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I'm here now Bernd 10/15/2022 (Sat) 13:45 [Preview] No. 48999 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I'm here now. What's happening here?

Why the captcha? KC doesn't have captchas
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Bernd 10/16/2022 (Sun) 12:17 [Preview] No.49030 del
nice get btw

Dutch bernd Bernd 10/23/2022 (Sun) 15:42 [Preview] No.49078 del
It's dont. Just really slow but still active

Bernd 10/23/2022 (Sun) 18:15 [Preview] No.49080 del
I've tired posting here a few times, but often the board doesn't load properly or my posts are rejected. Such cases.

Just as I typed this post a few hours ago, the page was "undergoing maintenance" or something.

Bernd 10/23/2022 (Sun) 18:16 [Preview] No.49081 del
*tried lol. Freudian slip.

Bernd 10/23/2022 (Sun) 18:18 [Preview] No.49082 del
The qbunker is under attack for couple of weeks now, on and off. Endchan is getting fixed and updated and whatnot, to mitigate the flood. So this causing usability issues.

Bernd 12/23/2018 (Sun) 23:03 [Preview] No. 21503 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I've checked the catalog couldnt find any good youtube channel threads(delet if there is any)

share, shill and subscribe



These are about old guns about and stuff, which include muzzle loading ones as well.
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Bernd 10/16/2022 (Sun) 07:14 [Preview] No.49024 del
You must surely recognise that his presentation in them is very poor.
>It has its market.
Defence contractors?

Bernd 10/16/2022 (Sun) 07:37 [Preview] No.49025 del
It's reconstituted food. His opinion is "as good as any such can be", and it is a good review for these. Except that one meal which he spits.
>Defence contractors?
No. Civilians. Tourism, camping, and hiking is a consumerised industry in itself. Bunch of people spend money on all kinds of useless shit, clothing and gear and packaged food, and go glamping with their shit. These types of food packets with Mountain House brand and the others fit into this.
Maybe you don't buy these, maybe I don't buy these, but there are plenty of people out there who do. Mostly Americans, ofc.

Bernd 10/16/2022 (Sun) 10:40 [Preview] No.49026 del
I'm thinking about Western Euro markets, if they buy these stuff. Because instant food ofc as popular as anywhere. I dunno what Western Euro hikers would prefer. Most Hungarians will laugh about these things, they probably never heard any of these.

Bernd 10/16/2022 (Sun) 10:58 [Preview] No.49027 del
We usually just do meat and or seafood on the bbq here. I can't imagine wanting to buy any of that dehydrated stuff unless I were going to a very remote and unfamiliar conflict zone.

Bernd 10/16/2022 (Sun) 14:20 [Preview] No.49031 del
Their pro is the shelf life, the ease and quickness of preparation. They are also light, so it's good if one can get water and don't need to bring that too.
So those will use something like these who are out for a "longer" (more than 1-3 days) period and don't have the means to keep food cold, and don't have much time for preparing meals. So those who don't camp in place, don't go by car, but are on several days hike on a trail. There might be others, like who create adventures for themselves like the straight line missions GeoWizard does, and ofc larpers, who play survival in their backyard.
In Europe however you walk liek 20 mins and you'll be in a settlement with shops and restaurants. Okay, there are areas, like national parks where this isn't true, and maybe the towns, villages would be out of way or add a considerable amount of distance.

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Bernd 07/01/2020 (Wed) 18:47 [Preview] No. 38255 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
>yes I'm well versed in industrial capacity of Ottoman Empire during ww1, how did you know?
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Bernd 07/17/2020 (Fri) 04:06:58 [Preview] No.38646 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=HGKrKJ1iKtg [Embed]

really makes you think

Bernd 07/17/2020 (Fri) 05:18:11 [Preview] No.38648 del
One pasha of Buda had a thing for wine. But since it's haram he had to sneak out from the castle and visit wineries in secret. On one occasion he found such a good drinking buddy, that he made a blood-pact with him, forming a brotherhood. The Hungarian didn't know whom he made the blood-pact since the pasha was incognito. I'm sure there's a story following, that the guy finally called on a favor (or vice versa) but I don't know about that.

