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  • NPC the Clown

    You ever wonder what happens if two different shooters show up at the same time and place, where they wanted to shoot up?

    • Albionic American

      I’ve wondered if that happened to President Kennedy. The Gunman on the Grassy Knoll must have freaked out when he realized that another competent marksman beat him to it.

      BTW, these conspiracy theories assume the gender of the second assassin.

      • It’s always a man, unless the weapon is poison.

        • Mister Twister

          Based and redpilled, fellow man.

        • Jesher

          Everyone knows it was Jackie. The song Killer Queen by Queen is all about it. Jackie’s a real Pink Panther – she got the job done and was cleared of suspicion all in under a minute!

          Did you know a lipstick container can be fitted with an explosive gelatine that can fire off a single bullet? It packs quite a punch.

          😉

          (I heard this on /pol/, I have no idea. JFK isn’t my forte)

          Alternatively, the driver shot him Pulp Fiction style and the films were edited. Well either way the films are inconsistent.

    • Shodan

      * Shooter 2 Joined the Server *

  • Albionic American

    If Hollywood wanted to make an edgy movie which turns the conventions of superheroes on their heads, how about one where a superpowered woman lives traditionally as a wife and mother, and she doesn’t use her abilities because she knows that doing so would violate the natural hierarchy of the sexes and set a bad example for mortal women? It would take an extraordinary situation, where she sees the superpowered men in her society getting their asses kicked by a threat they can’t contain, before she reluctantly joins the fight. Just because she can fight competitively with superpowered men, it doesn’t follow that mortal women should also compete with mortal men. Men and women have different mixes of natural strengths that a healthy society recognizes and allows to function in their respective domains.

    • TCC

      Whoa, cool it with the edge, edgelord.

      • Soviet_ Samuelson

        Bruh

    • Crash

      You are clearly an antisemite, hehe.

    • Alistair Grove

      You have some strange attitudes about historic gender roles. Women did fight in the past, if they men failed. That’s natural.

      • Albionic American

        Don’t talk nonsense. Healthy adolescent boys like Barron Trump in their given state generally have more upper-body strength than 99 percent of the world’s adult women.

        • Alistair Grove

          Yes I know men are better at fighting and did the majority of it. I’m pretty sure I said that. But that was for practical reasons, not to maintain ‘the purity of the natural order’. I woman that can fight as well as a man, and there have been a few, generally would. Because the world was brutal and it needed as many fighters as possible. Also, even less capable women would take up arms if the men have already failed and the only reluctance would be because they don’t want to be bothered.

          • Nuke Mecha

            I don’t know.

            Considering other tribes’ women were usually taken for “breeding” and the fact that Stockholm syndrome is a thing, I would like to know about the actual history before claiming carte blanche that women took up arms.

          • idk_man

            Soviet snipers and women within the resistance and Jeanne d’Arc took arms to fight. But I agree there isn’t much women known for fighting in a war

          • Alistair Grove

            What about Boudica?

            I said it happens sometimes, not that it was a regular thing. Though how common varied from culture to culture. For example, most Hellenistic women were useless, fat cows. With the exception of Sparta, where the women were expected to train too. And no, I’m not saying that means they marched to war with the men, but they were expected to defend their homes when their men were away.

          • Nuke Mecha

            Context

            There’s a reason saying “women took up arms” is a “blanket statement”

            It’s like saying “women do engineering” which, while it’s true engineers who are women do exist, I wouldn’t claim either that women do engineering in general

          • Alistair Grove

            As I stated, men fight more often than women. Also as I stated, it various from culture to culture. The rich a culture, the more likely it’s women are useless. As is a larger portion of it’s men. And this even applies within a culture. But measures can be taken to prevent the corruption, e.g., Sparta.

            Look, the point I’m trying to make is that if we don’t indulge female bullshit, they won’t be such insufferable cunts. They are capable of acting like adults, even if it’s reluctantly.

          • Boudica was a political leader, not a warrior. She rebelled because she was to be married to a Roman man she didn’t want.

          • Alistair Grove

            Not quite. Her husband died and Roman didn’t let her inherit. But both her and her husband where Roman sellouts before that.

            Take note, EU sellouts. Let this lesson from history sink in. Your foreign overlords will come for you too.

          • Jesher

            He’s saying even male children would fight before women. But while your argument isn’t totally false, I’m sure women fought as a final desperation tactic, it was far more common for them to be subjugated without a fight once their men were lost. Or otherwise just run. I simply can’t imagine the exception to this happening more than, say, 1% of the time.

          • Alistair Grove

            He never mentioned children, but yes, boys would fight before women. Sort of. They weren’t considered children when they did.

            However, subjugation isn’t the right word a lot of the time. Women being mercenary are perfectly willing to go with the new, stronger men.

