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[ERROR] No.10191770 [Reply] [Original] [4plebs] [archived.moe]

So, what did you just do 35 minutes ago?

>> No.10191784

trolled some fags on the internet

>> No.10191798

I expressed mild annoyance about how much /tg/ is sucking tonight. Then I did something else with my life. Do I win?

>> No.10191804

Woke up.

>> No.10191808

inb4 "35 minutes ago I made this thread."

>> No.10191823

Browsed and posted in the most delightful sergal thread I have seen in months good sir.

I am mildly satisfied.

>> No.10191829

>>10191784
Hey Shas, how do you feel about Nazis?

>> No.10191830

Used a client side lua aimbot to grief people playing TTT on Garry's Mod.

>> No.10191840

started to listening to Opeth haven't stopped yet

>> No.10191845

Started an essay about media piracy on the Internet (and how awesome it is).

>> No.10191854

Started fapping.

It's going pretty good.

>> No.10191859

>>10191829
FUCK YEAR!

>> No.10191860

>>10191823

It would've been better if Beakie showed, but yes, it was the best one in months.

>> No.10191870

Finished reading some Jonah Hex and started reading some Transmetropolitan. Man, I love comics.

>> No.10191879

>>10191829

The go-to enemy, should you need one, for a decent, though not innovative, game.

>> No.10191886

Started watching an episode of Stargate SG-1 on Hulu.

>> No.10191920

>>10191879
Good answer.

Zombies, Robots, or Vampires?

>> No.10191944

>>10191860
But to finish my point before that thread was deleted, I believe it is possible to build primitive fragmentation grenades using a elastic material for the mechanism, such as primitive rubber from tree saps, or the tendons and sinew of animals.

>> No.10191966

>>10191920

Robots.

>> No.10191996

>>10191966
Very poor answer good sir.

A wiser man would have chosen all three.

>> No.10192006

>>10191966
Army, Navy, Air Force, or Space Navy?

>> No.10192014

Took a shower as I get ready for work.

>> No.10192018

>>10191944

What would give the materials tension to launch the shrapnel, though?

>> No.10192036

Do I really have to say it first?

Started Fapped, Haven't stopped yet.

>> No.10192038

>>10191944
>>10191996
>>10191823

Sheesh... Ok, who let loose the sergalfags?

>> No.10192044

>>10191944
I doubt it. As an engineering, an elastically powered grenade would be too complex and high maintenance to be reliable.

>> No.10192046

>>10192006

Space Navy, with Air Force a close second.

>> No.10192058

>>10192036

Fapping*

Fuck I'm tired..

>> No.10192059

I witnessed a drug dealer escape from pursuing police.

>> No.10192072

Cooked some bbq ribs.

>> No.10192073

Download mods for Oblivion.

I've been at it for four hours and still haven't started playing.

>> No.10192078

>>10192059

OH GOD RUN CARLO RUN

>> No.10192084

>>10192006
Space Navy. Dear god, Space Navy.

>> No.10192090

I used a buttplug for the first time in my life and had a really satisfying wank.

Still have the cum on my chest and the plug in my ass. So blissfull right now I can't be bothered to clean up yet.

>> No.10192107

>>10192046
Real Robots, Super Robots, between the two, or neither?

>> No.10192114

Made some brownies.

>> No.10192133

Blew up zombies with a simi-automatic grenade launcher in Killing Floor while my brother and I yelled orders back and forth as though we where actually in an anti-zombie swat team.

Feels good man.

>> No.10192140

>>10192084
New BSG, Old BSG, Star Trek, Star Wars, or Planetes?

>> No.10192183

>>10192018
Good sir, I believe I need further research to figure it all out.

But in principle it should work very similar to the Popsicle bomb children are very fond of making, where every piece of the mechanism supporting every other piece, when a great force is applied to the whole structure it would collapse and fragment.

>> No.10192222

>>10192107

Between the two.

>> No.10192226

>>10192183
Even if hypothetically you could build one of these, it's going to be the most ineffective anti-personal device ever to grace the battlefield.

>> No.10192235

>>10192183

>Good sir, I believe I need further research to figure it all out.

It's a good concept for a primitive civilization, but I can't see how the mechanism would be grenade-sized for that tech-level. Then again, I've never had the mind of an engineer.

>> No.10192266

I went on a bike ride.

>> No.10192275

>>10192226
Sadly yes, in a setting with such primitive materials and crude metallurgy available to work with.

>> No.10192289

>>10192222
Would you play a game where your opposition was a resurgent Nazi Empire fielding legions of robot soldiers and awesome but not-quite-super giant robots, as well as a giant space navy?

>> No.10192299

>>10192226

He's talking about warfare between three low-tech civilizations who only have access to materials like obsidian and don't have any armor as a consequence.

>> No.10192306

>>10192275

WELL I BETTER NOT SHOW YOU WHERE THE YIFF IN HELL IS MADE.

SHUT UP SERGAL GET ON MY SWORD

>> No.10192328

>>10192289

Yes.

>> No.10192350

>>10192328
If you were running it, what system would you choose?

>> No.10192385

>>10192299
You don't even need armor to stop this thing, assuming it's a small enough device to be carried by one man there's anything naturally elastic enough to launch the fragments fast enough to even break the skin and that's not even considering them wearing cloth or hide armor.

>> No.10192395

>>10192350

Rogue Trader.

>> No.10192418

>>10191770

still listening to Distorted View, trying hard to hold myself together...laughter...sigh...I am a sick fuck.

>> No.10192426

>>10192385
Nothing naturally elastic enough to be carried by one man is what that should read.

>> No.10192454

>>10192395
How many DMPCs would you include?

>> No.10192480

>>10192454

None, and...

Wait why the fuck am I playing 20 questions

>> No.10192520

>>10192480
I'll give you a hint

>> No.10192561

There is a slight to moderate chance that I may, at the time, have been on /s/ while reading stuff on /h/ and making use of my sadly-not-huge-but-statistically-fairly-above-average /ck/

>> No.10192589

>>10192385
You can tear apart my ideas all you want good sir.

But I believe it was quite a imaginative attempt to go about making bizarre and experimental weapons in very primitive setting.

And with that I take my leave for I have over stayed my welcome.

>> No.10192594

>>10192520

>> No.10192619

Started trying to play The Gypsy by Spock's Beard on my acoustic guitar. I still can't get the chords for shit.

>> No.10192643

rolled 3 = 3

35 minutes ago I made this thread.

>> No.10192697

Finished watching part 1 of Terry Pratchett's Going Postal, then realized part 2 won't be finished downloading for another two hours.

>> No.10192742

I implied in a reply that was implying a reply implied about a reply.

>> No.10192896

Dark heresy

>> No.10192926

Fappin'.

>> No.10192990

Thought, "Ok, I'll just reply to this one thread, then I'm going to get back to reading Dune."

See how well that went?

>> No.10193008

Just got back from a session of Pathfinder (Kingmaker2).

>> No.10194576

Shas, your reaction image folder might just rival my own.

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