Dutch bernd Bernd 09/07/2022 (Wed) 03:44 [Preview] No.48675 del
Do you have a link for the story bernd?

Bernd 10/05/2022 (Wed) 12:44 [Preview] No.48909 del
Have not looked it up yet. I'm not sure I'll to be honest.

But here's another thing. Not entirely related to the Ottos.
https://youtube.com/watch?v=UZ7KN3-RlQ0 [Embed]
So this Jew is talking about the Solomon temple and its lost treasures.
When I saw this first time, I had an opinion about this. The place was ransacked and destroyed a couple of times, rebuilt, used, refilled, and as this guy says it wasn't anything that could rival the temples of the surrounding large empires. Egypt, and the Mesopotamian civilizations and then Anatolia, the Hittites were immensely rich in those times, building wonders, amassing wealth. They frequently clashed in the border region which was the Levant, with the Jewish tribes and other tiny states populating it. Eventually the nth original temple was destroyed and the Jews brought to captivity. There they met these civilizations up close, personally, and they lived there for generations. They saw those temples there, but noone remembered their own as the first generations died, the tales remained, and the viewpoints of the first captives, who probably spoke scornfully about the temples of those nations. So the coming generations inherited this view but only knew the riches and looks of these temples, so they dreamt their own more lavish and rich, filled with treasures and exotic stuff. And well where could all the treasures disappear? They were hidden ofc.

Bernd 10/05/2022 (Wed) 12:52 [Preview] No.48910 del
I had another thought, and I watched again. This bloke also has that Shatner-esque pauses what Paul Harrell has. Kinda. This isn't the other thought, but this:
In the ancient civilizations the temple was the center of the economy, in fact in Hungarian we call it temple economy because of this (and also palace economy, how the English calls it too). The main settlement had the temple with the scribes who doubled as priests, or the priests who doubled as scribes. They did the administration of the state, they were the ruling class basically. The surrounding lands were dotted with smaller settlements with specialized functions. Fishing villages, orchards, quarries, farms, mines... they produced food, pottery, building materials, tools, weapons, etc. and the products were sent to the central temple where they made an inventory and decided about the use of the stock they amassed. Some sent back to the villages for consumption, the others they used in communal building projects and such, and ofc the priesthood lived lavishly from what they kept.
And this Jewish myth about the treasures of the temple, seem to reflect this type of economic organization. Besides the rabbis and their tribe had an exceptional place in Jewish society.

ITT we post threads Bernd 04/16/2020 (Thu) 00:06 [Preview] No. 35963 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Can be from any imageboard.
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Bernd 04/17/2020 (Fri) 14:47:17 [Preview] No.35995 del
Do people still go to 4chan nowadays?

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Bernd 04/23/2020 (Thu) 06:54:42 [Preview] No.36165 del
>common core in action

Bernd 04/23/2020 (Thu) 14:39:59 [Preview] No.36180 del
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/int/ is the only board that I'm still missing now, after I got banned years ago

Bernd 09/27/2022 (Tue) 12:14 [Preview] No.48826 del
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Gondola thread Bernd 08/05/2020 (Wed) 18:08 [Preview] No. 39054 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Gondola is the last meme that ratified by peoples of ylilauta, bogdanoff brothers, lola&claire and it deserves to be posted more often, after gondola era, memes become more and more obnoxious.

It's one of the most bernd firendly meme imo
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Dutch bernd Bernd 09/07/2022 (Wed) 03:39 [Preview] No.48672 del
That's an option though.

Also bumping this old thread

Bernd 09/07/2022 (Wed) 08:17 [Preview] No.48681 del
That gondola has a robotic pants?

What are the other options?