      • Women did, occasionally, fight if the city or village was being taken, the men having already all died. This happened in Paraguay at the end of the War of the Triple Alliance, for example. (90% of the men died in that war, then half the women and most of the children died of starvation.)

        But there’s a reason why beauty salons still operate while a city is being conquered. Remember, the Sabine women refused their former husbands after they bore Roman children.

        • Alistair Grove

          I never denied that women are more narcissistic and mercenary than men. But it’s also our fault for pandering to their bullshit.

      • Hammerstrike

        You hurt someone’s feeeeliings. -D

    • Hammerstrike

      Nah. Too many stories of lame, whinny cucks that won’t do what they should for shitty moralist non-reasons already. That the shitty moralist non-reasons are “traditional” instead of System/Sewer ones does not change the results, nuff fightin and nuff duty.

      Better have a story of a super-powered woman that goes full Ben Garrison. Does to pregnant enemies and their vile anchor babie spawns what happens in those Mexican and Brazilian videos, put vids of these deeds on the internets for inspirational purposes. Guided by this messiah and ancient warriors returned, a great army rises to fight with unrelenting determination, bringing back glory to this world.
      https://images-wixmp-ed30a86b8c4ca887773594c2.wixmp.com/f/1cb66173-9933-46ec-9888-a744182d41ff/dc0pyv1-83b1299b-80e4-425a-bb55-d1c2ef9050b4.jpg/v1/fill/w_786,h_1017,q_70,strp/the_coming_race_by_thedarkforeigner_dc0pyv1-pre.jpg?token=eyJ0eXAiOiJKV1QiLCJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiJ9.eyJzdWIiOiJ1cm46YXBwOjdlMGQxODg5ODIyNjQzNzNhNWYwZDQxNWVhMGQyNmUwIiwiaXNzIjoidXJuOmFwcDo3ZTBkMTg4OTgyMjY0MzczYTVmMGQ0MTVlYTBkMjZlMCIsIm9iaiI6W1t7ImhlaWdodCI6Ijw9MzMwMCIsInBhdGgiOiJcL2ZcLzFjYjY2MTczLTk5MzMtNDZlYy05ODg4LWE3NDQxODJkNDFmZlwvZGMwcHl2MS04M2IxMjk5Yi04MGU0LTQyNWEtYmI1NS1kMWMyZWY5MDUwYjQuanBnIiwid2lkdGgiOiI8PTI1NTAifV1dLCJhdWQiOlsidXJuOnNlcnZpY2U6aW1hZ2Uub3BlcmF0aW9ucyJdfQ.nABK0kxM4_jtr_DuE7l1ANS-AgRmPak3lMewvhLMgsI

    • Necrophage

      They (kind of) did that already. The Will Smith movie Hancock. Charlie Theron played a super woman who left it to live (more or less) normally. But you don’t find that out until near the end.

  • Albionic American

    A bit OT, but I wonder why feminists have identified Wonder Woman as a feminist heroine. She comes from a traditional, hierarchical society ruled by a queen, and her people emphasize physical fitness, warrior skills and chastity.

    In other words, they reject democracy, equality, fat acceptance, sexual degeneracy, nonviolence, and the equivalent of gun control. This sounds like a repudiation of a lot of the Woke ideology.

    • Dave The Impaler

      Because, let’s be honest, most self-identifying “feminists” have no idea what they actually believe except “WHAMEN GOOD”.
      That’s why they’ve been so subverted by Marxism and degeneracy in multiple forms; they’re like moths to the flame of a broad, “good” message while EVERYTHING takes advantage of their blind, rootless naivety and creeps in from the darkness while they burn.

    • Because it’s an entire society of magical lesbians and working single mothers.

    • Alistair Grove

      Probably why modern feminists have rejected her.

    • Cresset

      Appearances, same way that people ignore Black Panther’s ethnostate has a big ass wall surrounding it

      • Twilk9

        Ignore? The whole plot of the movie is literally about breaking down the walls and sharing wakandas wealth and knowledge with the world.

        At least try to understand something before using it in arguments

        • Cresset

          I’m talking about the public’s perception, not the plot. The reaction to the isolationist superadvanced african nation was “THIS IS COOL! WAKANDA FOREVER!”, not “yeah, those walls get an yikes from me, they have to go”.

          • Twilk9

            …you do realize how ridiculous an expectation that is, right?

            First off, as I said, the walls are gone by the end of the movie. So people saying “wow wakanda so cool” aren’t voicing support for an isolationist ethno state anymore, because like I said, the movie makes it no longer an isolationist ethnostate.

