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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated April 10)
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Creaton Jiveturkey - Thu, 16 May 2019 08:35:35 EST ID:HdxVeFF8 No.4851264
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Should people with enough money to buy a house with a ceiling pool have their wealth confiscated?
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Gregory Quinn - Thu, 16 May 2019 08:42:38 EST ID:utoiCvkb No.4851265 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851264
why though? where would the wealth go? to governments that are corrupt and will misspend or just steal the money?
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Creaton Jiveturkey - Thu, 16 May 2019 08:54:35 EST ID:HdxVeFF8 No.4851267 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851265
Education, healthcare, lots of things. Not all gubments are corrupt. And do you think that it's possible to make this kind of money without abusing and scamming other people?
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Lorna Mushcunt - Thu, 16 May 2019 09:45:49 EST ID:jf+M45j5 No.4851279 Ignore Report Reply
What is it with people these days obsessed with "confiscating" stuff from people they don't like?

Face it, we're never gonna live in your anarcho-communist fantasy where everyone acts like they're in mad max.

And also maybe there's some stuff of yours that I should confiscate from you. Like your computer. Yours is probably better than mine and you probably obtained it unethically. So hand it over, punk, before I bash your skull in.
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Guy - Thu, 16 May 2019 09:48:09 EST ID:AEy2zMPJ No.4851280 Ignore Report Reply
Commies with mobile phones and computers worrying about distribution of wealth
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Angus Crammerchotch - Thu, 16 May 2019 09:50:01 EST ID:nJkrco7e No.4851281 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851265
confiscate it from them too
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Angus Crammerchotch - Thu, 16 May 2019 09:50:44 EST ID:nJkrco7e No.4851282 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851279
mad max is more like feudalism though
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Ensign Herbert - Thu, 16 May 2019 10:08:49 EST ID:w3/BkVun No.4851285 Ignore Report Reply
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I'll jump on the bandwagon and say we should confiscate computers / smarthphones of people who only use them to watch porn and watch youtube. Connect them all together and sacrifice the computing power to NJ.

What the hell do you think you're doing buying computers with more than 4GB RAM when people are starving? Who the hell do you think you are?
The rest of us are posting from the library, what the fuck do you think you're doing not commuting your cyber traffic? You self centered fucker.
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Ebenezer Sezzlekere - Thu, 16 May 2019 10:16:38 EST ID:xIvA5Qzu No.4851287 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851265
Convert everything into cash and put it in a giant warehouse like Scrooge McDuck has.
Whenever someone needs money for like weed or something they can go and take the amount they need.
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Antony Hewish - Thu, 16 May 2019 10:41:43 EST ID:FwKGX+22 No.4851289 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851264
no, for three reasons. first, while some taxation is justifiable taking everything is undeniably theft. second, as long as there is even one non communist country on the planet, every rich person who can will move there with as much of their wealth as they can take. finally, the money would ultimately go to the government (and yes, ancom morons, wealth confiscation and redistribution on that scale would require some form of it, even if you don't call it that), and the chances of a corrupt socialist government actually spending that money on their people are low at best, especially if they have the power to kill or otherwise silence political opposition. maybe instead of fantasizing about wealth being stolen which you will never receive, focus on improving your own life.
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Vera Rubiin - Thu, 16 May 2019 11:17:19 EST ID:jEE//nhb No.4851292 Ignore Report Reply
You people should confiscate stuff from the stores, not from the people who bought it with their own money.
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Chris Masters - Thu, 16 May 2019 11:27:17 EST ID:wMER6U+B No.4851296 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851267
where that house ?
I wanna throw rocks
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Angus Crammerchotch - Thu, 16 May 2019 11:38:23 EST ID:nJkrco7e No.4851300 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851296
In an area dubbed the Portuguese Riviera, the coastal town of Cascais is where one can find The Wall House,
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Antony Hewish - Thu, 16 May 2019 11:52:19 EST ID:FwKGX+22 No.4851302 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851296
>the only good fascist is a dead one
shit like this is exactly what I'm talking about. leftists consider anyone who opposes socialism "fascist", even when they're the exact opposite. all a Western socialist government would need to do in order to justify censoring, imprisoning or even executing political opposition is call them "fascist" or "racist" and you lot would react with glee, even though the person in question just objects to starving while Dear Leader eats Wagyu steak in his 9th armored Mercedes.
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John Handstands - Thu, 16 May 2019 11:55:50 EST ID:FkEbCRDW No.4851303 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851292
You know who that ends up negatively effecting?

The consumers.

The corporations just raise prices if they need to. don’t think they’ll be taking an actual loss though, they just pass that on to the consumer via increased prices and their net profit stays the same, while we the consumers suffer for your actions.

Thanks guy
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Mog - Thu, 16 May 2019 12:05:53 EST ID:IAiC9kI1 No.4851306 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851264
Yes.

Anyone who willingly gives up the chance for better healthcare, education and infrastructure for themselves so that someone else (as in, not anyone posting here) can keep their ceiling pools and yachts is a stallion of the highest order.
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ElizaDudgefuck.pps - Thu, 16 May 2019 12:07:30 EST ID:ZoNRzXWT No.4851307 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851303
Yes, they'd otherwise price it so that they only make a modest profit, keep telling yourself that. Go on and tell us what sorts of other big entities function just like some sort of benign if not full-on-benevolent gods.
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John Handstands - Thu, 16 May 2019 12:23:11 EST ID:FkEbCRDW No.4851309 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851307
Im not saying they play fair nor am I on their side. All I’m saying is that stealing from them is shoveling coals onto our own heads. It’s not effecting them negatively, it’s effecting us negatively.
Steal if you want, but don’t pretend it’s somehow moral and justified because of their corrupt actions, because in reality it’s doing nothing to stop them and is in fact hurting us. You’re literally stealing from your own collective pocket as the consumer base.

If you really care about how corrupt they are, do something about it that actually targets the corporation effectively. You won’t though, because despite how you try to spin it, this is really just about taking shit you didn’t earn from working peoples pocket as usual, right?


Bernie Sanders has 3 lavish homes and millions of dollars, when is it going to be seized by the mob huh? Of it he safe because he claims to be on your side?
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PhineasFancocke.cbt - Thu, 16 May 2019 12:29:50 EST ID:VI/GOVMh No.4851310 Ignore Report Reply
Left Wing/Right Wing doesnt matter, you are all idiots for wanting a government in the first place.
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John Handstands - Thu, 16 May 2019 12:31:36 EST ID:FkEbCRDW No.4851311 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851309
And no, if you understood how it works you’d know that I’m not saying they’d price it lower and just make less, they’d make the same amount in net profits, because they base prices to make a certain amount of profit, and if for example they know that people steal X amount of goods on average, they’ll raise the prices so that they don’t feel the weight of that loss, you do when you actually buy something. Losses from stealing are just a known operating cost that is calculated directly into their pricing.
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Bob Crinklebutt - Thu, 16 May 2019 12:55:11 EST ID:LU5CHL5U No.4851312 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851309
I want to fuck A.O.C in the A.S.S.
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Chris Masters - Thu, 16 May 2019 12:57:53 EST ID:wMER6U+B No.4851313 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851302
  1. total strawman
  2. Every time righties see even the slightest leaning to the left they will start screaming bout socialism, communism, marxism and stalin. Like they even think sweden or france is socialist now and that if they go there they will either end up in a gulag or raped by brown-skinned asylum seekers and taken to Syria or some shit.
  3. when talking about actual fascists - how can you disagree that they are only good if their dead unless you are one yourself
yay,
>polthread
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ElizaDudgefuck.pps - Thu, 16 May 2019 13:00:53 EST ID:ZoNRzXWT No.4851314 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851309
What the fuck are you huffing to get get that deranged "we're all in this together as brotherly consumers" horseshit in your head? Gasoline subsidized by bankruptive foreign wars?

Fuck your ideological horseshit, people do brazen things for the sake of establishing that they can do something they're not supposed to, that's that, it's not some fucking profound crime against consumerist society. They're not overhandedly helping themselves to money from you like fat fucks becoming fat fucks and then needing medical care, which they assure for themselves by voting for it, or at times by being egged on by corporations chanting to them "low fat, loaw fat, this is low fat, gobble it worry free, cause it's low fat!

If various people actually were successfully intimidated from stealing, then instead for excitement they'd do speedballs, and then they'd end up actually stealing things to pay for that, then they'd be making sure that this ends up "effecting us negatively".

>If you really care about how corrupt they are, do something about it that actually targets the corporation effectively.

I did, I got involved in a social purpose group for a long time. And some old fuck had to be barging in there, running his mouth with the volume set to 11, blatantly out to shove the corporate way into a non-profit, and people were getting behind him, and he was purposely out to fuck with me more than anyone else.
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Guy - Thu, 16 May 2019 13:03:47 EST ID:AEy2zMPJ No.4851315 Ignore Report Reply
Everybody posting in this thread is in the top 30% of wealth in the world.

You don't know what poverty looks like, and attacking the obscenely rich individuals and their styles of living will do nothing to improve the distribution of wealth.

Fuck its as though none of you have ever even read Marx.
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Lorna Mushcunt - Thu, 16 May 2019 13:06:37 EST ID:jf+M45j5 No.4851319 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851315

White boy woke olympics
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Guy - Thu, 16 May 2019 13:09:39 EST ID:AEy2zMPJ No.4851323 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851319

I work out while you masturbate to mr hands
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Lorna Mushcunt - Thu, 16 May 2019 13:12:58 EST ID:jf+M45j5 No.4851326 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851323

Who says you can't work out and masturbate at the same time?
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Guy - Thu, 16 May 2019 13:13:58 EST ID:AEy2zMPJ No.4851327 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851326

Kegels, squats and oats.

Next time I'm competing in the woke olympics, I hope you're running beside me.
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Chris Masters - Thu, 16 May 2019 13:17:08 EST ID:wMER6U+B No.4851328 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851315
>>4851319
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John Handstands - Thu, 16 May 2019 13:18:51 EST ID:FkEbCRDW No.4851329 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851314
Wow you really took that in an odd direction. I’m just telling it like it is in the business sense, for all the kids who like to play their bullshit about how “yeah I’m sticking it to the man by stealing from big corporations!”. If you are stealing for a rush or just because of “gibmedats”, then I’m not even talking about you because at least those people tend to realize it’s immoral instead of playing on some fantasy of tearing down the system by stealing cough syrups from a fuckin Walmart.

Have fun with your angsty teenage rebellion I guess.


>>4851312
I would fuck her too, just look at the ivory on this sucker
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ElizaDudgefuck.pps - Thu, 16 May 2019 13:19:09 EST ID:ZoNRzXWT No.4851331 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851315
I'm easily in the top 30% in various ways.

Marx's people crave to kill me.

