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Don't talk to me unless you're an alien, a time traveler, an esper or if your avatar is also Haruhi Suzumiya

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Visibly Distressed Putin Pals Shaken Up by Trump Verdict
  • Cross post it to another community that doesn't have the same strict rules, then paste the contents in that post instead

  • 25 years ago, Mad TV was shitting on Steven Seagal before shitting on Steven Seagal was cool
  • It was good fun to shit on him until he got beat up in a fight and ACTUALLY shat his pants. Then it just got sad.

  • A burger being "100% Beef" is not a good thing
  • I prefer ground meat because the chance of electrocution is lower

  • Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, known for brutal crackdowns against political opposition, dies at 63
  • This is why I only buy normal mangoes. Explosive ones are too dangerous.

  • Chaos erupts in hearing as Greene, Ocasio-Cortez clash over ‘fake eyelashes’ jibe at Crockett
  • She's a pretty shitty trash bag. Trash bags are supposed to keep the garbage in, not spill it all over the place.

  • Ben Carson calls for making divorce harder
  • The right and dogshit ideas, name a more iconic duo

  • Trump supporters are now wearing diapers to show their support for Von ShitzInPantz. You couldn't pay me to do this let alone take a picture of it.
  • If Trump shat himself on live TV, conservative influencers would start shitting themselves on Tiktok and wherever else, claiming it's owning the libs.

    You know what... they can just have that one, lol.

  • The world’s largest direct carbon capture plant just went online
  • The company’s previous record-holding carbon capture plant, Orca, sucks around 4,000 tons of CO2 from the atmosphere per year, but the new plant can handle nearly ten times that, as reported by The Washington Post.

    The plant’s called Mammoth and boasts 72 industrial fans that can pull 36,000 tons of CO2 from the air each year.

    Ackshulaaly that's not nearly 10 times, that's exactly 9 times

  • Where do I look when seated at a restaurant to seem normal?
  • If someone enters your personal one meter radius, immediately maintain direct eye contact with them to assert control over your domain. Stare them down. Do not blink. Blinking is a sign of weakness. You must assert dominance over your territory or else (by law) the restaurant will kick you out to make way for its stronger patrons.

  • Star Wars Trilogy Video cassettes 1995
  • I can't believe Star Wars ended after Return of the Jedi. George Lucas could have made a fortune if he'd produced a prequel trilogy, or a sequel trilogy, or made a lot of TV spinoffs.

  • The idea that the Manor Lords dev should 'just hire 50 people' to update it faster is 'fundamentally not the way things work,' says publisher
  • Yeah for real, whoever said that is such an idiot. If he hired 5000 people instead they could get the work done 100 times faster.

  • The Fall of the House of Usher | Discussion

    I didn't see a thread for this show yet. Sometimes Federation is iffy though. If there is already a post, I guess just delete this one.

    The Fall of the House of Usher is the new Mike Flanagan horror miniseries on Netflix, here just on time for Halloween spooky stuff.

    I just finished the show tonight and thought it was pretty good overall. Decent production (with the exception of digital green screen backgrounds everywhere), a solid ensemble cast, some surprisingly good monologues, some creepy scares, and a good enough ending. I went in not knowing anything about it except for its genre and was pleasantly surprised.

    Edit: also Mark Hamill doing a voice for his role was a treat

    What did you think?

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    /kbin meta @kbin.social finthechat @kbin.social

    Is there a page to see a list of instances kbin.social has defederated from?

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    Anime @kbin.social finthechat @kbin.social

    What are some shows you are watching/finished recently that are not currently airing?

    I always liked reading through this thread on /r/anime. Hope I'm not breaking some sort of etiquette by creating it here. I guess if kbin keeps exploding, this will get buried in a few days anyway.

    • Aku no Hana (2013) - A psychological horror/drama about a boy and a girl who commit acts of social rebellion together in order to uncover the "deviant" sides of their souls. Worth watching for: its unique rotoscoped animation, unique concept, sense of constantly impending doom, soundtrack, and its secondhand cringe that rivals and surpasses that of NHK ni Youkoso! It's not a show you turn on to be lightly entertained by, it's a little heavier and not good second-screen watching. Caveat: the anime adaptation is incomplete - it teases a 2nd season that presumably would have given us a proper conclusion
    • Chobits (2002) - A sci-fi rom-com set in a 2002 version of Japan where lifelike androids called Persocoms are commonplace. It's about our earnest and honest MC falling in love with a kuudere Persocom. Worth watching for: its S++++ tier OP and ED, upbeat classic pop/rock soundtrack, best mascot character Sumomo, good direction, good English dub (if you're into that), and cheery and likable characters. Also of note, this was the following project that the director of Cardcaptor Sakura worked on immediately after finishing that series.
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