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You're scrolling /all/ too fast again!
Pay this bread a post or serve your sentence.
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Just came back from /nothing/, needless to say it's pointless.


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ahahah hmmmmhmm hahah hewlllo officer


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ITT: Tell us what you're emulating and discuss emulation.

A good site to find games to emulate.

These are the best (in my opinion) PS1 and PS2 emulators.
PS1: (Make sure to up the quality in the enhancement settings.)

I'm currently playing through the Legacy of Kain series. I recently finished Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain and it's such a good game. The soundtrack, level design, gameplay, everything is great. The writing really blew me away, I loved hearing Kain speak. His lines are like straight out of some old gothic horror novel.
I'm playing Soul Reaver now. I don't think it's as good but I'm still enjoying my time with it. Raziel is a bit too angsty for me at times. The game still has a cool neo-gothic vibe and the music and writing holds up.
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Another thing I forgot to mention, the level design was also really cool.


kinda looks like low poly dark souls
i wanna play this now


Go for it, it's really fun.


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You have to post a fighter that could beat or at least be at the same level than the last character posted.
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Just look at those soulless eyes, That damned smile...


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twoot bless our troops


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1) Go to (w/o translate)
2) Click randomly
3) Bringu back a souvenir
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Your Fortune: Outlook good


your FACE takes long to load
[spoiler]i think its because of old software or maybe the amount of japs using it might also be the problem[/spoiler]
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i need this
fucking epic


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Post vidya-related gifs.
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Last one.


lol such an old game but it really does look epic


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Newfag here, found this place because it was mentioned one of the many altchans. How would you describe this place in a nutshell?
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cheers lad, hope you enjoy your stay


We don't care about politics.
Hope you have a good time


yeah, we're pretty apolitical


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Hello anons, since there is no /tg/ I thought we should have a board game bread here on /b/. I got a copy of Ticket to Ride recently and I have enjoyed playing it. It gets me thinking about all the possible strategies. That game seems to be very popular, so maybe some of you are familiar with it already.
One of my favorite board games is Arkham Horror. I used to play it sometimes with my frens. It's very big and takes a long time, plus it's hard to win (everybody plays on the same team). The turns are eventful and exciting. Some people find the rules to be too complex, but I think they help to keep things from becoming predictable.
Of course, those are two very different kinds of games. I enjoy most of the board games in my collection when I get the chance to play them.
So, what do you like to play? Maybe we can share strategies or tell fun stories. This can double as a tabletop RPG general as well. In particular, let me know if anyone here has played Advanced Squad Leader--I never have, and I'm curious about it.
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I prefer small games now it's easier to elaborate rules and carry. It's kinda sad to see big boxes covered by dust but it's difficult to find players who can handle 3+hours.
Sometimes I lurk the variant section of a game on BoardGameGeek to give a second chance to an old or boring game, it saved Zombies!!! from the trash.


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A thread for music from the southern U.S., from the 1800s up until the 1960s, give or take. Negro music, work songs, gospel songs, religious hymns, ragtime and early blues. Old-time Appalachian and mountain music are also welcome.

This music interests me a lot for many reasons. There is so much emotion in this music, the raw and unfiltered aesthetic really resonates with me. These were real people with real problems and they dealt with these problems through their music. Some of the religious recordings, especially from the black churches, feel hypnotic. It's like the music puts you in a trance.
Another thing is the mystery that surrounds many of these songs. Most, if not all, of these performers weren't performers in the professional sense. Most of them were farmers, countrymen, laborers or workhands. Just everyday normal people like you and I. Many of these would have faded into obscurity if not for the likes of Alan Lomax and his father, who set out to record this music in the early 20th century. Even so, little is known about a lot of these musicians and some may never be identified.
Here are some of my favorites: (Warning: There's a loud, split-second burst of static at 6:57, probably a recording error.) too long. Click here to view the full text.
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Never heard this version of Henry's song. I really like it, it's very calming.


Roscoe Holcomb has a very soothing voice.



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Post songs you could consider "2000s-core". Shit like Linkin Park, Hoobstabank, The Fray, Evanesence, any edgy old things you can find.
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I've been thinking about this lately, and it is concerning. I have been pondering what I would do if the internet went out for an extended period. The world economic forum made a video on this in January and, that scares me. I don't want to get too political or conspiratorial but, a future cyber outage or attack on the internet feels possible. What would you do if that happened? Also, how do you think we can prepare?
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I think the whole "big three" idea is pretty gay and maybe the same should be done with the internet where instead of using the one internet, people should branch out and actually use diffrent ways to experience it


That has already kind of happened though, but only for more niche groups. The average user would have a very similar experience, with instagram, tiktok, plebbit, and the like but after that the experiences diversify very quickly
The only problem would be that no big company would want this as it means less centeralization, which makes it harder to track and moderate users. And most people will just go with the flow regardless of what happens



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Its finally happening guys, after years of living as a neet im getting a job,

so in celebration lets have a wagie thread, discuss employment, its struggles, its strengths, tips and tricks ect
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the year is getting closer to an end, which means eventually have to get a job. There's a local hobby lobby and i was thinking of going with that for several reasons being
*Medical, Dental & *Prescription Benefits
*Paid Vacations
*Personal/Sick Pay
*15% Employee Discount
*Life insurance
and atleast 17$? an hour which i think is pretty good for babbys furst job. Also it's a christian company so maybe there wont be too much bullshit i'll have to see or deal with if you know what i mean.


Been at this same managed IT provider for 5, almost 6 years now. I need to leave it. The pay's enough to survive, but there's no benefits whatsoever. No vacation days, no medical (at least I make little enough to get it free from ACA), nothing.