Fuck off, your shit isn't even relevant, no one actually is trying to resolve anything around it, you're just like some snobby christian, sufi or buddhist wallowing in their "ideological purity".
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Guy - Thu, 16 May 2019 13:27:50 EST ID:AEy2zMPJ No.4851335 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851331

Let me make it a bit more simple since the term Marx seems to confuse and upset people.

Rich people, argue that very rich people are the problem.
Poor people do not argue anything or discuss because they are busy working or surviving or getting drunk, high, watching TV, ignoring their lives.

Nobody is to blame. The way to improve society is not to tear down the wealthy, but to improve the base line existence of the poor.

tl;dr the pool isn't the problem. It is a symptom of a much bigger problem.

How many hours have you volunteered educating people on vocational skills. How much of your income do you dedicate to community projects?

Didn't think so, but it is easier to blame somebody with more than you, than to help somebody with less.
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ElizaDudgefuck.pps - Thu, 16 May 2019 13:41:30 EST ID:ZoNRzXWT No.4851339 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851329
Wow, now you're just openly whining about refusal to stick to "all thems suh-weet partisan shouting points". You virtue signalling twit.

Wake up, you're living in a communist world. Governments bend over backwards to keep corporations sustained, their one purpose is catering to mitt-romney's-definition-of-people's needs. And they have their institutions straining to process everyone into things that churn out "from everyone according to their abilities" for corporate purposes.

But you like that, anything that isn't a celebration of some great unity is "angsty teenage rebellion" to you. Twit.
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ElizaDudgefuck.pps - Thu, 16 May 2019 13:45:28 EST ID:ZoNRzXWT No.4851340 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851335
>How many hours have you volunteered educating people on vocational skills.

Far too fucking much! Enough that it made me literally crave to kill people!
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John Handstands - Thu, 16 May 2019 13:49:09 EST ID:FkEbCRDW No.4851341 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851339
Lol I don’t even know what to say man you’re just spinning in circles of teen angst
and butthurt over the fact that I don’t think you deserve the shit I worked for while you sat at home eating corn dogs and trying to get rich on Instagram

It might help if you get a job
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Chris Masters - Thu, 16 May 2019 13:50:13 EST ID:wMER6U+B No.4851342 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851335
>it is easier to blame somebody with more than you, than to help somebody with less.
if you're trying to explain Marx you're doing it wrong, ok?
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Angus Crammerchotch - Thu, 16 May 2019 13:50:31 EST ID:nJkrco7e No.4851343 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851341
that's a lot of boomer facebook memes you've got there lad
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ElizaDudgefuck.pps - Thu, 16 May 2019 13:56:40 EST ID:ZoNRzXWT No.4851345 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851264
>>4851306
>>4851335
Damn straight the pool isn't the problem, it's a solution. Commies can begrudgingly note that it's a cool thing, so when they "confiscate" it and turn it into a public place, it's actually a useful thing. Much less destructive that the concrete biped pens they'd otherwise churn out. That's commies, they need to steal because they have nothing in their heads, and if they had "mere" resources, they wouldn't have a clue how to deploy them.
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Guy - Thu, 16 May 2019 13:57:45 EST ID:AEy2zMPJ No.4851346 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851340
Preach,

>>4851342
I ain't doing anything for you my dude. You've got it figured out. Have a great day,
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John Handstands - Thu, 16 May 2019 14:02:47 EST ID:FkEbCRDW No.4851348 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851343
I got all kinds, the World Wide Web has loads of them!
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Blue Demon - Thu, 16 May 2019 14:05:34 EST ID:ZcPUJoQm No.4851349 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851313
>if they go there they will either end up in a gulag or raped by brown-skinned asylum seekers and taken to Syria or some shit
I don't think this, I just know that these people are paying an asinine amount of taxes while their government officials basically sit on golden thrones.
I don't understand why we can't all just agree to disagree though. Why can't we have places where people are forced to provide for themselves and places where everything is provided by the government? People want what they want, no matter what someone is going to be unhappy in any given government system.
This is why an emphasis should be placed on individual states rights in the USA.
You want guns and stand your ground laws in California? Go fuck yourself.
You want public healthcare and legal abortions in Texas? Go fuck yourself.
People should have the right to decide how they are governed. The best possible way to do this is to have a federal government responsible for ensuring people's basic human rights are upheld (note I said basic human rights, this doesn't include rights to healthcare or firearms) then have individual constitutions written in each individual state that ranges from complete gun toting redneck states to complete commie you have the workers unions and shit states. Then just have everyone be able to migrate where they feel their views are best represented. If somebody bitches about the government they live in then ship them off to where they will be happy.
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ElizaDudgefuck.pps - Thu, 16 May 2019 14:13:00 EST ID:ZoNRzXWT No.4851351 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851348
Wow, get a load of what an accomplisher you are!
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John Handstands - Thu, 16 May 2019 14:14:30 EST ID:FkEbCRDW No.4851353 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851351
Do you actually have something to say or are you just upset that you are getting called out for being a fake socialist parasite?
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Will o' The Wisp - Thu, 16 May 2019 14:21:58 EST ID:PSyx7sTQ No.4851354 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851353
Those were all agricultural disasters driven by state mismanagement.

Venezuela arguably as well since they pretty much annihilated small businesses and relied on oil prices for decades.

It's very important to keep your shit self-sustaining and that means autonomy and no cuntblasting them out of the market with economic pressures.
If you think America is ever going to go for that brand you're dumb as hell.

We even already have socialism in the form of farm subsidies that ensure our constant overproduction of food. (And overexportation, driving down the global prices of grain and such to the point where smaller countries become reliant and can't afford their own upkeep leaving them very, very open to exactly the kind of shit going on in Venezuela)

So chill the fuck out.>>4851353
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King Mo - Thu, 16 May 2019 14:28:27 EST ID:1Mbpo9X2 No.4851355 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851341
>I don’t think you deserve the shit I worked for
You obviously aren't rich enough to qualify for the level of wealth the OP was talking about. How deluded are you?
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ElizaDudgefuck.pps - Thu, 16 May 2019 14:31:11 EST ID:ZoNRzXWT No.4851356 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851353
Of course I do not have any constructive points to give out now, as it's been crystal clearly demonstrated that having done a whole lot of that already has only resulted in party-drones smelling "freakishness" and feeling empowered, ie. it's clearly been a mistake and been far more of a serious response than your ravings would normally invite. I don't know exactly what it is, it's likely that if I was reasonable, you'd assume that you must also somehow be acting reasonable to deserve someone being reasonable to you. So obviously I need to put effort into not "having something to say", although, whoops, I guess I'm failiing anyway.

How the fuck did you even end up here, are you reeling from 4skin/pol/ having turned on drumpf? You're literally too deaf, blatantly small minded, loudly deaf and proudly deaf for the boards that escalation boy posted his manifesto or whatever in.
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John Handstands - Thu, 16 May 2019 14:48:30 EST ID:FkEbCRDW No.4851357 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851356
Are you high on stims or what? you’re just rambling all over the place. Nice fallback onto “you must be from the future because you don’t think like a REAL 420chan /pol/ buzzword of the month!” though

>>4851355
Bernie Sanders is, so he should be stripped of his wealth right? Anyone who works hard should give it all to those who don’t work at all, that’s only fair!

>>4851354
I don’t agree with your excuses for why socialism has been a shitshow every time it has been fully implemented, but if that’s what you really believe then I don’t think we’ll be able to come to any agreement on what actually happened.

There are some socialist programs that I think are good socialized medicine and a healthy system for helping the impoverished get a step up. But not the full socialism AOC shit, the literal idea she proposed that people should be supported fully even if they just don’t want a job. Well there goes like 80% of millennials from the tax pool. How the fuck would that ever be sustainable?

Are you’re saying that if I have a dream to support myself and live comfortably and be able to afford to retire and be able to give a good inheritance to my kids, that then I’m somehow automatically an evil elite reptilian babyblood drinker who steps on the backs of the poor, and my house and all property should all be seized,?
The ideology of the fake US socialist youth is just rage and envy of people who want to sit around being “woke” on twitter and playing fort nite and updating their “eat the rich blog”, meanwhile millions of others in similar positions go out and actually get jobs and endure the struggle over working hard, and do make it and tell them to fuck off and get off their ass for once.
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CyrilClumblebanks.shtml - Thu, 16 May 2019 14:51:38 EST ID:Lpt5yMye No.4851358 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851357
>Anyone who works hard should give it all to those who don’t work at all, that’s only fair!
Hahah yeah give all the money to the robots and construction tools
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Charlotte Settingfield - Thu, 16 May 2019 15:04:15 EST ID:ECtbYkc7 No.4851371 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851358
That's a pretty dehumanizing way to refer to the general labor force, though I guess it captures the conservative attitude on income inequality.

You have to be a special sort of indoctrinated to think that Jeff Bezos works 200,000,000 times harder than you, and that his wealth is exclusively the product of his labor alone.
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Will o' The Wisp - Thu, 16 May 2019 15:08:54 EST ID:PSyx7sTQ No.4851375 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851357
>excuses

These aren't excuses. These are reasons, specific ones. Not overgeneralized ones like you keep spewing.
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Will o' The Wisp - Thu, 16 May 2019 15:10:25 EST ID:PSyx7sTQ No.4851377 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851357
>But not the full socialism AOC shit
The fact that you think AOC is full socialism is telling. What it is is an overbloated plan that shoehorns a bagillion disparate issues together just like every other overstuffed bill that's been ruining the country for half a century.
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Mona Sax - Thu, 16 May 2019 15:12:08 EST ID:di2U2CFB No.4851378 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851326
yeah honestly if you do it on your knees and strain really hard for 20 minutes it can feel like a decent work out
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Kindler Jarvis - Thu, 16 May 2019 15:14:39 EST ID:5yG7r+R/ No.4851379 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851371
maybe not 200,000,000 harder, maybe 200,000,000 smarter! There's a reason people become rich, and a lot of the time it's being smart and playing the muhfuggin game of life. Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, some of the richest men in the world came from comparatively humble backgrounds. They're rich because they understand how the world of business works, and there's nothing stopping other people from doing the same exact thing except their ignorance.

