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 No.15840[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Ask your /fit/ related questions here.

Beginner's Health and Fitness Guide, aka "the /fit/ sticky"
http://liamrosen.com/fitness.html

<Previous Thread

https://archive.is/gQqkCegoismEgoism
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>>25328
>>25327
Curious if you have any non-Chinese or Soviet ones ?

 No.25333

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 No.25334

>>25314
That's just some curls with a kind of unusual grip followed by a shrug.

 No.25335

>>25314
Forearm curls



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 No.2221[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

How do you dress? What are you wearing today? How should you dress, as a Marxist? Which trends are proletarian and which are bourgeois?
Discuss.
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>>25272
dior aw07 i think

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>>24628
id never pay for balenciaga stuff but i appreciate what they do (retardedly expensive goofy ass fits)

 No.25305

>>25260
I'm tall and pale with long hair just average body build not fat, fit or skinny. It's not like I hate everything I wear I just look too plain and normie these days. Lots of classic styles and zip up hoodies is what I wear. I used to wear real oversized clothes but got tired of picking up pant legs and the swish swoosh of walking and how the shirts tent out looking unflattering from a side view. Not really feeling either. More into alt stuff in general. Only thing I got down is I like dark and earth colours.

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 No.25332

>>25305
>More into alt stuff in general.
such as? loose yohji/cdg stuff, julius/bbs/rick or just what art hoes from social media look like?



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 No.5308[Reply]

First thread I've ever made here. I'm really interested in graphic design and I make shitty flags all the time. Therefore: Post your flags, your logos, your posters, your whatever. Or you can post cool shit you found - point is, post some based shit.

>Lefty shit is best, but if you think it's cool, post.
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Union of Soviet Socialist Republic's as a space civilization

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Flag of a socialist Afghanistan

 No.20974

Same >>5308

 No.25326

I don't know the source of this but it's very dope.

 No.25331

>>25326
Nice classic design.



 No.22812[Reply]

I've redistributed a red flag from work and I wanted to turn it into a flag for my union branch. Unfortunately I've no real experience with sewing anyone got any advice?
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 No.22820

you mean embroidery? it helps to print out what you wanna stitch onto it and tracing it onto the flag before stitching

 No.22821

>>22820
also get help from a skilled woman if possible

 No.24601

Stop buying into "HEAVY DUTY" sewing machine branding
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3xrW3aD_C7Q

What Kind Of Sewing Machine Should I Buy? (For sewing "manly" utility stuff)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFq5QXgF4v8

Industrial Machine Required for Bag Making?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQ_5CQYlufw

 No.25325

Bump.
Recently I learned how to use a sewing machine at trade school.

 No.25329

Does it have to be sewn? Have you considered dying imagery onto it?



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 No.8066[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

not pictured because i don't have the screenshot:
>that time anon made a post about trump being grown in a vat in somewhere france by the situationist to tank the us empire
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>>8183
Porkuu here's a relic from the past

 No.25293

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i'm miss the old leftypol

 No.25303

>>25090
apologies, this one looked better that's why

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Reposting the sacred prophecy

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>>8305
I don't know what an Elvis accent sounds like, so I just read it in Johnny Bravo's voice.



 No.6594[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

/cars/

Anybody else in the bunker enjoy cars and motorsport?

Discuss anything motoring related here.

To start I'll say I've spent the last few days doing the brakes on my own car, including new calipers. Fucking hard work on an old POS, nothing comes apart easily.
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 No.25194

>>24803
I believe in you

 No.25213

>>25193
You try army-mil surplus online, they still have some old jeeps from storage being sold.

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 No.25322

>>25213
That's very cool but there is something in me that doesn't trust a 60 years old car be used or new-old-stock
Still these have some nice prices, it may be worth going with one of those.



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 No.20395[Reply]

Was she a Stalinist? She sure as hell never did anything wrong.
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 No.24594

Is ward worth reading at all?

 No.24602

>>24594
The pacing and focus of the story is a 180 from Worm. It's far slower and fixates more on characters dealing with trauma and the aftermath of Worm than it being nonstop conflict. If that interests you then you'll get more enjoyment than others did from it.

 No.25240

I really like the audiobook version of Worm, finished it recently(even with its flaws, I like seeing it get better over time-):
https://audioworm.rein-online.org/

I have a very strong aversion to most superhero stuff (there's stories and characters I definitely adore though throughout the years tho), and this hits a unique spot that I can definitely resonate with. I feel like the parahumans setting has much more potential than most works it shares a premise/genre with, and despite some of the flaws it has (need for editing, certain drags/confusing parts, etc.), it really stands out on its own. In terms of existing in the larger sphere of "capeshit", I'd go and say its one of the best creations in the entire premise, helped in a large part by the way the narrative presents itself. The protagonist and their interactions feel a lot more human than most heroes and villains in other stories, and the entire story takes on that lifelike element. The interludes (interlude 10x especially oh my lord) work really well, because they give a different perspective than the usual protagonist's narration, and can take crazy turns with that. It's also pretty cool that a lot of the main characters are young, but not in the usual youth that glamourizes high school life, quite the opposite in fact. As someone at a similar age to the characters by the end of the story, I can say they certainly feel and act similar enough to the way someone our age IRL would, especially if thrust in such a wacky superpowered premise and world like the one they're in. The sociopolitical part of the setting gives me somewhat similar vibes to Watchmen and early Spawn, especially with how the image of things presented by popular culture and media is incongruent with the reality that the characters actually live through. The criminality of many of the characters feels a lot more real in motivation, and the plot following "villains" as full-fledged characters is just a breath of fresh air. It sees the average "superhero" for how fucking deranged they'd actually be; it looks at what would happen if sociopaths, sadists, and emotionally stunted people got abilities that enabled them to act more on their tendencies, and its all so interesting. The use of powers is also a lot more grounded, and the way they're applied is certainly a lot more compelling than the average story, also in a weird way feeling almost shonPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.25247

