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40336 No.3473903

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Is that Boromir or Ned Stark?

Also LOTR > GOT, hands down.

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I absolutely love the fall/autumn season.

-The humidity of summer is over. It's cooler, and unlike spring thaw, less muddy and awful looking.
-Bug activity goes down.
-The smells of bonfires during cool temps.
-The colors of trees.
-Crisp, warm days of walking or biking among the fallen leaves.
-An order is restored, people fall back into their same routines as summer vacation is over. Kids go back in school. People who spent the spring/summer moving settle in for the season.
-Pumpkin everything. Hot drinks.
-Thanksgiving, Halloween, Oktoberfest, with special programming associated with those events.
-Sucks it gets darker faster. Winter looms.
-It only really shitty when the season is rained out, then its damp and ugly and all the leaves stick to the ground. It also stinks if you have a property with a ton of large trees. Leaves in the gutters, wiper cowl of the car, in the garden. Lots of raking.

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No.3473957

Spring is muddy and depressing.
Summer is a stifling, oppressive, bug-infested hell season.
Autumn is glorious colors and cozy temperatures.
Winter is sleepy, peaceful and contemplative.

No.3474146

>>3473913

>Summer can suck it because of the heatwaves, sunburn, and misquotes.
>misquotes

I know what you meant, but this is kinda funny



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4020354 No.3473855

...and Nick Wilde's lifelong obsession begins.

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No.3474031

Hot. Thanks. More?

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Here's the rest

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the detail on everything is amazing.

i mean look at that vintage toilet and its wooden seat.

No.3474114

I was gonna ask why his anus looked so distended and swollen.

Then I saw he was shitting.

Jesus christ his face is scary and fucked up in all of these.

How is he even balancing?

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Without the toilet cam, this is amateur hour.



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1715746 No.3474092

Happy Labor Day, everyone!

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They come out with their horns already grown? What the... Oh god! Oh that's... that's some kind of living hell! That's some kind of living hell Brian!

No.3474133

MLP was NEVER GOOD.
CLOP IN HELL
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782426 No.3467814

Jay Naylor gets a lot of slams here, as do a few other furry artists.
But the biggest horse's ass is Ralph Hayes, Jr.
This art CD he's selling, is by the standards of his gurus, "porn," but he constantly rants and raves about furry porn.
And when the FUCK is he ever going to update his comics?
He has no girlfriends or a wife or kids, so he has the time.

No.3467834

Never heard of Ralph Hayes, Jr.

>Jay Naylor gets a lot of slams here

Years ago he did, now I don't think anyone cares anymore.

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>>3467834

People like purple keokleon made Jay Nailor look like a good samaritan in comparison.

Plus despite the derision of his poorly written comic, he knows how to draw a proper nice butt.

No.3467908

>>3467883

Naylor does, obviously.
It's the fact that the only one married happily and satisfied with sex is Fisk, a paramilitary assassin.

As to Hayes, Jr, he's one of those "I'm more conservative and holier than thou" types.

No.3470385

Does anyone have a collection of Ralph Hayes, Jr.'s work? What's their FA?

>>3467883
Jay always drew a perfect ass, however what's a good ass on a body that's flawed with stub feet, stub hands, and overall bad anatomy everywhere else? Jay makes images in a "even a broken clock is right twice a day" sense. Sometimes he is still capable of making an image that is firing on all its cylinders. Other times, its misfiring only with the ass cylinder working and nothing else.

No.3473721

Does anyone have a collection of Ralph Hayes, Jr.'s work? What's their FA?

No.3474101

>>3473721
Last try.

No.3474138

Why do you guys necro this shit. Why do you request more art by BOTTOM TIER ARTISTS like this fucking redneck nobody. There are hundreds of younger artists now that are better than Ralph fucking Hayes. What spergy OCD completionist bullshit drives you to bump this garbage?



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HHNNGGGG

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>>3474036
You necro nigger.

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ohohohohoho



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Can someone give me a rundown on the Inkbunny exodus? I've been reading a lot of journals lately about how everyone is leaving due to the site owner being transphobic. From what I can gather, this image (https://inkbunny.net/submissionview.php?id=1414461) was posted, followed by this guy (https://inkbunny.net/Skunket) protesting to have it removed, and the site owner said no. So now everyone is leaving?

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No.3473891
>The point is that running a society is totally unlike running a factory or building a car.

Know that I agree completely with this. I'm less familiar with social things as I am with technical things, and so I can only imagine how much easier it is for things to go wrong in a government than in a computer or car - what you mentioned before about system breakers and such.

That said, in the context of the leaded gas example, I still don't understand how you'd deal with it. I know you feel it shouldn't have happened - so what would you have done? That's basically the TL;DR for the majority of this post, hahah.

>Exactly there you outlined the major issue. The lead-gas people are included in the "we the people" who are allowing themselves to add lead to gasoline.

Fortunately, this is expected (even if unfortunate and messy): the government is set up from start to end to deal with disagreements among people. Three branches of government, courts, etc. In this case, it's the leaded gas people versus the entire population of air-breathing people. So then you ask:

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No.3473908

>>3473891

>I still don't understand how you'd deal with it. I know you feel it shouldn't have happened - so what would you have done?

