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 No.5801[Reply]

I kinda like roller coasters though.
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 No.24708

>>5801
>Are amusement parks/theme parks just bourgeoisie decadence?
The business models that they arose from (bread n' circus) and their modern exploitation in most countries outside of the USSR is bourg, but they are not by default bourg, and the USSR had plenty of them.

 No.24754

>>5801
I don't necessarily have a problem with amusement parks if people actually enjoy them. But I don't really get it. You are never in danger on a roller coaster, yes you go fast but you're just sitting on a bench for a few minutes. Jumping from a branch on a tree swing is much more exhilarating and much easier, cheaper and accessible. Like there are a plethora of things that are more fun, cheaper and keep you fit in the process.

 No.24759

>>24708
you literally just pulled this out of your ass
>>24754
the speed and the stomach drop
i never really got roller coasters though, the bigger ones only last 2 minutes at most for like literally an hour or 2 of waiting in line, and the sheer wind-blast means you can't see much
i like the ones where you spin around and get dizzy, it's a nice effect
also they usually have nice restaurants and snacks and places to just chill

 No.24760

>>24759
>literally just pulled this out of your ass
Wrong. Amusement Parks and the like arose from 1890s circus entertainment like Coney Island and involved a lot of fucked up exploitative shit. But the rides in and of themselves are just means of entertainment, and the USSR had rides in various parks, they just didn't make them into viciously exploitative and consumerism-obsessed industries, as under market systems.

 No.24761

fellas is it bourgeois to have fun



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 No.8338[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

post artwork for a nice socialist futureavoid, dread-mongering, collapse-porn and techno-phobia.
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 No.16456

>>8368
Deep Space 9. Awesome writing in addition to being actually based as fuck.

 No.16457

>>8564
looks neat as hell very much appreciated

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 No.24715

>>8591
they're both shit

 No.24746

>>24715
cry more



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 No.8642[Reply]

Anyone into this shit? The upcoming housing crisis is an open door for more backyard pools to skate.
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 No.17903

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Anyone ever had one of these two wheeled things?
I had it as a kid and aside of some smooth turns the overall control is crap, you have to constantly swing your knees and ankles for it to move and it wouldnt even go uphill, it needs both feet on board all the time so tricks were also a no
It was interesting to learn though and it teaches you balance, and the funny falls were worth it

 No.18027

Any of you inline skate here? I got some dope new rockered frames coming in

 No.18029

>>8769
Skateboarding is technically illegal in japannaziNazi

 No.24712

>>8673
fixing due to the site move >>>/anime/562

 No.24713

>>18029
Huh, strange that they don't have a lot of delinquent skateboarding media



 No.24546[Reply]

people who makes ARGs be like

 No.24565

Moved to >>>/games/16847.



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 No.24462[Reply]

been shinnying up as of recent through vegetarian diet and and prescribed meds. always been a bigger dude but I'd prefer to be lighter as im pretty overweight. I'm decently strong which has helped me with fights and I want to maintain some strength for self defense. Exercises, nutrient suggestions, and other general info wanted.

 No.24463

theres a whole ahh thread for this shit

 No.24464

>>24463 i only saw one for bulking

 No.24465

>>24464
youre asking about exercising and nutrition which is literally about fitness

 No.24466

Trenbolone

 No.24467

>>24462
Do powerlifting



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 No.24432[Reply]

Grilling season is now open in the northern hemisphere.

What are you grilling?

 No.24440

you can grill in the winter if you’re dedicated enough

 No.24443

myself

it's so fucking hot in india, i can't take it
someone adopt me to antarctica

>>24440
how would that work? wouldn't the flames die out from all the moisture everywhere, from melted ice?

 No.24444

>>24443
>how would that work? wouldn't the flames die out from all the moisture everywhere, from melted ice?
Nah, it's pretty much the same. The only hard part is getting it to start. Its harder to start a fire when it's cold. If you have lighter fluid, then there is no difference. It's just more uncomfortable.



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 No.6995[Reply]

ITT we talk about anything related to punk, hardcore, and any subgenres of punk and hardcore.
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 No.24006

>>24003
Not even a punk but, the shit you have to read on "lefty"pol.

 No.24016

>>24006
you’re probably a butthurt LARPer if this is the one post on this entire site that sets you off

 No.24018

>>24016
This makes no sense lmao.

 No.24341

watching the decline of western civilization (on the 2nd one now)
komsomol made some points

 No.24398

Moved to >>>/music/4666.



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 No.23840[Reply]

It's the new frontier in the makerspace.

hacking and modding…………clothes.

A new jacket with tech fabrics and active ventilation (zips that can open to allow moisture to escape) are over $200. shit works though. need that functionality.

A cheap ninjastyle cycling jacket that fits real well and looks fine is $30, available almost anywhere. It's not at all breathable tho, like wearing a sauna suit after a few minutes activity.

So I brought it to a home-business, an alteration service that added armpit zips and two additional mountaineer style vertical ventilation zips on the front, features that usually only appear together on jackets over $300.

Cost of alterations were 35 dollars, attention to detail was good.

Shit works really well.

Will post detailed photos if 10 people post verifiable pics of their bikes. Don't fucking dox yourself in any way, doesn't have to be the entire bike, strip any exif data from photos or w/e

 No.23841

>>23840
Damn. Sounds cool.
I have a really shitty commuter bike I hate.

 No.24274

>>23841

Sounds like your sadly ignoring one of the most important aspects of cycling, aesthetics. Pride in your ride means more time in the saddle©.

Post bike and I'll post mods.

 No.24276

Techwear is all about spending literal thousands of dollars on clothes you will only wear in the city where it will mostly be sunny and warm.



 No.15469[Reply]

Fishing thread
Talk about your gear, what fish you caught,…. you know the drill

Because fighting animals is fun!

 No.24000

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Do you guys think its immoral to torture worms for our own ammusement?

 No.24210

>>15469
Can't remember the specific gear, but
bog standard course fishing rod
bread mixed into a paste with aniseed balls
maggots if above keeps falling off the hook
rainbow trout

t. Norfolk poacher



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 No.2278[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Hello, the most recent movie threads have seemed a bit unfocused, this thread is for the discussion of movies we just watched and other anon's takes on them. So, without further ado I'll begin.

I just watched Parasite last night, it was pretty good I think, but not as cutting edge or witty as I was expecting. I thought it was a bit unfocused and threw a lot at the wall to see what stuck, but on the other hand, it was fun and more interesting than most. A solid 8/10.

I do an IMDB rating for each film I watch, for my own reference mostly, but you can see each film I watched lately and my rating if you're curious or want to ask about them. If other anons have something similar feel free to post.

https://www.imdb.com/user/ur46013471/ratings
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 No.24456

new cronenberg
i liked his movie about the snuff films
i also watched the one on uh the virtual reality spine thing, felt it tried to do the same themes but didn’t like it

 No.24691

>>2278
There should be a >>>/hobby_archive/ for good but full threads like this, since archive.is isn't fully reliable.

 No.27778

>>21916
>Reimi Spiderman
<bog standard
LMAO no.

 No.37124

>>10107
>О чем это кино? Да ни о чем. Тупой сюжет, бездарный сценарий. Жалко потраченного времени.
- Э. Рязанов

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