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Use this for cross-dimension shitposting https://nerv.8ch.net/trek/trekgenrl/1701/strek/streak/startrek/furtrek

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77791a  No.2[Reply]

Accepting banners here

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8b0e43  No.31465

>>31130

Ebin.




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b51c30  No.13075[Reply]

Razörfist is going to be doing an episode-by-episode breakdown on Deep Space Nine. Are any of you planning on watching it?

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fd7524  No.31952

Ha! The Star Trek series is politcally incorrect. First show and next Generation had a white male in charge and was going where no one had gone before. Voyager had a woman in charge and they were hopelessly lost. In Deep Space Nine a nigger was in charge and they were going nowhere.


e5ce7c  No.31953

>>31952

In the nigger's show they were literally exploring an entire new quadrant and in the woman's show they defeated the big bad of Star Trek.


655e47  No.31954

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>>13076

you talking shit about JMS?


9222b4  No.31955

File: ae043a54677e8a0⋯.jpg (15.88 KB, 386x258, 193:129, honk_question.jpg)

>>13075

So what exactly is wrong with Deep Space Nine? I thought people liked it. Never watched it. I saw the originals and some of Next Generation, but that was it.


a11a13  No.31956

>>31955

People do like it, it's commonly believed to be the best of the trek series. There are normie TNG fans that say they don't like it because LOL SPACE STATION DOESN'T GO ANYWHERE. It's not perfect obviously and has its problems, but acknowledging criticism isn't the same as calling it bad.




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d094c4  No.31869[Reply]

>This board

Shaka when the walls fell

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f7a48b  No.31939

you. when his mom kicked him out of the basement.


53aff7  No.31942

(you) when no tendies came.


6fc013  No.31946

Speak the queens you dumb animals


09312a  No.31948

>>31946

Sperg, his autism unchecked


e2fddf  No.31950

File: 45e0068fa5416d5⋯.jpg (6.53 KB, 255x220, 51:44, what the hell, man.jpg)

>this thread

Moot, in 2015.




21a495  No.31941[Reply]

Does the original series still hold up or are you guys going to hate it too?

7d02ef  No.31943

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>>31941

I honestly only ever liked TNG when I was a toddler, and that was only the episodes with Data and Worf as the focus. Re-watching it now, the show has not aged as well as TOS and DS9, which have aged gracefully. At best only the seasons between 3 and the final one are mediocre to average in TNG, with the first 2 seasons aging like absolute dog shit. And Q is just so fucking annoying when compared to the seemingly super beings that Kirk would encounter and easily get rid of. Their sets have also aged like shit with DS9 and heck even TOS actually having a unique aesthetic (especially in the pilot for TOS) whilst TNG's sets are all generic, unimaginative, have aged like shit, or the worst offender being the inside of the ship which looks like the inside of a soccer mom's van.


9205e6  No.31945

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>>31943

Can't disagree with your points anon but TNG is still my favorite..


b5072c  No.31947

I don't hate TNG, but the problems >>31943 brings up are undeniable. I think when people look back fondly at TNG, they're remembering that handful of episodes which are truly top-tier, and among the best in the franchise. But there's a lot of mediocre filler in between those. And many mediocre episodes could have been far worse, were they not carried by Stewart's acting.


1d507f  No.31949

TNG is fine. It's just contrarians who hate it in favor of dogshit garbage like Enterprise.




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5e4c09  No.31732[Reply]

You know one thing I never understood is why they never had giant robots in either Star trek or star wars. You'd think that massive hulk's of destruction would make an interesting plot point, but sadly I've never seen them. Would you like some Mecha in star trek? Or have I just been watching too much Gundam..

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370d33  No.31923

>>31921

>why dont they have loader bots

In star trek they can just teleport everything where they need it to be.


845bce  No.31925

>>31923

I can't imagine using unreliable teleportation technology is cheaper than forklifts for moving cargo around on the ship.

Aside from issues with the reliability of the teleporters under various conditions, like background radiation, just consider that not all cargo can be teleported or replicated and consider how much of what can be, is lost in transporter accidents of various kinds.

It would certainly make sense for Starfleet to have something for moving around cargo and heavy objects in general, though possibly smaller than a modern forklift.


