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Anon 08/08/2020 (Sat) 01:08:54 No.2377 [Reply] [Last]
Post here when you visit /comfy/ Thread number three. Autumn edition. old thread >>1239
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>>2712 Getting to work on my hobby but then becoming obsessed with two other hobbies that overshadow the first hobby that has a deadline now but finally motivating myself to do the first so it's all good. That's what's good, my main lad.
>>2714 What are your hobbees anon? Maybe we could have a hobby thread if there isn't one already
>>2709 Are you on a vacation there, anon?
Been listening to this album a lot, also my first time visiting /comfy/ in a while.
>>2718 Welcome back! bunker Anonymous 05/14/2020 (Thu) 23:45:01 No.1030 [Reply] [Last]
Is down for anyone else?
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>>2430 You might add the /svidya/ incident and /vg/ not getting their board back on the new site after a vol and some users requested it (BO bailed i think)
>>2423 /monarchy/ is up now. Pending interest I can revive /liberty/ as well. >What was the reason for leaving the webring anyways? Did you not like it here? It was convenience/necessity. Hoppe-sama was down and the folks at were kind enough to offer to migrate everything over for us. I have nothing against the webring but I couldn't turn down an offer like that.
I briefly got some access to the homepage a couple minutes ago, and was able to load /pol/ but then it died when I clicked the catalog. No luck at all accessing delicious.
>>2415 this works fine at I want this tho instead I get Error 403 Forbidden Forbidden Guru Meditation: XID: 296485025 Varnish cache server
>>2439 The loli boards are still Tor-only at the moment, but can be reached using if you don't want to install Tor browser. We are working on a more permanent solution to get these back on clearnet.

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Bugs, Issues, and Changelog Anonymous Board owner 09/02/2019 (Mon) 15:52:13 No.18 [Reply] [Last]
If you notice something wrong that isn't "it's slow", post about it here. If something is fixed or changed, it'll be posted here.
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I might be blind but where is BO's email?
>>13658 You can find it on the Contact page, linked from the bottom of the site's front page.
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>>18 /icup/ BO here. I have tried to upload these two banners on my board but apparently the system keeps rejecting them. They appear in the rotation and the interface displays a banner being present, yet for some reason they do not physically appear on the Manage Banners page, while displaying a broken image error on the main page for the board.
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I just changed the bump-limit on by board from 500 to 750, but the bumplocked thread from when the limit was 500 does not change. Unfortunately there is no option under my tools that allows me to un-bumplock threads. Is there a way to do this at all?
>>13662 I've noticed the same phenomenon affecting newly-uploaded banners on 8moe. Seems like it's affecting multiple LynxChan sites. Acid and I narrowed it down to a problem caused by adblockers, but we're unsure why it only affects new banners. I'm going to bring it up with Stephen when he's online tomorrow and see if there's anything that can be done in LynxChan to mitigate. For now, try whitelisting in your adblocker and see if that fixes it for you.

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Advertising thread Anon Board owner 05/26/2020 (Tue) 08:43:02 No.1157 [Reply] [Last]
You can advertise other sites, events, communities, etc. in this thread, please don't make new threads for advertising from now.
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>>2679 Your board is cool, but your banner i must spoiler
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We back lizzies
>>2688 You back lizzies?
>>2672 No, I like you :)
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>>2689 Yes

/overboard/ discussions Anonymous 06/27/2020 (Sat) 01:26:22 No.13389 [Reply] [Last]
Should /icup/ be added to the sfwoverboard?
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No. It should be banned for spamming. Spamming every single board on the webring to come to your board is worse than Zchan ever did.
>>13465 U wot m8? It is (or was) a nation-specific /r9k/, except somewhere along the line the handful of us that remain stopped giving a shit about not having a girlfriend, went through varying levels of self-improvement, and now we just update each other on our lives, hobbies, and interests. It would be more accurate to file it under "Lifestyle".
>>13474 More accurate under sad loser discord.
>>13475 Ah so this is why you decided to "raid" britfeel or whatever the hell it is you're doing with the constant shitposts. Sad.
>>13389 /icup/ BO here I wouldn't mind the board be made into a SFW one, I'll just ask people to spoiler lewds.

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Anonymous 09/06/2020 (Sun) 12:35:14 No.1391 [Reply] [Last]
SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL PRO OTTER ORGANIZATION Are (You) doing enough for otters? They need your help, anon. If you know more, post them. Global groups: International Otter Survival Fund Otter Specialist Group USA/Canada: Friends of the Sea Otter Sea Otter Foundation & Trust France:

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>>1409 >Until someone suggests a bunker, you're welcome to revive this thread If you need to, /otter/ is entirely welcome to create a regrouping thread on /robowaifu/ . Also, I regularly keep a full backup of your board (have for about a year now), so if you ever have to recover from a disaster just shout out to me there as well. >t. /robowaifu/ BO
>>1436 Thank you Johnny.
>>1436 Thank you for your service
>>1437 >>1440 Nprb, glad to help. I love otters and you guys are fun too. I visited with you on your movie night.
I think otters are the only thing everyone in the webring can agree on

opinions on R J Rushdoony? Anonymous 09/23/2020 (Wed) 11:05:25 No.225 [Reply] [Last]
>Rousas John Rushdoony (April 25, 1916 – February 8, 2001) was a Calvinist philosopher, historian, and theologian and is credited as being the father of Christian Reconstructionism[3] and an inspiration for the modern Christian homeschool movement.[4][5] His followers and critics have argued that his thought exerts considerable influence on the evangelical Christian right.[6] Iknow he's a Calvinist but do you enjoy his works and what he had to say?

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/otter/ thread #0 Anonymous 04/07/2020 (Tue) 12:08:10 No.975 [Reply] [Last]
So I've noticed that since otters are already a very niche topic, most of the threads on this board are specific to a degree that very few people will participate in them, making /otter/'s activity suffer. There are few threads with more than a handful of replies on here. A solution to this could be to make a general thread, i. e. to throw everything into one b᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎ig conti᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎nuous thread where everything otter-related can be discussed. So let's try that out. Please direct your otterposting into this thread from now on.᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎
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>>1443 Otters are fun in the water and otters are fun on land. But otter without water is sad otter.
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>>975 Otters shouldn't be a niche topic, they are very important.

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Banner Thread Anonymous 09/27/2019 (Fri) 13:53:24 No.18 [Reply] [Last]
Howsabout we spruce this board up a little?
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>>172 I both lurk /doll/ since I discovered you after the migration from 8ch, and I keep your board archived regularly as well. I like your board BO. >t. /robowaifu/
>>172 >/toy/'s territory Don't sweat it, it's no problem t. /toy/ BO. I've posted on the /toy/ meta thread so anyone interested in these changes will know too.
>>172 Thanks BO, that's great news! I hope it will help reviving the board.
>>172 Even if I don't post here since I have no dolls myself, I want to say i really like this board and wish it got more posts.
>>185 As someone who actually own dolls, I am more than agreeing. You know even if you don't own any, you can still discuss about it and maybe later start collecting yourself...there have been many great dolls this year.

