:20 [Preview] No.12529 del
checks out

Bernd 12/11/2017 (Mon) 11:19:57 [Preview] No.12542 del
It's surprisingly difficult to sage properly on this board. I dunno why. I always make the same mistake as well.

Bernd 02/17/2018 (Sat) 02:50:47 [Preview] No.13706 del

This is not a forum you nigger, it's an imageboard, bump just to piss your autismal ass off.

Bernd 02/24/2018 (Sat) 04:03:21 [Preview] No.13814 del
It's funny how so many conservative types want people to marry and be monogamous but then cry "pedophilia" when someone wants to marry a young teen, so instead the young teens end up turning to their peers for relationships and sex and then become the town bicycle before they reach the age of consent, then no one wants to marry them.

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Bernd 02/23/2018 (Fri) 02:17:33 [Preview] No. 13802 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]

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Bernd 02/23/2018 (Fri) 17:15:22 [Preview] No.13808 del
Ah Death. Just what the doctor prescribed. 3x2 every day.
It's quite the deep topic it gives lots of things to think about. It fascinated humanity since humanity exists.

Do we really want to be immortal? Those old people whom I spoke and said something about death usually said they are fine with it ("I lived enough"). But maybe because right now it's inevitable and this way of thinking would change if living further will be an option and we won't be forced to make peace with it.

Bernd 02/23/2018 (Fri) 21:56:44 [Preview] No.13811 del
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>tl;dr: there's a good chance we will have biological immortality

It's not.

If you'd look at medicine progress in last 100 years, you'll see that only real breakthrough were antibiotics, other parts remained almost the same, except that new things from other science fields made diagnostics and surgery better. For example, most of viral diseases are treated like "we just try to make body stay alive and hope that it will cure itself" (vaccines doesn't count, it is different thing). So it is basically a symptomatic treatment, and real source of disease isn't cured. Most antiviral drugs are very ineffective, and it is immune system who does the work. And nothing changed even while huge amount of money is stuffed in research.

Humanity couldn't even find a proper cure for common cold - group of diseases that do enormous economic and health damage on planet scale. There is no cure for most of serious diseases like pancreatitis or most types of arthritis - mechanism of action already known, but nothing can be done except trying to prolong life of person and lessen suffering, because transplantation rarely a thing here. Technology allows to cut you everywhere and chop some of your parts, but it doesn't provide something that can really regenerate, regrow and fix your body.

Even a not really serious thing like balding. Just think about it: humans could launch person to Moon, but can't fix thing that literally sits on top of their heads. Same solutions: hormone treatment (that isn't really a solution but just suppressing) and transplant. Again, no real way to solve the source of problem.

I bet most of excitement about medicine exists because modern culture (tv, games, movies) portray it as something too futuristic. But when you'll actually get some health problems, you'll see that everything isn't that good. So, thinking that real immortality will be achieved in next 30-40 years looks pretty unrealistic.

It is same thing like "robots will replace everyone every day now". They are replacing everyone for half of century but demand for uneducated workforce only grows, and some countries even need to import foreigners because of this.

Bernd 02/24/2018 (Sat) 01:21:32 [Preview] No.13813 del
Those articles are mostly about ending senescence, not curing everything to the point where there's nothing that could kill us and we die at the age of 130 from natural causes. Think of it like someone who looks 25 but is actually 80. There are already animals in real life that already have this immortality

>Humanity couldn't even find a proper cure for common cold
that's not a priority, and common cold is like a thousand different things that all share similar symptoms.

>There is no cure for most of serious diseases like pancreatitis or most types of arthritis
We don't need to cure everything before we figure out negligible senescence.

>Even a not really serious thing like balding
You won't be balding if you never grow old to begin with.

>They are replacing everyone for half of century but demand for uneducated workforce only grows
Only reason they aren't replacing a lot of jobs is because of cost effectiveness, not because the technology doesn't exist yet.

wetter threda Bernd 09/05/2017 (Tue) 16:39:44 [Preview] No. 9926 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
anyone else following weather and shit?

current proceedings: Irma is now cat 5, expected to trail just north of Greater Antilles and south of Florida. Jose following close by in similar track. hoping for a nice show and responsible damage control in affected parts Haiti get your shit together

websites for tracking tropical cyclones:
<but I don't understand technical terms and shit, I need something for keins

general websites:
<for keins
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Bernd 02/21/2018 (Wed) 11:44:52 [Preview] No.13771 del
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Damn, those temperature anomalies!

