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Swordcock mc.fistface - Wed, 29 May 2019 02:17:18 EST Ibg+4NMC No.43868
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Guns are for four things:
Bad hunters, weak fighters, the paranoid, and people fighting people with guns

Honestly you wuss bag faggots act like you're special
A mentally handicapped, half blind, 300lb retard in a wheelchair could shoot someone.you either don't have balls, are so weak you're holding back evolution, or you're just plain sick in the head.
Fight me stankasses
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dr. m - Tue, 16 Jul 2019 10:56:53 EST nPnxfeJx No.43928 Ignore Report Reply
>>43870

It's sometimes argued that the sixth commandment aka thou shalt not kill, actually meant thou shalt not murder before it was translated several times. Killing someone in genuine life or death self defense, or in defense of your village from attacking invaders, is not murder...at most it's manslaughter.

I'm no scholar on the matter, but I've seen evidence that legitimize both interpretations.
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Basil Bovingville - Wed, 17 Jul 2019 01:17:30 EST IaBFTWch No.43929 Ignore Report Reply
>>43868
I feel bad for animals shot by arrows unless you're a REALLY good shot. It's just less humane.
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Barnaby Sashlock - Wed, 17 Jul 2019 04:01:11 EST OGq9FVRt No.43930 Ignore Report Reply
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>and people fighting people with guns
I lawfully carry a handgun concealed. If someone shoots at me with another firearm, I'll shoot back. If a guy across the parking lot runs at me with a baseball bat, I'll head to my vehicle and drive away if I can. If some country across the world launches a nuke and it happens to head towards my hometown, guess I'll die. It's about escalation of force and realistic self defence, not being some trigger happy yahoo.


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Fucking Worthingford - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 20:40:47 EST QRm3pRiv No.43924
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I heard in Colorado you dont have to have agun license to buy a gun. Is tbat true?
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add - Tue, 16 Jul 2019 09:50:03 EST nPnxfeJx No.43925 Ignore Report Reply
>>43924
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add - Tue, 16 Jul 2019 09:50:03 EST nPnxfeJx No.43926 Ignore Report Reply
>>43924
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dr. m - Tue, 16 Jul 2019 10:42:51 EST nPnxfeJx No.43927 Ignore Report Reply
>>43924

Shit sorry for the triple post spam...my old iPad glitched out.

Tl;dr yes OP, you don't need any permits at all to buy a gun. I don't know off the top of my head if gun buyers have any sort of waiting period for non-CC permit holders (often in many states it's a 3 day wait for a handgun and no wait whatsoever for a rifle, at least in FL it was), but yeah you can buy anything you want. Not sure if it's possible to legally obtain a handgun inside Colorado <21 and therefore own a handgun if 18+ but over 21, since private sales are banned apart from bona fide loans or gifts between immediate family members/trustees.

Denver has a 10rd mag limit, and some place called Vail has a 20 round mag limit, and any mags purchased after 2013 are limited to 15 rounds.

For that reason (15rd mag limit even though that mag limit is rarely enforced and they can't prove the magazine wasn't purchased before or during 2013), if your first gun purchase is strictly for home and car self defense and you want a full size, higher caliber, high capacity, and more accurate handgun instead of a concealed carry gun (think police sized, instead of tiny 7 or 8 round .32/.380/9mm pocket pistols that fit in the front pocket of a pair of jeans), I'd highly suggest a police surplus used Smith and Wesson military & police .40 handgun. I suggest this because it's standard magazine capacity is 15 rounds, and it costs around $300, or about ~50-60% of the price of a new glock.

If you want a glock instead, or want a gun chambered in 9mm because it's slightly less recoil and usually a bit cheaper per bullet, get the "compact" aka medium size version of the glock series, which is the glock 19. It has a standard magazine capacity of 15, and if you want to technically break the law but in a way that they'll never be able to prove, you can physically go out of the state or have a friend illegally reship you 9mm glock magazines originally designed for the full size glock 17 that fit into the glock 19 just fine (holds 17 rounds instead of 15, which tbh two extra rounds is totally not worth the potential legal hassle). Personally all that legal hassle for 2 more bullets is asinine, BUT the biggest point is, instead of buying glock 17 magazines that aren't worth the hassle, you can go out of state and buy 33 round high capacity magazines originally built for the glock 18 I believe. Definitely make sure to pay in cash and leave no evidence they were purchased during or after 2013.