/bun/ - Rabbit and Bunny Anonymous 11/08/2019 (Fri) 20:08:01 No.395 [Reply] [Last]
Bunnies or things related with bunnies
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Student 09/04/2020 (Fri) 00:27:27 ID: ba9f3d No.354 [Reply] [Last]
Hey /lang/ could you help me out? Should I learn Romanian or Hungarian? I am ethnically half of each, both languages are just equally as important learn to because I can't understand any of family members on my Mom's or Dad's very well. I am sort of leaning on Romanian because I tried to learn Hungarian and stopped midway the book(teach yourself® Hungarian) 5 years ago and I have some Spanish under my belt. I can't remember how to pronounce any of the letters of alphabet, let alone how to say hello. I think the reasons why I quit is because I too fast in the chapters, my parents were teaching me at the time and they went over it way to fast me to remember how pronounce anything correct nor remember it's grammar.
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>>354 Try and make it a learning experience with them. Share some laughs, let them teach you a word or two and in the meantime you learn your own thing. If you do it all alone with no help, you're not getting very far, my friend.
>>358 I am 25 now
>>370 Well, if you were 19/20 the first time and 25 now, the book itself won't be any better or worse than it was before. I found a pdf of (the 2003 version of) Teach Yourself Hungarian, and it looks to be relatively similar in structure/method to Genki, that is to say, it offers a good set of vocabulary and a good order for grammar topics with plenty of practice, but the grammar lessons themselves seem to be very rough approximations of the technical grammar, designed for the reader to be able to make consistent progress while being close enough to correct as to be competent without having to use additional resources. As with Genki, if you use this book you would have the choice of either taking the lessons at their word, accepting the fact that you will develop some bad habits that you will have to unlearn either through practice or when you progress to higher-level books, or using the lessons for their order and as a starting point and filling in the gaps with other sources (this will probably be harder with Hungarian than it is with Japanese due to the amount of material out there). Again, I would recommend that you at least start with Romanian instead, and maybe pick up Hungarian after you've hit your stride and understand how to teach yourself better. Especially knowing some Spanish, since Romanian seems to mostly be more conservative than other Romance languages, you will have a good starting point for most of the concepts involved in a Romance language already without it being similar enough to Spanish to cause any confusion. Hungarian seems to be a very difficult language, so I'd say wait to learn it until your a more efficient autodidact. I do think you should eventually try to learn both if you want to. Whichever way you end up going, I would recommend that you do the studying itself independently and leave your family for practice and clearing up questions that you can't find answers to elsewhere. Native speakers are useful for those things, but they won't make much better teachers than anyone else with the same level of training. Having people to talk to in the language is really good for your listening comprehension and speech production, and they're good at clearing up questions like "is this form acceptable" or "which way of phrasing this is more natural", but not as much at answering questions like "why do you use this here" or "when do you use this"; that kind of overt knowledge isn't something you get/are able to express when you learn a language "naturally".
Why not teach your families English instead?

Anonymous 09/01/2019 (Sun) 23:30:16 No.1 [Reply] [Last]
Welcome brothers and sisters.
This is our new temporary abode, since 0net stinks and IRC just kinda didn't work out.
It's not gonna be quite the same as our beloved board on 8chan, but I'm confident it'll serve us well.
We don't know how much longer 8chan is gonna stay down, and I just couldn't take another day without otterposting.
I hope lots of fellow otterposters will sooner or later find their way here.
That being said, let's get comfy and enjoy a good time.
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Does seem like the superior option over staying here or on 8kun. I'll see what I can do in terms of hosting one myself.
/kind/ has already made one, just to attempt to merge the existing communities into 1 central place. I think that being decentralized is going to benefit us in the long run, as there isn't going to be 1 single point of failure for 1 board (the reason why so many boards from old 8chan are dead in the water now).
I'd like us to stay in the webring too. I know about Kindchan, Otterchan sounds a lot more appealing though. Having an imageboard all to ourselves also means we won't have to live in the shadows of other boards anymore though I rather prefer /kind/ to /r9k/. It'd solve the question of staying here or moving back to 8kun, which is still sort of in limbo, so we won't have to hang around two boards at the same time.
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Not sure where else to post this but DAILY REMINDER for BO to log in every couple weeks >

Progress General Deveropa 04/29/2020 (Wed) 20:07:32 ID: 26606f No.123 [Reply] [Last]
Post what you're working on.
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- Day 2 progress : rehearsal sequence complete - Day 2 Post-Rehearsal still in progress, dialogue is laid out, cutscene pathing and other event semantics will be continued. - Day 3 dialogue almost fully laid out. - Squashed a bug in Teagan's room that continues displaying Teagan from the post-move-in-sequence of Bel-Canto. - Working on mapping for polyphony's new guard-station/jail. - Laid out some sparse normal NPC dialogue for the secret-final-arc. Little things that will make everything come together, and are best gotten out of the way now. - Audio software and tools set-up and ready to start producing. No guarantee I'll actually get to that this month or september. Art will be more important once I get my dialogue progress to act 2.
Small update for today. Had quite a few missed dev-days due to IRL getting in the way. - Day 2 post-rehearsal progress continued. Rewrite of Saki's backstory implemented. New Graveyard cutscene implemented. (pic related) - Updated raw writing for Act 2 Pizzicato Trail revisit. Holy shit, Bel Canto's finally coming along, I'M GONNA MAKE IT!
HOO BOY! I thought I wasn't getting much done this week like last week, but HOLY FUCK! The crunchiest scene in the entire rehearsal set is done. Now, day 3 I unfortunately cannot show much to you due to just exactly what that scene sets up, so you get an angry-stare-Teagan instead. On another note, due to the logistics required for the upcoming cutscenes, The Cantabile manor has it's front yard trimmed. -Day 3 Rehearsal cutscene complete -Day 3 post-rehersal cutscenes have the script implemented, -Picked out a temp track from Tales of Symphonia- Judgement of Mana, to put in place as Metronome Tower's music. -Script progress for act 2 updated, specifically, some emotionally-raw moments for waifufags. Gotta have those to make the upper moments all the more sweeter you know.
Hey everyone, this update I've felt like I'm made a good chunk of significant progress. Which is nice, because I'm gonna take a little break from gamedev to flex my drawing muscles on a small non-UT project I've been putting off. Weekly Progress Report -Added in about half of the day 3 post-rehearsal cutscenes and events. It's a dialogue-heavy day for sure, but I hope the pacing keeps things from dragging on. -Edited Bel Canto's inn to be 1. more fitting of the high-class-town area, and 2. to accomodate space for new cutscenes. (Pic related) -Changed Mezzo's class title from rhythmist to percussionist. -Added in an act 2 boss fight to the debug room. Spoiler-heavy. Ingame, it will be skippable as to prevent what would be a soft-lock for that area. -Added in in events that store recovery items away during Glissando Arena. Not fully implemented of course, but it should be implemented come the Nuclear Teagan release. See you the 28th!
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A got a bit more on track. So, weekly report. >Added interactive popups >Added cockpit >Made essential buttons work >Fixed bug with interaction, some anon pointed out

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/cv/ - Coronavirus Anonymous 04/29/2020 (Wed) 08:49:12 No.652 [Reply] [Last]
All things related to Corona-Chan, both the ugly and the sweet Spoiler your lewds
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/k/ Restoration Anonymous 09/20/2020 (Sun) 22:27:32 No.13654 [Reply] [Last]
Can you restore /k/ to approximately the closest restore point to an hour and a half ago (9PM UTC)? A spammer came through and wiped out the board. Sorry for the inconvenience.
>>13654 You should have had protections against this like every other board. Seethe
>>13655 I'd say the level of administration had been adequate because high-trust societies generally don't have to deal with rogue shitposters butthurt about a robot banning them. Regular backups are generally made of these sort of boards precisely for these scenarios hence my asking.
>>13654 Our apologies, but we're not able to do this for /k/ at the moment. The /k/ owner (and indeed all board owners) might want to enable an hourly thread limit to mitigate this sort of attack.

The Road Anon 09/17/2020 (Thu) 23:33:15 No.2673 [Reply] [Last]
Post anything comfy related to time spent on the move. What car(s) do you own? Have you ever done a nice big road trip?
Truck sleeper cabs are super comfy. I woodn't wanna be a truck driver though.
I don't know how to drive but I really like riding the buses that go out of town, sometimes when the fare was really cheap I used to take long rides on public transport just to relax and listen to music. Since I live in a small town the bus was pretty much always empty.
Wish cars weren't so expensive

the "problem" of free will Anonymous 04/29/2020 (Wed) 03:35:18 No.21 [Reply] [Last]
i say problem in the sense that it is a common argument i hear from normalfags in trying to spread the gospel. the argument is generally > God is omnipotent > omnipotence implies foreknowledge of all events > free will is your ability to choose otherwise >therefore, your decisions cannot be free as you can only choose what God has already foreseen.
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>>73 I like you Anon. You seem to have a good grasp on real faith.
I know it's been months, but I just found this thread. I hope you see my reply anyway. >God is omnipotent. >Omnipotence implies foreknowledge of all events. >Free will is your ability to choose otherwise. >Therefore, your decisions cannot be free as you can only choose what God has already foreseen. God has not foreseen anything, at least, if understood literally. God is eternal; and eternity, as defined by Boethius, is "possession, without succession and perfect, of interminable life." Or in other words, God lives (without beginning, without end, and without succession) perfectly in every moment. God's knowledge is eternally present to him, which is why He can't be said to foresee anything; nothing is future to God. Now, there isn't a contradiction between knowledge of a present event and free will, because knowledge of a present event does not impose necessity on it. And what appears future to man is not so to God. t. Catholic
>>221 >God's knowledge is eternally present to him, which is why He can't be said to foresee anything; nothing is future to God. Because I've spent my whole life basically eagerly pursuing new knowledge, it can as a real revelation to me when it dawned on me that God hasn't ever learned anything. Ever. This is an amazing journey we're on. For those of us heading to eternal life, it will be fulfilling beyond description, or even imagination!
>>222 >This is an amazing journey we're on. For those of us heading to eternal life, it will be fulfilling beyond description, or even imagination! Agreed.
>>221 >your decisions cannot be free as you can only choose what God has already foreseen. So if a guy travels into the future and learns what people will do in the future, they don't have free-will unless he tells them what they will do? The way they've defined free-will is retarded. Knowing the future doesn't mean you're mind-controlling anyone.