Bernd 02/21/2018 (Wed) 16:49:37 [Preview] No.13774 del
Finally. We're gonna have trüe winter. Now that winter comes to its end.

Bernd 02/23/2018 (Fri) 18:14:10 [Preview] No.13810 del
With the weekend comes the winter. Still some snow left and the temperature will be below 0 from now on for a while. For next week we can expect -20C at some places which is very low here. More snow comes and as for me I will be out in the woods finally. Gonna make angels in the snow, ha.

Bernd 02/23/2018 (Fri) 23:04:42 [Preview] No.13812 del
I'm going cross country skiing a bit tomorrow. Tracks should be laid down.
The cold arrives tomorrow evening by forecast.

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Role Playing Games Bernd 12/17/2017 (Sun) 20:40:33 [Preview] No. 12621 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I want to begin a new series about a Hungarian pen and paper role playing game I've already mentioned in other thread(s). It's called M.A.G.U.S. - Kalandorok Krónikái (Chronicles of Adventurers) and I wish to guide you through it's history, world and maybe even rules. Frankly I'm not well prepared and most likely not the best person for the job, but, well, I'm the only one here and this is the best it's gonna get.
IRL talking with a real M.A.G.U.S. fan about M.A.G.U.S. is a real herculean challange as they can be extremely assburgerish about insignificant details, they can cite some careless comment from an obscure magazine's unknown article anytime and consider it rock solid canon they can base their opinion. It's worse to play it with an experienced fanatic as they are capable arguing to the point of the knife with the Kalandmester or Mesélő (Adventure Master or Tale Teller/Story-Teller, the DM, it's KM from no on) even if everyone knows the First Rule: the KM is always right.

Of course any other rpg can be discussed here, but I'd like to keep this thread for pnp or tabletop rpgs, crpgs should go into the Vidya thread.

>1st pic
This is the Első Törvénykönyv (First Code of Law or Rulebook, from now on ETK). It was published in 1997 for the first time.
>2nd pic
The Nagy Zöld (Big Green). Well this is the real first rulebook, published in 1993. The rules were written for a few years (I saw some parts in a mag from 1991) still it was full of errors, fuck ups and inconsistencies some of them haunt even in current year and will haunt probably forever. Never read it btw.
>3rd pic
Második Törvénykönyv (Second Code of Law) published in 1995 so even this predates the ETK... This one... I don't think it is more than some shitty addendum, even the foreword states every rule in this book is optional.
>4th pic
The continent of Ynev. I've no idea how to pronounce it so I call it Inev. The world itself is called Satriale... no, Satralis it has two other continents noone cares about only some vague shit were written about them and are unplayable by default. I think the ETK not even mentions the planet or operates on the supposition that Ynev is the name of the world. In following posts you will meet names very typical fantasy worlds. Lots of them were borrowed from IRL or other fantasy resources so prepare some familiar sounding stuff.

Oh I forgot. It's just a typical medieval fantasy world, with elves, dwarves and orcs. Luckily I don't know anything about gay-ass halflings.
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Bernd 01/08/2018 (Mon) 17:17:59 [Preview] No.12963 del
Oh I forgot. The Risk game was quite all right. We'll play more in the future. Possibly.
However previously I dl'd a manual (an USian, 1993) and there were some discrepancies. E.g. the one we played is for 5 players tops and not 6, every player starts with 35 units even if all 5 plays and not 25 and such.

Bernd 02/11/2018 (Sun) 20:01:47 [Preview] No.13624 del
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Tried Tikal this weekend. Pretty cozy game for 2-4 players.
Background story: archaeologists compete at the Mayan temple Tikal who can dig up the most temples and gather the most treasure.
The gameplay relies less on luck (no dice rolling) and more on planning and tactics/strategy.
The layout of the board is created by the players on the fly, they choose the hexa tile cards from ordered piles (this is one source of randomness) at the beginning of every turn then they spend 10 action points on different tasks: movement, excavation, treasure gathering, camp building and temple guarding.
The other source of randomness is how the treasure is distributed on the map. Certain tile cards have treasure marks (2-4) and the players draw blindly so the treasure tokens are chosen randomly.
How many points are earned depends on the treasure gathered and temple secured. Temples has levels which can be increased by excavation, the points one get for a temple equals with this level. The players secure temples with their workers ofc.
Workers and one archaeologists get on the map via camps serving as entrances they start their journey on the map from these. There's one main camp everyone can use and all players can set up two camps of their own elsewhere.
Basically that's it.

