-  [WT]  [PS]  [Home] [Manage]

  1.   (new thread)
  2. (for post and file deletion)
/civ/ - Civics
  • Supported file types are: GIF, JPG, PNG, WEBM
  • Maximum file size allowed is 1000 KB.
  • Images greater than 200x200 pixels will be thumbnailed.
  • Currently 516 unique user posts. View catalog

  • Blotter updated: 2018-08-24 Show/Hide Show All

There's a new /777/ up, it's /Moldy Memes/ Check it out. Suggest new /777/s here.

Movies & TV 24/7 via Channel7: Web Player, .m3u file. Music via Radio7: Web Player, .m3u file.

WebM is now available sitewide! Please check this thread for more info.

Anonymous 16/11/10(Thu)02:35 No. 1 ID: 132ea3 [Reply] Stickied
1

File 14787417401.jpg - (69.55KB , 600x791 , hopeless.jpg )

this is a bad idea


22 posts and 1 image omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
Anonymous 17/05/06(Sat)03:56 No. 283 ID: 87f732
283

File 149403578224.jpg - (260.10KB , 1093x705 , your-place-in-the-universe.jpg )

I'm starting to like it.
>>/banner/1328




Anonymous 18/11/07(Wed)14:19 No. 1076 ID: e2a530 [Reply]
1076

File 154159676612.jpg - (862.06KB , 4032x3024 , 1485082085.jpg )

Red won!


>>
Anonymous 18/11/07(Wed)15:05 No. 1078 ID: 9667b8

Yeah and Democrats will take control of the House in January, something people didn't think would be possible a short while ago. Whatever "agenda" Trump had, and especially the most controversial parts, can't happen through legislation. That's why I've been snickering at those "WE ELECTED A MEME HAIL GOD EMPEROR TRUMP" idiots since 2016. Just as politics swung so hard right they are bound to swing just as hard left eventually. But go ahead and relish you win in Florida, the South's sewer line.


>>
Anonymous 18/11/11(Sun)21:13 No. 1085 ID: 404e35
1085

File 154196719557.png - (642.94KB , 960x540 , Number 1.png )

As is usual in Florida, the lead has narrowed to the point that they're legally required to do a hand recount of all ballots.

And of course DeSantis is claiming that everyone should stop the recount and proclaim him god-emperor of Florida because he's got a little (R) next to his name and racists like him more.




Anonymous 18/10/22(Mon)10:48 No. 1047 ID: bd488c [Reply]
1047

File 154019813996.jpg - (29.27KB , 300x250 , 15.jpg )

Technically speaking, giving the choice of two genders based on either observable genitalia or genetic testing is insufficient: there are a range of hermaphrodites, and a number of chromosomal variations that should be accounted for.

That said, I support the administration's position that sex is not to be defined by how one feels, but by clinical fact.

Being transgender is a matter of identity, which the freedom of each individual to define when and how they see fit shall not be curtailed by requiring a medically sound description of their genetics and physiology for official uses.

You can still be whomever you want to be with a birth certificate that accurately describes the body you were born with.


20 posts and 4 images omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
Anonymous 18/11/09(Fri)11:20 No. 1082 ID: c6e683

>>1081
>This sounds an awful lot like
I am not familiar with the situation you describe nor do I source information from lunatic-fringe websites. As I have repeatedly attempted to make >>1054 understand, my information comes from actual people in the real world, so there's nothing to link. If however, either of you would go outside in the daylight at meet some people, you would almost certainly be able to find the same information for yourselves.

>He's been down this path before and appears to have decided this is the better option.
You must not have been here long. Welcome to /civ/; it hasn't been around long either. I know I'm fighting the tide here; the next generation isn't going to know what's real unless they can look it up in 0.2 sec on Google.

Seriously, when you look up and the moon is full, do you know it's full or do you check an online calendar to make sure it's full?


>>
Anonymous 18/11/10(Sat)01:44 No. 1083 ID: a870df

>>1082
You truly are one of 7chans most special children.


>>
Anonymous 18/11/11(Sun)12:10 No. 1084 ID: 34632d
1084

File 154193463063.gif - (499.75KB , 500x207 , Oh, you have no idea.gif )

>>1083
Pic related.