Posts That Don't Deserve Their Own Thread. (PTDDTOT) Legoman 06/10/2020 (Wed) 21:04:18 No.563 [Reply] [Last]
Lockdown edition
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>>605 >Implying lawyers exist in the police state
>>599 I mean, it's smart, but is it even useful? Seriously, has someone any nice moc which use this connection?
>>625 I doubt it as the cheese slopes would be hard to get out and the connection they provide isn't the strongest. It's an interesting bit of Lego geometry, but just that.
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>>631 I'm kind of curious now. I wonder if something like a dental or sculpting pick and a little WD-40 could push it out of there. Unless the wedgies are pushed all the way up against the brick, you could probably fit the hook in and push it up.
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What was your last purchase, anon? Just got this haul - 8 World Club Magazines, 2 Bricks 'n Pieces Magazines, Bionicle #1, loads of catalogues from 1997-2001, and A4 and A3 posters. Got the whole lot for £10 and I'm pretty chuffed.

Du kannst nicht Deutsch lernen Student 09/17/2019 (Tue) 21:46:40 ID: 14e499 No.30 [Reply] [Last]
Thread dedicated to the German language

German With Ease
>What we need
Sites and resources to help newcomers learn the language

Also, I do apologize for the lack of stuff, I'm trying to make the board more colorful but just bear with me for a while longer.
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>>299 Thanks for the recommendation. I'll be sure to look into and check it out if I can find a physical copy, scan, or preview.
Are there any inline dictionary applications/plugins for German like the various Rikais for Japanese?
I noticed that online resources for German seem to be a lot more numerous than for some other languages, but the amount of actual useful content isn't much larger, and its drowned out by a sea of surface level shit. So, I'm going to post the useful resources I find here. This post is primarily about zero-article usage, which was a lot harder to find information about for German than it was when I learned Spanish. PDF related is a research paper comparing English and German article usage, specifically contrasting usage of the zero, indefinite, and definite articles in both languages in various contexts. The link below is a more digestible Stack Exchange German thread. The OP is asking about exceptions to a common (wrong) rule parroted about when to use the zero article, and the second answer (the one that isn't checked) gives a good relatively short and accurate summary of the actual rules.
Do y'all think it's worth learning and memorizing things like gender trends or plural formation trends, or just to ignore them and rely solely on memorization? I'm sure that if you knew all of them they would probably make remembering the correct gender/plural for vocabulary easier, but is it possible to learn them quickly enough and remember them easily enough that they're actually a net benefit?

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文字通り誰も日本語を学べない Student 09/18/2019 (Wed) 20:11:39 ID: 8018bf No.33 [Reply] [Last]
Thread dedicated to the Japanese language

Empty at the moment, will be updated
>What we need
Sites and resources to help newcomers learn the language

Also, I do apologize for the lack of stuff, I'm trying to make the board more colorful but just bear with me for a while longer.
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It really feels like it, doesn't it?
Take the no-adjective redpill. No-adjectives aren't just "nouns in the genitive case that happen to be translated as adjectives in English" like bluepilled cucks say; they're a full blown class of nominal adjectives on par with na-adjectives. Evidence? >の is a fully fledged attributive form of the copula, same as な, not just a genitive particle (these are two different のs, one a particle and one a verb). >If the adjective meaning came just from the noun being in the attributive case, then the adjective meaning would be limited to when it just followed by の (as a genitive case marker), but instead, you can replace the の with any (other) inflection of the copula (except な) without changing the meaning, like with な adjectives, and can use them anywhere you would use a な adjective. is a good resource for reading Japanese webpages. It's a browser extension that parses all the text on a page and defines it like Tangoristo did, but it works on any webpage.
>>377 The book that post mentioned is available in its entirety for free online from the Internet Archive. Here's the PDF. It's a bit old, but it looks like a great resource for relatively advanced grammar. Haven't had time to look to closely into it though. Here's the link. The pdf is too large to post, but you can download it there.

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Visualizing Anon 05/05/2020 (Tue) 22:48:14 No.766 [Reply] [Last]
Tell me about your ideal comfy life. >ideal house >ideal gf >ideal source of income >ideal country to live in >ideal average day
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>ideal house anything is fine >ideal gf tomboy wife who likes sports, shares my hobbies and is not an atheist. Preferably taller than me. >ideal source of income being a landlord collecting rent + farming >ideal country to live in anywhere is good >ideal average day wake up early morning eat breakfast and drink coffee with wife exercise and jog together around our house shower together have a small snack afterwards go to inspect my property in the city collect rent if due return to home

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>ideal house A one-story cottage with just enough space for myself and a pet, maybe. A fireplace, a big yard, that sort of thing. >ideal gf Pic related. >ideal source of income A decent but not too flashy writing career. >ideal country to live in Australia, maybe, but the US is fine too if you go rural enough. >ideal average day Work out, eat breakfast, write for a while, eat lunch, go for a walk (weather permitting, if not do some in-home exercises), read, watch anime, eat dinner, write some more, then read myself to sleep.
>>1507 Making cute eroge with your waifu sounds beautiful anon.
>ideal house Nice off-grid house out in the country and away from people, preferably somewhere warm and sunny. Has enough space to for me to have a big computer and music recording setup, along with those of any other interests I might want to dip into. >ideal gf Uninhibited (but not reckless), nymphomaniacal blonde with nice feet and a big ass. Keeps in shape. Bi-curious like me and into swinging. Has a kind, motherly personality but understands that I need my space and independence. Likes nature, animals, and children and can cook despite her non-traditional characteristics. Takes interest in my hobbies and has those of her own. Extremely curious about the world around her and willing to learn. Not a social media addict or attention seeker. We'd have a completely open and independent relationship, but she'd always come back to me. >ideal source of income Something involving making money over the Internet. >ideal country to live in It's hard to say. I don't know that living in the U.S. is going to work in the long term. >ideal average day Having wild sex, shipposting, reading, listening to music, watching movies, playing video games, working on artistic hobbies, going for walks outside, etc. I'd realistically have to work for a living and exercise more to keep fit, but I probably woodn't actually want to do either of those.
>ideal house sort of fringe-suburban house in the boonies. outside: big backyard, lots of room for kids to play. nice front and back porches with comfy chairs. lots of trees and ferns and moss. inside: as many books as you can have without it being a fire hazard. warm kitchen. cozy living room and bedrooms. >ideal wife tall megane who will be the breadwinner and let me be the housewife. christian lesbian. >ideal income i wanna be a housewife. i'd support my wife in any line of work so long as it isn't sex work. i'd love to adopt a lot of kids and homeschool all of them. >ideal country to live in america, so i could be near my family still >ideal average day wake up with the sunrise, go outside on one of the porches and do some morning devotions. wake wife up at whatever time she needs to get up. get kids up around 8 am. feed eberrybody, have a little wake up time then start school. older ones can work independently, but i'd watch over the younger ones. cook a healthy lunch for eberrybody and then take a little break. about 1 pm resume schoolwork with the kids and aim to finish by 2:30-3. kids then have time to do whatever, hang out, play outside, play video games, go places, do extracurricular etc. during this time i'd either be with them or doing housework or something. then cook dinner, have some family time (hopefully wife is back from work by now), 8pm put the kids to bed and then stay up with the wife a little longer chit-chatting. if there were older kids they'd be welcome to stay downstairs and hang with us a bit longer, but they'd have to go up about 10 pm probably.