If you make money doing what someone else tells you, you are getting paid to be a tool. People intrinsically understand this, or there would be none of this identity crisis in the labor force. Whether people admit it is another issue.
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King Mo - Thu, 16 May 2019 15:26:43 EST ID:1Mbpo9X2 No.4851382 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851357
>just don't want a job
>80% of millennials
This is literally the kind of thing that whiny senile old people think.
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Charlotte Settingfield - Thu, 16 May 2019 15:46:13 EST ID:ECtbYkc7 No.4851385 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851379
Sounds like a new economic "game" should be designed, one that pursues the advancement of humanity.
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ElizaDudgefuck.pps - Thu, 16 May 2019 16:05:38 EST ID:ZoNRzXWT No.4851399 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851357
No, I said quite specifically why you don't even make the grade for the future or stormfront. Hence you'd probably be from the GNAA, or from the group that's all about asuring you how adequate you are, as you have a blatant MO of ignoring what is said to you, as in, you just go out of your way to ignore it. You behave just that level of glaringly obsessive.
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ThomasSanningpot.swf - Thu, 16 May 2019 16:08:28 EST ID:gEWOgUly No.4851400 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851382
It's because they dont understand the new economic situation because their parents left behind a massive amount of wealth and growth with easily attained jobs right out of high school without any bullshit unpaid internships and massive college debts for entry level jobs and they also had a ton of unions. We want jobs. We want the dignity to support ourselves. The current system has been absolutely gutted jn favor of the oligarchs since the 1980s.
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ThomasSanningpot.swf - Thu, 16 May 2019 16:10:50 EST ID:gEWOgUly No.4851401 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851357
>I am not a poltard
>proceeds to immediately post poltard lingo and poltard meme pics
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John Handstands - Thu, 16 May 2019 16:11:02 EST ID:FkEbCRDW No.4851402 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851399
I want to take you seriously man, I really do, but your posts just make me giggle.

Stay woke
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ElizaDudgefuck.pps - Thu, 16 May 2019 16:22:42 EST ID:ZoNRzXWT No.4851406 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851402
Where the fuck do you think you are? Care2? Linkedin? 'Murican renaissance? Anontalk? You have things fully ass-backwards with your ravenous thirst for showing off to everyone how explosively serious you are, you bloody nutcase.

Okay, fine, you're on pot, ludes, zoloft, paxil, and about half a dozen other things making you adept at giggling, Good for you.
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Yuri - Thu, 16 May 2019 16:36:13 EST ID:CahqI1lB No.4851407 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851406
>paxil
>zoloft
>giggling
Pick none of those and give me the quaaludes eliza
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John Handstands - Thu, 16 May 2019 16:37:11 EST ID:FkEbCRDW No.4851408 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851406
I’m sorry I made you so upset, 420chan can be real rough sometimes, what with people not sharing your pre-packaged /pol/ buzzword of the month opinions and all. Here’s a meme to help you feel better.
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Arno Penzias - Thu, 16 May 2019 16:41:09 EST ID:R9TB/QmX No.4851412 Ignore Report Reply
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We should socialize the burden of dealing with insufferable political people so we can all spend more time bringing back disco
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ElizaDudgefuck.pps - Thu, 16 May 2019 16:46:08 EST ID:ZoNRzXWT No.4851415 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851400
That's a nice explanation.

Another likelihood would be that it's the exceedingly presumptuous ones that get all mouthy, while the not-so-deranged others have by that point learned that getting so preachy has no damn point.

And/or they've learned to just toe a party line, much like this paranoiac is doing, except he's too pitifully demented to know that there isn't a pair or set of party lines here, even worse than the marxists here at least somewhat recognize that they're not in a safe space for themselves.
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Fluke Hawkins - Thu, 16 May 2019 16:48:56 EST ID:WKRhLTe0 No.4851416 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851408
Are you implying that we should seize Bernie's extra houses along with the rest?
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ElizaDudgefuck.pps - Thu, 16 May 2019 16:56:26 EST ID:ZoNRzXWT No.4851420 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851412
But we have!

We have the court system to occupy these people, we have the BBC and NPR to give them something to pay attention to, we have the whole law and order system who's concern they're bound to be plummet into, and of course, we have the inevitable electroshock therapy delivery stations for when they end up needing that.
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Karl Jansky - Thu, 16 May 2019 17:25:13 EST ID:YBq4FpXF No.4851431 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851416
idk about him but I say yes.

there is a vast number more living spaces available than there are homeless people. Once everyone has a home I don't care how many houses you own.
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Yuri - Thu, 16 May 2019 17:28:48 EST ID:CahqI1lB No.4851434 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851408
>more poltard meme shit
>I-i sure showed him!
Tell me how Zion Don is working out for you
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Phil Ken Sebben - Thu, 16 May 2019 17:30:03 EST ID:riBcWeuX No.4851435 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851357

its either never their own fault, or it wasnt REAL socialism. convenient.
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Yuri - Thu, 16 May 2019 17:32:31 EST ID:CahqI1lB No.4851437 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851435
Sanders and AOC are both Soc-Dem you fat retard. You know, like Western European platforms particularly Scandinavia?
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Phil Ken Sebben - Thu, 16 May 2019 17:41:10 EST ID:riBcWeuX No.4851439 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851437

just add "democratic" to it, its like putting lipstick on a pig!

and no, the scandinavian countries are not socialist. bernie flat out lies about this and they themselves have called him out for it.
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John Handstands - Thu, 16 May 2019 17:44:26 EST ID:FkEbCRDW No.4851441 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851434
>everyone who isn’t a socialist is wearing a Maga hat as we speak and is a frog poster and from future /pol/, etcetc

I know this is a standard issue misdirection tactic in lefty circles for a number of issues, but I could really care less because it’s just so overplayed and lacking in any content. You may as well just call me a doodoo head.


These spicy and dank AOC memes are just falling off the bone though, mmm taste it
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Phil Ken Sebben - Thu, 16 May 2019 17:47:39 EST ID:riBcWeuX No.4851442 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851441

no the 70% would only apply to the "tippy tops" you fascist!
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Karl Jansky - Thu, 16 May 2019 17:48:44 EST ID:YBq4FpXF No.4851443 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851441
Is the joke that her salary wouldn't be touched by her proposed 70% tax on billionaires?
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Brooke Elitingston - Thu, 16 May 2019 17:49:36 EST ID:xtCdYNtv No.4851444 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851441
That pic is something from your racist uncle on facebook. $170k<$10mil, so the 70% marginal tax rate wouldn't apply. Honestly, how dumb can you be?
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Albert Birrygold - Thu, 16 May 2019 17:49:37 EST ID:HFHUv8bS No.4851445 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851442

It's almost like they don't even know what the fuck they're talking about
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AKIRA - Thu, 16 May 2019 17:49:57 EST ID:z53gBOSA No.4851446 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851441
I think that tax bracket doesnt apply until you hit 10mill you dope. Which is still pretty high. Sshould be lik e 20mil or so. Still
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ElizaDudgefuck.pps - Thu, 16 May 2019 17:51:15 EST ID:ZoNRzXWT No.4851447 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851435
Shut your pipe hole.

It does not matter how reasonable any particular argument against communism seems to you. By echoing it to a creature like that, in that manner, you're just validating his extremely obnoxious delusions that the people he responded to actually praised communism.
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Phil Ken Sebben - Thu, 16 May 2019 17:51:54 EST ID:riBcWeuX No.4851448 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851443

the joke is how fucking arbitrary and hypocritical it is.
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John Handstands - Thu, 16 May 2019 17:52:32 EST ID:FkEbCRDW No.4851449 Ignore Report Reply
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It’s the commie thread you guys cheer up and post commie stuff
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Richard Leblanc - Thu, 16 May 2019 17:54:25 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851450 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851449
That image is retarded.

Liberalism is a conservative movement by nature.
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Aribeth - Thu, 16 May 2019 17:55:03 EST ID:9vkhWhOP No.4851451 Ignore Report Reply
God, /high/ is such a dumpster fire. Bring back pol already
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ElizaDudgefuck.pps - Thu, 16 May 2019 17:57:00 EST ID:ZoNRzXWT No.4851452 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851448
The joke is the blabering fuckhead here who thinks he's on CSPAN.
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Bob Crinklebutt - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:00:42 EST ID:LU5CHL5U No.4851453 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851451
We already have /pol/. It's called /n/. The left wing retards over there could use some right wing retards to argue with actually. This guy posting the shitty boomer facebook memes seems like a good candidate.
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Fluke Hawkins - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:01:25 EST ID:WKRhLTe0 No.4851455 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851449
Don't you think it's a bit odd that so much of your worldview is apparently informed by out of touch, tech illiterate, anti-drug complainers with diminishing mental capacity whose material interests are entirely opposed to yours?
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Richard Leblanc - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:02:07 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851456 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851451
Just ban all those cocksucking the future immigrants. Problem solved.
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Glass Joe - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:02:54 EST ID:ULUZkSqO No.4851457 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851441
70% taxes seems really high. I don't personally think that income tax rates should ever exceed 50% because that's the point at which more of your money is going to the government than to the person who earned that money.
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BarnabyCrungerforth.gz - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:02:56 EST ID:RTUFep86 No.4851458 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851455
this physically hurts my eyes
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Phil Ken Sebben - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:05:44 EST ID:riBcWeuX No.4851459 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851457

dont you know nobody "earns" anything? they either exploit someone or benevolent nanny state hands it all to them after exploiting someone.
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Richard Leblanc - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:06:34 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851461 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851457
No you can easily have a 70% tax.

Taxes are taken from your TAXABLE INCOME, you FUCKING RETARD, not from your total income.

Your taxable income is ALWAYS lower than your actual income, so a 70% tax on your income will always end up much smaller than 70%.

FFS, learn some fucking economy, wanker.
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Fluke Hawkins - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:06:37 EST ID:WKRhLTe0 No.4851462 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851457
>>4851441
Do you people really not understand how marginal tax rates work?

I really hope you guys are trolling.
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Glass Joe - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:07:12 EST ID:ULUZkSqO No.4851463 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851459
What about the people who earn money. You know, through doing work?
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Phil Ken Sebben - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:10:32 EST ID:riBcWeuX No.4851465 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851463

well that belongs to the unelected workers council dingus, you know, the commissars that dont actually work they just point at shit and have some thugs collect it for "the people."
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ElizaDudgefuck.pps - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:14:09 EST ID:ZoNRzXWT No.4851466 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851451
This guy wouldn't be able to handle /pol/. Not even 4 or 8 chan's pol. Or nuclearib's /pol/, and that site isn't even half-decent enough to be a joke. Hell, he wouldn't be able to handle esperantochan, falklandchan's, kiwichan's, chansluts' or 789stormfront's /pol/.
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John Handstands - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:15:19 EST ID:FkEbCRDW No.4851467 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851455
Well why don’t we hear it straight from the horses mouth then


That sweet sweet slavery
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NathanielGivingladge.cbl - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:15:44 EST ID:Odh4Xtei No.4851468 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851463
>You know, through doing work?
Those are called workers.
The ones who steal the wealth the workers produce while creating nothing of their own are called capitalists.
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Richard Leblanc - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:17:47 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851469 Ignore Report Reply
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>cries about taxes
>gets schooled on how taxes works
>ignores the replies and keeps posting their retarded 9gag memes for elderly christian soccer moms

Ya'all need Jesus getting raped by Romans.
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Jacob Kapteyn - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:20:42 EST ID:p8Qc03lT No.4851471 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851465
Who wants to bet this guy actually thinks Commissars were the guys from 40k
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Phil Ken Sebben - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:21:19 EST ID:riBcWeuX No.4851472 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851468

