202 Stainless Steel Coil Price 202 Stainless Steel Coil Price 08/09/2022 (Tue) 13:11:06 No. 134 [Reply]

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Glitch Grace 08/06/2022 (Sat) 01:45:44 No. 162 [Reply]
I think ole L's finally met his match
rare L W

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OCCUPY WALL ST. Revisited anarchon 08/08/2022 (Mon) 01:30:50 No. 122 [Reply]
Been Nearly 11 years since the first Occupation of Zukatti Park, alot has changed, more has stayed the same. We need to learn the lessons from Occupy if we're ever going to stop making the same mistakes. There's as much disinformation about Occupy and related movements as ever before and 10 years in it's time take we make a sober and informed analysis of what actually happened rather than repeating tired cliche's This is a thread for commentary and resources on The Occupy movement there's a thread from fedi I'm going to be drawing from, feel free to add or correct what you like https://todon.eu/@whatanerd/108780134141034860 Screenshot of Mastodon post from: nerd teacher whatanerd@todon.eu [Continued] Frustrations around using large-scale protests as 'anarchist' events. The other part of this is that in those same events, there's rarely a focus on what anarchists *were* doing beyond any that managed to grab media attention. Very rarely do I see people describe Occupy beyond the glimpses they saw where David Graeber was on the scene.

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A lot of dope ass posters came out of that at least lol Got these from https://www.openculture.com/2011/11/posters_from_occupy_wall_street.html used to be able to get lots of posters at http://occuprint.org/ but their switter been down since like it's surprisingly hard to find a high quality balerena on bull image
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>>128 something to be said about the simplicity of the symbolism and rhetoric, it's got a kind of universality to it, in retrospect there's lots of stuff we can talk about with the slogans, like We are the 99% well just ignore divisions within the working class, lots of white middle class people thinking *they* represent the 99%, lots of peace policing, let's of abusing the general assembly for petty power games, middle aged people seeing their chance to shine, super enthusiastic naive teens and tweens who didn't follow up on anything and fuck i forgot about the whole anonymous guy faux shit, there was a left wing of 4chan that jumped into that
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> it's surprisingly hard to find a high quality balerena on bull image Found it Whatever happened to AdBusters anyway? Didn't some of them go trumper or pro putin antivax antisemetic weirdo weirdo? It's really old to find scanned PDF's of old adbuster's issues, those anticonsumerists have great DRM i swear
>>130 this article mostly sucks but i knabbed this timeline, an example of shitty liberal analysis, they have "analysis" of BLM and other movements too ... cringe https://moveme.berkeley.edu/project/occupywallstreet/#impact-of-the-movement Timeline July 2011 First Planned Protest. Adbusters proposes a peaceful demonstration to Occupy Wall Street. August 2011 Anonymous Supports OWS. The hacktivist group Anonymous encourages its supporters to take part in the protest. September 2011 First OWS Gathering/Protest. The first OWS protest, consisting of around 1000, people takes place at Zuccotti Park.

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>>126 > alot of shit that is never brought up something else usually ignored are the Occupations in Universities on West Coast US and Canada and many other countries, that is where the tactic of occupation w/ general assemblies was developed and popularized, the Anti War movement ? opposition to Bush administrtion that made a lot of casualties, COINTELPRO shit ( ANSWER coalition ) Student radicalism was big thing in Bush Era in organizing anti war stuff, a lot of that became absorbed directly into Obama 2008, the student Occupations were like 2009/10 libcom published some really great stuff around the time, i wish more people would read it This is a collection of essays from activists who lived through them After the Fall: communiqués from occupied California https://libcom.org/article/after-fall-communiques-occupied-california Reflections on Kerr Hall (by student participants) https://libcom.org/article/reflections-kerr-hall-student-participants Reflections on the New School occupation - Arya Zahedi

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Unionwave prole 04/05/2022 (Tue) 01:57:40 No. 28 [Reply]
It seems like that Starbucks thing a few months ago is gaining traction especially with that recent Amazon win and now other food companies are cowering. Anyone have good info on how to start a union?
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it's really beautiful, places that previously were unionizable now making major wins, amazon, starbucks, wallmart, fast food workers even I fear however, after some initial advances, a certain beurocratized, compromised, 'friendly with management' psyop might take place, this is what's happened to traditional business unions: the teamsters, afl-cio, It's important now more than ever to push for autonomous unions, direct worker self management, wildcat organizing and all that, lest the non-profit industrial complex take over
Unions can be great, but i feel like they have been heavily weakened by the fact so many workers today are working as "independent" (myself included) and it could be useful to push for more unionization between self employed people
>>33 yeah working conditions are very very different from the old days where everyone in town worked in 1 or a handful of big factories. Now it's all about small centers of production, capital intensive labor, lots of little work sites, they call it 'post fordism' SO it's very easy to just fire everyone at a location or close down a shop completely if the threat of unionization appears. Not to mention all the propaganda and surveillance corporations like walmart or amazon do. Also an issue where the old business unions are completely in bed with management, refuse to take any radical action and are completely adsorbed into the democratic party or support reactionary politics. So new organizational forms are absolutely necessary, unions that go by region or industry, that cater to independent workers Personally i think a more informal approach to unionization might help, like unions organized in secret as affinity gruops, utilization decentralized encrypted apps that can't be easily monitored by cops or employers

lagunanon 09/23/2020 (Wed) 04:15:32 No. 74 [Reply]
honest to god I wish there were more imageboards dedicated to anarchist theory, there are seriously only 3 that have ever existed and this one is the only one alive
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There is going to be some downtime unfortunately, I'm making a server migration (which hopefully will fix some of the bugs since this server is borked ) Might be a couple weeks tho, sorry folks, If you made an account i will email you.
test test
Still missing the original anokchan
host a new one!
>>120 it is very easy to host a low traffick forum especially these days, my server costs about 15$ a year, the main stickers are securing the server and cleaning up spam

lagunanon 07/24/2020 (Fri) 17:13:09 No. 45 [Reply]
cute cow
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>>112 Cows are the silent judges of humanity
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bitch I'm a cow I am not a cat I don't say meow https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXnJqYwebF8
>>116 what a banger
>>117 it's a dope track, this song went viral and she got crazy famous, which is a curse
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>>113 one of the last of the few good facebook groups

