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 No.2004[Reply]

Do you have bugs in Ukraine?
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 No.2025

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 No.2026

>>2004
Oh, we do. I had a specific bug yesterday, spent the whole day fixing it.

 No.2027

>>2026
Deimos, is that you?

 No.2030

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You asked Ukraine but as this is int I will reply anyway

yes, there are
the glasswing butterfly is fasinating imo

 No.2031

>>2027
Phobos



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 No.1495[Reply]

Today is the 7th of October, which means that Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin has a birthday.
I think it is necessary to celebrate this event with the right music. To your attention, based on folk motives, our congratulations to Blyadimir Plutin.

La-la-la-la-la, Khuilo, la-la-la-la-la.
You can express your wishes and congratulations in this thread.
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 No.1508

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 No.1514

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Ryazan region, Russia. ' In honor of Khuilo's birthday, an ammunition depot explodes. Good, isn't it?

La-la-la-la-la...

 No.1857

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 No.1999

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 No.508[Reply]

Does this board like unsolved cases/mysterious disappearances/dead-end murders, and anomalous phenomena?
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 No.512

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Asha Degree's disappearance:
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>on the morning of Feb. 15, 2000, the parents of Asha Degree (9), found that she was not in her room, nor anywhere in the house to be found
>Asha Degree shared a room with her brother; however, he did not have any recollection of what happened that night that could give a lead to his sister's fate - he only recalled both him and her had gone to bed at around the same time
>she was last seen by her parents at 2:30 at night, claiming they had seen her asleep before going to bed themselves
>witnesses reported seeing a girl matching Asha Degree's description walking alone on the highway at around 4 in the morning
>3 days later, the girl's hair bow and some of her school supplies were found about 1 mile away from her home
>there were no more clues until a year and a half later, when her book bag (containing books and other items of hers that were not disclosed) was discovered in a toolshed miles in the opposite direction where her previous belongings had been found - wrapped in plastic - about 26 miles away from her home
>also found were a pair of men's khaki pants and the skeletal remains of an animal: they were taken away fro forensic analysis, although the results were never revealed (perhaps nothing notable or relevant?)
>the authorities were never able to establish a list of suspects, and the case was never solved; Asha Degree was never found, but is presumed dead

This case has had a bunch of really odd developments. In 2018, the police disclosed some of the contents that had been found in her bag: a Dr. Seuss book, and a New Kids on the Block shirt(size not revealed). The police claimed information about these items is "crucial" to the case, and appealed for any public information regarding them.

This is only a Reddit rumor, but I recall seeing someone state that the toolshed where she was found had previously been at a once-popular swim-hole (that had dried up a long time ago). I just thought it was odd that the Seuss book found in her backpack was named 'McElligots' Pool'.

 No.514

>>511
Who ordered the murder of Gongadze?

 No.515

>>514
Fucking Kutchma.

 No.1990

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Post interesting unsolved crimes from your cunts, Bezosibnys. Or at least ones you know about.

 No.1998

>>1990
I was asking but I found close to nothing
but I remeber the "Caso Colmenares"
A guy was in a Halloween party 2011, the last thing his friends remember was him running away towards a park and falling into the channel
but he was found dead with severe injures, as if he was beaten to death. a lot of suspects but nothing sure
it was in Bogota

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



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 No.1978[Reply]

Aliens won't help you. For they are food too. The Great Ancient Sleeper awakens. A chthonic Deity that has been sleeping for millions of years.
He will change the laws of being. After waking up. That is, the laws of physics will be distorted. Therefore, all civilizations of the universe will fall.
Antarctica is already melting. It is impossible to stop the awakening.

British researchers from the international project "PolarGAP" conducted a radar scan of Antarctica and found a powerful source of radiation under the ice shell 3-4 km thick. It slowly heats up the ice, which speeds up the melting process. But what will happen when this "nuclear reactor" is on the surface?

Moreover, in addition to the radioactive heat source, there are 90 more volcanoes on this continent - including the permanently active Erebus. Their awakening also threatens a cataclysm on a global scale.

In 2019, an iceberg the size of St. Petersburg broke away from Antarctica, and in 2017 - a monstrous piece of ice three times as large. This is the result of the melting of the ice sheet from below - possibly due to the presence of a radioactive source.

The volcanological and radioactive versions of the melting of eternal ice at the South Pole of the planet, which threaten humanity with a whole bunch of eschatological problems, are enjoying increasing support in the scientific world. In this regard, the renowned glaciologist David Bingham writes: “The number of known volcanoes in Antarctica has almost tripled. This region may have the largest concentration of volcanoes in the world. "

Mysterious non-freezing lake

Undoubtedly, one of the most mysterious objects of the icy continent is the non-freezing Lake Vostok located at a depth of 3.769 m under the ice, which is currently being studied by Russian scientists. The fact is that this lens of water is located directly under the eponymous Russian scientific station "Vostok", not far from the South magnetic pole of our planet.
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 No.1979

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 No.1981

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>Aliens won't help you

Lies, aliens are hot and attractive beings, and they will take a chosen few of us to be our husbandos.