The question is both what I would have done, and what would I have done.

Knowing then what I know now, I would have collected the evidence, knowing where to look for it, and shown unambiguously what a bad thing it was to put lead in gasoline. However, having had done that in the late 20's early 30's I might have retarded combustion engine development because lead is very useful in driving high compression airplane engines, and so lost the allies the second world war.

Having actually been living then and not now, I would have probably done exactly what everyone else and ignored the whole issue. In thinking about these matters, we project our present selves in hindsight to past events and onto other people, and notice that we would have been wiser, which then turns into the illusion that we are wise in the present regarding events that are yet to come because at least we wouldn't be making that same "mistake" again. As Karl Popper pointed out: history is not a scientific experiment - it's a one-time event that you cannot repeat and thus it serves you no aid in predicting the future. You cannot draw laws out of it, because the conditions in which those apparent regularities existed no longer apply, and your undestanding of the events is necessarily selective - like again calling the early ban of leaded gasoline a success, and stopping the count just before we lose WW2.

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No.3473917

>>3473891

>Right now, none of these seem realistic to me. Please, please correct me here.
>In the context of the lead-gas example, how do you "do good" here without acting as an authoritative figure?

That is the fundamental paradox. This is a point that cannot be directly explained, because in order to undestand it you must change your point of view. Otherwise none of the explainations make any sense.

Let me put it this way: do you think you have a choice? This is like case five of Mumonkan, where a monk is hanging from a tree from his teeth, and below comes another fellow who asks "Why did the Bodhidharma come from the west?" (I.e. what's it all about?). If the monk answers, he dies, and if he doesn't he betrays his own duty. So what do you do?

No.3473927

>>3473891

>In this case, it's the leaded gas people versus the entire population of air-breathing people.

This is the case with all matters and all peoples. Every case has a winner and a loser, otherwise the case - as it would make no difference, good or bad - wouldn't come about.

Now, whose preference takes precedence and why? If you take a systematic answer like, "the majority's" (utilitarian), then you must also concede for where this would create a moral paradox, such as the proposition that we should enslave a small portion of the population to do all work in order for the majority to have an easy life.

So you see, those who do good always pick sides to decide what is good, and in sticking to their choice become the worst kind of evil there is: a saint.

No.3473945

I'm a bit short on time at the moment, so I can't absorb all of this properly right now, I will later - and this post is written quickly.

>Knowing then what I know now, I would have collected the evidence, knowing where to look for it, and shown unambiguously what a bad thing it was to put lead in gasoline.
>Having actually been living then and not now, I would have probably done exactly what everyone else and ignored the whole issue.

I realized this does make sense, hindsight is 20/20 - I goofed, and realize I should've been asking only what you would've done in -response- to the leaded gas thing. I know you're also answering this question as well too to some extent too, but I should've been clearer!

>and so lost the allies the second world war.

A thought hit me - is this worth worrying about at all? Or more accurately, is there a reason to believe that you'll get more unexpected negative effects instead of positive ones? Especially because some negative effects will themselves have solutions - which might mean that there's a net positive here... (Apologies if you already explained this and I forgot)

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>>3473945

>A thought hit me - is this worth worrying about at all? Or more accurately, is there a reason to believe that you'll get more unexpected negative effects instead of positive ones?

To the first question: ultimately no, unless you want to. To the second; you can't know. What you can know is that for every thing there will eventually be an end. Trying to win all the time is simply an exercise in futility, like trying to arrange all the items in a room so everything is pointing up and nothing is pointing down.

>At least from my current point of view, I'm being asked to take something on faith, and that's a big red flag for me.

If you can't adopt other points of view, then you're stuck repeating the same mistakes without realizing that you are the cause of your own issues. The difference is taking a monistic point of view: the things you believe to be separate are one, and you can't separate the good from the bad. When you make the distinction you will find both the good and the bad, like for example when the SJW asks you to "check your privilege". The issue they're pointing at comes into being when you internalize their subjective reality. The difficulty in explaining this is to get people to jump out of their own minds and see things from the point of view of all minds - as far as humanly possible - such that you can not only understand but feel why somebody would put lead in gasoline despite knowing (or not, or denying) that it's killing everyone. That's when you see the hollowness of all systems.

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No.3474078

>>3473945

>is this worth worrying about at all?

More on this point. Isn't it worth worrying about? What about all the people you leave behind? Where's your human compassion for them? At what point do you say "Fuck you, got mine!"?

So you see, when you set out to save the world, what you really should be doing is to invent a time machine to destroy the little rat that would evolve into homo sapiens sapiens - unless you admit that you're only out to save yourself. But then what would that make you? No better than the guy who puts lead in gasoline knowing he will be long dead before shit hits the fan.



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No.3473948

So yeah

been thinking of killing myself for real.

I know i know, confession on lulz. But It's true, I'd have done it already if it wouldn't hurt my remaining family member so much. It's just too much debilitating pain and this inescapable anguish and I don't have much longer I think.

