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: Logged on 2014-02-14 17:26 mircea_popescu: ok, so school in soviet
: right, that's it. he just dun want to there be any jews. clearly unites nazi antisemitism with soviet
antisemitism with etcetera. socialism, ie, dear lord protect us dumbasses from our betters.
: (i find it amusing how all the later day soviet
saints have some shoe reference readily accessible to be retrieved by)
: generally substance abuse in post soviet
world would curl the contemporaneous mind. cluj tribunal, three levesl, maybe say 50k sq foot of floor space, a thousand or two (mostly women) working there had A TRUCK. i don't mean a van. i mean a semi.
<< i think i knew hundreds. widely abused in post-soviet
medical system, for instance ; at some point a whole surgical section was losing it at the same time, one step away from ending up discussed in the national security council.☝︎
: like czechs exactly (another major source of soviet
: the problem with this is that soviet
military man valuable ; chinese valuable ; romanian evidently valuable. what value does us tard bring ?
: dood also had serious emotivity probloems -- extremely shy, etcetera. epicycle is perhaps that encounter with the czechoslovak "labour people" when they ask him a (simple, let's be friends) question (context is that he's the hero, against soviet
invasion, etc) and he totally can't answer.
: this is ~the whole story of soviet
colonization of romania.
: not liek the public's doing much investment these days. approx on par with good soviet
of 1987, had special retainer out of salary for "investments".
: asciilifeform it works fucking admirably though, compared to the soviet
: in soviet
bitcoinlandia, forkers fork you
: Why does it have to be junk? Just because it is soviet
: contrary to the aspirations of the anachronistic-minded science-fanfic author/consumer, the 1970s enjoyed 1970s tech ; and 1970s 2nd world shitholes (ie, the soviet
bloc) enjoyed 1950s techs as a baseline. or as ceausescu's main tech theft guy said, "they'll sell us yesterday's technology for today's money, but what can you do."
: asciilifeform he failed to order the national guard to fire upon the parliament, in modern soviet
: basically, very strong signs of argentinization in the ex-soviet
: but in any case, the process is wildly successful -- the whole "oh noes, corporate responsibility, banks stole our money" went exactly nowhere FOR THE EXACT REASON the usg "banks" play the role of the soviet
planning committee. such can do no ill, by definition of state in socialism, and so... they WILL be rescued, with "money" freshly printed.
: the process was apparently well received by "the society", which is to say poor people. exactly like in the original nazi and soviet
implementations. except while in the first two the elite actually fled, in this last one the elite is playing the inept game of "i wonder if i can make a steelworks so successful hitler actually steals it from me".
: ( 'stierlitz walked on the streets of berlin. mueller recognized that he was a soviet
spy, but not because of the ppsh machinepistol clumsily slung across his shoulder, and not because of the parachute he dragged behind him, but because of the maker tag on his waistcoat, 'bolshevikess', which in typical russian slopiness had not been torn off.'
: pretty much the only thing that comes to mind is the now famous soviet
самокритика, and the significantly less famous but culturally much more important habiot of medieval tards to conduct "religious debates" with the jews, lose miserably, then claim "draw".
: a) that there was no direct route from imperial ranks to soviet
ranks and b) that therefore the lenin moment is JUST AS necessary and "Correct" or how you call it as stalin's. there's no "error".
: "there will be a moscow exhibition of arts by over 100 sculptors and painters of the soviet
republics. these were executed over the past five years."
: anyway, the whole meeting went in that vein, ceausescu pointed out to soviet
troops still at praga, gorby was liek "oh, that is a bilateral matter" "da, stiu, este un acord bilateral incheiat dupa ocuparea cehoslovaciei" (yea, i know... post-occupation bilateral). then gorby says they can't agree in this matter and ceausescu agrees with him.
: anyway, there's a pile of disinfo and general crap surrounding the events. as an example : on 2-3 dec gorbachev hung out with bush on a soviet
ship. on 4th, there was the wasaw pact meeting. gorbachev was well excited of whatever, the new bulgarian (mladenov, his college pal) and generally the western press coverage.
: Checks one box, opaque to pantsuit. Fails on its soviet
style USSA idiocy.
