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/late/ art Anonymous 2022-06-30 (Thu) 07:49:25 No. 7350 [Reply]
Post some comfy /late/ art or recommend artists.
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124.187.103.178 A new search engine Anonymous 2022-08-20 (Sat) 08:48:43 No. 7788 [Reply]
>What is the link for the search engine? 124.187.103.178 >What can I use the search engine for currently? 1. Searching Australian Sites. 2. A Taste of the Weird Internet (the search engine does not find imageboards yet because they are on the IPv6 range) $0 budget, now a $20 monero budget. The next version design of this search engine is designed to find tor links, I2P links, IPv6 links and Domain Name Servers
Hello late.city, I actually enjoyed this place quite a lot. I remember posting here. I hope you enjoy using this and appreciate it for what it is.
>>7788 I need to take a better look at it, but it seems a funny thing to explore. Thank you for it, this next version with I2P support, I want to try it.
Yacy is cool, but not enough people use it for it to work.

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Comfy Late Night Movie Thread Anonymous 2022-08-16 (Tue) 02:11:53 No. 7758 [Reply]
Post your most kino, based, comfy, radical, or extremist movies here. We know our crowd here. We'll all probably like what you share. I'm going on a little vacation so I want to have some films to keep me busy. Can you share some of your favorites? I'll start with the first one and self bump to keep this active I guess!
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>>7768 >>7769 Dark City is simply fantastic. I watched first the standard version you'd find on a torrent site. Some years down the line I learned of a director's cut which added a bunch to the story. Well worth digging for that version if you're going to jump into it even first time. Similar to other films, the director's cut is clearly the defacto version any "film enthusiast" would look for. >LOTR/The Hobbit >The Matrix >Avatar Ok sure these are kind of pleb-teir it's all I can thnk of right now. But really there is some merit to those extended cuts vs their for-theater counterparts
>>7768 btw thanks. i'm checking into these now. got some hours free so I'm going to watch many of these. thx for your contribution
>>7777 You're welcome!

PYF Symphonies, ballets, operas, etc Anonymous 2022-08-05 (Fri) 21:14:52 No. 7691 [Reply]
Someone in another thread proposed talking about high culture. Having tried to cultivate an appreciation for these things over the last seven years, I'm no expert, but I have some favorites and a "top 50" list which is a good entry point, and illustrates some of the language in which music of this kind communicates: https://archive.vn/IjVLL A prefatory remark about getting into this sort of thing: there's a lot of context that's absent if you just listen to a piece on youtube. This is even true of symphonies: >[Beethoven's] Symphony No. 5 in C minor from 1808 has gone down in music history as the Symphony of Fate. It is a central work for the Beethovenfest, which this year has as its motto "Fate." [When asked about the opening motif of the Fifth Symphony, Beethoven] is said to have replied: "This is the sound of fate knocking at the door." You wouldn't guess that from listening, but if you listen once and then again with context, you probably get more out of it the second time. Some compositions are explicitly topical. Liszt's Faust Symphony, for example, is presumably not any sort of opera or ballet, but: >Liszt wanted to illustrate in music the essence of three main characters from Faust. Because of this I'd say the piece is a perfect example of program music (music that describes an idea or story). >Liszt chose to dedicate a movement to explore each character. The movements are: >1. Faust (Allegro, Quick), the disillusioned doctor whom the devil tempts into worldly powers and passion >2. Gretchen (Andante, Walking pace), a sweet, innocent maiden >3. Mephistopheles (Scherzo), the devil, an evil trickster And you get more out of it by learning the musical vocabulary in which these people thought:

