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United States Bernd 2022-10-06 00:29:32 ⋅ 6m No. 229773
It's crazy how a bunch of butthurt Germans from 150 years ago still influence the world so much today.

Germany Bernd 2022-10-05 20:05:58 ⋅ 4h No. 229722
For years antivaxxers have gloated about vaxxed people dying on masse, oppression and all kinds of other bs. Now that it's obvious they're wrong, they are nowhere to be found to gloat back to. Same is happening with roosters. Russia starts losing and they disappear from the conversation and just ban me from kc.
Finland Bernd 2022-10-05 22:43:40 ⋅ 1h No. 229760
>>229759 Indeed, look who needs to constantly create threads and spam about the subject
Netherlands Bernd 2022-10-05 23:06:28 ⋅ 1h No. 229763
Switzerland has the best quality of life on the planet and the worst posters here. Uruguay has the best quality of life on the continent (just checked) and here our shizo is. Is it just a coincidence?
Germany Bernd 2022-10-05 23:11:50 ⋅ 1h No. 229764
>>229763 Spoiled brats.
United States Bernd 2022-10-05 23:57:25 ⋅ 38m No. 229772
The only thing you need to stay healthy like I am, the picture of health, is mom's home cooking. I'm serious this shit will get the party started right here right now.

Germany Bernd 2022-10-05 23:18:05 ⋅ 1h No. 229767
Why Russians torture bera?
Russia Bernd 2022-10-05 23:49:43 ⋅ 46m No. 229771
>>229767 religious self-hatred and self-destruction

Saludos terricolas

Mexico Bernd 2022-10-04 06:03:05 ⋅ 1d
No. 229401
Vengo a recordarte que ella no te ama
Mexico Bernd 2022-10-05 03:56:30 ⋅ 20h No. 229588
>>229401 No había un chiste más quemado?
Argentina Bernd 2022-10-05 05:30:14 ⋅ 19h No. 229605
>>229570 Si no te ama por qué tendría sexo contigo ?
Uruguay Bernd 2022-10-05 06:25:36 ⋅ 18h No. 229608
>>229605 Sexo casual o amistad con derecho, por ejemplo.
Mexico Bernd 2022-10-05 23:31:32 ⋅ 1h No. 229770
>>229588 >No había un chiste más quemado? Entonces sí te caló, maistro?

hilo de culos

Spain Bernd 2022-10-04 16:03:56 ⋅ 1d
No. 229454
No hay ni un hilo con imagenes de mujeres. Esto parece un chan de maricas. Postead culos femeninos de forma urgente.
Chile Bernd 2022-10-05 16:51:52 ⋅ 7h No. 229665
>>229617 >icata >feminazi >stacy lol no, de hecho para muchos ella era la reina de nido porque todas las feminazis la odiaban y un dia cuando le ofrecieron su apoyo porque la "objetificaban" ella las ignoro y les dijo que no se metan en lo que hace. Lo otro es que siempre cuando habian eventos de cosplay por mas pobres que sean ella iba apenas se lo pedian y aunque en esos momentos trabajaba en tv (fox sport) igual se iba a meter. Siempre ha sido cercana a la gente, aunque es un poco retrasada pero igual
Venezuela Bernd 2022-10-05 17:11:50 ⋅ 7h No. 229673
>>229617 >>229665 quien es esa puta quiero fotos de ella desnuda
Uruguay Bernd 2022-10-05 17:15:30 ⋅ 7h No. 229674
>>229673 Es tu hermana.
Uruguay Bernd 2022-10-05 23:20:45 ⋅ 1h No. 229769
>>229674 Kek.

Venecos y peruanas....