There are loads of good .380 and 9mm slim tiny single stack 7 or 8 round (6+1 or 7+1 in the chamber) out there. There's also some good 5, 6, and even 7 round revolvers too. If you want a cheap bolt action rifle, mosin nagants are okay if you manage to get one for under $120-150. Mossberg and Remmington both make excellent 12 or 20 gauge shotguns (I suggest 12 gauge). I'm biased towards Ruger in terms of fun good quality .22 rifles to plink cans with.

You'll probably find the best or nearly the best deal from an online site called bud's gun shop. The way it works is you pay the company for the firearm, they ship it to a local gun shop or anyone that has a FFL (federal firearms license) allowing them to legally sell guns and of course run FBI background checks. That process of buying online and doing the background check paperwork is called a "FFL transfer."

Do some online research on the cheapest FFL transfer costs in your region as long as the lowered price is worth the drive for you. FFL transfers in Ohio and Florida are $25-40, usually $30-35 per firearm IME.

Oh, and if you get a handgun, it looks like if you're in your car, you can "carry" it in your pocket or put it in the center console of your car loaded AND with a round chambered (always keep a chamber loaded handgun in a holster). If it's a rifle or shotgun in your car, it can have a loaded magazine inserted into the long gun, but the chamber must be empty.

Thats all specifically for Colorado. Also according to the peaceful journey law or whatever its called, you can bring your gun that's otherwise legal in Colorado but illegal in Denver (so called assault rifles or guns with a magazine greater than 10 rounds) through Denver city limits as long as you're genuinely traveling through the city to another destination where your gun is legal, as long as you only stop for gas and arguab…
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Archie Drerrymutch - Tue, 09 Jul 2019 01:53:00 EST IaBFTWch No.43921
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ITT cool weapons used for assassinations and other spy shit.

This is the CIA's poison dart gun, delivering an undetectable poison that mimics a natural heart attack. It shoots up to 328 feet using pressurized air and the poison kills before the person knows what's up.

Silent, undetectable, perfect for killing dictators and dissidents alike!
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Reuben Darryheck - Thu, 11 Jul 2019 00:14:47 EST Nh5EnAkf No.43922 Ignore Report Reply
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This here is called a Welrod. It's basically a bolt action suppressor with a magazine. There's a very similar gun today that's marketed to veterinarians.
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Sophie Funnerhood - Thu, 11 Jul 2019 01:10:33 EST lxncSVgX No.43923 Ignore Report Reply
>>43922
Also inside the silencer were 4 rubber discs which the round would pass through on firing. These would help reduce gas coming out the barrel and make it effectively silent for about 3 or 4 rounds


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William Crummledock - Sat, 06 Jul 2019 16:49:18 EST 59TfELHS No.43917
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Hey does anyone know what kind of pistol this is or if there's anything similar?
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Edward Drennerway - Mon, 08 Jul 2019 00:52:19 EST 39Efw6cR No.43918 Ignore Report Reply
>>43917
Looks like a Thompson Contender, really nifty thing, you can get all sorts of different barrels in different calibers and just have to buy the one frame to swap them out on.
If you're a weeb, you might recognize it as being Kiritsugu's weapon of choice.
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Molly Smallway - Mon, 08 Jul 2019 02:35:01 EST 59TfELHS No.43920 Ignore Report Reply
>>43918
Thanks man I can't find the exact gun but that's close I appreciate it.


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William Demmerdadge - Sun, 17 Mar 2019 12:25:54 EST Q57VIXiQ No.43802
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How old do you have to be to fire a shotgun without breaking your arm?
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Jenny Henderfoot - Wed, 05 Jun 2019 10:21:30 EST 4iOrfLBC No.43897 Ignore Report Reply
Twelve is the magic number. I shot 20s and 12s at that age.
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Esther Grandbanks - Thu, 20 Jun 2019 23:37:46 EST /KHNmeaF No.43909 Ignore Report Reply
I shot a 12 gauge at age 18-19 and Im a big guy and it still hurt
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Edward Drennerway - Mon, 08 Jul 2019 00:56:23 EST 39Efw6cR No.43919 Ignore Report Reply
>>43802
12 is a good starting point, give or take a year.
Though if they're a shrimpy kid like I was, the barrel might seem heavy as hell.
When I was getting my Shotgun Merit Badge at summer camp, I could only manage it with the 20ga they had. I could take the recoil of the 12ga all day long, but they had a bull barrel on it, while the 20 was a featherweight.


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James Sissleshaw - Fri, 17 Aug 2018 16:40:33 EST kziJAh9j No.43711
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I wasn't sure whether to post this here or on /other/. Apparently crazy motherfuckers used to eat, drink, or suck on cordite back when it was used.

