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 No.14338[Reply]

Is it based? There's very heavy imperialism and post-colonial themes in this show.
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 No.14340

>>14338
Tell me more about it
Whats it about etc?ddrDDR

 No.14341

Does it match Patlabor and GITS?

 No.14342

>>14340
Aliens give humans a bunch of mechs and the third world use them to resist first world imperialism. The first world's military hardware becomes "obsolete".

 No.14343

>>14342
Sounds great ill give it a chanceddrDDR

 No.14348

>>14342
>Aliens give humans a bunch of mechs and the third world use them to resist first world imperialism
Looks like a posadist anime, I will try watching it but there's an anime board you know. You should post stuff like that over there next time.



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 No.14306[Reply]

>the man's gaze
>the placement of the bottle
What did Tarkovsky mean by this?
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 No.17075

Was about to start a new thread but may as well give this thread a bump instead

https://youtu.be/xKSc-EfTCy0

Found this Chinese movie, other cool movies on YouTube? Particularly Chinese since I'm trying to learn the language but eastern Euro and Soviet kino is good too

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 No.17079

>>14316
No, literally every great artist from the USSR had a contentious relationship with the government.egoismEgoism

 No.17084

That the movie is completely overrated and only "good" because it was a competant romance film with sci-fi aesthetics before shit like that became main-stream. Nowadays its peak high-end mediocrity. Stalker and Sacrifice are runnig circles around Solaris.

 No.17102

>>17079
That's different from not being a Marxist, though.



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 No.14294[Reply]

I first took up the piano when I was 13 played until I was 18. After that I didn't play for 10 years. Now I've been taking it up again and relearning. Most of all I like it. Anyone else play it? Other comments?

 No.14295

I've been practicing piano in a hope of eventually learning how to produce synth music. Learning how harmonics, majors work has been refreshing after spending most of my life as passive consumer of music. My current mechanical piano skills are dogshit and I still struggle to use both of my hand simultaneously but hopefully I get better over time.

What are you playing these days?

 No.14296

>>14295
That's tight. I'm just doing some beginner stuff, to be honest, so it's really just shortened versions of classical music. I've forgotten so much, but I feel like I'm making some fast progress.

 No.14297

>>14294 (me)
Feel free to comment if you play another instrument, too.

 No.14300

The national anthem of the PRC is pretty easy and fun to play lol.



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 No.14247[Reply]

What even is the point of them since it seems like the best games that get noticed is shit that you wouldn't find at those sorts of hype conventions.

 No.14251

Why is this here and not on >>>/games/?
Anyway if that's true that's fucking crazy, but I guess it makes sense given the current situation and also because you're right in that those events are shit.

 No.14274

Moved to >>>/games/7722.



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 No.14211[Reply]

Post aliens, posadism, cosmic horror and anything related to these subjects
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 No.14273

>>14241
Elder Things?

 No.14364

Lovecraft became extremely based and REDpilled later in his life. Kind of a shame he died so young and never got to see the defeat of fascism and all the greatachievements of socialism after WW2

 No.14365

>>14364
The first pic cuts the most based part of the quote
>As for the Republicans – how can one regard seriously a frightened, greedy, nostalgic huddle of tradesmen and lucky idlers who shut their eyes to history and science, steel their emotions against decent human sympathy, cling to sordid and provincial ideals exalting sheer acquisitiveness and condoning artificial hardship for the non-materially-shrewd, dwell smugly and sentimentally in a distorted dream-cosmos of outmoded phrases and principles and attitudes based on the bygone agricultural-handicraft world, and revel in (consciously or unconsciously) mendacious assumptions (such as the notion that real liberty is synonymous with the single detail of unrestricted economic license or that a rational planning of resource-distribution would contravene some vague and mystical 'American heritage'…) utterly contrary to fact and without the slightest foundation in human experience? Intellectually, the Republican idea deserves the tolerance and respect one gives to the dead.

 No.14369

>>14365
Its great to see the redemption arc of your heroespan-africanismPan-Africanism



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 No.14099[Reply]

There one film or TV show, or vidya that you can't help but enjoy, even though you know it's not that great or anti-communist af, or any other reason, feel free to post them in this thread

For me, pic related is definitely a guilty pleasure lmao
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 No.15833

>>15806
>Conservative
At least he did this bit.
https://youtu.be/7YNi11261So

 No.15849

>>14105
I have nostalgia for pokemon, but the gameplay was objectively shit grinding, and the message and content hyper consumerist low effort shit
Gave up on it long time ago, but that opening still gives me goosebumps

 No.15851

>>14131
>is this a guilty pleasure
not really, the origins of 40k are rooted in punk and counter culture, even if current day evolutions couldn't be farther from it

 No.16246

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I honestly had a really fun time with Game of Thrones even after the writing went to shit a few seasons in. The actors really were giving it all with terrible material and I respect that, plus the visual design at least kept things interesting to look at even if it was mindless fluff at best.

Also a big fan of tokusatsu even when they're bad, since the colorful action lets me turn off my brain and enjoy some cool fights.spurdoSpurdo

 No.18759

A large portion of Adam Sandler films, although some are straight up unwatchable.



 No.13942[Reply]

Hello, comrades. Yes, you, you fucking faggot. "We" (the party state) know, that you cook. Therefore we know that you have an incentive to post ITT, which is nothing else than leftyporg.org's attempt to share recipes.

Please don't be too much gay ITT, and stay on topic.

p.s.: the gunk and dirt are a feature, not a hindrance!

