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 No.342639[Reply]

Let's talk about a serious topic that I've never seen discussed on imageboards, which is strange as imageboards tend to attract obsessive nerds who collect too much stuff.

I have a crapload of toys. What am I supposed to do with them? Common wisdom would tell you, well either throw them away or give them away. Here's the problem. If I throw them away, I am contributing to the waste problem. If I give them away, I am just kicking the proverbial can down the road so it becomes someone else's problem. Recycling? Where do I recycle toys?

And here's the thing. It gets worse with every new generation. Every new generation is being handed a bigger problem. Crapitalism will continue to produce things like toys.

What the hell am I supposed to do? I can keep the toys, sure. But when I die now those toys are the problem of whoever is my heir. So really that doesn't solve shit.
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 No.342992

>>342806
Many people with private collections eventually donate it to a museum or even create their own later or they actually use everything in their collection such as when it's instruments for example.

 No.343021

>>342791
Collecting stamps and comicbooks makes sense since they can become rare and until the 90's the only way to read a comic was tracking it down.
People who collects music gear are different because they're never musicians and they drive up the market's prices and keeping real musicians that seek specific gear priced out of it.

 No.343029

>>343021
Not true. For example electronic musicians often have a large collection of different synths. Though they tend to sell them off once bored of using one to save space.

 No.343030

>>343029
Well I mean look at the pic. I posted. How many Gibsons does this guy own? I'm not an expert but I bet a couple of those are damn near identical. They look like it. Maybe he has different pickups on them who knows. But yeah most people with redundant gear only play 2 or 3 of them.

>>343021
Speaking of stamps. Me and my cousins inherited a stamp collection from grandpa years ago and still haven't liquidated that bitch. It's between trying to get max value of going the pain of trying to sell them individually on ebay or just getting a bulk price from some reseller/appraiser. They're probably going down in value because all the stamp collectors are dying off.

Speaking of liquidating collection inheritance, I got a steal on a 1970s Gibson from some guy who was liquidating his father's collection. I paid 650 for it but I didn't see it selling online for less than $1k.

 No.343053

i "collect" far too many games i never play
i prefer emulation anyway at this point because savestates+speedup make so many older games more enjoyable, especially jrpgs with speedup
i don't know what to do with all this shit and the fat trinitron i got



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 No.342163[Reply]

You would think that ever since social conservatism is being rejected more and more people here would also reject it but it seems like I'm seeing more anti-homo shit here than before. Why is that the case?
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 No.342403

>>342165
/thread.
I'm tired of it. Please get the fuck out.

 No.343005

Because it's mostly people whom never had a proper social life. They only know about human nature via pop culture.
It especially doesn't help with the reckless promotion of college and marriage as a the ticket to cushy living.

 No.343038

>>343005
People like that should honestly just kill themselves at that point TBH
Their lives are a story without any pretty ending anyways

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 No.343052

>>343038
Unfortunately, too many of them end up on 8kun /doomer or some other postboomer nihilist forum. Very few end up as mass shooters although most of them will tout some fascist apologist logic.
Especially the belief of "bullying is good".



 No.342686[Reply]

How can anyone call themselves a leftist and get wrapped up in this irrelevant shit?
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 No.343007

>>342762
Its very creepy when you discover those memes aren't usually created by black people themselves but by white reactionaries. It reminds me how every East Asian online English speaking space is dominated by white sexpats/teachers.

 No.343015

>>342756
Sounds like you just wanted to pat yourself on the back for challenging things that were never said or implied. No one said to just outright ignore everything but rather address the underlying causes instead of claiming it's just racism. You cant have racism without race.

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>>343007
>Its very creepy when you discover those memes aren't usually created by black people themselves but by white reactionaries.
How exactly do you "discover" this? What exactly do you mean by "those memes"? How do you know which are those memes, or who made them?

 No.343037

>>342686
if it’s irrelevant, why did you make a thread about how it’s irrelevant

 No.343046

>>343007
>anon thinks they know the demographics of who made the meme as if they have special racial dousing rod powers
>anon thinks they're not reactionary despite imagining that they can diagnose somone's race over the internet
>anon thinks the meme is reactionary despite being 100% on point



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 No.341910[Reply]

if they had

1. adopted Sanskrit/Arabic numerals
2. further developed the Aeolipile leading to an early industrial revolution and
3. stayed out of Judea, avoiding the advent of Christianity

we would be living under Polytheistic Soviet Rome right now.