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lagunanon 08/05/2022 (Fri) 05:40:23 No. 2 [Reply]
Avalanche were a post-civ insurrectionary anarchist affinity group | autonomous base nuclei >War against the megamachine > Propaganda of the deedu / Property Destruction as primary tactics >Diversity of Tactics >security culture out the mog >improvized weaponry >love & rage >days of war nights of love >food not bombs idk >Black and indigenous leadership >Connected to the earth >dealing with traema while participating in struggle >War against big megacorp and the spectre of ecocide >Composed of lumpen proletarians, ex soldiers, middle class sympathizers >Operate out of the gheto >digital nomadic war machine

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Good Mangas weeb 08/05/2022 (Fri) 04:56:37 No. 161 [Reply]
Blame! Fucking dope, beautiful, surreal and dreamlike neightmare industrial apocalyptic future hellscape of eternity I should have read the manga before watching netflix adaptation, it didn't really impress me, didn't capture the vibe imo and there are lots of good story bits in the manga they should have focused on, but also not that bad either, very eery and dark What are some of your favorite mangas weebs?

unworking prole 04/14/2022 (Thu) 07:18:45 No. 31 [Reply]
Practice Sabotage Everyday
this meme is, in both form and content, perfect

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weeb 08/01/2022 (Mon) 19:51:23 No. 155 [Reply]
What if they made slice of life anime about life in Chiapas?
i think you answered your own question: It would be dope
>>155 would be such a cool collective project too, like if people in chiapaz, kids and such could contribute story ideas, voice the actors etc.
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FUCK AMERIKKKA anarchon 07/05/2022 (Tue) 23:35:39 No. 108 [Reply]
General Anti Amerikkklan meme dump These are from the da share zone @izaya@social.shadowkat.net
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First Thread? Game Download sites gaymer 06/06/2022 (Mon) 04:18:58 No. 1 [Reply]
Post links to game download sites, for both individual roms and rom collections for emulation and piracy, preferably illegal one I'll get this dog and pony show on the road general rom sites vims lair - a curated library of roms for most systems https://vimm.net/?p=vault https://wowroms.com https://www.allmyroms.net/ https://www.romulation.org https://romsplanet.com/roms

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War In Ukraine Megathread lagunanon 05/23/2022 (Mon) 02:23:14 No. 17 [Reply]
Russia seems to be clinging on to Donbass Region, I wonder how long this lines will hold https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2022/5/21/russia-ukraine-live-news-moscow-intensifies-push-for-donbas

Upload your glitch art peeps Glitch Grace 01/18/2022 (Tue) 23:13:52 No. 66 [Reply]
Follow my art page @zuspish
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The Non-Techies Guide for Techie-Shit for Great Praxis metis 08/02/2020 (Sun) 10:13:46 No. 25 [Reply]
I wanted to write a brief guide for activists/etc who are looking to safely share and discuss in online without using mainstream social media platforms. Laguna is a great example of what can be done without playing into the hands of facebook/discord/etc. I think it's extremely important for the freedom of ideas/discourse to return to the decentralized way the web used to be. Unfortunately, techies fucking love jargon- for some it's fun, for others it's job security... Either way, it's a pain in the ass to get a straightforward guide to doing this stuff without someone trying to sell you something. = Servers/Hosting = - DIY - To run a website, you'll need a server with a stable internet connection. Contrary to what the monopolies want you to believe, you can effectively do this with nearly any computer that has a stable internet connection. It doesn't even have to be a particularly powerful computer, pretty much anything built after 2005 should be great. Linux is currently one of the stronger options for operating systems, since there is a great suite of free (libre) software built around this purpose. Also it's really not as hard as some would lead you to believe to run linux. Fun DIY challenge: run a hidden radical website on a work owned machine! Installing: https://ubuntu.com/tutorials/install-ubuntu-server#1-overview Setting up the server: https://www.tecmint.com/initial-ubuntu-server-setup-guide/ - Other free options - You can get a 'free tier' server from AWS (Amazon Web Services) for about a year, likely to get kids hooked on their cloud crack. They aren't particularly careful about new accounts, so it should be possible just create new servers indefinitely. Microsoft's Azure and Google's Cloud Platform offer similar deals, and you can sometimes score promotional credits too.