"About three cartridges added to half a pint of water or tea
boiled down to about a gill, when it is of the consistency of thick
molasses or glycerine, and sipped occasionally, makes one feel
like a prince. Taken in this form, cordite makes me want to
tell all my troubles and all I know to any listener. It gradually
produces sleep, the awakening being accompanied by the usual
headache, but the feeling is not quite so bad as I would have felt
had I drunk beer WIth it.
"If beer, say a few pints, is drunk in conjunction with the
above solution, it very shortly makes me as mad as a man oon get ,
without becoming absolutely a raving lunatic. It was while in
this condition that I went over to the station-master at Platrand,
four miles away, dressed in my underclothes and a blanket, and
without boots at midnight, woke him up, and told him if he
would give me a bed for the night I would work his telegraph
instruments for him all day long. I am not fully cognisant of
what I do while in this state, but generally find out about it next
day, sometimes to my great surprise, as it seems hard to believe
some of the antics which I am told I have performed; but the
knowledge of them does not worry me next day, as I feel too bad.
Cordite, no matter how taken or in what form, always gives me
the most terrible nightmares, in fact, everything seems to be in a
chaotic state. As long as a man has cordite in his system he is
more or less insane, although he may appear sane enough. My
eyes feel as if they were jumping from their sockets, and objects
have a dim appearance as long as the headache lasts."
https://jramc.bmj.com/content/jramc/1/4/277.full.pdf

So, uhhh... Anybody try it?
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Augustus Lightridge - Wed, 05 Jun 2019 19:32:19 EST vERzgJPG No.43898 Ignore Report Reply
>>43882

>local alt-right teen finds weapons discussion forum, tries to spew bigoted bile, gets flustered when he outs himself as an undesirable
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Nicholas Shittingbanks - Mon, 24 Jun 2019 19:26:51 EST 1/3Y3Wpf No.43913 Ignore Report Reply
>>43881
whiny little /pol/fag bitches ain't gonna find no welcoming arms round here
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Esther Fecklefuck - Wed, 03 Jul 2019 12:38:01 EST rHpVdMbL No.43916 Ignore Report Reply
>>43882

>tries to spout off some low effort 14 year old altright edgelord nonsense
>this censorship is questionable

lol just kill yourself


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Oliver Pubberspear - Sat, 13 Apr 2019 00:39:52 EST ZV/hScj7 No.43819
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Anybody ever fired one? Just had a discussion with some marine or something that wanted to know if it'd been converted to 5.56 NATO successfully
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schep2chic - Sun, 23 Jun 2019 11:57:26 EST XfFhJSwc No.43911 Ignore Report Reply
>>43910
ow yo mean with that ''pistol and barrel magazine''
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schep2chic - Sun, 23 Jun 2019 11:59:10 EST XfFhJSwc No.43912 Ignore Report Reply
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>>43819
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Fuck Secklehet - Tue, 02 Jul 2019 23:18:54 EST vERzgJPG No.43915 Ignore Report Reply
>>43912

i do not know much about guns but the lack of the wooden part under the barrel seems like you would burn your hand if you grabbed it, and shooting by holding the magazine seems unwieldy


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Polly Sorrykutch - Thu, 13 Jun 2019 20:29:35 EST Ec9JZFKU No.43907
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The best thing about the Hahn reactor is that just about anybody with an IQ of 90 could understand how to make it with even the most fundamental knowledge of chemistry and nuclear physics. The reactor is made in an alternating pattern with a “checkerboard” design. There are three layers to this reactor design: the walls, ceiling and floor that goes around the core cube, the inner layers that go between the core and the surrounding walls, the walls, ceiling and floor of the outer cube.

My question is whether the inner layers between the core and outer cube should be Thorium ash (Thorium-232) or Thorium strips (Thorium-233 / Uranium-233) and carbon and whether or not the cubes used for building the inner layers should be smaller than the cubes that surround the core (the cubes that surround the core should be about 1/8” and the cubes that go for the outer cube should be slightly bigger than the ones that go inside of it)?

Btw, the Thorium strips were made from the neutron gun that used the Thorium as foil to wrap over the lead block that’s drilled out on one side to allow the alpha rays to stream through, with Radium and Beryllium strips smeared with Tritium obtained from the waxy substance used in glow-in-the-dark gun and bow sights to hold it in place. This will convert the Thorium-232 into Thorium-233/ Uranium-233, which could fuel a nuclear reactor.
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Clara Blatherwell - Fri, 14 Jun 2019 19:30:58 EST kgPqY1sG No.43908 Ignore Report Reply
>>43907
You fucking rube. If you have to ask you’re not ready for the answers.