Bernd 02/23/2018 (Fri) 01:25:47 [Preview] No.13801 del
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I said I'd write more about wargaming and here I am.

My board game interest led me to discover many epic-sounding wargames that'd take too much effort to acquire and play: with legit physical versions too hard to get, I'd have to adapt and print the board & other contents or do it all in my computer. I did, however, encounter a handful of games specifically built for printing and easy use. They include:

>Battle for Moscow
Classic wargame from a veteran designer, Frank Chadwick who's even a boardgamegeek.com member. German player gets to choose his starting unit disposition, while the Soviet player has, with a single exception, just a single unit type. German player must capture and hold Moscow by the end of seven turns, with mechanics for mud and Siberian reinforcements, aswell as German armored movement and Soviet rail movement.

I only realized War's (>>12874) combat system was slow and clunky while playing this; attacker/defender strength ratios and results determined by a single dice roll + looking up a table of results is infinitely more sophisticated than War's method of repeatedly comparing the results of two d6 to eliminate each individual unit.

But although it's fun and simple, its fun rapidly dried up after repeated solitaire plays, all of which ended in a Soviet victory. Maybe solitaire play is completely impractical or I haven't correctly understood some rule.

>Eastern Front 2
Designed by Philip Sabin, a lucky assburger who gets to write articles on wargaming (see https://www.kcl.ac.uk/sspp/departments/warstudies/people/professors/sabin/index.aspx) to be as simple as possible and still produce realistic simulation results. Players start in either 1941 or 1943, with minor changes possible to test alt-historical scenarios, and play out the entire war,
The Axis can nominally win if it can take 2 of 3 major Soviet cities -Leningrad, Stalingrad and Moscow, but that's impossible unless the German player is exceptionally lucky in his rolls. Therefore, he has two other victory possibilities -holding out until late 1945 spring and capturing a certain proportion of the hexes bordering Siberia.
Units, hexes and game turns are massive in scale and thus few in number. Industrial zones are destroyed if taken by the enemy and can never be rebuilt, a confusing rule to a normalfag fellow player. Each side's stacking limit is fixed for every turn, artificially representing many factors that couldn't be organically simulated due to the game's simplicity.

Overall, although entertaining and ellegantly designed, it's a weak choice for repeated plays due to its simplicity and for being designed primarily to prove the author's points rather than being a fun game.

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Bernd 02/23/2018 (Fri) 06:46:05 [Preview] No.13803 del
Oooh, I was just thinking in the past few days I really should continue with the history of the continent of Ynev. I have to read up on it tho I feel some confusion here and there.

How much the luck contributes to the outcome of those games and how much the tactic/strategy the players employ? If it's hard to say you could compare it to Risk where it feels fuckhuge well maybe not that huge but big nevertheless and can easily change stuff even if the players don't make stupid decisions.

Bernd 02/23/2018 (Fri) 17:19:18 [Preview] No.13809 del
>How much the luck contributes to the outcome of those games and how much the tactic/strategy the players employ?
On Battle for Moscow, as is typical for this kind of wargame, luck is only a tiny factor. Within individual battles, terrain and the strength ratio of attacker define which column of the Combat Results. As you can see, the defender only has a chance to win on a 1:1 or 2:1 ratio; luck just decides casualties, and even that is influenced by the ratio. This adds up with terrain, initial force distribution and number of hexes and units to dillute the importance of die rolls.

On Eastern Front 2, luck is more important due to a different combat system and a higher level of abstraction, but not to the relevance it holds in Risk.

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las noticias internacionales - al azar Bernd 12/27/2017 (Wed) 15:22:43 [Preview] No. 12757 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
This just in...
After the restoration of the Austro-Hungarian Empire two great nation found each other, the Polish and the Brazilian. Unquestionable support of the True Faith and hot grills are just two of many values these countries share not to mention economic similarities between North Brazil and Eastern Poland. Don't forget to invest there, good people.
Top level diplomats on both sides recognized the necessity of unification of the two countries. However Divine Signs imply the time isn't here yet the process has to be postponed until the alignment of the Statues of Christ is right.

In other news...
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Bernd 02/21/2018 (Wed) 07:47:16 [Preview] No.13769 del
>I thought that soldier needs a drink to hold his gun stable enough.

It is seen from thumbnail that it is German video, not Russian.

>Maybe it's an obligation of the NATO contract. Last year Trump complained other members don't spend enough on their forces. The USA don't want a one member alliance, they have fingers in too many pies already all around the world.