Spain Bernd 2022-10-04 00:49:08 ⋅ 1d
No. 229352
Colombia Bernd 2022-10-05 22:01:53 ⋅ 2h No. 229756
>>229622 Dicen que hubo sectas cristianas gnósticas donde la culiacion era parte de la vida religiosa.
Peru Bernd 2022-10-05 22:58:27 ⋅ 1h No. 229762
>>229756 No se si gnósticas pero en Rusia los ortodoxos tenían (tienen) esa clase de sectas
Uruguay Bernd 2022-10-05 23:17:37 ⋅ 1h No. 229766
>>229756 >>229762 >Fuentes
Uruguay Bernd 2022-10-05 23:18:37 ⋅ 1h No. 229768
>>229756 Al reves, los gnosticos decian que no debiamos cojer ni tener descendencia porque este mundo era maligno y no habia que traer vida a el.

Germany Bernd 2022-10-05 23:13:28 ⋅ 1h No. 229765
Meanwhile in Moscow.

Que pasará ahora con el trencito nuclear??

Argentina Bernd 2022-10-05 22:51:52 ⋅ 1h
No. 229761
No sé si vieron la noticia, pero ayer un trencito táctico con armas nucleares tácticas rusas entraba a Ucrania para asentarse en las zonas anexadas, ahora están todos histéricos con que Putin las va a usar

Brazil Bernd 2022-10-03 17:39:06 ⋅ 2d No. 229222
Eu sinceramente preferia que o Brasil fosse grudado com a África, compartilhar um continente com os malucos da america latinx é uma dor de cabeça danada.
United States Bernd 2022-10-05 05:46:15 ⋅ 18h No. 229606
Secundo al macaco, aunque creo que de toda la region letrinoamericana, sudamerica es la peor, solo hay que ver los congales que existen, en el norte esta el echaismo pa lante (colombia, venezuela, ecuador) en el centro tienes a la invasion silenciosa (peruanos, bolivianos) y al sur estan los jews con su progresismo y sodomia (argentina, chile, uruguay) no me imagino como debe ser vivir rodeado por todo eso, pobre brasil
Venezuela Bernd 2022-10-05 16:47:10 ⋅ 7h No. 229661
lo que más risa me da es que son puros machupichus lamiéndose las bolas mutuamente.
Peru Bernd 2022-10-05 20:31:46 ⋅ 4h No. 229735
>>229661 El zambo con el recto menos destrozado
United States Bernd 2022-10-05 22:25:51 ⋅ 2h No. 229758
>>229661 Muere zambo de mierda

