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 No.4154[Reply]

Is Naruto liberal or is it reactionary? Its obviously not leftist because they constantly defend a feudal government.
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 No.6454

There's now an anime board, which hopefully will be soon in the top bar >>>/anime/
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 No.9441

>>4154
it's mostly Moopy Path stuff which is hyper based
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 No.12150[Reply]

Posting again from GET because it seems like that board is mostly consumed by the /leftytrash/ general. Wanted to start up a Bunkerchan movie nights thread. I'm thinking tomorrow evening I'm going to stream Reds on cytube to kick off some regular movie nights. Anybody can do the stream of course, nothing it stopping you, but I figured in the future people can suggest some movies or just announce their stream and people can come in. I might stream Reds later tonight, but aiming for tomorrow just because I've got a family thing I need to go to.

Next movie after Reds, I was thinking maybe a labor documentary. There are a couple out there following strikes and shit like that, could be fun.
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 No.12151

A good thread idea m8 but FYI we have a movie nights thread, feel free to revive it.
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 No.12153

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Plutocracy is an excellent series on the history of organized labor in the United States.
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 No.12159

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>>12150
How will I find your stream, toveri?
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 No.12160

>>12159

Man I'll post it or something I dunno. I know this is pretty poorly planned but it's because I was just waffling on what day I wanted to do it since I'm busy tonight. I'm going to do it tomorrow around 8pm est. But like I said if anyone wants to commandeer the resurrection of movie night for their own streams have at it, pick a movie and post a link to a cytube stream.

>>12153

That does look pretty good! There is also a criterion collection movie called Harlan County, USA that is about a relatively large coal strike in the 70s. I'm not sure if I can stream it directly from the browser, me and some friends share a criterion account. I know some other services have ways of detecting if you are recording your screen and will block it with a black box. It looks like that particular documentary is on YouTube too though so I guess it doesn't matter.
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 No.12209

We should watch some Soviet works too. Such as >>8840 or Come and See or even Soviet Comedies and discuss.


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 No.10080[Reply]

Anyone know anything about feng shui or related? Any materialist ideas about it?
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 No.10086

>>10080
Directions so that the front of the house always receives cool winds while turning away from the sea storms at 90 degrees to avoid your doors being caved in by winds and floods. The rest about luck is just superstition and cope.
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 No.10087

>>10082
you should put your bed facing west so the sun doesn't hit your face in the morning
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 No.10089

>>10080
When positioning a desk in the room, make sure that the light goes in from the left side if you're right handed, and from the right side if you're left handed.
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 No.12175

>>10080
Putting a mirror opposite a doorway or hall gives you a bad feeling because it's momentarily disconcerting to see someone coming towards you before you realise it's your own reflection.
Luck is dependent on mood, among other things - luck is just being able to recognise positive opportunities, and being in a negative mood will attune your perception more toward sources of danger.
Not sure if there's anything else in Feng Shui that has 'real' explanations other than this and the stuff about wind and sunlight. Probably worth going over it all to check, though. Even the stuff that has no strict materialist explanation likely ends up conforming to aesthetic/design principles.
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 No.12185

>>10080
>Anyone know anything about feng shui or related? Any materialist ideas about it?
nosey people invented a reason to get into other people's houses, but it's harmless, so whatever.


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 No.12057[Reply]

Hoping someone can expand and provide some more context for some thoughts i've been having lately. For example in this clip from the latest mandalorian(don't watch if you don't want spoilers). The defeat of the empire and the second death star was originally a simple happy(if not lazy) ending to a series of adventure films. Now it's always kind of, for lack of a better term, deconstructed.

My earliest memory of this is Clerks. if memory serves that one was actually a conversation about the first death star blowing up and how it made luke skywalker a murderer or something. But it was supposed to be a half joking kind of thing. Now that ironic reflexivity seems to have totally replaced any kind of genuine sentiment.

Now look I know this is easily explained by shitty writing and copyright licenses. The property of star wars makes money so you have to find a way to keep milking it and since people already own their own copies of the original, it has to be sequels that don't depart too far from the original or else it it'll become something else and possibly not make as much money. But my point is that it creates a very actual shadow of circular recurrence over the society thats watching this. A sort of cynical defeatism where nothing can ever get better and disrupting the status quo will only ever lead you back to the original struggle anyway. Things can't end, so things can't change.
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 No.12059

>>12057
Is this the same premise as the Book from late Mark Fisher, what's it called again ? A yes Capitalist realism !?
Stop consuming big budget culture industry that is stuck on a depressing repeat because of capitalism. You can divert your attention away from that, and towards smaller budget production or even just indie artists that tell better stories. When you find something you like tell other people about it. I know that the old established IPs about space operas have turned to shit where people suffer as much as today but with better technology. Find the new IPs that aren't about dogshit futures. There's even a thread >>8338 for this in the /hobby/ catalogue already.
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 No.12068

>>12057
Basically as cliches and tropes arise they get noticed and after a while it's "not cool" to lie them, so they get deconstructed or subverted or whatever to be 'hip and cool'.

That's the gist of it.
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 No.12076

Why the hell did my post sage?!


