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>> No. 4469 Anonymous
20th August 2017
Sunday 10:15 pm
4469 Liz MacKean dead
>Worked for Newsnight for 14 years, leaving the BBC over its decision to drop her investigation into the Jimmy Savile sex scandal
>Liz MacKean, who has died aged 52 after a stroke, was that rarest of creatures in the world of broadcast news


Stroke my arse. Explain yourself GCHQlad!
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>> No. 4470 Anonymous
20th August 2017
Sunday 10:22 pm
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Hmmm. Stroke though, gets people early. My Dad had one a few years back. Survived, but isn't the same.
>> No. 4471 Anonymous
21st August 2017
Monday 8:18 am
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>Survived, but isn't the same.

Better or worse?
>> No. 4472 Anonymous
21st August 2017
Monday 10:45 am
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His voice went from being very articulate to a bit doddery and sometimes sounding drunk (despite not going near the stuff). A very strange process to observe.

>> No. 1030 Anonymous
9th June 2010
Wednesday 11:59 pm
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I love reading and watching shows about the crazy shit they do. Things like shrines in forests and mysterious meeting places.

Post anything related.
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>> No. 2874 Anonymous
24th February 2014
Monday 8:38 pm
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Aaauuugghhh, me and my speedy read-y ways. "Biggest loss of American life", quite clearly not necessarily meaning it took place on US soil.

I am a mallard.
>> No. 2875 Anonymous
24th February 2014
Monday 10:23 pm
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You silly bollard.
>> No. 4460 Anonymous
19th July 2017
Wednesday 3:04 am
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>> No. 4461 Anonymous
19th July 2017
Wednesday 3:54 am
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Are these auditing questions from the Church of Nonsenseology?
>> No. 4462 Anonymous
19th July 2017
Wednesday 2:05 pm
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Yes, and they half made me laugh and half gave me the fear.

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>> No. 4442 Anonymous
24th May 2017
Wednesday 5:10 pm
4442 Government funded arts
This is fairly old news now, how the CIA essentially funded postmodernism in order to compete with Soviet art and make the US seem more sophisticated in Europe and all that tripe.

It just makes me wonder, have you noticed how some of the chans over the years have had no banner ads and no donation drives?
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>> No. 4451 Anonymous
25th May 2017
Thursday 12:50 pm
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For many are called, yet few are chosen, eh?
>> No. 4452 Anonymous
25th May 2017
Thursday 2:07 pm
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Are you making fun of people with Down's syndrome?
>> No. 4453 Anonymous
25th May 2017
Thursday 2:18 pm
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He probably is unaware of down brother who likes his ale.
>> No. 4454 Anonymous
25th May 2017
Thursday 8:01 pm
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I too have a highers in English.
>> No. 4456 Anonymous
25th May 2017
Thursday 8:21 pm
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Yeah, well I've got GCEs in Maths and Art.

>> No. 4437 Anonymous
24th May 2017
Wednesday 8:42 am
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This is at least 60% shitpost, but I just need to put the thought down somewhere.

A big terrorist attack. On home soil. At the height of campaigning, during a snap general election.

It's also the only election in however many decades with a party leader that looks less-than-willing to bomb other countries on command.

Obviously attacks are targeted to cause the most disruption. I just feel very, very /boo/.
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>> No. 4438 Anonymous
24th May 2017
Wednesday 11:02 am
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My personal /BOO/ theories of late are that the Russians rigged the US election and Brexit, for optimal destruction of their enemies. And will therefore rig this election too. I therefore expect a Labour-SNP coalition as that is the best strategy to tear the country apart.
>> No. 4439 Anonymous
24th May 2017
Wednesday 11:11 am
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It's difficult to understand why a eskimo would be willing to give their life to do something which could only possibly make life worse for eskimos and strengthen and further militarise a government which will only be more likely to attack eskimo countries.
>> No. 4440 Anonymous
24th May 2017
Wednesday 11:29 am
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Ahahaha, you poor, poor man-sheep. Obviously the bomber believed in the need to kill kaffir. However, the MI6 operatives that posed as ISIS vets and used Mr Abedi as a proxy knew the REAL aim behind the attack. I hope all that fluoride was worth the lovely teeth, you handsome fool.

I don't believe that really, but that's what I would assume if I thought this was a set up.
>> No. 4441 Anonymous
24th May 2017
Wednesday 1:11 pm
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That's kind of the main aim of ISIS. To draw lines, divide society and let the war they want begin.
>> No. 4443 Anonymous
24th May 2017
Wednesday 5:23 pm
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Keep in mind the woman who would organize such a vast conspiracy is Amber Rudd, pictured here in her now trademark safety glasses.

