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 No.51787[Reply]

Really just anything military repeated that looks or is interesting. I will start off with a sdkfz 2 that was used for many roles during and post ww2, such as farming,troop movement,wire laying,medical gear,etc
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 No.62910

>>53531
>itp tanks r ded u guise
Active protection systems are rendering ATGMs ineffective.
A 500,000 dollar upgrade to a 1960s tank makes it virtually invulnerable to handheld AT weapons. And programmable airburst munitions make any fool taking potshots a Deadman.
>but Ukraine.
Russia doesn't have the money to put APS on any of its MBTs and even still, neither side is exactly doing away with tanks.

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>>55946
Violence is not an answer. It is a question. And the answer is YES

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>>54515
>>59457
>>62917
War… what is it good for?
Absolutely nothing…

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Why did the Canadian army choose the Leopard2 tank?

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>>66757
it's green it matches the rest of there army cars



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 No.66524[Reply]

How about a history thread? Anyone up for a history thread? I feel like a history thread. Any history!

The other day I was thinking about how disappointing it is that California doesn't have a recorded history that goes much further back than, like, 400 years or so. And I started thinking about how cool it'd be if a Mesoamerican civilization like the Mayans, the Aztecs, or the Olmecs had a colony in Southern California that was like over 1,000 years old and had ancient hieroglyphs describing the Mesoamericans' encounters with the native Californian populations. Would've been neat to have an ancient pyramid site somewhere here in Los Angeles that people could visit like the sites they have over in Mexico City.
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>>66734
Obviously in reference to the era before the one that began when the Romans introduced a new lunisolar calendar or whatever

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>>66735
No, it's Judic rejection of Christ

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>>66736
We're in the 2029th year since his birth.

 No.66744

>>66733
without roads, wheels aren't terribly useful

you also need an axle, tools to shape all this stuff, further joinery to make something of a cart on top of the wheels

and even after all that brainpower, the wheels cant turn, really it makes sense no one made a wheel for a long time

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>>66744
by the wheels cant turn i mean like the cart cant turn or steer, the wheels are fixed



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 No.66162[Reply]

Anyone here still read Sexy Losers? Just found out that this is still updating and no longer looks like anime.
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>>66482
Can't believe? The author's power-fantasy Mary Sue main character is female. No one would have such an obvious self-insert of the opposite sex unless it's what they wanted. That's like being surprised that the author wants to be a cyborg.

 No.66551

>>66550
Hey now, Tom Siddell has two main female characters in Gunnerkrigg Court one of whom is turning herself into a cyborg and Tom married a succubus!

 No.66552

>>66551
Yeah, I've been concerned about that. Hopefully it's just coincidental.

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2007 was an interesting year.

(webcomic name: Penny Arcade)

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Wait, Team Fortress 2 had a comic with online updates until 2017? And there was supposed to be more but they stopped for some reason?



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 No.58747[Reply]

subject says it all. i want to make money doing something i love instead of being a wagecuck (don't we all?), but i have no idea how to monetize my art or my skills. some people might say "don't do it for the money" but i'd really want to get paid to do something actually worthwhile.
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>>66050
What kind of books do you write for a living and where do you sell them? Any tips for another wiz wanting to do the same?

 No.66095

>>66055
I have advertised here in the past they are comedy. Tips? Don't spend a lot of money on advertising and embrace a D.I.Y. ethic

 No.66599

My main hobby is collecting old audio gear, sometimes I just flip stuff if I find something easy to fix for cheap. Cassette walkmans are probably the best way to make some profit in this field, you buy bulk lots of broken ones and fix them up. Usually they just require a simple belt replacement and playback speed adjustment. The biggest profit I've made so far is with an old sharp boombox, bought it for 50$, all I needed to do is clean it up nicely and it sold for 200$ on ebay. I could make it a full time thing probably but I'd need to get better at soldering.

 No.66707

>>66049
Any tips to started on this? Where does one advertising themselves and which communities would be best to sell the "wares"?

 No.66711

>>66049
Did AI art affect your livelihood? It sure made me disheartened about my studies.



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 No.62906[Reply]

I've made a habit of collecting words. I.e. familiarizing myself with their definitions and basic histories. It seems to be a beneficial practice. Because not only do I use these words to communicate to others, but I use them when communicating with myself in my thoughts.

Over the years I've preferred to use the Oxford online dictionary. But now Oxford has replaced their online dictionary with a nauseatingly pretentious, spyware laden webpage dripping with grandiose self aggrandizing verbiage about how great they are, and how much they want to help you (for a fee this time). The change in their presentation reminds me of Facebook when they rebranded themselves to weta.

I'm having to revert to a paper dictionary now. I don't think dictionary.com has the degree of precision that I appreciated from Oxford. Do any linguists have suggestions for my next primary resource for learning definitions?