QTDDTOT Anonymous 05/27/2020 (Wed) 00:45:34 ID: 32cb9e No.21 [Reply] [Last]
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So, once you enter Jannah, can you visit Jahannam? I want to gloat at the evildoers who did nothing but stepped on others while they were alive. Or is gloating not allowed? That would suck.
Any resources for newly converted muslims? Are drawing and music haram? What are the main differences between sunni and shia? Is being Sufi kufr?
>>79 Salam Alaykum ya akhi. >>95 Only Allah knows what will await the righteous believers in Paradise. There are some verses in the Qur'an which suggest that the people of Jannah and Jahannam can talk to each other (7:44, 7:50, and others). I doubt that you would want to actually go to Jahannam, for whatever reason, once you are in Jannah (or indeed any time ever). Also the people therein are already suffering the perfect punishment by Allah, may He be exalted. >>102 Praise be to Allah for granting you guidance and turning your heart towards His religion! First of all, welcome to Islam. >Any resources for newly converted muslims? The most important pillar of Islam after the Shahada is the Salah (prayer). Here is a guide how to perform it: Read Qur'an online: Read Hadiths online: Find prayer times, nearby mosques, Qibla (the direction of prayer) and more: >Are drawing and music haram?

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How can we get more users here?
>>78 >>112 Not him but wa alaykum asalam.

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Anon 09/16/2020 (Wed) 23:01:13 No.2661 [Reply] [Last]
All glories to Lord Bune, the Duke! I praise his name, Bune! Wehl Melan Avage Bune Tasa
this is inter-site spam posted on over 50 imageboards

Ship thread Anon 07/15/2020 (Wed) 09:58:01 No.2117 [Reply] [Last]
It's a shame that shipposting seems to be frowned upon here, I think ships can certainly be /comfy/.
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boat = comfy you cannot tell me otherwise
People who think boats arent comfy have never been in the ocean without one
>>2651 Have you been on a yacht off-shore in a storm? Berry much the opposite of comfy, trust me.
>>2658 Wood rather be on a yacht off-shore in a storm than off a yacht off-shore in a storm
>>2658 Doesn't sound comfy but sounds exciting

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Tú no puedes aprender el español Student 07/16/2020 (Thu) 05:30:14 ID: 3dc1e8 No.266 [Reply] [Last]
This thread is dedicated to learning the Spanish Language >Resources A lot of these are placeholders until we get some better suited purpose; please suggest any other resources you use or know about. >Flash cards - if you don't already have it, download anki for your flashcards. You can search through user generated, premade decks here, but you can also create your own as you go along a different program >Dictionaries - a multi-use tool for Spanish. Includes a fairly sized dictionary with pronunciation, a conjugation tool for verbs, and grammar lessons with quizes. It also has forums hidden away at - another dictionary that is slightly more expansive. It also has a conjugation tool and forums as well. It has more pronunciation and conjugation information for dialects outside of Castilian and than Spanishdict. - an open source multilingual dictionary. In theory this is a resource for any language, but it is particularly good for learning Spanish. It has a lot of Spanish words, including obscure ones, and offers more information on dialectical differences in vocabulary than anywhere else. It also has a conjugation tool for verbs, and organizes them into conjugation classes well. >Learning resources - Has a payed program, but offers almost everything besides some practice exercises for free on the website. It has a series of pronunciation lessons, grammar lessons, and vocabulary sets. & pages containing detailed but technical descriptions of spanish pronunciation and writing. Not targeted to learners in the slightest, but very informative if you can undestand them. >What we need <More additional comprehensive learning resources, such as textbooks <Reading and listening material

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>>303 How much do you practice listening without subtitles? If you use subtitles you'll just learn to read faster. Find something you can listen to that's about on your level of understanding, preferably something with visual cues as well like a TV show, and make yourself listen to it. Don't use subtitles at all while doing this. Actively listen and try to parse what they're saying; don't let yourself zone out and start listening passively.
>>304 >How much do you practice listening without subtitles? None, I have good understanding of reading Spanish but whenever I listen just am lost no matter how hard I try to listen.
>>305 The four language skills are reading, writing, listening, and speaking, and you would be amazed how little they feed into eachother, that is, how good someone can get at one of them while being terrible at another. You have to incorporate listening practice specifically into your studying if you want to make serious progress with your listening comprehension in a reasonable timeframe.
Are there names for the stems in Spanish like there are in Latin? For example, the normal names in Latin are the Present Stem, Perfect Stem, and Supine Stem. I figure that there very well might not be, because the stems are only distinct when the verb is in some way irregular, and they definitely aren't commonly used in teaching, but I wondered if there were technical terms used for them in academia or something.
Besides the fact that in section 2, it doesn't differentiate between adjectives and determiners, this is a really good source for explaining the placement of adjectives (i.e. before/after the noun):

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InstantIB.LynxChan + Onion: An Imageboard Host Builder Anonymous Board owner 04/30/2020 (Thu) 17:08:36 No.10678 [Reply] [Last]
I'm releasing a modified version of's build and maintenance tooling. It is an Ansible role that turns a CentOS 7 server into a LynxChan 2.3.7 host with an nginx reverse proxy in front to handle HTTPS termination and traffic limiting. It is very configurable and includes variable documentation as well as a tutorial to help those unfamiliar with Ansible get up to speed. It's my hope that this will help Anon spin up new imageboards without having to struggle against many of their software's peculiarities and tedium. I've also added a role that will set up Tor hidden services; it permits either hands-off management of the hidden service private key or storage of the hidden service private key in an encrypted Ansible Vault. InstantIB.LynxChan is at InstantIB.Onion is at The role bundles and builds several pieces of software not available in CentOS repositories (e.g. ExifTool to strip EXIF from images and FFmpeg to generate better thumbnails), may optionally create a special user that can pull remote MongoDB database dumps from elsewhere, ensures that both MongoDB and LynxChan will restart on failure, detects and handles necessary service restarts/reloads, may install and configure the webring/alternate captcha/native image generation addons if desired, supports proper multi-device favicons, provides enhanced TLS security by default, optionally generates strong custom Diffie-Hellman (DH) key-exchange parameters for extra security, allows optional IP range blocking at the network firewall, configures Security-Enhanced Linux to work gracefully with MongoDB, and allows optional use of the notoriously obtuse Sendmail to relay email from LynxChan to an external mail host. If you have some basic GNU/Linux literacy and follow the tutorial then read the documentation carefully, you will be able to use this to spin up and maintain a LynxChan imageboard of your own. You can override and adjust the variables and then re-run your playbook to gracefully detect and adjust only what needs to be adjusted on your server. The role is presently in alpha; although I use it with full confidence on, it is possible that it might not work for some combination of options I've never tried, or I've broken it while adding the latest enhancements for genpop use. I recommend that you try it out thoroughly against a virtual machine before using it on any kind of production instance. Be careful and methodical. Future tutorials will include the Paranoid Admin's Imageboard Hosting Primer, in which I will briefly explain the different privacy and security trade-offs you can make as an imageboard admin for yourself and your users, making payments and taking donations without compromising your identity, understanding how to maintain OPSEC+COMSEC+FINSEC in such a way that a single breach will not be your undoing, how all this might be done in practice, and more. To those who do not have the literacy this tooling assumes and would prefer something a little more intensively hand-holding, more will come. I nevertheless encourage you to muddle your way through with a VM, a CentOS 7 netinst ISO, and a search engine - if nothing else, you will come out knowing a little more than you came in with.
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>>13343 >Why does the site keep going down Do you mean today's downtime? As far as we're aware we haven't been down for months until today, not counting occasional minute-long interruptions when software components automatically restart. >Is it just server maintenance or something else? Hope everything is daijoubu. Something went wrong with the machine our VPS was hosted on. I posted about it at >>13342 after we came back up from the few hours' downtime. That thread is where you should post about this,, rather than here in the InstantIB thread.
>>13345 Had another blip just now, and I've seen around 3 or 4 over the past 24 hours.
>>13585 Same here, I've been having problems.
>>13345 Reporting the same problem. The site would be up all morning, then after a while pages stop loading or refreshing and it comes up as offline, even when using services like Down For Me. What's going on?
I'm having periodic issues too still. It seems to be less than it was

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Anonymous 05/05/2020 (Tue) 22:21:28 ID: 15aa42 No.13 [Reply] [Last]
Any reverts here? I am very interested in Islam and can see myself likely reverting within the near future. For those of you who did revert, how did you find a good mosque, and were they accepting of newcomers? I am a somewhat introverted person, so I am mainly worried that I would feel awkward in such an environment even though I do have a genuine interest. Thanks
come to 8/islam/
>>13 I hope you find the help you need. >>14 That site barely functions, if anything 8/islam/ should come here.
>>15 The BO from 8/islam/ made a board over at 9chan, same community still.
>>15 I'm running an /islam/ board over at if y'all are intrested. Barakallahum feek.