I would hazard to guess that the people who launch suicide attacks on children are probably not all that inclined towards thinking about the long-term consequences. To me ISIS terrorists seem to have more in common with school shooters only it is society at large that has made them feel so impotent that they have to lash out with obscene brutality.

>> No. 4428 Anonymous
14th March 2017
Tuesday 9:19 pm
4428 Tarot
I've vaguely interested in learning to interpret tarot but I haven't a clue where to start. Various sources advise developing your own understanding of the different cards and suits, essentially "how do they make you feel?", but I can't help but feel you could assign any meaning to any card and essentially have your own deck of personal divination tools. You might as well use pokemon trading cards and say Hypno is representative of this or that and interacts with Beedrill because Psychic is strong against Poison (although i guess there is some significance in the pokemon I chose to example, in fact I'm finding meaning in it quite easily). But you get what I mean. Or maybe I don't.

I suppose what I'm really asking is; is there a classic text on tarot, where would I go to learn the intended meaning behind the elements within the cards, etc.
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>> No. 4432 Anonymous
14th March 2017
Tuesday 11:14 pm
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Welcome to /boo/.
>> No. 4433 Anonymous
15th March 2017
Wednesday 12:18 am
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The cynic in me dismiss it all without a second thought. But my misses bought a book on tarot based on the art, and it fascinates me how many little bits of symbolism and quirks there are when i started reading what the cards 'meant'. You hit the nail on the head about it being vague and vapid, that is by design, like all of those 'not meant to be taken literally' passages in the bible. The whole thing is cold reading really, it paints in broad brush strokes and you assign what you want to it all. As far as I'm aware it was never originally meant to have mystical powers but that was added later to add spice to it. Much like wigia boards were original a paker bros board game and all of the negative association is purely a result of 'the exorcist'. Funny how these things start off more mundane but society makes them supernatural.
>> No. 4434 Anonymous
15th March 2017
Wednesday 3:25 pm
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I laughed. I clicked the link. I got a reading that arguably contradicted itself.

Shrugged my shoulders, started taking some crockery downstairs. I fell over and smashed a cup.

What have I done?
>> No. 4435 Anonymous
15th March 2017
Wednesday 4:05 pm
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You're not cursed, you're just a clumsy fucker.
>> No. 4436 Anonymous
15th March 2017
Wednesday 4:50 pm
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Rachael or Lynn?

>> No. 4409 Anonymous
5th January 2017
Thursday 2:00 pm
4409 Occult influence in politics?
Any book/website/film recommendations for occult stuff I politics that isn't NWP/Illuminati stuff?

I know there is a Tantric (Buddhist) element in the Japanese Emperors coronation, but I'm interested in more weird secret rather than just symbolic.
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>> No. 4420 Anonymous
8th January 2017
Sunday 1:59 pm
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Or maybe, just maybe, a significant proportion of people who take DMT have done their research and heard the stories of the "machine elves", planting the idea deep in their subconscious to be unearthed by a large dose of a mind-altering drug. Occam's razor and all that.
>> No. 4421 Anonymous
9th January 2017
Monday 9:40 pm
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I saw this chap. When I was trying to describe it later to some friends, one of them told me about Alex Gray''s artwork. I looked him up and found this picture. The background was different, and it had a body, but that's what I saw, same colours as well. The only way I could describe the colours would be if you look directly at a light, and then look away - you get that imprint on your eye, which you can see clearer when you close your eyes. It's a colour that doesn't really exist in reality. The colours were like that, but with the contrast turned up, that's the closest way I can think of describing it. It was like nothing else I have ever seen.
>> No. 4422 Anonymous
14th January 2017
Saturday 12:28 am
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I call it the colour of darkness. I found that AMT was especially good at bringing it out, because we always sat in darkness to ease the transition into the dream realm. I would start seeing shades of that uniquely hallucinogenic pink/purple/green tone spreading from the edges of objects and the usually pitch black night sky was always burning bright with that colour.
>> No. 4423 Anonymous
14th January 2017
Saturday 8:57 pm
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There's a game about the occult called 'The Black Watchmen'. You might like it.
>> No. 4424 Anonymous
14th January 2017
Saturday 8:58 pm
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Hah. Are you a player?

