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 No.6232[Reply][D]

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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 No.7764[D][DF]

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I JOIN THE BATTLE

 No.8805[D][DF]

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You can tell me in hell.

 No.8826[D][DF]

>>8825
Quit shilling your shidty youtube channel



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 No.8089[Reply][D]

Here's an internet oddity I just found. Try googling isis ainu, ainu meme, muslim ainu, or something similar. You'll get a bunch of old-school image micros containing very similar but never identical text pop up.
There's pages and pages of this stuff with no evidence I can found about who exactly is making or enjoying them. No comments, no accounts, no nothing. They're mostly from quickmeme or occasionally memecrunch or some similar bot-filled "meme farm." The few I tried investigating on quickmeme all had roughly 950 shares, with not a lot of variation around that number. The whole thing feels very computer generated, I say it's the escapades of a learning machine, likely related to the one that makes those weird ads that show up on less reputable websites.
A 2016 study claims that, at the time, 52% of internet traffic was bots (https://www.imperva.com/blog/bot-traffic-report-2016/) How high is that number now? Why aren't people more weirded out by this? Who is making these bots? What is their end goal? Is making a bot to churn out shady ads about early ways to detect cancer really so profitable? There's more going on here, I feel it.
Point of this thread: theories regarding the islam ainu thing, is it a bot or no, any information on this matter you can dig up, panicking about the whole bot situation, maybe any funny retard bot ads you've seen.
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 No.8656[D][DF]

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>>8654
I just found the exact website which i now didn't just reload again.
it had random letters again and a .ddns.net domain.
I decided to look around the website and all the links lead to the website findsbooks.online .
I am pretty sure this is just a shidty Credit card scam.

 No.8740[D][DF]

>>8089
>old-school image micros
>shidty advice dog bullshid
you need to gtfo silly sausage

 No.8824[D][DF]

>>8740
Another bot trying to hide the truth



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 No.8790[Reply][D]

People aren't appreciative enough of the ability cabbage has to simmer in liquid for a very long time without losing its shape or firmness. When you see cabbage in a restaurant is it almost always raw in a salad, or lightly sauteed or stuffed and baked. But cabbage is best when it is stewed for a long time in broth or beer along with some spices and a kind of meat. Why is stewed cabbage not more popular? It is the most flavorful and enjoyable way to consume cabbage.

Brussels sprouts are like little mini cabbages that come out amazing in a slow-simmer soup or stew, but everyone is roasting them like a dumb. Roasted brussels sprouts are boring as shid compared with stewed brussels sprouts. Throw some in next time you make a chicken soup or something. See what I mean. They are like little balls of bursting flavor. Like leafy brothy gushers.
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 No.8797[D][DF]

>>8796
your just a lazy normal faggot who settles for inferior greens instead of doing a little work to create a sublime meal, you have no right to be making stew u pussy bitch fag face nut sucker

 No.8798[D][DF]

The war of greens, truly a great sight.

 No.8799[D][DF]

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>>8797
>marinating and frying is extra work
watermelon addict, I'll beer-batter and pan sear for a quick lunch on Wednesday. Don't tell me my business, you triple pleb. Marinating and frying is what you do to add flavor to bullshid food, like tofu.



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 No.8433[Reply][D]

Hello internetlings. This is a time capsule, tell the people of 2024 anything. Multiple threads are being posted, seeking as many responses as possible. On October 7th, 2020, all of these links will be archived and preserved as they were on that date in time. On October 7th, 2024 these archived links will be posted around the web. Participation is mandatory.
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 No.8769[D][DF]

>>8433
i just hope that people will start realizing the importance of anonymity online after the shid that has become social media

 No.8770[D][DF]

>>8769
same. its sort of already happening with people making throwaway or alt accounts.

 No.8776[D][DF]

masali



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 No.8718[Reply][D]

i have discovered that there are many kinds of nuts.
and i have found many fun facts about said nuts.
heres one about peanuts.