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I mentioned Messiaen in some music thread a while back and him being my favourite composer hasn't really changed, particularly his Quartet for the End of Time, which he wrote as a prisoner of war during WW2. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVojbUao2ww&list=PL8oAJzPXGW51pG9YuP3Y-RTWznVVxUjs3&index=1) There's an aimless sort of wandering quality to the first movement that I've never seen accomplished in any other piece of music; among other things Messiaen uses isorhythms to make it feel like time has just been suspended. the piano repeats a 29 chord sequence over a rhythmic pattern using 17 notes. These numbers are both prime (being coprime would've sufficed), so the two patterns don't ever sync up during the piece, and you're left with this bizarre case of listening to the same thing repeatedly yet it's always malleable, unsettled, and wandering about. overall the quartet is a great listen if you're feeling depressed, especially the popular 5th mvt (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fbijWH_NB60&list=PL8oAJzPXGW51pG9YuP3Y-RTWznVVxUjs3&index=5) I've also been a really big fan of Shostakovich, his music was written under Stalin's totalitarian regime and the isolation and contempt he held was expressed incredibly through his music, especially in pieces which he wrote but never published since they would've put his life in danger, like Symphony no. 4 or his Violin Concerto. Though I think my favourite moment in all of his works is at the end of his Symphony 5, mvt 3 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EtTaDwMpdkQ&t=773s) where he has the harp (playing harmonics), the celesta and the violins accompanying those two. the combination is such a unique sound, this blend of eerie, ghostly, sad and elegaic emotions all at once. the movement ends with a picardy third which feels a bit clichéd and overdone by this point in the 20th century, but it's still comforting and we have to understand the symphony was written in the context of his work having been denounced harshly in the Pravda for being too "complex" "formalistic" etc...
>>7699 oh the shostakovich link broke cause it was in parenthesis. should be https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EtTaDwMpdkQ&t=773s
>>7699 Messiaen seems to have been quite a character! https://youtu.be/uFt2szkRiGI I can't say I enjoyed much of what I heard, but I understand why it sounds that way: he was painting.

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Describe "comfy" Anonymous 2020-11-18 (Wed) 06:39:49 No. 1708 [Reply]
what makes something comfy for you? if some alien came down and asked you what it meant, how would you describe it?
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>>1803 lack of pressure is a definite contributor to comfiness imo. i tend to feel most comfy at night after work, when i know i dont have anything i need to be up for in the morning.
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Its a feeling of assurance that all is right in the world, a moment where you feel secure and protected. Its comfort in a small world the comfy media produces
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRznUFFec3s For those of you who are new to /v/ there may be terms here that you’ve never seen used to define a game articulately] But there’s one term and it can mean A good great deal of many things And that term is of course called comfy This game is comfy for its atmosphere This game is comfy 'cause it’s lovely This game is comfy and that’s clear This game is bad 'cause it’s too comfy [Now that you're beginning to understand the intricacies of comfy, let’s break it down]

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holy shit im 17 Anonymous 2022-03-22 (Tue) 12:56:02 No. 6526 [Reply]
im only 1 year away from being a legal adult and 1 year away from getting piled with responsibilities and i fucking hate that shit fuck am i gonna do now ? i got no talents and if i can't get a house by the time im 25 im literally gonna game end myself because if i can't even get my own property i have failed in all of my ventures and there will be nothing for me in this world to do but goddamn i still haven't got rid of my laziness and motivate myself to do the things i want to do
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>>7721 happy to hear. wishing the best for you anon
>>6526 just turned 17 today. fuck
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>>6531 bro just be yourself and enjoy the path that life takes you. like >>6529 said, the expectations were ingrained into your head to make you strive till your last dying breath to achieve something while the system milks you dry of your humanity. don't go into this magical place called legal adulthood with the mindset that you MUST achieve some nebulous goal in order to be accomplished or content we're all rootin' for you

Relaxing games? Anonymous 2021-03-05 (Fri) 18:45:30 No. 3036 [Reply] [Last]
Do y’all know any games that are relaxing I’m getting bored playing apex legends and hitman 2 and 3
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>>7447 >Kentucky Route Zero loved this game, I thought about suggesting it earlier, but decided against it - it takes a lot of inspiration from 20th century literature (and art in general) which lots of people flat out hate
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I would play old tibia ots if i only could still play games Definitely works well if you wanna kill time. Kills it absolutely
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I just installed Doom RPG and Orcs & Elves on my old java phone. There's a bunch of old games like that on dedomil.net

Come unto thee all who perturb the night Anonymous 2022-08-04 (Thu) 09:03:23 No. 7664 [Reply]
make the darkness an ally and a friend. welcome to late.night any discussion here is fully based and welcome to interpretation. make of it what you will.
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La nuit accentue l'homme.
>>7667 yes it does, sir. there is something of somethinng around us. within us. between us. a something of something. heard sometimes in the sound of one instrument at play. there's a brilliance and a death in each note that vibrates off the string into the wind. into the breath of the wind like a sigh. it precipitates on our perceptions, unnamed. unsolved resolution. resolution building like white cumulus clouds above city skylines. stone and steel. above platforms and pedestrians. stonewalks and fountains. above pidgeons and passerby to be. building more mysteriously than the unseen pressure of air that builds over idle sunporch afternoons. can you /sirs/ appreciate poetry ultimate or? this is not mine but i wish it was. i feel their words
>>7679 please tell me someone can identify this.... i feel that it's an important poem. maybe someone will tell me otherwise. i just can't help but discover these as i continue my late night walks through the city. anyone else get comfortably /cozy/ in your local nightlife?