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= Domain Names = One unfortunate reality about the way the web works is that getting a domain name does cost money. If you followed the guide so far, your website link will just be an IP address (which is maybe cool, in like a 90s hacker way). In order to get a domain name, you'll have to go through a registrar. A '.com' TLD (Top Level Domain- the thing after the .) is usually the most expensive, but you can often times get other TLDs for much less, as low as a few dollars a year in some cases. I've had good luck with AWS's Route 53, since they're relatively easy to set up and inexpensive. There may be ways to get free domain names, but I can't vouch for any of them right now. If you have a friend who owns a domain name, you can ask them to forward a subdomain to your website- so you'd be <yoursite>.<theirsite>.whatever or <theirsite>.whatever/<yoursite> . = Tor Services / D E E P W E B = For extra hacktivist creds, you can set your site up as a Tor .onion service. This will make it accessible from within the Tor network, which is considerably safer for your users, privacy wise. This will not necessarily make you immune to nation-state spying and/or legal action, but it certainly makes it a bit less easy on the feds. https://community.torproject.org/onion-services/setup/
= Non-DIY options = There are many anarchist/leftist groups that have already done the technical work for you, and are offering online services for free (or self-cost). If you need a website or online tool for yourself or your group, this might be a simpler way to get it. Most will NOT have a publicly open registration, but I managed to get an account at most of these by asking nicely. Ask over email or IRC. Explain how their services can help you make the world better. Be mindful that you're talking to friends though, not a corporate support drone. You will have to know what type of service you want. metis has mentioned some above, I'll mention some more. All of these you can either run on your own machine, or use one run by a group. I'll link my favourite groups for each service. I'll link to services run by 4 different groups - Riseup, Autistici/Inventati, Systemli, and Disroot. (And throw in calyxinstitute for their VPN) To find more leftist groups that provide online services, look for pages of links like https://riseup.net/en/security/resources/radical-servers or https://www.systemli.org/friends/ = Blog = A blog is a simple page with text, pictures and maybe a comment field, that other people can visit to read what you've written. https://noblogs.org - Ready to use blogs, no technical setup required. Very popular.

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P E E R T U B E 0fux 04/03/2022 (Sun) 04:41:08 No. 36 [Reply]
Anyone know any good peertube instances? preferably, left leaning or at least vaguely progressive...
https://kolektiva.media/videos/local - for and by anarchists. Made by members of sub.media and antimidia

Gender euphoria? Fairy Boy 04/05/2022 (Tue) 01:50:30 No. 3 [Reply]
The nonbinary issue of “do i micro-dose hormones to achieve androgyny” or accept gender is abstract at best and not relatable anyway? Yes.
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The Galaxy metaphor is very useful, for gender and other things, centers of gravity, systems with greater or lesser distance from the center, (there's also subsystems, moons around planets etc. ) But perhaps we can go further: string theory, my gender is a subatomic particle weaving through different dimensions going back in time forming a complex fabric that composes a gender singularity. Or perhaps gender multiverse theory where genders exist as distinct universes that are connected through the weaving of trans dimensionl particles and waves in which there are spaces which exist outside of any universe.
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>>4 >PUMP YOURSELF FULL OF TESTOSTERONE AND ESTROGEN AT THE SAME TIME TO ACHIEVE MAXIMUM GENDER great idea, do you wanna become a god damn androgynine archon? Do you think you're spiritually prepared for that?

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Malcolm X - On "Black Leadership" and liberal cooptation lagunanon 04/06/2022 (Wed) 04:01:04 No. 1 [Reply]
https://yewtu.be/watch?v=PfxoiyQiM0o https://yewtu.be/embed/PfxoiyQiM0o Malcolm X On the March on Washington and bourgeous cooptation 1963, exerpt from Message to the Grassroots Malcolm X was such a incredible speaker both in form and content. While there's plenty we can criticize Malcolm for, and parts of this speech don't really hold up, especially from anti-authoritarian POV, Message to the Grassroots is stylistically genius while presenting a biting critique of how wealthy liberals and compromised black leadership derailed the revolutionary potential of the grassroots civil rights movement> "This is the way it is with the white man in America. He’s a wolf and you’re sheep. Any time a shepherd, a pastor, teach you and me not to run from the white man and, at the same time, teach us not to fight the white man, he’s a traitor to you and me. Don’t lay down our life all by itself. No, preserve your life. it’s the best thing you got. And if you got to give it up, let it be even-steven. The slavemaster took Tom and dressed him well, and fed him well, and even gave him a little education — a little education; gave him a long coat and a top hat and made all the other slaves look up to him. Then he used Tom to control them. The same strategy that was used in those days is used today, by the same white man. He takes a Negro, a so-called Negro, and make him prominent, build him up, publicize him, make him a celebrity. And then he becomes a spokesman for Negroes — and a Negro leader. I would like to just mention just one other thing else quickly, and that is the method that the white man uses, how the white man uses these “big guns,” or Negro leaders, against the black revolution. They are not a part of the Negro revolution. They are used against the Negro revolution. When Martin Luther King failed to desegregate Albany, Georgia, the civil-rights struggle in America reached its low point. King became bankrupt almost, as a leader. Plus, even financially, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference was in financial trouble; plus it was in trouble, period, with the people when they failed to desegregate Albany, Georgia. Other Negro civil-rights leaders of so-called national stature became fallen idols. As they became fallen idols, began to lose their prestige and influence, local Negro leaders began to stir up the masses. In Cambridge, Maryland, Gloria Richardson; in Danville, Virginia, and other parts of the country, local leaders began to stir up our people at the grassroots level. This was never done by these Negroes, whom you recognize, of national stature. They controlled you, but they never incited you or excited you. They controlled you; they contained you; they kept you on the plantation.