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Canon Contest Legoman 09/05/2020 (Sat) 15:32:13 No.651 [Reply] [Last]
Are you going to vote for uncle-anon, or do you have different strategy?
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You know I don't bother with bonkle fans that much but I happened to see what happened in the last canon contest (the one for Helryx). It's little wonder AFOLs ignore the Bionicle fanbase, and that's because the majority of them are whiny faggots that obsess over a dead toyline. Nothing you hand them will ever be good enough for them, they'll constantly bitch about how it isn't good enough or how Lego should do more to recognise them. Bionicle sales were dipping by 2005 and the franchise was slowly dying. Sure, G2 was mishandled, but that still doesn't explain for the piss poor sales it had or the blinding truth that the early years were simply a craze kids went through before moving onto the next one. Of course Bionicle fans interpret this as proof that everything Lego was doing during this time was flawless and Lego should just copy what they done and redo Bionicle in the current year. In many ways they're like that classic castle/space fan you can find lurking old forums or LUGs that insist that Lego should just re-release multicoloured generic spacemen or blue knights versus red knights ad infinitum. Sorry for the rant OP That is a very nice looking Bionicle MOC though, I feel many bonk MOCs try to mask the technic pieces (in the way some system builders cover everything with tiles to avoid exposed studs) but I personally prefer the more technic approach - it looks suitably mechanical unlike CCBS.
>>653 >Bionicle sales were dipping by 2005 Lego themselves said in their backstage documentary that it was one of the best selling themes, even in 2008.
>>654 I'm not denying that, I was saying that the sales were dipping compared to previous figures. Although I have no real evidence to provide, I suspect this was because the Bionicle craze was over and a chunk of children grew up or moved onto something else. Core fans still stuck around though, which is why bonks still sold well.
>>653 >the early years were simply a craze kids went through before moving onto the next one Well, that has always been the case with LEGO themes. Space went through the same thing, but what really set Bionicle apart was the story they've built for the theme. It wasn't just robot action figures that you could build, they were robot action figures who fought in an intercontinental, interplanetary war to save their god from eternal slumber, who in turn just happened to be a giant walking, talking exploration vessel built by mysterious beings who might just be humans like you and me. It had a gigantic sense of scale that went beyond just the sets, but I won't deny that after ten long years it kind of fizzled out. Toys are being replaced by tablets, and even Star Wars merch, LEGO or not, is collecting dust on shelves nowadays.
>>656 Even Lego seems to have noticed this trend and are desperate to keep kids interested in physical toys with their recent AR gimmicks. If you ask me trying to mix digital games and physical toys is never going to work, how are you supposed to compete against video games and TV rolled into one convenient package?

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QTDDTOT Anonymous 06/20/2020 (Sat) 19:53:11 No.85 [Reply] [Last]
Obviously people will have questions, so we should have answers for them. Can someone quickly summarize the main points of le Trashman's book on why God isn't real?
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>>183 The problem with every translation of the Bible is that you have to come at it with a *huge* amount of background for a lot of the things in it, specifically in the Old Testament. I'm not familiar with the bit about Aaron's son. Forcibly circumcising is probably because circumcision was a symbol of the Covenant God made between Himself and Abraham. It's more of a symbolic thing and a way to set apart those who followed him; and a way to do the same to those who were absorbed or joined the Israelites. Samson and the Judges were generally operating in a lawless time. The enemies of Israel did very terrible things, and waged war on them, and the Judges like Samson essentially served as guides to the people, and frontline generals or empowered warriors to break the back of their oppressors. Same as with Gideon (except Samson's fall is more obvious to see). Ezekiel's trials and that of the other prophets were intended to be a visual sign to Israel; by the time they had come around the nation was well into its later years, they'd adopted kings and were progressively abandoning the Covenant that had first set them apart. All the crazy things they did were to try to prove a point to the rest of the Israelites; "Stop and turn back, do not continue down this path". A lot of stuff in the OT (like "destroy them utterly") were apocryphal/statements the Jewish people culturally used. "Destroy utterly and give over to God" typically meant to wipe out the culture and gods of the other nations who were attacking Israel, so the Israelites wouldn't become pagans.
>>183 Cont'd. One thing to remember is that while God meets people where they are, and meeting the Jews is a lot different than how He meets people today (for the most part). The part about the Israelites not having free will is complicated; their entire nation existed because He had led them out of slavery, and established them as a nation as part of his promise to Abraham. The Israel nation was supposed to be a kingdom of priests, special among the nations because they were (for their time) a much better example and far less heinous than the paganist nations around them. When the Israelites first asked for a king, it was against the covenant because God was supposed to take that role. But He allowed a king, with strict regulations (such as them not having a standing army or hoarding wealth, or abusing the populace). Every king, even the better ones of Israel, broke these rules. When the Israelites embraced their earthly kings and abandoned God, He didn't destroy them, He simply stopped shielding them as He had before. The nation of Israel under God was a holy kingdom of priests who would spread His word and be unique among the nations. But without the covenant....they were just an average Ancient East empire. One that was prone to being conquered like any of their neighbors.

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>>183 Leviticus 10:1–2 shares this sobering account, stating, “Aaron's sons Nadab and Abihu took their censers, put fire in them and added incense; and they offered unauthorized fire before the LORD, contrary to his command. So fire came out from the presence of the LORD and consumed them, and they died before the LORD.” You mentioned Aaron's son before. One thing specifically to note about the OT is the way God interacts with the people of Israel. In the OT, God's interaction with the Israelites , or one of the ways He interacted, was through the Ark and the Temple. We don't have a modern day equivalent to that (praying and being in the presence of God isn't quite the same deal as the Ark). When people in the OT, whether it be Aaron's son, Uzziah, or the Caananites, disrespect the Altar of God, they not only interact with the presence of God on earth, they do so in a way that spits in His face in a way that doesn't really correlate to a 21st century mindset. They're not just dishonoring him, they were doing so in a way they ought to know not to. It would be like an astronaut studying the sun from a ship, flying too close because he's scornful of the idea that it might hurt him. R/atheism or any amount of pagans nowadays who might mock or disrespect God or the idea of God, have absolutely nothing on this. It's simply a matter of interacting wrongly with a manifestation of the presence of God that had fatal consequences. We can't interact with the pure Presence as mortal humans; because of Jesus we're saved but until we're transfigured at the end we still would need His direct protection not to burn up, if we got to stand in a direct manifestation of the same magnitude as the Ark.
>>183 Aside from the text walls, know it's ok to doubt, and that the Bible is actually a really hard text to parse fully. As far as resources for it go, try looking into the Bible Project on youtube (they're a good preliminary source), and that might help. They recommend other sources themselves. Most of all, pray. The God who parted the seas and healed countless people still lives today. And I believe He can answer your questions as well as any human can. Or better. It's probably better. Comes with the "omniscient" territory.
>>219 >>218 >>217 >>216 >>183 Stop worshiping Ialdabaoth

zzzchan Anonymous 08/18/2020 (Tue) 11:47:27 No.2179 [Reply] [Last]
>type url >hello please wait 5 seconds >oops look like it's broken, reload >hello please wait 5 seconds again >now do this captcha as well >oops fail to load again, reload site >try to make a post >please do a captcha please >send you indecipherable mess >nigger dick spamming >do nothing for an hour Genius at work. Site will be dead in 2 weeks.
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>>2179 Is spaghetti nigger on zzzchan?
>>2179 It's been a while but i don't wanna make a thread,where did everyone on zchan go?
>>2321 Seems most of them went to
Site's been down for hours now. I guess Sturg is updating the site?
>>2320 As far as everyone is concerned, he's BO of /v/ and global mod as well judging by the fact he posted with the global staff cap once.

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zzzchan technical difficulties Anonymous 09/08/2020 (Tue) 18:15:17 No.2394 [Reply] [Last]
sturgeon here, somethings gone wrong with the proxy server. It's intermittent now and I'll be keeping an eye on it while I try and find the cause of the issue. I've also made a minds account : I'll be posting on minds once they get around to sending my confirmation email.
>>2394 It looks like it's the proxy server's host fucking up how ipv6 is handled. This might not even be my fault. I'm going to be switching away from the current host.
>>2395 Site is up, turns out it wasn't my fault this time.

