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Discord #Drugs Channel Now Open

Cooking is Indeed Bourgeois

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- Sun, 03 Nov 2019 19:33:10 EST cj0XroRI No.4919745
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It takes a lot of extra time, and if you have extra time to cook then you don't even need to work that much to live, which is a characteristic of the bourgeois
It requires additional tools that may or may not be very expensive
It often requires additional expensive kitchen electronics
it requires practice, and if you have time to practice cooking you're bourgeois

When was the last time you've seen homeless people use their carefuly sharpened damascus steel knives to cut their steak and then cook it on their Whirlpool™?
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Lt. Cmdr. Jack Crusher - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 04:33:55 EST JAabUWi9 No.4923590 Reply
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>>4923481
>>4923475
Australopithecus primarily ate grass/sedges/nuts and everything after was omnivorous.
https://www.pnas.org/content/110/26/10495
https://pages.vassar.edu/realarchaeology/2017/02/26/diet-of-australopithecus-afarensis/
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2650119/
https://www.pnas.org/content/97/25/13506
The "ancient humans are frugivores" thing comes from looking at chimpanzees not at ancient hominins.
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El Zorro - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 05:43:10 EST RKOZfxbo No.4923606 Reply
>>4923590
I meant that hominids evolved from frugivore primates when we still lived in trees. Once we got to the ground, and the grassy plains after the climate changed, yeah, lots of grasses were eaten I'm sure.
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DavidBlatherfield.svg - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 06:51:32 EST 93Lw/LaG No.4923626 Reply
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Got roofied/experimented on with government mkultra forget drugs to get financially dateraped. Forgot what I own/earn/pay in taxes or even do for a living. Eat at pay-what-you-can lentil place in college suburb. There may or may not be hippies there who somehow must think I'm some kind of billionaire, and are scowling at me for abusing the eat for free if you're poor system but I really can't know it. I really feel like I don't stand out. Maybe Bill Gates was never a bajillionaire and he just irked some hippie at a pay-what-you-can lentil place.

thank you

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- Fri, 15 Nov 2019 06:23:45 EST UxBmtlz1 No.4923614
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>Adult video dump of all tastes / Daily updated. Always refreshing tubes...


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http://dx.ua/Cm2RH

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http://dx.ua/pTBgO



ALSO SEXY ASS THREAD
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I question your literacy

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- Fri, 15 Nov 2019 01:53:53 EST 7NEjujhX No.4923572
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How often do you read scientific journals? Do you personally peer review studies to make sure they were meticulously conducted? Have you gone through the math to personally verify the results predicted by the theories of quantum physics or general relativity, or any other for that matter? If not then your beliefs are based on faith and you simply lack the curiosity to verify them beyond the words of figures of authority. That's fine, not everyone has to be a philosopher who burdens themselves with unnecessary questions, but please don't pretend you're holding some kind of intellectual higher ground for having faith in one particular group of white robed sages over any other. "Scientists" are just as human as any pastor or reverend or pope and are just as capable of lying to empower themselves or of making genuine mistakes in their pursuits of truth
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El Zorro - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 06:29:13 EST RKOZfxbo No.4923617 Reply
>>4923612
>your blatant attempts to manufacture a consensus opinion for your customers is divorced from reality

I misread this and found the problem:

>your blatant attempts to manufacture a consensus PRODUCT for your customers is divorced from reality

You will never make everyone happy and satisfied from a single product, there will be people that love it and people that hate it. I think trying to appeal to the general public, as the recommended modality of product design, is a strange road to walk down. I always thought stuff like those fully customizable nikes was the future of all products, you buy something tailored for you. Better if after you order it it is handmade. Longer manufacturing times would be needed, but I think that would help quell the addiction of hyperproductivity our civilization seems to have a knack for.
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Keith Cholewinski - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 06:36:38 EST e7M2QMAA No.4923621 Reply
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>>4923599

> gasses

I don't think you're powerful enough to talk to about gas without being drowned out by Blue Velvet memories.

Will you at least admit that gas is an integral part of that movie?
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Super Nerd Eliza - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 06:42:40 EST YBmY4GHW No.4923624 Reply
>>4923612
>disgusting and emblematic of the rot in our society when you buy enough reviews so your critic rating is a strong 8 to a light 9
LMAO calm yourself. Words have meaning and power. Reserve this kind of furious discontent for issues that don't involve your consumption of media. Consume less. Turn off the TV.