what comic

 No.25319

I really enjoyed it. It was exciting and most of the characters were well written. The last arc was really exciting and the ending was good (though the end isn't exactly the happiest), and Taylor has really good development throughout the story. It does have problems, the biggest of which is its awful pacing. Some fights took way to long despite having little impact in the story, and the timeskip was poorly done and doesn't allow for you to get to know lots of the characters. It also could have done with an editor. But all in all I think it brings a lot to the table and I highly recommend reading it.



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First thread >>2278

I just watched the new Batman movie, it's about as boring and derived as you'd expect. The villain is a real psycho, apparently he hates Bruce Wayne's father because of his scam charity orphanage where children froze to death and the villain himself grew up in, and tries to publicly reveal his father's ties to organized crime and political corruption. Luckily Batman eventually teaches him the true meaning of love and forgiveness before the villain is thrown into an insane asylum for the rest of his days, and the credits roll.

I also watched Memoria, which was just as boring and I have nothing to say about.
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>>25308
np
also just checked what they’re like now and they seem to just have become your standard petty bourgeois normie and even stayed in christianity somewhat, except for the bowl cut kid who took the hippy path
pretty uncanny
https://thecinemaholic.com/where-are-the-jesus-camp-children-now/

 No.25310

I watched "Old" (2021). It was pretty mediocre. Not abysmal, but just not good - M. Night Shyamalan might be one of the few directors who gets worse over time. Unlike his other movies, there was no typical twist, that revelation in the end can barely called anything like that, because you can see it from a mile coming.

The concept of aging rapidly isn't new per se, and not bad per se, but he didn't really know what to do with it. The only classical trope was lady obsessed with her own beauty going mad over aging, and then died in a horrific twisted way - that was the only really creepy scene. Other than that, the movie was surprisingly PG-13, they wouldn't even show a skeleton. Also, the main characters that escape will not be okay, imagine you are a 6 year old in the body of a 50 year old - you'd be diagnosed as clinically infantile and get a warden. The dialog was rather awkward and the ending felt weirdly anticlimatic - so they are doing those super secret experiments, but don't even have security?

If you have nothing else to watch you can give it a try. It's not bad but is just really kinda there, it doesn't really do anything with its premise.

 No.25311

If you are ever in the mood for a modern but classic gothic horror movie with a decent budget, beautiful gothic cinematography, evil landlords and dead peasant daughters, gipsy folklore and "tell don't show" creepy scenes that still come with decent effects and gore and body horror - give this one a try.

All-around good, classic horror movie. It doesn't really have a deeper meaning I think, but it is really good at what it does.

 No.25312

>>25294
Saw that with my gf in fact, better movie admittedly, very funny and surprisingly heartfelt
Saw Dr. Strange with my best friend while blazed
> Its a marvel movie bro.
No, that’s specifically Elizabeth Olsen who is a stacy



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Let's make a thread to discuss, review and analyze tv shows. Everybody is binging something these days.
Argue about dvd commentaries, Post your thesis on King of the Hill, Reminisce about a tv show you used to watch but don't quite remember it's title. Just about anything related to shows. Post your highscore on those Ben 10 CN flash games. Anything goes.
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 No.25295

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why is she so cute 🥺
masterchief is so mean

 No.25296

>>25295
is thay ghislaine maxwell?

 No.25297

>>25226
> burgerpunk
lol, new core
<don't really try to pretty up or romanticize things

>there's a pretty strong pro-police undertone to it.

yeah i've felt tht too, with hank dying being one of the showest big moments, and basically anything showing cops doing good work is basically coppaganda

i think i've heard people complain about the racism and sexism too but not many
it's true tho, i can't remember any women characters that aren't like that

even jessica jones is like naggy

>spoilered text

damn that's deep, i forgot about that scene
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>>25297
>did any of the post-bb media showed what happened to his family?
You see they are in witness protection in the last episode. IDK about anything beyond that.

>>25295
Oh yea btw found out that the sex scene apparently happens while covenant lady is a POW under MC's supervision so the libs cheering at this for making gamers angery were cheering for a war crime.

 No.25302

>>25299
did she like consent?



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 No.15233[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Old /co/ thread is dead and buried.
Let's have a new thread to talk about comics and animation.
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 No.25241

>>25050
They're gonna reboot it someday, aren't they?

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 No.25243

>>25241
i don't even remember the last place freakazoid was mentioned other than the voice actor posting daily facts of him on twt

So idk, i wouldn't opposed to some HBOMax thing

was the pinky and that other 3 rat siblings reboot good?

>>25242
🤮
what was his last cameo

 No.25244

I still don't know what was up with those X-Men comics in Logan

That fucked up my brain a bit, Cause those are real comics


So like they got their identities capitalized on by a fictional company in-universe?

I liked X:Men Origins Wolverine more

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BRUH WHY DOES HE LOOK SO GOOFY AND CONSTIPAPTED IN THE FIRST SHOT

WHY
WHY WHY

i want him without the nose, idk why
it just looks more alien



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