/shelter/ General #1: Digging In Edition Anonymous Board owner 05/04/2020 (Mon) 09:18:51 No.5 [Reply] [Last]
This is /shelter/ General, a thread for all your general emergency sheltering needs. Use this thread for anything that you don’t feel needs a full thread, as a hub thread to direct incoming anons, and as a discussion thread for any matters affecting the webring as a whole. Please remain calm; keep panic and argument to a minimum here. If you want to yell at each other then do it in a site-specific, board-specific, or other specific thread. If you’re hitting this thread during an event then please be welcome. Everything will be all right.
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>>2400 Vlad couldn't handle the Penny lewds again.
hello /shelter/, how is your day going?
>>2422 Fine up until PLW vanished ten minutes ago.
>>2433 Hope the scanlation threads were archived sometime recently.
>>2435 It's up

Anonymous 04/14/2020 (Tue) 15:41:44 No.170 [Reply] [Last]
I just woke up and smug is down. If anyone survived the bombs falling, has it been down long?
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>>178 I hope it's just paranoia. If not, we better start moving to onion, i2p or zeronet sites.
>>183 Thanks for the concern-trolling friend. We'll stay put for now, m'kay?
Are there any around? Do you ever wish you were born in another country or culture? Do you mind the country?
>>184 Every single poster isn't trying to harm you, you know.

JewTube Rational Skeptics Thread #10 - Escape from Julay Edition Anonymous 09/01/2020 (Tue) 23:41:56 No.2203 [Reply] [Last]
INTERNET BLOODSPORTS SEMI-PERMANENT MEGATHREAD! LET THE BODIES HIT THE FLOOR! Alternate names include Jewtube™ Rationalist™ Skeptic™ Thread™ #∞ Internet Bloodsports Megathread We've had about a gajillion "Jewtube Skeptic Thread #9" threads at this point that all appear and disappear at the speed of light and nobody really gives a shit about delicately archiving the posts in them or anything, and they're beginning to clutter up the board pretty bad, so this is a compromise everyone can be happy with for the time being. Discuss all things "Internet Bloodsports" that don't necessitate their own thread here. Krautgate, skeptic drama, all the shit that fall under that umbrella. Links, Information and Lore: Full Timeline (Backup from April 2nd 2018) Archived Threads: (Backup from April 2nd 2018)
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>>2319 So are you Dolphinigger or Weasel?
>>2318 >The CP that still showed up Which ones? the little girls in light clothes posing around were allowed by tengu because they technically didn't break any rules, hence why he fired the only jannie left on the spot for doing so.
>>2326 When did i imply that was a good thing?
>>2204 Thanks for the info. I've been out of the loop for the last week or longer.

Anon 07/22/2020 (Wed) 07:27:18 No.2258 [Reply] [Last]
is toohoo comfefe?
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>>2294 I know, I dedicate at least an hour a day to getting gooder, I will eventually.
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>>2297 Yes. >>2298 You must first accept the true and bestest touhou gril >>2300 Resistence is futile as you can only get gooder
PEAK comfy. Hidden world, lost technology, nature and nicegirls.
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>>2315 Yes. 2D grills fighting each other is berry comfy
>>2258 >A forgotten place. >Peaceful days. >Potential for fun. Yes, it is. I wood like to go there someday.

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/otter/ for the Infinity Cup 2020! Anonymous 12/05/2019 (Thu) 21:44:53 No.339 [Reply] [Last]
Hey /otter/ lovers,
We are currently streaming the group phase of the current year's 8chanCup (or as it's more properly known as the Infinity Cup) but due to the exodus and 8ch hiccups we've lost a few teams whose boards never really recovered.
Because of that, we thought it could be great if you guys could join us with a team of your own and participate in the next iteration of the cup, if you feel like it.
All you need to do is create a wiki entry of your own team over at (use the layout of other teams as a preset), coming up with members/players that represent your board's culture and in-jokes, create a proper emblem and jersey combo and optionally choose strategies, skills and exportable 3d models using the rules set up at and we'll make sure to consider your application for the future pot.

I should mention that we would also really appreciate if you came over to our cup's stream at to spectate what the cup's really all about and to propose your own ideas to make it even better.
See you on the field!
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Bank2bank: No, no-one reads that section. :(
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>>1372 No it didn't, it was pretty bad. I think the problem was simply that we lacked the numbers on the offense and didn't press enough on the defense. >>1374 Is there a setting to increase the IQ of players somehow? Those galaxy-brain moments of our attackers not shooting at the goal while they were in the clear, and missing when they do, is probably what cost us the cup.
The Counter Target tactic should be turned off at least for the attacking midfielder, we can't have two players just standing around and doing nothing while the game happens around them.
>>1374 Shortlist of player style changes I'd make, add cards accordingly: CF: Goal Poacher (leave as is) AMF: Classic No. 10 >AMF should look for space for good passing opportunities to the CF, LMF or RMF rather than running to the box himself >must be very good at passing LMF, RMF: Hole Player >Make them cut in the center to let fullbacks come forward >must be good at running DMF: 1 Destroyer, 1 Anchor Man >The double pivot: the heart and soul of the 4-2-3-1, the launchpad of chances and protectors of the backline >must be good at stealing the ball from opponents and good at 1v1 fights LB, RB: Offensive Fullback

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>>1358 Next time.

Linguistics books thread Student 08/25/2020 (Tue) 11:08:27 ID: 998b36 No.328 [Reply] [Last]
Place to discuss books dedicated to the science and art behind linguistics. Books to get started: >The Language Instinct (Pinker) >Symbolic Species (Deacon) >Lost Languages (Robinson) >An Introduction To Language (Fromkin, Rodman, Hyams) Feel free to ask for recommendations or leave suggestions.
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>>340 >Being a one-language pony Badetic
>speaking Japanese makes you a weeb I bet you're more of a weeb than I am.
>>338 I own that book, seconding your recommendation
>>340 kek. where do you think you are, newfriend?
Any good ones for German by chance?

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Anki Thread Student 07/17/2020 (Fri) 08:24:58 ID: 67adca No.271 [Reply] [Last]
This thread is dedicated to the use and discussion of Anki for learning languages. >He doesn't study vocabulary using Anki What's the matter anon? afraid of making progress? >What is Anki The best digital flashcard program; both the most effective for memorization and the most powerful/customizable. It's also free, open source, and multiplatform, with versions available on Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS, and online, with optional synchronization between multiple platforms. >How to get started Download Anki here: You can read Anki's documentation here: You can search for decks shared by other users by clicking the "Get Shared" button in Anki, or by going here: You can further customize your experience by looking through user-generated add-ons here: >Examples of things to do ITT >Ask questions about using Anki, styling cards, adjusting settings, etc. >Post or request decks from other anons >Talk about how you use Anki and what you use it for
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How to edit the css of typed answers For the longest time I could only get these to partially work, and I didn't get much help online, but I just figured it out, so I'm posting it here. >Edit the typing field itself you have to use the style #typeans{} (not code#typeans{}, which changes the answer checking. Every line of the style has to be marked !important, or the changes on that line will not show up (the note editor will show the changes, but they will not show up when you return to the actual cards). Example: [code] #typeans{ font-family: "Yu Mincho Gothic" !important; font-size: 25px !important; } [/code] >changing the checked answers To change (all parts of) the checked answer, use the style code#typeans{}. If you have also changed the #typeans{} style already, every change you make in code#typeans{} that conflicts with #typeans{} must be marked !important, or it will be overridden. Example (for using both) [code] #typeans{ font-family: "Yu Mincho Gothic" !important;

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>>277 You can automate both audio and video by scraping the data. It still requires active recall, you just quiz yourself on the note in multiple directions. Given the image, what is the word in your language. Given the audio, how do you spell it. Given the word, what does it mean? (image on back). Then it's just yes/no and you can rip through thousands of words at lightning speed. This is power user stuff, but even if you can't code you can often find shared decks that already come with images and audio you're golden as long as you set up the cards properly. It works really well with verbs and concrete nouns, less well but still OK with adjectives, and not so well with adverbs. But you can pull example sentences to go with those too to give you a bit of mnemonic information. Don't get my wrong typing words can give you some real benefit, it's just not the most efficient way if you are talking about memorizing 10 thousand+ words, especially if you're doing multiple languages. My opinion of course. PDF unrelated.
>>271 best anki deck for katakana?
>>364 I don't think kana are numerous or complicated enough for individual decks to make much of a difference. Really, the only thing that would matter is the ammount of information. You'd probably be fine with a plain deck that just shows the kana on one side and a romanization on the other, but if you can find ones that show stroke order, have audio, show multiple romanizations, &c., they would be better. I didn't use Anki for kana, so I can't personally attest to any particular deck, but here's one that might work. Ask in JLTs on other boards for more suggestions if that one doesn't work; most of them will have one somewhere in their resources listed in the OP.

