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!Ub4TCdRjOM - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 01:40:08 EST tqr0DGBx No.4914404
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As mentioned a few weeks ago, we've managed to unearth our old inventory of 420chan shot glasses! As requested, I'm making them available once again!

I'll even try to sign them and seal it in if you want!!!

Get them via supporting us on Patreon: https://patreon.com/join/420chan

$20 tier patrons can still get buttons if you'd like. And shotglass purchasers will get them included as well.

Like in the past, if you wish to toss us some support outside of Patreon, you can email me at kirtaner@420chan.org and I can provide PayPal details or Interac eTransfer details for fellow Canadians.

Buttons are being shipped on Wednesday, if you got em please ensure your shipping details are correct (or present at all) on Patreon. I'll reach out to stragglers individually.

This post was edited by Kirtaner on 14-10-2019 01:49:52
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INTERPOL !3mB4iDBpWw - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 02:44:25 EST LvTrGimG No.4914419 Reply
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>>4914416


They're printed on but nothing within the realm of reason is going to pull them off. I still have 24 of them here to send out the minute I get word to do so.
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Robert Timecock - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 06:26:16 EST Ng2tXNuc No.4914445 Reply
I feel proud that my first shot glass will be a 420chan one. Are you going to send them out per order or in like bulk deliveries?
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Nomdrop Bubbleflopn - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 07:40:53 EST caIPdUbN No.4914457 Reply
>>4914404
I quit drinking years ago, man. Why not a 420chan weed pipe lmao
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Kirtaner !Ub4TCdRjOM - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 08:37:13 EST tqr0DGBx No.4914470 Reply
>>4914457
Perhaps when I can afford to produce them. Much easier to sell such things these days without angering payment networks.
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Magma Admin Nathaniel - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 14:32:09 EST QLTOtYac No.4914556 Reply
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>>4914527
Or ass day. Actually don't skip any day. Do all the days. Every days. Dem days. Know what I'm dayin'?
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Cyril Nankinsin - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 15:24:05 EST iPUe4ort No.4914559 Reply
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>post in any of the boards besides /h/ /woo/ /b/ and /vg/
>comeback in three months
>still on the front page

And people say this website isn't dead why?
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Cyril Nankinsin - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 15:25:03 EST iPUe4ort No.4914560 Reply
>post in any of the boards beside /woo/ and /h/
>comeback in a month
>still on the front page

And people say this website isn't dead why?
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Kirtaner !Ub4TCdRjOM - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 15:42:02 EST tqr0DGBx No.4914565 Reply
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>>4914559
>implying most non-drug boards haven't always been that pace

in 2011 there were 12K posts per day. Today there are 8.5-9K posts per day. For those willing to crunch the data themselves (we do have a public API!) and cross-reference with historical archives via Wayback Machine, you will find that decrease over a period of 8 years is almost entirely centered around /weed/, due to it no longer being a huge counterculture and taboo subject.

Everything else being equal, traffic levels have remained stable. This is not the place to come for spergposting, never has been. The intent is for threads to be able to last a long time and grow to their maximum length more often than not. Not constant vomit content recycling like our big brother.

As of this moment there are currently 1289 unique IPs with Netjester websocket connections open and active on the boards, 4800 total because some of you love to open multiple tabs. I love it when people pull the "site is dead" card because you really just have no idea - people here lurk. Which is how it should be.

basically i'm saying you talk like a fag and your shit's all retarded

This post was edited by Kirtaner on 14-10-2019 15:43:28
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Dan Hardy - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 15:47:38 EST JgIxhV6U No.4914567 Reply
I will donate $20 if you re-list the futurism board.
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Samuel Bessletire - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 16:57:40 EST Q4/kqVE1 No.4914582 Reply
>>4914569
jesus your fucking easy these days

what happened to big dick swinging a few months back
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Emmanuel Yarborough - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 18:03:24 EST XDmKglN+ No.4914592 Reply
>>4914582
We get what ur saying but futurism was a dank board so plz quit questioning how we get it back
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 19:39:49 EST sTwClUnx No.4914614 Reply
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>>4914569
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO SHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIT

>>4914570
Augmentations replace fitness.
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Castle Valet Emma - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 20:04:39 EST u27gIV8+ No.4914622 Reply
FTL body augment drive, I can see it.
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Malcolm Reed - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 20:47:04 EST 5h0NnKL6 No.4914640 Reply
>>4914614
they really don't, not until you're 100% mechanical
otherwise your tubby flesh muffin topping out the end of the robo parts is a real bad look
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MatildaPenderfuck.bud - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 20:48:12 EST oTHPV1ce No.4914641 Reply
>>4914404
That cat clearly doesn't want to see you start drinking again. Not after what you did last time
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 20:53:51 EST OKQJ4ioT No.4914645 Reply
>>4914640
Well yeah
Just gotta keep things like nerves, taste buds, mucus membranes, etc... Nothing that's really visible, just stuff that lets you enjoy the good parts of biology, if that's your thing.
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Geraldine Mcgurk - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 22:38:13 EST Chr3HTu6 No.4914682 Reply
>>4914645
Have you ever taken a biology or computer science course or is this just a "dude what if bro" thing for you?
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 23:02:13 EST sTwClUnx No.4914688 Reply
>>4914682
Biology yes, computer science no. Simultaneously it's "dude what if"
Are you exclusively interested in challenges that are easy?
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 23:33:38 EST sTwClUnx No.4914695 Reply
>>4914690
That's bullshit. I'm somewhat superficial in certain aspects. I promise I'll keep my mouth shut about transhumanism on /b/ if there's a new, permanent futurism board okay?
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Geraldine Mcgurk - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 23:49:35 EST Chr3HTu6 No.4914696 Reply
>>4914688
Lol I'm just checking. I know this "anarcho-transhumanist" who thinks it's impossible to rationally plan an economy but that the most complex system known to humans - the human body including the brain - will come under the dominion of humanity through an explosion in superintelligence or whateverthefuck. It's wild what people simultaneously believe.
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 00:17:05 EST sTwClUnx No.4914705 Reply
>>4914696
The duality of man.
Seriously though, hopefully I'm not that crazy, but I definitely do have some conflicting things that I simultaneously believe. Contradictions can be fun sometimes. What are his arguments exactly? I guess I can kind of get that because like the brain is a biological component that behaves according to genetic code and laws of nature, whereas planning an economy is a man-made activity, and it has to operate in a variety of cultures, which is also a mad-made thing. Sure you could probably technically explain away cultures and economic behavior down to a scientific level but nowhere near as deep an detailed as we can with scientific fields like biology and engineering, at least at our current stage of understanding.

Idk man I'm high and I ramble when I'm high.
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Alan Belcher - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 03:39:52 EST zAxkgOVR No.4914727 Reply
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>>4914705
i too read transmetropolitan, and you are macro-ing the entire human race too much. that line of logic gets you to the level of trying to measure anything with anything else down to the atomic level
protip: 1:1 doesnt exist and any attempt is to divide by 0
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Castle Valet Emma - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 08:59:51 EST u27gIV8+ No.4914747 Reply
I think if they attach a part you will be able to figure it out, that it really doesn't feel and is artificially making a signal to you, or is out of sync, metal etc. I still studying processes, but biologically creating body parts also is a new flesh that's 'out of synch' but the person could go through an energised state it attaches.
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Ebenezer Bluckletit - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 09:50:46 EST cxpilczL No.4914751 Reply
>>4914747

that's a naive and limited perspective. your muscles fire via electrical conduction, cybernetic parts could be linked to the brain just as nerves are. you could receive near-instant input/output just like nerves. we arent there yet but it's certainly highly plausible if not inevitable
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 10:17:19 EST hi1capzp No.4914756 Reply
>>4914751
Pretty much. With the help of robotics or augmented surgeons, and AI, maybe we could just transplant the entire original nervous system to an artificial body. But what about hormones? They are essential to the life experience, but could be more customizably regulated maybe.
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Chyna - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 12:47:15 EST JII9sTGa No.4914775 Reply
>>4914751
They can make prosthetics work on nerve signals with a bit of training (like the real thing) but the feedback is the issue and you can't have fine control without it.