Yes, it is more like official reason to have an army. But actually they (Germans) know, that army is pretty much meaningless for them at this time, so they cut spending and stop caring.

And Trump may say anything, but in foreseeable future USA will be the only real powerful member of NATO.

>Why I would keep an army if I was in the place of the Germans? Because one thing is permanent in this world: everything changes.

I don't think that modern politicians can think about future like that, especially in Europe. Especially in Germany, where they didn't even care about results of uncontrolled mass migration. Of course, if I would be a leader of Germany, I'd made proper army. It also a way to stimulate local industry with large amount of money without competition problems.

Bernd 02/22/2018 (Thu) 20:06:43 [Preview] No.13800 del
But beer is German "targeting water" (as we call any type of alcohol while drinking in situation that needs targeting). Or Bavarian?
I've found an article:
The NATO agreement of 2014 marked the 2% of GDP as a minimum amount to spend on military and Germany spent 1.2 back then. In 2016 it's 1.3%. Elsewhere I found they spent 1.5% in 2001. They aren't really enthusiastic they'll never reach the target they should drink more.

This reminded me our situation. I wanted to check our numbers but that's boring. The funny thing is that our situation is the same as during WWII (which is basically unchanged since then): we are in the same alliance as our "enemies" while it's a national sport to laugh on the stupid Horthy and Co. that they made us an ally to our enemies during WWII. Amusing.

>didn't even care about results of uncontrolled mass migration
They don't care because they don't have a sense of belonging to their people/ethnicity/nation. They are just individuals caring about their own interests and desire. Even if we ignore the national side of things and just concentrate on the growing poverty or crime of whatever they don't care if others drown into it because they can just isolate themselves from the crap.

Bernd 02/23/2018 (Fri) 16:43:18 [Preview] No.13805 del
oy vey hungary how dare you celebrate your traditional culture

Bernd 02/23/2018 (Fri) 17:04:31 [Preview] No.13806 del
Oh I heard about that. The mayor might misrepresented of the truth some as we're heading for the elections and this Defender of the Christian Europe and Hungary image is their best munition. Tho it sounds plausible what he claimed about what had been said. It would be nice to read some official explanation nevertheless.

Bernd 02/23/2018 (Fri) 17:06:10 [Preview] No.13807 del
Btw. At 0:44.

Art Thread Bernd 02/20/2018 (Tue) 06:07:48 [Preview] No. 13750 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I am not an expert on art. /disclaimer

Part of one of my high school spanish classes dealt mainly with learning about various "spanish" artists in spanish. The first of which was El Greco was probably my favorite. What led me to re-visit this subject was a hand symbol in one his portraits that pops up in a couple other of his paintings and what it's meaning is. My teacher explained it as being a secret sign christians used during their persecution, but that didn't make too much sense to me for a variety of reasons, and it seems to be a mystery still.

This site seems to go quite in detail into the matter.
His most notable peculiarity in painting was when depicting religious scenes or figures they'd be normally quite elongated and sometimes downright unnatural looking which drew the ire of some at the time but his natural scenes were depicted in a natural and realistic manner.
Included are a couple of triptychs:
>A work, such as an altarpiece, consisting of three painted or carved panels that are hinged together.
These are attributed to him and are circa 1568. They lack the elongated figures of a lot of his works but pre-date a alot of the ones I found with such features by about 10 years, so they may in fact be his after all, like I said I'm no expert.

I came to find out looking further into it that he, and probably other artists as well, who would paint or sculpt for churches were usually involved in much more than just doing some paintings or frescoes. He did a lot of wooden sculpting and created altars and other decorations for various churches reportedly, but they were wood and none of them apparently survived. Wikipedia says there is a sculpture but I couldn't find a picture of it.
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Bernd 02/21/2018 (Wed) 17:07:42 [Preview] No.13778 del
That's all btw. I hope I'll find something more dignified to post in the future.

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Bernd 02/22/2018 (Thu) 16:11:52 [Preview] No.13797 del
You're welcome.

Bernd 02/23/2018 (Fri) 06:56:26 [Preview] No.13804 del
I'm not trying to hijack this into a book thread but I don't want to create a new thread for my question and literature is an art.
Does Bernd feel sometimes emptiness after finishing certain books and feels a bit sad it ended? Time to times I have this feels and not necessarily with books I enjoyed the most. Maybe it's something to do with the characters like I used to them "being around". Yeah something like this. The books I find awesome I read fast but on the all rightish books I can sit for some time (if they are long like several volumes of ~600-1000 pages) so it has time to be absorbed into my daily life for a longer period then I got to an end and a part of my life vanishes with that. I'm not saying I'm mourning it for days but it's an unexpected pang when I read the last lines.

