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 No.20625[Reply]

Ladies, gentlemen, attack helicopters…what did he do wrong? Was any part of The Closer hate speech? I understand discussions like these aren't always welcome here but I'm not sure what good not talking about it's gonna do. Anyhow, I find it hard to come away from watching The Closer thinking Chapelle is anti-lgbt. I mean the fucking special ends with him declaring he's going to give a ton of money to a transgendered persons daughter. Regrettably that person committed suicide. You could argue he cares about that persons daughter more than she did. What he does do is make some poignant critiques about the lgbt movement, but it's nothing that amounts to hate speech. Anyhow, I'm just curious where people here are at on this.
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 No.20641

>>20640
Crying wolf is a problem, but if you remember how the story goes, the real danger is that the wolf eats the boy at the end.

 No.20642

>>20641
I mean sure but call the wolf what it is 'cancel culture' which only benefits the bourgeois not trans ideology as such.

 No.20643

>>20642
I was talking about trans people making a big deal over something that's not really transphobia the boy and the wolf is the actual bigots.

 No.20654

>>20639
No, not her but someone she supported said something like that. Regardless, screaming 'TERF' and engaging in pro-trans hysteria is stupid.

>>20635
And it's a largely inoffensive joke unless you're actually taking it seriously.

 No.20732

Who?



 No.20605[Reply]

This was the peak of American comedy, prove me wrong

>protip: you can't


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 No.6555[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

ITT "villains" who did nothing wrong.
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 No.20258

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Scar from FMA >>>/anime/10642

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 No.20594

>>8810
he literally died because he wouldn't let anyone into his tard chamber and locked up all the best doctors because they were jewish hes not that great anon

 No.20595

>>20594
He died because he was poisoned, likely by beria and other opportunists
>locked up doctor's for being Jewish
Didn't happen.



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 No.2104[Reply]

>Peer to Peer sharing of music
>Free
>Absofuckinglutely massive database that has millions of artists, and often has their entire discographies

Stop supporting YouTube and Spotify, and join a FREE music sharing platform today!
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 No.20546

>>20545
Both the official client and server are proprietary and closed-source, but an open-source client Nicotine+ is available and the server/protocol have been reverse engineered and there exist published server implementations. File transfers occur between clients, the central servers only handle searches, chats, and user accounts. It's a pretty well-known network, not much to be concerned about wrt privacy.

 No.20548

>>20540
this

 No.20550

>>20540
based

 No.20552

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I used to, but now I just use premium spotify. It's been cracked for a while now.

 No.20553

>>20552
is this just on phones or ?
I suppose you don't mean a crack where you can even download music from it,but just the usual ad-skips.



 No.15094[Reply]

How do I grow weed, do I need a specific kind soil, can I grow some on a normal pot that I can put by the window? How do I grind the leaf into form that can be smoked, as in is there a specific tool? How much sunlight does it need? How much watering?
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 No.19126

>>19125
did they fix their website yet

 No.19166

>>15094
>How do I grind the leaf into form that can be smoked
anon I

 No.19167

>>19166
You aren't supposed to grind weed you "whack" it, thats why its called a weed whacker.

 No.19205

>>19167
broke: slonking it
bespoke: whackin' it

 No.20538

>>15094
Literally put seeds in fertilized soil near a strong light source and water it and it will grow, it needn't be a science but if you want maximum efficiency you'll need to do some research.



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 No.9068[Reply]

Uhh yeah, this. What do we think of it?

I think the cinematically it was really good, but it had a lot of historical inaccuracies.
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 No.20429

>>20428
I have too. Just saying it's kinda a dumb assumption to make in serious discussion
>a lot more harsher things about polaks
from /pol/ or Poland? or both?

 No.20434

>>20429
Poland

 No.20527

Finally found and reposted this >>>/edu/7810

 No.20528

Fact & Fiction - HBO's Miniseries Chernobyl Review

>HBO's miniseries on the 1986 Chernobyl Disaster took the world by storm, immediately attracting swaths of viewers around the world. Many have praised it for its apparent historical accuracy and cinematography. But after taking a closer look at what the facts of soviet history have to say about it, it becomes clear that alternative motives were at play in the making of the

 No.20529

>>20528
>miniseries. The Revolution Report presents Donald Courter: Donald is an American journalist, political analyst, & historian living and working in Moscow. He is an avid anti-imperialist, internationalist, an advocate for friendship between peoples, and a supporter of socialism in the 21st Century.