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https://youtu.be/PfxoiyQiM0o https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/PfxoiyQiM0o I like how he mentions "I got it all documented in the newspaperr" Malcolm based his analysis largely on an erudite knowledge of current events, vigorous reading all major publications he could find. There probably is some marginal benefit to print media here, as newpaper clippings and old magazines have a more permanent character than search history etc. people often don't save links to what they read since they can just search for it again, whereas with print media, you have to go out of your way to get rid of it. ALso more active character of going out and buying or subscribing to newspapers/magazines than just clicking on a link on your newsfeed, this passive attitude towards consuming media has some issues...

welcome to trans lagunanon Board volunteer 04/04/2022 (Mon) 03:55:54 No. 1 [Reply]
Hello and welcome again. For the initiated, I am a nonbinary trans woman and will be functioning as a mod for this board. I am also a programmer by day and have 6 cats, the whole CS meme. Ideally, this is a place for trans related or relatable memes, euphoria posting, diy/prescribed hrt discussions, rants and general gender rambling. Broader queer discussions are welcome, if they grow to a sizable proportion we might want to split the board into a /q in the future. Will be updating the rules accordingly. If you're here and are questioning, take this as your sign that you probably aren't cis <3. Do not spend any emotional labor on trolls, if you need to reach me in a hurry send me a message to hange-san@tuta.io
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Join if you wanna Anonymous 05/21/2020 (Thu) 13:13:27 No. 30 [Reply]
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>>72 I >>72 what is it?
sorry i accidentally deleted this cool link to like a writing workshop, didn't mean to do it, it was right next to some nazi shit

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READ ME FIRST - intro & The RULES 0fux 04/03/2022 (Sun) 13:06:18 No. 146 [Reply]
this used to be the anarchism board, now it's the anime board, anarchism board is now just /a/ so https://laguna.cafe/a just go there, now, do not waste any more time here, this is weeb country. Anime is dangerous, degenerate, evil, the product of hyper exploitative late capitalism, of an historically brutal, racist, patriarchal and imperialist society. From the perspective of any 'materialist conception of history' this cannot be denied. But, and here me out, as an art-form, as a set of crafts, of graphic and storytelling techniques, as a family of narratives that are culturally significant, anime is a massive reservoir of artistic accomplishments, which together represent staggering works of emotional subtlety and philosophical sophistication. So our position towards Japanese Animation should be like that of other exploitative artistic industries, like Hollywood, We must, as representatives of the human race, make sure this artistic legacy is preserved, and freely available for future generations by torrenting the fuck out of it. The #1 Rule No loli a) i don't want to see any god damn loli, aite? i'm not interested in the ethical debate on the subject, you may even be a nice person otherwise, i don't really care, just don't post that shit here. That's the #1 rule that cannot be broken on /an/. Call it the Itchi rule. None of that shit. Capish? b) I'm aware there's isn't an absolute line, like one should be able to post an image of a character without engaging in weird fetishizing, is everything gainex does loli? This isn't the place for that discussion either, if you think someone else might consider it getting too close, don't push it, don't post it... show some tact. #2 Hentai or otherwise Lewd, erotic stuff is permissible, as are illustrated/animated depictions of violence and gore. The graphic stuff should have NSFW in the title, a spoiler, a content warning, and preferably be nested. Please be tasteful. #3 For all uploads, image descriptions are highly encouraged.

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hwat's going on? freeform thread 0fux 04/03/2022 (Sun) 11:36:02 No. 107 [Reply]
did some updates, going to be spamming around, please drop in say hi Some Topics What should anarchists do in response to russian invasion of ukraine? What kind of anarchist organizing or direct action has been going on lately? In your area or internationally? What anarchist texts, podcasts, or videos have you read heard or seen lately? How's the crisis of every day life treating you? What do you think? How do you feel? what's it taste like? What the heck are we gonna do?

WAR IN UKRAINE anarchon 02/26/2022 (Sat) 00:49:06 No. 9 [Reply]
Russia Inviades Ukraine 2 thousand protestors arrested in Russia, Ukranians putting up major fight as Russian's launch major offensive
i don't usually share the mail but this is a goodn https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10550799/Ukraine-hits-airfield-Russia-missile-strike-blow-Putin-downing-six-helicopters.html Putin is a fucking madman { The claim was echoed by the brigade commander of the 74th brigade of motorcycle rifles, believed to be a reconnaissance platoon made up of 20 to 50 soldiers, who allegedly surrendered to Ukrainian forces during fighting on Thursday. Commander Konstantin Buynichev is said to have claimed he only learned of the invasion on Wednesday and believed they were returning home. }
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this shit is surreal
>>11 hey free calls to ukraine yous guys
American fascists are backing Putin's invasion, this could blow back in their face https://nitter.net/BenLorber8/status/1497407269587206144#m

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new year, same shit anarchon 01/01/2022 (Sat) 21:36:59 No. 89 [Reply]
may this year be a rebellious one
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Greetings from https://breadpunk.club/ !
>>90 Cool ya know, i was just looking into the tildesphere and thinking "where's the the bread themed tilde?' this is an answer to my prayers
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>>93 really cool little forum, thanks

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TEXTPUNK THREAD: ASCII ART, SSH, IRC, GOPHER, USENT etc. lagunanon 01/19/2022 (Wed) 00:15:40 No. 70 [Reply]
Here's some resources for my fellow TXTpunks There's a good collection at ASCII ART at https://16colo.rs you can download ASCII in bulk here http://linuxconsole.net/ascii_art.html & http://artscene.textfiles.com/vt100/ I'd recommend these terminal based forums: > Cursedboard - ssh/curses based forum ssh bit@whisper.onthewifi.com https://github.com/whisperchan/cursedboard > Analogcity

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Nurse with Wound - I don't want to have (easy listening nightmares) trachealbabe 01/06/2022 (Thu) 20:57:03 No. 18 [Reply]
good shit
so funky

Adriano Celentano - Prisencolinensinainciusol lagunanon 01/04/2022 (Tue) 06:32:15 No. 17 [Reply]