We start by putting like 2 different recipes, namely, "KAPUSKA" (Turkish cabbage recipe) and "SZÉKELY KÁPOSZTA" (Hungarian cabbage recipe) and mixing them into one.

INGREDIENTS:
sauerkraut (sour cabbage)
chopped onion (large)
3 chopped garlic
chopped hot salami
whole cumin (like a dozen)
whole peppers (like half a dozen)
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 No.14171

>>14170
our chef here is meme-ing the eternal anglo.
It's like the jewish thing, except for anglos and nobody should take it seriously.

our chef here is using it because the board has had a meme about how logical positivist which peaked in the anglo world has become a stumbling block to western marxists understanding of marx.

and while I'm here, there's also a meme that tries to frame the irish as "the real jews", which exemplifies how ridiculous the boogieman of the jews is. we don't have anything against the irish.

 No.14172

>>14171
I see! Thanks for explaining :)accelerationAcceleration

 No.14173

>>14172
no probs :)

 No.14375

Fuck I’ve been watching Food Wars and it makes me want to start cooking.

 No.14527

Interested in wacky experimental vegan recipes which you can only make living in specific US states? Well here is my favorite new recipe:

Comrade Granola's Vegan Jambalya (gone mexican) (gone fusion)

1 (28 ounce) can diced tomatoes with juice
14 oz (whole package) of vegan soy longanzia
(found here: https://elburrito.com/products/non-gmo-soy-longaniza/)
½ large onion, chopped
1 pasilla or even spicer dried pepper, seeded and chopped
2 stalks chopped celery
1.5 cups vegtable broth
4 cloves garlic
1 tablespoon miso paste
1 1/2 teaspoons cajun seasoning (OKAY IF YOU CAN TOLERATE HEAT THAN USE WAY MORE, THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT)
½ teaspoon dried thyme
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 No.13901[Reply]

A three way discussion about capitalist ideology in old school D&D on 4/tg/ just settled down because it was, in all honesty, threatening to become a bit of a bloated chain of replies and draw /pol/ like flies to honey. I think there's about 3 commies in that thread, which was rather unexpected.

I have to imagine at least one of those anons was a /leftypol/ack.

So is there anyone here interested in oldschool D&D?
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 No.13934

>>13903
Neat campaign settings and a significantly different style of play, with different expectations of the players and the DM.

 No.13939

>>13934
>>13903
How so?
Every time I've played itit's also so numbery…

 No.13960

>>13939
Prior to 3e, player characters had less abilities so you had to come up with novel solutions to problems rather than looking at your character sheet for answers. Characters were also squishier so death was expected to be common. Stats were rolled 3d6 "down the line" so if you got 8 strength and wanted to play a fighter, choose another class or tough luck. Campaigns were less about RP heavy fetch quests and more about exploring / managing resources in the dungeon. Players often did the mapping. It was nice

 No.13981

>>13903
>>13934
To use vidya as an analogue, you could compare it to something like Darkest Dungeon than Skyrim. Death is part and parcel of the game, and the story is what the players make of the world rather than determined by the DM.

 No.13982

And there's also a whole (sub)genre of music that is Heavily isnpired by it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_hEyfHg6rm0



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 No.13754[Reply]

We need to study the Gibbons. Collect all the new youtube video that is related to the Gibbon. Only then can we unlock their secrets.

Here's a recent one: gibbons fighting
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Si31_UKLaa0
Notice how their comical anatomy makes them physically unable to hurt each other. (And please, take note in your scibbon notebook.)

Here's the other Gibbon.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxQAB5C3Glo
Note: it's called kulak gibbon - a very rare species indeed. It got its name from hoarding humans. A single kulak gibbon can hoard up to 6 humans, but some sources say they've seen a whole human village being owned by a kulak gibbon. (N.B. in your notebook: further study of Gibbon class structure is required.

More on warfare:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UCP9wqgtJhE
Notice the superiority of Gibbon agility vs. the puny jaw strength of the dog who can't even bite once. Other species it seems, are afraid of the Gibbon. The Gibbon uses tactical warfare aimed at influencing its enemy's psychology, the enemy gets irritated, makes mistakes, the Gibbon wins.

Another inferior species: the feline.
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 No.14117

>>13983
okay i understand why everybody want to return to monke

 No.14156

>>14117
Meh.
Primates are no match for the giant otter.
3.45min of vid embedded
<Other otters attack the monkeys

 No.14157

>>14156
otters are mean :(

 No.14236

>>14157
lizord no : (

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based thread
>tfw gibbon folder empty



 No.13751[Reply]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=inKvq3_Z2FY

I'm putting this in hobby because Stalin is not internet trash. Mods pls no bully.
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 No.13769

>>13752
He was a stalinist let's player in the early 2010s. His old old channel before getting booted from youtube was JVSLetsplays or something like that. He ran a leftist forum called the JVS forums.

My love of 4x strategy games and my formative years as a leftist are thanks to him. He's not a stalinist anymore and has become well nuanced and grown as a person. Towards the end of that video he made some good observations on the state of modern global politics using hegelian dialectics.

I feel like such an oldfag writing this but I'm only 23. Where is everyone? I had assumed at least one other fan would be on leftypol these days.

 No.13770

>>13769
I think I've heard of him before

 No.13779

>>13751
Is he joking when he says the Gulag Archipelago turned him off Stalin? If not, lmao.

 No.13887

>>13779
that got me too I'll admit because solzny is bullshit as nuanced people should be aware. Yet, he comes back around to the dialectic later in the video and his channel was never hard theory anyways. (And he'll probably get better over time with community input too.) He's an aesthetic youtuber from a different era that some internet leftists grew up with 10 years ago.

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