>while creating nothing of their own
>establishing and funding the company, envisioning its direction
>taking ALL the risk if it fails
>paying your wages and benefits
>had the fucking voluntary generosity to give you a job
>etc
>still parasites though

nah, you.
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Angus Crammerchotch - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:22:15 EST ID:nJkrco7e No.4851475 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851371
no you idiot i meant give the money to the literal robots
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Richard Leblanc - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:22:21 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851476 Ignore Report Reply
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I have examined maps of the city with the greatest care, yet have never again found the Rue d’Auseil. These maps have not been modern maps alone, for I know that names change. I have, on the contrary, delved deeply into all the antiquities of the place; and have personally explored every region, of whatever name, which could possibly answer to the street I knew as the Rue d’Auseil. But despite all I have done it remains an humiliating fact that I cannot find the house, the street, or even the locality, where, during the last months of my impoverished life as a student of metaphysics at the university, I heard the music of Erich Zann.
That my memory is broken, I do not wonder; for my health, physical and mental, was gravely disturbed throughout the period of my residence in the Rue d’Auseil, and I recall that I took none of my few acquaintances there. But that I cannot find the place again is both singular and perplexing; for it was within a half-hour’s walk of the university and was distinguished by peculiarities which could hardly be forgotten by anyone who had been there. I have never met a person who has seen the Rue d’Auseil.
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Weyoun 7 - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:28:02 EST ID:k4qtELmG No.4851479 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851472
>the fucking voluntary generosity to give you a job
Dude come on, are you 12 or something? Do you still think Santa Claus is real?
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Phil Ken Sebben - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:29:06 EST ID:riBcWeuX No.4851480 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851479

not a valid counter-argument. try again.
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NathanielGivingladge.cbl - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:29:14 EST ID:Odh4Xtei No.4851481 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851472
>taking ALL the risk if it fails
The workers risk their homes and ability to feed their family.
The capitalist risks not being able to steal wealth from a group of workers.
>paying your wages and benefits
If I steal $10 from you and give you back 8, I haven't given you 8 dollars, I've stolen 2.
A capitalist doesn't pay wages, the wealth workers create belongs to them by default, he merely steals the profit.
>had the fucking voluntary generosity to give you a job
Jobs aren't created by generosity, they exist as a function of the wealth they create.
A capitalist that isn't parasitic is as silly as a species of mosquito that puts in more blood than they take out.
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Richard Leblanc - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:31:41 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851483 Ignore Report Reply
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The Rue d’Auseil lay across a dark river bordered by precipitous brick blear-windowed warehouses and spanned by a ponderous bridge of dark stone. It was always shadowy along that river, as if the smoke of neighbouring factories shut out the sun perpetually. The river was also odorous with evil stenches which I have never smelled elsewhere, and which may some day help me to find it, since I should recognise them at once. Beyond the bridge were narrow cobbled streets with rails; and then came the ascent, at first gradual, but incredibly steep as the Rue d’Auseil was reached.
I have never seen another street as narrow and steep as the Rue d’Auseil. It was almost a cliff, closed to all vehicles, consisting in several places of flights of steps, and ending at the top in a lofty ivied wall. Its paving was irregular, sometimes stone slabs, sometimes cobblestones, and sometimes bare earth with struggling greenish-grey vegetation. The houses were tall, peaked-roofed, incredibly old, and crazily leaning backward, forward, and sidewise. Occasionally an opposite pair, both leaning forward, almost met across the street like an arch; and certainly they kept most of the light from the ground below. There were a few overhead bridges from house to house across the street.
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Fluke Hawkins - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:34:47 EST ID:WKRhLTe0 No.4851484 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851472
>taking ALL the risk if it fails
That's not even true for many white collar workers who are compensated with stock bonuses or have their retirements invested in company stock.

Also, the whole point of a corporation is limited liability and therefore limited risk to owners.
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Phil Ken Sebben - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:35:04 EST ID:riBcWeuX No.4851486 Ignore Report Reply
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brilliant excuse to not work. i get it now. it all makes sense.

if i were to exchange my time and effort for currency to spend freely, that would be stealing somehow!

therefore im entitled to arbitrate who deserves what or how much of it, by force if necessary.
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Lorna Mushcunt - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:36:21 EST ID:dXxZW0+b No.4851488 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851463

Fucking moneygendered work-enabled fash.

I'm an alternative financialist and queeremployed ... "poor" is hate speak and if you call me that you're literally hitler

Now gimmie free college money. Fiat money isn't even real anyway so they can just totally print more and be fine
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Richard Leblanc - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:36:26 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851489 Ignore Report Reply
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The inhabitants of that street impressed me peculiarly. At first I thought it was because they were all silent and reticent; but later decided it was because they were all very old. I do not know how I came to live on such a street, but I was not myself when I moved there. I had been living in many poor places, always evicted for want of money; until at last I came upon that tottering house in the Rue d’Auseil, kept by the paralytic Blandot. It was the third house from the top of the street, and by far the tallest of them all.
My room was on the fifth story; the only inhabited room there, since the house was almost empty. On the night I arrived I heard strange music from the peaked garret overhead, and the next day asked old Blandot about it. He told me it was an old German viol-player, a strange dumb man who signed his name as Erich Zann, and who played evenings in a cheap theatre orchestra; adding that Zann’s desire to play in the night after his return from the theatre was the reason he had chosen this lofty and isolated garret room, whose single gable window was the only point on the street from which one could look over the terminating wall at the declivity and panorama beyond.
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Lil' Timmy Bongsworth - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:37:54 EST ID:xdVY1EfX No.4851490 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851486
>therefore im entitled to arbitrate who deserves what or how much of it, by force if necessary.
Literally every economic and political system in history has done this.
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Richard Leblanc - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:39:25 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851491 Ignore Report Reply
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Thereafter I heard Zann every night, and although he kept me awake, I was haunted by the weirdness of his music. Knowing little of the art myself, I was yet certain that none of his harmonies had any relation to music I had heard before; and concluded that he was a composer of highly original genius. The longer I listened, the more I was fascinated, until after a week I resolved to make the old man’s acquaintance.
One night, as he was returning from his work, I intercepted Zann in the hallway and told him that I would like to know him and be with him when he played. He was a small, lean, bent person, with shabby clothes, blue eyes, grotesque, satyr-like face, and nearly bald head; and at my first words seemed both angered and frightened. My obvious friendliness, however, finally melted him; and he grudgingly motioned to me to follow him up the dark, creaking, and rickety attic stairs. His room, one of only two in the steeply pitched garret, was on the west side, toward the high wall that formed the upper end of the street. Its size was very great, and seemed the greater because of its extraordinary bareness and neglect. Of furniture there was only a narrow iron bedstead, a dingy washstand, a small table, a large bookcase, an iron music-rack, and three old-fashioned chairs. Sheets of music were piled in disorder about the floor. The walls were of bare boards, and had probably never known plaster; whilst the abundance of dust and cobwebs made the place seem more deserted than inhabited. Evidently Erich Zann’s world of beauty lay in some far cosmos of the imagination.
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NathanielGivingladge.cbl - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:41:01 EST ID:Odh4Xtei No.4851492 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851486
Capitalism requires violence to enforce.
No farmer would give the crops he sewed, tended, and harvested to a landlord, no group of factory workers would return the profits to some shareholder without a state to violently enforce private property.

Labor is entitled to all the wealth it creates.
Anarchists and socialists advocate for workers to get the wealth they create.
You are advocating a state which takes the wealth they create and gives it to lazy capitalists and landlords.
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Phil Ken Sebben - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:43:05 EST ID:riBcWeuX No.4851493 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851492

>No farmer would give the crops he sewed, tended, and harvested

with your own logic it never belonged to him in the first place retard.
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ElizaDudgefuck.pps - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:43:54 EST ID:ZoNRzXWT No.4851494 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851451
arrrrg, stupid cat planet. This guy would get his ass handed to him by *bbw-chan*'s /pol/.
>>4851471
No, commisars were real, I know one. Maybe two. And also some gulag vermin. Fucking stuck up shits, just because they were "bold" enough to do some blatantly illegal shit, everyone is expected to be sorry to them, fucking truculent snowflakes.
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SimonMobblestock.php - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:44:47 EST ID:SyJ41SU5 No.4851495 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851484
This.
Average worker: come in even if you're sick or you get fired. Tough shit for you.

Average executive: fuck up MASSIVELY on the job? Here have millions of dollars aka the golden parachute https://www.americanprogress.org/issues/economy/news/2008/02/27/4000/the-golden-parachute-ceo-severance-and-the-housing-crisis-by-the-numbers/

Serious question: how can you be this much of a stallion, as you would say, to directly defend the people exploiting you? That's pretty much the definition.
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Phil Ken Sebben - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:45:25 EST ID:riBcWeuX No.4851496 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851492

im gonna come over to your house and help myself to your fridge, hog up your couch, fuck it, leave the toilet seat up.

you wont call the cops to enforce your property rights, you gleefully gave those up. youre a good boy.
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NathanielGivingladge.cbl - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:45:33 EST ID:Odh4Xtei No.4851497 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851493
The crops are the farmer's personal property. The goods the factors workers produce are their personal property.
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Angus Crammerchotch - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:46:49 EST ID:nJkrco7e No.4851498 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851480
>The phrase not an argument fallaciously dismisses arguments that are phrased as bald assertions
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SimonMobblestock.php - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:46:56 EST ID:SyJ41SU5 No.4851499 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851459
Even your meme battle pics are inferior dude
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Richard Leblanc - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:48:11 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851500 Ignore Report Reply
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Motioning me to sit down, the dumb man closed the door, turned the large wooden bolt, and lighted a candle to augment the one he had brought with him. He now removed his viol from its moth-eaten covering, and taking it, seated himself in the least uncomfortable of the chairs. He did not employ the music-rack, but offering no choice and playing from memory, enchanted me for over an hour with strains I had never heard before; strains which must have been of his own devising. To describe their exact nature is impossible for one unversed in music. They were a kind of fugue, with recurrent passages of the most captivating quality, but to me were notable for the absence of any of the weird notes I had overheard from my room below on other occasions.
Those haunting notes I had remembered, and had often hummed and whistled inaccurately to myself; so when the player at length laid down his bow I asked him if he would render some of them. As I began my request the wrinkled satyr-like face lost the bored placidity it had possessed during the playing, and seemed to shew the same curious mixture of anger and fright which I had noticed when first I accosted the old man. For a moment I was inclined to use persuasion, regarding rather lightly the whims of senility; and even tried to awaken my host’s weirder mood by whistling a few of the strains to which I had listened the night before. But I did not pursue this course for more than a moment; for when the dumb musician recognised the whistled air his face grew suddenly distorted with an expression wholly beyond analysis, and his long, cold, bony right hand reached out to stop my mouth and silence the crude imitation. As he did this he further demonstrated his eccentricity by casting a startled glance toward the lone curtained window, as if fearful of some intruder—a glance doubly absurd, since the garret stood high and inaccessible above all the adjacent roofs, this window being the only point on the steep street, as the concierge had told me, from which one could see over the wall at the summit.
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Phil Ken Sebben - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:49:04 EST ID:riBcWeuX No.4851501 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851497