21944d  No.31928

>>31925

None the less in the shows all you see in cargo bays is stacks of shit and a transporter. Also they constantly harp on the transporter being safe besides it constantly duplicating people or turning them into children. I think it's safe to assume in the Star Trek universe they don't use forklifts because they have a transporter, are extremely lazy, and pretend it's safe even though it malfunctions in bizarre ways every other episode.


2be53a  No.31935

>>31925

well they have the small workbee vehicles that can be used for moving the huge stuff, and I think they've shown hand tools that use some sort of hover technology to let a person move a heavy crate around easily, sort of like the gravity gun in half life 2.


72182d  No.31940

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>>31925

>I can't imagine using unreliable teleportation technology is cheaper than forklifts for moving cargo around on the ship.

Would not be the first time the Starfleet's solutions turn out to be idiotic.

Pic only tangentionally related.




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374bbd  No.31689[Reply]

See title. Now I know Voyager is often overshadowed by the other series, notably DS9 and TNG, but it still beats Discovery by a long shot.

Anyone else think that the writers shouldn't have had the Vidiians obtain a cure to the phage? IMO they should have set them up to attempt to invade Qo'nos in the alpha quadrant after discovering that Klingons have immunity to the phage. Voyager would have to take responsibly of accidentally introducing the Klingons to the Vidiians (the latter who are infamous for their organ-harvesting practices). It could be neat to watch the Klingons face the threat of having their entire race harvested in a similar way in which the Borg attempted to assimilate Earth.

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bf1572  No.31932

>>31930

New TV doesn't count. You shouldn't be watching anything made after about 2005.


36de91  No.31933

>>31929

I'd amend this to four seasons after they git gud. TNG didn't become shit until S7, but S3 was also the first good season.


3345da  No.31934

>>31926

>but come on, have you even watched the show?

For five and a half seasons though after the mid point of 2 I was just watching it because /tv/ had a stream and the shitposting was fun /tv/ going to shit didn't help I could see exactly where it was going.

>Second season suffered from lengths in the building up to the Battle of Blackwater, which was one of the best battles in television, then you had stuff like the Red Wedding, Purple Wedding, Battle at the Wall, Oberyn vs Mountain, Tyrion trial, etc. which was all great and built up pretty good either.

Most of that is just repackaging the same basic when-suddenly-a-twist or unrealistic battle with sillier justification each time and slapping in the aforementioned overly dramatic monologues people think are good acting for some reason.

>They largely followed the books and when they inserted their own dialog it was usually fitting.

The books also got pretty silly honestly. See: Lady Stoneheart.

>I know you want to hate the show because it's normie stuff now, and you can easily hate season 5 to 8, I do too, they are pretty abhorrent and get worse the closer the show approaches its rushed ending.

Nice projection. I dislike any show of this sort including for example nu-BSG or SG:U both of which are far from normalfag tier.

All of these types of shows usually follow the same broad pattern:

>S1

Well written and planned out but writes a lot of its starting characters out and writes itself into a corner where any non-silly story would just wrap things up with an actual ending. Characters are killed off with generally good reason. If S1 was just a film, a trilogy or a mini-series it'd be amazing but it makes far too much money for that. Light amount of filler to make up the length if needed but usually that's an excuse for a fun side plot.

>S2

Remaining characters start to have their existing traits and motivations turPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


80f184  No.31936

>>31930

TNG was episodical and didn't have the budget of a summer blockbuster for three episodes. This was likely the reason for the shorter and shorter seasons, HBO always keeps their money tight, even for their flagship.


80f184  No.31937

>>31934

>Most of that is just repackaging the same basic when-suddenly-a-twist or unrealistic battle with sillier justification each time and slapping in the aforementioned overly dramatic monologues people think are good acting for some reason.

I disagree. The dialogs in GoT up to season 4 were genuinely good, see dialogs between Varys and Littlefinger about the "climb", dialog between Tyrion and Tywin after the Battle of Blackwater, dialog between Cersei and Sansa during the battle, Tyrion's monolog at his trial, etc. - honestly name a show that has better ones.

The silly justification is also wrong. Tywin's intervention was carefully built up, with him scheming in Harrenhall between a rock and a hard place, Littlefinger being sent to Highgarden, etc. - it wasn't a deus ex machina like the LOTR's ghost army, although it was presented as that in the episode for dramatic purposes.

>The books also got pretty silly honestly. See: Lady Stoneheart.