I'm not really learning anything new here, either. Most of what I do is tier-1 type stuff, resetting passwords and installing print drivers and verifying backups and all that. Occasionally we'll get greenlit on a project that lets me do something interesting. Build a new server, migrate someone's infra to another location, whatever. But those have been getting rarer over time.

I've tried looking for other jobs and I got several interviews, but I bombed them all. Turns out they're not just looking for skills. If that's the case, I'd have been hired already. No, they also want a super cheery and friendly people-person, someone to entertain them. One guy even cut off an interview early claiming that I wouldn't be a good fit for the company, and this was after a series of remote interviews that impressed them.

So now I have to work on my people skills before I can get a new job. Except I can't, because there's nowhere in this town where I could talk to people outside of work, and even if there was, all the interesting people leave before they're 25. All that's left is the typical suburban American trash. You know the types.

I wonder if it's worth seeing a shrink. Not that there's any available when I'm off work.


maybe you should find a non-programming job?


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A thread to talk about how your day went. Venting, talking about future hopes/dreams, or just chatting is all okay.
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Today I found out that this lowlife that I went to school with died earlier this week. He was found dead in his apartment after someone set fire to it.
It's strange to think about it, because I've known this guy since childhood. I didn't know him well but when you grow up with someone, like classmates, it's hard to forget them. Now he's dead, gone from this world, yet I don't feel bad about it. I don't feel bad for him at all. It's not known if he was actually burned alive in his apartment. I hope not because that would be a terrible way to die and I don't wish harm on him or anything, but he was just a shitty person. It wasn't his fault per say, he had a very rough childhood. His dad was an army vet and I'm pretty sure he physically abused him regularly. Me and him used to fight a lot in school, now when I've matured I realize he was probably acting out due to abuse. Both him and his brother grew up to be total fuck ups. This guy I'm talking about was involved in drugs, crime and was generally known to be a total loser. I heard one story about how he was staying at his parents place after rehab or something similar and while they were away one weekend he sold all their furniture so he could buy drugs. I heard another story that he let a drug lord fuck him up the ass to clear a debt, I've confirmed this one to be true. It doesn't really surprise me that this dude's dead, he was a total fuck up and I'm certain his death has something to do with his past. He died outside of our home country, he fled because he owed massive amounts of money to people here. Wouldn't surprise me if someone took him out. Either that or he finally OD'd.
Life's strange, anons. One minute we're here and the next we aren't, and all we leave behind is our reputation.


Ain't that the truth.


what sucks is the huge amount of people like him that's out there and that it's like some endless cycle


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>What is this?
It started a while back in 2019 after a suggention of a "22Chan movie night" was mentioned, Anons complaining of nothing much to talk about, And the idea of a "22chan radio".
Multimedia club. The genre doesnt really matter, nor the format. Book club, movies, animu, documenterys, cartoons, and even music. The list goes on.
>Why does this exist?
The main goal for /mmc/ is to aid discussion on the site and breadmaking. (not to take it away) hence the name "club" i.e like a book club format where we watch/read/listen to something, and then discuss it. Either in this bread, or where the appropriate bread exists. (Like watching cowboy bebop, then discussing it in a cowboy bebop bread) The only exception is during the holidays (christmas, halloween, made up 22chan holidays or probably when twoot randomly decides to watch some movie) and it can also be used as a "22chan radio" in the times where no one is watching anything. You can actually join in and submit content to watch/listen anonymously without needing to make an ((account)) too.
Pic related is us
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A whole board is gay, (and offputting for imageboards. other altchans and even a regular pornsite has single "watch party" bread on /b/ boards or whatever. i know mmc isnt supposed to be a watch party and more of a way to bring activity to our /a/ and whatever other bread or board but thats not what im getting at) and the discussion in this bread should be only meta stuff like your post and announcements for streamings, and not for discussions for whatever shows or movies we watch.
Atleast thats how i see it. Also i think when you guys have to make a bread on /a/, its best not to do the "we are watching this on /mmc/" thing because it looks weird and eventually all the breads on /a/ will be filled with breads like that instead of it looking like a normal animu bread

You rolled the number 839485119 (no dubs or higher)


we will be streaming in 10 minutes


The stream will start now
sorry for the wait


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bread for evil corporations (and curious people) to find out everything about 22chan anons
I meant to say poll bread, sorry
How often do you visit 22chan?
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Why do you keep posting these?


i'm not exactly sure what you mean by "you", but i personally thought this poll would be interesting because i'm betting not too many people use /k/


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I'm tired of feeling like shit and talking about how I feel like shit with other people who feel like shit. Let's please have a thread where we post things we find inspirational yet still honest. Good life advice, the kind of things you'd hear for dear old dad. Hard life advice, even. Just something that makes you want to get up and punch someone in the jaw. Something that would make those dirty hippies cry.
Here's a quote that's been done to death but every time I come around to it again I get something out
>Every day a man must build. If he does not, he will succumb to instant gratification in the form of alcohol, drugs, meaningless sex, masturbation, video games and other foolish activities. Some men build their career; some a relationship. Some build their hobby and others build their body strength. Few build their knowledge. And fewer build a passion. Many men go days, months, even years without building anything because they are waiting until they "feel like it". Great men put feelings aside and start building every day.
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It's great. I soul highly recommend the show. It's all on YouTube by the way. The MMC watched it a while ago.


Yeah, it was a comfy anime


>“For many of us, the road is a difficult one, but the path is always there for us to follow, no matter how many times we may fall.”
>“Sometimes, I tell myself that these wildfires never stop burning. But I’m the one who starts them. Not God. Not them.”
>“When our Lord entered the temple and found it polluted by money-changers and beasts, did he ask them to leave? Did he cry? Did he simply walk away? No. He drove them out.”