Think about it.
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 No.342878

>>342870
The importance of Christianity
>"Waah christcucks are ruining a good thread"

 No.342963

>>341920
>Another factor was that technology wasn't quite there yet in ancient Rome
this tbh
the romans lacked centuries of advancements in chemistry, mathematics and consequently physics to properly grasp the significance of the aeolipile beyond "AQUA·FERVIDA·GLOBVM·MAGNVM·ROTARE·FACIT·CAC", let alone make use of the technology on a wide scale
there's also the problem of the roman agriculture being much less productive than that of early modern age europe due to the lack of new world crops as well as inferior tools and techniques (see four-crop rotation, ley farming, moldboard plows, land reclamation etc)
obviously this makes sustaining a population on the level of 17th century europe impossible, and the romans only managed to achieve a fraction of that level of productivity through consolidation by latifundia (working their slaves to death)

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>>342878
dont care about ur spooks

 No.342974

>>342878
Christianity is important but I don't think it made capitalism possible. I think capitalism would have eventually emerged in a world with or without Christianity. Even monotheism wasn't essential to the development of capitalism.

 No.343039

>>342974
Christianity didn't exclusively permit capitalism, no, but Christianity was what ended up permitting and shaping capitalism as we know it.



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 No.342861[Reply]

What is the materialist explanation for this?
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 No.342939

>>342931
do any young people still listen to him? I think its only boomers now who like to hear their ideas about 'personal responsibility' on the world repeated by a an 'authority'

 No.342942

>>342936
Thanks for the books >>342880

 No.342953

>>342936
They weren't fleeing european anti-semitism, they were settler colonizers from the get go.

That euro jews came to Palestine as refugees is a myth even anti-zionists believe

 No.342999

>>342939
There's alot more vocal postboomer adults whom tout him up.
His audience are usually pretentious insecure "anti-lib" male wallflowers ranging from thirteen to forty.

 No.343016

>>342939
My 70 year old mom listened to him once and got mad when I told her the kind of person he is and how much an idiot he is…thankfully she forgot he existed later…



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 No.343014[Reply]

Try not to attach yourself to this world, it will get worse if you do.

I tried doing this but several agents including family prevented me from not caring completely. Now I have health issues I must care about because of them.

t. suffers from anxiety induced IBS

 No.343035

There is a whole religion about not attaching yourself to this world.



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 No.342767[Reply]

I only support Small Pharma. Small mom & pop businesses producing their meds and opioid locally and providing their local community with fresh vaccines that actually feels like vaccines not like those Big Pharma vaccines that all taste the same.
I plan on joining a self-sufficient pharma lobby and starting my own pharma to provide for my family as well as myself.
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 No.342901

>>342897
>pic
Are soyboys even men?

 No.342933

>>342897
That's too low body fat percentage. Veins and bones show a lot at that level and individual muscle fibers it just looks gross plus i already have sunken cheeks which is what i dont like. Maybe down to 12% if i could. But yes id likely try retinol or tretinoin and other things before going route of topical estrogen

>>342898
I don't have a double chin though. And before you ask no not a chinlette either.

 No.342980

>>342767
Supporting small pharma instead of "big" pharma is the wrong way to think of it. You should instead support mass spreading of the design schematics and materials needed to manufacture medicines, in addition to concentrated institutions of high levels of advancement and researches. No, you can't create top level clean-rooms to do advanced medical research on the small scale

 No.342993

>>342980
What happens when someone has a rare disease though and needs medicine for it immediately?

 No.343009

>>342897
>camera angle
>photoshop
yeah not falling for it



 No.339559[Reply]

Humans fuck off
this is monsters territory.
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 No.342685

>>341885

Leaning on Sea Bishop - looks eerier.

 No.342825

Monstered

 No.343001

Hell is staffed with dinosaurs because they're all dead

 No.343002

Will you heed the call?

 No.343003

Average American



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 No.342689[Reply]

chinlet thread, post chinlet stuff
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 No.342828

>>342753
2nd to last one is so clever lmao

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 No.342860[Reply]

Thinking about becoming a sword and fedora guy. It looks fun.

 No.342862

sword. Yes. Fedora. No.

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 No.342929

>>342860
Look at those KINGS



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