: but there is a huge difference between intelligent sovereignity and soviet
: Logged on 2017-10-06 14:25 mircea_popescu: "Although ISIS have repeatedly attempted to claim credit for the shooting, saying Paddock had recently converted to Islam, both his brother and authorities have dismissed the claims. He had 'no religious affiliation, no political affiliation,' Eric said, adding: 'He just hung out.'" << good soviet
: "Although ISIS have repeatedly attempted to claim credit for the shooting, saying Paddock had recently converted to Islam, both his brother and authorities have dismissed the claims. He had 'no religious affiliation, no political affiliation,' Eric said, adding: 'He just hung out.'" << good soviet
: "regulatory compliance" it's called in-universe. but in practice, they're exactly like the old time soviet
: problem compounded by the fact that my only interest in the matter stems from an obscure mention in an post-war anti-soviet
propaganda song by some guy i studied.
: Logged on 2017-09-27 05:36 mircea_popescu: asciilifeform what was the soviet
term for the "moment of realisation" that sovietism is actually a lie ? i forget
: asciilifeform what was the soviet
term for the "moment of realisation" that sovietism is actually a lie ? i forget☟
: asciilifeform: yeah, it was a very niche thing. a sort soviet
retro future exhibit that somehow survived through the 90s. i don't quite remember what else was there, plasma globes, various magnet accentuated magnetic liquids, that sort of stuff
: ie, when at the height of soviet
obamacare you broke your leg and your mother made you an ad-hoc wooden contraption to fix it, she DID in fact bespoke you a traction, even if it sucked so bad as to compare negatively to african healthcare.
: no amount of sophistry will justify a bespoke rollsroyce with soviet
pistons, or a bespoke kbd where letters wear off .
: mircea_popescu would buy rollsroyce with bespoke cabin and soviet
-quality engine ?
: russian womahn : oh it was terrible. during the night they took turns fucking me and during the day they held soviet
committee meetings to infiereze my whorishness.
: In Soviet
Russia, fluid vaporizes YOU
: certainly. but no, sometyhing, anything. "in the past nine years while the republic choked the remnants of http://btcbase.org/log/2017-08-10#1696459
we at the soviet
biolabs have a) deployed ten thousand chips in the back yard resulting in three different bactins ; and have this microscope that spit out 10k gifs.☝︎
<< to quote the definitive formulation of this particular bit of post ww2 new-us-soviet
propaganda (delivered by cagney in the roaring twenties), "there's a new kind of setup you don't understand. guys don't go tearing things apart like we used to. people try to build things up. that's what lloyd's trying to do. in this new setup... you and me don't belong."☝︎
: So much old trilema to read and link as Soviet
: (and , of course, they're making the eternal soviet
mistake, spending 5bn on "research", except in healthcare, ai, batteries, self-driving vehicles, satellites etc. ie, trying to spend money to rewrite history with themselve in the picture. if you have a fucking clue you never invest in R&D in "hot" shit)
: and you know i'm right, because soviet
distributed goods in the exact same manner, and ppl... didn't "pay" units of nothing for them. and this had no impact whatsoever.
: that dude's a fine example of usgistani ersatz. he hangs out in "personal finance" talking about finance, all the while his worldview is purely soviet
socialism, command economy etc.
: Logged on 2017-08-07 04:30 mircea_popescu: but see, that's not at all the point. for one thing : all scholarship is nonsense. for the other, soviet
school si entirely propaganda, which is to say "prepare organ donors for a certain way of life". the fucking point of the fixed form 3rd/4th grade composition is to allow the submarginal intellects making up the bulk of the population to tattoo their brains into a form that'll then allow them to survive, as traffic agents
: in soviet
, maybe. in usg, it's really just a social game.
: Logged on 2017-08-07 04:27 mircea_popescu: phf did you live through soviet
long enough to know the 10yo fixed-form composition ?
: i wasn't actually thinking to the west, i was treating soviet
union as a self-contained system. the point i was trying to make is that (and this is all very RANDian) in the absence of a market graph you needed an alternative mechanism to encourage cooperation, which in this case was the propaganda system "real soviet
man does X" etc.
