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Feels thread anyone? I need to feel sad.
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>>1934737
>>1934743
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I10hs2AeeaM
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>>1930306
>>1931248
Russia in Chechnya was a total shitshow:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Grozny_(1994%E2%80%9395)#Summary
>Russian soldiers who were taken prisoner did not even know where and why they were there; some had been told that their mission would be to "protect roads," while others asked the reporters "who is fighting whom". When more captured Russian soldiers were shown on TV, the mothers of some went to Grozny to negotiate release their sons. Those negotiations took place in the center of the city without Russian government assistance and while under Russian artillery bombardment; some of the prisoners were released on the promise they would never fight the Chechens again.
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>>1934743
>>1934746
I know the incident, but I doubt the anon who said that video is "his family finding his body in the cruiser". It sounds like a partner or someone else on the force who drove up after the shooting.
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>>1934361
Okay, hold it.
>(flawed opinion)
>"he's wrong because he's full of fallacies"
>"fallacies don't make you wrong, just back claims invalidly"
>"you're attacking me to take the blame off him"
Is this what the conversation is like right now? I ask you because otherwise you'll blame me for putting words in your mouth. Hard not to, when you make me do so by only responding with links like some smug freshman undergrad who thinks they're the bomb by finding other people to make their thoughts for them. The guy in the video came to a false cause because no one has presented to him a "true" cause, which also results in him having personal incredulity. I don't think you can prove here and now, either, so you can't say he's wrong and thus the opposite is true, unless you have something else to say is the true cause that's related to Berkeley students becoming hipsters and just aren't saying it because you want to give that website clicks and ad-revenue or something. In short, pointing out fallacies is not an argument. It's a rhetorical action with as much weight behind it as what the person calling it out is willing to put into it. Which, in your case, is about as much weight as a four keypresses, a couple clicks, and a captcha.

Your next line will be accusing me of ad hominem and thus avoiding any need to respond with any original thought.
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>>1934469
This thread asks you to think, and when i watch that video I think that guy makes serious errors in judgement and I'm indicating why.

If I thought I would have to actually discuss it with someone I would have explained it further.

If you want to stop telling me what I think then maybe we can discuss it. Otherwise, we can't.
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>>1914898
Made me laugh harder than I have in a while, thank you.
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>>1929205
Wrong. The dichotomy is not merely rationality vs "irrationality", or feels vs reals as you so quaintly put it. There is also the consideration of materialism vs antimaterialism.
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>>1915163
kek

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It's National Harass an Autist Day at your local bookstore. What do you post?
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>>1921237
It's just an optical illusion
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>>1934071
Too Many Zooz. Don't remember the name of the song.
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>>1934053
Trio Mandili – Apareka
https://youtu.be/IbsQJBxICN0
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>>1889427
PARK
IN
BOTSWANA
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>>1921626
how so??????/

I don't care that it's a day early. Post some fucking spooky.
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>>1933571
Skinny people complain about cool temps being freezing
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>>1912089
Link to the vid?
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>>1933586
It's made of multiple vids from different years.
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNOBxuOOndyK5Anr7LY-jGoSQyGi8M6F2
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>>1933369
not scary
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>>1911363
mushroom trip

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A thread dedicated to the Chosen people.
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>>1914622
fucking hell, way to go Chief
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>>1818973
Secular Jews just represent the other end of the Jewish political spectrum. Where Orthodox Jews are nationalists, secular Jews are internationalists; secular Jews instinctively support multiculturalism and equality because, with their own history in mind, they know these policies will most likely keep them from ever being singled out.

However, as Kevin MacDonald points out in Culture of Critique, Orthodox Jews tend to do things that trigger a backlash against what secular and Orthodox Jews alike perceive as Jews as a whole. For example, after the Six Day War the Soviet Union withdrew its support of Israel and the CPUSA followed suit; likewise Jews began defecting from the Soviet Union to Israel and America and the CPUSA gradually began to lose financial backing. (This is all cited in Culture of Critique btw if you want a source.)
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>>1830710
Once tainted by russia will always remain a 'russian'
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>>1804357
i dont understand
what diference is there between these shitskins and muslims
they share the same genetic code as palestinians
what exactly are they doing in europe & usa
go back to where you came from.
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>>1803296
Do you really trust subtitles?