Bernd 09/12/2022 (Mon) 20:56 [Preview] No.48729 del
>That gondola has a robotic pants?

It is allusion to this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Wrong_Trousers

Bernd 09/13/2022 (Tue) 13:54 [Preview] No.48731 del
Huh. I might have seen that. I know Wallace and Gromit, saw some of that animation, and the penguin also look familiar. It was long time ago.
It looks just the right trousers for gondola.

Bernd 09/17/2022 (Sat) 15:21 [Preview] No.48753 del
Good movie though

Syria Thread - It's Actually Ukraine Edition Bernd 04/01/2022 (Fri) 19:04 [Preview] No. 47132 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]

Can't do without a bit of Syria. Tradition. Continue discussing conflicts in third world shitholes. The hot topic these days is Ukraine however.
Situation after way over a month is unsure. Russian had obvious results in the map painting department, but about how each militaries are doing the intel is unreliable. In the north changes seem to happen, previously Russian occupied settlements now under Ukrainian control again. Russians said they are withdrawing troops, Ukrainians said they're just regrouping for another attack. In the south Russians reached the Dniepr from Crimea and pushed to the east reaching Donbas, Mariupol is surrounded but not surrendered yet. Most of Luhanks oblast seems to be occupied. Clashes were had to the west over the Dnieper, up to Mykolaev and Krivoy Rog. Lots of fighting were done at Sumy and Kharkov. I think now an operational pause is going on.
Now on this livemap I see many air raid sirens going off in western Ukraine. Not sure why.

Here's a handy informational from Al Jazeera.
It shows who will suck the most in the EU, since official policy now seem to turning to give up Russian fossil fuels and replace them with... energy grass? I dunno, something oil from US companies, or oil from companies owned by US companies or something.
Also this don't seem to show the gas situation, gas as natural gas, not benzine/gasoline/diesel or what USians calls gas.
Anyway several EU countries have reasons to veto embargo on fossil fuels as weapon against Russia:
- Latvia
- Northern Hungary
- Finland
- Hungary
- Lithuania
- Bulgaria

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Reached Bump Limit Bernd 09/20/2022 (Tue) 10:01 [Preview] No.48764 del
and now autosäging

Dutch bernd Bernd 09/25/2022 (Sun) 15:16 [Preview] No.48796 del
New thread when?

Bernd 09/25/2022 (Sun) 15:20 [Preview] No.48800 del

https://telegra.ph/Referalnye-kody-dragon-money-02-20#Реферальные коды dragon money Bernd 02/28/2023 (Tue) 16:55 [Preview] No.49882 del

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15th of November - Republic Day Bernd 11/16/2018 (Fri) 01:56 [Preview] No. 20613 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Today we celebrate and glorify Pedro II's overthrow in a military coup 129 years ago, marking our transformation into a banana republic. The strongman who led the coup is even in every 25 cent coin.
As typical, Temer spoke about the virtues and strength of liberal democracy even though the Braganza were more liberally democratic than the following regimes.
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Bernd 08/29/2022 (Mon) 03:02 [Preview] No.48586 del
>The concept sounds a bit cooked. And forced. Feels kinda unnecessary. I see it is set into some kind of pair with thassalocracy, maybe for the need to name a group where non-thassalocratic states/countries can be included. So it sounds more liek exclusion from that group, which doesn't really belong (compare it to Bri'un) then get moved to the other.
Dugin was thinking geopolitically, tying imperial geography to trade/transport and then to how an empire has to organize its military, society and politics to control its territory. I have no idea if the article does justice to his theory, it's brief and doesn't get into the nuances. When an empire did form in South America, it was a lot different from the Eurasian land empires, either because of circumstances or geography.
Brazil becomes more land-based in the republican period, with the Navy becoming of secondary importance to the Army and a conscious, long-term and still incomplete effort to move the economic center of northward and inland. This is best symbolized by the capital's transfer to Brasília. A poweful bureaucratic apparatus and central authority did form. On the other hand, instead of "conservatism and the permanence of legal norms", there was greater political instability.