Budget

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- Thu, 07 Nov 2019 01:59:17 EST JQGu5aQ9 No.4920889
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Keep to a Budget ~ Could you do it?
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EdwinClayhood.xlt - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 02:16:14 EST clodDDoN No.4923576 Reply
All the gold in Fort Knox!
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Martín Berasategui - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 02:28:13 EST NvDgFZ0Y No.4923579 Reply
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>>4923568
What could it matter, who's skin is actually even close in color to gold? Now, bronze on the other hand...
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DavidBlatherfield.svg - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 05:53:18 EST 93Lw/LaG No.4923611 Reply
I'll say yes to get the position and status and pay, and then totally mismanage and fuck shit up entirely out of hubris.

Throwbacks

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- Thu, 14 Nov 2019 21:08:05 EST 0KCNs8qo No.4923504
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Anybody remember totse/zoklet?
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JamesFecklefield.rtf - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 05:23:58 EST nJkrco7e No.4923600 Reply
>>4923566
lets start a war. start a nuclear war on the /ga/ board /ga/ board /ga/ board
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Martín Berasategui - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 05:34:43 EST NvDgFZ0Y No.4923602 Reply
>>4923600
Which kind of /ga/ group are you talking of, one based on the current porn focussed /ga/, or one based on the old everything related, conversation, pornographic comics and so on /ga/?
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Andrew Ryan - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 05:51:37 EST zAxkgOVR No.4923610 Reply
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i mean i dont, but a quick search of the term found me here:
https://niggasin.space/

buncha old crackpots with odd githubs and stupid ideas about pipes

Is the trend getting worse?

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- Thu, 14 Nov 2019 01:46:07 EST clodDDoN No.4923258
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Trend of any system is to chaos.
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El Zorro - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 05:36:06 EST RKOZfxbo No.4923603 Reply
>>4923258
>>4923262
I don't get why people still think "entropy" basically means "everything runs down and gets dirty and gross and broken eventually". It's sort of a false definition that just gained traction.

A glass box full of highly energized (hot) air molecules would have a high entropy, the air molecules are bouncing around like mad, and are harder to predict than a box of cold air where the molecules are just basically sitting there. It may be more "chaotic" on a human level, but is it actually "disorderly"? I wouldn't think so, order is a human construct, thus seems fallacious to define entropy in terms of order or disorder. Entropy instead seems to mean something like "the amount of choices of movement an object or system can take". So, a car has higher entropy than a very regular train.

Even with this definition, I can't agree with OP's statement: The trend of any system is chaos. Well, have you ever looked at the evolution of life on Earth, or cosmological evolution into atoms, stars and planets? These seem to be "orderings of complex systems", and could only really be deemed "chaotic" if you look at the more realistic definition of entropy, as in, well, at the start of the universe you could say "the quantum foam is only really doing this and this, thus order" and now it's "well humans have evolved on earth and they want to go to the moon and mars but maybe they will maybe they won't and also they may destroy the planet lol" ok, there's a bit of unpredictability there, but it is still a more complex system than at the start if the universe, and if you take the well known definition of entropy, the evolution of life and planets and stars and the development of technology all seem to throw this old definition out the window.

Systems don't tend towards chaos, they tend towards energetic equilibrium, they actually TEND towards lower energy states, so, states with very little "disorder" and "chaos".

So, is your table gathering dust, is that chaos? IS that disorder? The dust fall is natural, your definition of an orderly table is one without a layer of dust. You can't define scientific laws based on human preference. You really shouldn't.

Now, That same table, it will eventually get so old that someone will throw it away, or maybe it gets so old it just falls apart. Ok, I guess that is a bit of chaos and unpredictability, where exactly the molecules of the table will go from there. I can agree that the "death" of an object or person seems to be the best indicator of the concept of entropy, but this only really can be used when you look at an individual [object or system]. The greater system as a whole it is embedded within, seems to be trending towards evolutionary complexity, whether that is the universe or the tree of life or the evolution of technology.

For further reading, I suggest my favorite sci-fi shot story, by Isaac Asimov. It's about entropy: https://www.multivax.com/last_question.html
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Rival Walter - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 05:47:21 EST HFHUv8bS No.4923608 Reply
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>>4923603

This book is a good read for anybody interested in this topic. Kauffman does a fairly good job of explaining the tendency of closed systems towards order, in such a way as to hypothesize that this tendency is just as much a natural part of any system as is gravity or friction. This hypothesized order explains everything from biological evolution to fluid dynamics, and permeates all known reaches of the universe.

