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 No.1038[Reply]

Why do people like barbeque sauce? Meats are supposed to be salty, whats so enjoyable about putting a sweet sauce on them? To me, it tastes awful and completely ruins the flavor of the meat.

 No.1039

I wouldn't really know since I'm more of a honey mustard person myself. Think it makes the enhances the flavorfulness of the meat a bit if it's not the best cut. Now if I had a nice steak, I wouldn't slather any overpowering sauce on it since that'd be tarded because the steak is supposed to be good on its own, and putting BBQ sauce on it would be like saying your steak is a failure.

 No.1040

Budget barbecue sauces are gross. There are less sweet varieties though that are much nicer imo.

 No.1041

>>1038
Because it adds sugar to the meat and some people like their meat to taste like candy

 No.1047

I don't find it sweet I think it is flavourful. Whenever I get a hamburger at a fast food store I get one with barbecue sauce. My grandma used to make a tomato sauce that was more flavourful and better for hamburgers though, but then maybe if she made a barbecue sauce that would be better again...

 No.1048

a lot of meat in america is made to be cheap instead of good, so we sort of ended up relying on sauce as a way to cover up the fact that our meat is sub-par on average




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 No.53[Reply][Last50 Posts]

Will NEETs ever see their deserved coronabux? How bad IS the virus for young people? Are China's numbers to be trusted? With India's slums hit, will the death rate will climb to heights never imagined? Find out on the next exciting episode of Quarantine Z
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 No.1026

>>1023
you're now pregnant!

 No.1027

>>1025
Sounds fishy. Needles are not that painful.

 No.1028

>>1025
Shown by who?

 No.1029

>>1025
crazy. I got a ton of vaccines for traveling to a third world country and coincidentally I post on imageboards.

I'm thinking this is too convinient to explain by anything other than vaccine autism.

 No.1034

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Thought:
The prevalent association between autism and vaccination, if anything, could be a result of the fact that autistic people have a much greater incidence of childhood mortality. Therefore, because vaccines prevent severe illness and death, an increasing number of autistic people survive childhood that would have otherwise died had they not been vaccinated, not because the vaccines themselves cause autism.

Likewise, the increased prevalence of autism may be a result of Western women on average having children later in life, and may further be affected by the falling fertility rates in industrialized countries due to Phthalate (plastic chemical) contamination in drinking water and food. Another factor may be the widespread use of insecticide products such as Roundup which are known carcinogens and are extremely toxic. Of course, there is a myriad of chemical contamination, so to single out any one chemical as being a definitive cause is quite difficult to say the least, and may in fact be related to the interaction between multiple chemical contamination not just a single one.

These are important questions, so its a shame that the entire topic has been tarnished by conspiracy-minded people thinking vaccines cause autism.




 No.1002[Reply]

I fly
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 No.1004

uhh where was the trolling, unless there's a fishing line connected to these planes that I can't see
kinda nice that kids are still making kill comp videos like it was 2006 though

 No.1016

don't play this game btw. it's pay to play at higher tiers

 No.1017

>>1016
Then just play up to the point where it becomes pay to win.

 No.1018

>>1017
jets are fully pay to play, but you're never going to get to a jet without a subscription anyways...

WW2 planes are fun, but it's no Top Gun

 No.1019

>>1018
> fully pay to play
As in you'll never be able to repair a jet after battle without going broke in game currency




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 No.1010[Reply]

Whoops.
https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/doj-seizes-millions-ransom-paid-colonial-pipeline/story?id=78135821
The FBI has seized bitcoin from the paid ransom from a big US pipeline company to hackers in Russia. I'm quite curious to see how this was possible, and of course I wonder if this will affect its value. Personally I've hated this crypto thing so I wouldn't be upset to see it collapse, but this probably isn't enough and people will forget about it.

 No.1012

It seems they had their keys on someone else's computer:
https://www.intel471.com/blog/darkside-ransomware-shut-down-revil-avaddon-cybercrime

 No.1013

>>1012
Lol, you'd think professional hackers of all people would be aware of the importance of good security practices.

 No.1014

>>1012
lmaooooooooooooooooooo




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 No.1005[Reply]

Soon...

 No.1007

With temperatures fluctuating we may reach a time where summer never ends...




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 No.1000[Reply]

The seasons come and go so fast, you should slow down at some point to appreciate the beauty of Spring.

 No.1001

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Bit hard when I'm currently living in Autumn land.




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 No.895[Reply]

spring outfit for my doll
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 No.913

>>897
sadly I did not make any of it. doll scale stuff is not a part of modeling I've attempted to get into....yet.
>>911
well its 1/6 scale and my doll is 1/6 size but shes a smaller girl.
>>898
this is a byob party, sorry dude. one measly six pack is just enough for one person!

 No.979

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new ride!

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 No.981

>>979
You drive?

 No.999

>>979
she needs a helmet!
getting hit by a bug or a falling acorn at speed isn't fun.




 No.900[Reply]

Apparently some people are trying to teach their pets to talk with buttons. How much do you think they understand?
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 No.974

>>915
That's quite possible if the Gombe Chimpanzee War is anything to go by their strategic thinking rivals even wolves.
There is also elephants are their own unique intelligence with the amazing memory recall they have and recognizing their own reflection.