Eternal Suffering About to Be Invented

Finland Bernd 2022-10-05 13:55:15 ⋅ 10h
No. 229639
Negative aging might become possible in Bernd's lifetime according to aging pro: Lörs onjons?
Slovenia Bernd 2022-10-05 21:13:55 ⋅ 3h No. 229748
nonces get out reeee
Denmark Bernd 2022-10-05 21:33:54 ⋅ 3h No. 229754
>>229747 I think I got a bit sidetracked there with the openness for discussions stuff, I'm going to try to talk about technology in itself. Technology nowadays has become so user-friendly that we don't even know how the things we use on a daily basis function. This is a direct contrast to progress that were made in the past, something like a car engine, for example, it came out of necessity and not long after a lot of people had somewhat of an idea of how car engines worked. Even nowadays, in order for you to get a drivers license, you are questioned in how an engine works and how to potentially fix it yourself. This will never happen to something like smartphones, it can all be traced back to Apple and Steve Jobs trying to make complicated technology as user-friendly as possible. This entire concept of user-friendly technology has lowered the bar greatly to be able to use technology we might as well consider to be magic. In my opinion this is one of the defining things of our current age, technology has out-paced the ability of the consumer to be capable of keeping track of. Growing up I always admired technology, I was extremely grateful for computers, but I had no clue in the world of how they worked, and neither do the grand majority of people who every single day dedicate a large portion of their time on such devices. Nobody is expected to know how the technology they use work, not even barely, but they still use it every single day a lot of the time. I don't think we'll ever reach a point in time where consumers are educated enough to be able to figure out how the technology they use frequently works, how to fix it and so on and so forth. Devices are nowadays made for the stupidest most uneducated person in the world, and they are meant to be as simple as they could possibly be. User accessibility is a massive part of how highly advanced devices are made, they completely put aside an individual's abilities to comprehend the devices that they use. I think personally there's a direct relation to the fact that these new devices aren't necessary and therefore their availability is a luxury, they are not necessarily there because they are very useful but because it has its roots in hedonism more than anything. We had phones that were small enough and were very functional to use, in comparison to something like smartphones, for example, the majority of its features aren't necessary but instead fun. With that said, there are some benefits to smartphones like apps that make messaging other people easier, that is one quality that I cannot deny being very useful, but at the same time this same feature could have presented itself in different ways than how it exists today.
Russia Bernd 2022-10-05 21:47:16 ⋅ 2h No. 229755
>>229754 Well, you can peel off some of the magic just by learning the programming language. Its not as hard as you think. In a way you are making a deliberate choice by staying in the second caste of people who don't understand how it all works. Because you could transcend into the upper caste of people who see through it, just by dedicating some of your time to learning, but you still remain on the user-level, instead of leveling up to the programmer-level. of course you couldn't understand the inticacies of the chips inside of the machine, but it doesn't really matter, its just a computer working with 1s and 0s. You bring example of the engine, but i am sure you also could know about how engines work, but have a complete gap of understanding about alloys they use for different engine parts and chemistry of the particular fuel type, but lets say those thing are not accidental and a lot of research gone into those, yet a lot of people who know how engines work, wouldn't know anything about that i have to agree that phones are the miracle machines and in the past people were saying that we dont use our brain capacity to 100% but now a lot of people have these smart computers in their pockets and they don't use even 1% of the computational power of these computers in thier possesion that could make their lives easier, instead they quickly change them without even opening up the true potential they had in their disposal
Denmark Bernd 2022-10-05 22:12:26 ⋅ 2h No. 229757
>>229755 >Well, you can peel off some of the magic just by learning the programming language. Its not as hard as you think. In a way you are making a deliberate choice by staying in the second caste of people who don't understand how it all works. Because you could transcend into the upper caste of people who see through it, just by dedicating some of your time to learning, but you still remain on the user-level, instead of leveling up to the programmer-level. I absolutely agree with you, but I just feel like this point in a perfect world wouldn't even have been a topic of discussion. In the past, people who made use of technology were tech-savvy, it was a necessity for someone in the past to have a basic understanding of the technologies that were there at the time, this basic understanding of the technology nowadays is completely gone. It's a crime towards people in themselves, lowering the bar as far as it has been lowered, all with the business aspect of increasing the amount of people able to use that technology and generate cash from said technology. I definitely could dedicate myself into learning some programming and such, it would actually interest me a deal because I spend a lot of my time in front of the computer and for someone who has spent this long in front of a screen, it should be a given that I were to know a little bit more than an average person does. However, there is no necessity. I could in theory spend the rest of my life completely ignoring the technical aspects of how computers and technology works, even on a basic level, and still be able to use them. Maybe not to their fullest extent, but still manage to get by. We're making money off people that don't know anything about technology, and have no desire to learn anything about it either, this concept to me detracts from what could potentially be considered some form of progress in society. The business aspect of creating technology for the masses is incompatible with the intellectual value that could have been extracted from being at the very least somewhat tech-savvy, understanding the basics of how at the very least the devices that are the most popular among people work. The entire industry is made for people who don't know how technology works nor have any intention on learning how they work. For this to change, we would need to cut down on user accessibility and make popular devices require some basic understanding from the consumer, in that way we would be making money while at the same time educating a large part of the world's population simply through exposure to a little more savvy concepts. They appeal to the average user, and the average user is not able to understand such basic concepts. But that's where the money lies, in appealing to everyone, and by everyone it unfortunately in this point in time means someone who doesn't have a lot of potential to grasp such things as programming.