: you had any contact with the living memory of soviet
punk ? was this thing early on, "soviet
too soft, gotta be moar hardcore" youth movement, wouldn't wash, didn't ask women to fuck, somewhat vaguelyt like the great leap forward kids in china.
: it's in the statement of the prisoner's dilemma, "defect" to the hypothetical inquisitors by betraying the other prisoner (i know that the terminology used introduces interesting connotations within the soviet
regime, but i don't think that's the intent)
: i understand the point though, my understanding that i haven't evaluated in a while was that soviet
were attempting to solve prisoners dilemma by training "a soviet
man". brain tattooing makes sense in that respect, though my interpretation is generous to the goals
: substitute tattoo of wooden tongue was employed in soviet
world, to the amusement of early postmoderns in the west.
: and the story it tells is that cca 1950 soviet
/ 1800 western world, it was already impossible to produce meaningful tattoos due to growing complexity.
is very instructive for the anthropologist because it is roughly speaking "summarized early modern".
: but see, that's not at all the point. for one thing : all scholarship is nonsense. for the other, soviet
school si entirely propaganda, which is to say "prepare organ donors for a certain way of life". the fucking point of the fixed form 3rd/4th grade composition is to allow the submarginal intellects making up the bulk of the population to tattoo their brains into a form that'll then allow them to survive, as traffic agents☟
: phf did you live through soviet
long enough to know the 10yo fixed-form composition ?☟
: also i'll note, there are 2 types of copy, the basic 'soviet
' type ( where you life everything incl. dec's 'when you care enough to steal the very best' easter egg inscription ) and the kind where you actually get the ~concept~ out
: phf's nightmare fuel, high octane : being alf's personal secretary in an alt-soviet
ww2 wherein alf is zhukov.
: he's exactly right, at that. precisely the sort of thing that happenbs in soviet
: "The whole experience was horrifying," says Adam Lackman, founder of TVAddons and defendant in a copyright infringement lawsuit launched by the television giants. "It felt like the kind of thing you would have expected to have happened in the Soviet
Union." << my fav quote from piece.
: how the fuck is he going to run a socialist soviet
with antitrust laws on the books is anyone's guess.
: asciilifeform how did they say this in soviet
, "we pretend to work, they pretend to pay us, long live the socialist republic" ?
: asciilifeform senior plotting the downfall of soviet
union in his garage, aha, runs in the family
: the politruk blather has reached absolutely soviet
levels by now. what the fuck are they about even ?
: strikes me every time when I get a whiff of the apparent.. "placehood" what american folks would've referred to as the "post-soviet
collapse space" of the 90s, had
: i'm a soviet
man, i prepare my own defense even before i start thinking about doing it
: meyer lansky is a name you know. anon soviet
uni professor is a name you do not know.
: to which fascism had led the nation, with the former Kom-mandant of Auschwitz heading the Commission for the Detention of Nazi Criminals, and SS generals explaining in clear and simple words the importance of liberal values, while the whole cabal was led by the newly enlightened Gauleiter of Eastern Prussia. Tatarsky, of course, hated most of the manifestations of Soviet
power, but he still couldn't understand w
: (at the time, soviet
industry more or less indian industry today)
: this is to say, standard soviet
matchbox dwelling, like berlin is still full of, came from the maker with a "balcony", which was open to the outside. they -- paid, scions of the decrepit metalworking industry, to solder/weld/glue to the balustrades ugly scrap metal pikes and pipes, and in between them put glass.
: afaik they made these built in for 1970s style matchbox 500sqft soviet
: funnily enough actual soviet
gas can was a 100% solid clone of the german one, probably to this day made in ru
: everything is child-proof. don't get me started about the soviet
: Well, gotta remember post-modernism and "social justice" were the actual KGB/Soviet
plot to undermine west
: schooling for the purpose of convincing as many unexamining intellects as possible that "in the soviet
union kids get icecream". if it takes putting the agitprop mechanism in the middle of the forest cuz that's where the peasants go... well, they'll mount it in a truck.
: point being : the "i'd give it to the soviet
comissar rather than to this woman" preference ain't supported.
: phf: there's a difference in the soviet
lands between what people know and what they'll admit to knowing.