Didn't make it into the show but she's obviously in the books to spice up the Riverland/Tully story.

>If S1 was just a film, a trilogy or a mini-series it'd be amazing but it makes far too much money for that.

You have the great evil (White Walkers) and Dany's quest with the Dothraki introduced, obviously stuff that can't be solved in season one that was merely But brilliantly setting the stage for the War of the Five Kings, it would make no sense to make a mini-series out of it. The entire show built up to stuff happening in seasons 2-4.

>Remaining characters start to have their existing traits and motivations turned up to 11 to compensate, plots either get sillier or rehash what S1 did.

lol no. In season two you had characters being thrown in situations that made logical sense which were at odds with their character design: Theon as a arrogant young noble being humiliated by his father and sister and having to deal with a bunch of rag-tag raiding party of Vikings while pushing his loyalty conflict to the extreme, and Tyrion being made a ruler instead of a witty sidekick and then ePost too long. Click here to view the full text.




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8a848a  No.15576[Reply]

I thought I would start a general porn dump thread, but some of these lewds are so hilarious I feel this is going to turn into a thinly veiled comedy thread.

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71336b  No.31790

>>31719

it is a thing that happens when a creators vision outstrips their talent and they release the content anyways because it cannot turn them on, so the thought of the content turning someone else on is the only pleasure they can get.


7ad83f  No.31813

Looks like you people would enjoy the Smut Stories of the Pinwheel Universe written by Snekguy.


231134  No.31815

>>31813

>No link


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2fba14  No.31924

>>31790

But they're so blinky and wibbly wobbly. It's like I'm staring into the soul of an unlicensed Doctor Who t-shirt.




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554236  No.31905[Reply]

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061eb2  No.31922

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>>31905

>tfw made the entire team + logos + kits + a ton of the wiki

>tfw missed every single game bc of the time difference

>tfw I'll miss every game this time around as well

oh well. Still had fun making up a fictional divegrass team. Gotta update the wiki on the Weyoun subs at some point.




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60b5f6  No.24786[Reply]

So I recently finished rewatching Amok Time, and I recall hearing Spock explain to Kirk that the pon farr is part of an ancient tradition that comes even before the time of Surak. This got me wondering about the Romulans, whom we know left Vulcan during the Time of Awakening. Is it possible that the Romulans still wrestle with the pon farr, and that they might retain some of the same Vulcan traditions for dealing with it? What else do the Romulans and Vulcans continue to share in common with one another, in terms of culture and tradition, if anything at all?

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c792ef  No.31913

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5282e9  No.31916

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>>31913

Hmmm I still don't believe it, but whatever


c792ef  No.31917

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5282e9  No.31918

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>>31917

You gonna start calling me a kike too? Oh no whatever shall I do. I'm gonna get off this thread before it's derrailed any further.


c792ef  No.31919

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>>31918

I already did




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6f2129  No.25487[Reply]

Looks like Picard is returning in a brand new Star Trek series. However, isn't he old as FUCK right now? He's 78 and could literally die any minute. I don't see this series going very far. Plus, with the latest introduction of the pozzed Odyssey series, it's safe to say that any new St series will be pozzed as well. After all Picard is just another Trump-hating celebrity who would agree to anything that involves subverting the science fiction we all love with some queer revisionism.

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c6036f  No.31882

>>25594

It's a shame we'll never get more.


5a670d  No.31885

>>25487

>queer revisionism.

You must not have watched TNG, it already had LOTS of queer episodes


1ba1d1  No.31898

File: 9607dfceacd4eeb⋯.jpg (177.74 KB, 576x432, 4:3, spaceballs2.jpg)

crack cocaine costs money. i bet he uses a fake oscar as a dildo.


7ab18b  No.31901

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>>25516

Why the fuck hasn't it been cancelled? I couldn't even stomach more than 1 episode.


066f1a  No.31912

>>25516

To tell the masses that white men are all old and over. There will never be a new white actor action star. They don't want it.




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d9f6bb  No.30945[Reply]

If the federation is such an enlightened utopia why did one of her colonies degrade into a sate where planet wide roaming rape gangs made the rules the moment the replicators started malfunctioning?

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d6e6b4  No.31841

>>31836

>Angry at Riker calling him a tribble

>Using some kind of overbuilt double-dildo gun to stimulate his prostate

>Not just stuffing 2-3 tribbles up inside him and waiting for them to give birth.