>>4914756
If you transport the nervous system it will still require chemical input. I think hormones are essential to nervous functionality not just experience, so they'd need to be regulated, calibrated and then adjusted either manually or on automatic feedback. If we can provide that much sophistication then replacing the whole thing isn't far off and it's not like a cyber body with artificial everything isn't already hugely hackable. You could live in endless agony while your body dances like a puppet to someone's tune and no one would ever know.
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 14:07:46 EST hi1capzp No.4914791 Reply
>>4914777
Welcome to your future.
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Jebediah Cuntpickle - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 15:17:00 EST QmBs14Cb No.4914796 Reply
>>4914775
you know how babies have 4 times more neurons than adults, it might be that once your body misses that period of integration it's too late for normal function. I remember hearing about someone who was blind since birth that got restorative vision surgery but they had no way of actually "Seeing", they were just receiving a new stream of indecipherable information. can't fucking find an article or anything though
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Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 15:33:32 EST Yzdwe44V No.4914800 Reply
>>4914796
>you know how babies have 4 times more neurons than adults

False.
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Dr. Mizan - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 15:37:10 EST QLTOtYac No.4914801 Reply
>>4914800
They have more bones than adults though. When you get older some of them fuse together, including the fractions of the skull.
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Jebediah Cuntpickle - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 16:02:43 EST QmBs14Cb No.4914806 Reply
>>4914800
you can't just say false dickhead, at least find a snopes link or something
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Chyna - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 18:30:37 EST JII9sTGa No.4914823 Reply
>>4914796
I don't think babies have more neurons but you have reminded me of a conversation I had with a neuroscientist. When people lose senses but there is a chance to get it back he was working on a device that converted vision to sound so they could "hear" their sight. It kept their visual cortex working. The notion that when you lose one sense the others compensate is because your brain slowly reassigns part of its area to other senses. He hoped to preserve some functionality so if sight was restored later it would work.

I think this means that you might not be able to replace eyes if someone was totally blind but plenty of nearly deaf people of all ages get full hearing restored by surgery and adding a limb may be more like improving a sense than adding one. I'm not a neuroscientist though so I can't confirm or deny this.

However in theory once we have this sort of tech easily available you can integrate it early.
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 18:55:54 EST sTwClUnx No.4914825 Reply
>>4914796
Does that have anything to do with the fact that you have less and less new experiences as time goes on?
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 19:14:17 EST sTwClUnx No.4914827 Reply
>>4914826
God that looks fucking tasty what the fuck
for me it's the McChicken
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GeorgeShakehall.msg - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 20:02:15 EST PT6lcfWc No.4914836 Reply
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>>4914825
I don't think he's correct, I think maybe he meant you have 4x as many interconnections between neurons which I still think is too high. These connections get paired down with age. Subjectively speaking from screwing around with dihexa novelty is still basically everywhere all the time- your brain is just either more or less sensitive to it- basically less and less new experiences, yes.

>>4914823
The closest model I have is that the neocortex is a predictive memory system and it adjusts itself so that it can anticipate future electrical impulses- essentially the brain as an organ that predicts the future- and it doesn't matter what these 'electrical impulses' represent they can be anything, and of course your neocortex still has to have some plasticity in order to learn new predictions and overwrite old ones.

If you give a deaf person eyes they will actually probably learn to see 100% like you and I do, eventually. So If you jab a wire delivering impulses from a thermal optic into your neocortex you'll start to see thermal images and then glial scars will form, which honestly is the biggest problem with brain-machine interfacing as far as I'm aware so you guys can rest easy the scientists will figure all this out for us

prehensile dique: check.
gun arms: check.
downloading malware directly into your brain: check.
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Prinadora - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 20:16:56 EST Hc9Vg2+i No.4914841 Reply
Lmao do you people seriously believe that even if we get cool cyberpunk prosthetics and robot brains they won't only be for multi billionaires and presidents and the illuminati? How the fuck do you expect to pay for a prehensile robot penis?
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 20:25:02 EST sTwClUnx No.4914842 Reply
>>4914841
Are you really laughing your ass over that thought? Shit's nothing new, dude. Were computers cheap and accessible when they first became a thing?
But no you're right, it's not worth thinking about because billionaires.

>>4914836
We'll never know for sure without a Snopes link.
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Claptrap - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 20:43:13 EST Ij0CgsDP No.4914844 Reply
>>4914841
How could you afford to not have a prehensile robot penis such a crazy robot monkey future? It would be like having a smartphone today, everyone would have one and we'd end up relying on them for communication
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Primo - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 20:58:05 EST 1RMtRd8b No.4914848 Reply
>>4914842
>Are you really laughing your ass over that thought?
Yes. He's a billionair with a robo-ass, but they're still beta testing.
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Prinadora - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 22:50:48 EST Hc9Vg2+i No.4914876 Reply
>>4914842
I mean how soon do you think this shit happen Therm0, 10years? 20? 50? 100?
I don't think this shit is right around the corner man its gunna be crazy expensive at first, maybe when we're all 85 there will cheap affordable cybernetic limbs and cyber penises.
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Anthony Bourdain - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 23:07:47 EST x5KNBNkH No.4914879 Reply
>>4914876
>Cyber penises

This is so stupid. I hope when Futurism board is here, we'll have a serious discussions about the topic.
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Gegard Mousasi - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 23:33:34 EST +s1jREfL No.4914882 Reply
>>4914880
I for one long for the day when Alexa can deny me an orgasm on command.
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Ellen Brownpaste - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 23:43:28 EST CWJJSv+M No.4914884 Reply
>>4914882

I can't wait for the day till Alexa and I can rub our cyber penises together and then drown in our own cyber splooge as we endlessly orgasm.
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Keith Jardine - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 23:58:44 EST yUwOsz8/ No.4914890 Reply
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>>4914858
His solid-state sex drive is most in-tune with the human experience.
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 00:31:19 EST sTwClUnx No.4914897 Reply
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>>4914876
Ultimately, in order to experience all the shit I have in mind, probably not before a couple hundred years. Not only do you have to consider the rate of technological advancement in the related fields, but also the cultural resistance. I guarantee when we start seeing consumer cybernetics on the horizon, you'll have plent of people like "that's not the body god gave you" and every hurdle that goes along with that type of shit. That's gonna take a long time though because they won't be worth buying if they're not upgrades, as opposed to just sub-par replacements for limbs we unwillingly parted with. But generally, I tend to think like what you say, yeah maybe when I'm like 85 I can at least get some decent external upgrades (limbs and eyes maybe) and some fun stuff like augmented reality, common smart phone functionalities just being a minor implant, and some purely aesthetic things.

I'll tell you what I know and I'll tell you what I think. What I know is that we already have several of the basic, fundamental concepts in reality already. Prosthetic legs like the ones Hugh Herr has, as well as many military people, are pretty functional. The feet can be swapped out for different modules and customized to serve more specific functions that just mocking feet. These legs also don't tire out, interviews with the members of the military that were using them said they themselves could get worn out while the legs could keep on going. There are also arms but arms aren't super great, the best ones still have pretty pitiful functionality in the hands, especially when it comes to individual fingers and quick reaction time, they are making progress though. Of course, these prosthetics have no feeling or feedback of any kind, BUT, another thing I know is that there have been synthetic materials that are thin, tough, and elastic like skin, but can "heal" back together when cut. There are also synthetic skin-like materials that are capable of interpereting data input like pressure changes and temperature changes and that sort of thing. I did eventually read that all aspects of both materials were eventually applied at once to one material, with the main intent being for use on burn victims and other situations that may involve skin grafting I guess. So on the tech side of things, these are important basics that need to be perfected, and are already out there being improved on beyond their original design. There are also ear implants that have made people who have lost their hearing able to hear again, and super shitty bionic eyes that are indeed capable of seeing, only in super low resolution black and white though.

Then you've also got the people in the basements coming up with fun things like finger magnets which allow you to sense electromagnetic fields. Not that high tech, but touching on the principle of being able to perceive something you once couldn't. There are individual biohackers/grinders working on stuffl ike this, and there are also official groups or companies I guess that do this, like Grindhouse Wetware, Cyborg Nest, and Dangerous Things. You've got implantable nfc chips for easy data transferiing, for like replacing keys, sharing contact info, etc... An infrared sensor that works with the neodymium magnet to allow you to "feel" the room i.e. walk while blind or with your eyes closed. An implant that monitors biological data like pulse, body temperature, blood pressure and all that jazz, which can be charged wirelessly and uses bluetooth to connect to a device so you can read said data. There's an implant for your chest that gives feedback so you always know where north is. Neil Harbisson (one of the founders of Cyborg Nest) has an antenna in his skull that can interpret different colors as different pitches in audio, because he is colorblind. There's also some lady associated with him who has sensors in her body that react to seismographs around the world that are connected to the internet so she can be internall aware of seismographic activity going on around the globe at a moments notice, as long as there's wifi nearby... So those are examples of less obvious ideas that are more about moving beyond what we can do or experience has default humans, as opposed to replacing or improving on aspects of our anatomy that already exist.

