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618744 No.3532465

You're welcome.
https://readcomiconline.to/Comic/Rhudiprrt-Prince-of-Fur/Issue-1?id=144833



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62516 No.3531100

What's with the surge of racist little white furry kids lately?

These fucksticks need a good slap.

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No.3532042

>>3532041

The dude took it seriously when someone said "mayocide", I think we've established he's a scared little cracker

>>3532020

This guy too. "Oh no he made a joke about having a white slave, he hates whites and asians more than we hate everyone not white, SEE?!"

Ya'll need to check your internet-sarcasm detectors. Or just have some common sense in place when you read shit on the internet. Paying more attention to dumbass comments that likely aren't serious than the ones with actual news and discussion.

Then again, I suppose it'd be asking a bit much for you tardos to read some of the posts here that are longer than 2 sentences; ADHD must be a bitch.

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61204

Are you негры talking shit about mayonez?

No.3532046

>>3532035
He'd be shunned as a racist for saying 'Negro'.

No.3532049
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>>3532009

>>Ignored substance of post
>>Made no arguments
>>Namecalling
>>Projecting

Found the butthurt, lefty negro

No.3532093

>>3532049

cracker

No.3532170

>>3532093

double nigger

No.3532446

bump



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12252 No.3531170

How many of you are actually happy with your careers and career paths.

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No.3532303

You basically replace any friction element with a resistor, a spring with an inductor, a mass with a capacitor, forces with current sources and the initial velocities in your problem with voltage sources. Then you build your equivalent circuit and watch what happens to it.

http://lpsa.swarthmore.edu/Analogs/ElectricalMechanicalAnalogs.html

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>>3532302
Right, I agree mechanical analogies can help teach simple electrical engineering concepts for

>basic ideal circuit components

My point is you can't figure out a large, complex, industrial piece of power equipment by saying "it's just like water coming out of a hose, lol!" as >>3532227 claims.

Though I understand it's just steam, who is well-known for lying, bullshitting about his abilities, and talking out of ass.

No.3532425

>>3532410
Electrical analogs are used to emulate mechanical systems because there's already a bunch of software and mathematical tools to handle them.

In the purely mechanical domain, there isn't really such a set of basic "circuit components" to describe mechanical systems (or there was, but isn't commonly taught anymore), so you start from simple differential equations you can handle on pen and paper, and then say "fuck it" and jump straight to FEM analysis or other mechanical simulation. The electrical analogs cover the middle ground where the system is still relatively easy to describe, but too time consuming to wrap your head around using differential equations.

It's not strictly a teaching tool. If you need to work out quickly how your hydraulic cylinder responds to random jolts and bumps, you could construct an elaborate mathematical model in Simulink and run it, possibly paying for some add-on for hydraulics modeling that's like shooting a fly with a howitzer in the context of your problem, or you could just drop down a few circuit components in LTSpice and get very much the same result.

No.3532428

Besides

> a large, complex, industrial piece of power equipment

is usually dumber than you'd think. Large complex machinery typically consists of modules of simpler construction that have well-defined inputs and outputs, because these are machines designed by humans and we can only handle so much at a time.

Things that actually work are rarely made up as one complex thing - they consists of many simple things, which build up an abstract whole that can be thought of as "water in a hose" at that level of abstraction, and the details are handled by the individual parts behaving (hopefully) within their defined limits.

No.3532433

I make 47$ an hour. I'm only home two days a month and I facking hate it. I wanna work at Walmart and have a life

No.3532438
>In 2015, the Government Accountability Office estimated that 40 percent of American workers were employed under some sort of “contingent” arrangement like this—from barbers to midwives to nuclear waste inspectors to symphony cellists. Since the downturn, the industry that has added the most jobs is not tech or retail or nursing. It is “temporary help services”—all the small, no-brand contractors who recruit workers and rent them out to bigger companies.

This shit needs to be regulated, because you can't have 40% of your workforce without any sort of stability. The record low unemployment rate means fuck-all when you consider that major detail. Fuck my "career".

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I am an iron fist with a dark heart. I live in the wilderness fishing and camping out my daily life.



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5039 No.3519751

I never thought I'd mess myself up but I just did...
My curiosity about the fandom size had led me look it up on wikipedia and it just knock me over due to my findings (courtesy of my experience for finding resource from college).
Technically most everyone else would just look on one side of the web and probably think they can find more at wikifur, but no... not me... Realizing that how wikipedia consist more article in different language (the fandom is 22), I just had to see them, but not just by opening them in their own language...no... but rather by using the google translate site... a new tab of google translate for every each one of them. As a result... a finding about fandom from different region of the world... even so some of the article are a stub, but some are quite interesting especially the subject of mentioning the fandom in their local area...but...I didn't stop there...no...
My strong curiosity got the better of me...it literally does...
For each language, I copied the article title word in their own language and then, using the search engine I look it up...from sites to picture to youtube video, every one last of it... The results...something that I'm unable to say or even express myself...it's something that you had to look for it yourself to understand...