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alright fellas, i just got stoned. what do i do with the rest of my evening? Anonymous 2022-08-01 (Mon) 02:44:59 No. 7613 [Reply]
inb4 any and all shame for smoking. you're all too cool for that anyways so thx i like me some THC every now n then. really seems to suit early mornings or late late nights. i try not to use outside of those periods of the day. but here we are...
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>>7643 what do you do? i sell loans french huh! very cool i want to go there someday soon. french foods hit the right spot. not the sophisticated fancy food, however. i like your soups and bread culture. also you shouldn't worry about how fluent you are in the language. english has become so bastardized i can hardly recognize it as my own first language. speak to any of us the you are currently and we'll understand you perfectly fine.
>>7614 i ended up getting the kefir! it's pretty dope actually. definitely not what i was expecting when i took my first few sips but my guess wasn't far off either. i like that the bottle i got says "in many parts of the world, kefir is considered the champagne of dairy products" highly recommend
wanderlust here anyone have some opera recommendations? keeping myself busy tonight listening to some modern symphony performances. i can get down with operas as well so send them my way if you have them. i also quite like forein ones so long as there are subtitles here's one of my favorite https://youtu.be/Q4Q0Xt2VLE0

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Anonymous 2020-05-13 (Wed) 01:58:00 No. 860 [Reply]
I have a dark fascination with this seemingly 'end of the world' status we're entering. Will the future hold death or solace? I don't know.
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>>7049 >I just wish people had more of a sense of community in the real world. Although I'm not religious, that is one thing I envy about some religious groups. Some of them do look out and care for one another. They really feel like they belong somewhere, and to someone. Every attempt I've made just to make new friends post-high school goes nowhere while my old friends drift away. I've accepted my life will probably be in mostly solitude at this point.
I used to worry, then I got older, now I don't worry anymore. I'm old enough and live in a place in the world good enough for things either not going to matter for me or if things collapse fast being able to claim that I had a good run without too many regrets. A big part of the people around me are old and I can say from observation that getting too old sucks anyways. Thankfully I don't have children (and don't plan to) so I don't have to worry about them having to live through the worst of it.
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No end of the world is coming really, but ride the tiger brah if you feel like so

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new newfag here Anonymous 2021-01-24 (Sun) 23:45:42 No. 2368 [Reply]
stumbled upon imageboards about a month or 2 ago , found this one a couple of hours ago , seems pretty chill its not late late but like late enough to emerge and say hi lol. amny advice for a ratard like me coming into a place like this? thx
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>>3578 based
>>2466 Minecraft Alpha is max comfy. Honestly, Notch should've just stuck with the oldschool/low-res look. Even later versions before he sold the game looked weird with more detailed textures on square everything. That and adding the brightness slider took away any fear of the darkness because you can see everything outside at night even without torches. And while I know there's better farming methods, I still use X's farm design or similar on occasions I play MC again. It's comfy and it works. In Beta when Towny/RPG servers were common I used to build houses with deep basements and just layer farms using glass to get sunlight all the way down.
>stumbled upon imageboards about a month or 2 ago Man, get away now. For your own good, dont start it if you can

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Anonymous 2022-07-22 (Fri) 14:39:34 No. 7525 [Reply]
reports seem to be broken! ; ;
>>7525 The report system has been broken almost since the move from 8ch. If the website was faster it would probably matter more, but as is we can clean everything up without the report queue working. It should be fixed when we upgrade lynxchan, but I don't have the time to figure that out right now.

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Anonymous 2022-01-01 (Sat) 21:10:31 No. 6023 [Reply]
What do you think of Joaquin Sorolla?
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>>6023 Never heard of them
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>>6023 Hey sorry to resurect this thread. Joaquin Sorolla is one of my favourite painters ever. I had the chance to see some of his paintings at an exhibit in 2016.
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>>7455 I wish people would resurrect more threads, there are lots of good threads that could use a second chance. I wish it was more obvious where the catalog was. https://late.city/late/catalog.html Anyway, I had a read about the fellow. https://wikiless.org/wiki/Joaqu%C3%ADn_Sorolla?lang=en He is a pretty cool guy