>> No. 4394 Anonymous
12th December 2016
Monday 7:08 pm
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https://pepethefrogfaith.wordpress.com/ - at least half an hour's serious timewasting and mirth, especially recommended for anyone already acquainted with sigils and chaos magic. Shadilay!
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>> No. 4404 Anonymous
15th December 2016
Thursday 6:12 pm
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Some would say there is no such thing as coincidence and some would talk of synchronicity fields, and some might allude to sensory gating and how a healthy mind apparently ignores a great deal of what it is capable of perceiving there as it is simply too much strangeness to remain sane and process.

There is an Aleister Crowley 'interpretation' of a nursery rhyme posted above which manages to be simulataneously ridiculous ans serious. There is a book by Robert Anton Wilson 'The Cosmic Trigger' which addresses this whole area of high strangeness via personal anecdotes and memoirs.

I don't really know what to make of it all myself and think these kek/pepe theory websites are best taken as entertainment. They are certainly a bit more amusing than the paranoiac likes of the aangirfan blog or David Icke.
>> No. 4405 Anonymous
15th December 2016
Thursday 6:27 pm
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>paranoiac likes of the aangirfan blog
That's a funny way to spell "truth telling".
>> No. 4406 Anonymous
15th December 2016
Thursday 6:42 pm
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It's madness that blog. They draw together unassociated things in the hope that the reader will 'piece it together' in some sort of doomy and defeatist way. They use very dubious source material. They have a heavy and ugly anti-semitic streak. I wouldn't deny that it can be interesting to browse sometimes, but ultimately it feels disempowering, and a paranoid trap like the worst conspiracy theory. It's as predictable as the Daily Mail after you get used to the style too. Lazy journalism. If you really do regard it as truth-telling then I would be interested in hearing your counter-argument in favour of it.
>> No. 4407 Anonymous
15th December 2016
Thursday 6:57 pm
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Do you feel in charge?
>> No. 4408 Anonymous
15th December 2016
Thursday 8:32 pm
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This can't be happening!

>> No. 4382 Anonymous
27th October 2016
Thursday 7:22 pm
4382 Slide initiated 3.2.1
>Vladimir Putin has denied that Russia has interfered in the US election, claiming that those who believed Moscow could influence the vote were implying the US was a “banana republic”.

>At the same time, he claimed there was little difference between Trump and Clinton: “If you look at the programmes of the different candidates, you get the feeling that they are all tailored in the same way, and that the differences between them are insignificant, and in reality there are no differences.”


From the Trump /pol thread:

>25 September 2016 - Donald Trump met Netanyahu at Trump Tower in New York.

>Netanyahu is strongly opposed to Clinton's support of the Iran-Deal.

>Breitbart News CEO Larry Solov announced that Breitbart was "founded by Jews, is largely staffed by Jews, and has an entire section dedicated to reporting on and defending the Jewish state of Israel".

>Donald Trump hired Breitbart News's executive chairman Steve Bannon as his new campaign manager.
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>> No. 4388 Anonymous
27th October 2016
Thursday 10:58 pm
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I think we can forgive you that even if your wife doesn't.
>> No. 4389 Anonymous
28th October 2016
Friday 12:08 am
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>> No. 4390 Anonymous
30th October 2016
Sunday 12:53 am
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So the Mrs forgave me for polishing off her precious whisky. I was too hungover to do what >>4387 suggested. On the upside, I didn't pass out and piss myself. I cooked an awesome roast chicken diner and provided extended marital foreplay so all woz forgiven.

Despite giving up the ciggies a few weeks ago (again), I've just bought a 10 pack to help sooth the ingestion of 2 bottles of co-op 14% vino. And I've just had a vision:

>Compromised Trump woz brought in to split the republican vote and secure Hillary a free run.
>Hillary fucked up by indiscreetly taking money from everyone, no questions asked (unless it woz politically prudent not to - i.e best Korea etc).
>Somehow she pissed off atheist Hebrews (No offence Hebrewlad).
>Trump the salesman has somehow winged his way to almost first place despite being a bankrupt pervert with the worst combover EVER.
>We now have HyperNormalisation.
>IT WOZ Adam Curtis, the BBC and MI5 the whole fucking time. Something Something.
>Putin's handlers may or may not have had a hand in this.
>Obama will secure a 3rd term.
>Robots will replace 50% of the workforce.
>Never trust Ching-Chongs.
>World war 3 etc.
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>> No. 4391 Anonymous
6th November 2016
Sunday 12:59 am
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Bad goy!