Anarchist Q&A Anonymous 18/08/18(Sat)01:30 No. 887 ID: c89d35 [Reply]
887

File 153454860913.png - (26.39KB , 500x300 , makh flag.png )

Anarchist Q&A; ASK ME ANYTHING
(Doesn't even have to be about my politics)

I'm sick and fucking tired of seeing people over worked, over taxed, and under payed. Fire at will.


15 posts and 1 image omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
Anonymous 18/10/30(Tue)07:39 No. 1057 ID: 28aa20

>>1056
....That is exactly the point I am trying to make....

They all tried communism; it didn't work. They turned to mixed systems for sustainability. It turns out communism and anarchy have that in common: neither is sustainable in its uncompromised form.

Do you feel my thousand-yard stare? I am looking through the depth of vacancy that is your intellect. It is a vast, dark cavern of emptiness.


>>
Anonymous 18/10/31(Wed)05:04 No. 1061 ID: b63622

>>1057
>They all tried communism; it didn't work.
Communism needs to be global to work. It's in the manifesto if you ever bother reading a book.
>Do you feel my thousand-yard stare? I am looking through the depth of vacancy that is your intellect. It is a vast, dark cavern of emptiness.
I'm not the person to who you were originally speaking btw. Are you like a professional asshole or what?


>>
Anonymous 18/10/31(Wed)09:11 No. 1062 ID: 1ae9a0

>>1061
>a professional asshole
Nah, I'm still in my apprenticeship.

>Communism needs to be global to work.
Surely_Karl_Marx_will_deliver-mydrybones.jpg




Anonymous 18/08/13(Mon)14:57 No. 882 ID: bade33 [Reply]
882

File 153416506939.jpg - (48.22KB , 644x445 , antifa-dead-cops-644x445.jpg )

Antifa is fake, run and organized by the very right-wing groups they claim to be fighting.


14 posts and 3 images omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
Anonymous 18/09/26(Wed)22:23 No. 961 ID: 8164ff

>>958
The reason we can't have nice things.


>>
Anonymous 18/10/18(Thu)03:55 No. 1044 ID: a870df

>>961
Thanks to stepped up efforts to stop citizens from exercising their right to vote, don't be surprised if that map has no red or blue by 2018 or 2020.

The question then becomes when do people throw off the shackles of the .1%? It won't be a pretty response.

I'm honestly not sure if the people stripping citizens of their constitutional rights have actually thought that far ahead. Being born into more wealth than one could actually spend in one's lifetime doesn't make someone intelligent.


>>
Anonymous 18/10/18(Thu)07:01 No. 1045 ID: 2be6c8
1045

File 153983886313.jpg - (6.07KB , 239x211 , TuckingItBack.jpg )

>>1044
>Being born into more wealth than one could actually spend in one's lifetime doesn't make someone intelligent.
Case in point.




Anonymous 17/03/14(Tue)18:18 No. 211 ID: 8ac136 [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
211

File 148951190926.jpg - (6.65KB , 198x233 , 200x400px-LL-45d6b6c3_image.jpg )

What if black lives don't matter?


56 posts and 11 images omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
Anonymous 18/08/10(Fri)10:37 No. 880 ID: f99970
880

File 153389024240.png - (11.32KB , 587x143 , 1533818977005.png )

>>878
I'll just leave this here.


>>
Anonymous 18/08/14(Tue)22:18 No. 883 ID: 0f52f2

>>879
The easiest way to discredit the idea that it's impossible to be racist against white people is to have white supremacists take it up. "Maybe if you had an important, powerful race, you could be racist to me, but you say you can't because you literally don't matter." That idea would rapidly get shut down real quicklike.


>>
Anonymous 18/08/17(Fri)04:33 No. 885 ID: d50172

>>883
Just don't ever talk about it again. Not to support it, not to criticize it. Let this stupidity die a quiet death.




Anonymous 17/09/24(Sun)05:47 No. 429 ID: 11862f [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
429

File 150622482221.png - (837.09KB , 1920x1080 , Screenshot from 2017-09-24 12-44-58.png )

>Well, Donal Trump had it all wrong.
>It was actually me, who was born in Kenya.

This joke is funny because she is white racially and culturally and that she was obviously therefor not born in Kenya. The part that's a jab at Duck for perpetuating the "birther" conspiracy isn't what people will be laughing about when they hear this.

Hillary makes this racially charged joke on mainstream TV and no one calls out her shit?