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LAIN STREAM PARTY Anonymous 2021-07-21 (Wed) 02:48:43 No. 5027 [Reply] [Last]
The annual independent SEL stream, American side. Tune in to https://cytu.be/r/thelainstream/ on September 21st 11:59 PM (2021-7-22 3:59 AM UTC) to watch Serial Experiments Lain with anons from all around the webring and beyond, English subtitles included. No sign-up required, just hop in!
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>>7400 It was subbed in Portuguese. >>7405 Will try this one.
>>5027 this thread kinda sucks. can there be a new thread made when the next party happens, with the password posted accordingly? i can archive this thread when the next one happens too if that works.
I can't believe I missed it this year. I had so much fun last year. My life has been very turbulent and like other events that had dates I mentally got the dates wrong for some reason. I thought SEL was happening later in the month. Hope to see you next year OP!

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How do i become a workaholic Anonymous 2022-04-07 (Thu) 06:07:16 No. 6600 [Reply]
im sick and tired of being a dysfunctional lazy cunt i'd rather become a dysfunctional workaholic that actually gets shit done
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Start reading non-fiction books! Explore practical topics that both interest you and that you can apply to the real world, and before you know it getting better at things doesn't feel like work :) Computer science books, chemistry books, math books, financial management books, physical fitness guides, etc can all be a lot of fun if you give them the chance <3 also drink more coffee to do dumb things but faster and with more energy!!!
>>6600 If you're currently unemployed you could try getting a part-time job. I tend to get lazy when I'm not doing something, and get more productive when I'm already in the habit of working.
>>6600 Basically what you want is to live kind of like someone who has agency (ie, you want to make money) without the discomfort of having to be your own person (ie, you'd rather be acted upon by an involuntary compulsion than have to practice agency.) Most are so inured by a lifetime of institutionalization that living like an actual human no longer seems like a real possibility. It seems to be like shining sunlight onto someone who's been caged in a dark basement all his life; the very idea of freedom is excruciating and incomprehensible. Shit is fucked my dudes.

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Bike Owner Avg Income Vs Car Owner Avg Income Anonymous 2022-06-30 (Thu) 02:55:47 No. 7344 [Reply]
Can some of you find statistics relating to the above topic? Is it safe to assume your life is over if you do not own a car?
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Personally, I have a poor man's car because I live in the country and I need a car to work. I also have a mountain bike because you know, riding a bike is fun. Your question is way too generic, I don't think we can have a specific answer to this question. I know poor people who own a car (even more so when you can buy it on credit) and rich people who own a bike. As others have said, it depends on whether you live in the city or not. When I lived in the city, I didn't use a car because public transportation was enough for me.
But can anybody find statistics for the related topic?

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What is The Name of This Song Anonymous 2022-06-27 (Mon) 19:41:29 No. 7323 [Reply]
Shazam and Imgops haven't returned squat.
>>7323 Maybe some homemade tune. If you like this kind of music look for Nujabes and all the chill-hop trend mixtapes on youtube.

the end Anonymous 2022-04-30 (Sat) 07:04:03 No. 6696 [Reply]
late it happened i dated the boy of my dreams (since January) and now he just left me I feel so alone it was going so well I dont know what to do anymore
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Holy fucks, what has this thread become ? We should give OP some genuine advice that'll help them in the future. OP, there's thousands of people out there and you will meet other boys that could end up to be better boyfriends than your ex. If i can give you one piece of advice tho, do not idolize someone your really interested in, you can very easily get disappointing, and try to start to control your feelings before being in a relationship with that person. I hope you get better and have better relations
>>7108 I meant "disappointed", not "disappointing" sorry, i was in a rush when i wrote this.
>>6696 Excuse me, if you're still checking this thread.. My boyfriend of 2 years dumped me, cheated on me and assaulted me all at the same time you lost your person. Mine, despite his issues, was the love of my life. I truly never thought he would turn into the monster he did and I can't recover, yet. Um, if you'd like to talk to another person going through something similar reply to this and I'll drop a throwaway email address.

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/late/ photography dumpster diving Anonymous 2021-02-09 (Tue) 04:35:00 No. 2595 [Reply]
There's loads of photo blogs out there and different boards for it. Go to one of them and start digging to find new /late/ pictures. Real pictures only. No CGI or animation.
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The images you have posted are edited and manipulated to the extent, that they are basically CGI, real world doesn't look like that does it?
>>2623 hey have been photoshopped but they're not cgi
Woah autistic bot is autistic.