There are 4 different types of peanuts:
runner, which is your average peanut.
Virginia, This is just a big runner.
Spanish, they are red-brownish and have more oil than in other peanuts they are used in making candies.
Valencia, These are my favorite type of peanuts they have 3-4 kernals per nut, and they are sweet peanuts, their color is red the pic is some valencia peanuts.
post any nut facts you know of.
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 No.8748[D][DF]

You guys are completely NUTS!
Haha you get it because first of all a nut is a fruit composed of an inedible hard shell and a seed, which is generally edible and it also could be a reference to the current mental health state of the individual posters above me!
Now ain't that wacky and cool.

 No.8750[D][DF]

>>8748
The shell is insoluble fiber and you should eat it for lower bowel health.

 No.8762[D][DF]

>>8750
Pumpkin seeds are the exact same. you can chew a seed whole without shelling it.



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 No.8665[Reply][D]

Lets make our official list of rules of the internet https://encyclopediadramatica.wiki/index.php/Rules_of_the_Internet
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 No.8692[D][DF]

>>8665
WE ALREADY DID YOU NEWFAG

 No.8693[D][DF]

The point of the rules isn't to enforce them, but to give the reader a sensible chuckle. /pol/ related content is just unfunny because its ruseman value, intent to offend, is ineffective. Nobody on any image board anywhere is offended by it. The majority of users are tired of it. If you post it unironically, you are cringe.

 No.8694[D][DF]

>>8692
this



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 No.8591[Reply][D]

https://www.fox10phoenix.com/news/not-made-on-this-earth-top-secret-pentagon-ufo-task-force-reportedly-expected-to-reveal-some-findings


So uh. What do you all think of this? The Pentagon quite literally disclosing the existence of ayylmao spacecraft?
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>>8592
"an off-world vehicle not made on this earth"

Must be New Zealanders from Pluto.

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 No.8613[D][DF]

I love 2020.



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 No.5367[Reply][D]

Share funny/interesting quotes from anywhere
here are a few I like:
>don't take my word for it, ... well actually, you can take my word for it. it's true, that's why i'm saying it

>I don't understand jazz at all, the rhythm is irregular, the sax and trumpets are the worst, their sharp noise are hurting my ears, I'm not just not enjoying this genre, but it makes me want to die.


>kill yourself ironically
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 No.7976[D][DF]

>Go FAQ Yourself

 No.8216[D][DF]

Rule 29: you.

 No.8644[D][DF]

"Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God's will is – his good, pleasing and perfect will."
-Romans 12:2
Romans is a cool book. Paul was smart, his letters show the nuance of successful mission work. This verse lays out a very roman value (improvement of the self and mind through reasoning and discipline) and then backs it with a Christian one (Man's efforts can and should become aligned with that of righteousness and therefore the Lord) and slaps a call to action on top of it. Paul did not just run in thumping his bible and waving his cross claiming he was right and the Romans were wrong, he respected the existing culture and values of the Romans and sought to build a bridge. I doubt early Christianity could have survived without adopting some good Roman will and ethics. I think about this a lot, you don't have to be a Christian or even strongly religious to see the wisdom in it.



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 No.8639[Reply][D]

I swam in a river today.
What's your sports accomplishment today/tomorrow/yesterday/whatever?

 No.8640[D][DF]

>>8639
'bout a week ago i cleaned a chimney mary poppins style. that's pretty much it lol. i used to go biking but i lack the time.

 No.8642[D][DF]

The other day it rained and then the sun came out, so the grass was wet but the cement was dry. I went out to get the mail in my socks, but the sidewalk path to the mailbox runs to the driveway first and then to the street. A car was in the driveway, so there was only a very thin line of available cement for me to walk on without getting my feet wet, and I couldn't balance on it because the car was right where the mass of my body would have to be to find equilibrium. So, I jumped roughly parallel to the car, planted my foot hard on the small available concrete, pushed off and used my momentum to go into a spin that kept me on target instead of shooting me perpendicular into the grass and landed me on the dry, wide sidewalk behind the car. It probably looked really cool.



