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Thread about Finland. Feel free to contribute your finland related stuff.
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>>42391
It's kind of adorable, isn't it?
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Lada commercial home brewed shitty subtitles
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Today it was not the Finland doing the stabbening's :DDD
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>>42526
i want a finnish girl to stab me and then i will throw her down and proceed to wrestle her on the ground until she is exhausted. i will then leave forever.

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Thread about USA. Feel free to contribute your usa related stuff.
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>>42464
And also what's quite fascinating is that it was not enforced loyalty. There was no sort of demand for loyalty in the way that there is now. The loyalty that the States or the Union received from their immigrants came from the people themselves seeing the places as worth being loyal to. They were home, not just a place to live. It seems now with all the surveillance and police, loyalty to the state is something demanded or expected rather than earned. Another thing that disappeared with Old America I think, alongside classical freedom for the country.

Also, an interesting thing to look up, the Cherokee Braves of the Confederate Army.
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>>42461
No, I also make fun of imageboard meetup pics.
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american psychos!

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Had my tooth pulled because no way was I paying 600 euro for a root canal.

Send painkillers and tea
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>>42517
I brush my teeth religiously yet I still have plenty of problems with them and lots of fillings. It's strange to me that this is happening.

I even have a powerful electric toothbrush and disinfectant mouthwash and brush 2 or 3 times a day.
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>>42529
I think a lot of it is just tooth shape. Some people have teeth that easily traps food between them, and then they get cavities.
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600€ is pretty the same you pay here when you have insurance. Quite an oxymoron tbh. My question here is, does these 600€ include the crown once the root it out or is it just the root canal as procedure itself? I always thought everywhere in Europe these services were much cheaper than here. I know that in Germany at least it used to be fully covered by the health insurance.
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No. 42547
>>42546
it's between 300-600 euro without insurance and includes the crown. But it's 3 visits to the dentist. With my medical card I'm entitled to 2 fillings per year and as many extractions as I need (I've had 3 pulled in my whole life)

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Hey Ernst,

I'm looking for more analysis, deconstruction and interpretation of art and media at the depth and detail of [1], [2], [3], [4] and [5].
Not all videos from those channels are of high quality (except for Every Frame a Painting maybe) but every now and then they produce something insightful that makes me go "Good golly I didn't know" and I would like to find more of that sort. It does not have to be limited to films or games, in fact I'm looking for insights in more fields from history to boardgames to archeology, really anything that is well researched.

[1] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=doaQC-S8de8
[2] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4seDVfgwOg
[3] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-woNlmVcdjc
[4] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWFDHynfl1E
[5] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AffpO05p4V8

Sincerely,

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>>42535
>ForgottenWeapons

Hey, that's a pretty good example of what I meant with
>in fact I'm looking for insights in more fields from history to boardgames to archeology, really anything that is well researched.
I've never had much of an interest in guns, but I randomly chose one of his videos in good faith and was fascinated for the full 15 minutes. Nice mix of historic context and exploration of the engineering.

Thanks, Australia-Ernst
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No. 42543
>>42537
Thank you, the linked video is pretty much what I was hoping to find when I started the thread.

You also mentioned Zizek, but from my brief (repeated) exposure to him, I've grown rather alienated. Too much in your face-rhetoric and (mostly sensationalist) opinions for my taste. ZeroBooks (at least the one linked video) seems much more constructive in the sense that I have the feeling of being informed while Zizek seems to me like someone trying to manipulate me into accepting his perspective.
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>>42540
Interesting. While I agree wholeheartedly about truths being discovered and not a product of artists or philosophers, I would argue that the explanation and analysis of the discovered concepts effectively can enable more people to discover those truths.

At least for me it was necessary at some point to even realise that I was mostly consuming the direct interpretation of almost all art and that finding truths and meaning outside of my existing views required effort. Had there not been people pointing out deeper layers to some films or games, I might never have started forcing myself to reflect and thus discover things for myself.
I guess what I'm trying to say is that understanding art requires the notion that there is something to understand. I have become much more critical and less opinionated the more I studied what other people say and think. In that sense, it is quite important that there are people giving examples of how to analyse and interpret art and media. And it is not the same thing as pre-digesting meaning for you that you can either accept or reject.
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>>42543
Yes, possibly the mode of presentation is different.

but they both come from the same corner and there are references in ZB-Videos to Zizek

I found a copy of Angela Nagles "Kill all normies" from ZB on lib gen I think it was.

Interesting insights into the online culture wars, namly the rise of pol from 4chan counter culture to the current alt right. left identity politics on the inertent of the same period are explained too.
and both new left and right are fighting a culture war not only against each other but also against the conservatives of both left and right

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Post the last movies you've seen, good or not

To Kill a Mockingbird: Atticus Finch is currently defending Tom Robinson, a black man accused of raping a white woman. Meanwhile, Jem and Scout are intrigued by their neighbours, the Radleys, and the mysterious, seldom-seen Boo Radley in particular.

No: The film captures the historical moment of advertising tactics in political campaigns as in the 1988 plebiscite, when the Chilean citizenry decided whether or not dictator Augusto Pinochet should stay in power for another eight years.