DaffyDub DaffyDub 08/11/2020 (Tue) 20:15:04 No. 80 [Reply]
What happened? To start with, I'm talking about the situation in Germany. I don't know how it looks in other countries. Here in Germany right-wingers, Nazis, esoteric hippies and conspiracy theorists (at the moment the biggest danger is posed by QAnon and similar antisemitic right-wing groups) have started to stage anti-fascist groups, mainly anarchists, communists and socialists as defenders of our capitalist, still ultra conservative government even before Corona. Now that we seem to be the only voice of reason in times of Corona (we do a lot of pro-mask and anti-conspiracy theory actions), we are now really becoming it partly. We defend actions of the German government, advocate harder prosecution of Corona deniers and the like. At the same time the so-called extremism policy against left structures is getting harder and harder. This puts me in a strange situation as an Anarchist. Just a thought I wanted to share.
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I think of it this way: If you're going to force me to live under the boot of a state, this is the bare minimum that state can do to justify its unjustifiable existence.
>>82 > If violent action against some members were necessary to ensure the community was protected, we would still do it, just as against everyone who endangers others by any other mean. Doesn't this make you effectively a state since you are using coercion to achieve ends?
>>Doesn't this make you effectively a state since you are using coercion to achieve ends? Well that's not really what defines state, people can come to collective decisions and act in defense of those interests without forming a state: levying taxes, creating a self appointed heirarchy, enforcing laws covering the whole of society etc. An obvious example you wouldn't let creeps masturbate in a kids park, i'd imagine in a stateless society people would spontaneously step in and tell that wanker to get the fuck out of there under threat of violence -- OR there would be some free public mental health centers / housing for them to masturbate privately -- or maybe there'd be a designated wanker park, who knows. But with Covid specifically, the problem with applying that libertarian logic to modern state-capitalism is that there's coercion everywhere already, workers are coerced to work under threat of starvation and homelessness to keep the economy running -- most people would overwhelmingly choose to stay home if they could, especially if they could justify it via the plague -- which I think is a pretty good reason. In say an Anarcho-Syndicalist run economy, the various workers federations could come to a consensus that they would shut down operations in most industries accept for the most necessary, which would be directed towards making sure everyone could comfortably stay at home. It would probably go alot easier in the absense of right wing billionaires funding hysterical fake news about how the plague is a hoax and basic public health is tyranny.
>>85 The big argument against lockdowns and mask mandates is that it's this threat to personal liberty, and i suppose it could be and is used that way in certain countries ( In Latin America in particular, plenty of tyrants of made use of the Crisis ) but ironically these countries have seen least resistance to such measures. What I see from Americans and Europeans is entitled consumers who demand not only that they be free to go here or there but OTHER PEOPLE ARE FORCED TO SERVE THEM. They want fast food, they want coffee, they want to go shopping, they want no interruption in their lifestyle, they don't give a shit about the personal freedom of the people who have to cater to their infectious asses.

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Minnesota pigs kill mentally ill man on Christmas eve fuck12 12/30/2021 (Thu) 21:21:06 No. 8 [Reply]
Justice for Christopher Fiafonou, murdered by Austin PD officer Zachary Gast on Xmas Eve after 36 hours of intense harassment. APD destroyed Fiafonou's family's home with gas, smoke bombs and projectiles, later giving up the siege but fatally shooting him the next day as he shopped at a gas station. https://www.gofundme.com/f/justicefor-kokou-christopher-fiafonou https://www.austindailyherald.com/2021/12/breaking-bca-releases-names-in-officer-involved-shooting/

hello noisbobe 12/28/2021 (Tue) 07:59:34 No. 1 [Reply]
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hello, how are you?
>>5 Rest In Power Danny J

LineageOS & Custom Android Roms lagunanon 12/28/2021 (Tue) 02:54:42 No. 34 [Reply]
anybody else here use LineageOS? https://lineageos.org/ If you don't know It's a custom android rom based on the Android Open Source Project, it's (usually) very stable and by default has no google spyware built in. If you have any older android phones there's a pretty good chance it's supported: see the supported devices here https://wiki.lineageos.org/devices/ I got a lineage tv (nexus player) a couple lineage phones and now when I try a phone with Google Play Rootkit I can't stand it, it's amazing how people can tolerate corporate spyware/adware running on their phone and no way to disable it. If you have a google pixel, also consider GrapheneOS, which is considered highly secure https://grapheneos.org/
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>>34 calyxOS also pretty interesting https://calyxos.org/ has about the same supported device list as GraphenOS, however CalyxOS can support MigroG in case you absolutely need Gplay

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the world is fucked lagunanon 09/19/2020 (Sat) 13:44:17 No. 106 [Reply]
what the fuck man

Mark Fisher Zine lagunanon 08/13/2020 (Thu) 01:38:21 No. 72 [Reply]
here's a mark fisher zine(instagram, sorry) https://www.instagram.com/p/CDyNfi_lg9p/?igshid=hzoipre4pfa1
Rest in Power sad homie

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Okay, the band demands to be heard attentively.
great song, thnx

DaffyDub 08/15/2020 (Sat) 12:43:29 No. 13 [Reply]
>>13 that shit slaps

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CTH lagunanon 08/10/2020 (Mon) 05:32:12 No. 69 [Reply]
I am curious what Laguna's thoughts were on Chapo Trap House podcast?
it's ok, the fanbase is full of halfbaked tankies, radlibs. their also not very pro anarchism. criticized defund/abolish the police. But, for getting far left idea's out in the open, it's very good at that.
they always seemed like shitlords to me, i know they defended Assad and pushed conspiracy theories about false flags in syria... The few episodes i listened to were fairly entertaining and I can't blame people for liking them, but in terms of their politics it seems like liberals in left clothing who built a fanbase of lonely white men. I suppose there's worse things they could be into so. Final analysis, they served a purpose for a time, but have outlived it at this point, there are many better podcasts out there these days.