Bernd 08/29/2022 (Mon) 07:15 [Preview] No.48587 del
While one could make abstractions, find common themes, deduce underlaying rules, set up criteria, etc. the individual cases will be different enough if we take closer look. Geography is certainly a decisive factor for state and country formation, how the people live there. Other circumstances, like the historical background, and starting point also matters. The fate of Americas were all changed and basically all parts of it was put to a similar course when the colonizers set their foot onto the shores from their ships arriving from the motherland, and then they spread from the shores to inland.
I think historians, political scientists and the like view the region of the Eurasian steppes wrong. There are people with different ideas ofc, but they are fairly marginal. I'll take now an idea, a fragment of an idea, and will add a couple more fragments.
Eurasia should be viewed as a big pond, or a quite unusual river flowing in two directions, with ditches and banks on each (Eastern and Western) end, trying to deflect the flood, keep the water out. These banks are such empires as the Roman and the Chinese. Maybe even the southern borders with Iran and India are in similar position. In this giant region too empires formed but they are more changeable, more fluid, than what the brick people (Roman, Chinese, Iranian, Indian) build on the periphery. And they create waves as they emerge and put the water in motion, which then run towards the banks, sometimes over it causing floods and crises and changes. The point of emergence is always a different place, and when the flood reaches to the end will differ. The last wave was pushed by the Russian colonialism towards the East. The Mongol blokes appearing in this war with Ukraine now as soldiers are the waves reflected back from the Eastern banks (there were earlier waves too, it's like when one pebble causes many waves in a puddle, and stones are thrown generously into the Eurasian pond). The Central Asians appearing in European Russia is the sames.
Compared to this the countries emerging from the overseas colonies will have a very different fate, organization, and behviour.

Bernd 09/08/2022 (Thu) 12:30 [Preview] No.48696 del
That 8 wheeler looks badass.
Are they... symbolic? Any meaning they want to express?

Bernd 09/08/2022 (Thu) 21:45 [Preview] No.48701 del
They are what they are, tractors represent agriculture. The parades happen everywhere and are both civilian and military in content, back in middle school I remember marching past the town hall with my class. But this is the first time tractors partake in the capital's parade. The subtext is Bolsonaro's alliance with agribusiness.

Bernd 06/03/2019 (Mon) 12:13 [Preview] No. 26858 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
if you upvote my thread good blessings and loving girlfriend will come to you

if you like my thread on facebook you will experience 5 months of good luck =)

it'll come to you ==))
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Bernd 09/07/2022 (Wed) 04:11 [Preview] No.48676 del
It sounds annoying.

Bernd 09/07/2022 (Wed) 08:57 [Preview] No.48683 del
Some think they are the greatest blessing a man can have while they are nothing but a problem to solve, or even a chain of problems.
Others just lift you up. Some even in literal sense...

Bernd 09/07/2022 (Wed) 13:00 [Preview] No.48687 del
I'd love too but im starting to think im magnet for bad women.

Bernd 09/07/2022 (Wed) 13:43 [Preview] No.48691 del
It's too much work and I don't like dealing with people, I just want to do my own thing. It's why I don't have a dog either, I would like a dog, but then you have to train them, take them for walks, groom them, feed them etc and it's just too much work.

Bernd 09/08/2022 (Thu) 06:50 [Preview] No.48695 del
>dog, but then you have to train them, take them for walks, groom them, feed them etc
Basically that's the point of having the dog, to do those activities. Otherwise get a plushy instead.

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Bernd 07/05/2020 (Sun) 19:58 [Preview] No. 38380 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Is this common in German-speaking land?
t. muslim
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Bernd 07/09/2020 (Thu) 05:22:57 [Preview] No.38505 del
>don't have a choice
Do we have at all? This is the question since democracy was invented.