Old thread >>1862717
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Lucha is much better, doesn't take itself as serious, it just owns up to being silly theatre.
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>>1932056
Reality. You goyim animal.
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>>1933365
they and their minions are getting so fucking obvious its a joke
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>>1933365
>>1933686
>anyone not Nazi or Jew is a Jew
Where are the Muslims in that?

>>1930659
>>1933685
>let's call satanists "Jews"
Ah, so that's how /pol/ works...
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>>1869019
Thank you for that. Never seen that before.

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Can we get a CIA / Bane / DKR thread going? Is anyone still making new content? I wonder if there's anything I haven't seen yet.
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>>1834254
Valisy?
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>>1930098
*Vasily
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>>1841432
hahaha
CIA
more like
CIGAY
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Low file size thread
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vp9 when
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You fucks are driving me insane, what is the name of this song. Thread hasn't even started and I already lost.
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>>1883947

>>1882800
Is Vanilla - Traveller.
Enjoy Anon :)
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an OC to bump to
https://youtu.be/T4696ivKUVA
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>>1920277
coincidence
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>>1863274
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DSTMLa1zyDk

one of my likies
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>>1934834
Another one
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6kGg31G0As

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>>983690
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>>1828194
I was enjoying the piano 2bh
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>>1868404
Conan used to be great.
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>>1927174
Probably because his hair wasn't orange.
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>>1879675
It reminds me of Vigo the Carpathian.

366.0 >>1921548
365.0 >>1916290
364.0 >>1910635

WebM creator (aka WebM for Retards)
https://gitgud.io/nixx/WebMConverter

/g/ guide to WebMs https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/WebM

Saucefags
http://pastebin.com/P4Yxj435
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>>1934240
>>>/wsr/

Gonna tell you right now though, your taste is probably incurably shit given what you are into. It's rare for narutards to ever be anything but narutards.
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>>1934532
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>>1934617
I fucking love this kind of video
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>>1931239
>mashing record button
fucking great
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Where's that AMV with girl und panzer tank sounds?

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I want a Thread where we only post this Girl dancing to different music
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source on original?
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>>1933830
She looks like a jap, not a chinese
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>>1933830
someone have the "do the hustle" version.
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>>1934751
or Korean

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ITT: Math gifs
pic related
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>>1934506
Doing math is not the same as looking at beautiful patterns, my man.

For the same reason people can get excited about science but get turned off instantly by the actual work that goes into it.

I hope you enjoy your course though
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>>1927510
Are you autistic or have you just never heard of sarcasm before?
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>>1933101
Starblazers I think
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>>1912988
F does a lot of kooky stuff with circles and graphs that have no meaning
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>tfw when brainlet

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Post all things HEMA! please refrain from posting "medieval MMA", movie scenes, ect
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>>1932138
One of the first things you should learn in HEMA is how to stretch before getting into your drills'n'shit.

One of the first things you learn by watching a fuck ton of Youtube HEMA videos is that "greatsword" is not the correct term for a "two-handed sword".

The most important thing you should learn is that people in the middle ages didn't give a shit what their weapons were called; they called them swords and shields.

/his/ plz leave

>>1932201
Don't mind us, this shit always pops up when someone mentions (prefix)swords. It's honestly great fun if you're just doing it casual with your mates.
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>>1933537

>The most important thing you should learn is that people in the middle ages didn't give a shit what their weapons were called; they called them swords and shields.

Not entirely true, there were different words for different types of swords.
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>>1933589
Yep. Because they actually used them for real, unlike the weebs around here. As there were VERY different swords and shields (and I don't mean in different cultures or times, I mean at the same times and places), they needed to properly identify the weapon they were using.
Otherwise, some poor /fa/ knight would ask his page to fetch him his 90cm side sword for an easy stroll at court, and get his /k/ 110cm war sword meant for horseback usage instead; he wouldn't look too sharp at court with it (pun unintended but welcome).
It's true that with time WHAT they did call to the swords is not quite what most people calls them nowadays, but anyone saying "they called them all just 'swords'" is just proving he has not read any historical source other than his vidya and Chinese cartoons and should return to his containtment board.
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>>1933537
>One of the first things you should learn in HEMA is how to stretch before getting into your drills'n'shit.
if you don't know how to do literal infant-tier warmup stretches and exercises already before getting into the sport I don't know what you're doing
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>>1920642
faunusilva on Instagram. Nice girl. Travels a lot. Doesn't post much about HEMA.



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