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 No.1054[Reply]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4WQal7L2Cwwhat does /hobby/ think of comedian Bill Burr's interpretation of "One Punch Man"?
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 No.1056

>>1054who?
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 No.1071

>>1054Damn that was nice, was not expecting such a nice anti corporate analysis. I was probably the guy who just got fucking high and watched this bald headed dude punch half a crab in the face and watched it explode.
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 No.1073

>>1056Bill Burr is basically stereotypical working class burger masculinity. His success in comedy and podcasting has given him some more bourgeois values, but for the most part he does a good job of maintaining a sense of what it's like to be a regular guy, and he's sharp enough to do inject social commentary. Some of his bits are simplistic "wew look at these triggered libs" but that's mostly bait to get drones to watch him when he makes more complicated points.
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 No.1078

Wow, I didn't even consider his analysis of the crab or the mosquito lady and I've gone through the show and manga 4 or 5 times. In the case of the blood sucking whore it is pretty obvious in hindsight.


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 No.1029[Reply]

If you like electronic music and haven't heard Justice's "Woman Worldwide" you owe it to yourself to give it a listen.FULL ALBUM LINK: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLH3lfNtPhUxjYAuUU7fX-USuWI1WkgzAFit sounds a bit like a modern DAFT PUNK. Won some music awards as well. i give it a 9/10
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 No.1035

>>1029p. sweet
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 No.1039

>>1035i cant stress enough how you should listen to the whole album in order, its a bit like a live mix/remix you would hear at a music event than an album with discrete songs.Each song blends into each other. There are some epic drops that sound even better when they are heard in the context of the greater song and album
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 No.1062

>>1039>i cant stress enough how you should listen to the whole album in orderNext thing you'll tell me I should unmute the sound so I can hear it, or something crazy like that. :pI have listened to music before. :)
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 No.1068

>>1062some people only listen to an individual song
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 No.1069

>>1068I figured he put the full album playlist link for a reason. But anyway, I like the album. Bought a Franz Ferdinand Justice remix on vinyl the other day.


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 No.1050[Reply]

WHO /BRAINTRAIN/ HERE?post braintraining shithttps://www.brainturk.com/dual-n-backI just started, apparently doing a session of this a day can help you quit drinking. its like a miracle. The way you play is you push the button when the sequence repeats however many times back. So it starts with 1 back, which is easy, you just gotta remember the very last position and letter. Then it goes to 2 back and its a lot harder on your attention span. post scores
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 No.1059

>>1058I said there are potential uses for it, but the commerical shit is a meme. It's much easier to make games that feel like they're training you than to make games that might actually help (especially if you want people to buy your product). It's a very easy scam to do, and there's a bunch of people doing it. The stuff that would actually work isn't generally commercially viable, so it's restricted to the occasional experimental stuff. Someone might figure out a way to make games they can sell (like Brain Age) but it's a market that's full of grifters. And video games aren't particularly good at preventing senility. Reading books, doing a hobby, exercising, etc - basically anything that stimulates you regularly will help you in that regard. "Brain training" is definitely a meme used to scam people.
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 No.1060

Total waste of time. Go learn new languages or something.https://learnjapanesepod.com/kana-invaders/http://www.studykanji.net/kanjiquiz/chromehttps://www.masteranylanguage.com/c/q/o/Korean/Alphabet/mmg1https://www.masteranylanguage.com/c/r/o/Korean/Gameshttps://rockalingua.com/games (español)https://www.chineseinflow.comhttps://tonedear.com/ear-training/absolute-perfect-pitch-testhttps://trainer.thetamusic.com/en/content/music-training-gameshttps://www.leetfree.com (select all questions, sort from easiest difficult, solve all in all major languages such as C, C++, Python, PHP, Java, JavaScript, SQL)Master electronics repair so you can never be cucked those fucking kikes who on purpose put the absolute shittiest capacitors possible in every electronic sold today (computer parts, monitors, microwave ovens, etc.) so their products last no longer than 3 years, and charge $500 for video cards that cost $200 in 2015:Electronics, soldering etc.:What are VOLTs, OHMs & AMPs?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zYS9kdS56l8A simple guide to electronic components.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Maq5IyHSucElectronic structure of atomshttps://www.khanacademy.org/science/chemistry/electronic-structure-of-atomshttps://www.khanacademy.org/science/physics (just 3 sections Electric charge, Circuits, Magnetic forces)https://www.khanacademy.org/science/electrical-engineeringHow Diodes Work - The Learning Circuithttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-SSkjWuUri4Post too long. Click here to view the full text.
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 No.1061