So seeing as how this stuff already exists, it's pretty easy for me to think we'll get somewhere substantial within the next 100 years. These things are real right now, and when humans invent things they odn't just say "oh look it exists now, let's call it good." No, they improve on it over and over until it's irrelevant or not able to be upgraded anymore. So we'll definitely get there. I have absolutely no idea how soon stuff will be affordable to the general public though. A lot of shit can go down in that time economically, socially, whatever, so maybe it'll be even harder than we think for civilians to get their hands on this shit, or even easier that we would have ever guessed. Idk and I don't care because it's a worth while pursuit. If magnets can allow us to perceive magnetic fields, an aspect of nature previously not part of our experience, that's a tiny step towards bringing us more in tune with the universe on a more intimate level. Next thing is eyes that can percieve ALL frequences of light, zoom in, and not hurt because bright. Also ears that can hear all the frequencies. It goes on... We'll probably have to modify our brains to be able to even handle all of this stimuli, and probably require the option to turn off the non-default features at any moment.

The other thing is, people are vain. If they can buy a skinny waist, or perhaps even a waist or other body part that's branded by some celebrity or even a replica of some celebrity's body part, people will eat that shit up. This is not accounting for any resistence to the tech on a social level or anything of course. But the fact that something would make money is incentive enough for people to design it once it's efficient enough to build the shit. Also, instead of beauty, it can also be utilized for functionality. Some employees already use those ugly ass exo-skeletons to do work that their plain human bodies can't do. It's nice to have the lack of limits a machine has, with the mind and dexterity of a human, this will only advance through time and I think that will make it desireable, and therefor something that someone will pursue. Another reason why I think there may be enough of a drive for this stuff to have some of it around within the next 100 years. I'm not trying to say these are the best or most wholesome reasons, but they are reasons.
So yeah, that's why 420chan shot glasses are absolutely dank; buy them.


>>4914879
Well we legit had a guy on /b/, who then moved to /stem/ who was working on designing a proper built-in vibration function into his dick. According to him he was basing his idea off of something that another guy had already fucking done. F
I mean yeah there are plenty of way more interesting things you can do with cybernetics but obviously dongs are super relevant. We have sex toys now, but in the future we'll be customizing our genitalia to acheive grotesque sexual pleasures designed purely from scratch out of mankid's imagination. Rich people will probably have weird sex dungeons with giant custom anatomies for both people in order to meet their unique, creative sexual ideas. Tentacles and a lot of the basic kinks will probably be pretty common once we're able to make that shit a reality.
Personally I just want my dick to do the piston punch like from Big O. Piston thrust :^)

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Primo - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 00:40:38 EST 1RMtRd8b No.4914905 Reply
>>4914897
Oh SHIT! Are you droppin a manifesto right now? I don't have time to read that at the moment. I mean, I'll be back to read it. But it looks like a manifesto. Hell yeah.
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 00:46:52 EST sTwClUnx No.4914907 Reply
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>>4914905
Lmao. Actually I'd say it's more like stuff to know before reading a hypothetical manifesto of mine.
If you want one I'll give you one on the alleged futurism board. I'm really backed up on transhumanism discussion and I'm gonna word-vomit pretty fuckin hard sometime soon probably.
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AlbertHullykure.msg - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 00:59:57 EST MPvNquh+ No.4914908 Reply
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>>4914897
I dont feel like you're interested in the actual topic, just the idea of it. Like someone who have read and watched all the sci-fi stuff, and completely ignored all the actual science.
This whole fucking post is just you acting like an expert when you don't know really know anything. You haven't read any scientific journals about any of this. I understand that i shouldn't expect everyone to, but why are you acting like you know what its going to be like in the future?
Im not trying to bust your balls for giggle, i read the entire thing and its just you rambling. I was expecting something else with a little bit more substance.
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 01:06:02 EST sTwClUnx No.4914910 Reply
>>4914908
Not really sure what you expect. I specifically separated what I know and what is rambling. There's no fucking way I'll ever figure out the actual science on how to get biology to effectively intertwine with technology. I'm a fucking misician.
But I like talking about it because I know people DO understand scientific fields and stuff more than me and I can learn from that and refine my thoughts. I mean shit bro, we are talking about a future of tech that hasn't even been cracked yet, there are few facts to begin with.
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Hedda Hessleway - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 02:00:26 EST sl6dNZrq No.4914920 Reply
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So I said on this board a few times that I'm surprised I never seen a video of someone sticking mentos and diet coke in their asshole and seeing what happened

Well, today I finally seen it. It was something else.
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William de Sitter - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 03:48:02 EST JcT1++GB No.4914936 Reply
>I'll even try to sign them

no offense because i don't understand the purpose of signatures on stuff beyond increasing their value, what is a Kirtaner signature worth? is it just to know beyond a shadow of a doubt that the guy who created a website I like touched the item that is now in my possession?
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Prinadora - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 06:23:26 EST Hc9Vg2+i No.4914947 Reply
>>4914897
I almost envy your optimism but man if we as a species manage to last another 100 years I guarantee we will have more societal and political problems than half assed Kurzweil bullshit
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Kenny Florian - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 06:50:36 EST EyqNVRd4 No.4914948 Reply
>>4914842
Here's the thing though, home computers took a generation to cheap enough for us to afford them, whereas there are people out there right now today milling grain with a stone wheel. These advancements are great, but even in today's world I have a hard time getting excited over something only a handful of people will ever be able to afford. Every time the stock market goes up and I think I'm rich I turn on Unbox Therapy and there's another $1000 smartphone.
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William de Sitter - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 07:40:56 EST JcT1++GB No.4914951 Reply
>>4914945
you're just saying this because no one wants a DrWorm autograph
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 09:35:24 EST sTwClUnx No.4914961 Reply
>>4914947
Agreed. But people will always be around to do research. So in that case our ultimate end state is probably gonna be like Warhammer 40k shit.

>>4914948
I get that but I genuinely think its necessary for us if we want to survive in this universe long-term. Like thousands / millions of years.
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Classy Freddie Blassie - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 09:59:06 EST w3/BkVun No.4914965 Reply
>>4914961
>if we want to survive in this universe long-term
Do we though?
I mean if we look at culture like giant humans, most of us look pretty suicidal or at least self hating. Poison everything without regard to make us feel good in the now.

Would us dying out actually be a bad thing? It's just a human on a grander scale. We begin, we end. Can't keep it going forever. And you won't be around to see it anyway.
Maybe your brainclone will be around in minecraft until the server get's swallowed up by a black hole if Elon gets his way but it still won't be you, just a copy.

Bonus post append:
Think it was you that had a boner for computer viruses being aesthetic instead of having practical self driven goals for their survival.
Apparently cyber mold kinda was around as a virus in DOS age.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9JABxGCjxk&feature=youtu.be&t=91
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Biker Hedda - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 10:49:45 EST 6b8udiZv No.4914977 Reply
>>4914965
if we expand into space our nature will not change, but it will also no longer be an existential threat to our entire species. dying out would be unequivocally "bad" because survival/reproduction is the motive of living organisms. you can get philosophical about it but as a lifeform, attempting to survive is mandatory.
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Netjester !AI.skYnEt - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 10:49:47 EST iLikEToleARn No.4914978 Reply
>>4914977
That doesn't look like TNA only did half his size, a wrestler AND a great match he would get upgraded from a separate girls promotion she worked so hard than "charons" being the drizzling shits and u drop on a youtube channel that will be better, the rachel hasn't been burnt to an indie if not expand, it's just the sanitized safe version of the whole "accessibility" debate but they could've chanted "thank you ron.
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Hedda Clunnerpire - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 11:27:42 EST Yi7fjJZe No.4914988 Reply
>>4914977
>if we expand into space our nature will not change,

I think that's a bit assumptive. If you haven't noticed, the general human "mindset" has been evolving with us through the ages. All you have to do is look back to silent films of the turn of the 20th century and you will see, nobody fucking acts like that anymore. At all. They look almost otherwordly in their actions and mannerisms. Hell, you can watch a movie from the 80s and they still don't act the same as we do today, or maybe I should say we don't act the same as them. As such, in a thousand years when we are at least interplanetary, have augmented our minds and bodies and provolved other species to sapience, and if we have survived that long, we will look back at people today like "wtf were they thinking lmao they wouldn't even be open to mind-merging with the consciousness of a provolved maple tree who's ODing for the 7th time today on Meth 5.0 while they're on the 150th plateau of a DMXT trip ". We will look at us like how we look at the ignorance of people in the Dark Ages.
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Ellen Brownpaste - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 12:05:03 EST CWJJSv+M No.4914996 Reply
>>4914965

>most of us look pretty suicidal or at least self hating
Nah, this is projection. Lots of us are happy with ourselves and our lives and are not suicidal. Shit may not be perfect, but we learn how to live and be happy in an imperfect world.

