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Modern Mom 14/10/17(Fri)05:09 No. 2392 Board: /jew/ ID: e9522b [Reply]

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where on the internet can I find Goth boots for £50 British pounds or £80.35 US Dollers?

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Modern Mom 15/02/20(Fri)21:05 No. 2541 ID: 0b7694

better yet, pick up leather boots from thrift store for 8 bucks. add metal to it and sell for 80
i think im going to do this. i have a badass pair of black boots that are just a size too big, fuck

Modern Mom 15/06/01(Mon)08:22 No. 2609 ID: 8d779b

If you cruise the local thrift stores, particularly the alternative ones, you can luck out and find some cheap beaten Demonia or something, Demonia quality is shit though. You will probably never find New Rocks like you have pictured for too cheap but you could be insanely lucky. TBH you should probably just get a used pair of English-made Docs that will last you forever if you take care of them, and go for a trad-goth look with thrift store black clothing.

I actually have one goth friend who lives in a crazy thrifty fashion, and one of her main sources of income is buying tons of shit from very cheap thrift stores and selling them to nicer exchange stores, but she knows that business.

Same friend collects boots in any size she can, if it's too small you can cram a few different insoles in there and make them fit. You can also find nice insoles inside of shoes in thrift stores.

Modern Mom 17/05/05(Fri)12:23 No. 3009 ID: 21de63

Find some bloke who used to be Goth but isn't anymore. Probably has some stashed in his closet or some shit.

Anonymous 17/03/11(Sat)01:19 No. 16469 Board: /sci/ ID: 57133f [Reply]

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Alright /sci/, it's Goldbach proof time.

Who here can count to 112. All the way to that number. Congratulations. You are an abstract scientist.

The proof is that by itself and without other numbers the natural numbers do not exist.

Anonymous 17/02/26(Sun)19:45 No. 16463 Board: /sci/ ID: ff4681 [Reply]

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so, I know you guys use word filters, or at least have a times, I have some questions about them, now, this being said, I'm aware that your guys' word filter isn't exactly used in the same way that this kind is... at least in spirit, or cause behind the technicalities

out of curiousity, does anyone know of any studies on manipulation of perception in a pervasive way involving mediums of communication and what is said or isn't said?
does anyone have any knowledge of studies involving methods of control that are linguistics oriented or say... are designed to pick up on related contexts and the like with various signifiers?

some stuff's popped up lately and I'm *extremely* interested in this, I might have to learn a fair bit of technical jargon and concepts but I feel like it's probably worth it

on the one hand it seems like the attempts to engage in this are laughable but at the same time I know that sometimes these sorts of things can get real good real fast, especially when there's already a load of collected data that's not purposefully spoiled to challenge the attempt at deriving context to start silencing apparently said things

Anonymous 17/02/27(Mon)02:10 No. 16464 ID: ef54e2


Something that's been bugging me. Anonymous 14/12/16(Tue)19:41 No. 15999 Board: /sci/ ID: 465a65 [Reply]

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If you flip an asymmetrical two-dimensional Flatlander through the third dimension, his right side will become his left side and vice-versa.

Let's say you did something similar to a person, flipping him through a fourth spatial dimension. The problem with this is that the flip isn't just his body parts. The molecules in his body would be flipped too, and many chemicals have asymmetrical molecules which take on different properties when mirrored.

So taking this into consideration, would this flipped person even be able to continue living? Would his death be immediate or more lingering? What effects could we expect to see? Take me down this rabbit hole, /sci/.

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Anonymous 15/01/30(Fri)23:39 No. 16038 ID: 0c9b56

It's so weird that nobody noticed that this not a new hypothesis.