lmao get a load of this fucking tap dancing weasel
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Richard Leblanc - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:50:02 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851503 Ignore Report Reply
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The old man’s glance brought Blandot’s remark to my mind, and with a certain capriciousness I felt a wish to look out over the wide and dizzying panorama of moonlit roofs and city lights beyond the hill-top, which of all the dwellers in the Rue d’Auseil only this crabbed musician could see. I moved toward the window and would have drawn aside the nondescript curtains, when with a frightened rage even greater than before the dumb lodger was upon me again; this time motioning with his head toward the door as he nervously strove to drag me thither with both hands. Now thoroughly disgusted with my host, I ordered him to release me, and told him I would go at once. His clutch relaxed, and as he saw my disgust and offence his own anger seemed to subside. He tightened his relaxing grip, but this time in a friendly manner; forcing me into a chair, then with an appearance of wistfulness crossing to the littered table, where he wrote many words with a pencil in the laboured French of a foreigner.
The note which he finally handed me was an appeal for tolerance and forgiveness. Zann said that he was old, lonely, and afflicted with strange fears and nervous disorders connected with his music and with other things. He had enjoyed my listening to his music, and wished I would come again and not mind his eccentricities. But he could not play to another his weird harmonies, and could not bear hearing them from another; nor could he bear having anything in his room touched by another. He had not known until our hallway conversation that I could overhear his playing in my room, and now asked me if I would arrange with Blandot to take a lower room where I could not hear him in the night. He would, he wrote, defray the difference in rent.
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SimonMobblestock.php - Thu, 16 May 2019 18:56:44 EST ID:SyJ41SU5 No.4851507 Ignore Report Reply
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Just an observation: we always seem to get bombarded with polshit in the middle of the day in US/CAN time zones, on a weekday.

Every single time I notice this that the place gets filled with absolute shit from the future.

What I can surmise by this is that you guys don't have jobs, which makes this kind of shitposting
>>4851309
>>4851311
>>4851329
>>4851341 etc
quite rich. By every evening the place has been spammed to shit and back and I can tell it's North Americans doing it. This means you're either unemployed or a teenager on summer break, who also is too lazy to have a fucking summer job.
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ElizaDudgefuck.pps - Thu, 16 May 2019 19:00:41 EST ID:ZoNRzXWT No.4851509 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851495
>how can you be this much of a stallion

Let's see, there's their need to have "heroes". Then there's the inability to admit that you're not really paying attention to what's going on, they actually feel that it is more rewarding to them to play half-smart and bluff. Then they have warm feelings for Fox from all the joy they had watching "world's wildest bombing videos", and trust for CNN for how it expressed frantic concern for them during disease panics. There's probably significantly more...
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Fluke Hawkins - Thu, 16 May 2019 19:01:33 EST ID:WKRhLTe0 No.4851510 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851496
>im gonna come over to your house and help myself to your fridge, hog up your couch, fuck it, leave the toilet seat up.
The joke is that you obviously won't do that, because the state will use force to arrest you and likely make you pay some sort of restitution, in accordance with property laws codified and enforced by the state. In other words, arbitrate who deserves what or how much of it, by force if necessary.

So your sick comeback is kind of proving his point.
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Richard Leblanc - Thu, 16 May 2019 19:01:48 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851512 Ignore Report Reply
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As I sat deciphering the execrable French I felt more lenient toward the old man. He was a victim of physical and nervous suffering, as was I; and my metaphysical studies had taught me kindness. In the silence there came a slight sound from the window—the shutter must have rattled in the night-wind—and for some reason I started almost as violently as did Erich Zann. So when I had finished reading I shook my host by the hand, and departed as a friend. The next day Blandot gave me a more expensive room on the third floor, between the apartments of an aged money-lender and the room of a respectable upholsterer. There was no one on the fourth floor.
It was not long before I found that Zann’s eagerness for my company was not as great as it had seemed while he was persuading me to move down from the fifth story. He did not ask me to call on him, and when I did call he appeared uneasy and played listlessly. This was always at night—in the day he slept and would admit no one. My liking for him did not grow, though the attic room and the weird music seemed to hold an odd fascination for me. I had a curious desire to look out of that window, over the wall and down the unseen slope at the glittering roofs and spires which must lie outspread there. Once I went up to the garret during theatre hours, when Zann was away, but the door was locked.
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Jeff Curan - Thu, 16 May 2019 19:04:34 EST ID:cLFl/scm No.4851514 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851507
Uhh, you’re here too, posting away your own pol shit just like that other guy who was bitching about poltards, yet who has posted like 15 pol posts in this thread.

But I guess it’s only intolerable pol shit when they disagree with the “we deserve free shit for no reason” agenda?

Have you thought about trying the get a job challenge? It’s totally lit
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Richard Leblanc - Thu, 16 May 2019 19:05:13 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851515 Ignore Report Reply
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What I did succeed in doing was to overhear the nocturnal playing of the dumb old man. At first I would tiptoe up to my old fifth floor, then I grew bold enough to climb the last creaking staircase to the peaked garret. There in the narrow hall, outside the bolted door with the covered keyhole, I often heard sounds which filled me with an indefinable dread—the dread of vague wonder and brooding mystery. It was not that the sounds were hideous, for they were not; but that they held vibrations suggesting nothing on this globe of earth, and that at certain intervals they assumed a symphonic quality which I could hardly conceive as produced by one player. Certainly, Erich Zann was a genius of wild power. As the weeks passed, the playing grew wilder, whilst the old musician acquired an increasing haggardness and furtiveness pitiful to behold. He now refused to admit me at any time, and shunned me whenever we met on the stairs.
Then one night as I listened at the door I heard the shrieking viol swell into a chaotic babel of sound; a pandemonium which would have led me to doubt my own shaking sanity had there not come from behind that barred portal a piteous proof that the horror was real—the awful, inarticulate cry which only a mute can utter, and which rises only in moments of the most terrible fear or anguish. I knocked repeatedly at the door, but received no response. Afterward I waited in the black hallway, shivering with cold and fear, till I heard the poor musician’s feeble effort to rise from the floor by the aid of a chair. Believing him just conscious after a fainting fit, I renewed my rapping, at the same time calling out my name reassuringly. I heard Zann stumble to the window and close both shutter and sash, then stumble to the door, which he falteringly unfastened to admit me. This time his delight at having me present was real; for his distorted face gleamed with relief while he clutched at my coat as a child clutches at its mother’s skirts.
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SimonMobblestock.php - Thu, 16 May 2019 19:06:29 EST ID:SyJ41SU5 No.4851517 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851510
I'm still just honestly amazed how incredibly misinformed these people are though. I mean, it's truly mind boggling to behold.
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Richard Leblanc - Thu, 16 May 2019 19:06:48 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851518 Ignore Report Reply
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Shaking pathetically, the old man forced me into a chair whilst he sank into another, beside which his viol and bow lay carelessly on the floor. He sat for some time inactive, nodding oddly, but having a paradoxical suggestion of intense and frightened listening. Subsequently he seemed to be satisfied, and crossing to a chair by the table wrote a brief note, handed it to me, and returned to the table, where he began to write rapidly and incessantly. The note implored me in the name of mercy, and for the sake of my own curiosity, to wait where I was while he prepared a full account in German of all the marvels and terrors which beset him. I waited, and the dumb man’s pencil flew.
It was perhaps an hour later, while I still waited and while the old musician’s feverishly written sheets still continued to pile up, that I saw Zann start as from the hint of a horrible shock. Unmistakably he was looking at the curtained window and listening shudderingly. Then I half fancied I heard a sound myself; though it was not a horrible sound, but rather an exquisitely low and infinitely distant musical note, suggesting a player in one of the neighbouring houses, or in some abode beyond the lofty wall over which I had never been able to look. Upon Zann the effect was terrible, for dropping his pencil suddenly he rose, seized his viol, and commenced to rend the night with the wildest playing I had ever heard from his bow save when listening at the barred door.
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SimonMobblestock.php - Thu, 16 May 2019 19:08:14 EST ID:SyJ41SU5 No.4851520 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851514
>see some fucking cunt is spamming this to the top of the goddam frontpage all afternoon
>post a couple pics mocking him while this shit thread is acting like it's stickied
>oh no you're just as bad!
How about you jump in a fire and die you insufferable shit cunt? nb
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Helen Crampon - Thu, 16 May 2019 19:09:32 EST ID:tDk6e3uy No.4851525 Ignore Report Reply
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All of you losers need better hobbies. Holy shit.
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Richard Leblanc - Thu, 16 May 2019 19:10:35 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851526 Ignore Report Reply
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It would be useless to describe the playing of Erich Zann on that dreadful night. It was more horrible than anything I had ever overheard, because I could now see the expression of his face, and could realise that this time the motive was stark fear. He was trying to make a noise; to ward something off or drown something out—what, I could not imagine, awesome though I felt it must be. The playing grew fantastic, delirious, and hysterical, yet kept to the last the qualities of supreme genius which I knew this strange old man possessed. I recognised the air—it was a wild Hungarian dance popular in the theatres, and I reflected for a moment that this was the first time I had ever heard Zann play the work of another composer.
Louder and louder, wilder and wilder, mounted the shrieking and whining of that desperate viol. The player was dripping with an uncanny perspiration and twisted like a monkey, always looking frantically at the curtained window. In his frenzied strains I could almost see shadowy satyrs and Bacchanals dancing and whirling insanely through seething abysses of clouds and smoke and lightning. And then I thought I heard a shriller, steadier note that was not from the viol; a calm, deliberate, purposeful, mocking note from far away in the west.
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ElizaDudgefuck.pps - Thu, 16 May 2019 19:24:11 EST ID:ZoNRzXWT No.4851538 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851514
I know, right? Surely he should already know that the reason people support celebrating the rich is because they bought into a religion:
>>4850304
a religion with tenets and values supportive of strong hierarchy. Like "protestant work ethic".
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Richard Leblanc - Thu, 16 May 2019 19:25:58 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851540 Ignore Report Reply
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At this juncture the shutter began to rattle in a howling night-wind which had sprung up outside as if in answer to the mad playing within. Zann’s screaming viol now outdid itself, emitting sounds I had never thought a viol could emit. The shutter rattled more loudly, unfastened, and commenced slamming against the window. Then the glass broke shiveringly under the persistent impacts, and the chill wind rushed in, making the candles sputter and rustling the sheets of paper on the table where Zann had begun to write out his horrible secret. I looked at Zann, and saw that he was past conscious observation. His blue eyes were bulging, glassy, and sightless, and the frantic playing had become a blind, mechanical, unrecognisable orgy that no pen could even suggest.
A sudden gust, stronger than the others, caught up the manuscript and bore it toward the window. I followed the flying sheets in desperation, but they were gone before I reached the demolished panes. Then I remembered my old wish to gaze from this window, the only window in the Rue d’Auseil from which one might see the slope beyond the wall, and the city outspread beneath. It was very dark, but the city’s lights always burned, and I expected to see them there amidst the rain and wind. Yet when I looked from that highest of all gable windows, looked while the candles sputtered and the insane viol howled with the night-wind, I saw no city spread below, and no friendly lights gleaming from remembered streets, but only the blackness of space illimitable; unimagined space alive with motion and music, and having no semblance to anything on earth. And as I stood there looking in terror, the wind blew out both the candles in that ancient peaked garret, leaving me in savage and impenetrable darkness with chaos and pandemonium before me, and the daemon madness of that night-baying viol behind me.
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Phil Ken Sebben - Thu, 16 May 2019 19:28:22 EST ID:riBcWeuX No.4851543 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851538

show me exactly what is preventing you from becoming wealthy, then prove how it is in no way your own fault or lack of skill or ambition. tell us who is holding a gun to your head, forcing you to sit on your computer all day and do jack shit but bitch like a fucking brat, instead of hustling and brainstorming and networking and pushing it to the fucking limit to succeed.

