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223551 No.12251   [Reply]
Dumping the first volume of the greatest manga series of all time.
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267957 No.11901   [Reply]
How moe are you, /bun/?
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What a strange question to ask someone. Moe is something that you project on outsiders. You can try to focus on yourself from an outsider's prospective, but there's still a lot of bias that's against you. I mean, sure you can try to recreate a being based on some of your more topical characteristics, but that's really not quite you.
>> No.11909  
People always seem to be either scared of me or inexplicably drawn to me. I don't think its moe though more along the lines of the same sick fascination you might have for a terrible car accident.
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people like me because im small and cute. Truthfully, people ask me out all the time, i'm just too shy to say yes o-o
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Apparently, I look pretty GAR. I get bothered a lot at work about a resemblance to Adrian Paul or similar media figures.

I usually just smile a bit, or awkwardly say thanks. Not sure if I'm really happy about it. People always end up thinking I'm many years older than I actually am.
>> No.12200  
I'm pretty awkward in everything I do. If I was a girl I would be pretty high in the moe scale.


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410997 No.11891   [Reply]
/photos/, has anybody seen this pose before? I recall seeing an image using this EXACT SAME pose before, but I can't seem to figure out where I found the original picture...
I suspect this picture's traced, but I can't put my finger on what it's supposedly traced from...am I just mistaken?
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Two other images I suspect of being traced...they seem completely out of context.

The left one is a completely unnatural motion for slipping, and looks more like she's diving to catch something, whereas the right one, if you remove the 'HUFFF..' and the puffs of steam, looks exactly like an often-used 'tsuntsun girl opens classroom sliding door after chasing protagonist, cue "oh shit" reaction' pose rather than a tired pose.
>> No.11897  
I dunno, the body language kind of looks like the main character form Kaichou wa Maid Sama. Probably not though.
>> No.11899  
I don't understand why people trace other images. If you can't figure out how to draw a pose or something, who not just look at some 3D model and pose it however you like?
>> No.11920  
>>11899
Cause you're a little girl from Deviantart.
>> No.12199  
>>11920
Am not!


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61686 No.11884   [Reply]
Search for your favorite OP + 8 bit on youtube
Post the results

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9tbxNYqzJLU
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>> No.11890  
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rH5fvXTO-GY
Pretty entertaining.
>> No.11893  
I can't find anything for Paranoia Agent or Mononoke or Kaiba or Akagi or Kaiji, and I can't think of any others. orz
>> No.11896  
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWad8Dgfb4s

I've been browsing videos after finding this one. I forgot how much I appreciate these OSTs. Thanks, OP.
>> No.11905  
You already posted mine, OP, and my second favorite OP doesn't have an 8-bit version.

How am I supposed to contribute like this?
>> No.11919  
Not an OP, but related to >>11896.

They did one of my favorite songs.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5JUgStN51EA
;_;


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43114 No.11870   [Reply]
How do you NEETs make money online? Are there any easy ways to do it? I don't need a lot, I just need some money to pay for food and internet connection.

Today I registered on inboxdollars and uniqpaid, and now I'm clicking on random offers through Virtual PC. Are they scam sites? They seem alright to me so far, but I guess I will find out for sure when I request payment from them.
>> No.11872  
The profit:effort ratio is nowhere near worth it.
>> No.11876  
>A company is offering me free money in a suspiciously easy way. Is this a scam?
You can answer this one, anon. It's not that hard.
>> No.11878  
If you're looking for e-money, you're probably better off running some niche site and getting money through ads. You won't make very much though unless you're interesting and happen to get a lot of viewers. Most don't.
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There's some strategy to this, to prevent it from looking suspicious, that I didn't delve into. Basically if you end up getting too many ad clicks you should remove some ads. There's like a percentage, I forget what it indicates...or what it's called...but you're supposed to keep it under 10%...and not have it exceed 15%...or something...

I decline to admit where I saw this, but figured you might find it interesting OP.
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>>11895
Thanks, I might try it.


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88876 No.9809   [Reply]
watashi wa inu desu
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>> No.11858  
Is that all? What can Al put in her!?
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>>11858
http://www.mediafire.com/?axdnzj321uy
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>>11861
Well, that's not as interesting then.


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58216 No.11797   [Reply]
1. Arrange your porn folder by date
2. Post the oldest picture that you have
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My new porn folder.
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Weird, I wasn't expecting my oldest picture in my porn folder to be one of Miku.
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Oldest picture in my "unsafe" folder.
3D and /b/ quality warning.
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2238877 No.10786   [Reply]
I just got my (first) mousepad from artscow, which is really nice because it has my wife on it. Did you get yours, bun?
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>>11049
That was my wallpaper for a long time. Good decision!
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>>11052
It's my wallpaper right now. So good!
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>> No.11255  
I'm starting to believe mine will never show up.
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>>11255
I was wrong!