Anonymous 08/28/2020 (Fri) 16:03:04 No.197 [Reply] [Last]
Imagine being a christcuck, LMAO
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>>198 >being so insecure in your beliefs you have to constantly shitpost cuckchan garbage on a dead Christian board Does it bother you inside that Kyle, a Christian, killed more Jews than any pagan or fascist you consider "based"?
>>203 Kyle was not a Christian: >You have heard that it was said, 'An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth.' But I tell you, do not resist an evil person. If someone strikes you on the right cheek, turn to him the other also. (Matt. 5:38-39) >Put your sword back in its place… for all who draw the sword will die by the sword. (Matt. 26:52) >Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God. (Matt. 5:9) He should have put down his gun and not resisted, loved these rioters, prayed for them, and allow them to ravage his corpse. Praise Yahweh
>>204 >not knowing turning the other cheek in those times meant outright assault punishable by law, making that verse's meaning not what you think >Luke 22:36-38 He said to them, “But now if you have a purse, take it, and also a bag; and if you don’t have a sword, sell your cloak and buy one. 37 It is written: ‘And he was numbered with the transgressors’[a]; and I tell you that this must be fulfilled in me. Yes, what is written about me is reaching its fulfillment.” >Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God. (Matt. 5:9) If he had done nothing, that wouldn't be making peace but condoning violence. Slaying people trying to kill you is not prohibited. None of which matters, since you don't believe the verses you quote anyway, only in vague pagan traditions that were conquered long ago by the very christcucks you hate. I hope you repent someday.
>>205 >If he had done nothing, that wouldn't be making peace but condoning violence Resist not evil.
>>206 >quoting earlier verse makes later verses irrelevant

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Getting more people on Anonymous 02/26/2020 (Wed) 14:36:33 No.10445 [Reply] [Last]
>20 unique users have posted in the past 24 hours. Seriously, this place needs some more users. It's painfully slow. Other major sites on the webring get several hundred easily. What can we do about this? We have the boards. We have the content. What are we missing?
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>>13575 >>13576 Yeah. From what I've gathered, a /cow/ user made a popular thread here because alog/julay has serious moderation issues which now turned into deleting any post about certain people or asking why these posts are deleted. Dramafags followed them and shat the place up for a day before losing interest. I think /film/ moved here permanently due to the moderation shitshow but those anons seem chill. My fears are gone, that blue cat can in the cafe can smile again.
>>13577 >/film/ moved here permanently Party time now
>>13577 No, it was because koigoons refused to listen and put their useless essays in the guntstream thread. Read the ban logs, you retard.
So was Julay always shit and it just became more noticeable later or did something happen to it?
>>13580 Wasn't always like this, some bad agents appeared in the staff (or removed their masks) and shit happened. In my opinion it was more around a decent group of anons in a site with some overly lenient BOs and careless administration; everything went good because no pressure happened but when things like subversive staffers (shitposters with a badge) bailing janitors (due to staff's irregular rulings) raid-tier dumbfag migrations (mark /v/, kiwis) and technical problems happened everything went to the gutter because they simply didn't know how to deal with it and had no consistency between their own ideologies. When they took proper measures it was way too late and they still have that paranoid behavior even when the site is almost vacated, there's nobody to inspect upon other than the few who stuck by your side.

Anonymous 09/18/2019 (Wed) 13:43:28 No.101 [Reply] [Last]
>A classified CIA document about otters.
What sort of secret MKUltra experiments were done using otters?
Are otters involved in any deep state conspiracies?
Is /otter/ operated by glowniggers?
What's their endgame?
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Even the most secret organization can't unlock the secrets of the otter.
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>>323 Nothing to see here, citizen.
>>101 >Can survive water hotter than human would care to bathe in How could they know this, except by throwing otters into hot water to see what would happen? Fucking glowniggers.
>>1363 I've been trying to find any other research on the water temperatures otters like, but I couldn't find anything yet. So I guess they did in fact test this themselves. Or maybe they just observed it in nature.
>>1363 >>1364 You could make the otter cross hot water to get a fish or something - or not, if it's too hot. This will also be more useful, since (presumably) you expect a trained otter to do something in hot water of its own volition.

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Student 05/06/2020 (Wed) 20:21:48 ID: 77fa21 No.197 [Reply] [Last]
Hey linguistic brothers, We're announcing a revamped Infinity Cup this year! Come join us over at and make your own team!
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Infinity Cup 6 is now complete! Congratulations to /fascist/ who join the ranks of champions as they defeated /bane/ 2-1 in the Final! In an unprecedented turn of events, the Golden Boot will be shared by not 2, but 3 players: Alfred Legosen (/lego/), Ammit (/monster/), and Cuckquean-tan (/cuckquean/). Each player scored 6 goals officially through the Cup, fitting, giving it was the 6th edition. Thank you to every anon who chipped in throughout the Cup, and thank you especially to all the anons who took the time to tune in. We'll see you for ICUP 7!
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I came up with a new logo and a new strategy >>>/icup/1650
>>350 Lookin' good!
>>350 I really like that logo. What's our new strategy? I didn't think our was a bad one, we got a game in, didn't we?
>>360 Our new strategy is the opposite of the old one. We did win one game narrowly, but honestly it wasn't good enough.

Anonymous 05/11/2020 (Mon) 21:46:15 No.60 [Reply] [Last]
Oh, Poetic Friends, Come join us at for the Infinity Cup, if you so desire!
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You know that you're the only one who's been destroying all the fun Look what happened when you were dreaming Then punch yourself in the face
>>61 We could do that, especially since we don't really have any memes or anything here. We've already got threads on Saadi, Rumi and Robert Burns and Hitler. What are some other notable poets? Yeats, Goethe, Seuss, Poe? Maybe some classical ones like Homer? >>62 I think it could still be fun to make our own team. And if this place doesn't get attention, then who's gonna post their poetry here?
>>111 Does he count as a poet? Additionally, you could probably use the characters or beings of famous poems as teammates too, like Beowulf or the Jabberwocky.
>>111 >>112 Oh, and this might make a good goalhorn:
soul: kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk soulless: lol cringe: jajajajajajaja

/comfy/ movie night? Anon 05/08/2020 (Fri) 17:45:48 No.807 [Reply] [Last]
What would you lads think about setting up a nice weekly movie/anime/whatever stream to get comfy together? I think it could be lots of fun and we could spend some nice time together.
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Tell me when. I'll be there bro.
>>807 How was the turn out? Any plans to do it again? I wood be interested.
>>1878 >How was the turn out? Nobody came >Any plans to do it again? No
>>1879 I'm sorry anon, outside of one thread on this board i've never explored any of the other threads until today. Literally my entire time in cafe has been in that thread alone. If I see something like that again, i'd be more than happy to join.
requesting yuru camp

