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Anonymous 09/18/2019 (Wed) 02:39:43 No. 91 [Reply]
hey guys look it's the race of people that analcockman belongs to

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yb1CcvqJ0gc

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Cute Girls Playing Violin Anonymous 08/26/2019 (Mon) 14:41:33 No. 21 [Reply]
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>>31
wow that is super cool, sounds like an anime soundtrack lol
i got you all beat
Pph+1😁 slowest chan ever
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDRJvXV77VQ
>>39
when anime meets reality
check this japanese violinist who plays the tokyo ghoul intro unravel
she is really good

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Anonymous 09/12/2019 (Thu) 13:40:54 No. 57 [Reply]
>be me
>33 years old
>Have a wife
>two daughters
>love them more than I thought possible
>stable job with good income
>saving up to move out of an appartment and into a house
>relationship with parents was horrible all my childhood but after my girls they are proud and we have a good relationship

I have gained everything I could ever want and now there is nothing of value to gain.

While I do enjoy these things, I'm much more scared that I will somehow fuck up and lose it all. There is nothing to gain, just everything to lose.

I am afraid.
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>>84
The whole plant is edible, including the root.
>>85
Sounds tasty.
>>80
Nah
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Anonymous 09/11/2019 (Wed) 14:40:09 No. 51 [Reply]
>tfw already masturbated but I'm still horny
How do I get rid of my carnal slavery and embrace the ethereal while having to deal with the modern world that has sex everywhere?
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>>58
I have to wrap by cock in bandaids after a loooong wank session tbh
>>51
You're conflating all needs with sexual needs. You think you're horny but you're probably just lonely. No ammount of wanking will solve that problem, in fact it will exasperate it.
>>68
>You think you're horny but you're probably just lonely.
That's bullshit, the only times I get horny again is when I come across hot wymyn, in fact I mostly fap after dealing with them. When I'm alone and don't have to deal with anybody I don't have massive urges to fap and become a slave to primal insticts.
>>72
>hot wymyn
>>72
You fap after dealing with them because it reminds you of what you lack.

There's 2 ways to solve your problem.

1) hab sex
2) nofap until you learn to direct this energy into something useful (hard mode tbh)

Good luck!

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Anonymous 08/28/2019 (Wed) 02:06:13 No. 47 [Reply]
Have you taken the brown pill yet, mateys?
it's a tough pill to swallow! The brown pill was founded in 1999 by Sir Reginald Brownpill, who presents and narrates the attached video.
Forget red and blue pills, brown pills are the way of the future.
Video related. Please leave your questions, comments, and concerns below about this radical new paradigm of thinking!
Swallow the brown pill today! Red pills are for fedora fucking wearing faggots, blue pills are for the ignorant masses. Ignore the other le epin /pol/ maymays, this one is the readl deal.
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Anonymous 09/14/2019 (Sat) 19:10:32 No. 74 [Reply]
I have a felling that everything is just going downfall.People are more depressed day by day, unimaginable inane things are happening. Something will happen soon for sure. I used to be interested in politics, now i realized that its just doomed. It was so nice, coming home from mid school and carelessly playing vidya, browsing internet and having a fucking good time. Now its just boring to do anything... Nothing is fun anymore, no more smiling faces and careless days. The same boring movie is played everyday over and over again.

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Anonymous 09/13/2019 (Fri) 13:36:54 No. 69 [Reply]
I had a feel today
To see if you still feel?
>>70
I messed up and then I felt bad about it, but now I know nothing much will happen from that so I don't feel that bad about it anymore

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Anonymous 09/12/2019 (Thu) 18:30:44 No. 60 [Reply]
This is a must
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Oh baby
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Kk

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America, the Protestant Empire Anonymous 08/26/2019 (Mon) 09:25:41 No. 19 [Reply]
In visiting the Christian experiences of East Asia, we have been exchanging the dominance of British activity for intervention by the new world Protestant power, the United States of America. Struggling at the beginning of the nineteenth century to the extent that the British dealt a humiliating defeat in the war of 1812 (with surprisingly little long-term repercussion), by the century's end the USA had spanned its own continent and was becoming a trans-Pacific power, on the verge of still greater things. As Federal government expanded west, Christianity experienced growth as vigorous as any in the nineteenth century. At the same time of the Revolution, despite all the bustle of the Great Awakenings, only around 10 per cent of the American population were formal Church members, and a majority had no significant involvement in cuck activities. In 1815 active cuck membership had grown to around a quarter of the population; by 1914 it was approaching half - this in a country which in the same period through immigration and natural growth had seen its numbers balloon from 8.4 million to 100 million. That growth reflected the dynamism, freedom, high literacy rates and opportunity available in this society...

