If you had to guess which one was hiding a boner
>go back in time.
>Take a clay tablet.
>Write gibberish syllables on it.
>plant it somewhere people will find it one day.
>People in the future will think its an unknown language and spend countless hours trying to figure it out.
there's been places where similar things have happened, namely shit people wrote down in the more preserved ancient towns, including a treasure trove of shit from Pompeii that includes everything from daily gossip to political commentary.
it's actually pretty funny that we get to see shit like "I'm fucking Lucius' wife" 2200 years later.
That's pretty much how the Voynich manuscript came to be
Why were Indo-Europeans so succesful, /his/?
Because chariots made it the most widespread language family in various parts of Eurasia, which inevitably lead to it being spoken by the civilizations that eventually rose in those areas, one of which conquered the world.
what does /his/ think of jean-paul sartre
Is economics a branch of the Humanities or is it an exact science?
Also, what would /his/ recommend to someone who's trying to learn economics by himself, at home, without the assistance of college classes? Is Mankiw's book "Principles of Economics" a good way to start?
Also, economics general.
>without the assistance of college classes
Why? If you just want to learn these things, there are plenty of free courses online from very reputable schools.
Here's one link I have saved.
>Also, what would /his/ recommend to someone who's trying to learn economics by himself, at home, without the assistance of college classes?
>People with freedom accomplish nothing but inevitably hurting themselves or others
>Freedom does not lead to happiness, rather the opposite
>Freedom is a worthless ideal spread by worthless idealists
is there an ideology with any intellectual backing that aligns with these points
What does /his/ think about Sister Wendy?
Is there a /his/ approved list of movies, or just /his/ related movies in general?
I'd like to watch something.
/his/ is not one person therefore there is no list of /his/ approved movies.
>I'd like to watch something
There are countless historical time periods, events, and genres that would make a film qualify as a /his/ movie. What are you interested in?
Something entertaining rather than a straight documentary as long as historical inaccuracies are minor, or hilariously wrong/"alternate history"/what-if taking place anywhere between the Age of Sail and the fall of the Soviet Union
Finding Private Ryan is unironically an excellent movie in this regard. Obviously there is bias towards the Americans but overall the structure of the army(s) and especially the nature of the combat is pretty spot on. But I'll be surprised if you browse /his/ and haven't watched it already.
Not so sure exactly how accurate it is, but Beneath Hill 60 is a nice WWI film about Australian sappers.
Brain's a bit blank at the moment so can't help you more, sorry!
Saw this on facebook, what is it referring to [Polish in England in 1940]?
Was the failure of the Pearl Harbor attack the BIGGEST military fuck-up ever, even more so than diverting the tanks in Barbarossa?
No, there were way bigger ones.
> even more so than diverting the tanks in Barbarossa?
Assuming you're talking about Kiev, that was the right move. The mistake was going back to Moscow once they demolished the pocket. Taking Moscow didn't win the war for Napoleon and it wouldn't win the war for Hitler. Keep pushing in the south.
By what possible measure could it possibly be considered...
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If in a country the two leading ideals are freedom and democracy, what happens if it's democratically decided to end freedom?
She actually looks just like my sister.
>tfw you realise you might be german
i am time traveler from 1941
how do we win the war?
>66. Napoleon and Hitler: two faces of the same coin, with devastation following at the end in either case. Why the extra hatred for the latter? Partly the far greater scale and scope of WWII over the Napoleonic Wars, partly the increased power in the means of war and the ensuing devastation, partly Jewish lies and propaganda. That no one studies history any more and therefore has no clue who Napoleon was and more importantly what he did, is not exactly helping either.
What did he mean by this?
>man who deliberately killed noncombatants on an industrial scale
>man who did not
>why don't people view them the same
If you think that the Holocaust never happened, just substitute Poles, Gypsies, gays, mental patients, or Russian POWs.