Zodiac: Manhunt for a notorious serial killer who called himself the "Zodiac" and killed in and around the San Francisco Bay Area during the late 1960s and early 1970s
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Valerian and the City of A Thousand Planets

It was visually stunning and you could tell Besson did a lot to being a future time to the present. The story seemed a little rushed and focused too much on Valerian and his partner's relationship. I felt they could have done a bit more with the story and Rhianna's roles wasn't as terrible as I thought it'd be, but in a fight scene she is in her "true form" and says some cheesy stuff. Again it is visually stunning. I give it a 7.5/10, cause I still liked the action and was surprised by the acting.
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>>42499
It was nice looking, and the plot was okay, but there was something wrong with the writing or casting. I feel like some Nathan Fillion type of actor would have been much better for that kind of character.
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>>42502
I've read a few of the comics (and do not intend to watch the film even though I usually like Besson) and can tell you that Valerien is quite the douche and chauvinist from the get go. It's a bit like the James Bond novels where you have a character that simply does not fit in todays culture. Valerian isn't as extreme as Bond, who literally rapes a woman and it's okay because he is cool about it. But it's comparable to the earlier Tintin comics regarding racism.
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>>42505
I can't recall any scene of the comic him being douche and chauvinist.

>But it's comparable to the earlier Tintin comics regarding racism.
Bring examples because man...

Pic + file name + "Brooklyn" is all I have read of them.

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Have you heard of the Chad meme?
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>>42510
pls be in münchen
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>>42520

That was the most hypocritical thing ever said on this board, I think.
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>>42521
I'm further north, sorry
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No. 42530 Kontra
>>42525
I would assume it was sarcasm.

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I have been really sloppy concerning most American hip hop releases the last couple of years, but right now I felt like catching up so I took a look and noticed a new Left Brain mixtape is out:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXoXhR85Z-k

Just listening to it right now, but I like it so far. Interesting beat picks.

What are y'all listening to lately?
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>>42468
I prefer celt music... Celts truly suffered at the hands of everyone ;_;

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A27I-zsWMvU
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>>42509
Maybe the solution is to git gud and stop losing all ye land to the BSC (Big Saxon Cock) :-DD

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PR1jNb7pFNw

Sumer is icumen in
Lhude sing cuccu
Groweþ sed
and bloweþ med
and springþ þe wde nu
Sing cuccu

Awe bleteþ after lomb
lhouþ after calue cu
Bulluc sterteþ

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Though it wouldn't be fair to talk about gitting gud at not being conquered without posting some shit from the realest of all brutal facemelting death machines.
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>>42523
Fug triple postenings.
I also like this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhMJ92ENSsA

It's the story of how the Morin Khuur came to be. Basically Namjil got a flying horse that he rode to meet his gf every night. Then another lady got jealous and had the horse killed so Namjil made a Morin Khuur from the skin, bones and hair of his horse and used it to play songs about his horse :-DDD

Same guy since Nyamaagiin Dagiiranz is great. There's a documentary about him but it's not subbed unfortunately.

This song is about white camels :-DD
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-43smkY878

And the Gobi Desert

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How much can Ernst squat?
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>>40994
My best squat is actually exactly what that guy is doing. Assuming that the end thingys are 2.5kg.
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>>41756
>Assuming that the end thingys are 2.5kg.

They're plastic clips, weighing 0.1 kg at most.
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i can squat for 3 liters of beer and 200 grams of roasted sunflower seeds long
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>>42514

Slav jokes aren't funny anymore. This is a serious thread about athletics.

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any good youtube channels featuring a nice average girl blogging about things she likes? I would like to watch it. I'd be fine with a guy as well. Though the things they blog about should be a niche not very popular thing on youtube.

Here is one that i found a couple years ago: https://www.youtube.com/user/MeaXerxes

So really I just want some youtube channels to pass the time with when i have nothing to do. I am always fascinated by their obsession on some things. I myself am obsessed with some stuff as well but seeing them is like looking at a clear water reflection.

Here is another one: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU9DFOi9-JCIP-DrgUwoT2g
Guy or girl?
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Why would I know about some internet girl with specific interests? They just make videos about make up, cloths and stuff. Maybe check out "booktubers", that's all I can think of.
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Review | Lolita - Vladimir Nabokov
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hOl7xyTDwag
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>any good youtube channels

>channels featuring a nice average girl

pick one
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Y'all know the drill.

I've been feeling okay for the last few days. Not great but okay. I have some motivation for hobbies, just not as much as I'd like to have. I was able to do a little bit of Kazakh study today though for the first time in a while, and I think I'll do a little more tonight. You've also seen that I've been able to get back into flight simming to some extent. Can't do multi-hour sessions like I used to but I can do a sortie without quitting in disgust. I'm going to try and really knuckle back down into my daily Kazakh sessions this month, hopefully I can keep any serious depression off my back for a while.

Work is still kind of shit, they haven't gotten a new full-timer to fill in the gaps yet so I'm still on more hours than normal and on weird times for me, almost all day shifts instead of my usual nights.

How's your week been so far Ernst? Any plans for the new month?
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Nice ernst foodluck on that. I'm gonna familiarize myself with java programming a bit more since I have a class for it in a couple weeks.
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>>42492
We have forests. They're just primordial as fug. I also lived in New Zealand for 9 years or so and it gibes the best of both worlds.

Seriously though. Eurasian Steppe, especially in Spring. Gibe.
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It sometimes amazes me what a little bit of aggression does. Gaines' Mill is a defensive battle but I said fuck that and decided to try and be aggressive about it so that I don't have to fight on the open ground back around the objectives. Well, I've trapped the enemy forces in a bog/river and am slowly but surely encircling them. Stonewall would be proud, me using my smaller force aggressively to neutralise a larger one like this.
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All I can really say about this outcome is
>Southerners in charge of war