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The Elegant Whale / Re: Foo-Foo 2: Electric Boogaloo
« Last post by Swagga Genesis on April 19, 2019, 02:37:12 AM »
Cliff Wallace said problematic things on his discord server
The Elegant Whale / Re: Foo-Foo 2: Electric Boogaloo
« Last post by Wesker on April 18, 2019, 10:35:51 PM »
Report them to the administration.
The Elegant Whale / Re: Foo-Foo 2: Electric Boogaloo
« Last post by Sirmonkey on April 17, 2019, 04:42:50 AM »
why is it that we literally live in a clown culture?

modern day clowns don't wear silly hats or big shoes or have flowers that shoot water. They're every day peop0le that wear plaid shirts, work in schools, hospitals, dentist offices, ETC.

my teacher on monday spent the first ~20 minutes of a class i PAY for talking about game of thrones

flippin' disgusting

if you ask me
The Elegant Whale / Re: website hosting
« Last post by corduroy on April 15, 2019, 04:45:52 PM »
I think he uses Hostgator.
I'd recommend neocities for free and simple hosting if ur fine with low bandwidth, but lots of control. Good little community that's you can get easy visitors from, it's good for sites like snazztastic stuff like that
The Elegant Whale / website hosting
« Last post by Sirmonkey on April 14, 2019, 02:14:29 PM »
Hey, what website did jason and others use to register domains?

I know about a lot of different ones, like bluehost and godaddy and what about namecheap?

I've heard bad things but i'm just wondering cause you guys have been on the internet a long time especially jason with websites like

The Elegant Whale / Re: Original FCF
« Last post by Sirmonkey on April 14, 2019, 02:09:58 PM »
yeah samew,.. my new account sucks. I miss all the flame/hate i used to get
The Elegant Whale / Re: official SOTW #1 - 00s internet
« Last post by tacchan on April 06, 2019, 03:42:03 PM »
this is the first time ive beaten arjy
The Elegant Whale / Re: Foo-Foo 2: Electric Boogaloo
« Last post by Wesker on April 03, 2019, 07:26:58 PM »
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I arrived in Lebanon tonight at around 7 and met up with people in IJO at around 9. I got flown in with a bunch of other English speakers (I took a connecting flight from America to France, and then from France to Lebanon, where there was a group of about 15 people). Right now I'm sitting in one of the houses that Hezbollah owns getting ready for bed.

We're going to be submitted to three trainings. The first is a religious training. This is especially important for me, because I'm a secular person who grew up as a Christian. I was surprised that they're taking non-Muslim recruits, but they're anticipating an escalating conflict from Turkey, and they're pretty adamant about taking any volunteers they can get so long as they are dedicated to the cause. We're going to be taught about jihad and about the goal of the wars in the area, which is for the protection of their holy sites.

We are also taught to treat prisoners fairly, to avoid torturing them and not desecrate our enemies’ bodies. Islam does not allow it. The second training lasts for 45 days and entails a physical training, during which we are taught fighting techniques as well as the use of weapons, such as the Kalashnikov, the PKC, the Dragunov and the equivalent of B7s, along with other weapons. The third part of our training includes short periods of deployment in Syria to maintain peace now that IS has been all but eradicated. And, to state this again, we're getting ready for any moves from Turkey if they decide that they want to display their power over Lebanon and Syria now that the US and IS are waning.

One thing I have a philosophical problem with is their institutional antisemitism. I've expressed this because I've been told to be very honest with the leadership, and I've been told more than once that their "antisemitism" is purely a response to Zionism. I'm thankful they have good translators, but I'm trying to learn Arabic as quickly as I can so that I can communicate more effectively with everybody. It's also going to help as I read the Qu'ran and learn more about Islam as a religion. They've made it clear that I don't actually have to convert to Islam, but I am still required to learn about the goals of the group and understand their jihad.

Also, I've been told that Hassan Nasrallah is going to personally meet with us within the week. There are about 50 people stationed here, about 10 of which are American. The rest are British, French, and I think there's a couple of Swedes too. Not sure to be honest. I've only talked with this one guy called Andrew from Georgia, and his reasons for joining are about the same as mine: We have to protect the Kurds, and keep Turkey from destroying people in the area. Hopefully we won't have to wage jihad against Turkey, but if it comes down to it we will. I hope the other people are nice.
Video Games / Re: Rate the last game you played
« Last post by tacchan on March 31, 2019, 11:41:14 PM »
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