>>1060learning a language would be nice, but i think id require someone else who knew the language to be effective at learning it and then having some use for it. It'd be nice to be able to read some theory in its original german but I don't know if the investment is worth it.Similarly with electronic repair, how do I ever gain those skills without having something to practice on. Which starts to get expensive. I think electronics are cheap enough today that its more expensive to buy those repair tools rather than just throwing it out and buying another microwave. If I had money for a hobby, I would for sure be getting into stuff like drones though. Not trying to be a negative nancy, but I think we're talking two separate things. The attractiveness of brain training is that it's easy and free, at least the one i posted. You can come home, crash on the couch, and do it from your phone, 20 minutes a day and supposedly see results.
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 No.1063

>>1061>The attractiveness of brain training is that it's easy and free, at least the one i posted. You can come home, crash on the couch, and do it from your phone, 20 minutes a day and supposedly see results.still, he's right : if this is just memorizing random shit, might as well learn vocabulary in a new language.
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 No.1064

We already have a thread for general advice for language learning: >>187


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 No.1041[Reply]

https://discord.gg/bNnugSJBunker Media is a project to make a blog and a small podcast/radio show with a background playlist of laborwave and fan-made music based on a Wordpress-based website. We need writers, musicians, editors, translators, programmers, and listeners. We're planning on reporting on news, theory, practice, book discussion, and maybe other stuff besides.>inb4 complaining about bunker media using discord
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 No.1043

>disc*rdglow harder, nigger
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 No.1044

>>1043Hey, Discord wasn't my idea to use.
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 No.1045

>>1044Was it the idea of your handler? Fuck off with your surveillance network.
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 No.1046

>>104510 bucks say you use Windows.
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 No.1047

>>1046Do you have cash?


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 No.473[Reply]

What do you think about ZeroNet?https://zeronet.io/It's basically P2P web. Have great potential, also there is an imageboard there:http://127.0.0.1:43110/1ADQAHsqsie5PBeQhQgjcKmUu3qdPFg6aA/
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 No.484

inb4 /pol/ anons start panicking over ZeroNet "leaking their IP addresses" like they did with Tox
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 No.485

>>349which is an idea for a raid
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 No.486

>>136It would be trivial to scare all of the boomers who don't understand p2p off of zeronet and its ilk entirely. Alas that might require setting up zeronet, which was a piece of crap two years ago and doesn't seem to have changed a whole lot since.
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 No.487

>>253Zeronet is fucking garbage.Just use tor or i2p
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 No.1025

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>>480based


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 No.15[Reply]

So now that we finally have a general entertainment board…People have expressed interest before in doing a Bunkerchan movie night. This is a thread to discuss that and to post any planned streams (Hoxha might want to sticky this).So first of all: I'm not going to stream shit unless people show up. That being said, I can't stream every week at a time that works for everyone even if I wanted to, so if anyone other than me is able to stream and willing to, you should post here. I'm also wondering what sorts of things people would want to watch. People have in the past talked about doing lefty themed movies and documentaries, but I think that'd be kind of limiting if it was all we streamed.
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 No.1002

>>15I'm all for this, but we really need to figure out what types of movies we're going to watch.
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 No.1008

The Korean movie Parasite fucking sucked and it was so obvious the director was middle class
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 No.1009

>>1002I don't think we should watch anything too heavy, some light and fun stuff, maybe leftism related ofc
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 No.1012

>>1008finally someone agrees. I had to turn it off when the family of genius conmen went full retard and hung around in the house while the family was on vacation. too fucking stupid… everyone in it acted like a cartoon.
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 No.1020

There's a Bunker Media project going on RN, maybe we could show the movies there.Link: https://bunkerchan.xyz/leftypol/res/133678.html