go.
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Phyllis Surrystock - Thu, 16 May 2019 19:29:21 EST ID:9AwKZDCA No.4851545 Ignore Report Reply
no
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Richard Leblanc - Thu, 16 May 2019 19:29:25 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851546 Ignore Report Reply
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I staggered back in the dark, without the means of striking a light, crashing against the table, overturning a chair, and finally groping my way to the place where the blackness screamed with shocking music. To save myself and Erich Zann I could at least try, whatever the powers opposed to me. Once I thought some chill thing brushed me, and I screamed, but my scream could not be heard above that hideous viol. Suddenly out of the blackness the madly sawing bow struck me, and I knew I was close to the player. I felt ahead, touched the back of Zann’s chair, and then found and shook his shoulder in an effort to bring him to his senses.
He did not respond, and still the viol shrieked on without slackening. I moved my hand to his head, whose mechanical nodding I was able to stop, and shouted in his ear that we must both flee from the unknown things of the night. But he neither answered me nor abated the frenzy of his unutterable music, while all through the garret strange currents of wind seemed to dance in the darkness and babel. When my hand touched his ear I shuddered, though I knew not why—knew not why till I felt of the still face; the ice-cold, stiffened, unbreathing face whose glassy eyes bulged uselessly into the void. And then, by some miracle finding the door and the large wooden bolt, I plunged wildly away from that glassy-eyed thing in the dark, and from the ghoulish howling of that accursed viol whose fury increased even as I plunged.
Leaping, floating, flying down those endless stairs through the dark house; racing mindlessly out into the narrow, steep, and ancient street of steps and tottering houses; clattering down steps and over cobbles to the lower streets and the putrid canyon-walled river; panting across the great dark bridge to the broader, healthier streets and boulevards we know; all these are terrible impressions that linger with me. And I recall that there was no wind, and that the moon was out, and that all the lights of the city twinkled.
Despite my most careful searches and investigations, I have never since been able to find the Rue d’Auseil. But I am not wholly sorry; either for this or for the loss in undreamable abysses of the closely written sheets which alone could have explained the music of Erich Zann.
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ElizaDudgefuck.pps - Thu, 16 May 2019 19:37:24 EST ID:ZoNRzXWT No.4851549 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851543
You're implying I actually crave to be rich, let alone am indignant about not being rich, you paranoid maggot. I'm just fed up with vapid pricks who are like "hey, dude, I got a dose of sensational corporate joy that my heart is just jumping to share with you, duuuuuuude! Why the fuck won't you led me lead you into corporate joy, are you biased against me, you unjust fuckhead? You're more corprate-touched than I am, you privileged shit, you've been blessed with more understanding of the holy gifts of the corporate movement!
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Richard Leblanc - Thu, 16 May 2019 19:39:34 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851551 Ignore Report Reply
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Of the events which took place at the Norton Mine on October 18th and 19th, 1894, I have no desire to speak. A sense of duty to science is all that impels me to recall, in these last years of my life, scenes and happenings fraught with a terror doubly acute because I cannot wholly define it. But I believe that before I die I should tell what I know of the—shall I say transition—of Juan Romero.
My name and origin need not be related to posterity; in fact, I fancy it is better that they should not be, for when a man suddenly migrates to the States or the Colonies, he leaves his past behind him. Besides, what I once was is not in the least relevant to my narrative; save perhaps the fact that during my service in India I was more at home amongst white-bearded native teachers than amongst my brother-officers. I had delved not a little into odd Eastern lore when overtaken by the calamities which brought about my new life in America’s vast West—a life wherein I found it well to accept a name—my present one—which is very common and carries no meaning.
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Phil Ken Sebben - Thu, 16 May 2019 19:43:08 EST ID:riBcWeuX No.4851554 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851549

so you have no answer. you just feel you have a right to try and get in other peoples way because your a jelly little bitch ass loser.
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Richard Leblanc - Thu, 16 May 2019 19:46:44 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851559 Ignore Report Reply
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In the summer and autumn of 1894 I dwelt in the drear expanses of the Cactus Mountains, employed as a common labourer at the celebrated Norton Mine; whose discovery by an aged prospector some years before had turned the surrounding region from a nearly unpeopled waste to a seething cauldron of sordid life. A cavern of gold, lying deep below a mountain lake, had enriched its venerable finder beyond his wildest dreams, and now formed the seat of extensive tunnelling operations on the part of the corporation to which it had finally been sold. Additional grottoes had been found, and the yield of yellow metal was exceedingly great; so that a mighty and heterogeneous army of miners toiled day and night in the numerous passages and rock hollows. The Superintendent, a Mr. Arthur, often discussed the singularity of the local geological formations; speculating on the probable extent of the chain of caves, and estimating the future of the titanic mining enterprise. He considered the auriferous cavities the result of the action of water, and believed the last of them would soon be opened.
It was not long after my arrival and employment that Juan Romero came to the Norton Mine. One of a large herd of unkempt Mexicans attracted thither from the neighbouring country, he at first commanded attention only because of his features; which though plainly of the Red Indian type, were yet remarkable for their light colour and refined conformation, being vastly unlike those of the average “Greaser” or Piute of the locality. It is curious that although he differed so widely from the mass of Hispanicised and tribal Indians, Romero gave not the least impression of Caucasian blood. It was not the Castilian conquistador or the American pioneer, but the ancient and noble Aztec, whom imagination called to view when the silent peon would rise in the early morning and gaze in fascination at the sun as it crept above the eastern hills, meanwhile stretching out his arms to the orb as if in the performance of some rite whose nature he did not himself comprehend. But save for his face, Romero was not in any way suggestive of nobility. Ignorant and dirty, he was at home amongst the other brown-skinned Mexicans; having come (so I was afterward told) from the very lowest sort of surroundings. He had been found as a child in a crude mountain hut, the only survivor of an epidemic which had stalked lethally by. Near the hut, close to a rather unusual rock fissure, had lain two skeletons, newly picked by vultures, and presumably forming the sole remains of his parents. No one recalled their identity, and they were soon forgotten by the many. Indeed, the crumbling of the adobe hut and the closing of the rock fissure by a subsequent avalanche had helped to efface even the scene from recollection. Reared by a Mexican cattle-thief who had given him his name, Juan differed little from his fellows.
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ElizaDudgefuck.pps - Thu, 16 May 2019 19:49:25 EST ID:ZoNRzXWT No.4851561 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851554
Having opinions, perspectives and analytical offerings is criminally "being in people's way"? I guess that's not much of surprise from a delusional pile of bloodthirst who considers it a failure to cough up an answer when his presumtuous dreamy question turns out invalid.
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Richard Leblanc - Thu, 16 May 2019 19:50:46 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851562 Ignore Report Reply
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The attachment which Romero manifested toward me was undoubtedly commenced through the quaint and ancient Hindoo ring which I wore when not engaged in active labour. Of its nature, and manner of coming into my possession, I cannot speak. It was my last link with a chapter of life forever closed, and I valued it highly. Soon I observed that the odd-looking Mexican was likewise interested; eyeing it with an expression that banished all suspicion of mere covetousness. Its hoary hieroglyphs seemed to stir some faint recollection in his untutored but active mind, though he could not possibly have beheld their like before. Within a few weeks after his advent, Romero was like a faithful servant to me; this notwithstanding the fact that I was myself but an ordinary miner. Our conversation was necessarily limited. He knew but a few words of English, while I found my Oxonian Spanish was something quite different from the patois of the peon of New Spain.
The event which I am about to relate was unheralded by long premonitions. Though the man Romero had interested me, and though my ring had affected him peculiarly, I think that neither of us had any expectation of what was to follow when the great blast was set off. Geological considerations had dictated an extension of the mine directly downward from the deepest part of the subterranean area; and the belief of the Superintendent that only solid rock would be encountered, had led to the placing of a prodigious charge of dynamite. With this work Romero and I were not connected, wherefore our first knowledge of extraordinary conditions came from others. The charge, heavier perhaps than had been estimated, had seemed to shake the entire mountain. Windows in shanties on the slope outside were shattered by the shock, whilst miners throughout the nearer passages were knocked from their feet. Jewel Lake, which lay above the scene of action, heaved as in a tempest. Upon investigation it was seen that a new abyss yawned indefinitely below the seat of the blast; an abyss so monstrous that no handy line might fathom it, nor any lamp illuminate it. Baffled, the excavators sought a conference with the Superintendent, who ordered great lengths of rope to be taken to the pit, and spliced and lowered without cessation till a bottom might be discovered.
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Michael PS Hayes - Thu, 16 May 2019 20:06:47 EST ID:cLFl/scm No.4851569 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851520
I just don’t see how you of all people (one of the most prolific poltards on all of /b/, and not just in this thread, but in any thread you get triggered by, which there are fucking loads of), has the audacity to call anyone else a “poltard”, ever.

