>>18769 I just hope Earth gets rid of them before Fundamnetalists go into space. Religion is the enemy of knowledge, technology, and most environmental science.
>The righteous need not cower before the drumbeat of human progress. Though the song of yesterday fades into the challenge of tomorrow, God still watches and judges us. Evil lurks in the datalinks as it lurked in the streets of yesteryear. But it was never the streets that were evil.
>-- Sister Miriam Godwinson, "The Blessed Struggle
>>18826 you can make the argument from the hypothetical standpoint of being a believer and point out the inconsistencies and flawed logic of worshiping a god, specifically the deity in the Judeo-Christian EU, which portrays Him as omnipotent, omniscient etc far beyond human comprehension but jealous, wrathful, prone to making bets with Satan/Lucifer. At times showing mercy, at times obliterating populations.
There' just some issues there is all. If an atheist or agnostic takes the time to comb through the literature and see issues in there, (the same ones many faithful have taken issue with over the centuries and millennia) it's perfectly reasonable to do so from the PERCEIVED standpoint of a believer when engaging in the rhetorical.
There's one dude out there who exclusively commissions close variations on the same image: a rich white woman buying shopping trolleys full of Wonder White bread. The focus is on how rich she is (the bread is usually marked as costing thousands per loaf or some shit) and something about destroying the environment. I think he's also commissioned pics of white women chopping forests down.
> Of all the sexual fetishes in the world, financial domination has perhaps one of the most glamourous images. > Beautiful women are sent money and lavished with expensive gifts by men who want next-to-nothing in return - it’s all about submitting to the dominant woman and relinquishing control over your finances. > Much like physical forms of BDSM, it’s this surrendering of power that is arousing. But in the majority of cases, the dominatrix (domme) and the submissive never meet - it's all done online. > Some financial domination (or findom) relationships consist of one-off payments, others are regimented regular transferrals of money and some men even hand over passwords and total control of their bank accounts to a domme, asking her to devise a minimal budget too. > But what’s the attraction for the men? We asked a self-proclaimed submissive - or “cash-pig,” as the men are known - to explain. > “The arousal factor comes from the thought of the domme invading the personal space that is your finances,” Steve* explains. “People measure their self worth with their money and so utilise it as a method of psychological self harm.” > Indeed, in our society we are largely defined by our money, and it’s often the marker men use to compare themselves to others. > “Financial domination scoops up this notion of human beings and weaponises it as something kinky. It's intimacy, in a very capitalistic and masochistic way,” Steve explains. > He believes that most submissives get into findom due to low self-esteem, and they have an “inability to deal with rejection, humiliation, loneliness, fear of being unwanted and redundant in today’s rapid-paced society.”
Just watched black panther. Not deep or amazing, but I liked it better than any capeshit Ive seen in years. The movie teaches you that choosing leaders by hand to hand combat is retarded, and that you can have the most technologically advanced system but if you have a primative political system you can lose it all.
>>18793 From looking at the wiki, I don't think so, it MIGHT be... then again Needful Things was created in the early 90s so not sure if it would have the same actors as they would be a lot older today. Regardless, Needful Things was a classic film.
Border Cop. US Border Patrol agent Frank Cooper is keeping a fine balance between doing his duty and empathizing with illegal Mexican border jumpers in 1970s California. What he really wants is to crackdown on the professional smugglers, rather than individuals who need work.
There is no official trailer for this movie, so I posted this clip.
Paris, Texas. A classic film. An aimless drifter who has been missing for years, wanders out of the desert to reconnect with society and his family. Is he really ready to discover what happened to his family after those years he went missing?
Easy Rider. A classic independent film from the 60s that best describes real life on the road in the 60s. Through the open country and desert lands, two bikers head from LA to New Orleans, and they get themselves into trouble pretty easily, whether they wanted it or not.
>>18778 Could be a solution, I think it incorporates IPFS too. There are many, I'd say older decentralized P2P clients being the most popular, among stuff like Tribler which impossible to take down. One thing is for sure: We need alternatives and FAST:
don't you worry your little racist head about it anon. lefties like me who dream in secure key exchange algorithms and who patriotically ignore first-amendment-violating laws that attempt to control what code they can or cannot write and publish will continue to create secure communication mediums for you to shit in
>>18788 What makes you think most conservatives are racists? Places like /pol/ are not actually the norm in the real world. The internet exaggerates EVERYTHING, trust me. I live around normfags and regular working class people.
>>18778 AFAIK it doesn't care about anonymity or anti-censorship. It's only about decentralization. >>18784 >IPFS They implemented censorship already.
We already have i2p where all pirates should move for now (it allows for anonymous torrents), it's also a nice place for sites. But sites there are still centralized, so it'd be ideal to re-implement some ideas from freenet, which is conceptually fucking awesome when you think about it, it is as censorship-resistant as it gets and it allows for plausible deniability, it needs no servers for sites of course.
I only have my anti-spam collection, which is about 50 to 60 pics of cute (but not pornographic) girls. I only use these if the faggot tranny spammer starts flooding the front page with his CRAP. But here is one.