What was his intention here?


885104  No.31842

>>31823

warp 30 yor brane gang raper


02b88b  No.31846

>>31841

>What was his intention here?

fag stuff


93ad3c  No.31856

>>31808

>celeb

>This guy built a company that has singlehandedly restarted the space race and introduced capitalism to the Final Frontier

What are you so afraid of?

>>31832

>What do you think memes are?

Meaningless. Memes never created anything except stupid internet videos that stick around for a year or two at most, and then are immediately forgotten.


a59f64  No.31866

File: 0663743de0dd155⋯.gif (369.99 KB, 300x302, 150:151, aving_a_giggle.gif)

>>31856

>federal subsidy welfare queen

>capitalist

Pick one and only one.

>Memes never created anything except stupid internet videos

>he doesn't have know the original definition of meme




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4785d7  No.31746[Reply]

>captain, Borg cube detected in our sector. we're the only ship in range sir.

>ensign plot a collision course for the borg cube. maximum warp on my mark. the relativistic effects of us ramming it with out mas will surely destroy it. ladies and gentlemen it's be an honor serving with you. mark

ez pz. especialy consideirng the ship is going to be destroyed trying to fight the borg cube conventionally any way.

seems the borg weren't all that powerful at all. wouldn't last a day against the klingons for example, considering how many of them would be willing to do kamikaze tactics as described above.

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9282b4  No.31845

>>31844

IIRC it's illegal to use warp in the solar system.


a3347a  No.31848

>>31844

OK, fair enough, in that case we can't build a 1 gram relativistic bomb and are stuck using impulse engines on a ~1000 tonne mass. Sustaining subwarp speeds on a setup like that would be no trouble for the tech and engineering of the show. If we can get it up to an impulse speed equal to around 0.3 to 0.5 C (no trouble at all from what we've seen in the show) then it will still be a planet killer with a fair amount of energy to spare. Hook it up to some kind of warp tug to deliver it into the target system without having to wait a few centuries for it to arrive. Heck, with an industrial replicator set up on the 'tug' you could have a cloaked ship arrive in system, hang about for the hour or so it took to replicate the weapon, then undock it (leaving the weapons computers to select the fastest collision course) and warp out without being detected.

It wouldn't even need to happen that close to the planet, where the enemy might have tachyon scanners to detect cloaked ships, you could fire it out in interstellar space and head back to base without ever working up much of a sweat.


371a48  No.31855

>>31811

From what I understand, the sole purpose of the "bubble" is to protect the ship from being instantly blasted to pieces by the first stray particle of dust or gas it runs into at FTL speeds. It's created by a deflector shield that, big surprise, deflects shit out of the way. But even if this plays a role in allowing Warp Speed to be possible (by essentially removing "space friction" from the ship) it's still not what makes it go fast (that's the purpose of the dilithium). It's still not an alternate dimension or whatever where you can go fast no matter what. Case in point: a ship that has lost its warp drive can only travel at sublight speeds even if it still has a deflector. On its own, this bubble doesn't do anything.

>>31834

>explain the Picard Manoeuvre

A plot hole, nothing more. Oh sure, they tried to patch it later by handwaving that ship's sensors usually travel FTL… somehow… but that didn't fix the fundamental issue that in 99% of the cases the bridge crew is basically just looking out the window.


a3347a  No.31860

>>31855

You can cover that plothole by assuming that they upgraded to FTL sensors sometime after that. Granted, you'd think they'd make a bigger point of it (light speed lag would play a significant role in space combat at any distance over a few million kilometres), but it's hardly the first or only thing that the writers missed.


24f82c  No.31865

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>>31855

You're conflating the shields and the warp bubble. The deflector shields do perform the task you're describing, but the warp bubble around the ship is unrelated to that, and is produced by the engines.




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07f589  No.29297[Reply]

If Star Trek is in the future, why doesn't it have anime in it? They still have books, movies, music from Earth, and holographic entertainment. They have paintings and instruments and topiary and statuary. But not a single Miku figurine–why? Japanese people still exist. Was it just stamped out as part of the process of global "Federalization"?

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4e0041  No.31492

>>31482

>Both highly overrated. Just because they make you read something in high school doesn't make it good.