You love spouting your schizo socialist poltard rantings everywhere on the board, but the minute people criticize it, here you are crying about “poltards shitting up the board”>>4851520
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Worker James - Thu, 16 May 2019 20:09:57 EST ID:riBcWeuX No.4851571 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851569

its ok because hes on the right side of history
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Kono - Thu, 16 May 2019 20:11:16 EST ID:ZoNRzXWT No.4851573 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851569
It's simple, /pol/tard primarily refers to stormfags, the normal local counterpart is /redpol/, and a christian ideologue is just a christian ideologue. If you're not solidly on the left or the right, you're not predisposed to the highly automated left<-->right rapid fire bait flinging that characterises, supercharges and trite-ifies "/pol/ threads".
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Who - Thu, 16 May 2019 20:29:34 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851584 Ignore Report Reply
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Shortly afterward the pale-faced workmen apprised the Superintendent of their failure. Firmly though respectfully they signified their refusal to revisit the chasm, or indeed to work further in the mine until it might be sealed. Something beyond their experience was evidently confronting them, for so far as they could ascertain, the void below was infinite. The Superintendent did not reproach them. Instead, he pondered deeply, and made many plans for the following day. The night shift did not go on that evening.
At two in the morning a lone coyote on the mountain began to howl dismally. From somewhere within the works a dog barked in answer; either to the coyote—or to something else. A storm was gathering around the peaks of the range, and weirdly shaped clouds scudded horribly across the blurred patch of celestial light which marked a gibbous moon’s attempts to shine through many layers of cirro-stratus vapours. It was Romero’s voice, coming from the bunk above, that awakened me; a voice excited and tense with some vague expectation I could not understand:
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Servbot - Thu, 16 May 2019 20:40:39 EST ID:sVlGi/lg No.4851589 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851466
This is really ironic considering I've been posting on 4shit's pol since it was created. That's precicely why it's nice to be able to pick and choose when I'm subjected to this shit and when I can get a break from it. Having a containment board lets me do that. I don't want everything to be pol all the time goddamnit.
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Brooke Cottle - Thu, 16 May 2019 20:53:17 EST ID:SyJ41SU5 No.4851591 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851569
Everyone knows exactly what a poltard refers to and it ain't someone who simply discusses politics. It is the very specific strain of cancer from the future/stormfront and you've been spamming this fucking thread to the top of the front page all die and then because I made a couple posts after the thread got like 100 fucking replies you cry like a damn bitch about it.

And again, check the timestamps. YOU, yes you, you fucking obnoxious retard polshit, have been doing this for the last 8 fucking hours. You've seriously been here, all damn afternoon since fucking 12:30pm shitposting your fucking terrible 4shit pics.

You have been doing this all day on a weekday. This means that you're also unemployed in addition to being a poltard, which makes any of your retarded comments about "leftists not wanting to work for a living" hilarious because you yourself clearly don't have a job and have nothing better to do than unload your cringe as fuck pol folder on /b/ all damn day.

Seriously it's fucking Thursday. What are you doing shitposting poltard shit on /b/ all day since 12:30pm?
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Worker James - Thu, 16 May 2019 20:57:42 EST ID:riBcWeuX No.4851592 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851591

your frustration is amusing
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Brooke Cottle - Thu, 16 May 2019 21:06:30 EST ID:SyJ41SU5 No.4851595 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851592
It's not frustration. It's asking wtf a poltard is doing shitposting here about "people being too lazy to work" when he's clearly unemployed. That's 8 solid hours.
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Michael PS Hayes - Thu, 16 May 2019 21:09:04 EST ID:cLFl/scm No.4851596 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851591
>the only jobs I know about are dumping fries

No wonder you want the government to be your new mommy

I don’t know what exactly you are on about with that rant about people not working on thursdays or whatever, but it’s quite clear that you just want to be able to post your altleft shilling everywhere while attempting to silence anyone who disagrees by hurling the typical insults.

The people in this thread weren’t even endorsing the right at all, just bashing on the toxic altleft socialists and AOC, but she loves socialism so I guess anyone who makes fun of her isn’t allowed in your super secret echo chamber? Interesting how that works, but not surprising at all.

So is that what you mean by “very specific strain of cancer”, just anyone who disagrees with socialism and politicians who promote it?
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Worker James - Thu, 16 May 2019 21:13:29 EST ID:riBcWeuX No.4851598 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851596

its his boogeyman

sad
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Brooke Cottle - Thu, 16 May 2019 21:16:50 EST ID:SyJ41SU5 No.4851600 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851596
>altleft
Literally is not a thing

>the only jobs I know about are dumping fries
No one with a real paying job is going to sit here on /b/ spamming polshit for 8 hours in the middle of the week during the afternoon.

>I don’t know what exactly you are on about with that rant about people not working on thursdays or whatever
Because why should anyone take an unemployed man spamming the future bullshit all day seriously when he's made such great insightful comments about "working hard" when he clearly doesn't have a job himself.
>so I guess anyone who makes fun of her isn’t allowed in your super secret echo chamber?
>So is that what you mean by “very specific strain of cancer”
Meaning fuck off back to the future. What kind of moronic shit even is this.
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Worker James - Thu, 16 May 2019 21:19:55 EST ID:riBcWeuX No.4851601 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851600

>wah i would gulag you if i could
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Who - Thu, 16 May 2019 21:20:34 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851602 Ignore Report Reply
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“¡Madre de Dios!—el sonido—ese sonido—¡oiga Vd! ¿lo oye Vd?—Señor, THAT SOUND!”
I listened, wondering what sound he meant. The coyote, the dog, the storm, all were audible; the last named now gaining ascendancy as the wind shrieked more and more frantically. Flashes of lightning were visible through the bunk-house window. I questioned the nervous Mexican, repeating the sounds I had heard:
“¿El coyote?—¿el perro?—¿el viento?”
But Romero did not reply. Then he commenced whispering as in awe:
“El ritmo, Señor—el ritmo de la tierra—THAT THROB DOWN IN THE GROUND!”
And now I also heard; heard and shivered and without knowing why. Deep, deep, below me was a sound—a rhythm, just as the peon had said—which, though exceedingly faint, yet dominated even the dog, the coyote, and the increasing tempest. To seek to describe it were useless—for it was such that no description is possible. Perhaps it was like the pulsing of the engines far down in a great liner, as sensed from the deck, yet it was not so mechanical; not so devoid of the element of life and consciousness. Of all its qualities, remoteness in the earth most impressed me. To my mind rushed fragments of a passage in Joseph Glanvill which Poe has quoted with tremendous effect—

“—the vastness, profundity, and unsearchableness of His works, which have a depth in them greater than the well of Democritus.”
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Who - Thu, 16 May 2019 21:22:10 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851604 Ignore Report Reply
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Suddenly Romero leaped from his bunk; pausing before me to gaze at the strange ring on my hand, which glistened queerly in every flash of lightning, and then staring intently in the direction of the mine shaft. I also rose, and both stood motionless for a time, straining our ears as the uncanny rhythm seemed more and more to take on a vital quality. Then without apparent volition we began to move toward the door, whose rattling in the gale held a comforting suggestion of earthly reality. The chanting in the depths—for such the sound now seemed to be—grew in volume and distinctness; and we felt irresistibly urged out into the storm and thence to the gaping blackness of the shaft.
We encountered no living creature, for the men of the night shift had been released from duty, and were doubtless at the Dry Gulch settlement pouring sinister rumours into the ear of some drowsy bartender. From the watchman’s cabin, however, gleamed a small square of yellow light like a guardian eye. I dimly wondered how the rhythmic sound had affected the watchman; but Romero was moving more swiftly now, and I followed without pausing.
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Who - Thu, 16 May 2019 21:22:59 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851605 Ignore Report Reply
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As we descended the shaft, the sound beneath grew definitely composite. It struck me as horribly like a sort of Oriental ceremony, with beating of drums and chanting of many voices. I have, as you are aware, been much in India. Romero and I moved without material hesitancy through drifts and down ladders; ever toward the thing that allured us, yet ever with a pitifully helpless fear and reluctance. At one time I fancied I had gone mad—this was when, on wondering how our way was lighted in the absence of lamp or candle, I realised that the ancient ring on my finger was glowing with eerie radiance, diffusing a pallid lustre through the damp, heavy air around.
It was without warning that Romero, after clambering down one of the many rude ladders, broke into a run and left me alone. Some new and wild note in the drumming and chanting, perceptible but slightly to me, had acted on him in startling fashion; and with a wild outcry he forged ahead unguided in the cavern’s gloom. I heard his repeated shrieks before me, as he stumbled awkwardly along the level places and scrambled madly down the rickety ladders. And frightened as I was, I yet retained enough of perception to note that his speech, when articulate, was not of any sort known to me. Harsh but impressive polysyllables had replaced the customary mixture of bad Spanish and worse English, and of these only the oft repeated cry “Huitzilopotchli” seemed in the least familiar. Later I definitely placed that word in the works of a great historian—and shuddered when the association came to me.
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Who - Thu, 16 May 2019 21:23:52 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851608 Ignore Report Reply
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The climax of that awful night was composite but fairly brief, beginning just as I reached the final cavern of the journey. Out of the darkness immediately ahead burst a final shriek from the Mexican, which was joined by such a chorus of uncouth sound as I could never hear again and survive. In that moment it seemed as if all the hidden terrors and monstrosities of earth had become articulate in an effort to overwhelm the human race. Simultaneously the light from my ring was extinguished, and I saw a new light glimmering from lower space but a few yards ahead of me. I had arrived at the abyss, which was now redly aglow, and which had evidently swallowed up the unfortunate Romero. Advancing, I peered over the edge of that chasm which no line could fathom, and which was now a pandemonium of flickering flame and hideous uproar. At first I beheld nothing but a seething blur of luminosity; but then shapes, all infinitely distant, began to detach themselves from the confusion, and I saw—was it Juan Romero?—but God! I dare not tell you what I saw! . . . Some power from heaven, coming to my aid, obliterated both sights and sounds in such a crash as may be heard when two universes collide in space. Chaos supervened, and I knew the peace of oblivion.
I hardly know how to continue, since conditions so singular are involved; but I will do my best, not even trying to differentiate betwixt the real and the apparent. When I awaked, I was safe in my bunk and the red glow of dawn was visible at the window. Some distance away the lifeless body of Juan Romero lay upon a table, surrounded by a group of men, including the camp doctor. The men were discussing the strange death of the Mexican as he lay asleep; a death seemingly connected in some way with the terrible bolt of lightning which had struck and shaken the mountain. No direct cause was evident, and an autopsy failed to shew any reason why Romero should not be living. Snatches of conversation indicated beyond a doubt that neither Romero nor I had left the bunkhouse during the night; that neither had been awake during the frightful storm which had passed over the Cactus range. That storm, said men who had ventured down the mine shaft, had caused extensive caving in, and had completely closed the deep abyss which had created so much apprehension the day before. When I asked the watchman what sounds he had heard prior to the mighty thunderbolt, he mentioned a coyote, a dog, and the snarling mountain wind—nothing more. Nor do I doubt his word.
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Who - Thu, 16 May 2019 21:24:53 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851609 Ignore Report Reply
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Upon the resumption of work Superintendent Arthur called on some especially dependable men to make a few investigations around the spot where the gulf had appeared. Though hardly eager, they obeyed; and a deep boring was made. Results were very curious. The roof of the void, as seen whilst it was open, was not by any means thick; yet now the drills of the investigators met what appeared to be a limitless extent of solid rock. Finding nothing else, not even gold, the Superintendent abandoned his attempts; but a perplexed look occasionally steals over his countenance as he sits thinking at his desk.
One other thing is curious. Shortly after waking on that morning after the storm, I noticed the unaccountable absence of my Hindoo ring from my finger. I had prized it greatly, yet nevertheless felt a sensation of relief at its disappearance. If one of my fellow-miners appropriated it, he must have been quite clever in disposing of his booty, for despite advertisements and a police search the ring was never seen again. Somehow I doubt if it was stolen by mortal hands, for many strange things were taught me in India.
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Who - Thu, 16 May 2019 21:26:05 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851610 Ignore Report Reply
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My opinion of my whole experience varies from time to time. In broad daylight, and at most seasons I am apt to think the greater part of it a mere dream; but sometimes in the autumn, about two in the morning when winds and animals howl dismally, there comes from inconceivable depths below a damnable suggestion of rhythmical throbbing . . . and I feel that the transition of Juan Romero was a terrible one indeed.
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Georges-Henri Lemaitre - Thu, 16 May 2019 21:29:49 EST ID:WKRhLTe0 No.4851613 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851596
I don't know what you were expecting to happen posting those ridiculous grandpa memes.