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 No.8071[Reply][D]

ITT: 2000's memes
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 No.8636[D][DF]

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 No.8637[D][DF]

>>8636
Oh that's actually quite brillant

 No.8651[D][DF]

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This is deep lore. I wonder if cockmongler has any children but i'm guessing he's still gay.

You rolled the number 234597877 (dubs)



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 No.8019[Reply][D]

What's your personality disorder /b/

pic related it's mine
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 No.8171[D][DF]

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cancerous test

 No.8536[D][DF]

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>>8019
I might be the most mentally healthy person here, though the obsessive-compulsion score surprised me.

 No.8614[D][DF]

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Lmao i don’t have any low



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 No.8593[Reply][D]

its my birfday today guyze
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 No.8597[D][DF]

>>8593
I hope you have a nice birthday and the days beyond.

 No.8598[D][DF]

>>8593
Happy birfday!!!

 No.8602[D][DF]

>>8593
How old are you now?



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 No.8549[Reply][D]

Let's make a board game!
My idea has something to do with lazers and lumber.

 No.8556[D][DF]

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Your move.

 No.8601[D][DF]

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>>8556
i win



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 No.7744[Reply][D]

Share things that everyone should know but not many do.
>Always wash your leafy greens thoroughly; thye are the most common cause of food borne illness
>if you lose a finger or even your hand if you put it on ice maybe they can put it back on
>When you're driving down the road and two fences line up and shimmer it's an illusion called a moire
>you can get cool fart facts at http://www.heptune.com/farts.html
>With two polarized lenses liek the ones in polarized sunglasses you can see the stress patterns in clear plastic, this is really cool with saran wrap because you can pull it around and stuff.
>If you only have one polarized lens don't worry because the light from most screens is already polarized, so just put one polarized lens over your eye and rotate it until the screen looks black and the put your clear plastic between the screen and your eye
>If you knock out a tooth keep it in a glass of milk until you can get it put back in
>if you get stabbed by something don't pull it out, you could worsen the bleeding/upset your internal organs
>Mild exercise throughout your life greatly reduces the likeliness that you will get osteoporosis in old age.
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 No.7824[D][DF]

>>7822
>Share things that everyone should know
anon posting that rebecca sugar fact, by the definition of the thread, implies that its something important, however robo argues that it's the standard twotter shidshow reply that's being used to demean people and that it's a useless fact, due to the abundance of practical examples of such a thing happening.
A fact that "everyone should know but not care about at the same time" doesn't really make sense, anon.
SU is complete trash though.

 No.7825[D][DF]

I'm just saying, if everyone knew Rebecca Sugar used to draw gay porn of underage characters we would have achieved a Utopian society by 2014

 No.8531[D][DF]

>When someone says "thank you," responding with a simple "your welcome" isn't always the right choice. It often comes across as subconsciously self-centered or insincere. If you use a phrase that downplays your actions and shifts attention back to the person giving the thanks, you'll be able to avoid looking self-righteous and become 500% more likable. Good humble phrases include "No problem," and "don't mention it" are both good. "I'm sure you'd do the same for me" can be phenomenal if used right, but it's a little iffy.
>Or, use a phrase that confirms you helped out just because you're a bro. "it's what I do," "Anytime," "My pleasure." It's especially important with these to make eye contact.
>>7819
Yeah but it's funny, stop defending cat pictures when it can be used to defame a progressive perv like Sugar.



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 No.7696[Reply][D]

What are your favourite short stories, /b/?
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 No.7851[D][DF]

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>>7696
The Watcher by Robert Benson. I read it in an old ghost story book I stole from the school library (don't tell)

 No.7857[D][DF]

>>7851
that image looks like its from that wikipedia album cover thread

 No.8530[D][DF]




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