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#4587855 The "Funny Picture" thread

Posted Reliuna on 19 June 2016 - 12:48 PM

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#4587300 The "Funny Picture" thread

Posted Reliuna on 12 June 2016 - 08:30 PM

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#4574994 legion...

Posted xndr on 10 April 2016 - 09:50 PM

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#4586409 The "Funny Picture" thread

Posted Thaya on 03 June 2016 - 02:17 AM

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#4576140 Watching this gem yet again

Posted YVNG_CARL_YVNG on 15 April 2016 - 11:12 AM

View PostBuglamp, on 15 April 2016 - 04:42 AM, said:

What do you think of simply taking their leaders out with drones? Seems to've been reasonably effective for the Obama administration.

A drone strike in principle wouldn't be wrong, but the way you proposed it is a terrible idea.

Just stop for a second and think. The structure of islamic terrorism isn't like a military or a state. The terrorists all operate independently in small cells spread around the world. Now if you cut off the head, clearly those people will panic. What the fuck do you think will happen? We'd have a second paris, matter of fact multiple uncoordinated attacks on Europe and the United States.

Since no one read my long ass post anyway I will just sum it up in a three step plan:

1) Stop all delivery of weapons from both Europe and the US to UAE and Turkey. Those states actively equip IS military. Support Kurdish troops and rebel troops so that the change can happen from within. If kurdish and syrian military wins more and more battles with the IS it sends a completely different message than if we bomb them. Where do you think all that hatred for the western world stems from?..
2) The NATO needs to officially declare a no-tolerance policy for Russias, Turkeys and UAE's support for the islamic state (and the assad regime). They need to threaten an embargo. It doesn't matter whether or not they actually pull through with it, he idea here is to destabilize and demoralize. A lot of IS recruits are young and undecisive, they'll get cold feet when they see their project fail. We also need to tackle their money sources. The three main sources of income from the IS are money streams from UAE and Turkey, Heroin trade and tolls and taxes they put on the general population. Two of those can easily be tackled. If UAE see their oil prices dropping even a bit they'll think twice about supporting IS. Stopping the heroin trade of course isn't possible, but we should at least try since the police in the respective countries is completely incapacitated.
3) Now that IS recruits are demoralized, the main money sources and therefore military power is threatened internal conflict will break out. This is the moment where you have to strike. If you set an example at such a time, a retaliation will be far less likely. I agree a drone strike wouldn't be a terrible idea there, neither would a stealth bomber attack. As long as it's not gas or ground troops...

View PostThaya, on 15 April 2016 - 07:49 AM, said:

heh Turkey sorta fine))

i guess it sort of is relatively to the other examples but the wording made me pause reading for a few seconds

also the key word in my stop pretending comment was 'you'

you as in USA

i agree with the point you've made fully

im just being an ass

You been watching the news lately? Turkey is barely any better than the other "islamic" countries, they're just more stable. They regularily get rid of Erdogan's critics, they still actively support the mass-slaughter of kurds, they still supply terrorists. I don't see how that's "fine". It's just the tip of the iceberg.

View PostBuglamp, on 15 April 2016 - 04:42 AM, said:

Egypt, Iraq, Iran, Syria, Palestine, Libya, Afghanistan

Their populace's "peaceful Muslims" also seem to serve terrorists as either meatshields(which let them get pissy at the US about civilian casualties despite clearly using/abusing civilians) or recruiting pools.

I'm sure there are some Muslim countries like Turkey that are sorta fine but for the most part it doesn't seem like a great idea to leave the countries that are the main sources/havens of Islamic terrorism to their own devices at this point.

I wrote a long ass post, but it got deleted so I'll just sum up my main points.

"They just end up electing terrorists anyway!"

Syria has never been a democracy. Bashar Al-Assads father was "elected" president with 99.6% of all votes (this should tell you something) after he "cleansed" the entire former administration. The sole fact that he had his son appointed to president without any democratic process should tell you that we are not talking about a democracy here.

The sovereign state of Iraq was founded in 1958. It only lasted 5 years before it was overthrown by the Baaht-Party. We are talking about the highest military executives here, this was a coup, not a democratical process. The Baath party was the smallest party in congress and would have never won a vote. 1963 was also the date Hussein was made vice-president. We are talking about a dictatorship here, supported by US money and weapons. No one ever elected them.