Did you really think the death rattles of lead-poisoned old people would resonate on this website?
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Michael PS Hayes - Thu, 16 May 2019 21:40:53 EST ID:cLFl/scm No.4851616 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851613
Is this how you feel right now?
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Heisenberg - Thu, 16 May 2019 21:48:24 EST ID:vQCPEDej No.4851618 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851616
yo I ain't supporting that other dude cuz fuck socialism and shit but man you saved a lot of shitty pictures and that leads me to believe you done broke yer brain on internet politics just as bad as he did

I'm laughing atchya not witchya lil boy
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Medium Jarvis - Thu, 16 May 2019 21:54:23 EST ID:9BM/9OmI No.4851622 Ignore Report Reply
I bet you this guy saved the naked banana picture after politely asking his online friend if he could
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Who - Thu, 16 May 2019 21:59:46 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851624 Ignore Report Reply
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When the last days were upon me, and the ugly trifles of existence began to drive me to madness like the small drops of water that torturers let fall ceaselessly upon one spot of their victim’s body, I loved the irradiate refuge of sleep. In my dreams I found a little of the beauty I had vainly sought in life, and wandered through old gardens and enchanted woods.
Once when the wind was soft and scented I heard the south calling, and sailed endlessly and languorously under strange stars.
Once when the gentle rain fell I glided in a barge down a sunless stream under the earth till I reached another world of purple twilight, iridescent arbours, and undying roses.
And once I walked through a golden valley that led to shadowy groves and ruins, and ended in a mighty wall green with antique vines, and pierced by a little gate of bronze.
Many times I walked through that valley, and longer and longer would I pause in the spectral half-light where the giant trees squirmed and twisted grotesquely, and the grey ground stretched damply from trunk to trunk, sometimes disclosing the mould-stained stones of buried temples. And always the goal of my fancies was the mighty vine-grown wall with the little gate of bronze therein.
After a while, as the days of waking became less and less bearable from their greyness and sameness, I would often drift in opiate peace through the valley and the shadowy groves, and wonder how I might seize them for my eternal dwelling-place, so that I need no more crawl back to a dull world stript of interest and new colours. And as I looked upon the little gate in the mighty wall, I felt that beyond it lay a dream-country from which, once it was entered, there would be no return.
So each night in sleep I strove to find the hidden latch of the gate in the ivied antique wall, though it was exceedingly well hidden. And I would tell myself that the realm beyond the wall was not more lasting merely, but more lovely and radiant as well.
Then one night in the dream-city of Zakarion I found a yellowed papyrus filled with the thoughts of dream-sages who dwelt of old in that city, and who were too wise ever to be born in the waking world. Therein were written many things concerning the world of dream, and among them was lore of a golden valley and a sacred grove with temples, and a high wall pierced by a little bronze gate. When I saw this lore, I knew that it touched on the scenes I had haunted, and I therefore read long in the yellowed papyrus.
Some of the dream-sages wrote gorgeously of the wonders beyond the irrepassable gate, but others told of horror and disappointment. I knew not which to believe, yet longed more and more to cross forever into the unknown land; for doubt and secrecy are the lure of lures, and no new horror can be more terrible than the daily torture of the commonplace. So when I learned of the drug which would unlock the gate and drive me through, I resolved to take it when next I awaked.
Last night I swallowed the drug and floated dreamily into the golden valley and the shadowy groves; and when I came this time to the antique wall, I saw that the small gate of bronze was ajar. From beyond came a glow that weirdly lit the giant twisted trees and the tops of the buried temples, and I drifted on songfully, expectant of the glories of the land from whence I should never return.
But as the gate swung wider and the sorcery of drug and dream pushed me through, I knew that all sights and glories were at an end; for in that new realm was neither land nor sea, but only the white void of unpeopled and illimitable space. So, happier than I had ever dared hoped to be, I dissolved again into that native infinity of crystal oblivion from which the daemon Life had called me for one brief and desolate hour.
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Newton Hashingtong - Thu, 16 May 2019 22:00:39 EST ID:di2U2CFB No.4851626 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851616
man, she is just so weirdly bangable
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Jar Jar Binks - Thu, 16 May 2019 22:04:08 EST ID:IiSIjjvW No.4851627 Ignore Report Reply
what the fuck is going on in this thread?
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Who - Thu, 16 May 2019 22:05:18 EST ID:BowkiUKZ No.4851629 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851627
/pol/ immigrants from the future, stormfront, circlejerk, kiwifarms or some random altright "gaming" discord.
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Georges-Henri Lemaitre - Thu, 16 May 2019 22:06:38 EST ID:WKRhLTe0 No.4851630 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851626
That's probably why these weirdos have so many pictures of her saved.
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Medium Jarvis - Thu, 16 May 2019 22:07:05 EST ID:9BM/9OmI No.4851631 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851626
I find you to be bangly weirdable.
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Melissa d'Arabian - Thu, 16 May 2019 22:10:09 EST ID:SLF70Rlv No.4851633 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851626
Not even weirdly, she's a qt.
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Worker James - Thu, 16 May 2019 22:13:18 EST ID:riBcWeuX No.4851635 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851633

nobody ever told her no

which is why shes now on such a high horse
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Brooke Cottle - Thu, 16 May 2019 22:13:33 EST ID:SyJ41SU5 No.4851637 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851627
THIS THREAD HAS BEEN ANNEXED AS AN OFFICIAL TERRITORY OF GAYLINDOR.

ALL HAIL YOUR NEW HOMOSEXUAL OVERLORDS!
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Conky - Fri, 17 May 2019 00:17:20 EST ID:NaQWXVym No.4851671 Ignore Report Reply
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Ah, an AOC worship thread, love it.
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Conky - Fri, 17 May 2019 00:20:44 EST ID:NaQWXVym No.4851673 Ignore Report Reply
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Imagine voting for 70 year old dick instead of this cutie pie
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Worker James - Fri, 17 May 2019 00:21:50 EST ID:riBcWeuX No.4851675 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851673

for a wet t shirt contest, sure.
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Conky - Fri, 17 May 2019 00:23:56 EST ID:NaQWXVym No.4851676 Ignore Report Reply
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(●´ω`●)
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Conky - Fri, 17 May 2019 00:26:47 EST ID:NaQWXVym No.4851680 Ignore Report Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Richard Leblanc - Fri, 17 May 2019 00:30:12 EST ID:7p+ucmg1 No.4851682 Ignore Report Reply
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AOC is not a communist. She is a social democrat. Damn social democrats. They ruined international socialism!
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Worker James - Fri, 17 May 2019 00:33:10 EST ID:riBcWeuX No.4851683 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851682

a special snowflake variation on the same theme to make it sound more appealing to idiots.

if the end result is the same shit it doesnt matter how you framed it along the way.
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Brooke Cottle - Fri, 17 May 2019 00:35:01 EST ID:SyJ41SU5 No.4851685 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851683
It's what they have in Scandinavia. How fat are you?
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Richard Leblanc - Fri, 17 May 2019 00:35:36 EST ID:7p+ucmg1 No.4851687 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851683
Bro, not even you know what you're trying to say.

Also what in the fuck happened in this thread? I swear to god I've seen images itt that I haven't seen except on /pol/ when they were all Ron Paul bots.
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Guitarist Emma - Fri, 17 May 2019 00:36:42 EST ID:/9OGswiM No.4851690 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851264
Hell yeah OP, I live better than literally 90% of the world. It's just simply not enough.
If I get more money from the rich guys then I will totes help all of the people starving around the world.
>Promise I won't spend that rich guy's money on pornhub and nuggz.
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Conky - Fri, 17 May 2019 00:39:14 EST ID:NaQWXVym No.4851692 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851683

Nordic countries and european countries in general are social democratic. They are doing fine and certainly are different from north korea, the former soviet state, etc.

Also rightwing snowflakes "I want my safespace I won't go to the gulag" you will "oh man I want my safespace no people with different skin colors here plz" "I want my safespace as a traditional man because I don't want to compete with wimin and fags" lol snowflakes
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Brooke Cottle - Fri, 17 May 2019 00:41:56 EST ID:SyJ41SU5 No.4851693 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851687
There's a literal holocaust denial thread directly below you. Just what the fuck do you think happened? It's poltards continuing to see how far they can push it before getting banned.
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Worker James - Fri, 17 May 2019 00:49:52 EST ID:riBcWeuX No.4851699 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851692

their gdp doesnt get to go to much else other than their healthcare and free college programs, and its still not without cost, people still pay fees and wait for a long time to get seen. they had a nice run but now it is starting to dramatically buckle under the bumbling mismanagement/economic strangulation of the EU and the waves of 3rd world welfare shoppers - oh im sorry, "refugees." if you centralize everything and it ultimately fails, the baby WILL go out with the bathwater.

again, just slapping "democratic" on it is putting lipstick on a pig.
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Brooke Cottle - Fri, 17 May 2019 01:09:41 EST ID:SyJ41SU5 No.4851702 Ignore Report Reply
>>4851699
Those countries are about the most stable economies in Europe. And yes yes we all know you're a poltard who's too fucking stupid to understand or too evil to care but FYI a ton of those people fled the warzone of Syria, and most of them didn't even end up in the Scandi countries anyway.
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Guitarist Emma - Fri, 17 May 2019 01:27:27 EST ID:/9OGswiM No.4851704 Ignore Report Reply
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>>4851693
If we're all being honest here, I think the numbers show that only 5 million Jews died in The Holocaust.
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