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 No.459[Reply]

hahahahaha
https://www.krqe.com/news/albuquerque-metro/holiday-shopper-beware-albuquerque-family-warns-of-knock-off-gaming-console/

a console of rom hacks sounds more interesting to me than the real deal. some of them are really entertaining
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 No.469

>>467
Personally, albeit not as creative, I'm a fan of Super Luigi Land: https://www.smwcentral.net/?p=viewthread&t=94187

 No.470

>>468
It quite literally spoils the article

 No.471

>>461
never been there, I only posted it because it was the game in the article (which you didn't read obviously)

 No.472

>Howard says he paid $60 for the console.
hahaha ohwow

 No.473

>>466
i already said that that isn't an introduction to retro video games in *any way*. if that was my first exposure i would think that these are cheap knock-off consoles with ugly graphics and move on ignoring retro games as a whole like most kids do, until i find a proper introduction
you sound like an overprotective parental figure




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 No.1[Reply]

Welcome to Autumn,
The season of red, gold and brown.
The days get shorter and the night grows longer.
The seasonal cycle is nearing it's close.

This year, Autumn ends on December 21st
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Coming to a close soon

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i don't want it to end

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me on the left

 No.504

Red leaves of autumn.




 No.445[Reply]

hella love eggs and coffee

 No.446

they are hella boring to be honest

 No.447

eat it yourself and post results

 No.516

>>447
1 year later...




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 No.376

>>375
Heh, yeah. Was thinking it sounded like a Star Trek ripoff the second it mentioned a Federation. Even before, even, since it's reminiscent of the episode in which there was a civilization like earth's where the population was also "not ready" to join the federation yet.

 No.425

sage combo breaker

 No.429

I think the outgoing US administration has shown that there really isn't any great secret to be spilled unfortunately

 No.441

And all one needs to do is buy his book to find out more.

 No.458

can I sex the ayys?




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 No.421[Reply]

Wasn't there a cute girl thread here
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/aut/ and etc. are the only places where >2d is allowed

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removed a watermark

 No.433

>>424
I deleted it because it annoyed me having to see it all the time.

>>426
Yes.

 No.434

>>433
boooo

 No.456

>>433
Not to be that guy but... why didn't you just hide it?




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 No.409

>It is a protogynous hermaphrodite
baste




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 No.386[Reply]

i want more excitement and drama in my life and im just accumulating money without anything to spend it on so im thinking about developing an addiction to opiates
it would be kind of cool to wake up in a dumpster or under a highway overpass looking like a ghoul from fallout. also I'd meet tons of interesting characters like drug dealers, other addicts that we could talk about how our life took this direction and stuff
and there's even the possibility of getting into running dope and getting in gun battles and chased around by unmarked police cars and feds on some dark street

Ive seen enough movies on the subject, and being a heroin addict just seems pretty freaking COOL! Also the main character from trainspotting is super hot in those mega skinny jeans. it's freaking cool..

And all of this is before we even get into the simplest benefit of becoming a opiate abuser. It's literally the best feeling in the world. Life is like a big video game trying to get the most feelgood points with your resources. Well most people are retarded because we already invented the cheapest and way to get these points and its just to inject them directly into our brain. People who will tell you otherwise are just like weird autists who refuse to use glitches, or even the most effective items in an RPG. Yeah bro okay, spend hours and hours grinding level 1 zombies or whatever. I'm just going to skip directly to the endgame. You're never going to get as many points as me raising some shitty family with a wife that comes to hate you, or working a corporate job.

does /qa/ have any tips and tricks about becoming addicted to opiates?
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 No.403

>>402
Rats. Heroin.
You and me, baby, we can increase the net happiness of the world.

 No.405

>>403
rats dont feel as good from heroin as we do
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7386559/

 No.406

>>405
I see your point, but if we drug all humans, who will drug the rest of life?

 No.407

>>406
I'm not advocating for some kind of autistic utility monster program to inject every life form with heroin. i just think it makes sense for individuals to procure and inject heroin themselves in the current world.

as for that kind of movement. just read david pearce

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Pearce_(philosopher)
https://www.hedweb.com/
he has a much more thought out program than me...
reading his website makes me want to kill myself tbdesu

 No.408

>>407
I'll check it out.




 No.340[Reply]

funny, had this channel recommended for a while and thought this was interesting.
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 No.342

The video says that it used a method of processing milk that alters the fat to mimic a vomit flavor.. but it's got amazing shelf life

 No.344

I don't eat much candy or sweets anymore, but especially not that kind of garbage they stick at the front registers of stores for idiots and kids.