51 posts and 7 images omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
Anonymous 18/07/01(Sun)08:32 No. 873 ID: 5fc4cd

>>872
>humor
Being wrong is not making a joke.


>>
Anonymous 18/07/19(Thu)00:28 No. 875 ID: a870df
875

File 153195292192.jpg - (43.80KB , 576x1024 , 1A.jpg )

>>873
>Being wrong is not making a joke.
But it is the basis of an American political party.


>>
Anonymous 18/07/22(Sun)23:38 No. 877 ID: f452ce

>>875
Can't argue with that.




Anonymous 18/05/17(Thu)07:16 No. 762 ID: 3a3089 [Reply]
762

File 152653421979.jpg - (169.53KB , 1200x800 , DdFvbyrXkAEFW5r.jpg )

If the Kent State students had been armed in 1970, the Ohio National Guard would have killed them all.

They were protesting for peace; they didn't want to have to carry guns, kill people, or fear for their lives--and four of them were killed for it.

Peace is not derived from armament. Deterrents are an inherently short-sighted solution: they only pause an enemy who has already decided to attack you until they acquire equal or better weapons. Best case scenario, the peace of the gun lasts only as long as no one gets angry enough or crazy enough to risk mutual annihilation--someone like that will always be around.


13 posts and 2 images omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
Anonymous 18/05/26(Sat)14:54 No. 787 ID: ead321
787

File 152733928787.png - (16.31KB , 890x100 , NRA Slush Fund.png )

>>777
Did you check out how many guns the Vegas shooter had? These aren't people with thousands of firearms. Just having more than a half dozen puts you above the range of a normal gun owner. Most only have one or two.

But one thing is for sure though, most gun owners can't be trusted to properly secure their firearms. Because if you think the gubbermint is going to break down your door at any moment for years on end you can't properly secure your guns. You have to make sure you can commit suicide by cop. Otherwise your family would have to (gasp) sell your guns to try and get some semblance of an inheritance. And that's the worst fate of all. Your guns are more important than your life.

>>778
>Actually, the nuts hoarding guns tend to be mass murdered
Not really. They tend to end up "accidentally" shooting people.

Which is why the NRA is so adamant that there be no limits on the second amendment. If irresponsible ammosexuals were no longer able to purchase firearms, gun sales would plummet, and the NRA slush funds would dry up.


>>
Anonymous 18/05/29(Tue)08:34 No. 800 ID: e7aae7

>>787
I was thinking Waco, Ruby Ridge, etc. I guess the point there being that they hoarded enough weapons to get the government's attention, and then they were murdered (and helpless to defend themselves against overwhelming numbers, tactics, and armament).

>most gun owners can't be trusted to properly secure their firearms
Apparently this is how you defend your children's freedom to mass murder.

>Vegas shooter
There's a conspiracy theory that this was an arms deal gone bad, that the guy accused of the shooting was laying dead on the floor the whole time, and that his customers escaped--some of them firing shots in nearby streets on their way out. Normally I wouldn't give it much thought, but I noticed a number of articles have recently been revised to make the guy sound more creepy and mentally disturbed--none of that was in the interviews people did in the days immediately following the incident; it was added months later. Then again, it's probably just a story and the later additions might just be the NRA's usual tactic of portraying any mass shooter as a deranged individual who shouldn't have passed the background checks. That's the one angle they're willing to give, since they know background checks are useless--saying they'll support stronger background checks lets them sound like they actually care without making any change to their arrangment with the politicians and gun manufacturers.


>>
Anonymous 18/05/30(Wed)20:31 No. 803 ID: ead321
803

File 152770506132.jpg - (13.38KB , 550x413 , TrumpClock.jpg )

>>800
>Apparently this is how you defend your children's freedom to mass murder.
Coming soon in the 71st amendment.

>There's a conspiracy theory that this was an arms deal gone bad
There's a conspiracy theory for everything. Conspiracy theories are supported by people who demand that everything fit their preconceived narrative of the world. They see nothing wrong with on one breath talking about how the government is completely incompetent and can't do anything right, while in the next breath talking about how the government is behind all these massive super complicated conspiracies that would require superhuman levels of coordination if not outright telepathic communication.




Anonymous 16/11/13(Sun)06:06 No. 15 ID: 7676eb [Reply]
15

File 147901357253.jpg - (41.55KB , 624x351 , _92387384_obamatrump.jpg )

I’ve been thinking a lot about the meeting between Trump and Obama at the White House, and here’s the thing.