Bernd 07/09/2020 (Thu) 16:16:42 [Preview] No.38507 del
>Do we have at all?

Bernd 07/10/2020 (Fri) 19:48:44 [Preview] No.38521 del
I think this could be changed.
First people need to be allowed to get involved on the lowest level of governing, at their settlement, or if it's a larger city, then at their borough, neighbourhood. They need to be let govern directly, they need to feel that they do stuff together. This have to go for years. Then it could be taken one step further, city or county level, then to the state/country. Even indirectly can be done responsibly and can be done in a way that the representatives could be told directly how they should vote in the Parliament, or they could be called back and someone else be sent instead of them.

Dutch bernd Bernd 09/07/2022 (Wed) 03:37 [Preview] No.48671 del
>I think this could be changed.
Maybe vote for change to start? It's a step in the right direction.

Bernd 09/07/2022 (Wed) 10:05 [Preview] No.48685 del
As a grassroot movement could be initiated with a referendum by people.
They have to collect a certain amount of valid signature to do this. A disorganized group however has less chance to do so. They also need to send their message to wider audience so people will know what's this about. As a first step it could be about direct democracy in their locality. They could face considerable amount of bureaucratic headwind since it means ending the politician profession. Some live very comfortable doing nothing but acting important as politicians do. They won't like this. Also there or powers (for example lobby groups) who enjoy the simplicity of having certain politicians in their pockets who does what told. They just need to own couple of key figures, as the bottlenecks of exercising governing power. They won't like this either.
Direct governing also has it's own problems. Many people feel they just want to work their 8(+) hours daily and then leave them alone. They don't want to bother with getting informed about current issues and making up their minds on their stance on it. It could be a bother to go vote on every other day, but we possess the knowledge and possibility to do all that electronically now, so it could be done with less hassle. (But we all know that the politicians in power would use this as an excuse to block the initiative, claiming it's too expensive to build the infrastructure, and even if we would manage to go through them, the thing would be made poorly and even more expensive - most of the cost would wander into the pockets of the politicians.)

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Virgin vs Chad Bernd 08/18/2020 (Tue) 18:40 [Preview] No. 39353 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
It's far from kc specific meme, but I see it here and there and it bugs me that people are missing the point that these supposed to be ironic. These morons just call - both on image or just in written form in their comments - their preference Chad and the opposing side Virgin. Probably they can't even grasp the concept of irony.
>hurr it's funny because of name calling
The core of the joke comes from the swap between the obvious superior and inferior choices. This needs a healthy amount of self-irony, but worth it because in return it emphasizes the banality/absurdity/stupidity/etc of the inferior side by setting it up as if it were the better.
Instead of directly saying "that's stupid", "you are stupid", etc. it plays a jest which alleviates the harm that an insult would cause. I think it's a playful and lighthearted meme with still great potential I can't promise I could produce them on a BONG level, but an OC or two maybe I could squeeze out.
Note: there might be exceptions from the rule above, we'll see.

ITT post Virgin X vs Chad Y pics, requests, images that needs fixing, or your OC, Bernd. For the latter two preferably the captions to add and explanations as well.

Picrels: first two are templates, feel free to use them, last one my first attempt with this meme mayhaps will update it hence I insecurely named it v1.
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Bernd 09/02/2020 (Wed) 15:52:35 [Preview] No.39703 del
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Nope. Don't confuse it with grug. Which is a 4chan meme anyway.

Bernd 09/02/2020 (Wed) 20:32:22 [Preview] No.39716 del
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>WHERE ARE THE HATS"????!!!!!!

Damn. Fixed.

Bernd 09/03/2020 (Thu) 05:55:12 [Preview] No.39731 del
Hah! Great! Thanks.

I might do an inverse of it for the fun.

Dutch bernd Bernd 09/07/2022 (Wed) 03:40 [Preview] No.48673 del
Bumping thread again

Bernd 09/07/2022 (Wed) 08:17 [Preview] No.48682 del
Doing God's work.