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Syria War thread Bernd 09/10/2017 (Sun) 20:54:54 [Preview] No. 10248 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Because rondam news is too small to contain it

ISIS in Deir ez-Zor got almost rekt, siege is broken.

YPG forces started their own offensive and arrived in north of Deir ez-Zor.
>US-Led Coalition ‘Will Not Allow’ Syrian Army To Cross Euphrates River In Deir Ezzor
I except they start fighting with each other soon, maybe even tomorrow, while ISIS will occasionaly bomb a car or a tank on both sides.

ISIS in eastern Homs are getting gradually removed and hopefully soon they will be containet in the east.

There was something about Israel entering Lebanon air space and Syria reacting with anti air defence but sadly I lost link to proofs.

Link to map
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It's still unsure what's gonna happen in Afrin but it appears the Kurds there and Damascus made a deal.

Of course no Russian military personnel died on the Deir ez-Zor front, evil Americans are killing tourists and businessmen.

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Much more interesting is what would Russia do if SAA and Afrin Kurds made deal. Would it confront Turkey directly with air support? I guess not, "big" countries try to avoid others in this conflict, it is serious political thing. Talks between Russia and Turkey in Astana also happened recently and it looks like they have some agreement already.

Will it be independent action of Assad, like SAA+YPG vs FSA+Turkey while others (USA, Russia) watch? Or Turkey will stop in border regions (sometimes it looks like that was the plan) and it will be FSA-only fight?

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Those NDF fighters defended the Nubl and Zahraa pocket for years, with Afrin as their only non-hostile borders. From their perspective, this participation is also a form of returning the favor.

It won't be enough, though, as the roaches keep advancing. I've noticed a pattern: they're focusing on securing the border rather than following the most logical invasion route (Jindires->Afrin). Maybe the T*rkish backup plan in the event of a failure is to at least have a buffer zone at the border? Erdogan would then be claim a "victory" due to PKK-tied forces no longer being at his border, which was the casus belli all along.

What makes this strange is that Turkey had been diplomatically drifting closer to Russia for a while.

There are more news: East Ghouta is getting bombed hard as a massive offensive begins. To the north, rebels in the Greater Idlib have once again returned to their daily routine of infighting, with the "Syrian Liberation Front" (3-day old merger of Ahrar al-Sham and the al-Zenki movement) attacking HTS.

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>What makes this strange is that Turkey had been diplomatically drifting closer to Russia for a while.

Turkey-Russia relations are very strange at all. Turks were friendly, then they shot down Russian plane (and this wasn't an accident), then suddenly friendly again. Was Erdogan so afraid after that coup so he is ready to piss NATO allies? Or American support of Kurds angered him so much?

>Maybe the T*rkish backup plan in the event of a failure is to at least have a buffer zone at the border?

I think this was the plan from start. Maybe Turkish army isn't the best army in the world, but they surely could take Afrin in a week or two if they decided to push seriously. Also these sudden observation posts. Pretty shady activities.

Bernd 02/22/2018 (Thu) 18:26:22 [Preview] No.13799 del
The situation has it's piquancy. Now that Daesh is reduced to almost insignificant levels nice little love triangle is going on in Syria.
On one side of the coin there's the Assad regime backed by Russia (and Iran).
On the other side of the coin, there's the Kurdish led parts backed by the US.
On the third side of the coin, there's the moderate terrorist rebels now supported and used by Turkey.
The US and Turkey is in a military alliance.
Russia is a rival of both the US and Turkey in that region.
The Kurds and Turks are arch-enemies of each other.
The Syrian govt. and the Kurds have an uneasy peace and seem to negotiate all the time.

What's missing from this list?

bolitics serios discussion – edició català Bernd 09/13/2017 (Wed) 16:32:06 [Preview] No. 10368 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Catalans have been acting pretty edgily lately. (note the correct usage of adverb there, and not the adjective) Their parliament apparently wants to illegally hold a binding referendum on independence, which is against the Spanish constitution.


Let's see what the Russian proofsters report on that.


Interdasting. It would seem the date is 1st of October. Until then, we can expect lots of backpedaling. But let us be surprised and hope something actually happens this time.
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Bernd 02/06/2018 (Tue) 19:42:46 [Preview] No.13553 del
>within the framework of the constitution
I see they keep the lamest excuse ever close at hand.

