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 No.1996[Reply]

ITT we discuss the buck breaking maymay

Share ur derivatives ITT
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 No.1998

https://youtu.be/YZ9WfnvcX5Y
https://youtu.be/bbS_HjEcq4Q

i am not familiar with this 'breaking bucks' meme could you illuminate me?



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 No.1943[Reply]

What if incels started a country and traded exports with other countries for their women? Every man could have a harem and the only men allowed in would be the founding stock.
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 No.1944

its called kazakstan

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 No.1945

>>1944
Pretty sure we're all late to the party on that one.



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 No.1919[Reply]

thread

mixed oat and whole milk with my morning bowl of swiss muesli and its very /nice/
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 No.1921

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 No.1881[Reply]

this
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 No.1882

this guy is reddit tier

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 No.1883

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>>1882
dont hate the player hate the game

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 No.1886

>>1882
He's the Aryan ideal TBH.



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 No.40[Reply]

>niccers
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 No.102

>>87
Get professional help :)

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 No.128

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someone call the ass ambulance for this kike >>102

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 No.971

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this is the nicest thread

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 No.1852[Reply]

The body was too short or empty.
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 No.1750[Reply]

I know what I'll do now. I went driving around some country towns in the states/areas I want to live, looking for some young cuties walking with their parents. I actually found way more than I thought, I was genuinely taken aback by it. Maybe there really is something to the idea that country towns (mountainous ones, where I went…) build people with raw beauty or strength - untouched by toxic cities etc.

So I've got 2 options:

1. Find one of these young girls with their parents and talk to them (both/all of them), introduce myself, explain that I am looking for a wife and can provide, etc. If I do this though, I think I'll want to be fairly setup in the area that I want to be living in (probably same place I find the girl). Though recently I've questioned this - MAYBE I can just get the girl's contact and keep talking to her while I decide on where to buy a house or rent etc etc etc. Depends how interested she or her parents are, maybe. I don't want to waste a young girl and her parents' time.

(Also I probably want to live near her parents as it would be easier for them all to have her moving in with me, she could see them and our children often etc).

2. Find an older girl around 18-19, still a virgin, who has become pulled into pol culture and is more self-conscious about wanting to be a trad wife. If I meet a girl like this I won't have to be so setup because she'll be a bit more independent.

So now I'm mostly just thinking about it, as moving somewhere new and getting a wife would completely just changing my life. The other thing is that the more I wait the more money I'll have, I have half a mil in crypto and I suspect I'll at least double that by 2022, though my real prediction is more like 2 mil at least. Had 100k at the end of last year btw.

And I recommend everybody do what I'm doing.
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 No.1778

>>1777
That's really the main issue. Continuity is one of the most important bases of a religious tradition. Every single Buddhist teacher in their world traces their teaching lineage directly back to the Buddha, and all Hindus keep very good track of their gotra. Once this link is broken, it's damn hard, if not impossible to reforge

Native European religion was violently murdered by Christianity while it was still in relatively primitive stages of mythology. The Greeks were just starting to get into metaphysics and the Germanic peoples were still on the level of literal deities in the sky swinging hammers and making lightning. No one can look back on this and create an authentic religion from a few archeological sites and Christian records

It's an old source code from thousands of years ago and it won't mesh with the modern mindset, because it's missing thousands of years of updates

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 No.1779

>>1776
>foky still angry he's never been touched by a woman
lol

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 No.1780

>Christianity 100% destroyed germanic paganism and rewrote the sources, it's just gone lol
>No, you can't research your own folk history, the experts say there's nothing left so give up already
>Just pick and mix bits from whatever seems cool, the more exotic the better, your germanic ancestors wouldn't mind

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 No.1781

>>1780
Go ahead and base your life off the small handful of poems in the Poetic Edda

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 No.1784

>>1770
Well all paganism as I'm thinking of it is European or it had European roots (as in Buddhism and all the other stuff which is entirely nonWhite today). So I see the Greek stuff as basically the same as the Nordic stuff, the people were virtually the exact same, just the expression is somewhat differenty based upon the time period, context, location etc.



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 No.1515[Reply]

Therefore I say unto you, Be not anxious for your life, what ye shall eat, or what ye shall drink; nor yet for your body, what ye shall put on. Is not the life more than the food, and the body than the raiment? Behold the birds of the heaven, that they sow not, neither do they reap, nor gather into barns; and your heavenly Father feedeth them. Are not ye of much more value than they? And which of you by being anxious can add one cubit unto the measure of his life? And why are ye anxious concerning raiment? Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow; they toil not, neither do they spin: yet I say unto you, that even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these. But if God doth so clothe the grass of the field, which to-day is, and to-morrow is cast into the oven, shall he not much more clothe you, O ye of little faith? Be not therefore anxious, saying, What shall we eat? or, What shall we drink? or, Wherewithal shall we be clothed? For after all these things do the Gentiles seek; for your heavenly Father knoweth that ye have need of all these things. But seek ye first his kingdom, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you. Be not therefore anxious for the morrow: for the morrow will be anxious for itself. Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof.
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 No.1537

>>1536
I was about to say he'd get lyme disease but whatever. cross your fingers and the military collapses so there'll be no budget for drones. maybe go someplace where there's snow in the winter to kill the ticks.