>> No. 4392 Anonymous
6th November 2016
Sunday 1:33 am
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Oh my Lord! She was scheming to make the USA an Israeli ally all along!

Yeah, alright, try harder, dipstick. That's like the least egregious thing to be leaked. In fact give me your address so I can show you the bad shit in person, then stomp on your head until I'm using your brains for boot polish, you fucking, Jew hating, subnormal, fuck.

>> No. 4369 Anonymous
19th October 2016
Wednesday 2:26 pm
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>Background and Documents on Attempts to Frame Assange as a Pedophile and Russias spy

>Earlier today the website DailyKos reported on a smear campaign plot to falsely accuse Julian Assange of pedophilia.

>Here is the description of the plot from Mr Assange’s legal team, the investigative report into the front company and associated correspondence. An unknown entity posing as an internet dating agency prepared an elaborate plot to falsely claim that Julian Assange received US$1M from the Russian government and a second plot to frame him sexually molesting an eight year old girl.

>The second plot includes the filing of a fabricated criminal complaint in the Bahamas, a court complaint in the UK and laundering part of the attack through the United Nations. The plot happened durring WikiLeaks’ Hillary Clinton related publications, but the plot may have its first genesis in Mr. Assange’s 16 months litigation against the UK in the UN system, which concluded February 5 (Assange won. UK and Sweden lost & US State Dept tried to pressure the WGAD according to its former Chair, Prof. Mads Andenas).


Christ. I always found that a bit unsettling how the authorities in 'Utopia' used child molestation to capture people and discredit them but as it turns out its real. Is this now definite proof the rape allegation was faked? Was Rolf Harris destroyed after MI5 found him leaking classified documents to wikileaks?

Oh and Reddit seems to have tracked down the guy who was behind the attacks and has some connection to Hillary:
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>> No. 4377 Anonymous
19th October 2016
Wednesday 7:13 pm
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Have you considered that I might have actually planted this story to make you question him questioning you but really it's just me?
>> No. 4378 Anonymous
19th October 2016
Wednesday 7:56 pm
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We have senior Hillary campaign staff on video record admitting how they organise mass voter fraud.
>> No. 4379 Anonymous
19th October 2016
Wednesday 7:58 pm
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No, because that would require there to be at least four of us.
>> No. 4380 Anonymous
19th October 2016
Wednesday 8:02 pm
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Source? Unless you're referring to the vote-swapping thing, which the courts have upheld as entirely legal.
>> No. 4381 Anonymous
19th October 2016
Wednesday 8:49 pm
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He's talking about some James O'Keefe tape. O'Keefe is notorious for taking things wildly out of context (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ACORN_2009_undercover_videos_controversy for an example), so take it with a pinch of salt.

>> No. 4355 Anonymous
11th October 2016
Tuesday 10:56 am
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>> No. 4360 Anonymous
11th October 2016
Tuesday 6:32 pm
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Someone sending an astronaut stuff about aliens.
>> No. 4361 Anonymous
11th October 2016
Tuesday 6:49 pm
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An astronaut and a punk rocker emailing a high ranking Democrat politician (Hilary's main campaign manager) about aliens, and the powerful politician seems to agree with them that the existence of ETIs should be disclosed to the public. Weird revelations that the Vatican know about them already and are also keeping quiet. Grade A /boo/ stuff.
>> No. 4362 Anonymous
12th October 2016
Wednesday 7:51 pm
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Not just that, but mention of zero point energy as well. I remember Gary McKinnon saying he'd seen stuff about that.
>> No. 4363 Anonymous
13th October 2016
Thursday 12:43 pm
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Well, yes. He would have. It being a serious research subject for space drives by NASA. Are you actually a moron?
>> No. 4364 Anonymous
13th October 2016
Thursday 6:19 pm
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Who's not seen a UFO these days. Not just an orange blob in the sky. I've seen quite a few. One was a flat Y shaped object with a friend. Saw a couple of A10's flying so low I could see the pilots in their cockpits chasing some weird looking thing over Bradford and a triangle over Manchester that flew around like a dragonfly.

>> No. 4349 Anonymous
31st March 2016
Thursday 3:00 pm
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>Scotland Yard detectives who were uncovering links between organised crime and the flagship London borough preparing to host the Olympic Games had their investigation and careers wrecked by a ‘political’ and ‘fatally flawed’ corruption probe, a dossier of secret police intelligence reveals.