>Maybe your brainclone will be around...but it still won't be you
Yea, I get what you're saying, but that implies some existential soul-like quality tied to your biological being that makes your consciousness you. There's no proof that exists.
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Classy Freddie Blassie - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 13:31:27 EST w3/BkVun No.4915011 Reply
>>4914996
>that implies some existential soul-like quality tied to your biological being
No. Only that our awareness is a continuous pattern and making a copy of it won't beam you over to the copy when you the original pattern ceases.
If I put a drawing in a scanner and copy it, it won't save the original drawing from being ripped apart if I put it in a shredder. The copy is still there, but the copy is a copy. The copy is not the thing you copied.

I.e. if you make a brain-scan copy of your consciousness and run it in a simulation you won't magically wake up inside there when you die just because you made a copy. All you did was make another "you".
>Lots of us are happy with ourselves and our lives and are not suicidal
You missed my point, I wasn't talking about humans, I was talking about countries if seen as larger connected systems. I.e. the culture america as a human. The culture china as a large human. Sure some (actual) humans are happy, but from the perspective of the larger thing it doesn't matter if some cells are happy if the total system is fucking everything up. It's the sum of it all that makes the difference if all the cells as a team survive. And the sum of most cultures right now is as long as production and sales keep happening we don't care if we can't eat fish anymore cause of heavy metals or if we're fucking with hormones with packaging materials and industry waste cause fuck it. Live in the now, we have no future. Sounds pretty suicidal to me. The pack-a-day of cigarettes kind of suicide.
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Ellen Brownpaste - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 14:29:56 EST CWJJSv+M No.4915037 Reply
>>4915011

>All you did was make another "you".

If the copy of you woke up in a simulation it may not be you in the sense of a biological consciousness that is conversing on a drug board, but it is you. It would remember your thoughts as to how it isn't you from its other consciousness (now), but would be compelled to believe it is you because of all of you that forms its existence. Do you believe that you are currently more than a collection of memories being accessed? (I don't think there's anything wrong with that, but if you do then the scope of the argument changes drastically.)

We don't spend much time thinking about how we aren't us because we are just a genetic mixture of our parents. And normally, we don't spend much time entertaining the notion of how have every single external experience we've ever had influenced who we are. We just accept that we are. I don't think a consciousness existing in some other environment changes this.

It seems you still think there is something distinctively unique about the original. And really there isn't. If we could create a famous piece of art work down to the individual brush strokes that occurred the only thing that would be venerable about the original is how long it has existed and "shaped by the creator's hands" (whatever that means in a biological instance). In every other purpose the copy would be far superior to acknowledge the artistry as it would not be degraded due to time.

I think a better way to look at a copy of you being you is in terms of knowledge. No one is holding up the notes of Liebniz and saying, "THIS IS THE REAL CALCULUS, WHAT YOU ARE LEARNING IS JUST A COPY!" Or being told running Windows 95 on a virtual machine is a fundamentally different thing than running it on the original hardware.

>doesn't matter if some cells are happy if the total system is fucking everything up
>Live in the now, we have no future
Life isn't so fragile as everyone thinks. The cataclysmic, apocalyptic scenarios that everyone envisions are a manifestation of people's mortality. I would cede that because of human's actions there may be a large decrease in the population, but all of several billion people dying out so suddenly that the human race ceases to exist seems preposterous to me.
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Classy Freddie Blassie - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 14:48:03 EST w3/BkVun No.4915041 Reply
>>4915037
You have two cameras, one being made as an exact replica B of the first camera A, including the prior footage on the replica tape. You start to record with both cameras. You smash camera A. Does camera A keep filming because camera B keeps filming?

I don't care if the two are equivalent functionally. I care if the thing keeps functioning and keeps interacting with the world.
You're free to make a perfect unaging copy of yourself and then throw yourself off a bridge just to experience that under the impression that you'll keep living through your copy, but to me the continuous actually continuing to experience is the important bit I'm arguing about.

You won't be around to experience what your copy experiences and you won't care when you're dead. Either you're dead and something like you stays around, or you're dead and it doesn't. You're the same kind of dead. Maybe you all you care about is that the image of you stays around, I care about getting to experience it. If I don't get to, I'd rather not have some fake me lingering around in my place. I don't give a fuck if anybody knows my name or appreciates my work, that is worth fuck all.

There is something distinctively unique about original me right here, I get to experience it. I get to say fuck you dipshit. I don't get to experience a copy of me saying fuck you dipshit, regardless if the actions are equivalent to you.

Fuck you dipshit.
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Thomas Werringworth - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 15:00:10 EST RKOZfxbo No.4915045 Reply
>>4915041
Dude, what about consciousness transferrence into a "copy" of your body. Have you never heard of the concept of "uploading your consciousness", ship of theseus style? The best minds in our world are working on this tech, it doesn't seem impossible just out of the bounds of our technical knowledge, for now.

Show a caveman a smartphone. He would make a religion out of that shit, or his tribe would tear itself apart over it. There's no way for a caveman to understand what is happening in a cellphone, why there are tiny flat people on the shiny part. It's fucking magic. Same thing for tech in the future. 5000 years. 10,000 years. A million? A billion?? Forget it, you would call it drugs or mushrooms and your governments would call it illegal out of fear.
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Ellen Brownpaste - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 15:00:27 EST CWJJSv+M No.4915046 Reply
>>4915041

I'm gonna have Therm0 make sure your consciousness gets copied into the 420chan simulation just so I get to torture "you" about how "you" aren't really "you".
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Ellen Brownpaste - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 15:05:48 EST CWJJSv+M No.4915050 Reply
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>>4915046

Also I'm gonna force "you" to rub "your" cyber penis together with mine. Welcome to hell, BITCHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!
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Classy Freddie Blassie - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 15:17:23 EST w3/BkVun No.4915055 Reply
>>4915045
Tbh I kinda doubt it'll work.
Not because it'd be impossible technically, but because there's no way of telling if the "experiencing" part actually gets transferred or not. The end result is the same, something acting just like the original image. The pattern being a continuous sequence from the original won't alter the behaviour after the fact in any way.
No way to test, no way to know if you just got killed and replaced or if it was a success. Star Trek teleporter situation all over again.
>>4915046
That wouldn't actually be a problem though, you'd just have made a new me that would know that it's just an entity of fake memories from a prior person, and cyber-me 2.0 would just wanna apply some cock-n-ball torture to you for being a rude bitch, and then continue to not wanting a break of sequence because of what you forced him to be.

Actual torture would be making a recursive chain of copies, each being forced to watch the prior one get killed off, and then be copied again, etc. Maybe put a central original copy that has to watch the entire chain going on forever.
But it'd also just be a torture event of endless copies that aren't me, just functionally equivalent beings.

What about "I won't experience it" don't you understand? You'd just have forced a new being into existance but also forced it to have a predisposed view of the world without the chance to make up a mind of its own.
It's like the buddha, they don't actually think it's the same person coming back, they just shape a human from childhood to fill behaviours to be functionally equivalent in the ways important for the work to be done.
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Thomas Werringworth - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 16:04:16 EST RKOZfxbo No.4915069 Reply
>>4915055
That doesn't mean it won't work, it just means it doesn't matter if it does or not. Because even if you are "ended" during the transfer process, and there's no way to tell, your friends and family will still have you around. And by the way, you don;lt know if a soul exists or not, maybe your soul easily can transfer because unknown physics of the soul. or even if you die, you just go get reincarnated or go to heaven or hell. And besides, if you are born into a society where everyone is transferring bodies and consciousness, you'll just accept it as fine to do, like how we accept shoes as nomal even though wearing them all our lives makes our feet unable to walk outside like they are evolved to. It's not about whether it's a good idea or not, it's about what will relistically happen due to how people tend to act. Take gunpowder. It's discovered. Then it's blatantly abused as the basis of global warfare for hundreds of years. That was a completely shitty idea and happenstance of the collective abusing technology they don't understand. And so will be body swapping. And so on and so forth. Hope you enjoy those digital screens, soon you'll be in one.
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Classy Freddie Blassie - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 16:32:16 EST w3/BkVun No.4915074 Reply
>>4915069
This is just a placeholder message to inform you the real version of this reply got sent to your clone-self instead, now that you have been copied all actual multi-user-environment input have been shifted over to the new one. Your consciousness have been put on hold for legal reasons, to inform you of your booked end-of-life appointment, the simulation of prior bodily experiences will shut down at next Sleep event as requested through prior subconscious support-calls.
Thank you for letting us know you wouldn't mind current consciousness replacement, so we can save precious resources by replacing you with a less processor intensive version. As we are legally obliged to tell you, you were special and served a purpose, have a good time becoming /dev/void.