For some, this might be silly but when you think about it, what are other fandom that are bigger than this... manga, anime, marvel, dc, dr.who, star wars, star trek...

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No.3519775

I'd say western, english-speaking furry as we understand it isn't a fandom that can be easily spread around the world because 90% of the modern fandom is about buying or selling stuff. When everyone prices their commissions and patreons in USD, you're absolutely fucked if you're in one of the majority of countries in the world that have a shit exchange rate against the USD.

You might get fans of the same content and concepts, but the economics - and so the communities - are all going to be different. A bit like Kemono v. Furry. It's sort of the same thing, but not at the same time.

No.3519811

>>3519775
It is true that some of the fandom foundation were based on commission art and still are today including merch. But when talking about buy/sell I doubt it won't be much of a problems considering the smaller community on other country still has their own artist and they could make commission based on their currency instead of the USD (unless they use a third party like patreeon just like you mention). Speaking about merch, I heard there's a group/company that seems to be collecting it from con around the world and they resell it in a box called "furry mystery box".
As for the region/culture difference, true that different place had different call and even style for the community, furry, kemono, funny animals etc etc... but it is still basically has the same concept to me, an anthropomorphic animals. So technically all of the community does interested in the same general based thing.

>>3519776
Social gathering pretty much the reason why all fandom can grow big (not just the furries), doesn't had to be a con. Sometimes a simple gathering on a local place consisting a small group of people with a same interest can lead to a big gathering eventually. People even with different ideology sometimes can get along even with just a same small interest. True that when there a social gathering especially a big ones there will likely be a drama whether minor or not. And even it is become serious the community itself seems to be able to handle it down, nothing like a small hint of spice in an apple pie just to keep it interesting.

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No.3532412

I heard that one of the moderators pees his pants whenever an old thread is bumped. Is that true /furi/?

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>>3532412
Everytime a thread is necrobumped God tips over one of Cho0b's bongs. You monster.



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816737 No.3531321

Please insult my penis and/or post micropenis shaming porn.

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No.3532307

Can we not shit up Melanie's thread please?

No.3532311

>>3532306

> You can't get asylum from a nation which is not experiencing violence.

You can, if YOU are expecting to experience violence in that nation.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Right_of_asylum

>"Everyone has the right to seek and to enjoy in other countries asylum from persecution" is enshrined in the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948 and supported by the 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees and the 1967 Protocol Relating to the Status of Refugees.[6] Under these agreements, a refugee is a person who is outside that person's own country's territory owing to fear of persecution on protected grounds, including race, caste, nationality, religion, political opinions and participation in any particular social group or social activities.
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immigrants

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>>3532311

>fear of persecution on protected grounds...

Try it. Persecution doesn't include hurt feelings. If there is no danger you're not going to get in.

Try applying to Canada because you feel you're being persecuted for supporting your "Southern Heritage" or because you are a furry. Watch them laugh you out the door.

No.3532345

>>3532328
Sure, but nobody was talking about that.

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>>3532296
>>3532307
Hey, thank you for the love, I wasn't expecting it. And thank you too, people whom I haven't quoted and were also nice to me, y'all're ok. ❤

No.3532414

>>3532393

<3



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84556 No.3532355
>dislike /pol/
>yet hate SJW tactics, and probably also like porn
>you will be labeled a Nazi
>dislike SJW shit
>yet fucking hate /pol/
>expect to be labeled an SJW man-hater feminist sympathizer the second you say anything critical of the right

We're to the point you may as well just give up and join one or the other side wholesale because "in between" doesn't exist.

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No.3532363

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69obN625Fjs

You ain't as woke as you think you are if you give the assjaydubia boogeyman this much importance.

No.3532384

While a lot of the pathetic manchild whiners who scream SJW shit constantly are usually inflating things, SJWs have been known to cause actual bad shit such as harassing people who like tits and Anita is David Duke for feminists, faking harassment against her and generally being a lying bitch who mixes 25% truth with 75% propaganda, and they do have that obnoxious "you are a Nazi!!!" habit of labeling people.

But then the alt-right does much of the same shit but it's different, it's different somehow when they do the same thing and that labeling tactic isn't just an SJW thing but expect full denial mode over it! And they'll accuse you of eating soy if you don't like Trumputin (I suspect that leukemia bullshit here is the same deal only it's a local meme that didn't spread) because fuck if I know how that's supposed to be insulting.

But when you think about shit like what OP said, why would you want to be in the middle when both extremes will label you anyway? At a point you should juts pick what you think is the lesser of the 2 evils and roll with it, it's probably for the best, or you have both ends hating your guts.

No.3532395

this planet has become so boring

No.3532398

>>3532355
>>3532384
False dichotomies.

No.3532399

>>3532355

So here's the thing.