Anonymous 15/03/08(Sun)06:40 No. 16068 ID: 9ecb4f

Ignoring the implausibility of 2D life forms and their biochemistry and assuming the survivability of being flipped, by which I also assume you mean he's lifted off his plane into the third dimension and placed back, then he will probably die a lingering death. If any of whatever hypothetical mechanisms permit 2D biosynthesis were to be reversed on even 1 axis it would render him unable to receive nutrition and calories from his former food supply. It would be like human astronauts landing on a planet with a biosphere based on right handed chirality. I believe we're left handed on Earth. They would waste away eating the local foods which, with exception perhaps to some non-chiral oils and amino acids, would provide no nutrition and taste odd if they were not in fact completely poisonous.

np Madpianist 15/04/29(Wed)18:14 No. 16091 ID: 9fa2a8

Well it would survive, given the fact that an organism in the 2nd dimension also belongs in the third and so on, so a 3D org. also belongs in the 4th with properties that are unknown yet, but all 3D forms, have a determinate form in the 4D, they are not split, all dimensions exist at the same time.

muhamedan and others are killing us Teenage Girl 16/07/20(Wed)15:25 No. 21096 Board: /rnb/ ID: c5ed4d [Reply]

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they do it all for oil money whether heterosexual or not and arrange those murders eith soul sound kill commands and the pulse murders may have been to catch Zane because he knew too much about stopping them all .

oil money from the desert has to be stopped from killing heterosexuality for wrathful lust when they do not let anyone work to earn their own living outside of prostitution they can not imagine people anything other than money to the monotheistic God .

Teenage Girl 16/07/22(Fri)20:25 No. 21109 ID: ffeafd

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Can you use another color besides red? Maybe black. Unless black ink doesn't matter to your color bigotry. Are you making these as Toynbee Tiles? Cmon faggot, answer us!

Anonymous 17/05/22(Mon)10:57 No. 25108 Board: /co/ [Reply]

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Batman is a much better than character than Superman. I understand that Superman's main appeal is that he is a perfect man and his goody persona is heartwarming. But this can only go so far until it gets boring. Batman on the other hand is a self made hero that has many flaws to make him an intriguing complex character. This is because Bruce knows if he gives up being Batman he will find happiness but his vengeance is what drives him. Also I dont know why anyone would root for Superman to beat Batman in a fight. Superman beating Batman is something very realistic and predictable. Watching a god pummel a man dressed as a bat isnt something that would be interesting in a comic book setting. Rather the underdog and the one that relies on brains instead of brawn should be the victor. I am not a batfag, I just know that Batman is a superior character to Superman.

Anonymous 17/05/31(Wed)14:45 No. 25118

"/co/ - Comics: Now you can argue about whether Batman or Superman is better with other basement dwelling virgins."

Are you trying to be meta?

Sophisticated Gentleman 13/03/13(Wed)04:56 No. 2118 Board: /class/ [Reply]

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So do any of you other /class/y gents dip snuff? if so, what kinds? pic related. my favorite.

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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/04/23(Tue)01:21 No. 2293

Started dipping because you can't dip near jets and fuel?
You must be the person who was trying to acquire 2 gallons of prop wash.

Anyhow, snuff would be un/class/y. Extracting the juice from finely shredded tobacco creates an unseemly byproduct, especially if one was to release it upon the floor, deck or flight line.

noko 16/03/11(Fri)11:17 No. 3141

snus for the proper gent interested in oral uptake of nicotine.

Sophisticated Gentleman 16/06/22(Wed)07:44 No. 3178


A classy establishment has a fucking spittoon, you fucking barbarian. You don't spit on the fuckin deck dude. You spit in spittoon!

Teenage Girl 15/10/01(Thu)18:00 No. 20780 Board: /rnb/ ID: 03fab4 [Reply]

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I learned quickly that life isn't fair. I learned quickly nobody really deserves anything. I learned quickly that ideals are simply ideals and the reality is always more likely to run a displeasing course, because the odds the ideals are met outside of all the other possibilities is slim.

These are just really easy concepts.

Despite this, I lived willingly in a naive state for so many years... I knew how it worked, and yet I did not want to believe it. Years and years trudging through utter bullshit, with this foolish notion clouding up what I really knew was true: that if I just sat it out and hoped it changed, it just would. Even better, I started to later convince myself that I would rather play out the last few strings of my rope and let myself rot away. Why kill myself when I can selfishly live the last few months or years doing nothing? Taking what I can while it is still feasible? I don't care anymore if it is frowned upon. I just want to be selfish.

