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/bun/ - Rabbit and Bunny Anonymous 11/08/2019 (Fri) 20:08:01 No.395 [Reply] [Last]
Bunnies or things related with bunnies
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>>395 How does one see a difference between bunnies, rabbits, or hares?
>>1151 It's very hard to tell the difference if you're not up close and it's for that reason bald men often get rabbit tattoos on their heads. They look like hares from a distance.

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/dir/ - Board Directory Anonymous 01/16/2021 (Sat) 12:43:01 No.923 [Reply]
Board site listings for easy access
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>>956 Sorry due to char limit here, I had to split it up into two. Just concat to restore. dmRXZG9jMk5wWlc1alpXRmpZV1JsYlhrdVkyOHUKZFdzdkNpQm9kSFJ3T2k4dmJXVmphR0ZqYUdG dUxtNWxkQzhLSUdoMGRIQnpPaTh2YldWeWIzSnBiaTVqYjIwdmFuQXZDaUJvZEhSdwpjem92TDIx bGQydHNaUzVwWTNVdkNpQm9kSFJ3Y3pvdkwyMXBiblJpYjJGeVpDNXZjbWN2ZG1samFHRnVMMmx1 WkdWNExtaDBiV3dLCklHaDBkSEE2THk5dFpXZHBaRzlqYUdGdUxtMXZaUzhLSUdoMGRIQnpPaTh2 ZDNkM0xtNWxhMjlqYUdGdUxtTmhabVV2YVc1a1pYZ3UKYUhSdGJBb2dhSFIwY0hNNkx5OXJZV3Ro YzJocExXNWxibkJ2TG1OdmJTOEtJR2gwZEhCek9pOHZiWFZ6YVd0amFHRnVMbU52YlM5dApkWE5w WXk4S0lHaDBkSEE2THk5dWRTMXRiM011WTI5dEwyMXZjeThLSUdoMGRIQTZMeTl2WTJocFltRXVl QzF0WVhKMUxtOXlaeTlwCmJXZGliMkZ5WkM4S0lHaDBkSEJ6T2k4dmIyNWxaUzVqYUM4S0lHaDBk SEE2THk5dmNHVnlZWFJ2Y21Ob1lXNHViM0puTHdvZ2FIUjAKY0hNNkx5OXdZWEJsY21Ob1lXNHVa R1J1Y3k1dVpYUXZDaUJvZEhSd2N6b3ZMM0J2Ym1rdVpuVnVMM0J2Ym1rdkNpQm9kSFJ3Y3pvdgpM MkZzZEdaMWNpNXVaWFF2Q2lCb2RIUndjem92TDJGbWRHVnlibTl2Ymk1a2VXNTFMbU52YlM5d2FH OTBieTVvZEcxc0NpQm9kSFJ3CmN6b3ZMM0J2YkdsMGFXTnpMbXh2YkM5aGJHd3ZDaUJvZEhSd2N6 b3ZMM0JsY21abFkzUmphR0Z1TG05eVp5OEtJR2gwZEhCek9pOHYKY0hKbFoyTm9ZVzR1WTI5dEx3 b2dhSFIwY0hNNkx5OXdjbTlzYVd0bGQyOWhhQzVqYjIwdlltOWhjbVJ6TG1wekNpQm9kSFJ3T2k4 dgpjV05vWVc0dVpIbHVaRzV6TG05eVp5OEtJR2gwZEhCek9pOHZjWFZsYzNSa1pXNHViM0puTDJ0

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>>956 >>957 BTW, there are two or three others that I didn't include here as well. Not b/c they were Cuckflare'd, but b/c I wanted to dig a little deeper before adding them to the list. I may put them here too later.
>>958 Alright, thanks for the list
>>958 thank you for the list but.. how does a codelet understand it?
>>1149 This is just double encrypted There are sites online that can be used to encrypt and/or decode I think its base64 or similar

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/rocks/ - Rocks, minerals and fossils Anonymous 10/24/2019 (Thu) 11:57:51 No.2 [Reply] [Last]
Crystals and gems, salts etc
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>>429 That looks really nice, what is it called?
>>1139 I'm not sure what that one is, maybe Amethyst?
>>429 Reminds me of some of the orgone pyramids I've seen for sale.