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 No.21455[Reply]

Does this website have anything meaningful to say in terms of media analysis or are their tropes just invented by a couple of redditors that wanted to develope a niche project?
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 No.21517

>>21516
I'm not about to write anti-communist propaganda, m80. The post is a (forced) bit about TVTropes being reactionary. Cool thread THOUGH

 No.21518

>>21517
You could do a satire of anti-communist propaganda though.

 No.21519

Whenever anything remotely political comes up on an article I throw up a little bit in my mouth.
If you hate yourself read the tvtropes articles on Disco Elysium in its entirety.

 No.21520

i hold its users in the same esteem as the "I FUCKING LOVE SCIENCE" crowd and history factoid collectors. collecting endless bits of trivia with no attempt to meaningfully understand or contextualize, memorizing just enough to sound smart to your peers

 No.21521

>>21520
That's the kind of shit normal people grow out of as adults.



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 No.20267

>>20264
also thanks for linking me to that i will share it on the thread

besides that hell in the fic hilter the communist plas some part of the role in the barvarian uprising as one of the leaders its honestly a interesting fic

 No.20381

>>20263
Ah, a fellow ah.com user, fucking based

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 No.20441

>>20381
yeah ah.com is pretty great except for the amount of libs there :/

 No.20442

>>20441
(cont.)
like as one star sets another rises which is one of the best fics in the site, was literal peak lib fiction especially due to its portrayal of stalin



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 No.1036[Reply]

jucika thread pls
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 No.20192

>>10127
>>10153
What the fucking hell, fuck you, may as well draw loli porn already.

 No.20194

>>20192
>draw consenting adults doing normal, if slightly stupid sexual things
>post talks about it and the thread being funny to them
<U R P-pedos!!!!!
This is either bait or schizophrenia

 No.20203

>>19731
>sample
not good as the og comic

>>20192
>>20194
pls stop bait

 No.20374

>>20203
>sage shit reply
post something comprehensive or fuck off

 No.20926

>>20374
Bait pls go



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 No.13032[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

How did these clearly left wing books become a symbol for ancaps?
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 No.19443

>>13183
You got the gist of it. 1984 was a reaction to Orwell's own experiences in the British colonial police, as a propagandist for the BBC during WW2, and under the late 1940s Labour government. What most people (and evidently many American high school English teachers) don't understand is that the book has to be read as immanent to WW2. 'Newspeak' draws from an essay Orwell wrote on trends in British journalism. The longing for a half-remembered before time is not abstract and reactionary, but a concrete depiction of how WW2 imposed brutal austerity conditions on the British people. It's also a reaction to Fordism and the kind of obsession with a rationalized, efficient world that was common back then. We see this with "the clocks were striking 13"—they're on military time! It's a depiction of militarized efficiency cannibalizing all of society. The stuff about "we've always been at war with Eastasia"? That happened in 1945 when the war propaganda effort switched abruptly from focusing on Germany to Japan. Orwell was there when that happened, in the BBC. The book ends with Orwell giving up on, essentially, Blanquism and reformism and endorsing a proletarian revolution. It's a critique of the ideology behind British Imperial decline, of wartime social democracy, and of the contemporary trends that idolize that period.

 No.19485

>>13183
Fuck, i tried searching for this post so many times.

To whomever bumped this thread, i want to suck your clit/penis.

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>>19485
Thanks… I guess.

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>>13183
You got capped abd booru'd m8, good for you
https://lefty.booru.org/index.php?page=post&s=view&id=17999

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>>13111
>>13107
>>13109
>Read Orwell's Homage to Cataluña
>the explanation of the USSR influence goes like this:
<There were two major marxist parties in cataluña: 1) POUM, that did not align with the USSR, and claimed that the civil war and the revolution were inseparable. 2) PSUC, that aligned with the USSR, and claimed that only after the civil war was won, and bourgeois democracy was restored, that the revolution could go on.
<He is very skeptical of PSUC's position, and states that the USSR would not allow the revolution to go on because they needed stable allies, and revolutions bring about many things, but not stability.
The USSR had no way to solely support a socialist revolution. Instead, the USSR's strategy was to defeat fascism via a Popular Front that included communists, socialists, and liberals. From the POV of the Communists, the POUM was undermining the war effort by pushing for revolution instead of political unity. I'd also like to add that the militia system was retarded and the Communists were the only faction on the side of the Republic that resembled a real army.
https://www.reddit.com/r/AskHistorians/comments/8caypg/in_homage_to_catalonia_orwell_portrays_the_soviet/



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