 No.995

>>974
From this video it seems like elephants are smart enough to recognize a medical vehicle. Otherwise I'm not sure why a previously shot animal would try approaching humans again.

 No.996

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>>995
Elephants know all about medical matters. In a book I read it says 'and when they meet a flock of sheep huddling together they protect them on their journey, so that no missile kills any if them. If they fight a battle, they always take care of the weary and the wounded'.

 No.997

>>916
Counting is a huge sign of intelligence, although this video doesn't seem like it'd prove anything because it's simply choosing which side appears to have more food. You can't really consider that counting as it something basic like searching for food.
Octopi are smart enough to count, though. The very sad limitation is their very short lifespans- it'd be just like people living a few years.

 No.998

>>914
shame their lifespan makes it all meaningless
so close, so far




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 No.992[Reply]

wtf it's almost June??

 No.993

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Yessss




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 No.988[Reply]

Kissu how do I stop being racist. I genuinely have a searing hatred for blacks, middle easterners, indians, and some asians. I have a bit of quandary, though: I'm not at all racist towards people. In social interactions my brain shifts to autopilot and I just say or do whatever without any bias or malintent, but when I'm on my own, left to my own thoughts I can't stop myself from thinking about how much I hate other races, and especially how much I hate interracial couples, and depictions thereof.

This might seem like a shitpost, but I genuinely don't want to be this way and yet I am. What the heck do I do???

 No.989

Have you tried not caring about trivial matters such as race?

 No.990

it's probably too late

your best bet is to watch gore videos starring white people so that you can hate everyone equally. once you're genuinely misanthropist it wraps back to not being racist

 No.991

If your malicious thoughts don’t manifest into meaningful action I wouldn’t even worry about. Dream of all the genocide and racially motivated pogroms you want thought crime by itself isn’t real crime. Of course if you genuinely have an uncomfortable racial hatred that consumes your every waking thought you might need a doctor and some meds as it could be some other issue that is simply using racial hatred as an outlet.




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 No.982[Reply]

I think I've finally been able to get over my self hatred and I know I can do anything.
Arigato and maybe I'll come back in a year or less, but I think I've grown. I don't need to go into details but I feel like I can just go out into the world and conquer what little sliver of it that I can.
God bless kissu frens. My friends really are here, so that's why I have to set off to find more frens.

 No.983

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Take care! Good luck with the real life thing, but do remember to visit once in a while.
We'll be here.

 No.985

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Ganba, Anon!

 No.986

Aufwedersehen freundliche Fräulein!




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 No.972[Reply]

The cicadas are emerging and singing. Watanagashi is here
https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/brood-x-cicadas-are-emerging-at-last1/

 No.973

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Something interesting is that their defense mechanism is "predator satiation" which means that they coordinate their emergence in these massive groups because the predators eat their fill and simply can't eat all of them. They're slow, can't fly well and it's the end of their life cycle anyway.
Unfortunately, like all nature news it's coupled with information that humanity is screwing things over by paving over their emergence sites and climate change is screwing up their synchronization. Hooray!




 No.971[Reply]

damn, pancakes are pretty tough



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 No.927[Reply]

Kissu, if we banded together and create a community of homesteaders, we could essentially create a nation of /qa/!
I did the math, the minimum amount of land that one needs to homestead would be 10 acres, if just 10! 10 of us were to band together and put money into this (in theory) we could have 1.5625 square miles of land that we could create. The great kissu meetup...
Of course all of this is theoretical, I want to apply my distribution ideals into this and have all of us working together and sharing the collective food (individually grown, but when a neighbor is suffering you can provide upon them.)
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 No.951

>>949
I look down on you all as well though.

 No.952

>>941
You don't understand. Grass grows by itself, all you need is rain... And anyway we are talking about cattle rustling not rearing, we only need enough grass to keep the cows we steal them alive until we eat them or sell them.

 No.953

>>948
You would have to times that by 10 as well. As each person would be operating on his own in his own house with his own tractor. I think this idea could work but only in an Amish/cult kind of way where we use limited technology and all work together, but that does not sound fun.

 No.955

Why is collaboration out of the picture, again?

 No.966

>>948
All I'm planning on doing is raising sheep/goats, and owning a couple draft-horses/asses so I can make my own bread.
I understand the barriers to entry, that's why I'm making it my goal in life to do it.
I made this thread because I wanted to express what my goals were at the time, but they still haven't changed.
God speed everyone, I'm going to make enough money to buy my own land.




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 No.828[Reply]

6 Hours of night here in Iqaluit Nunavut
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 No.929

>>928
That's surprising, drinking is one of America's indigenous communities' favorite pasttime

 No.930

>>928
People often say this about such places but really there is loads of things to do anywhere you are. You can watch anime or read or do weird things like model making and bird watching anywhere and in places like that you could explore and do snow things as well. What exactly is there that you cannot do aside form work in corporate offices? Why would you want to work anyway?

 No.931

>>930
What if they live like the amish in indigenous tribes? Where using electricity goes against the culture, and you'd be hard pressed to find any interesting model making opportunities.

 No.933

>>931
Then it won't matter where they are in the first place.

 No.940

>>930
In these sorts of places you get to know everybody and variety in social experiences doesn't exist. These sorts of insular communities get suffocating.

I can't speak for experience that this is negative, but that's what a lot of people say in these cities with few people and lots of distance from others.




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