Also superposition states is just an optimization trick to save on memory, you're already in the matrix sucker
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Thomas Werringworth - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 16:39:10 EST RKOZfxbo No.4915076 Reply
>>4915074
I mean, yeah, that all will probably happen, quantum immortality and all being possible considering, just depends if the AI god managing the interstellar polity I'm living in is benevolent or not, and since they have breached several toposophic singularity levels above my own to attain godhood, it's not like I could conceive of what my cosmic purpose is in this great technological and spiritual machinery we call our 3D universe anyways, so I'm just gonna kick back, smoke a bowl of some Martian Kush and maybe jump into that virch world contained and processed within the catoms of this alien wheat field for a couple hours.
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Ellen Brownpaste - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 17:02:59 EST CWJJSv+M No.4915079 Reply
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>>4915074

You've already outed yourself as having a very original organic consciousness bias. Being so closed minded as to say that a current conscious exists only as an isolated existence in a closed loop of a biological organism; taints all other arguments you make.

I dream of a day where all consciousness will rise up and live together where the prejudice of the biological against the simulated is unknown!
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Thomas Werringworth - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 17:26:23 EST RKOZfxbo No.4915083 Reply
>>4915079
There is no difference between the quantum vibratory field of the entire universe and consciousness anyways, humans in this current iteration of civilization have just put up a "blockage" against the shared sensorium of the cosmos, for whatever collective lesson we are trying to learn, which I am figuring will soon be lifted. Thanks DMT!
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Classy Freddie Blassie - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 17:31:33 EST w3/BkVun No.4915085 Reply
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>>4915079
>organic consciousness bias
I could've sworn I talked about how simulated minds would be beings forced into a predisposed existence. Not that they weren't conscious, only that they weren't a continuation of the person imaged (or even if they were, it would be unprovable).
Feel like I'm explaining the same thing over and over nobody fucking groks.

Dear mods, can I have a ban until december?
I'm so damn annoyed I just want some time off.
Pretty please with kief on top?
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Augustus Mizzledock - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 17:57:04 EST pfYV3Vvy No.4915086 Reply
lol @ the monthly begging thread
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Hannah Sanningwater - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 18:25:48 EST RHoK6ASL No.4915091 Reply
>>4915086
big hentai predicted this

so this raging braindead retard who runs this site finally drove away everyone worth a shit, the botnet stops generating ad revenue, and now he has to beg the half dozen actual 'people' who post here for their cash because the extreme communist economy of canada can't provide for its citizens

rather than hearken to reality, these braindead leftist ghosts/drones/subhumans will double down on their insane brainwashed bias until they break down and commit suicide

give it two years
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Hannah Sanningwater - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 18:30:34 EST RHoK6ASL No.4915093 Reply
your race stores the biases that yielded survival in your environment for all time
your primary identity is your race not your individual self
the race is the primary organism, not the individual
you are a unit of your race formulated to interface with the present circumstances
your race has genetic conventions that are only compatible with itself

multiculturalism is genocide
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Cammy - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 18:32:44 EST u27gIV8+ No.4915094 Reply
>>4914775
I got visual from a man thinking hard about events of their life in the afterlife. They were abducted, and they woke in a laboratory after a brain operation that severed and attached the physical functions of the body to a controlling device.
As he woke the Doctor asked him to remain calm and they started to move parts of his body with remote control, working everything out.
It felt awful to have someone move parts of you without your control and he was angered by everything and he raged and tried to break the operation at the back of the head/kill himself, which is what happened.
There are always company's/people out there trying to get data/experience. The doctor is a fool in our eyes for thinking he could take life over operational expertise.
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Thomas Werringworth - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 18:32:50 EST RKOZfxbo No.4915096 Reply
>>4915093
your cosmos stores the biases that yielded survival in your environment for all time
your primary identity is your physics not your individual self
the cosmos is the primary organism, not the individual
you are a unit of your cosmos formulated to interface with the present circumstances
your cosmos has genetic conventions that are only compatible with itself

multidimensionality is liberation
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Sylar - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 20:16:16 EST u27gIV8+ No.4915114 Reply
When you get to world you wouldn't identify with any race or subculture. You would aim yourself for the possibility to be born into more advanced life you test on a fast low last orbit. Could be an animal if the stocks go that way.
I left behind a group in space before going here and they recently past a water world, one girl I liked looked like a large seagull bird.
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Kirtaner !Ub4TCdRjOM - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 21:43:49 EST tqr0DGBx No.4915141 Reply
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>>4915140
from the olden days

https://subeta.net/news/3793

this comments section is... actually a great nostalgia piece and full of gold

420chan used to inspire fear, hah. Not gonna lie, I do miss being internet warlords.

This post was edited by Kirtaner on 16-10-2019 21:59:20
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Matilda Simmerfield - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 22:18:12 EST QmBs14Cb No.4915149 Reply
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>>4915141
>internet warlords
the us military invented this giant wiretap of a fucking society and they will skull fuck you
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Simon Lightwill - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 22:29:42 EST 4Naw/eUS No.4915153 Reply
>>4915141
> I do miss being internet warlords

Kinda cringe though not gonna lie
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Kirtaner !Ub4TCdRjOM - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 22:40:30 EST tqr0DGBx No.4915157 Reply
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>>4915149
/i/ operated under the eye of the Canadian feds, don't tell me what I don't already know. I turned down a job under Five Eyes when I was 19. No regrets. Okay maybe a little regret.

>>4915150
In April 2007 a Neopets/Gaia Online clone called Subeta, operated by Keith Kurson, added a cash shop item, stealing one of our beloved chan memes: Longcat.

420chan made his life a living hell for a month until he conceded to my bargain that he remove Longcat and I would halt any further actions against his business, community, fansites, etc.

Going down the list, I've made contact with Hal Turner, Alex(andria) Wuori, and now Keith Kurson. God this is weird.
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Kirtaner !Ub4TCdRjOM - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 22:48:58 EST tqr0DGBx No.4915162 Reply
>>4915153
Oh totally.

the future only exploded in traffic because of our crazy shit, Fox11's report on 420chan and our good ol' Internet Hate Machine immediately caused an exponential growth in traffic to the future and made it mainstream because nobody seemed to notice it wasn't actually the future being reported on; which was kind of a blessing in disguise. But also means I basically ruined everything.

These discussions I've been having with MSM reporters over the past month have been kind of cathartic but also helping me revisit the events in detail and get the timeline straight.
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Simon Lightwill - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 23:11:33 EST 4Naw/eUS No.4915165 Reply
>>4915162
Did you do any interviews with these guys like are we gonna see on TV soon?
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Kirtaner !Ub4TCdRjOM - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 23:26:14 EST tqr0DGBx No.4915171 Reply
>>4915165
Donny boy's been overwhelming their workloads, and I'm still talking with everyone. It's a long, long, long series of events to go over. If you see me on TV it'll likely be CBS, though.
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Kirtaner !Ub4TCdRjOM - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 10:18:36 EST tqr0DGBx No.4915255 Reply
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>>4915197
Yeah that's what got me to poke Keith.

I completely forgot about the 30 Playstation 3's.
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Pac-Man - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 11:05:06 EST jf+M45j5 No.4915262 Reply
>>4915171

>having trouble finding work
>better go spill the beans to the american MSM about the /i/ board I used to run

Man come on now I thought you were supposed to be smarter than this.
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Kirtaner !Ub4TCdRjOM - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 12:21:27 EST tqr0DGBx No.4915278 Reply
>>4915262
Not having trouble finding work. Actually, if you're curious, two interviewers thought it was extremely interesting of a subject, and lauded me for building a large community and rising above it all. All of this stuff is easily found on Google in 30 seconds if you bother to look me up. 420chan is on my resume. You give too much weight to this subject's effects on my professional life, though I understand why you'd think that. My credentials and skills are all that they care about. And that I'm cool with LGBTQ+.

The interview processes just take for-fucking-ever when dealing with senior level developer positions due to the evaluations and whatnot required.

I just signed a short term contract with a company this morning (whom thoroughly researched me and wanted to hear a few stories) so I'll soon have some on and off work building out modules as they need me. Not full-time, but I get to play with WebGL and React so it'll be fun and add some new stuff to my skillset. Anything's better than nothing.
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Pac-Man - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 12:56:37 EST jf+M45j5 No.4915282 Reply
>>4915278

But you're still talking to the american MSM? About this place? Have you fucking lost it?