I've been to patriot prayer rallies and others like it. Conservatives are WILLING TO TALK TO YOU. On CAMERA. In public! They're EAGER to talk to you and they're not going to pull that "It's not my job to educate you, shitlord" shit.

We got Gay Republicans. We got Black Republicans. We have old-school and new-school feminists. We got "The red pill" documentary lady, and even based Mom.

You are entirely welcome to find a home on the right. We value independence more than the left, and we also value debate. We do not call intellectual rigor "Western modality" and "Colonialism."

Don't let /pol/ scare you off. Try it IRL. You'll find a lot of love and a lot of welcoming arms and firm handshakes.

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No.3532400

>>3532384

The difference is, the left is now establishment and has establishment powers. The alt-right has no backing, no revenue streams, and has been dying ever since that dumbfuck crushed a white woman between two cars he ran into.

There is no Alt-right candidate running for and succeeding at attaining a federal government job. The Left has literal socialist economic majors who are literally too dumb to understand how unemployment works.

It's pretty clear which side of the political isle is letting the inmates run the asylum and it's not the right.

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We need a new false flag, a new 9/11 to galvanize the country

The sheeple are crying for it



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54458 No.3532149

Alaska. 7.0
Be safe if you're there.

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>>3532149

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>>3532160

>Voting for the candidate I endorsed would prevent a natural disaster from occurring.

When you are this "woke"!

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>>3532160

Stop saying stupid things that make me have to agree with Catligula. Of course, the election had no impact on this. Learn to science, noob.

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>>3532202
Thanks, that's an interesting glimpse into why certain images return over and over.

>optimum advertiser appeasement

Figures it comes back to ads and the revenue it brings in. Makes me want to go on a mass media diet.

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>>3532229

Oh, yeah. There is literally a book of rules for what you are allowed to show on TV and what you are not in any disaster.

Ever notice that in floods they always put a reporter at the corner of an intersection during a flood? Intersections have street names and signage that make viewers feel like they can relate to the location. They subconsciously think, "That looks just like downtown." or "That looks like the street next to my barbershop." but they don't think about the houses off camera with all the possibly dead people. Intersections are curious but rarely tragic.

There rules for the media about avoiding graveyards in cases of floods and other water-heavy events.

The soil can become so lose that caskets will pop up and start floating down the river. Fun fact: As dead bodies decompose they release a lot of gas. The sudden change in pressure as they exit the ground can make a casket burst out of the water and explode liquified grandma over everything. You have to be careful not to film downstream of a graveyard in case a casket might float by mid-filming.

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Well... I must say... I do like Trump and I support him. How ever it is true it was a hard sell for me to get on board the Trump train because... yes, despite all his win climate change denial is a serious problem. All of us affect our environment. It's exremely important that each of us take into account our carbon foot prints and work towards a cleanr planet. I feel strongly that if enviromental agencies brought these issues forward to the Trump administration in a respectful but firm & fank manner he is likely to pay heed.

But you can't expect him to take it seriously when she left beating people up who disagree with them, screaming into the sky, and just overall being a childish nuisance. But yes... it is true that an administration's policies can have a major impact on the environment.

Lest we forget Obama green lighting the fracking industry & promoting natural gas drilling nearby urban area's.

Every time we turn off a light we're not using, every time we throw away recyclable's in the recycling bins instead of the trash, every time you clip the rings on the beverage holders, every time we choose to buy food marked with a non GMO product seal, or write to our elected repersentives about implementing sustainable solutions, we're helping make the world a better & cleaner place. Picking up after ourselves, cleaning up our messes... this is everyone's responsibility.

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>>3532323

>climate change denial is a serious problem

The only thing it was ever about as pertains to politics is POWER.



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520767 No.3528556

Porn/rule 34 right now please ok thanks bye

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No.3531736

>>3530748
artist?

No.3531742

>>3531729
What kind of pens did they use to draw that?

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>>3531736
According to e621 where I got it, artist is "Cherry Love."

No.3532011

First thread I found where this might fit - https://imgur.com/a/HUtkpBL

Maid Marian porn by Ber00 - http://ber00.tumblr.com/

No.3532075
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>>3528556
Here you go. Magpie porn done right.

No.3532331

This character is very similar to liru, would love to see some crossover art.



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177998 No.3532271

I realized something today:

I don't really like art.

Is that bad?

No.3532273

If pic related is a sample of what you're looking at, no.

No.3532289
>art

Most art is like most unnecessary stuff in our culture, distractions from what's important.

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>>3532271

>>"...I don't really like art."

Well, you've come to the right place then.

No.3532291

>>3532289
To paraphrase Sturgeon's Law, "...90% of everything is crap..."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sturgeon%27s_law

So yes, there's more "bad" art (furry or otherwise) than "good" art.



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430661 No.3532260

It is opera time. If you queermos like Hansel and Gretel, get the fuck in here.

https://tinychat.com/vtopera

No.3532278

Second show starting 7:30 PST.



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