 No.62908

Why, Wiktionary, of course. I use it all the time both as a dictionary for the languages I'm learning as well as to track etymologies in my known languages.
You may also like The endless knot ou jewtube.
Can't embed shorts: https://youtube.com/shorts/L3tltCMvj0I?feature=share

 No.66681

>>62908
shorts are just regular videos presented in a shit interface made to destroy your brain like tiktok:

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power thesaurus:
https://www.powerthesaurus.org
etymonline:
https://www.etymonline.com

I also like to look name etymology, so:
https://www.behindthename.com

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>>66682
actually etymology part:



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 No.50683[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

This thread is for discussing your successes and failures with magic(k) as well as occultism and metaphysics.
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 No.66565

>>66562
Are you just bumping the thread?

 No.66576

>>66565
Santeria is very expensive.

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I was wondering whether or not any of you here has ever practiced Santeria. What sorts of rituals or ceremonies or whatever have you had done? What did they entail and how much did they cost you? Who did you go to, and how did you know of them?

So far; I've had the following done:

Rogacion de cabeza (something like $60, $121, or $212). I've had this one done in 2016 and again in 2019.
Lebo and parado (over $750 or $1000). Both in 2019.

Many animals were decapitated. Roosters, goats, rabbits, doves…

I've worked with, like, two, three, maybe four babalawos (Santeria witch doctors). Two of them were close friends of the family for many decades. One died recently and the other is married to one of my aunts.

Was also wondering whether or not anyone here has tried Discordianism, Voodoo, Yoruba, etc. and how they compare to Santeria.

 No.66616

>>66614
Discordianism is a very long running in-joke within the occult community, mainly related to chaos magick.
It isn't something that is taken seriously, especially by the practitioners.

As for the other stuff, I only speak English and I am not apart of those cultures so it goes into the "not for me" category of stuff.
My knowledge could be bested by a careful reading of a decent encyclopedia. So I have no comment on them.

 No.66628

John the conqueror - root and/or oil anyone? Any experiences with? I Lost my root unfortunstely, but did have some pretty good gambling wins back when i still had It funnily enough…


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 No.11978[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Is anyone here in to 3D modelling? Planning to start?

What programs do you use? Are you working on animation, models to publish, or building environments to render pleasantly? If you plan to export to a game engine, check out ( >>>/games/8456 )
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 No.64874

>>64869
You could make much of it from aluminium beams, the kind that accepts T-nuts. The plank on which the lappytop rests can just be a metal mesh, allowing for better thermals and cable management.

 No.64875

>>64869
You could make much of it from aluminium beams, the kind that accepts T-nuts. The plank on which the lappytop rests can just be a metal mesh, allowing for better thermals and cable management.

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>>64875
to make it lighter i will probably just drill holes along the middle of all the studs to reduce the weight. this laptop conveniently has everything for cooling on the back/top, nothing on the sides or below even has vents, so it's not affected at all. also have cablestraps which work pretty good for holding the power cord. the power cord coming from the brick is barely long enough but it works

 No.66615

>>64516
You still using it?

 No.66617

>>64523
will destroy your bed though


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I now consider researching conspiracy theories to be a hobby of mine. Of course, as a hikki, this information is of literally no use to me whatsoever, and I do not have the charisma to "educate" others. It is simply a pastime.
Many people act like simply researching these very alternative ideas is damaging in and of itself. Popular on wizchan youtuber named "K9 Aversion" recently announced she will no longer be creating content simply because people among her fanbase were discussing 5G towers and anti-vaxx ideas within her communities. Discussion alone is so offensive? Why? I do not even believe many of the ideas proposed myself and just enjoy thinking about them.
Because of these extreme reactions, I feel it necessary to give this disclaimer. Again, I do not necessarily believe the things proposed in this thread but rather enjoy thinking about it.

Please do not discuss theories that are political in nature in this thread. I don't want it to be deleted, although I find them interesting as well.

Some examples I've been thinking about lately:
- Alien abductions are real, however they differ from the normalfag idea of an alien abduction in that real abductions occur spiritually and not physically. And these abductions are NEVER to your benefit and you leave very unhealthy and emotionally damaged. They happen during the sleep normally, however sometimes they can happen while awake and when this happens it's similar to a date rape drug– you have a 2-5 hour blank spot in your memory when you "wake up" and have a feeling of general unease.

- The extension of the flat earth theory which claims the entire sky is a hologram, and sometimes that no planets except Earth exist. There are many youtube videos that document sky hologram "glitches".
- Alternatively (not flat earth related), that the sky is itself a giant living organism and that it sometimes sends shards of itself down to attack or observe people (they look like blue blankets and fly at great speeds.)

- You can fall through the ground like a video game glitch and get stuck in an infinite void on certain parts of the planet.

- Dinosaurs existed up until the early 1900's as evidenced by dinosaur tracks on the top layer of the earth that are way too well preserved to be from 60,000,000 years ago.

- Some gnostic wizards think that if they become spiritually elevated enough that they can cease ingesting food of any kind and live heaPost too long. Click here to view the full text.
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 No.64168

If gravity is real, why can't it be weighed?

 No.64173

>>64168
It is measured every time you step on a scale.

 No.64174

>>64173
so how much does it weigh?