Does anyone have any thoughts or feelings?

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- Fri, 08 Nov 2019 07:41:02 EST ksdn20D5 No.4921301
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I'm sure we all do. Are there any you want to express? I don't really.
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DavidBlatherfield.svg - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 05:37:33 EST 93Lw/LaG No.4923604 Reply
Being the pimp pussy slayer that I am I'm all about thots and fillings, filling thots, thanking bout thots and how I wanna fill em.
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Andrew Ryan - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 05:41:59 EST zAxkgOVR No.4923605 Reply
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>>4923601
ah yes but the plural of "datass" is "demasses"

>and your booty aint rockin errywher

HUMBLE THREAD

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- Fri, 15 Nov 2019 04:24:27 EST BZRCn8hc No.4923587
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I am a humble boy, I like my game and I like my snacks and I like a nice clean chat. I don't have a lot else going on in my life, so please be kind - NO TROLLING, I don't deserve it, I'm a good boy and I'm really smart and well-informed! And don't talk about stuff outside, the world is confusing and scary!
Let's just focus on simple things for humble people.
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DavidBlatherfield.svg - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 04:56:07 EST 93Lw/LaG No.4923593 Reply
Hummel figurine, 5.6” ht., 317, TMK 2, Full Bee, “Not For You,” Prototype, Master Sample, signed FK 9/56. Sold for $1,260 via The Stein Auction Company (October 2013).
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Eddie Edwards - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 04:57:41 EST SrJzEMNI No.4923594 Reply
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Good for you humble boy!!! You may be humble but you dont drive a sweet car like mine!!!
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Swimmer♂ Phyllis - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 04:58:21 EST rweoz8US No.4923595 Reply
People keep telling me there are no dogs on the internet but i really doubt it.

Damn

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- Tue, 12 Nov 2019 17:03:38 EST K2gc4tIg No.4922719
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I've missed you guys. That is all

This is the first thread I've made in ten years

SLAYER

nb
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Galileo Galilei - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 01:41:27 EST YxF3sYrA No.4923570 Reply
woah guys this is my fucking birthday and I didn't ask for some boring metadiscussion on a dying series of tubesharks

is the brazilian pox still upon us?

is drworm still hip & relevent?

is epsteins frozen dick really in a box somewhere like in the end of that indiana jones movie?

is pacific rim a good sequal to end of evangelion?

what happens when you die alone?

will we ever burn that pagan yuletide goat idol again?

if dog was asleep, and we're a fragmented consciousness huddling in the depth of space then who was dog?

what would happen if society scientifically & mathematically confirmed we didn't have free will, would we just look awkwardly to the left like the monkey puppet & act like nothing happened?
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Keith Cholewinski - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 04:31:15 EST e7M2QMAA No.4923589 Reply
>>4923570

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Depends. I strongly believe all human deaths should be supervised, just because supervision ensures 100% success rate. With unsupervised death, there is a non-zero chance your death will be sub-par.

Yes

Her name is Chrysalus

If free will didnt exist I would still pretend it did because I think it's a neat idea.
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El Zorro - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 05:49:56 EST RKOZfxbo No.4923609 Reply
>>4923570
>what would happen if society scientifically & mathematically confirmed we didn't have free will, would we just look awkwardly to the left like the monkey puppet & act like nothing happened?

That would be the point where we started the journey to make free will a reality.

Alternatively, what do you think would happen if society scientifically & mathematically confirmed we DID have free will, would we just look awkwardly to the right like the monkey puppet & act like nothing happened? How many people would actually take responsibility for their lives and achieve their dreams?

https://psychcentral.com/news/2017/01/25/belief-in-free-will-linked-to-greater-happiness/115573.html

The existence of free will is the subject of debate among psychologists, neuroscientists, and philosophers. The argument against free will is that each decision we make is completely influenced by our previous life experiences. In other words, this theory states that when we are given a certain choice, our experiences will trigger us to respond in a certain way — which is actually not a free choice.

So why might believing in free will make someone feel happier? Perhaps such a belief increases levels of perceived autonomy and helps to facilitate self-control and deliberate effort to achieve goals, leading to successful outcomes.