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 No.1538

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>>1536
In Ruby Ridge the owner had beef with a local cop that called in the ATF. In Waco there was well over a hundred people living on the compound. I think we'll be small enough to not be noticed on my woodland farm
>>1537
My land is in an area with no reported cases of lyme disease. Of course it's not population dense, so there's less people to report, however how does a lack of electricity correlate with lyme disease? I doubt the Amish are all lymed up

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 No.1539

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Luke 14:7-11
When Jesus noticed how the guests chose the places of honor, He told them a parable: “When you are invited to a wedding banquet, do not sit in the place of honor, in case someone more distinguished than you has been invited. Then the host who invited both of you will come and tell you, ‘Give this man your seat.’ And in humiliation, you will have to take the last place.

But when you are invited, go and sit in the last place, so that your host will come and tell you, ‘Friend, move up to a better place.’ Then you will be honored in front of everyone at the table with you. For everyone who exalts himself will be humbled, and the one who humbles himself will be exalted.”

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 No.1540

>>1538
from what i've heard lyme disease is a problem in woods. the amish live in clearcut farmland so shouldn't have an issue.

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 No.1709

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>“Do not stop him,” Jesus replied. “For no one who performs a miracle in My name can turn around and speak evil of Me. For whoever is not against us is for us. Indeed, if anyone gives you even a cup of water because you bear the name of Christ, truly I tell you, he will never lose his reward." Mark 9:39-41

>“Master,” said John, “we saw someone driving out demons in Your name, and we tried to stop him, because he does not accompany us.” “Do not stop him,” Jesus replied, “for whoever is not against you is for you.” Luke 9:49-50



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 No.1667[Reply]

I got myself in a bad situation. I work a desk IT job that I am in NO WAY qualified for. I have a bachelor's degree but I didn't learn anything in college and I while I am learning things on the job it is very apparent that I am in way over my head and I don't actually contribute anything to my organization and I get payed a lot for it. It makes me very uncomfortable and I know I won't be able to get a job anywhere else because while my resume may look impressive once we have an interview it will become very apparent that I'm greatly lacking in knowledge. I feel stuck and its a problem because I work in a downtown area and I really want to move more rural but I won't be able to get a job anywhere else since I don't have any skills. What do? I'm also in school for a masters degree in cybersecurity (job is paying for it, don't worry) but again I feel like I will graduate with a piece of paper and zero skills or knowledge so it will help me get an interview but not pass the interview.
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 No.1668

If they haven't noticed that you're a liar yet, keep at it until you can manage to leave gracefully. At least learn some of your basic functions. What are you suppose to be doing there? You could always look things up online if you're stuck on a task beyond your level.

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 No.1669

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most people feel this way about their qualifications for a job which they are new at or have even had for a while. the truth is you know more than you think and you will pick up what you don't know along the way. acting confident is all you need to seem like you actually know what you are doing.

also, 100% of people who graduate with a degree feel like they didn't learn what they need to know because they don't learn what they need to know. getting a degree doesn't really teach you much if anything but it is a process where you prove that you can do what is needed to achieve the degree. employers aren't dumb and they know this. having a degree is earning a degree. it is only to get your foot in the door and from here out the only thing that matters is how you perform. part of how you perform is how you handle situations that are over your head. don't panic and don't shrug your shoulders and say 'hurr I don't know'.

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 No.1673

>>1668
>>1669
Both of these posts are good advice. Never let them see you sweat

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 No.1674

When you put things into practice, that's when education starts. You go beyond your limits when you leave your comfort zone. No matter how much you study, you probably wouldn't have ever felt ready to take the leap. I bet 100% of people in your field are looking things up on stackoverflow constantly.

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 No.1676

become a drywall installer



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 No.1657[Reply]

For anyone who hates cooking like me, you should get an immersion blender. One of my goals right now is to eat more real food, so I bought one that can go up to 1000 watts for less than 30 dollars. It can liquefy pretty much anything. I've made all kinds of mixed-vegetable soups. All you have to do is simmer the vegetables in stock until they're tender and you can blend the hell out of them. There's only 3 things that need to be cleaned too. The spoon, pan, and the blender head, which is detachable.
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 No.1661

i dunno that sounds like a lot of work

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 No.1662

I eat a diet of exclusively semen to get my daily protein requirements.

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 No.1664

I have one of those magic bullet blenders someone gave me and it works very well for blending up everything I've put in it so far

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 No.1666

>>1662
interesting.
do you eat it straight from the tap?

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 No.1675

>>1660
It's unhealthy because it turns you into a chinlet, but if you're already in your 20s it can't be helped by that point.



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