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 No.11681[Reply]

title
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 No.11720

>>11681
I only listen to clips of their bits, and those are generally pretty funny.
Love Blackface John Wick VS 8chan Neo.
Never listened to a whole episode and don't intend to, so can't comment on that experience.
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 No.11729

I'm gay actor Michael Douglas
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 No.11738

My favourite moment from the cumbois, Charlie Sheen:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gbfzHJwFvaA
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 No.11760

>>11720
Yeah, clips are the highlights. They're basically just riffing, and the clips are the good parts.
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 No.12081

>>11681
No it isn't funny but I listen to it anyways because nick mullen is my close personal friend


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 No.7554[Reply]

So my grandma lived in Lithuania back when it was an SSR (She says she was born right after ww2 for reference) and she liked the movies there, from what I can gather they were family friendly affairs similar to the first pirates of the carribean in tone, any comments and maybe recomendations for old soviete media?
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 No.12065

>>12064
by media i meant cartoons
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 No.12066

>>12064
I frankly don't see why. The animation is neat, the short stories are never crass or outright stupid and it's fairly good at carrying across fixtures of Russian culture.
It's also a show aimed at 2-6 year olds, so it's not exactly meant to be comparable to a more mature cartoon work.
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 No.12069

>>12066
i didnt like it either, my favorite was nu pogodi that was the best
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 No.12075

>>12069
The irony being that Nu Pogodi imitated Tom and Jerry with Russian characteristics, rather than being it's own format.
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 No.12078

>>12075
Why the hell are my posts saged for no fuckin' reason!?


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 No.11859[Reply]

Has anyone else watched the original british Utopia ?I marathoned the 12 episodes in 2 days and i was blown away ,it's a shame it isn't talked about more especially now with the pandemic
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 No.11894

Never even heard of it, what's it about?
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 No.11909

>>11894
There's a government conspiracy that's kept secret for a lot of the first season until it's revealed that they are going to exterminate a large portion of the population to stop climate change.
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 No.11920

>>11889
I mean it really fits because GRT are some of the most shat on people in all of britain
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 No.11945

>>11859
The anti-natalist theme to save the planet from self-destruction and conspiracy fiction was entertaining
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 No.12034

>>11859
>The message of the story was that we need to reduce population
huh, no, the message was that malthussian retards in power will want to do so in the light of ecological collapse, not that it's a good thing, as they're always the antagonists. I liked how it showed institutional power subservient to a secret agency apparitus, just like they are in reality with US empire and capital interest (very apparent in the assange case for example).

>>11859
I found the directing, music and aesthetics amazing, and the plot/chars were great. One of my fav show. Yeah season 2 was not as good, but still good, and one really gripped me in.


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 No.5940[Reply]

Post your own or others maps in this thread. Statistical and imaginary maps are welcome.
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 No.6942

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Saw this and sort of thought it was relevant

https://fundforpeace.org/who-we-are/partners/

They make this garbage: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_Fragile_States_Index

All maps from such NGO's are so one-sided because they all exist to say “US allies good commies bad”
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 No.11933

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List of operators of the Mig-29, most advanced soviet fighter plane produced. Blue is current operators, red former operators.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Mikoyan_MiG-29_operators
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 No.11954

>>18421
>1st pic
I've heard about those Pornhub statistic maps, but never saw it myself. Could you link the most recent one? Kinda curious about what is my country fapping to.
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>>5940
You never specified Earth.
>>18421
Thank god for pornhub for helping us map out the degenerates.


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 No.6750[Reply]

what do you guys think of H.P lovecraft ?
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 No.11917

nigger cat lmaoo
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 No.11918

According to porkypedia:
>After leaving New York, he moved to an apartment at 10 Barnes Street near Brown University with his surviving aunt; a few years later, they moved to a slightly less expensive place at 65 Prospect Street. As a result of the Great Depression, he shifted towards socialism, decrying both his prior beliefs and the rising tide of fascism.[78] He supported Franklin D. Roosevelt, but he thought that the New Deal was not sufficiently leftist.[79]
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 No.11934

>>11904
He shifted significantly to the left in the last 6 years of his life, disowning his reactionary past and basically becoming a socialist. I recommend reading his personal letters, it's fascinating watching how his views change, and how disillusioned and disgusted he becomes with the views of his younger self.
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 No.11942

>>11904
He shat on The New Deal for trying to save the doomed system of capitalism and advocate for revolutionary actions. He was only a reactionary due to his dysfunctional upbringing of a NEET in hyper conservative New England.
Similar to how Che used to be white supremacist until he actually lived alongside actual working class people and realized the “racial divide” of LatAm is completely made up by the ruling oligarchs to mimic to colonial period.
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 No.11989

>>6785
the insane produce the best art, its why reactionary nineteenth century Russians made some of the best literature


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 No.5793[Reply]

Do you think cats can pass the mirror test? My cats seem self aware, but aren't interested in mirrors. They also have zero understanding of computer screens, and keep crawling behind speakers looking for the source when you play recorded cat meows, no matter how many times you do it.

I really wish I could communicate enough with animals to explain how technology works sometimes, or how certain things are dangerous to them. It would be more fun if I could teach cats about light switches, or if we could design VR video headsets with games that cats would like to play.
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 No.11941

>>11938
Fuck.
I'm sorry man.
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 No.11947

>>11704
>breed of dog that arose recently during the height of capitalist consumerism
Nice try, the chihuahua is actually one of the few remaining American dog breeds bred by pre-Colombian natives.
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 No.11953

>>11938
Shit, that's awful. I'm sorry comrade.
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 No.11973

>>11947
The modern Chihuaha and tht Native American dog breed have about as much to do with one another as modern bulldogs and bulldogs of the 1600s
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 No.11974

>>11938
That sucks. RIP.


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