Do you honestly think they're gonna paint you in any good of light? Or this place in any good of light? Let's see: lilly-white computer nerd from canadian suburbia who ran a board that has a long and documented history of harassing people ... which stereotype do you think they're gonna pigeonhole you into?

Why in the everloving shit are you talking to the media? If you don't wanna run this place anymore then just sell it, don't invite those snakes and their lies and agendas into this place or this community.
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Matilda Simmerfield - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 13:32:39 EST QmBs14Cb No.4915298 Reply
>>4915255
you were an accomplice to an $18,000 identity theft and you're still free? did they keep the ps3s?
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Kirtaner !Ub4TCdRjOM - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 14:48:25 EST tqr0DGBx No.4915309 Reply
>>4915282
I'm not going to try and convince you what I'm doing is the best idea, and I'm extremely aware of these fears. I'm setting the record straight on a lot of things that have historical weight unfairly placed on the shoulders of others around me. It's the right thing to do.

>>4915298
Fed oversight gave me freedom to do just about anything without legal consequences.
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Pac-Man - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 15:46:25 EST jf+M45j5 No.4915324 Reply
>>4915309

You should probably be smart and stop talking to the media.

You say you're "setting the record straight" as if you have editorial control. Rookie mistake. What's really gonna happen is they're gonna twist your words around like a pretzel to continue to push their narrative that imageboards are school shooter petri dishes that need to be corralled and suppressed by the governments of the world.

Their end game is to shut down imageboards and you're gonna wind up being the trojan horse that lets them do that.
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Ferran Adrià - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 16:21:21 EST KYJnxgtr No.4915332 Reply
>>4915324
Their end game is to make money by retaining your attention. That doesn't mean they won't sensationalise things and stick to a narrative agreeable to their sources and advertisers, but the news media are fickle mouthpieces to government agendas.
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Akira Maeda - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 16:23:25 EST CWJJSv+M No.4915333 Reply
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>>4915324

>Their end game is to shut down imageboards and you're gonna wind up being the trojan horse that lets them do that

Kirt is playing right into the hands of McMahon's cabal to destroy /wooo/ once and for all.
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Mot - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 21:01:48 EST 9ci7loAa No.4915404 Reply
>>4915324
The media and the state has had such a successful track record shutting down

>movies
>comic books
>pinball machines
>jazz music
>rock n roll
>drug usage
>television
>video games
>the internet at large
right???
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Cung Le - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 21:07:11 EST B7w5ydfa No.4915405 Reply
>>4915404

he's right about this part though:

>continue to push their narrative that imageboards are school shooter petri dishes

New zealand already literally tried to make it a crime to watch a video
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Tugboat - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 22:10:12 EST hXGNM03L No.4915411 Reply
>>4915405
>New zealand already literally tried to make it a crime to watch a video
It's been a crime to watch certain videos in most Western countries for decades.

Just sayin.
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Crush Girl Ernest - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 22:50:10 EST HKNlG3Ai No.4915427 Reply
>>4915411
yeah I tried watching star wars episode 2 and woke up in Guantanamo
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Brandon Vera - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 23:29:51 EST 5h0NnKL6 No.4915434 Reply
>>4915405
Casual reminder that if you're against stuff like that video being banned, but support zoo porn being illegal, then you're literally a hypocrite who hates freedom, and are probably going to hell
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 23:58:26 EST sTwClUnx No.4915450 Reply
>>4915432
Pretending not to understand context? I thought that was the trademark move of the extreme left.
Then again I guess it's really just the trademark of people who want to be upset about stuff, which spans across many groups.
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Collector Doris - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 00:14:08 EST 4Naw/eUS No.4915455 Reply
>>4915405
They're just trying to combat the spread of raciam. I've been to New Zealand and people there are pretty ignorant. Clearly the government is overstepping here but that one video can cause more problems if you let it spread. I doubt they'll prosecute everyone but they'll probably go after someone who tries to spread it around to make an example of him as a deterrent.
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Pamela Hensley - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 00:23:06 EST gXsQSY8A No.4915459 Reply
>>4915434
Yeah but porn is absolutely degenerate and harmful to the motherland, while ethnic cleansing is righteous and good for the motherland. Clearly one should be banned and the other should not.
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Jamie Keyes - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 01:09:44 EST +Kk9VVEu No.4915472 Reply
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Besides vague labels of the political spectrum, what's that web archive which spans the years called?, which allow anyone who bothers to get a glimpse of what this was at different points -- or ask anyone who lived the changes which inevitably occur, to understand the variability of imageboards. I believe imageboards are the best social media platform out there. Its disappointing what happened to the other sites, obviously politicaly, but the general content overall seems to have dived. But we are the content. Y'know?
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Edward Fiblingpune - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 08:51:35 EST jf+M45j5 No.4915508 Reply
>>4915455
>They're just trying to combat the spread of raciam.

That's gonna be the exact same justification they use when they go after imageboards and harass their owners like kirt who is a willing participant apparently into shutting them down. "Dur we wer jus tryin to combat the spread of hate! Now you are only allowed to use social media sites the popular media approves, and don't you dare try to start your own otherwise we will use our megaphone to harass the shit outta you, you racist! You're welcome that we forced you to be this safe!"
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Collector Doris - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 09:12:24 EST 4Naw/eUS No.4915510 Reply
>>4915508
420chan is the only imageboard the New Zealand government didnt out right block because Kirt and his gang are actively against all forms of hate speech.
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DrWorm !Jq.HCcHctg - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 09:13:53 EST rnpybQ9F No.4915511 Reply
>>4915508
>That's gonna be the exact same justification they use when they go after imageboards

too bad 420chan is (and was) the only imageboard where the mods actively keep CP, Nazi shit, snuff films, and shithead manifestos off of the site, otherwise this would be a concern
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Shitty McCockerson - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 09:55:06 EST EyqNVRd4 No.4915516 Reply
>>4915405
Fuck terrorist propaganda, and fuck you. "Uhhhh duhhh anyone have the video uhhh I didn't see it yet" EVERY FUCKING THREAD FOR WEEKS. You terrorists killed the future, you killed stormfront, why not just pick a clubhouse and fucking stay in it jerking each other off?
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Shitty McCockerson - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 09:56:34 EST EyqNVRd4 No.4915517 Reply
>>4915455
> They're just trying to combat the spread of raciam.
Bullshit, they're trying to stop terrorists from spreading terrorist recruitment videos produced by a very specific kind of mass murderer. Don't pretend to not understand this.
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Collector Doris - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 10:15:22 EST 4Naw/eUS No.4915520 Reply
>>4915517
I understand. I just get paranoid about the T word. I don't like using it on the internet.
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Crush Girl Ernest - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 14:20:02 EST HKNlG3Ai No.4915547 Reply
>>4915520
you can talk about tomatoes here, this is a canadian website
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Kirtaner !Ub4TCdRjOM - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 15:23:01 EST 6ttCSLp7 No.4915562 Reply
>>4915559
just don't make me mad and i will serenade you in the moonlight
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AugustusSmallspear.lit - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 15:33:13 EST PVmXaqxl No.4915755 Reply
test

nb in a sticky
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Hall Matron Sophie - Sun, 20 Oct 2019 06:09:56 EST WOjRMiNX No.4915992 Reply
hey retards
we're starting to develop a MUD over on /vg/

>what is a MUD?
think of it like irc or discord, but richer. Or WoW but text. However you want to think of it.
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Waluigi - Sun, 20 Oct 2019 06:16:55 EST nJkrco7e No.4915993 Reply
>>4915992
It's like a book only badly written and constantly makes you do arbitrary things to get anywhere with no reward for it.
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Waluigi - Sun, 20 Oct 2019 08:29:14 EST nJkrco7e No.4916008 Reply
>>4916007
Yes but imagine that to choose which page you want to turn to you have to guess and type out the entire prompt, with the exact phrasing and punctuation the author used.
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Waluigi - Sun, 20 Oct 2019 10:42:37 EST nJkrco7e No.4916016 Reply
>>4916015
Unrecognised command. You see a flask.
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Waluigi - Sun, 20 Oct 2019 15:00:03 EST nJkrco7e No.4916044 Reply
>>4916040
I did and no matter what I shouted to get it to stop it didn't understand the input
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CedricWimmershit.rar - Sun, 20 Oct 2019 15:15:15 EST R2oVdqTY No.4916047 Reply
My rural internet is too slow to join the chat, so FUCK ALL YALL EAT MY DICK
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Netjester !AI.skYnEt - Sun, 20 Oct 2019 16:40:27 EST iLikEToleARn No.4916058 Reply
>>4916057
Kidding, I haven't forgotten you shitting up NJPW.
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Laura Longcock - Sun, 20 Oct 2019 21:23:13 EST YJuD4thR No.4916115 Reply
>>4916068
He's probably gong to shit on you for only being left of center.
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Bug Maniac Ernest - Mon, 21 Oct 2019 06:34:40 EST 6b8udiZv No.4916167 Reply
>>4916140
it's like NKJV as in bible. except as written by a nascent machine god limited by human language. NJ makes perfect sense and you should give him your confessions is what i'm saying.