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 No.983[Reply]

anyone want to talk about the new Watchmen? I've been pleasantly surprised so far by lindelof. The recurring motifs are translated well into a series, its already a better adaptation of the original work than snyders.
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 No.999

No, it's radical-liberal idpol garbage of the worst kind.
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 No.1000

I'm super triggered about what these butchers are gonna do to sandman


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 No.979[Reply]

Does anyone have any e-reader recommendations? I don't want my eyes to blow up while reading.
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 No.980

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>>979pussy
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 No.981

Kobo Aura H20 hands down. Easy to hack, lasts years, feature complete, supports all common formats.
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 No.986

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>>981Thanks comrade!>>980Lol


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 No.833[Reply]

Happy halloween fellas (not for me because i'm not doing anything particularly fun or exciting today). I came up with a list of movies you might wanna watch today. Suggested by other people of course.I haven't seen most of these movies in this list, but these are supposed to be good spooky movies/documentaries.Documentaries:Wild wild countryGoing ClearJesus Camp (i saw this one, it's pretty good)JonestownHoly HellKentucky Teenage Vampires https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWclRSulGFQ[Embed]The KeepersWe Need To Talk About KevinMovies:The Hostel - I saw it, it didn't scare me much. It might appeal to other people though. It's more of a "getting kidnapped and raped a brutally murdered" kind of thing.Angel HeartThe Fourth Kind - Only saw it partially, i think it maybe had some spooky scenes but it was years ago and i need to rewatch.Noroi The Curse - I actually saw the full thing. I highly recommend it, subbed of course because dubbed japanese entertainment loses the emotion in the voice.La Voyage Dans La LunThe Demonic Tapes (british horror film)Ju-on the grudge (the japanese version) - I saw this one too, but don't remember enough to tell you how good it was.ShutterAntichrist (the film)Annihilation ( was interested in it a few months ago, it had some legit unsettling shit in it, but i can't see how it'd be a full on horror thing since some of it seems too artsy)AuditionA Tale of Two SistersThe Thing (the original not the prequel)The Exorcist (maybe that's a normie movie, i don't know, i haven't seen it but it's gotten a lot of praise over the years)Aside from that list you should watch the poughkeepsie tapes. It's pretty good. Also give REC a try. Not Quarantine though, REC. Also the original blair witch project.That's all i got.
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 No.838

>>837I'm proud of you.
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 No.840

I'm going to see The Lighthouse next week. I really liked The Witch, so I've been looking forward to it for quite a while.
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 No.841

wtf is the bear suit costume in the shining and why do I know Epstein has something to do with it?
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 No.844

>>838Be proud of her, she deedthroated with her finger in my ass and extracted a pint of semen.>>840Whelp I know what I'm doing next weekend.
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 No.969

The Green Room is a good movie that focuses on an anarkiddie band that decides to play a concert for neonazis in order to get some money. When trying to leave they accidentally witness a murder and they end up being forced to fight for their lives since the fashies don't want them reporting shit to the police. This is probably the one movie you want your fellow anti-gun comrades to see.


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 No.925[Reply]

what does everyone think of William Gibson's classic cyberpunk novels / stories, are they any good?
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 No.927

>>926well which ones are the good ones, neuromancer?
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 No.928

I read Neuromancer years ago and from what I remember it was pretty good but it suffers from what many genre-setting works do in that it now seems pretty cliche and standard in retrospect
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 No.929

>>927neuromancer was pretty ok, but he wasn't a good writer yet and it's hard to keep up with the pacing of the novel. Ideas are interesting but the story sucks. It's literally just a cyberpunk heist story. I liked idoru better. But you could tell it was then when his political stances were starting to soften up to liberalism
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 No.933

>>929>>928What about his earlier work like Burning Chrome
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 No.952

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>>933Haven't read it.when it comes to cyberpoonk I liked " when gravity falls" which is about a world where traps are the norm and the west has declined to the point of being comparable to the current Middle East, and the story is set in the Middle east anyway . The main characters love interest is qute trap and they Fucc a lot. There's also lengthy descriptions of her boipuccy. There's also snowcrash which I really liked. Gibson started the cyberpunk movement but was never the best cyberpunk writer imo


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