 No.65618

gosh right right

 No.66587

A guy in argentina just invented a car fueled by junk. He even posted a manual.

https://autoabasura.com/home/


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After Reading Fingerprints of the Gods and Magicians of the Gods, I wonder if it’s possible the existence of an ancient and lost civilization like those books described. I know a couple of books who give more evidence of that. 2 books written by the Spanish investigator Javier Sierra, called: En busca de la edad de oro and La Ruta Prohibida, if you want to read them. But, the only book I know who gives a serious proof of that is Hamlet’s Mill. That makes me think if the civilization is cyclical and the event that erase a possible civilization could happen again to us. Just think about it.
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 No.64949

>>64948
>“The Bavarian land will be devastated, and the land of Bohemia (Bohemia is 2/3 of the Czech Republic) will be cleaned out as by a broom. Over all these places and over the Bohemian mountains will come the Reds… not the French, but the Reds.”

>You, my children, won’t experience the largest mischief, you my grandchildren, won’t also experience it, but the third stock, that will easily experience it.”


>“Over night it will take place –in a pub in Zwiesel (a cityin Bavariaknown for its glass) many people will be together, and outside the soldiers will ride over the bridge. The people will run out of the forest.Those who hide themselves at the Fuchsenriegel (a place in Austria) or at the Falkenstein (a stone castle, building with thick walls of stone?) remain spared. Who survives must have an iron heading.”


>“The people become ill, and nobody can help them . . .” “However it will continue, and what follows then, is the end of the world. Sky and earthburn, because it is the time when everything comes to an end. And this time will be, when the wild hunt with fire and sulphur roars over the country.”


>After this, he said,“No humans will know anymore where Zwiesel and where Rabenstein (German towns) havebeen. Of all frights this will be the last. When the people fall off the bank like the flies off the wall, the last time begins. It will be horrible.


>“But when however, someone at the whole Danube stream finds still another cow, then she is worth it to be attached with a silver bell by the owner.”


“After these events it will be a miracle, if one still sees twoor three rulers going together. After these events the clarity will be anew, and those who survived, will face a good time for hope.”

>“Then afterward a good time will come, that which is Loved by Jesus Christ, and holy men will do wonders. Once people have their faith again, a long period of peace will follow. Those who are still alive will be given housing and as much land as they need. And the more hands one has, the more you will count.”


>“Then there will be a shortened summer; winter and summer will n
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 No.65820

>>64948
I wonder if we really we are in the last times predicted. Almost every prophet of the past centuries warn of a time very similar of we are living it. Even the virgin mary warn us in portugal, bosnia and in japan

 No.66281

>>58904
I definitely believe in them. It's my goal that one day I'll meet them.

 No.66563

>>54297
As somebody who regularly hallucinates; I can honestly say that the whole "paranormal experience" is awfully disappointing. The most vivid hallucinations I've had since 2019 occurred after waking up in the middle of the night and they lasted something like 2 to 5 seconds or less. The most vivid ones occurred in 2019–once or twice–and never again. And the things that I saw weren't particularly impressive. Perhaps the most vivid hallucination I ever had was that of a small statuette (less than a foot tall) of what appeared to be a robed, humanoid figure on my dresser. It stood there motionless for less than five seconds before disappearing.

I still hallucinate daily. Nobody sees what I see. Not even my dogs react to the things I see. Not even actual psychics and witch doctors see this shit. I could be walking around outside in broad daylight among huge crowds of people seeing all sorts of crazy fucked up shit and everyone around me is just going about their business nonchalantly.

 No.66578

>>66563
does it seem like it could make sense, as in stemming from the unconscious? are you ever able to tell "hmm yeah, I see where that is coming from/symbolyzing"?


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 No.66372[Reply]

Sumerian enables us to read ancient cuneiform, texts from the earliest surviving versions of Gilgamesh to religious writings about Enki.

Only useful to historians? Learning an ancient language ALSO expands the mind. Allows you to create sort of mental richness.

All things from useful links to books you recommend are welcome.
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 No.66447

>>66446
they probably were muscle men who dress like succubi in jojo

 No.66453

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>>66447
Here's a depiction of Puabi.

 No.66466

Ok sure you could learn Sumerian, but also Assyrian or Akkadian or even Aramaic, maybe even Middle Egyptian. Why just Sumerian?

 No.66467

> Aramaic

Aramaic is kinda weird. Its most famous as the language Jesus spoke, and used in The Passion.

They were a pretty minor people living just north of Israel from Lebanon up to southern turkey.

They never had a big empire of their own. But their language was adopted by the Akkadian empire.

I think their alphabetic influence goes all the way out to Mongolia and Manchuria.

 No.66469

>>66446

Person who started thread here. The fact that there have been male and female "kings" afterwards in various civilizations, and that they probably had leaders, and that they had a word for "king", and they did not have a word for "demomcratic president" or "samurai warlord", and that they likely did not know many foreign civilizations, gives me very heavy probability that they had a kings. Since fictional leaders are less prevalent than actual leaders in records, and they likely had kings, it's also probable the kings in the list were more or less real.



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