>this republican framework does not allow us to say ‘yes’ to certain demands, such as on residency rights or recognizing Corsican as the official language alongside French.
Let's see:
>The language of the Republic shall be French.
It doesn't say: The language of the Republic shall be French and only French nothing else.

Bernd 02/21/2018 (Wed) 21:06:59 [Preview] No.13788 del
Some times ago we had a discussion about making democracies absolutely direct with the help of technology, everyone could have the option to vote on the matters of the state and nations.
Now I'm throw out the raw idea. How about making the public servants - especially those public servants who are on the top positions of the governing body - daily job entirely public with the help of technology big brother style? From their election/appointment they aren't private individuals anymore by any law (at least here), and their accountability should be a top priority. With 24/7 accessible video feeds they sure would put effort into their job and keep their theft at minimum levels. Of course some of their life, for example the time they spend with their families could be private, in regard to the right of privacy of their family members as they aren't public office holders (usually).

Bernd 02/21/2018 (Wed) 21:57:02 [Preview] No.13790 del
I'm ok with this tech but only if remote controlled electroshock will be possible. By viewers vote, for example.

Bernd 02/22/2018 (Thu) 16:59:59 [Preview] No.13798 del
Well, the objective of the idea isn't just the punishment of the slackers and swindlers but the encouragement of the honest and competent people so they would apply for the job. An electroshock system should be very well regulated to bar abuse.
There are some holes on the idea right now. For example how to maintain the views and keep the showmanship of the office holders at minimum level.

israel is literally hitler threda Bernd 12/07/2017 (Thu) 08:51:54 [Preview] No. 12408 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I am going to start with a new possible thread.


Religion of peace is peacefully resisting Zionist imperialism again.
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Bernd 02/21/2018 (Wed) 19:06:24 [Preview] No.13786 del
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fucking lmao
it's time for poland to invade usa and throw all those evil pepo to jail!

Bernd 02/21/2018 (Wed) 19:39:02 [Preview] No.13787 del
So, do they got beer in Polish death camps jails?

Bernd 02/21/2018 (Wed) 23:46:56 [Preview] No.13792 del
I see it was hidden or something so here's hooktube link

only carbonated drinks
it's supposed to be a joke but sadly english language destroys it

Bernd 02/22/2018 (Thu) 06:46:25 [Preview] No.13794 del
>it's supposed to be a joke
I know. What I wrote was a joke too.
I don't know much about Polish prisons but I do know it have to be similar to Hungarian ones where noone gets anything alcoholic.

Bernd 02/22/2018 (Thu) 06:50:09 [Preview] No.13795 del
That link doesn't work either. Not in FF, Palemoon and Chromium. First two says wrong mime type which is nonsense it should work with mp4 and webm both but it's don't. Download gives 403 error.

Goodnight /kc/, /int/ and /whatever/ Bernd 10/14/2017 (Sat) 07:02:11 [Preview] No. 11171 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Last night I've this genius idea which will revolutionize goodnightposting.
Nod really.
Post images depicting sleeping figures or dreams or such you come across wherever.
They shouldn't have to be wallpaper size.
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Bernd 02/15/2018 (Thu) 20:23:31 [Preview] No.13690 del
The second one is definitely a miniature and probably the first one too.
The dragon in medieval times symbolized the Devil, something evil, materiality or physical desire. He's a "wurm", a snake, a phallic symbol. An example for this aspect is St George who saves the grill from her or even his own sexual urges by defeating the dragon.
So by your description that picture can depict two stories:
1. someone was fucking the Queen who wasn't the King
2. the King saw the Queen as an evil temptress who made his dragon hard one too many times, basically the depiction of one of the Seven Deadly Sins, Lust.

Btw, does Noah charms the animals with his magical hand signal or he's a gangbanger Crip?

Bernd 02/15/2018 (Thu) 20:44:32 [Preview] No.13692 del
Welp, that's actually God and not Noah.
>Plaque with God Creating the Animals
>Date: 1084
>Geography: Made in Amalfi
>Culture: South Italian
>Medium: Ivory
>Dimensions: Overall: 4 3/16 x 4 3/16 x 5/16 in. (10.7 x 10.6 x 0.8 cm)

Bernd 02/16/2018 (Fri) 00:41:05 [Preview] No.13695 del
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Bernd 02/16/2018 (Fri) 19:04:15 [Preview] No.13702 del
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Bernd 02/21/2018 (Wed) 18:55:36 [Preview] No.13785 del
Delivered here: >>13782