DaffyDub 07/25/2020 (Sat) 23:42:40 No. 56 [Reply]
What is going on over there, US comrades? We are not getting alot of news here in Europe about ur situation atm. I hope you are all doing fine.
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>>58 The mainstream media has mainly been ignoring it or downplaying it, though police abuse does get coverage once in a while. Trump supporters and right wingers do say 'oh hte protestors deserve it' they are significant but a minority, the majority of people support the protests. Those 'federal agents' with no badges apparrently are just armed contractors.
look into what is happening in portland orgeon. protests everynight for over 50 nights. Feds are in town but the protesting crowd gets larger every night.
There is a podcast with robert evens and michael moore doing a good job covering the events https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OUGb2zZ43Bo
Protesters are being kidnapped out in the open by federal goons, some are being forced to promise not to protest again. In my small conservative town in buttfuck nowhere a bunch of fully armed chuds lined up in front of the courthouse to intimidate protesters. The chuds were handing out pamphlets about how to legally kill someone. The police were giving the chuds high fives.
>>62 >> The chuds were handing out pamphlets about how to legally kill someone. The police were giving the chuds high fives. they really can't wait to start killing somebody , already have been running people over and getting away with it
Fucking hell.... that sounds like you are heading straight into a civil war.
>>63 Yeah. We need to start arming ourselves and organizing, fast.
>>64 Yeah, yeah, Trump may try to push back the election which is terrifying, right wingers, whether trump wins or loses will kill a bunch of people. I recommend everyone the podcast 'it could happen here' by robert evans, it's from a year or two ago talking against potential US civil war and imo really on the nose. Basically he predicts a rural right wing insurgency with a simultaneous leftist militant movement in urban areas and the gov repressing the fuck out of everyone, highly recommend https://www.iheart.com/podcast/1119-it-could-happen-here-30717896/
>>65 guns are hella cheap right now - could get easily get an rifle, shotgun and handgun for under $1000 Honestly I think we need to form a clandestine, cell like network of anarchists and allies
I send u solidarity. Getting armed seems very reasonable tbh.

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Mass homelessness lagunanon 08/07/2020 (Fri) 15:12:36 No. 9 [Reply]
With democrats and republicans refusing to extend the federal aid and ban on eviction, with rent payments starting back up an estimated 28 million people will become homeless. Almost 40% of millennial's moved back in with their parents. Food banks have lines that stretch for miles. How long is this sustainable? https://www.cnbc.com/2020/07/10/looming-evictions-may-soon-make-28-million-homeless-expert-says.html https://www.cnbc.com/2020/08/05/39-percent-of-younger-millennials-say-covid-19-has-them-moving-back-home.html https://www.vox.com/2020/5/11/21233063/food-banks-snap-coronavirus
26 million damn, we'll no doubt see a massive increase in riots and what not. What we need right now are a squatters movement to reclaim abandoned property and tenants unions to fight evictions.
>>10 several videos of protesters keeping landlords from going into the courts to evict people KC/KCMO making me proud

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coursera free certs lagunanon 08/08/2020 (Sat) 21:50:12 No. 25 [Reply]
coursera is offering some free classes right now, a few come with certs from amazon aws and google cloud so just posting that here https://www.classcentral.com/report/coursera-free-certificate-covid-19/

Autonomous Tourist Union Scrounger 07/01/2020 (Wed) 02:14:37 No. 6 [Reply]
Migrant collectivization, hobo college, hobohemia, international brotherhood welfare association, overall brigade, soapbox rebellion, mutual aid directory, filesharing, translation, solidarity beyond borders
>>6 "hobohemia" lmao
Some thoughtful person made an introductory guide to guerrilla gardening that you might be interested in reading and sharing. It's a secure, small (about 70mb) .pdf file. https://gofile.io/d/AZyTzt Do good things.
>>8 great guide, will read through it also thanks for introducing me to gofile.io looks pretty dope

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How to Praxis Your Way into a Software Engineering Career in 12 months or your money back lagunanon 08/02/2020 (Sun) 11:35:23 No. 17 [Reply]
I wanted to write this guide to hopefully shed some light at how absurdly easy it is to get into the tech industry. I'm an adderall-addicted California techie burnout so I apologize if this comes across as a bit flippant. I've managed to successfully bullshit my way up the wagecuck ladder for nearly 10 years now without a college degree or really any talent, currently working at a place that has free smoothies and chairs that cost more than twice my monthly rent. Most people in this industry work pretty hard to obscure how easy it is to get in. = 1st Circle: Limbo = The first step, naturally, is learning how to make software. It should come as no surprise that you can get a better education from Youtube and PDFs than in a classroom. Your mileage may vary, but this should take someone working 2 or 3 hours a day about a year. One thing that trips people up is defining what 'learning a language/skill' actually means. You don't need to know every single command by heart, however, I consider 'knowing a language' to be the point when you can take a given project (Make Tetris, Make a Web Server, etc) and feel confident that you can google your way through it. I recommend starting with Python. Python is fairly easy to get started with, and will be useful your entire career. "Python Crash Course" is a pretty good book, but find something that works for you. Get comfortable enough with python to feel confident that you can tackle various projects with it. At this point, you'll want to pick a specialty. This is the key thing that will give you an advantage over fresh college graduates, since they usually have very broad knowledge but nothing marketable. Some specialties include Web Frontend, Web Backend, Systems Programming, Cloud, etc. Do some research on jobs you might want to do and look at the required skills on job postings for those. Most of this stuff is useful in general, so changing 'specialties' isn't a big deal. After that, you'll want to learn: - An Object Oriented Language (Java or C#) - Web Development Language (Javascript, or PHP) - General Database Stuff (SQL)