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Infinity Cup poll Anonymous 04/22/2021 (Thu) 19:21:16 No.1143 [Reply]
Hey guys, /icup/ here with a question on how we're going to handle the next iteration of the Infinity Cup ( https://anon.cafe/icup/ ) We're trying to poll whether certain boards are interested in playing in the cup, or if there's some specific team that you'd like to see play. If you want to, please answer or add your own answer to the poll in https://poal.me/6x3j1u

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/fringe/ - Esoteric thread Anonymous 10/24/2019 (Thu) 20:52:56 No.78 [Reply] [Last]
Practices, spells, symbolism, etc
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>>1040 >(1) pure aryans don't exist anymore; What do you mean?
>>1034 >I find the people who believe the divine white man spirit narrative to be utter fucking morons I agree with white nationalists on a lot of things, but it's absolutely retarded to believe whites are members of some kind of god-like race. I don't see whites as being inherently great but everyone else tending to be even less competent. >>1041 I'm not sure if it's what he means, but in terms of population genetics pure proto-Indo-Europeans aren't really around anymore.
>>853 I don't think getting rid of negative thoughts is even necessary. From what I've read, it's the subconscious mind that you should be looking to change rather than the conscious mind.
I recently discovered a interesting book on self hypnosis: https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/22814 >>1125 >>853 > got rid of the few negative thoughts I had generally, you should try to understand why you have these thoughts. try meditating. but if you are using suggestions or affirmations, then you definitely don't want to use any negative words. don't say "I don't want to be unhealthy", instead say that you want to be healthy. >>855 > How do I start start meditating and energy work (such as qigong) also, try lucid dreaming and astral projection. keep a diary. get a Rider-Waite tarot deck and try divination. the reason why you should get a Rider-Waite deck is that the symbolism is both correct and easy to read. you can find some resources on tarot at https://www.sacred-texts.com/tarot/ other forms of divination are also worth looking into. perhaps also get a pendulum (with a pendulum you might try dowsing as well). it might be worthwhile to look into remote viewing (a form of clairvoyance) and CIA's stargate project: https://www.theblackvault.com/documentarchive/category/the-fringe/remote-viewing/ and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stargate_Project#Civilian_personnel some of the remote viewing stuff got published in IEEE Spectrum and Nature. >>893 >>885 > "do what you feel is right" > a gut feeling this. you might feel that the truth just kind of "clicks"

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I'm dumping some reading on the afterlife/non-physical realms of reality. This one seems to be a pretty good overview, albeit one that uses a fictional story as a means of explaining existence on the other side: https://libgen.is/book/index.php?md5=341A494DD70150726612EEB41C4113B2 Jurgen Ziewe's books are possibly the most interesting I've ever read on the subject: https://tuxdoc.com/download/multidimenssional-man-jurgen-ziewe-5_pdf http://www.tomkin.us/books/ZieweJurgen_MultiDimensions.pdf https://libgen.is/book/index.php?md5=8F99E1E264046610225C84F197889C8D This book might feel a bit creaky given that more straightforward and "scientific" explorations of the topic have come along since then, but I've found Chapter XIV to be very reassuring: http://www.yogebooks.com/english/atkinson/1909lifebeyonddeath.pdf >>1136 Thanks for the meditation advice. >I would be careful when reading his works. I think he might lie and speak half-truths on purpose in his books.