Would you also say "Latin America just isn't ready for democracy!" because Chile and Bolivia were overthrown with the help of US money in the '70s? Your point is moot. Those countries never elected terrorists, because those countries never elected anyone. The elections there are a sham and have been for decades. You literally cannot know whether or not Syria or Iraq would elect a terrorist, because for the last 40 years they haven't been in the position to elect anyone.

#4574373 Why don't you have a Girlfriend Junkie?

Posted Thaya on 08 April 2016 - 03:28 AM

you can never 'miss the boat' btw

there is no boat in a 'progression system' that is infinite, there is no end point

(other than death which will most likely hit you unexpectedly despite being inevitable; as a side note this makes time the only valuable resource, and every second you spend in those thoughts without making progress to your objectives is a wasted second)

just do (it). every time you say "i should be doing yoga" but not actually moving in that direction you're setting yourself up another reason for self loathing. the only way to fix that is to decide: you're either doing it or you're not

you either adapt your goals/objectives or your actions, there's no other options. if there's no harmony between these two, you're fucked. and when you do connect these two things, the movement itself will bring you joy - it won't matter at all where you stand relatively to 'completion' or whatever other 'external' metric, you won't even think about it ever (what even is "something significant" really?)

#4572405 Why don't you have a Girlfriend Junkie?

Posted Breadstick on 31 March 2016 - 10:33 AM

View PostBreadstick, on 20 March 2016 - 06:46 PM, said:

tfw no gf

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i got her number lol

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#4570758 The "Funny Picture" thread

Posted Reliuna on 21 March 2016 - 12:12 AM

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#4570320 Serious question. Is wikipedia down?

Posted Breadstick on 17 March 2016 - 09:24 PM

yeah you won't be able to get to https sites with an incorrect time/date usually because of the ssl handshake process

#4569234 Do you ever imagine yourself being lit on fire?

Posted Alcohoulix on 09 March 2016 - 03:44 PM

Give thaya mod rights to buglamp?

#4569021 Do you ever imagine yourself being lit on fire?

Posted Buglamp on 07 March 2016 - 08:05 AM

Just curious. It's kind of common for me. Usually in my imagination it's done in patterns where I sort of paint a flammable substance on my forearm and light it on fire. Sometimes I imagine it as painful other times as strangely pleasant.

I also occasionally fantasize about digging my own grave and then burning my body in it. But I'm an organ donor so that would be a total waste. I wouldn't actually go with that route IRL but it has an appeal I must admit.

I think I probably have an overactive disgust sensitivity, possibly specific to the human body. I do kind of think the human body is disgusting, especially after masturbation. Fire tends to represent purification which is why Hitler was so into pyrotechnics. Sometimes I feel I can really relate to that guy 'cause I'm a (failed/never really tried) artist, I like dogs(Hitler loved German Shepherds), and of course this fire/disgust/purification thing. The language of Hitler/Nazi propaganda used many words relating to purification and identifying their enemies as things like rats to associate them with disease.

I also like customizing clothing in some video games, and you know Hitler had a certain fashionisa streak to him 'cause let's face it Nazi uniforms were pretty sweet and he designed a lot of that kinda stuff.

Of course, I don't support killing all Jews or anything crazy. I actually kinda like Jews. They have an appealing insular but communal situation along with emphasis on intellectual and academic pursuits. I sometimes wish I was Jewish, but alas, I am only Irish Scottish German French Welsh Norwegian Bohemian and probably some other things. No Jewishness to speak of.

#4569042 Do you ever imagine yourself being lit on fire?

Posted YVNG_CARL_YVNG on 07 March 2016 - 01:24 PM

Lately you've been a little more insane than you are normally.

Anyway, I love your fascist power fantasies and everything, just know that Hitler probably didn't play a major role in the design of the uniforms (he probably played none). It was all Hugo Boss who supplied SS, SA, HY and other military organizations.

I don't dream about setting myself on fore (ever), but I do have this recurring dream where I cut my own tongue with a Chef's knife. Feels really weird, wish I could get it out of my head.

#4568991 The "Funny Picture" thread

Posted pharrelle on 07 March 2016 - 02:11 AM

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#4568934 TFW you have a feminine complexion

Posted YVNG_CARL_YVNG on 06 March 2016 - 04:51 PM

how you gonna write up a detailed as fuck explanation of your features but then leave out your feminine penis?

a lot of men have it, no reason to be embarrassed, man.

#4568367 The "Funny Picture" thread

Posted Buglamp on 03 March 2016 - 05:06 AM

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