I also can't find any AA batteries so enjoy this keitai image of said mousepad.


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>> No.11151  
Every time I see rozenweapon's artwork, I feel the need to go masturbate.
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As expected of /bun/!


No.8053   [Reply]
What many people see as 'fate', can be reinterpreted as 'Genetics' and 'Environmental conditions' of a person, and in ways, fate is just a way to encapsulate that idea in layman's terms.

Humans are animals. Just like any animal, how 'successful' they become is affected by their genetic makeup and the conditions they live in. That 'success' could be defined in many ways, from 'being able to run faster' for a horse, to 'having lots of money' for a human. But if you look at it in strictly biological terms, 'success' is ultimately either increasing the probability of survival or reproduction.

Humans are exceptional creatures because they have free will. What is meant by free will? One could say free will is 'being able to go against the whim of your genetics and environment'. For example, when a person is on a diet, they use their willpower slim down. When people exercise free will, they oppose the circumstances imposed on them by their genetics and environment.

Let us use the previous example of a fat guy slimming down. His genes program his body to feel painful hunger when his belly is empty. If he were any other non-intelligent animal, he would go look for some chow, but fat guy is a human and knows better than that. Later, he becomes thin, and girls generally prefer skinny men as partners, increasing that man's probability for reproduction.
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>>11098
Also, if you are trying to play the 'we punish them because they ARE EVIL' card, every crime has a motive. Nobody sane would murder somebody just for fun, something pushed them over the edge. They may be less of a victim than the actual victim, but the very fact that there was something that pushed them over the edge makes them victims in a way as well.
>> No.11105  
>>11100

You might've contradicted yourself on accident. You started saying every crime has a motive, but then say that nobody sane would murder another for fun. So really it's anyone who is sane has a motive for crime. This is an important distinction because sanity is still fairly vague and difficult to judge when someone is sane for acts of crime. This is also saying that anyone who doesn't have a motive must be insane, closing the ears on any counterargument.

Motive can also hazy. Is this a premediated, X commits a crime directly because of Y, or does is it including things like growing up in a bad environment but not necessarily a direct reason? The military provides training for the explicit and glorious purpose of having someone kill another person, does this also count as pushing someone over the edge into insanity or does this count as motivation? Not every soldier really cares about defending their motherland.

Last, we do have some desire to murder another for fun. Videogames, a major entertainment media, rake in oodles of money on this premise. Of course the virtual avatars aren't real people and it would take an extra push to commit a real murder. There are just two things I'd like to question; if we didn't depend on each other to survive and there were no crimes against it, would murder be mentally acceptable for us and if it takes motivation to murder another for fun then shouldn't we have some natural aversion to shell $50 for games that are all about murdering without real motivation?
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>>11105
>This is also saying that anyone who doesn't have a motive must be insane, closing the ears on any counterargument.
Yes. The very absence of a motive in a murder marks insanity. With 'insanity' I mean the person cannot control his or her own actions. A sane person needs a reason to kill; however, there are people who cannot control themselves and kill people without thinking about it. That is insanity. An insane person is by default a victim of insanity.

>Motive can also hazy. Is this a premediated, X commits a crime directly because of Y, or does is it including things like growing up in a bad environment but not necessarily a direct reason? The military provides training for the explicit and glorious purpose of having someone kill another person, does this also count as pushing someone over the edge into insanity or does this count as motivation? Not every soldier really cares about defending their motherland.
Anything counts as a motive, and 'poor, no childhood, etc' never leads someone to kill another person - it may only weaken a person's aversion to the idea. In the end, there is SOME trigger that pushed him over the edge - be it losing their job, having their partner divorce them or even just simple insults. Something happened that hurt the person deep enough for him or her to commit murder. They were hurt before they hurt others, even if their reaction was out of proportion or aimed towards the wrong people.

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>> No.11115  
>>11106
None of this disproves the existence of free will.
Mentality is not strictly chemical, regardless of your beliefs; the person who takes to the streets and murders someone because they have been 'pushed to far' has made a choice to do so somewhere along the line, it is not due to his brain's composition changing subtly due to stress.
>> No.11127  
>>11115
Except that post was aimed to the possible notion that criminals are not victims, not to the main topic of free will not existing, so it doesn't prove anything at that point.

For the free will not existing point, see other posts in this thread. Enough has been said about that, I think. Only people who are in denial (i.e. most of the world) can not conclude there is no such thing as free will.


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