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Anonymous 04/19/2021 (Mon) 02:41:56 No.1137 [Reply]
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/heavy/ Anonymous 03/02/2021 (Tue) 05:49:09 No.1079 [Reply]
This is your dark cave for discussion surrounding everything from the musical genres of rock and metal, along with its rolling prototype form. "Quick" riff samples and licks of history from its creators right here for your back & forth movement necessities. Nowadays i only listen to certain sub-genres, mainly the psychedelic, but sure as hellfire will upload artists of old playlists of mine ranging from progressive to the classic hardies and heavies. Check our mother thread /musicprod/ as well for more discussion: >>42 Not to be confused with the fine lads at /rocks/: >>2
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How popular is rock with young people nowadays? I imagine it's kind of a niche thing nowadays. I went to school back when its glory days were over, but it still seemed to be the music of choice for adolescent males. I might dislike the metalcore music that was popular then, but at least it wasn't rap.
>>1128 As far as i've seen it became underground or "obscure" again, something ironically many of us wanted back in the day. I also found myself in the days of metalcore/emo, which i disliked, but among them there's was also oldheads (Toto, Scorpions, Deep Purple, etc, "dadrock") the tougher chain draggers (death/black metal, some thrash metal), the goths popular with women (Nightwish, Stratovarius, basically Goth and Power Metal along with Evanessence) and the actually rare stoners, which i related the most despite actually not using substances hence why i separated myself from them (Psychedelic Rock, Shoegaze, Stoner Metal, some electronica like Goia Trance). Nowadays i've identified that only a strange combination of the oldhead/chainman exists in the teenager/high school years, dudes who really like rock/metal in general and may know stuff far away from the mainstream but who never go the distance of using leather items, square metal belts or sometimes even the classic black shirt under the school uniform. In my region these days it's mostly nigger babble rap, events around rap battles, abstract nigger sounds akin to Death Grips, hipster pop or /mu/ pop (popular with women), the much maligned reggaeton/dance hall pop and, thank God, a lot of country/regional music (belittled but never dies because the people never do unless replaced) So in short, a much smaller presence but it's there, kinda like how real punk had its followers but were niche even inside the rock circles. I can imagine the only trace Punk has nowadays is some chicks wearing Misfits t-shirts and some legit madhouse material breaking glass bottles for fun outside bars.
>>1131 >Nowadays i've identified that only a strange combination of the oldhead/chainman exists in the teenager/high school years, That part sounds like how I was back then. I don't listen to much '60 and '70s rock anymore, but I used to listen to pretty much anything hard that wasn't what the Hot Topic kids were listening to. These days I'm even willing to give some of their music a chance. >I can imagine the only trace Punk has nowadays is some chicks wearing Misfits t-shirts and some legit madhouse material breaking glass bottles for fun outside bars. Even a decade ago it seemed to be getting less popular. A lot of the time you'd see people mention "hardcore," but by that they'd mean metalcore crap and not actual hardcore.
>>1132 >These days I'm even willing to give some of their music a chance. Same here, i did venerate the classics back in the day but i was also fond of the then-new efforts from a bunch of euro psychedelia, nowadays kinda faded away but other than that i am more willing to explore the stuff from 2005 and on... except the metalcore/deathcore thingies, i just don't feel them yet. Although some other things are confusing, Math Rock is nowadays called Djent and practically became a meme, it is the natural evolution of technique bragging some bands did in the progressive and even death metal sub-genres. And to this day my favorite instrument, the bass, is still ignored by all of those except some psych bands. >but by that they'd mean metalcore crap and not actual hardcore. Back in my day (mid-late 00s) Hardcore was still a thing among a couple dozen guys but they were hated by everyone, they didn't kid around the anarchy thing and didn't leave anything valuable behind like, for example, the others did with local scene bands or special places with particular rituals (going to a soda bar, drinking cream soda with ice cream and blasting only classic rock from 2 to 3). I've seen a couple of those old punks "recently" and they stayed high in their substances, real deadbeats but one thing is true, nobody messes with them other than hitmen groups who crash at bars high on coke sometimes My concern is that back then urban groups were highly recognizable and varied, nowadays it's 3 brands of afro-american shit mixed together, some candy pop girls/homos and the regional style. It seems tastes in music and shows became substituted with identity politics, ironically those urban sub-groups practically were identity warring bands and worked somewhat the same in terms of bragging/social brownie points/signaling but they focused more on things you could set aside at the end of the day to drink a few beers with others instead of what's happening nowadays.
>>1133 >except the metalcore/deathcore thingies, i just don't feel them yet. I don't either and am not sure I ever will. I hardly listen to much rock from this century as it is. >And to this day my favorite instrument, the bass, is still ignored by all of those except some psych bands. It always bothered me how bass is underutilized in most rock music. You can do a lot more with it than just play simplified version of whatever line the guitarist is playing. >My concern is that back then urban groups were highly recognizable and varied, nowadays it's 3 brands of afro-american shit mixed together, some candy pop girls/homos and the regional style. It seems tastes in music and shows became substituted with identity politics, ironically those urban sub-groups practically were identity warring bands and worked somewhat the same in terms of bragging/social brownie points/signaling but they focused more on things you could set aside at the end of the day to drink a few beers with others instead of what's happening nowadays. I only ever really identified with a musical subculture for a pretty short time, but I miss the variety there used to be. Now everything has become completely bland and homogenized.

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/fusion/ Anonymous 03/21/2021 (Sun) 08:08:03 No.1109 [Reply]
The in-spot for appreciation of Jazz and its multiple off-shots, chiefly among them the flamboyant and ever-shifting Fusion genre along with some House and its evolution into NĂ¼-Jazz. Pieces and solo-ing samples along with actual tiny bits of history (usually) will be served once in a while for performer context. These genres usually have the particularity that the bands are very temporal and/or have members with extensive side works so i will probably post the line-ups too in the webm dumps. Also fusion albums move very closely in the border of jazz, rock and funk so it won't be rare to post music that could very well fit into other genres, especially progressive rock. Check our mother thread /musicprod/ as well for more discussion: >>42
I was supposed to make this post earlier but i wanted to wait specifically on a March 21 to commemorate the birthday of what is, in my humble opinion after having heard plenty of music, the most advanced electric guitarist to have ever lived Two years ago was the date but procrastination impeded me, then one year ago i had most of it but J.W got the spam and today there's no limits other than never having completed it fully. I might wind some things and rush a bit, along with the topic being a bit too leaned on the Hard Rock side, but i want to express my fondness to this particular individual whom i never met but had in its scarce bio, but rich hearsay, the example of a man who lived life like not many did: In relative NEETdom, taking his careful and methodical time with his hobbies and reaching a technical pinnacle still seen as unreachable to this day, and without harming anything or anyone to the point of being considered a genuinely good person by most people who met him. If there ever was a kind of superior entity living among us in contemporary times, be it an "angel" or an "alien", this guy surely was one.
I don't really know anything about the genre, but I've loved this piece ever since I heard it.

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/caffe/ - Comfy Lounge Anonymous 10/24/2019 (Thu) 13:19:07 No.13 [Reply] [Last]
Chatposting, waifus and general discussion

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