            Second, it’s a fekking comic book movie. Do you expect people to walk out of star wars thinking “oh man having a separate quasi-religious peace keeping force unaccountable to the people, I’m not sure about that” or do you expect them to go “dang them lightsaber battles, man.” Yeah, you’ll get a few people talking about the former – but you’ll get just as many people talking about wakandan isolationism, too. Google wakanda isolationism and count how many think pieces you get on the country’s foreign policy for me

          • Cresset

            Not at all. Imagine if the movie was about, say, Latveria. I said I wasn’t talking about the plot because the people ecstatic about Wakanda weren’t doing so because of the walls being gone at the very end.

          • Twilk9

            But the plot changes the context. I dont know why this is so hard to understand for you. People saying “wakanda, so cool” aren’t voicing support for an isolationist ethnostate, because the plot makes it no longer an isolationist ethnostate and decries the idea of isolationist ethnostates.

            If the movie had not removed the walls and expounded on wakanda being great BECAUSE it was isolationist, I’d say you have a point. But it doesnt, and you dont.

            It’s the difference between saying “wow, our soldiers are so cool” after leaving We Were Soldiers vs leaving My Lai Four. The actions and context of the movie are everything.

            And again, it’s a comic book movie. Like star wars, the focus of the film (and the audience) isn’t the politics. It’s the setting and action

          • Cresset

            I understand your point, I just disagree with it. I don’t think T’challa deciding to take the country in a different direction at the very end means the public who got enamorated with how Wakanda was presented for the majority of the story are 100% behind him on that. Writer’s intention X public’s interpretation, I suppose. You can have a story about a stalker in love who won’t leave the main character alone, and some people in the audience will find that romantic. The stalker going to prison at the end won’t change their minds, or the context of their support.

          • Twilk9

            A better analogy would be a stalker who, throughout the movie, learns how toxic his habits are and at the end admits his faults and turns himself in. And all the while the movie portrays his stalking as dangerous and crass.

            That more closely mirrors Wakandas arc in the movie, and the way they portrayed its initial isolationism. And

    • free_peach

      You missed the point that she is a rebel, she rejects all of that to pursue ”adventure” in the mortal world. TBH, Wonder Woman is just a super excuse for riding the cock carousel LOL.

  • TheBabyIsYou

    “hOnK HoNk :o)”

  • Rhode Islander

    I don’t know if you read these stonetoss, but just know a Jew actually finds your content funny and doesn’t take it to heart. I am awaiting the next comic.

    • Dave The Impaler

      When people talk about the “Jew” and whatnot in these circles, we obviously don’t mean every Jewish person.
      As long as you’re not perpetrating or supporting destructive, subversive, anti-White, anti-Western behavior, we generally don’t have a problem with you.
      In fact, I have even more disdain for non-Jewish Whites/Europeans who participate in the aforementioned behavior than the Jews who commit those acts; traitors are always worse than the declared enemy.
      Yes, (((they))) are not all Jews.

      • But he will raise his children to be Jews, and their children, and reversion to mean is a real thing.

        Most of the troublemakers in England and France are second and third generation immigrants. They are more devout than their parents/grandparents, who left the Muslim lands because they knew how messed up they were.

        • Rhode Islander

          I want to raise my children to freely practice a religion they find fitting, because that’s what the U.S. was founded on.

          • The US was founded on Christianity, specifically Protestantism.
            There is no such creature as the “Judeo-Christian”.

          • Rhode Islander

            In the U.S. you have the right to practice all recognized religions, I would never prevent someone from practicing unless it takes the rights of others.

      • Alistair Grove

        Speak for yourself. ;P

        Seriously though, the only Jew I like are the anti-circumcision ones.

      • Jesher

        This. But also, the (((Jews))) are satanists who don’t give a flying fuck about jews, hence why they orchestrated the Holocaust to claim Israel. Sadly I don’t think most normie jews are even vaguely aware of their elites being bona fide Saturn cultists.

      • Rhode Islander

        I’m a Slovak Jew (Ashkenazi) who loosely practices the religion. I appreciate your response sir, hopefully im the good kind haha.

  • Zambon Zakias

    Haven’t seen it yet, so can someone explain the joke?

    • Major Matt Mason

      I believe it’s a reference to the Aurora shootings.

    • 7otherpages

      The joke is $9.99 for a soda and some popcorn.

  • Major Matt Mason

    Man! Those ushers are STRICT!

  • QuickshooterMk2

    this movie is neither based nor redpilled
    it’s shitty “evul white man bad!” kike propaganda so the fake news media can cash in on fear mongering
    not to mention get shekels from dumb goys that think being edgy makes them anymore redpilled than a squirrel on meth

    true redpilled Movies like the passion of Christ wouldn’t even got to the cinemas thanks to a (((meddling influence)))

  • Maxim Sukharev

    We live in a soci… huh? I can’t remmeber collumbine said anything like that

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