Strangely, I never seriously wanted to kill myself despite my depressive thoughts. I never really wanted my happiness to end. Sad how I came to that conclusion back then. I had promised myself at a point that the next time I was happy, I wanted to kill myself. I wanted to die happy. I didn't want to take the chance death would meet with me one of the thousands of days I spend miserable. Why would I want to die miserable? So that day came after a few months passed. I finally felt okay for one whole day. I remembered my promise, too. I sat in my parents' basement with a fresh straight edge and knew I could finally feel release from this limbo. But I didn't.

I found myself crying and laughing. How could I hesitate? It was perfect. I would finally die and I was anticipating complete relief. I could feel tinges of relief just feeling "it is done, I can finally be done" but here I was hesitating. I felt like it was all wrong, too. I didn't want to die. I never wanted to die. I just wanted to be okay and no longer stuck in life's limbo.

How cowardly and slovenly I have been.

I know nothing will change if I do not make it happen. I just do not think I can, or quite simply, I will not. Something in me refuses and tells me real change is impossible. The effort I put into change in the past always somehow ended up in the same rut I am in now. I need a complete change.

I am thinking of saving up money next job I get, and then just leaving everything. I'll take what I want and die like the slime I am probably within mere months due to certain acts, but I'll know I didn't rot in place for decades regretting ever doing anything or making an impact on the things I have decided to put care into.
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Teenage Girl 15/10/01(Thu)20:01 No. 20782 ID: 7fd13b

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Teenage Girl 15/10/05(Mon)01:27 No. 20784 ID: 1d9efc

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I want to help you, OP, I really do.

But I can't finish reading your post because of that motherfucking gif you posted with it.

Everyone who posts gifs on an imageboard deserves to die. That's the absolute truth.

Teenage Girl 15/10/06(Tue)10:05 No. 20788 ID: f4af1f

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Anonymous 16/03/25(Fri)07:39 No. 12479 Board: /phi/ ID: c25926 [Reply]

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Yo guys. I'm writing a philosophy paper and I'm trying to encounter some views different than my own in order to have the strongest possible argument. I'm taking a utilitarian approach to say what provides the most good overall.

Is it ethical to manipulate the genes of your children via in vitro to keep them from inheriting a genetic disease? What if it's life threatening? Or only minor?
What about in order to control your children's traits for appearance? Intelligence?
Is all of this ethical or only some of it?Why or why not?
Furthermore, if these practices do become common in the populations that can afford the expensive procedures, potential donor banks, etc., are there potential negative repercussions the population in general would face? (Popular Eugenics?)

So far the only things I've heard in opposition are bandwagon, appeal to nature and slippery slope fallacies. But if you can justify these I'd be all ears.

Anonymous 16/03/29(Tue)01:59 No. 12485 ID: 5c155b

Ethics are the morals held to be of the greatest use to society, no?

Accepting that, if it were in one's power to change things that are detrimental to both one's potential offspring and society as a whole would it not be ethical to make that change, regardless of the cost?

1000 watt psu problem. Clueless PC dude 15/08/27(Thu)23:33 No. 21922 Board: /halp/ ID: 38b817 [Reply]

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I have a Corsair HX1000W psu and I just got today GIGABYTE GA-H55-UD3H motherboard. I noticed my mobo needs a p4 mb connector which didn't come with my psu wire case. Does that mean it won't power my mobo because my psu is too powerful or is there a wire that I have to buy to make both parts work together?

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Anonymous 15/08/28(Fri)04:58 No. 21927 ID: 10d6c2

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Yeah, hopefully you didn't do what >>21923 said to do, otherwise you may very well end up frying your board since you're basically plugging the wrong thing into plug.

>>21926 is exactly correct, your PSU included the correct connector.

BTW, this picture is of connectors included with your exact supply. Try checking the wires you think are PCIe power. One of them isn't.

You can split it up into two bits if you need to, though most of the time you can just plug it in with the extra 4 hanging off the side.

Clueless PC dude 15/08/29(Sat)12:14 No. 21929 ID: 38b817

Well found the connector but still not able to turn the power on I hope I didn't fry it appreciate the help/knowledge going to send it in to a PC repair shop.

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