Obama used to be a law professor. This is key.

Law school is so, so different from college.

In college, everyone expects there to be a “syllabus day,” kind of a grace period where they can show up and get the lay of the land, figure out the bare minimum that they can get away with, the TA gives everyone their office hours, there’s an introductory lecture, and everybody leaves a few minutes early to go take a nap or something. You do the bullshit assignments, you say something in class now and then to get your participation check mark, and figure out how badly you can do on the final and still pass.

But see, in law school, all the methodologies you’ve spent the last 17 years operating under go out the window. Day one of law school is you being thrown into the deep end of the pool—you’ve had a homework assignment for two weeks now, and it’s to read the first 200 pages of your casebook. And now it’s you and the teacher (who is usually as smug as Alex Trebek) gauging and assessing what you managed to absorb while you skimmed through all those pages of reading so you could hurry up and get to the other 150 pages of reading for your next period class, in front of 50 people who are all smarter than you. And if you fuck up, or you didn’t do the reading, you are at the mercies of not just the professor, but the silent satisfied judgment of your peers.

Law school is hard, and it will make you feel stupid and tongue-tied and like you don’t know anything and can’t form an argument—because you don’t, and you can’t. Everybody there has had a 4.0 since birth. Everybody there was the smartest kid in their class, and you’re all rabidly competing for a sliver of a chance at something down the road. It’s petty, and savage, fiercely entrenched in a culture of formalities and ceremony, and exactly like Washington DC.

Yesterday when I was driving home, the NPR reporter talking about the Oval Office meeting mentioned that Trump had thought it was going to be a “getting to know you” type meeting, but that he was surprised when Obama stretched their talk out to 90 minutes before sending him along to the Capitol building where he met with congressional leaders for more lengthy meetings and stuff he didn’t want to do.

And he hasn’t even gotten to the actual job yet.
Message too long. Click here to view the full text.


19 posts and 3 images omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
Anonymous 18/05/29(Tue)08:03 No. 799 ID: e7aae7

>>798
That's pretty much what I posted, except to point out that there's nothing new about it. Yeah, the "everyman" shtick is old, but at least before mass media I could excuse people for not really knowing much about the candidate's personal lives. Now it should be the most embarrasing and shameful ruse that no politician could ever pull off with a straight face, but it seems to work even more effectively than ever now that they can smear that bullshit all over the country in nanoseconds.


>>
Anonymous 18/05/29(Tue)17:45 No. 801 ID: 7274a1

>>799
Mass media has been around since the 50's, but it used to have a censor for lies and inappropriate opinions.

Since the internet anybody can spread whatever bullshit they want about anything across the world and some people will believe it because they're stupid or biased or gullible or too lazy to do they're own research.


>>
Anonymous 18/05/30(Wed)20:24 No. 802 ID: ead321

>>801
Actually no, it really started in earnest in the 80s when the Fairness doctrine was abolished by Raygun. Without that the entire right wing media fantasy bubble would never have been allowed. The internet was just the cherry on top.




Anonymous 18/04/04(Wed)06:44 No. 597 ID: 58fd5a [Reply]
597

File 152281704547.jpg - (22.29KB , 446x330 , images (2).jpg )

Every three days or so, there's dire news about Tesla's future, followed soon after by glowing sales reports or new innovations.

This stock is being manipulated by the media in a really predictable way. I'm thinking about investing at the next cycle.


>>
Anonymous 18/05/18(Fri)16:45 No. 763 ID: ea6eb9

not worth it, buy stock in ceiling fans, i predict they are all the rage in 2044.


>>
Anonymous 18/05/24(Thu)02:19 No. 775 ID: 2be65b

>>763
yesterday's headline: Tesla must sell expensive hi-spec 3s before mass-production type can roll out, or die!
today's headline: Finally, good news for Tesla! Tariff reduction in China likely to boost Tesla sales; Ys coming.

I'm on the fence.

>2044
Assuming there's any /civ/ilization left to use them.


>>
Anonymous 18/08/12(Sun)14:01 No. 881 ID: cbc430

>>775
In 2044 a ceiling fan will be an indentured child you attach to your ceiling, who waves their limbs around to cause air movement on command.




Delete post []
Password  
Report post
Reason