In fact, previous studies with Western participants have found that a belief in free will is tied to increased happiness, better work performance and academic achievements, and fewer negative behaviors such as cheating. In contrast, in studies where Western participants were given information that discouraged a belief in free will, researchers saw an increase in cheating behavior, aggression, and decreased self-control.

For the new study, the researchers wanted to determine whether a belief in free will can impact levels of happiness in Chinese people. They asked Chinese teenagers a series of questions about their own beliefs in free will as well as their own levels of happiness.

They found that 85 percent of the Chinese teenagers expressed a belief in free will, and that this belief was positively correlated with happiness. This suggests that believing in free will may have a beneficial effect on happiness, regardless of individualistic or collectivistic cultural influences.

But even though they found a correlation between believing in free will and greater happiness, the study does not indicate a direct causal effect. Next, the researchers plan to investigate if a belief in free will directly causes happiness in the Chinese population. These studies will involve assessing behavior in people whose beliefs have changed regarding free will.

“We are currently conducting investigations on the potential for causality between these two variables,” said Dr. Jingguang Li, professor at Dali University. “We plan to change participants’ belief in free will in the laboratory by exposing them to materials that either support or disprove the existence of free will, and then observe whether their happiness levels change.”

Mofuckin bootleg firework shit

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- Fri, 15 Nov 2019 00:40:45 EST Q4/kqVE1 No.4923558
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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PriscillaClopperwill.bin - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 00:44:57 EST IiSIjjvW No.4923559 Reply
>>4923558

>Because he dared to dream, and never stopped believing

Godspeed Alien-man!

Does 420chan have any memes?

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- Wed, 13 Nov 2019 20:28:51 EST y8h8bUOw No.4923172
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i am new here
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Pherson O'Rallie - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 02:20:40 EST nArjsrgJ No.4923578 Reply
>>4923425
You could do it any time a football game was on and your neighbors wouldnt care

I give you...

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- Thu, 14 Nov 2019 03:39:25 EST clodDDoN No.4923278
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Crab
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can you feel it

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- Thu, 14 Nov 2019 23:35:11 EST BNusaM3T No.4923540
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MUST BE SOMETHING IN THE AIR
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Ortvatistadon - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 00:07:34 EST vH07cCUX No.4923556 Reply
>>4923554
they show me the japs
so i turn and look away
they will keep posting

Big money maker

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- Thu, 14 Nov 2019 16:42:43 EST U4jFhYzV No.4923444
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I am weak as fuck from a crippling meth addiction a few years back, which has left me very weak. I'm 6'2 and weigh only 170lbs and my max bench rught now is only 150.. I'm dead set on getting me a job making a lot of money before my 29th birthday, which is 11 months from now. I don't have any drug addiction mow except a little Kratom. Does anyone here know of any jobs that make as much as oil riggers, pipeliners? I know trucking makes a lot, but afaik pipelining sounds the most lucrative and also is apparently less physical than rigging so I'm planning to do that. If I hit the gym hard for 7 more months, so 8 total I should be fine on the pipeline right?
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Rashad Evans - Thu, 14 Nov 2019 20:45:02 EST ASCeUci4 No.4923497 Reply
going to the gym will not prepare you for working 10, 12 or 14 hour days brudder
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Hikaru Sulu - Thu, 14 Nov 2019 23:55:50 EST YZddQqo4 No.4923549 Reply
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I'm 6'4" and I only weigh 150. I can easily lift more than my body weight and carry it. I've done steel roofing and I was the guy carrying everything up the ladder every day. That's bundles of 2x4s, bundles of steel shingles, cases of water, whatever the guys up there needed. All day up and down multiple stories on a ladder, with 100lbs across my shoulders while I climb with one hand. I didn't work out and I subsisted mostly on whiskey and pizza. Point is, if my skinny ass can do it, so can you.

Get that "I'm weak" shit out of your head. Your body weight doesn't matter as long as you're healthy. You're a healthy body weight. You're a big person. You have leverage and as long as you can lift 100 lbs without a problem you're in good enough shape for construction/pipelining/roofing/whatever. Not every tall person is supposed to weigh 220. If you need more weight for the work, you'll gain the weight from the work. Maybe work on cardio if you lack stamina, but honestly weight lifting is for looking good. Not for working good.

You should be fine on the pipeline now, unless you're the sort of person who doesn't walk enough. Yeah, it's hard work, but as long as you're not a complete bag of shit right now you'll be okay. 7 or 8 months more pay will be better for you. That way the company basically pays you to work out. And that way you stop procrastinating.

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