Are you the same dude saying that anime is high art that will achieve immortality


88cf37  No.31498

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>>31368

As far as pre-shakespeare Tudor society would be concerned the respect and prestige that Shakespeares plays hold today would be about as strange as one of us travelling to the year 2600 and finding a society where well to do, educated, and cultured people were happy to make a point of how they bought tickets to a vid related tribute act. Then you check their academic network and find that several decades worth of their finest artistic and literary experts have spent their lives writing articles about the political relevance of 'The Real Slim Shady' and how it defined, predicted, and influenced everything that happened in the 20th/21st century.

>>31482

>Both highly overrated

The Prince is interesting when you look at it in its context - as a satire of the 'mirrors for princes' genre. It gets funnier when you look at how the phrase 'Machiavellian' is used in modern English. OK, I'll stop wanking now.


525cfd  No.31573

>>31482

>I want a version of DS9 where instead of a faux Frank Sinatra hologram they had a George Carlin hologram. Would have made things a lot more interesting.

Hell to the fucking YES. Him and Bill Hicks. They're the goddamn crown princes of stand-up.

And I want to see a renegade emotion-embracing Vulcan with a massively successful stand-up show touring human worlds. I like to think that when a Vulcan shakes off the emotional repression, they go all-in on their love for transgressive jokes. Imagine a pointed-ear Bob Saget. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MsCOUZxHPdw


8ad5da  No.31818

The nukes destroyed Japan and anime was lost.


c14bc6  No.31857

>>31818

>implying that anime exists only in Japan

You know damn well that Zef Cochrane has an anime figurine collection somewhere in that underground missile complex. Probably sleeps with a daki, too. Just one look at the man and you can tell he's a massive weeb.




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38851b  No.31727[Reply]

Season 1 having 15 episodes and season to being shy one and only having 14. Some folks wonder if it could spell the end of discovery, and the beginning of a new 5 year mission for captain Christopher Pike, lieutenant Spock and the rest of the crew of the enterprise.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vw9CHEbdfH4

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61adeb  No.31782

>>31773

>>31772

I think his solid friend that forwards correspondence via voices in the head is methamphetamine.


e5e10c  No.31810

A Sad Instant message Received for CA and Dad's Girls

Multiple MSM outlets in Multiple Cities received Calls Calls and more Calls from Anonymous Sources disclosing GES, our Holograms, Staged Events etc. Multiple Glitches occurred during MP speech in "VA" as well and I Guess a bunch of audience members saw.

Most of all that F'in Scares me, our Interior Innermost Bunkbed access #s, locations are Known Somehow.

Dan J. Truman Better Do Something F'in Fast bc ITS HAPPENING, and Many More are Picking and Piecing Together.

The Piers Morgan Vault I'view, Family/Children Photo was the worst F'in Idea. We Will Never Ever Ever F'in See the Sun again if we [4,10,20] don't make something happen.

Boring Bunkmate Getting back to work now.


3e1c86  No.31837

>>31766

>>31761

I can't believe this guy is supposed to be straight


35860e  No.31851

>>31762

>This is pretty good. He has a grudge going in his attitude towards the producer. I am getting there myself. Let's just see what comes next. We are down the rabbit hole.

Welcome, newfriend!


51dc0d  No.31854

>>31759

God, that episode was so fucking good. Never quite figured out whether the Vorta really ARE that incompetent, or if that was supposed to be a tongue-in-cheek parody episode. Assuming the former, it's a big reason why the Dominion lost the war.

>>31837

Gay men being girly is a bad stereotype based mostly on confirmation bias. Twinks are rarer than butch gays, but you just don't see the latter when they walk past you in the street because they seem normal. The "metrosexual" look has been in vogue since the late 90's and is only getting stronger as men have to appeal more and more to the modern woman who wants to be both dominant and feminine and therefore wants her man to be a parallel yet submissive.




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3bb0f3  No.31589[Reply]

>Specimens' soy levels are astronomically high

>reproduction procedure terminated

How do you handle this situation being an early 21st century North American male?

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>>31599

#shotsfired


4ee171  No.31604

>>31599

To be fair Obama is more of a homosexual cosmopolitan than a pavement ape.


0162c4  No.31614

>>31589

Vulcan nerve pinch probably.


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>>31589

How do you think we will end up with drug soldiers?


e61524  No.31827

>>31814

smell my finger




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