>>429974 >i have surpassed the need for pockets and packs...
>>430029 pretty strange political propa a relatively primitive country that was devastated by Japanese Empire's invasion five years earlier and in a very long civil war until only a year earlier, is fighting in another country only recently liberated from a 35 year occupation and subject to a mind-boggling bombing campaign and against the world superpower (who hadn't a land invasion nor civil war for 80 years, and who had prior experience supporting armies on the other side of the world) with support from over 20 other countries, many of them 'developed countries' at peace. it's like this is just bragging about how the pampered steak-eating UN soldiers managed to break even against ill frozen starving desperate shit-eating poorfags despite having almost every advantage, take that humiliation chinese dogs! >Logistics is fucking important in warfare. absolutely. 'army marches on their stomach', been a rule for as long as there've been armies. that's part of why armies have worked on MRE rations like it's the cure for cancer. the soldiers eat better than millions of people at home, and shit, when you're in the middle of some overseas nightmare then that's a small comfort you absolutely need.
Star Trek is the worst 'science' fiction around. On top of the awful technobabble it has too many quite literal space gods wandering around that can magically do whatever they want with the wave of their hand.
>>430166 >Spider One is the frontman and the brother of Rob Zombie you are talking about. Yes, I know, he's the bleached blonde wigger who sings (well, more like shouts) every song.
hmmm, apparently the last time I checked them was at 2017, and their music was still exactly the same back then. I can appreciate someone with creative output (using the term loosely here) staying close to their roots even after a long time, it creates a sense of consistency. But this is one band that, you know, really would need to get better.
Oh well, at least it's a piece of the late 90s/early 00s which is still consistently around - enjoyable after a few beers!
Wonder how advanced AI image generation will become within even a decade.
Do you use such things? Most obviously would be for people gaming like making their PC in classic roleplaying games, played over the internet what-have-you. The old dodge to this issue was using a random piece of art saved from the internet, maybe from your favourite niche porn/hentai if you wanted to be daring and test the power levels of your peers.
>>430342 I see this for what it is. The People™ don't and never will own this technology, the 1% does. We are simply given it to play and destroy our lives with. More disgusting than AI """art""" itself is people defending it with "well us humans work and create the same way".
>>430647 God, my brain hurts trying to make sense of what the fuck I'm looking at. I recognize the arabic and french words so I suppose this is a North African diploma, but what's up with the other letter looks like greek