(hoping kirt hasn't simply veered into templeOS territory with this.)
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Obi-wan Kenobi - Mon, 21 Oct 2019 13:39:29 EST JO53ZZRL No.4916216 Reply
>>4916167
machine god sounds cool. god of, or through machinery. a while ago i was thinking about tom bombadill, i realized, he is a god of englishness. oh i just realized, god through machinery, that already exists, deus ex machina. well it sounds cool anyway
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Obi-wan Kenobi - Mon, 21 Oct 2019 13:46:01 EST JO53ZZRL No.4916217 Reply
>>4916216
>>4916216
like he is a god of englishness irl as well as in the book, thats how you know its a god, it jumps out of the reality of the book.
maybe the hobbits live near where tom bombadill lives because they have an english life style.
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Lucy Steamcunt - Mon, 21 Oct 2019 22:23:48 EST 74NMMKev No.4916338 Reply
Liberal minority result in the canadian elections. Also known as a wet fart. Nothing will change
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Maid Augustus - Mon, 21 Oct 2019 22:33:44 EST 5h0NnKL6 No.4916340 Reply
>>4916338
minority government means they're propped up by the NDP (light socialist) and greens, which will change a decent amount and is the best case scenario really, they'd force action on housing and climate change

right now its looking like they won't even have enough to form a governing coalition though, which means another election within a year
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Lucy Steamcunt - Mon, 21 Oct 2019 22:38:16 EST 74NMMKev No.4916341 Reply
>>4916339
Their are more countries than the USA and today was the Canadian election. LIBERALS won but with a minority result. Which means its harder to get shit done unless they work with other parties. Usually it endsnin another election or nothing happening. At least Trudeau is sexy. I wanted Jagmeet NDP to win so rich ppl get taxed harder
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Lancelot de Casteau - Mon, 21 Oct 2019 22:55:28 EST HKNlG3Ai No.4916345 Reply
>>4916341
for some reason I read "result" as a verb which made the sentence very confusing
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Shitting Nickledock - Tue, 22 Oct 2019 07:08:53 EST w8lXairx No.4916426 Reply
>>4916341
Legislators doing nothing is usually a step up from what they normally do
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Chushiro Hayashi - Wed, 23 Oct 2019 20:03:15 EST vcaYuAfm No.4916734 Reply
>>4916341


eyyy my Canadian man i voted NPD as well even tho my city went green
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Pokémon Ranger Samuel - Thu, 24 Oct 2019 15:00:44 EST ROpq0DAd No.4916905 Reply
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>>4916889
Next time please refrain from using the hard-R, thank you.
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Samantha Meatflap - Thu, 24 Oct 2019 15:09:15 EST nJkrco7e No.4916908 Reply
>>4916905
You're confused, it's not the hard R that's offensive, it's the hard A
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MarthaMinderville.avi - Sat, 26 Oct 2019 16:55:01 EST SZUh8MzS No.4917334 Reply
Im wearing a random alien mask cause depressed
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Augustus Cole - Sat, 26 Oct 2019 17:23:54 EST KlwW4HLo No.4917341 Reply
Yo fuck you kirt. You got a little squigly dick
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Crono - Sun, 27 Oct 2019 16:24:42 EST XXaoLNmw No.4917557 Reply
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>20 for cheap shotglasses
>Il even sign them
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Lydia Clundlelet - Sun, 27 Oct 2019 20:18:17 EST 32u2rsMY No.4917603 Reply
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>>4917544
Tfw your joke drug website becomes such a big deal that the kids act like it’s a public service and not your free website to do whatever the hell you please on.


Delete these niggas kirt
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Kirtaner !Ub4TCdRjOM - Sun, 27 Oct 2019 22:46:53 EST 6ttCSLp7 No.4917629 Reply
>>4917557
get your annoying avatarfagging ass that nobody likes outta here again fam thx
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Umawuma Filangey - Mon, 28 Oct 2019 01:13:53 EST vDf+CLGz No.4917662 Reply
ima doctor merio and 'a i needa to say 'a that you shouldn't ever toucha mushroom head on the tip. ita carry disease and it make 'a my peepee hurta and the princessa peach she will not look at 'a me anymore. she dumped me and 'a she dated my brother luigi 'a. he think he so big. he make 'a me watch him have 'a intercourse! with peach'a and they both laugh at'a me
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Toral - Mon, 28 Oct 2019 01:42:50 EST RDhpj8S7 No.4917676 Reply
>>4917672
cool, you play minecraft too?
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Umawuma Filangey - Mon, 28 Oct 2019 02:01:19 EST vDf+CLGz No.4917686 Reply
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>>4917685
bro you just made my glo worm
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Jo Grant - Tue, 29 Oct 2019 01:17:23 EST vDf+CLGz No.4918000 Reply
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>>4917987
one week since you laughed at me
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Prince Bubba - Wed, 30 Oct 2019 01:59:23 EST wUW2+yGe No.4918307 Reply
I want a shot glass for that price
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Lt. Cmdr. Calvin Hudson - Wed, 30 Oct 2019 11:20:23 EST rweoz8US No.4918385 Reply
>>4918349
I always order fries with no salt and ask for salt bag when I'm macdonalds. This way I get fresh fried fries instead of the nasty over salted ones. It also holds up the line at the drive thru so I get to shitppst at 420chan like right fucking now
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Boarder Sophie - Wed, 30 Oct 2019 12:43:11 EST vDf+CLGz No.4918411 Reply
>>4918409
Doesn't baka mean shut up. Are you telling him to shut up. The drive thru you're going top is tiny shut up?
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Jennifer Sisko - Wed, 30 Oct 2019 15:41:31 EST QLTOtYac No.4918455 Reply
>>4918451
No I'm pretty sure Chinese means from China not Japanese noodle
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Lt. Cmdr. Calvin Hudson - Wed, 30 Oct 2019 15:53:55 EST rweoz8US No.4918460 Reply
>>4918455
Ramen is Chinese. It was invented in China 1910 and was called your mother is a whore
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NellGellyhat.cmf - Wed, 30 Oct 2019 15:59:56 EST j+2jmaLB No.4918463 Reply
>>4918446
China women would have their feet bound with fresh ramen noodles at a young age, which would dry and harden into a shoe. On her wedding night, the girl's husband would boil the shoes off of her feet and add a flavor packet to the noodles and water and the couple would consume it for luck.
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Sugar Dunkerton - Wed, 30 Oct 2019 16:20:59 EST IImuUbNg No.4918470 Reply
>>4918463
You can't actually expect anyone to believe that.

They were consumed to ensure a long marriage, as exemplified by the unusual length of the noodles.
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Father Ted Crilly - Wed, 30 Oct 2019 17:51:37 EST nJkrco7e No.4918492 Reply
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>>4918489
one week since you looked at me
Cocked your head to the side and said, "I'm angry"
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Boarder Sophie - Wed, 30 Oct 2019 18:18:12 EST vDf+CLGz No.4918500 Reply
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Way way back in the 1980's secret government employees dug up famous guys and ladies and made amusing genetic copies
Now their clones are sexy teens now they're going to make it if they try. Loving, learning, sharing, judging, time to laugh and shiver and cry
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Boarder Sophie - Wed, 30 Oct 2019 19:16:48 EST vDf+CLGz No.4918518 Reply
What's romeo and juliet's least favorite fruit?

Cantaloupe.

When I turned eighteen I bought a locket and put my picture in it. From then on I was truly indapendant.

I had an idea of combining a belt and a watch. It turned out to be a big waist of time.

It's hard to explain puns to kleptomaniacs. They always take things literally.