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Charlotte Bronnerbury - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 03:11:48 EST GwX1elre No.43794
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https://www.ima-usa.com/products/original-british-p-1885-martini-henry-mkiv-rifle-pattern-c-untouched-condition

This antique website has "untouched"(maybe missing minor parts "like screws..." theyve been in storage for 100+ years covered in grease). Some reviews say they can be restored to firing condition. They have "cleaned and complete" ones for more that they say can be fired.

Should i get one? Ive been high watching the zulu movies and videos on youtube of the martini henry and that shell ejecting looks so satisfying.
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Alice Hattingsitch - Tue, 28 May 2019 20:44:34 EST rDEoWVX4 No.43867 Ignore Report Reply
>>43866
I guess id be ok with it just being a fun thing to clean up and being a wallhanger

maybe thisll be the thing that gets me into reloading whichll probably be for the best as a 4570 fan
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Alice Suttingdidge - Sat, 08 Jun 2019 19:35:11 EST DfyWtKqw No.43905 Ignore Report Reply
>>43865
that pic makes me lol so hard
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Simon Shakefoot - Thu, 13 Jun 2019 00:01:12 EST G4oyG+TN No.43906 Ignore Report Reply
>>43905
seconded


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Nell Figglebidge - Fri, 26 Apr 2019 22:31:04 EST ZV/hScj7 No.43825
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going to proceed unless stopped by bullets
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William Drenkinstock - Mon, 29 Apr 2019 21:42:24 EST /LX0Hxw8 No.43853 Ignore Report Reply
>>43852
Yeah bro not to discredit the gun, the text is asking for it lol
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William Drenkinstock - Mon, 29 Apr 2019 21:43:25 EST /LX0Hxw8 No.43854 Ignore Report Reply
>>43852
Same, I never shot any old snipers pre-Cold War
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George Clannerwut - Mon, 29 Apr 2019 21:46:22 EST ZV/hScj7 No.43855 Ignore Report Reply
>>43853
I couldn't find another example of the chambered version :(


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Jarvis Lightman - Tue, 12 Mar 2019 20:42:38 EST TYwz3/lT No.43796
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never shot a gun before. going to a range this weekend to try an AR-15

would it be a bad idea to take a beta-blocker or a benzodiazepine beforehand? i'm nervous as fuck.
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Doris Claffingfoot - Sat, 30 Mar 2019 23:05:33 EST /ttwEbUO No.43813 Ignore Report Reply
Beta blockers would be fine, all they're gonna really do is steady your hands. If you're nervous as fuck, you'll still be nervous, but your hands will remain steady and your heart rate will remain calm. Basically it'll lower/remove your physical anxiety response.

Propranolol (a beta blocker) is banned in olympic shooting for this reason. It makes your hands and fingers feel very steady. Was kinda freaky the first day I was on it, but I'm also a piano player so that was my first exposure to the precision-enhancing effects.
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Doris Claffingfoot - Sat, 30 Mar 2019 23:06:51 EST /ttwEbUO No.43814 Ignore Report Reply
>>43813
Also, by freaky I mean in a really "wow this is cool as fuck, unbelievable!" kind of way
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Graham Deblingfit - Thu, 25 Apr 2019 01:09:57 EST /LX0Hxw8 No.43824 Ignore Report Reply
>>43796
good luck taking a benzo and shooting guns wtf is wrong with you


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Hedda Sopperdot - Wed, 29 Aug 2018 02:05:22 EST LVkxqeNU No.43717
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>Live in Massachusetts
>Want to own guns
>Want to smoke weed
>Can't move anywhere else because I'm a mid-20s NEET with no HS diploma
What the fuck do I do
Are there any States that let you smoke weed and own guns?
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Doris Claffingfoot - Sat, 30 Mar 2019 23:08:03 EST /ttwEbUO No.43815 Ignore Report Reply
>>43717
Alaska.
Legal weed, amazing gun laws, lots of places to go shooting and hunting.
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Cedric Sungerpene - Tue, 09 Apr 2019 20:58:30 EST ZKxGFNL5 No.43816 Ignore Report Reply
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afganistan nb
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Ernest Brorrychore - Sat, 20 Apr 2019 12:50:22 EST kgPqY1sG No.43822 Ignore Report Reply
>>43720
>If you are ever in a citizen involved shooting with a gun that you legally own, you will be piss tested and if you come up positive for weed you will most likely be charged with lying on a federal form, federal felony charge of being a prohibited person in possession of a gun, or both.