 No.1982

>>1981
h- hot

alien-human alliance NOW

 No.1983

>>1982
Luckily for us, these aliens have already made First Contact with Ukraine. I am sure the friendly resident Bezos will be glad to hook us up with them.



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 No.1955[Reply]

I was watching cooking vids on YouTube and came across one on making arepas. While I knew about them, I never realized how good they looked, stuffed with all those fillings like chicken salad or flank steak or beans n shiet.

Venezuela-kun, do you eat them regularly? Are they good, even when plain? Also, what's the name of that apparently green chicken salad that seems to be a popular filling in the Venezuela?

 No.1956

>>1955
>Venezuela-kun
Hi ^^
>do you eat them regularly?
every day (for breakfast, and sometimes for dinner too)
>Are they good,
meh
>even when plain?
if they are as pic related, no (not bad, but tasteless)
>what's the name of that apparently green chicken salad that seems to be a popular filling in the Venezuela?
Maybe Caracas stuff, not so common here

 No.1957

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>>1956
What is your favorite filling for them?

 No.1958

>>1955
>>1956
It's seems that filling is called "Reina pepiada"
Yes, very popular, I've heard about it many times, but I've never seen one

 No.1959

>>1957
tomato, onion, and avocado or tuna
but I usually eat them plain, in pieces, in the consommé

 No.1963

>>1958
Thanks for that info!

>>1959
>tuna

Sounds good.



 No.1960[Reply]

It's a pity that where I live, there is no cinema to watch this wonderful (as I suppose) movie.

 No.1961

>>1960
>those numbers for Ukrainian hockey champions
really impressive

 No.1962

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You will never go to the movies with your Bezosibny friends



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 No.1865[Reply]

I like trains.
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 No.1880

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>>1874
It seems to be just a joke based on a national stereotype.

 No.1881

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 No.1882

>>1880
your pic is cringe

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 No.1938[Reply]

Does your grandmother play Counter-Strike?

https://bigkyiv.com.ua/61-richna-pensionerka-z-kyyeva-peremogla-u-turniri-z-counter-strike/

She is not my grandmother
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 No.1946

>>1945
Apparently, she killed the most enemies, lol.

 No.1947

Venezuela-kun, friend, I see that you have begun to master the "battle pictures" that you probably brought from KC, but here they are inappropriate.

It is better to use them against the Muscovites, rather than in ordinary conversation.

 No.1948

No, my grandmother is just an old boring person, and the most modern technology she uses is TV and a basic cell phone (not a smart phone).

 No.1949

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>>1947
I'm sorry
I just thought it was funny the fact that he cleared up that she wasn't his grandmother, and did not perceived those pics as rude
no harm intended
(maybe I'm getting used to hispa- shitposting :/)

 No.1951

>>1938
Now replying seriously
I don't know anything about my grandmother since I was like 7, but I don't think so
because she doesn't know how to read



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 No.1932[Reply]

Zieg Heil!

 No.1933

He will form the Fourth Reich!
Once America and Germany get Blacked™ he will be their leader

 No.1934

One confuses me that the leader of the Aryan race is the nigger?

 No.1935

>>1932
>Zieg

 No.1939

>>1934
That's where you are wrong
the Aryan Race is doomed

the new ruler will be Kara Boga

 No.1940

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>>1939
Bhhh



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 No.1844[Reply]

Cleaning my room I found my high school notebooks
and checking them I found this: My first attempt to write the Cyrillic Alphabet by heart
KEK
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 No.1877

Very nice, Bezos.

Reminds me of how I used to write in a shitty cipher when I was in high school/uni. Did you do the sames with what you attempted with Cyrillic?

 No.1893

>>1877
not really, Cyrillic is too similar to do that
(I used the Arabic script for that :v)
I was indeed learning Kazakh back then, but as there weren't enough sources in Spanish I stopped (In high school my English was very limited)

 No.1928

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>>1893
Why/how did you become infatuated with Kazakh? Sounds like there's a story here!

 No.1930

>>1928
Hard to disagree, lol.

 No.1937

>>1928
Nothing interesting tbh
Looking for music from other places, I found a Kazakh band
Not good, nod bad, but I felt as if I had already seen those videos before, so I got interested in that band
Then I got more interested in the country and decided to learn that language (but never did it)
that's it
It became like my version of Genet's Egypt, I guess



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