 No.345

noticed that chocolate candies don't make me feel anything anymore recently. dunno if it's because the recipes changed or if my reward system is completely ruined

 No.346

Never ate much candy but I don't think they are only for idiots and kids

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 No.232[Reply]

https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2020/11/second-cable-breaks-puerto-rico-s-arecibo-telescope
Bad news for this telescope, but this looks amazing. I think I've fought in this area in a few JRPGs and seen it in a few anime
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 No.356

>>355
What a shame. It was a good telescope. What a rotten way to die.

 No.357

>>356
The worst part about this is that the US doesn't really invest in scientific research anymore, outside of universities, so there probably won't be a replacement that matches or exceeds Arecibo for something like a decade or more.

 No.358

>>357
I'm not so sure about the space research field, but how advanced/useful was Arecibo compared to other countries' space observation devices?

 No.359

>>358
Arecibo was unique in that it was capable of both transmitting and receiving radio waves. Most other radio telescopes are only capable of receiving radio waves. The only other telescopes capable of transmitting are much smaller and are lower power. The reason why that's significant is because it meant that Arecibo was capable of radar, which allowed it to accurately determine the distance between the Earth and the various celestial bodies within the solar system, which allowed us to accurately track the paths of asteroids and such.

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 No.278[Reply]

Apparently a bust of Hermes' head was unearthed in Greece during sewage construction. Neat stuff. A shame there's not nearly as many historical sites of archeological significance in the New World, outside of the Aztec, Maya, and Inca.

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>>278
>A shame there's not nearly as many historical sites of archeological significance in the New World, outside of the Aztec, Maya, and Inca.
What if there are, but everyone is keeping quiet about it?

I always found it puzzling how north america is so big but the only civilizations we know about are all in central/south america.

 No.322

I've heard before that some artifacts get destroyed or hidden as soon as they are found because some farmer or construction lot developer doesn't want their livelyhood interrupted for some big government mandated archeology project.

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>>321
Well, there was the Mississippian culture. To my knowledge they supposedly had villages and such that wouldn't have been out of place for medieval Europe, but their civilization collapsed about a century before Columbus even made it to the Americas.

 No.330

>>321
>I always found it puzzling how north america is so big but the only civilizations we know about are all in central/south america.
I imagine there are geographical/enviromental and political reasons for this. There is the Mississippian civilization that existed along the Mississippi river valley. For whatever reason they (along) with the rest of pre-columbian american civilizations "lagged" behind in certain areas considered to be apart of "civilization"; I'm simply throwing this out there but something like a lack of a variety of pack animals or an "inland" sea like the Mediterranean could have caused the pre-columbian north american civilizations to develop more slowly.
Also by just glancing at the wikipedia entry it could be that the arrival of europeans and climate change came at a very unfortunate time for the Mississippian peoples such that by the time the west came along only mounds were left
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mississippian_culture#Chronology




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 No.223[Reply]

I wish every person over 55 would die.
I wish boomers would all die already.
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>>283
boomer boobers

 No.287

it's just the norm! the norms!

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I don't care about age, race or religion. I just wish all poor people would die.

 No.296

>>295
You scored neutral evil, didn't you?

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I don't want people to die. That rarely solves anything.
What I want is for people to consider what they're doing, why, and start seeking peace. Not only with others, but with their own selves.

Men reflecting and having an earnest change of heart is far more less likely then mass murder, but that's what makes it such a worthwhile dream.




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 No.270

>>269
wouldn't know, came across it from a simpsons video

 No.271

>>269
well, it is pretty savage

 No.315

This title sounds misleading because Socrates never wrote anything, and Plato wrote all the dialogues using him as a mouthpiece. We may never know what Socrates' political alignment was because the closest thing we've got to his biography is an anecdotal account made by Xenophon.

 No.316

I wish I wasn't dumb and could understand greeks.

 No.317

>>315
I heard somewhere that he may never have even existed, I think it was in the preface of my version of Plato's symposium(That I didn't read because it's literally gay).




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 No.260[Reply]

The fruit tarts are real! Real!!!

 No.261

She's much bigger irl

 No.262

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They're not singing the broccoli song...

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they're way too fat

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uh dropped

 No.286

listening to this now in loop




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 No.280[Reply]

quack

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...

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 No.237[Reply]

say no to big breasts

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>>bigbreasts
no!




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