I’ll take things that have never happened for 200.

You guys have some fucking crazy imaginations.


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Rebecca Brookman - Sun, 18 Jan 2015 04:07:13 EST m19GkKX0 No.39903
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Reading William Gibson's "Zero History".

A large plot point is the civilian market for tactical gear, he actually drops the terms "operators", "mall ninjas", and "gear queers", and one of the villains is a fashion designer with special forces pretensions, who acts like a spy in a movie, and is after a coveted military contract to design uniforms for the US.

The protagonists' employer, Hubertus Bigend, a sort of meme and trope savvy Lex Luthor type, mentions a sort of psychosis endemic to the special forces, that they're promised that their training will qualify them to do anything, and they end up believing it, so they become sort of self-hypnotised con artists who believe their own pitch, and you end up with unqualified, delusional ex-soldiers teaching anti-terrorist and interrogation techniques to third world police and militaries.

So, read anything topical lately?
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Doris Dracklelock - Sat, 22 Sep 2018 01:19:05 EST NMNwIk7C No.43748 Ignore Report Reply
Gibson knows that all the action is done by intelligence operatives these days, but he knows Tom Clancy has got a lock on that genre. Any commentary by him is likely to be ignored for more "america, fuck yeah" patriotic bullshit.

Gibson can be interesting to read when hes making observations, but his plots are slow as molasses and are too realistic to be entertaining, he should just punch it up a little bit and add a bit of cinematic license to his plots.
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George Lightridge - Wed, 28 Nov 2018 03:43:18 EST jmyUNPql No.43787 Ignore Report Reply
>>43747
I get what you mean. At various points I dropped 'Neuromancer'. Only recently did I read through it fully and even then it gets so vague I nearly drop it, but somehow, Gibson manages to throw in a single sentence or event that pricks my nipples and keeps me interested.
I'm usually used to figuring out stuff through subtext and lore. I love Philip K. Dick novels for example, but I can't say much in defense of Gibson, given that I only read two of his works: 'Neuromancer' and 'Pattern Recognition' (the first book in a trilogy before 'Spook Country' and 'Zero History', iirc).
I really liked 'Pattern Recog'. It was more thematically focused with its Baudrillard-esque themes (with clothing described as Japanese knockoffs of WWIII bomber jackets, but with intentionally dropped stitches so detailed they transcend being a 'simulation'). It's basically about a media-design/ mystic meme consultant following an ARG online.
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Cedric Sungerpene - Tue, 09 Apr 2019 21:09:19 EST ZKxGFNL5 No.43818 Ignore Report Reply
I've been studying tactics, like from antiquity in the Iliad and machiavelli the prince also stuff on Nebuchadnezzar and William the Conqueror type military leaders. /his/ stuff is good to know, knowledge is self defense.


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Isabella Nendershit - Tue, 30 May 2017 18:30:15 EST mbXDl/Cs No.43227
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I was listening to NPR and it seems like the US commander in Afghanistan wants five
thousand more men on the ground. Thats not the problem for me.

NPR essentially said through the course of the conversation that after 40 years of continuous civil war nobody knows how to end the conflict. Currently the problem is that the Taliban is seeking savehaven in Pakistan and coming over the border to attack US forces and the Afghans.

Now in a perfect world we would cross the border and destroy the Taliban camps.
But this isn't a perfect world.

So I came up with an idea to surveil the border and allow US forces to react to incursions by the Taliban without having troops patrol the entire border. The system would use ELINT and then be used to dispatch US and Afghan forces to interdict the Taliban.

I know its a good idea and it's going to take time to develop it. But once I develop the idea to a point where it's ready to present to the appropriate people in the Department of Defense who do I talk to?

I'm posting it here because I can't monitor a thread of halfchan.
I'll also post it on r e d d i t.
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Betsy Pettinghure - Sun, 24 Feb 2019 23:34:32 EST CU0hBX/y No.43793 Ignore Report Reply
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>40 years of continuous civil war nobody knows how to end the conflict.

Never surrender is a shitty meme.
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Samuel Pocklepidge - Mon, 20 May 2019 15:53:20 EST UWiFhHFV No.43862 Ignore Report Reply
>>43227
>NPR
There's your problem.
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Nicholas Shittingbanks - Mon, 24 Jun 2019 19:41:29 EST 1/3Y3Wpf No.43914 Ignore Report Reply
>>43862
yeah everybody knows the only way to get trustworthy news these days is to sync up the JRE played backwards at 2x speed with infowars muted and flipped upside down while reading Ephesians in latin


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