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Lego Vidya Legoman 02/08/2020 (Sat) 10:22:20 No.267 [Reply] [Last]
How many have you played, if any? Generally speaking I'm quite sour with TT after the unfinished mess that was the Hobbit game. Correct me if I'm wrong, but didn't they have a day-one DLC for that one? What sad times we must be living in where even Lego is not safe from the ravages of the modern video game market.
Anyway, holy shit do I wish they would do my ideas for Lego games, which they have done a bit of in LotR and Clone Wars. I also want to see Legos torture and murder each other, and I DO NOT want them speaking anything comprehensible. I want to crucify Lego dissidents for the glory of my Lego empire. I want to massacre entire cultures that happened to be in my way. Kids would eat that shit up because kids like edge, and parents generally don't give a fuck anymore what their children play. How would an E/E10+ FPS fair, do you think? Lego Sims-clone?
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>>267 I'd like to believe that I've played all of them up to 2011 (I've missed some long gone flash games), most of the TT games are mediocre aside from three standout titles, namely Lego Star Wars: The Video Game, Lego Harry Potter: Years 1–4 and Lego City Undercover. Lego Star Wars: The Video Game perfected the TT formula and Lego Harry Potter was enjoyable with its novel character gimmicks and well polished levels. Lego City Undercover tried something VERY new by being lego GTA. Unfortunately it has voice acting on all the characters, but is enjoyable nonetheless. The closest thing to violence and murder in a Lego game would be Lego Battles and its Ninjago themed sequel, Lego Battles: Ninjago. No gore, just minifig's arms and legs flying off if memory serves. A serviceable if simple RTS. My Favorite always has and always will be MNOG.
>>581 >I'd like to believe that I've played all of them up to 2011 Impressive. What flash games are you missing? I have loads downloaded and would share them here if you want. >Lego Star Wars: The Video Game perfected the TT formula I replayed the complete saga not so long ago and I was shocked at how badly it had held up. It wasn't as fun or as good looking as I remembered, while other videogames of the time had aged nicely. It's very barebones, along with the other copied and pasted TT games like Indiana Jones and Batman. Indiana Jones 2 and Harry Potter pushed it further forward in that they added new features, but I haven't completed them yet. They are really enjoyable so far. LOTR is almost like a completely different formula and I don't know what to make of it. Some new features are nice, but others feel like they were added just to bloat the game a bit. Battles is surprisingly fun and addictive. I didn't enjoy the very similar Warcraft: Orcs & Humans but the more streamlined Battles allows for quick and fast-paced levels. I'll have to remember to come back to this and decompile the .nds file so I can get that sweet concept art unlockables out of it. is a good place to find older games. Just select which system you want and ctrl+f lego.
>>582 I'm missing the majority of non Bionicle flash games, like Exo-Force, Lego City and Creator. If you have any of the Mars Mission games, they would be greatly appreciated. >I replayed the complete saga not so long ago and I was shocked at how badly it had held up. Playing the complete saga was the problem here. It opens with some of the worst levels on offer and one of the worst hubs (in my opinion). Do yourself a favor and play through the video game, rather than the complete saga. It's far more entertaining.
Only played the first Bionicle flash game, an Alpha Team flash (I think), and the Star Wars prequel trilogy on the Gamecube. Granted, when it comes to the latter, I really don't like Star Wars as a series anymore; haven't in years. But I always thought that the force mechanic as a concept perfectly integrated with the deconstruction/reconstruction aspect, in a way that the premise for most later licensed Lego games never quite struck me as doing. While I know not every character could use it, I think the "mind over matter" part, that the character had a vision of exactly how they wanted it to look and didn't even have to touch the bricks to implement it, was the key factor. >>582 >My Favorite always has and always will be MNOG. It wasn't much of a "game" (well, any more than most point and click adventures, anyhow), but it did a great job not only helping to build up a world behind the actual sets of the time, but also letting the player feel involved in it. Heard the second flash was a complete mess, which strikes me as a shame.
listing only the full-on games and not all the flash on >lego star wars I and II pretty good, played them to death though, don't think I will ever do it again >lego harry potter 1-4 and 5-7 it's okay, don't remember much about it but it's alright >lego star wars clone wars not my cup of tea but I see why people like it >lego pirates of the caribbean played like two levels at my cousin's house, seemed fun >lego creator knights' kingdom bought it as a kid thinking it would be a fun lego castle game but it turned out to be just a lame ass program for setting up "scenes". I think I cried. >lego racers my absolute favourite(though I might be nostalgiafagging since it was one of my first games ever). Still play through it every couple of months(it takes like an afternoon). great soundtrack, great classic themes, great pace. only problems are 10IQ opponents and weird car handling

Comfy Wallpapers Anon 09/01/2020 (Tue) 13:05:54 No.2522 [Reply] [Last]
Post comfy wallpapers, looking at the same screen eberry day can be tiresome.
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Anonymous 09/19/2019 (Thu) 11:24:06 No.111 [Reply] [Last]
Post some good otter reaction pix.
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>>1233 why is that otter being holded? let him go
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Qur’an and Context Anonymous 08/31/2020 (Mon) 05:10:10 ID: aa1e69 No.103 [Reply] [Last]
I’m not a Muslim, but I have been exploring Islam over the last few months with another non-Muslim friend of mine, and on the topic of the Qur’an, my friend has said that he finds it hard to believe that something like the Qur’an was intended to be a scripture of universal application given the fact that what happens is so contextually linked and that you basically need to read tafsir half the time to understand what a certain verse is actually in reference too (for example with “kill them where you find them...”). Basically his criticism is that you’d expect it to have more clarity and not so tightly tied into context to such an extent that you can’t even tell half the time they’re talking about something that happened after Mecca was retaken, or whether this happened after the battle of Badr, etc. I find this very strange about the Qur’an as well, and am curious why it is like this, and how it can be properly understood by many Muslims who have no access to the tafsir. I’m not here to really argue against the Qur’an, I’m mainly curious to here an explanation for this
>>103 Alhamdulillah. You've asked a very good question. May Allah grant you and your friend guidance and insight into our religion. The Qur'an is indeed a universal message for all of mankind until the Day of Judgment. That is why Allah has made its message clear and easy to understand. Allah says: > And We have certainly made the Qur'an easy for remembrance, so is there any who will remember? [al-Qamar 17] >(...) And We have sent down to you the Book as clarification for all things and as guidance and mercy and good tidings for the Muslims. [an-Nahl 89] Still, we find that some parts of the Qur'an can be more difficult to grasp, such as when the Qur'an sometimes addresses Muhammad ﷺ or his companions directly, regarding certain historical events. This however does not mean that the message is limited only to them, rather Allah makes use of even these situations to grant lessons to all of humanity. Scholars have written different explanations (tafseer) of the Qur'an over time. Of course, this begs the question, why do we need Tafseer if the Qur'an is already supposed to be clear and understandable? Indeed Tafseer is necessary to fully understand the meanings of the Qur'an. Not everyone can be a scholar - the average reader who doesn't know the context of certain verses or what exactly they refer to, or may not even know the Arabic language, will have a hard time benefitting from it in the same way as somebody who is well versed in these matters. Iyaas ibn Muawiyah said: "The example of a people who recite the Quran and do not know its explanation is like a group of people who have a written message from their king that comes to them during the night, and they do not have a lamp. Therefore they do not know what is in the message.The example of one who knows tafseer is like a person who comes to them with a lamp and reads to them what is in the message." The Qur'an itself was not brought as a standalone message, but rather it was given to the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ who recited it to the people around him bit by bit. When they had a question concerning the faith, they would come and ask him directly, and he would explain it to them. Today we find these explanations within the Ahadith which have been preserved. The Ahadith of the Prophet ﷺ (Sunnah) are indeed the best Tafseer of the Qur'an, as the Prophet ﷺ had the greatest amount of knowledge regarding the message of the Qur'an among all men. Most works of tafseer written by scholars are therefore based upon the Ahadith from the Prophet ﷺ and his companions. Hence the Qur'an stresses the importance of following God and His Messenger, and therefore Muslims follow both the Qur'an and the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ.

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>>104 Thank you for the answer, anon. That seems to make a lot of sense to me. You are right that the Qur'an says to follow the example of the Prophet. I had not thought of that. I don't mean to totally divert the topic of the thread of pepper you with questions that might be better for the QTDDTOT, but since you seem knowledgeable, I do have one more question, less about the Qur'an itself, and more about Jesus as he is discussed in the Qur'an. In particular this verse: (4:157) >That they said (in boast), "We killed the Messiah Jesus the son of Mary, the Messenger of Allah'; but they killed him not, nor crucified him, but so it was made to appear to them, and those who differ therein are full of doubts, with no (certain) knowledge, but only conjecture to follow, for of a surety they killed him not. Why would Allah do this, and leave the followers of Jesus unsure of what had really happened to him? Did they see him crucified but think that he died? It is quite strange to me that God would leave them in the dark until Muhammad's prophethood nearly 600 years later while all of these apparent innovations gradually crept in like the Trinity, or is the onus of them going astray totally on those who became Christians?

Anonymous 04/24/2020 (Fri) 12:23:21 No.1 [Reply] [Last]
In the name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. Welcome to the /islam/ board on This is a board for Muslims to talk, to discuss religious matters and to enjoy each other's company. Please stay polite and use common sense when making posts. You can discuss moderation, make suggestions, banners, etc. in this thread.
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>>44 It could be false flags of course.
>>63 epic troll good sir
>>72 I guess he thinks this upsets us or something. It's pretty pathetic.
>>105 >Confess your sins Don't do it, brother. It was narrated that Saalim ibn ‘Abd-Allah said: I heard Abu Huraira say: I heard the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings be upon him) said: “All of my ummah will be fine except for those who commit sin openly. Part of committing sin openly is when a man does something at night and Allah conceals it, but in the morning he says, ‘O So-and-so, last night I did such and such.’ His Lord had covered his sin all night, but in the morning he removed the cover of Allah.” (al-Bukhari, 5721; Muslim, 2990)

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