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it's august 6th 1982

 

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lately made a lot of jokes about trump drinking ukranian hooker piss

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if that's the only thing he does to them: make them piss in his mouth and pay them off for it, it wouldn't cause harm, I guess, but from what I've heard a lot of these upper society bosses like molesting people of lower age, social status and economical advantage to get a kick. if you are used to all kinds of luxury but mentally ill it must be hard to feel anything

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21 minutes ago, dingformung said:

if that's the only thing he does to them: make them piss in his mouth and pay them off for it, it wouldn't cause harm, I guess, but from what I've heard a lot of these upper society bosses like molesting people of lower age, social status and economical advantage to get a kick. if you are used to all kinds of luxury but mentally ill it must be hard to feel anything

coincidentally..  rape accuser allowed to proceed with defamation suit against trump. 

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I'm not a violent guy, but I wouldn't mind smashing his face

 

with my cock

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wait

hammer

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Maybe he would cum

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if you watch Michael Moore's very recent "Fahrenheit 11/9" you get a very similar story to Polanski's (fictional) Chinatown - everything from the water supply of Flint, Michigan being exploited for political/financial gain and harming millions of people in the process, to the corruption deeply embedded in all levels of US politics, even going as far as to suggest an incestuous relationship between Trump and his own daughter.

if Chinatown is real, i have no doubt that Salo and A Serbian Film are also completely real, most likely with Mexican kids.

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I was planning a trip for when this pandemic is over and came across this place on the map. What the hell is going on here? It looks like an asteroid scraped Earth a bit.

https://www.google.com/maps/dir///@46.011812,47.4845238,102448m/data=!3m2!1e3!4b1!4m2!4m1!3e3!5m1!1e1

 

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4 hours ago, Dragon said:

...Polanski's (fictional) Chinatown - everything from the water supply of Flint, Michigan being exploited for political/financial gain and harming millions of people in the process, to the corruption deeply embedded in all levels of US politics, even going as far as to suggest an incestuous relationship between Trump and his own daughter.

if Chinatown is real, i have no doubt that Salo and A Serbian Film are also completely real, most likely with Mexican kids.

corrupt leaders are as old as human society. I bet there's not a single country in the world that has immaculate "elites". (i hate this word, btw, there's not a single person in power that is elite in a true sense of the word) power corrupts. people that have power will do everything possible to hold on to it. they regard their status as a license to all sorts of privileges imaginable.

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1 hour ago, zkom said:

What the hell is going on here? 

the same could be said for all of Russia

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11 minutes ago, zero said:

the same could be said for all of Russia

I understand the sentiment, but Russia really is such a huge place that you are bound to find all sorts of werid shit.

Like that area is in Kalmykia, which is a republic within the Russian Federation. It's the only Buddhist majority state in Europe and their native language is a Mongolic language called Kalmyk, although most people now speak Russian.

Also chess is really big in Kalmykia and it's compulsory in all primary schools there. Check this:

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In the late 1990s, the Ilyumzhinov government was alleged to be spending too much government money on chess-related projects. The allegations were published in Sovietskaya Kalmykia, the opposition newspaper in Elista. Larisa Yudina, the journalist who investigated these accusations, was kidnapped and murdered in 1998.

Can you imagine somebody getting murdered when investigating government spending on chess?

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7 minutes ago, zkom said:

I understand the sentiment, but Russia really is such a huge place that you are bound to find all sorts of werid shit.

for sure. I've been to the Krasnodar region, to some of the black sea towns (Anapa / Novorossiysk / Gelendzhik) and can verify plenty of wtf things going on. 

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The Shure SM-58 is legendary for its durability, but the capsule might as well be fine china.

Gets dented just by looking at it.

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Like a chinese in a bullfight... 

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I don't know what the phenomenon is called in which old tools, consumer products, etc become decorative pieces? Like somebody might use an old mechanical typewriter or tube radio as an ornament. And it seems to happen some years after the item has become obsolete. For example now you can buy ornaments that look like rotary dial landline phones but are not actually functional.

Anyway, I started to think is there some piece of obsolete or old fashioned technology that isn't going to have that happening? And maybe the 80s-early 2000s beige box computers? Did anyone ever think they actually look good? F.e. can you imagine this being used for decoration without at least some kind of repaint or similar? It's just so incredibly boring looking. I've seen corrugated cardboard boxes that are more interesting to look at.

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I heard somewhere that sugar mixed with water is supposed to help stop hiccups. Well sure enough last night after going for about 20 min, I dumped about a teaspoon of pure cane sugar directly onto my tongue and gulped it down with water. Hiccups stopped immediately after that.

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Turbo engaged, blasting a massive 166mhz. Looks good to me.

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9 hours ago, zkom said:

I don't know what the phenomenon is called in which old tools, consumer products, etc become decorative pieces? Like somebody might use an old mechanical typewriter or tube radio as an ornament. And it seems to happen some years after the item has become obsolete. For example now you can buy ornaments that look like rotary dial landline phones but are not actually functional.

Anyway, I started to think is there some piece of obsolete or old fashioned technology that isn't going to have that happening? And maybe the 80s-early 2000s beige box computers? Did anyone ever think they actually look good? F.e. can you imagine this being used for decoration without at least some kind of repaint or similar? It's just so incredibly boring looking. I've seen corrugated cardboard boxes that are more interesting to look at.

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My SE/30 is squat in the middle of the living room and still works, but I use it rarely enough* it’s pretty much just decoration now. Most I’ve seen in other places had been turned into aquariums; is there a word for objects whose beige plastic parts age toward different colors?

*(except the extended keyboard, which I’m typing this on 30 years later)

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39 minutes ago, Gocab said:

Turbo engaged, blasting a massive 166mhz. Looks good to me.

Always wondered who wouldn't press that button... I mean, it's not like there's a mhz traffic police or something... 

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have you ever wondered what was the criteria to choose WATMM's featured artists?are they really the true music makers? wtf is a clark?

i mean, look at this: 👽👾

 

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