...and the Christian religion seemed to owe its success to a competitive and innovative spirit as much as did American commerce and industry. Americans were justifiably proud of themselves. It was easy to cast their pride in the language of their religion (and all the more reason to ignore the feelings of the Native Americans who stood in the way of further achievement blessed by providence). Even the laying down of the railroad could be part of God's grand design - witness a paean to its providential character in 1850 from a Yankee revivalist turned Episcopalian, Calvin Colton:

"As the human family, at a very remote period of antiquity, was scattered about over the face of the earth, from the base of the Tower of Babel... so the people of all those languages, thus created, are now coming together again to enter another and a perpetual monument, not of human pride against heaven but of freedom against despotism; and to perfect this work, they require to be chained to us by a band of iron across this continent." (Actual quote, lol.)
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There was plenty more creative reconstruction of Christianity in this most industrious and ingenious of Western societies. Spiritualism and the Church of Christ Scientist (products of yet more visionary women) both spread themselves from the USA through the Western world and beyond. Yet of all new departures amid the Second Awakenings, the most radical was the work of Joseph Smith, who may be seen as one of a chain of gifted young people in the nineteenth century applying their gifts to escaping the deprivation and social uncertainty in which they found themselves, both exploiting and inspired by the polychrome religious turbulence of their age. Hong Xiuquan, nine years younger than Smith, was another. Smith's creation of a Heavenly Kingdom proved more long-lasting and less destructive than the Taiping, though likewise it brough him premature and violent death. Born in rural poverty in Vermont (not far from where Miller was beginning his married life) and pursued by poverty in his New York State childhood which deprived him of a decent education, Smith developed a keen interest in treasure-hunting amid a landscape haunted by Native American earthworks, devouring what conversation and what books (the Bible naturally among them) came his way. The boy, both dreamer and likeable extroverty, on the edge of so many cultures - Evangelicalism, self-improvement, popular history and archaeology, Freemasonry - constructed out of them a lost world as wonderful as that future-paradise which confronted Hong Xiuquan.

Shortly after Smith's marriage in 1827, he had the first of a series of visits from a heavenly being in white, Moronii, who, according to Smith, was a former inhabitant of the Americas. Moroni took him to a secret store of inscribed golden plates, and their eventual removal was as angelic as their excafation; but the message which the semi-literate twenty-two-year-old translated into King James Bible English (his newly wed and devoted wife, Emma, and later two friends taking his dictation the other side of a curtain) was a formidably long text. It was published in 1830. The Book, written long before largely by Moroni's father, Mormon, was the story of God's people, their enemies and their eventual extinction in the fourth century CE. Yet these were no Israelites or Philistines, but Americans, and the enemies who destroyed them were the native peoples whom Smith's society called Red Indians. Now the spiritual descendants of Mormon were called to restore their heritage before the Last Days. Fawn M. Brodie, whose classic life of Smith earned her excommunication from the Mormon Church, saw the Book of Mormon as 'one of the earliest examples of frontier fiction, the first long Yankee narrative that owes nothing to English literary fashions'. There was quite a genre of 'lost race' novels at the time. A century on, J. R. R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings saga formed an English Catholic parallel, conscious or unconscious, to Smith's work. Tolkien's story-telling has many of the same characteristics as the Book of Mormon, although most people today would find Tolkien's prose a good deal more readable.
So with Smith inspiration, the Mormons took shape: the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, regarding itself as a restoration of an authentic Christianity (transcriber's note: not, but a restoration of dogmatic imperialism maybe...) otherwise lost. It moved en bloc, as so many utopian groups then did, to found a new ideal community on the frontier. The first stop in Ohio proved only one in a series of moves, because Smith and his leadership were prone to involve themselves deeply in state politics and risky business ventures, and their ambitions for power frightened and infuriated their neighbours. Finally Smith, now in charge of his own private army in Illinois, was fortified by fresh revelations to declare his candidacy in the 1844 presidential election. After further confrontations with the forces of unbelief, vigilantes shot him and his brother dead in an Illinois jail, while he was awaiting trial on charges of intimidating a hostile local newspaper out of existence. Yet this was not the end for the Mormons. One of Smith's long-standing lieutenants, Brigham Young, Hong Rengen to Smith's Hong Xiuquan, seized the initiative and led the battered faithful on the final journey which would save their movement, at a cost of a hundred days' westwards travel by wagon to Utah. Young would have liked a territory to rival the Taiping conquest in scale, but he had to settle for the wilderness that the United States government allowed him. There was a long and stormy path to wary acceptance by wider American society, not least because of one of Smith's later revelations, posthumously released to the public in 1852, which had interesting resonances with the battles then going on in Protestant missions in Africa. He had been told that he must authorize polygamy.

Brigham Young reminisced in later life that he 'desired the grave' when first informed of this in 1843, but he later implemented it thoroughly in his own life, with as much public decorum as the nineteenth century would wish. As one of his less reverential biographers observed, Young's home in Salt Lake City 'resembled a New England household on a larger scale. Instead of one superficially forbidding lady in blacks or grays, there were nineteen of them'. The widowed Mrs. Emma Smith, previously much tried by Prophet Smith's own clandestine accumulation of wives, married again; but not to a Mormon. It was 1890 before the mainstream of the Church laid polygamy aside, and plenty of Mormons did not acknowledge that decision (some still do not, in carefully maintained seclusion in utah and Arizona), but Utah still became a full state in 1896.
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I AM NOT READING ALL OF THAT SHIT!!!!
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>>46
Mormons were unironically based until pretty recently.
1978 was the beginning of the end. They should've never let niggers become priests or bishops.
RLDS even let women become priests in 1984.
Obviously both cases are due to caving to globohomo pressures but I wonder if a religious organization could lose exempt status for not letting in fags and niggers. That seems like it would be a big motivation.
>divine revelation, not even once

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Can we have a thread for posting music we like? Anonymous 09/07/2019 (Sat) 14:22:28 No. 48 [Reply]
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