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Authorities are cracking down on WRONG THINK Teenage Girl 22/08/30(Tue)20:35 No. 25221 ID: 838b0b
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1.Youtube is now posting warnings of "did you mean to say fucking in your post?". I got this when my comment had swear words in a Bill Burr video where he talks about tracking your purchases when they scan your ID if you pay in cash.
2.Shitchan is cataloging you wrong think instances and eventually banning you on them, like it's plebbit or something.
3.Plebbit ofc is also doing that.
I don't go anywhere else but it seems that the narrative is being pushed harder than ever. Soon there will be no where to hide online and if you're not part of the young hip woke intellectual world you will be an island and banned from everywhere. It's legit social credit in the USA in 2022.


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Teenage Girl 22/09/01(Thu)05:27 No. 25223 ID: f5fbc6

Theyve been doing that for a while
Also, You Tube has taken down videos for wrongthink before anyway. What youre describing is exaggerated indignation of the usual.
Also, lets not pretend antiwoke sites are any better.

Listen eight three eight bee zero bee, Ive had it with your self induced menstruation.

Stop personalizing inconvenience as "le woke menace."

Your main character syndrome is reeking like a vaginal discharge


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Cato 22/09/01(Thu)05:49 No. 25224 ID: 24e565

Even if you are right, and they are trying to "silence us." Who cares? It's just the internet. Go outside.


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Teenage Girl 22/09/02(Fri)09:15 No. 25229 ID: c69c83

>>25224

>Go outside

I do, sadly it's a small twon (100,000 ish).
The people in charge of the it at every level, are totally down with the "woke" whatever.
Then lots of pgroups also forceing, this "woke on everyone".
It's very strange. It's not like it was even needed. People were not assholes in general and just about everyone got on.
Yet now it's like people want to live in a skeleton justice wizard 1984 world.
To me personally I feel "woke" is just away to hide real hatred and abuse.
I just avoid most place and people its up to them, how they behave. I just though we'd as townfull different poeple had come along way since I was a child and now all I see I total regression in the name of progress.
Stupifing truly.
Oh well, these can't be helped.
I'm not going to join in.
So I'll keep to myself and hang out where they don't go.


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Teenage Girl 22/09/03(Sat)17:15 No. 25232 ID: eb6582

If you're the kind of person to obsess over "muh woke" shit on the internet, you're probably an exceedingly annoying and shitty human IRL and I'm glad that you're feeling more and more cornered.


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Teenage Girl 22/09/05(Mon)16:30 No. 25234 ID: f57cf9

>>25232
whatever


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Teenage Girl 22/09/05(Mon)19:58 No. 25235 ID: 54bbf2

>>25232
Haha, he whatever'd you!


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Teenage Girl 22/09/09(Fri)05:43 No. 25239 ID: 95801d

>>25221
> the narrative is being pushed
If you want people to take you or your ideas seriously, you’re going to need to learn to talk about them without sounding like you live at the center of a tv show, bc it makes you sound like you’ve watched so much entertainment you can’t tell reality from fiction anymore.


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Teenage Girl 22/09/09(Fri)22:46 No. 25243 ID: 192ece

I think it's concerning, even if the rest of the anons in this thread don't. The internet shouldn't be governed but that seems to be the direction we are heading in.


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Teenage Girl 22/09/13(Tue)01:27 No. 25245 ID: 776662

>>25243
The Internet was always governed.
It originated as special communications for military and government.

It was that back then, when Internet was made a civilian service, there was a few thousand patrons. By the mid-2000s, there was a few hundred thousand, if not a few million.

Internet shouldn't be governed?
Neither should be TV, movies, or books.
Yet, they all get slapped with regulations.


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Teenage Girl 22/09/23(Fri)17:03 No. 25270 ID: d8ac5f

>>25245
Even airwaves are governed and regulated to an extent, even if it's to say certain bands (CB, for instance) are a free-for-all as long as it's not being abused with extraordinarily powerful transmitters or transmitting naughty words (or of course anything else that would normally test the boundaries of the first ademented).