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One other thing to note (from Circle 2) is that you'll want to have 3 or 4 projects under your belt. Contributing to Open Source projects is a good way to do this, also doing work on the Linux Kernel (google 'How to do a linux kernel patch', it's easy and looks really impressive). Definitely have 1 or 2 decent projects you've done yourself, too. = 3rd Circle: Gluttony = Time to interview. Cracking the Code Interview and HackerRank questions, as mentioned before, will get you most of the way. Understanding Agile/Scrum and being able to speak to managerial bullshit is pretty important too. To be honest, I've failed a lot of interviews. The more you interview, the better you'll get at them. It's best to not seem too hungry, but feign enthusiasm if you can. The big key to interviews (besides passing the BS questions) is twofold- Being able to 'talk shop', and seeming like someone they would want to work with. In general, talking casually to engineers is just like posting on stackoverflow/reddit/etc, but a lot of college grads fail that. Another mistake I've made is trying to seem too much like a hardcore techie- usually people want to work with someone with outside interests, so talk about cars or video games or Bakunin/Goldman or whatever Have a salary expectation in mind before you go into the interview. Glassdoor is a useful tool for finding out what people at a certain company make, but companies will manipulate that to make applicants ask for less. It's always fine to aim a little high and let them talk you down. If you can, be willing to relocate- often times places will pay for a move, and being willing to move will open a lot of doors. Prepare a few references.. In the US they usually won't try to call someone at your 'current' job, so use that to your advantage if needed. When you get to the on-site interview, don't wear a fucking suit. Ever. Be absurdly polite to everyone, etc.

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6th Circle: Heresy At this point, I just want to list a bunch of easy cheats that you can do to pad your resume. Some of these will be more achievable after you've been in the industry for a bit. - Conference Talks Submit to a bunch of conferences. Most people are half awake at these things and you can get away with a powerpoint and a few jokes. - Open Source Stuff I wrote a script to find typos in major repos, and automatically submit PRs to fix them. I now list a bunch of contributions to major repos on my resume. You can also actually contribute to open source, if you aren't an asshole like me. As I said before, doing quick fixes on the Linux Kernel is easy and looks really impressive. - Mentoring/Community I won't be cavalier about this one, giving back is super important. - Editing Books You can do side work peer reviewing books. Hit up publishers, they always need people to do this and you can list book credits in your resume. My name is in a bunch of fancy sounding tech books just because they let me lol - Writing Books

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7th Circle: Violence? This is another one that is pretty important the whole way through, I just forgot to list it at the first part. Web Presence. When you apply for jobs, the recruiter will google your name. You will need to have a github, and you probably want to have a blog. - Github Put your IRL name on your github, and include it in your resume. There are a few tricks to 'padding' your github account. Fork a bunch of repos that look cool. Make a few more impressive sounding projects, even if they are nonexistant projects don't have code in them - Recuiters rarely actually look at code. Run this: https://github.com/avinassh/rockstar it's a script to make it look like you constantly upload onto github. Contribute fixes to small repos, github will list those repos in your page (even for tiny fixes). Put everything you possibly can in your github.

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= 8th Circle: Fraud = 'Imposter Syndrome' is bourgeoisie guilt. You will probably encounter it at some point. This guide was meant to be a bit flippant and humorous, but the truth is there's really no actual way to completely 'fake' your way into software. If you start to feel like you're an imposter, the best thing to do is just improve- start learning/doing things and you'll be feeling better in no time, or at least you'll be a better imposter. = 9th Circle: Treachery = There's a good chance you'll eventually get burnt out. This compounds with the realization that basically every other worker (especially those that aren't class traitors) is probably working considerably harder than you. The truth is that the software engineering field is not only very mentally taxing, but can be extremely soul crushing. To paraphrase some asshole, the best engineers in the field are mostly working on better ways to put an ad in someones face. It's easier than you think to get sucked into believing corporate culture bullshit. The software industry is innovating mind control management techniques at an impressive pace. Falling for these traps will almost guarantee burnout for anyone that is a remotely critical thinker. I don't really have a solution for burnout, but I can attest to it being real. Techies, especially devs, are often tedious people to be around. The culture that has grown from 'googly-startups-types' is a special type of consumerist hell. Most of these people will fill their sad existences with funko pops, neoliberalism and video games or whatever, but I suspect most Lagunanons will be unable to find happiness wallowing in the scraps of consumerism. Donating time to the Free Software Foundation and humanitarian libre software projects feels good, and the people involved in the libre side of things are often a breath of fresh air compared to the patagonia-wearing-brogrammers you usually deal with. Eventually you'll begin to wonder if any of it is worth it, and wonder why after all of these years all you have to show for it is a shitty apartment, strained relationships with your loved ones, a drug addiction and carpul tunnel syndrome. You'll consider moving to a non-extradition country and selling exploits to organized crime, or something. Thaddeus isn't all he's cracked up to be, he doesn't even work with Americans and you don't really want to deal with organized crime anyways
good post thanks for the info
great advice, we'll see where this takes me :)

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Anonymous 05/14/2020 (Thu) 18:04:26 No. 15 [Reply]
Who here does HTB, Vulnhub, tryhackme, cyberseclab. What do you think of hacking labs as a way to get better at infosec
those all look cool, haven't used them personally, though, I learned mostly through books and forums, like any 2600 group will teach you a bit, there's also .onion forums where you can talk to blackhats…

my method of learning pentesting involved setting up a virtual lab on one computer – i used virtual box to set up a bunch of different virtual machines running windows xp 7 etc. as well as different linux distro, then from my laptop running Kali live usb i would try out various tools, setup a honeypot http server, etc. there's so many ways to do it.