Travel and sports and friends and games and all my attempts have just somehow distanced me more from anything close to joy. I don't have anyone else close, I never managed to put together a family. It's worse that the brightest future I see now is death. I don't even think I'm asking for help with this, more just a statement.

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No.3474034

>>3474033

It's another "Largest fire in history" like every year.

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>money doesn't buy happiness

Yeah but it opens more opportunities to pursue activities people enjoy. The only people I've ever heard say this shit are welfare niggers who wouldn't know what to do even if they did score a lump sum of cash. They would keep doing the same boring shit they've always done and complain how unhappy they are.

No.3474041

>>3474030

And I can only think of ISIS as deserving it more than Kalifornia. Burn you mutherfuckers, don't bother asking us to give a single fuck. Wait, no, you can have one, its one my middle finger.

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>>3474030

>California is on fire
No.3474044

>>3473976
Have you thought about religion ? Seriously, some people think it's crutches and people who believe in god are stupid ; but it does help them being happy.

Reading the gospel does no harm, and if you find that Jesus guy to be likeable (easy), why not ask him to make you believe in him ?

No.3474049

>>3474030 you forget harvey and now Irma is a huge potential threat

No.3474076

>>3474035

this!



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107496 No.3474047

Sorry for causing so much drama.



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138042 No.3473814

Lets talk cleanliness, would you go down on a guy/girl who hasn't showered in 5 days?

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No.3473933

>>3473929

We both seem to be able to maintain corporate business careers. What about you Mr. Sparkling Clean? ;p
Of course, neither of us drink, smoke, or do drugs. Must be making a chemistry difference in there huh?

No.3473953

>>3473929

He's baiting you bud.

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>>3473834

>>>Olfactophilia/mysophilia are two of my primary kinks.

I'm curious, is your fetish human-only or does it extend to other species, such as non-human feet smells?

No.3473985

>>3473959
Lost interest in 3d women over a decade ago and exclusively jerk off to 2d fur (and occasional weeb shit) now, not interested in real animals. What rare 2d olfactophilia/mysophilia smut exists gets me hard even if toony or just dialog/written scenario like Nezumi does. I acquired it after being given a pair of dirty panties by my first crush and it was reinforced after going down on a musky pregnant woman in my teens. Both made me light headed, horny as fuck, and sent shivers down my spine.

Was never into feet or pits... paws can be a cute accent in vanilla porn just not the center piece and I probably wouldn't find their odor arousing. My arousal is mostly localized to vagina, anus, halitosis, bodily fluids/excretions/discharge, farts, and used panties.

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>>3473818
The funny thing is Sorrowful has a stink kink.

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>>3474019 Stink is one thing.. filth and disease are another. Wash that nasty ass cooch.



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204026 No.3473860

What happened to Wolfy-Nail? He used to draw a lot, but after he moved to Rotarr he don't do much anymore, he almost went completely silent. Plus he don't accept comissions now - is that a rare case when artist got so much money that he don't need to draw dicks anymore?

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No.3473940

>>3473914

Why in the hells would he do that when he can shit out a commission in a few hours and make hundreds of dollars

No.3473950

What was the name of that mobile game he did the art for anyway? Some generic airport management Sim but the mechanic girl had some nice titty

No.3473964

>>3473940
>>3473914
yeah im wondering this too, what fucking job out there pays more than being a popufur that charges above 1k for a picture that takes 12 hours tops to make?

on furry porn he was getting well above 50$/hour, what jobs out there pay that? hell, if there is any, it probably requires either
A) mastery on very, very complex skill
B) carrying a load of responsibility/risk to your health
or
C) fame

i mean hell, the job he had, doing furry porn, required A and C, so what could possibly be better than that?

No.3473980

>>3473964

Gotta remember that furry porn doesn't pay into your retirement, doesn't pay for your medical coverage, doesn't give you marketable work experience, and exists within a highly volatile market environment. That 50$+ an hour goes a lot less further than you'd imagine, and there's no guarantee that you'll still be meeting demand as the years go on and new artists/popular styles pop up that you may or may not be able to keep up with.

Good on him for getting a fall-back career started. I imagine he'll ebb back and forth over the years as he splits his focus across separate career paths.

No.3473988

>>3473964

>1k€
>12h tops

I earn 700-1000€ in 3-5 hours by detailing cars.
PDR alone nets me a good 60-300€ in an hour or two, depending on the car and the nature of the dent.

Compared to that, a popufur's earnings within a month by drawing dog dicks is pretty shit tbh.

No.3474006

>>3473988
It depends on how popufur you are.
I remember Ahnes was making nearly 3000 USD a month for just drawing dicks on his patreon.

And I know wolfynail and similars crank like 900 USD ore more for a single piece of porn. (even more if it has multiple characters that are YCH)

No.3474027

>>3474006

Yeah, and these are top tier furry smut artists, mind you.
(also I wish Anhes didn't just do almost exclusively gay stuff, his detailing is stellar.)

It's only downhill from here.



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