At some point, government is a necessary evil, which is why the concepts like limited government and balance of powers are so important to try to keep a lid on the festering rot. There's a lot going on with using HAM for digital packet radio these days, and it's easier than ever to get a HAM loicense and a little rig to run off a laptop. As with any life process, freedom must continue to grow, thrive, and compete with control in order to maintain a more preferable version of symbiosis.

Would packet HAM radio exist without at least the de facto "government" of industry standards to for the communication standards, mass-produced accessible hardware, and widely available software all necessary to make it a convenient reality? I think not.


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Teenage Girl 22/09/23(Fri)18:28 No. 25272 ID: a9a5bd

In the UK, the royal family own all the frequency's.
Guess it's gone from queen to king, doesn't matter.

For example the tv loicense is not enforced by the bbc.
Its was british telecom and the old bill.

So depending where you are, its who own or thinks they own the airwaves.

just a side note


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Teenage Girl 22/09/23(Fri)19:06 No. 25273 ID: d8ac5f

>>25272
Some frequencies go around the world quite easily, regardless of which sovereign claims to "own" them on its own sovereign territory. I wouldn't mess too much with earth resonant frequencies because that could get get military attention and that's the wrong kind of attention.

But a shortwave radio can be a valuable thing to have, even if it's just to listen in when normal communications go to pieces. Lots of people can transmit, loicense or not, and enforcement resources are always limited, so you'd kind of have to make yourself a thorn in somebody's side to worry too much about a little here and there.


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Teenage Girl 22/09/24(Sat)09:02 No. 25274 ID: c69c83

>>25273

Yeah, shortwave is a good start. Elavation (?), getting your antenna high enough for good range.Was an imortant thing an old friend, who was well into it explained.
The way things are going shortwave could be very important.
Just hardly used in UK now.

Another side note, :)
Fans of a horrible band called pychic tv (probable spelt that wrong). Used to broard cast real wierd fing crap late at night after channels ahd stopped broad casting (this was the late 70's & 80's). By using tower blocks. Theyed stick antenna out of a top floor flat and let it drop down (could have that last bit wrong, meh anyone interest do some home work) and pump out there shit.

Would work well I imagine for shortwave HAM sets.

also

> I wouldn't mess too much with earth resonant frequencies because that could get get military attention and that's the wrong kind of attention.

cracked me up, cheers anon
have a lovely day


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Teenage Girl 22/09/24(Sat)15:25 No. 25275 ID: d8ac5f

>>25274
Oh for sure if you can drop a wire from somewhere high up in an apartment building that'll do wonders as an antenna. Transmitting with it efficiently and not ruining your equipment takes some tuning, but that's part of what separates out the kind of people who probably shouldn't be transmitting too far or too loud anyway. For reception, that'd be killer.

And I'm serious about earth resonant frequencies. No normal radio rig is going to operate at like 10Hz and all the rest, but they use that for very low bandwidth communications for submarines and whatever where you don't have a lot of options beyond using the entire planet as an antenna. Your main audience is going to be the people you didn't want to contact.


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Teenage Girl 22/09/24(Sat)16:40 No. 25276 ID: 61ba65

>>25274
I would also like to advise that I have confirmed with my own scientific testing that if you can some bit of exposed steel that connects to the internal structure of a steel and concrete building. Or on occasion you might find a bit that connects to a steel roof or something like that. If you can get a decent electrical connection to it, then that can become a great receiving antenna.

Usually these same steel structures are grounded to hell and back again for safety and because that's how you anchor a steel building into the ground anyway. But if you can connect far enough above the crust of the earth, then you get the differential effects of being below ground vs. above it like a ground plane antenna. If you have a one-wire antenna, then just connect it up as high as you can get (cf. metal roof). A differential antenna, put the other lead as far down as you can get it. Then the entire internal structure of the building is your reception.



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