the most essential tools being nmap, wireshark, ncat/netcat and metasploit ( if you wanna go the easy route.) also learning a good scripting language – Lua, Python, even perl can help out alot.
They can be fun, certainly good for getting a feel for things. Though, I'd advise against putting too much emphasis on them as a means to improve at offensive security as a whole. That's a bit like learning to shoot a gun by playing Call of Duty, though some of the VM boot-to-root ones are decent if you're working towards getting an OSCP or something. If you're looking to start a career in the security field, directing your efforts towards offensive security (red teaming/pentesting) at first specifically will limit your options as these jobs are fairly rare. Sadly, the best approach to getting into the field is to just get a couple certs and brush up on compliance jargon, lie through your teeth to recruiters and do the analyst thing for a while. I'd argue that the best way to 'get better at infosec' is by getting familiar with software engineering and systems administration. Embrace your linux neckbeard, learn to windows server and active directory until you intimately hate it, read all the boring Java, SQL and C# books that the CS-Grad Jr. Devs read so you know how to break their shitty code. Understanding software engineering is really important for security hacking as well, and it seems lost on a lot of the current generation of 'hackers'. It's one thing to follow someone else's instruction/scripts on how to exploit something, but intimately understanding how software is designed will enable you to craft your own solutions.
>>27 I know vulnhub got a partnership with exploit-db, so new cool stuff is going to start happening.

Oh yeah Japanese Funk is the best. They ghot a really interesting history when it comes to Funk and Disco
agreed, some of my fav jfunk: cassiopea, t square but i also really love jpop like, miharu koshi and jun tagawa :333!!
>>4 this gives me a certain feel, and i like

DaffyDub 07/25/2020 (Sat) 22:54:40 No. 6 [Reply]
This is how Techno started in Germany. It came from Punk, Wave and House mixed with a big part of Industrial. This "song" is one of my favourite. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kn14Rq8sUAg
fuck yaaaa industrial!! love this band they would build the craziest shit to play live

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pigs are better than cops lagunanon 07/22/2020 (Wed) 19:58:13 No. 5 [Reply]
we need another word for these fuckers

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DaffyDub DaffyDub 07/22/2020 (Wed) 16:27:28 No. 43 [Reply]
Nine years ago today, right-wing terrorist Anders Breivik let 77 people fall victim to his Templar fantasy and thus became the inspiration for a new generation of assassins. Among them: the man who murdered 9 people in the Olympia shopping centre in Munich on the 5th anniversary. For a long time it was concealed that the perpetrator, David Sonboly, was right-wing extremist motivated: his victims were Muslims, a Rome and a Sinto. Their enemy images: Marxism (always with Jewish connotations), feminism, migration, modernity. They feel threatened and persecuted by a modern, pluralistic society and even more by those who stand for it - socialist youth, people with a migration background, and, as we see it in the case of NSU 2.0, also concretely political opponents* (It is not surprising that these attacks mainly affected women: "even worse than the worst communist is the communist", as Theweleit already wrote). These are men whose actions are in their own eyes "the expression of a postulated necessity of the actions of self-imposed associations of superior right" (Theweleit). They think they are acting on a just mission, they bring to the world what they actually deserve. They see themselves as soldiers in a culture war for nothing less than race, nation and gender. They marry as "correctives" to a society that has gone astray and legitimize their mass murder with the imagined war for a world in which no one can be different without fear and in which they can be sure of their position of hegemony. In memory of the victims, it is our task to fight against these men and their ideology. No forgetting, never. Our task is a society where EVERYONE can be different without fear, in solidarity and love. We mourn, we fight, we educate ourselves and others, so that the always conjured "never again" becomes reality sometime. In memory of: Victoria Stenberg, 17 Eivind Hovden, 15 Tina Sukuvara, 18 Jamil Rafal Mohamad Jamil, 20 Steinar Jessen, 16 Espen Joergensen, 17 Sharidyn Svebakk-Boehn, 14 Rune Havdal, 43 Birgitte Smetbak, 15 Guro Vartdal Havoll, 18 Anne Lise Holter, 51 Kjersti Mountain Sand, 26

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Rest in Power little homies >>43 >they bring to the world what they actually deserve. They see themselves as soldiers in a culture war for nothing less than race, nation and gender. They marry as "correctives" to a society that has gone astray and legitimize their mass murder with t preach

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they always dissapoint you soyboymilk 07/22/2020 (Wed) 01:22:42 No. 39 [Reply]
i tested positive for the virus, and my "liberal" and "progressive" friend, who i had been around while being infected, decided not to get tested, or tell the people that he's living with that he might have been exposed. It's "too much for him." it was my birthday a few days ago, and he said he had something for me, but as soon as i told him that i was positive, he just fucking ghosted me. he's a piece of shit anyway, and i have his switch, so i dont really care, but this goes to show u how much you can trust "liberals" when push comes to shove. more often than not they will be fucking useless. yeah, he was a privileged, sheltered, guy.
>>39 wow what a fucking asshole you should put homebrew on his switch lol
>>39 that is shitty, at least a little sympathy would be nice. Learned not to really rely on 'friends' a long time ago, liberal, leftist or otherwise, they'll usually let you down. The weird irony about online people hundreds/thousands miles away is they never get those opportunities to be shitty.
I feel u there. Just dumb friends like that. The ones that have your back in bad situations like that are the ones u should keep around. Anyway I hope you get healthy soon. Stay strong