>McKelvey’s team had been making significant headway investigating organised crime activity in the Olympic borough linked to notorious local crime boss, David Hunt.

>The Newham detectives had also uncovered a corruption scandal involving murder, freemasonry and crooked deals which the Met and council were trying to suppress.

>McKelvey faced immediate pressure to ‘drop’ his investigation into a council contractor who was threatening to reveal far-reaching corruption in Newham council if his trial went ahead.

>The Untouchables (Met’s anti-corruption squad) undermined the prosecution by tainting McKelvey’s team with allegations that had been already investigated and dismissed as unfounded.

>Officers involved in Operation Kayu were afraid to voice their concerns that the targeting of McKelvey was ‘political’, the briefings given by senior Untouchables to prosecutors ‘over-hyped’ and the two trials therefore did not need to be abandoned


Fucking /boo!
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>> No. 4350 Anonymous
31st March 2016
Thursday 3:16 pm
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It's not that far fetched, apart from the masons bit. I once got a friendly warning about asking certain comments in relation to local government corruption in relation to road building.

>> No. 4337 Anonymous
6th March 2016
Sunday 11:39 pm
4337 Were Asian women created by an Alien race?
Now this is probably going to stir up some heated discussion and get me in a lot of trouble, but please keep in mind that I have been married to Japanese girl now for 8 years now, and I have a lot of very close Asian friends (as well as nearly every race from Arabic to Black American).

This is not meant to be a derogatory statement but rather an attempt to gauge others opinions about the origins of the different races and types that we see on this planet.

I should preface this by saying that I absolutely adore Asian women. I think they are very elegant, attractive and intelligent in general, but there is something that keeps nagging away at me the more I get to know them, and this is the basis for this thread.

I have for a long time had a little voice in the back of my head telling me "Asian women were originally created as pleasure things".

Of course, I always ignore and dismiss it as it's an extremely sexist statement and completely generalised, but it has been coming up a lot lately, and I wondered if anyone else has ever had that same thought?

If I were an alien race that wanted to create the perfect female companion, I certainly could not have done a better job.

They certainly look the most like the classic "greys" out of all the races on the planet in size, build and eye shape.

Any thoughts?
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>> No. 4343 Anonymous
8th March 2016
Tuesday 10:27 am
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How does that contradict what was said in any way?

it only spread from there 3000 years ago =/= it didn't exist even there until 3000 years ago
>> No. 4344 Anonymous
8th March 2016
Tuesday 10:55 am
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Again, 3000 years is nothing, changes in a race or ethnicity can be measured in mere centuries. But let's study anatomy for a second, try not to blush if you can, ladies.

Testicles size is correlated with promiscuity in humans and our hairy cousins.

>The relative sizes of male testes often reflect mating systems.[13][14][15][16] In species with promiscuous mating systems, where many males mate with many females, the testes tend to be relatively large. This appears to be the result of sperm competition. Males with large testes produce more sperm and thereby gain an advantage impregnating females. In polygynous species, where one male controls sexual access to females, the testes tend to be small. One male defends exclusive sexual access to a group of females and thereby eliminates sperm competition.

>Studies of primates, including humans, support the relationship between testis size and mating system.[15][16][17] Chimpanzees, which have a promiscuous mating system, have large testes compared to other primates. Gorillas, which have a polygynous mating system, have smaller testes than other primates. Humans, which have a socially monogamous mating system, accompanied by moderate amounts of sexual non-monogamy (see incidence of monogamy), have moderately sized testes

Yes, I'm aware this is focused at polygyny, (harem structures) as well as monogamy, but the fact is in both of these scenarios males are not directly competing sexually, thus the need for large balls to inseminate rival females doesn't exist.

Now, to the asians -

>Race differences in testicle size have also been measured (Asians = 9 grams, Europeans = 21 g). This is not just because Europeans have a slightly larger body size. The difference is too large. A 1989 article in Nature, the leading British science magazine, said that the difference in testicle size could mean that Whites make two times as many sperm per day as do Orientals. So far, we have no information on the relative size of Blacks. (Race, Evolution, and Behavior: A Life History Perspective. 2nd Special Abridged Edition. Written by Professor J. Philippe Rushton University of Western Ontario.)

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>> No. 4345 Anonymous
8th March 2016
Tuesday 11:11 am
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>Yes, I'm aware this is focused at polygyny, (harem structures)

So nothing to do with monogamy then? Ok.
>> No. 4346 Anonymous
8th March 2016
Tuesday 11:17 am
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>> No. 4347 Anonymous
8th March 2016
Tuesday 11:31 am
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I don't think 3000 years is long enough for this thread to evolve into anything worthwhile, unfortunately.