Does anybody tried to grow mealworms as their own food? I want to buy some mealworms, make them breed and then gather them and eat (after frying). Will mealworm protein be cheaper then protein from animal meat?
That sounds very interesting, Anon. I've never tried growing and eating mealworms but I am hoping that you do this and post high res video of you smashing your first heaping mouthful against the roof of your mouth with your tongue and squishing them between your teeth until they pop. I cannot imagine anything more fappable than the subtle expressions of fear and disgust that are going to cross your face as you do this. Please please please doo eeeet!!!
>>18750 Koreans sell dried and spices silkworms and mealworms in cans. I tried putting them in a soup and they got really moist and chewy. I am afraid of weird diseases and parasites Anglos haven't developed immunity to, so I think I'll avoid anymore weird Asian food that isn't beef, pork or chicken.
Bugs may have some protein but not as much as meat, anyone who tells you so is full of shit. Go ahead and eat bugs if you want, but you'll have to eat TONS to get the protein your body desires. As far as nutrients and vitamins typically very little. And boiling them will deplete any nutrients and vitamins.
If you hate meat (I'm guessing OP does because its trendy to hate meat now days) then I'd recommend eating plenty of eggs (preferably sunnyside up). If you want full beneficial health, blend the eggs up and drink them down raw (make sure your getting fresh organic free-range eggs if you do this to avoid the risk of salmonella which typically come from mass produced eggs).
They're only digging themselves into a corner and further dividing up the internet which, in the end, will be better anyway. Who needs a few tech monopolies running all the platforms? I still use old P2P clients and they are some of the most resourceful, reliable sharing/social networks on the web. $0 in the stock market value. $TRILLIONS worth of media shared every month. Get what I'm saying? We don't need tech companies like Google or Facebook. The joke is on them.
I really hope these big tech companies crash on Trump's watch because there would be NO bailouts for these assholes especially after the way they pissed him and his supporters off by censoring their platforms.
I've never used this service and never will. Not only does this platform spy and collect data on users (including any medical info and bank account information they can get their greedy hands on), they also sell personal data to other 3rd parties. They do censor certain users too. To quote what Mr. Zuckerberg said about his own user base years ago, "They trust me. Dumb fucks."
>>18364 Reading up on this HUD lawsuit and it is interesting btw. This is yet ANOTHER reason people should be ditching social media platforms like Facebook. Who really wants their landlords or employers being able to dig up all their online history and personal info? Who wants a future where the people in charge can find out everything about you and use it against you in some way? Fuck that dystopia, seriously.
I laugh though because no matter how much they hate it, at least they can't con everyone into joining their platforms. That must drive the control freaks stir crazy when they can't find dirt on someone lol.
The downside is you have to register to most these alternatives, but you can always use an alias and create a temporary anonymous email @ cock.li or protonmail.com to register. Disregard shills who keep saying everything is "not good enough", nothing will ever be "good enough" for most of them. Its time to utilize alternatives. Either that or don't bother using any platform at all.
The more people they censor the more people will abandon their platforms and seek alternatives. I don't have any Youtube account, but I do have accounts on other alternative platforms. I simply rip all the good videos from Youtube and post them to the alternatives. I even have banned videos that I simply post elsewhere and they get views. There is no stopping this tide now. With long-term censorship and abuse of their own users they will inevitably lose a large base. Only a matter of time. Meanwhile, we'll just push 'em aside and spit in their direction.
>>18725 oh wow, I didn't know any mainstream radio people had him picked up, I thought he was all grassroots internet sort of phenomenon. That's why I was very surprised to find out he only had like 2 million subscribers on youtube (before the shoah obviously) which is a somewhat substantial number but not for the following I noticed that he had. It would make sense though if he's on the regular radio more normie boomers would be tuned into that during the day.
>>18726 Oh yah, he's all over the airwaves especially in the flyover states. Then you got Hagmann and Hagmann which is a conservative radio show with over 1 million listeners and they talk about Alex Jones sometimes, and even have him as a call-in guest once in a while. So he gets attention from them as well.
I don't agree with Alex on everything but God bless him for waking a lot of people up and shaking them out of their coma, at least give him credit where it is due. /pol/ tends to be right about the fact Alex doesn't touch the Zionist subject and I have a feeling he was blackmailed because he used to talk about it many years ago, then suddenly shut up about that topic. Won't get into the nasty details about what popped up on his iphone that one time but this is serious evidence he might be a blackmailed degenerate and you best believe Mossad could have dirt on him.
"In 2015, after Leonard Pozner, whose son Noah died at Sandy Hook, got one of Mr. Jones’ Sandy Hook hoax broadcasts removed from YouTube, Mr. Jones showed viewers Mr. Pozner’s personal information, and maps to addresses associated with his family, according to court documents."
it's long past time to turn that doxxing penis-pill fucktard off
>>18741 Alex should really just stick with interviewing guests. I actually do listen to some of the interviews because he asks good questions, and some of his guests are pretty intelligent. Its when he rants and raves for an hour I end up tuning out because I just don't like hearing grown men complain so much.
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