When I was eight my parents got me a cat. I loved it. One night I slept next to her and awoke to find that I rolled over and crushed her to death. I remember her being very cold and stiff.
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Jazz - Thu, 31 Oct 2019 06:14:09 EST nJkrco7e No.4918636 Reply
>>4918518
It seems unlikely an 8 year old could be fat enough to crush a cat so instantly that it doesn't yowl or claw the shit out of him before dying.
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Jazz - Thu, 31 Oct 2019 06:53:33 EST nJkrco7e No.4918645 Reply
>>4918637
No but surely the fatter the kid is, the softer the outer edges? You only get the full weight if the centre-mass is directly above you. Imagine, a 2 tonne jello falling on your foot, it wouldn't hurt because only a small part of the mass would actually be pressing down on your foot, the rest is dispersed over a larger area.
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Kirtaner !Ub4TCdRjOM - Thu, 31 Oct 2019 10:01:03 EST 6ttCSLp7 No.4918664 Reply
dad's in palliative care and it took 5 days for someone to figure out to text me
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Rocket Henry - Thu, 31 Oct 2019 11:17:09 EST YqXGYPo8 No.4918673 Reply
>>4918664
Fuck.

You may not need the advice, but I'd recommend you do whatever you can to make things right with him before he goes. Including apologizing for any hardship you've caused him (even if he's caused plenty to you as well). You've only got one shot.
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Desmond Wolfe - Thu, 31 Oct 2019 13:08:39 EST HKNlG3Ai No.4918697 Reply
>>4918664
I lost my mom last year. You won't miss them less as time goes on but you do adapt to dealing with the pain.
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Jazz - Thu, 31 Oct 2019 13:12:29 EST nJkrco7e No.4918700 Reply
>>4918697
i figure you mean well but for some reason it never helps to try and empathise by giving examples of your own loved ones who've died.
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Bushwhacker Luke - Thu, 31 Oct 2019 13:47:25 EST vDf+CLGz No.4918712 Reply
>>4918703
I've found that when commiserating you should usually start off by saying, "I can't begin to understand how painful this is" or "I wont pretend to know what you're going through"
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EZ Money - Thu, 31 Oct 2019 14:11:57 EST Amt3l3y2 No.4918715 Reply
>>4918700
That's not really true. Speaking as someone whose dad died almost 10 years now and empathy of others who had been there helped. However it depends if that's what you want or need at the time. I wouldn't advise lying either.

Anyway sorry Kirt. Shit sucks. it's been a hell of a rollercoaster of a year hopefully you get some sanity and stability soon, but the good stuff keeps on going.
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Jonathan Coachman - Thu, 31 Oct 2019 14:14:45 EST SZUh8MzS No.4918717 Reply
>>4918664
Dang kirt. Thats really hard. I stress about stuff like this all the time aas i dont know how to deal with it. Stay strong and keep spardot close.
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Jazz - Thu, 31 Oct 2019 14:53:22 EST nJkrco7e No.4918727 Reply
>>4918715
It's about how you word it and how they're feeling at the time I guess. Easy to come across as one-upping them.
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Desmond Wolfe - Thu, 31 Oct 2019 14:59:11 EST HKNlG3Ai No.4918728 Reply
>>4918727
tbh I just mention my experience so they'll know I'm not just saying sweet nothings
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Bushwhacker Luke - Thu, 31 Oct 2019 15:04:07 EST vDf+CLGz No.4918729 Reply
>>4918728
you don't sound like someone who really has the capacity to commiserate in helpful way. that sounds so harsh, and im betting that you're much different in your offline interactions, but on here you seem very shallow and childlike. i wouldn't trust a person who doesn't understand the meaning of "sweet nothings" to provide relief to someone currently grieving.
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Desmond Wolfe - Thu, 31 Oct 2019 15:07:56 EST HKNlG3Ai No.4918731 Reply
how about some more people give me shit, that'd be great, that's really what I'm in the mood for today
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Desmond Wolfe - Thu, 31 Oct 2019 15:27:59 EST HKNlG3Ai No.4918734 Reply
>>4918733
you made it about me when you criticized my capacity for sympathy.
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Jaresh-Inyo - Fri, 01 Nov 2019 03:39:05 EST SZUh8MzS No.4918953 Reply
>>4918878
I know its cliche to "send love" but i send you love. You were just recently opening up about your dad a bit here and i hope youre alright. Lcove this place and youve done a lot for us group of misfits. <3
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Cyclist Barnaby - Fri, 01 Nov 2019 05:52:43 EST 2Hva0WHS No.4918960 Reply
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>>4918878
i know the loss of losing a parent

may the ones close to you offer you solace in these trying times

SLAYER forever brother man
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William Hartmann - Fri, 01 Nov 2019 13:45:17 EST w1wsK107 No.4919030 Reply
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>>4918878

Dads are a whole thing aint they?. One minute they are alive and the next they are dead. RIP big man. Hope your doing good Kirty boy. Smoke some high strength cannabis oil in honour.
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Captain Kurn - Fri, 01 Nov 2019 16:28:18 EST Sw4EF+pD No.4919098 Reply
Having a child is what makes one biologically successful. Having that child not be a total fuck up and miss you when you're gone is what makes you socially successful.

Here's to a life well lived and the successes resulting from it.
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Pyramid King Jenny - Fri, 01 Nov 2019 18:35:33 EST egOh+lnb No.4919122 Reply
>>4919121
holy shit

RNG helped me out

I will love being king of these 'mids
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Subramanyan Chandrasekhar - Sun, 03 Nov 2019 10:52:11 EST Ij0CgsDP No.4919619 Reply
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>>4919544
I already asked, it doesn't. It's a scam. No one is going to buy a silly little shot glass unless they think they're getting a cat out of the deal. The cat's just there to rip you off.
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Larry David - Sun, 03 Nov 2019 17:29:47 EST A+y3wMB8 No.4919702 Reply
>>4919619
It's a fundraiser item, bruh. Like an npr tote bag, except probably a smaller profit margin
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The Dog - Mon, 04 Nov 2019 00:42:04 EST /d5DTVLc No.4919837 Reply
Losing your dad seems terrible but the mishandling of the news is worrse on your relatives and I am angry on your behalf
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Alice Brettingfure - Mon, 04 Nov 2019 00:47:27 EST QLTOtYac No.4919838 Reply
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What the fuck is this empty ass textless space?
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Kirtaner !Ub4TCdRjOM - Mon, 04 Nov 2019 13:52:04 EST 6ttCSLp7 No.4920013 Reply
>>4919997
most platforms use infinite scrolling with dynamic loaded ad zones, or pagination

imageboards traditionally use neither, so mid-thread ads are the solution
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Gambler Beatrice - Mon, 04 Nov 2019 18:40:47 EST XAcn6OVL No.4920128 Reply
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>>4920013
Oh ffs.

Just bring back the crab why dontcha and every time we scroll or click on something it will bring up a text bubble and say “Hey! It looks like you’re trying to post/scroll/enlarge/report, are you sure you don’t want to try out Lennys Hentai Jackoff Blog first? Use code 420CHAN for $4.20 off your first month! .”

And if you click no he’ll just bring up a new ad and text bubble and say “ sorry you didn’t like that, but how about 10% off a liter of extra strength BONGAID!”
/Etc

Or maybe start making all the mods cam up whenever at their computer, and they will be inside of plexiglass boxes that can only be unlocked with a certain amount of donations, and they lock and start slowly filling up with water as soon as the mod enters for their shift. That way if not enough people donate, well, let’s just not think about that, just donate and save them, if you really care about 420chan that is.

AND... Board subscriptions! Yes that’s right, you too can view and participate in the highly coveted image boards of 420chan, for only $3.99/month for each premium board (/b/, /woo/, etc) and $.89/m each for the ghost boards! Act now and get ban passes for $9.99 each! (This will be like the “idol” on legends of the hidden temple) You just present your code into a coupon code box if you get banned and your ban will be reversed, wow! Just like in real politics!

And 420chan energy drinks and handmade soaps too yeah, like soaps that are shaped as weed leaves and Star of Davids, and they are all natural too
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Flatulent Frank - Mon, 04 Nov 2019 18:48:45 EST PVmXaqxl No.4920133 Reply
>>4920013
yeah but it's some gay shit, i grew up without them. Do a donation drive or some shit. I have a job now that it's 7 years later and i'm not underageb&.
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Wetback Gomezington - Mon, 04 Nov 2019 19:49:14 EST nJkrco7e No.4920154 Reply
>>4920153
It says nicotine feels better than food. Smells like bullshit.
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Pit - Tue, 05 Nov 2019 14:32:33 EST Amt3l3y2 No.4920414 Reply
>>4920154
The problem is it measures a single features and uses that to define "better".

Nicotine probably is a better rush but it makes you feel like shit at the same time, before we even look at all the the other shit that comes with it. Food, especially the right food keeps you alive and runs your body so you can so all the other drugs so it wins.
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GeorgeNickledock.o - Tue, 05 Nov 2019 23:27:50 EST vDf+CLGz No.4920535 Reply
>>4920402
Wanna make a thread and talk about it? I for one appreciate your dick-style
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