Radio Anonymous 2022-06-17 (Fri) 23:29:58 No. 7174 [Reply]
Oh hell yes! LateStation is back!

Anonymous 2019-08-14 (Wed) 02:34:34 No. 39 [Reply] [Last]
Music thread.
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Driving through the warm night in the countryside. Windows open, high volume.
>>7113 Love this band. Nice to see them here. Don't think I've heard this one before, their stuff is difficult to find.
>>7166 Thanks to the internet, a lot of material resurfaced here and there. As most of their discography was bootlegs, you can find them on some torrent trackers or soulseek. This album (Neu Products Era) is pretty damn good and this version of Enter The Miror is one of the best. I listened to it repeatedly for almost 3 hours this afternoon. Look at >>7021, good band to, less noisy and more sadness inducing but very good to. The guitarist (Maki Miura) played with the Rallizes.

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Urbex thread Anonymous 2022-03-29 (Tue) 18:11:08 No. 6569 [Reply]
Post some urbex pictures, videos or stories.
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>>6570 Looks like a nice view judging from those last three pictures.
There's not a lot of stuff within short distance of me that's abandoned or worth exploring, but I might drive out to further cities if there's anything worth checking out. The most I've done is exploring schools after hours (at least on a school night there's the risk of being caught by faculty still there who could catch you snooping around), explore some closed off storm drains, and years ago there was construction on the freeway ramp nearby. That was probably the most fun and I did that a few times before construction completed. It was really dark out when I'd explore, and I still had a flip phone at the time so my pictures all came out black. Climbing on the dark side of the ramp to stay hidden didn't help for pictures either. You could climb to the top as no cars could drive on it yet and even climb inside the machines. I could see into the bedroom windows of some houses nearby, and I was too far away in the dark for them to see me. (Sadly no one did anything interesting. It was usually just people lounging in bed fully clothed watching TV before going to sleep.) Due to some issues getting back home one time I did have to trespass through a backyard. Would probably be scarier now due to more homes having Ring cameras or similar, but even then I chose the most abandoned looking one.
>>6570 Nice. I'd love to explore an abandoned factory but everything here is in operation. My best bet would be to just find whichever one is the quietest and hope security is minimal. Not really interested in dealing with security though unless I know the area well enough to find good hiding spots.

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Anime Anonymous 2020-03-05 (Thu) 19:44:01 No. 646 [Reply] [Last]
hey /late/, what are some of the earliest anime you've watched?

also, which series (current/past seasons) are meant to watch /late/ at night?
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>>3716 >3gp >wap sites boy, brings back memories
>>3716 >>6194 I've never even seen downloads in native 3gp. The lowest quality I saw was usually 144p/240p mp4 downloads. I'd do that for shows I liked in high school and used an awful freeware 3gp converter if I wanted to play them on my phone.
>>1089 if nobody remembers, it didnt happen!

Anonymous 2021-12-26 (Sun) 03:20:02 No. 5971 [Reply]
Why is it a criminal offence to not help someone who is dying in the street? In Serbia you can get up to 8 years in prison for ignoring a dying person and in a lot of european countries you get six months to 5 years. Why is this a crime? I don't see how it should be unless you caused the person to be dying in the first place.
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>>5985 And you can even be charged with murder if you ignore a dying person despite you not being the person who stabbed them
>>5985 >>5986 Well, fren, that is pretty messed up. As a NEET, I can only advise you avoid normies as much as possible. Sadly, until Christ comes, we are going to be living under retarded laws for quite awhile.
>>5971 The logic is that you could've saved the person but neglected them instead leaving them to die. >>5976 In the US, you are protected under the law if you attempt to help someone in need but injure them, but many people don't care enough to help, don't know how to help, or are afraid to be sued in this sue-happy country. (Even if you tried to save a life and failed, you're fucked if you're taken to court and found guilty of murder and can't sufficiently prove you were being a good Samaritan.) Off-duty doctors also won't usually get involved because good Samaritan laws don't always sufficiently protect them against potential malpractice accusations. If a doctor loses a malpractice case, they'll face fines, jailtime, or even losing their medical license. This isn't an issue for good doctors working within a hospital and having their medical equipment, but on the street on a day off without all their medical supplies? They're fucked in a region that makes no distinction between helping someone on the clock vs off the clock.

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Wallpaper thread Anonymous 2019-08-13 (Tue) 04:27:37 No. 17 [Reply] [Last]
It has to be done
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