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>> No. 4326 Anonymous
2nd March 2016
Wednesday 4:23 pm
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>UK courts have allowed an Eton schoolboy to use a false name to protect his wealthy family from scandal.

>Andrew Picard managed to escape jail time despite being convicted of creating and distributing sickening child pornography involving children as young as 2 years old.

>But Picard’s real name is Andrew Boeckman – Picard is his mother’s maiden name.

>Boeckman’s father is extremely wealthy lawyer-to-the-bankers Philip J Boeckman. But almost all references to the name Boeckman in connection with the case have been deleted from the internet – presumably under threat of legal action.

How often do these cover ups happen?
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>> No. 4332 Anonymous
2nd March 2016
Wednesday 5:42 pm
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Giving a false name to the police is illegal.

"I can't imagine" is not a valid argument. This article is clearly emotionally motivated, the reasoning the court had would be worth looking at were it out there, as would the prospensity of this happening in other cases.
>> No. 4333 Anonymous
2nd March 2016
Wednesday 5:44 pm
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> I can't imagine a serious scenario in which the family is even vaguely culpable for their son's actions

Not saying this is necessarily the case, but in a lot of rich families the children don't always have the best upbringing, with expensive toys and boarding schools replacing actual affection from parents too busy with their high-flying careers. I don't think it's a massive leap to suggest lack of parental affection can lead a child to have skewed views of love and relationships when they grow up.

Again, not saying this is necessarily the case - but it's entirely within the realm of possibility that they would be at least 'vaguely culpable' as you put it.
>> No. 4334 Anonymous
2nd March 2016
Wednesday 6:01 pm
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>Giving a false name to the police is illegal.
No, it's not. Unless of course this chap was stopped in relation to anti-social behaviour, evading a train fare, or a traffic offence, then he could have perfectly legally given any name he liked, or none at all.
>> No. 4335 Anonymous
4th March 2016
Friday 9:56 pm
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>>4326 The DM covered it and hasn't taken it down:

In fact, google was full of links.
>> No. 4336 Anonymous
4th March 2016
Friday 10:13 pm
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Captain Picard is never a good sign.

>> No. 4280 Anonymous
27th January 2016
Wednesday 11:58 pm
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What do any resident /boo/ lads make of this study?
>Equation shows that large-scale conspiracies would quickly reveal themselves
>If you're thinking of creating a massive conspiracy, you may be better scaling back your plans, according to an Oxford University researcher.
>While we can all keep a secret, a study by Dr David Robert Grimes suggests that large groups of people sharing in a conspiracy will very quickly give themselves away.
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>> No. 4321 Anonymous
1st February 2016
Monday 3:48 pm
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And a contribution for deathbed confessions.
>> No. 4322 Anonymous
1st February 2016
Monday 4:13 pm
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I had a bit of a failure of English there apparently.

No, I've not attempted to do anything significantly more complicated than was in the original paper. Though the decay doesn't necessarily need to be conspirators being killed off, just of them being removed from positions where they have access to the level of information needed for a credible whistle-blowing.
>> No. 4323 Anonymous
1st February 2016
Monday 6:28 pm
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This has nothing to do with maths though. Being "exposed" has nothing to do with actually uncovering a conspiracy There are literally hundreds of people who claim to have been involved in conspiracies of all stripes. Depending on how much of a nutter they are or how believable the story, it's incredibly easy to discredit these would be whistle-blowers, and then that's the end of it.

Someone comes out and tells us everything about how the government assassinated so and so and with a little encouragement everyone rolls their eyes in synchronisation, "What a nutter, just trying to sell a few books isn't he..." meanwhile they actually did do it but nobody believes it regardless and this little piece of maths doesn't make a difference.
>> No. 4324 Anonymous
1st February 2016
Monday 7:12 pm
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>This has nothing to do with maths though.

Why are you pigeonholing 'maths' as a single thing? Everything has everything to do with mathematics, it's just a matter of having enough data and looking hard enough for a pattern.

To your second point, I think this is why we should differentiate between credible whistle-blowers such as Snowden who publish direct evidence, and any random person who can and will confess to anything for any number of reasons.
>> No. 4325 Anonymous
1st February 2016
Monday 8:40 pm
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An English of failure, surely?

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