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As Summer has arrived, the 2020 Summer Cup approaches and /out/, if the board supports it, will participate!
First we must update the roster however, in the poll there are 7 potential new players you can vote on.
See the current roster here: https://implyingrigged.info/wiki//out/#Roster
Poll: https://forms.gle/BRDRZBZdsizn3NM8A

>what is this
A virtual football/soccer tournament the boards of 4chan participate in, with the players of the teams representing the board's culture/memes. Read more at https://implyingrigged.info/wiki/4chan_Cup
>I know a cool /out/ meme but it's not in the poll!
Drop it in the thread, suggestions are always welcome. If someone else supports your idea it can probably make it to the team.
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>>1819539
> rin shima
was originally known as Yurucamp Fire, it's about the tale of the anime inspiring some anon to go /out/ and accidentally cause a wildland fire
> i want to live innawoods
/out/ gets a lot of thread where people proclaim they want to start living innawoods and then expect /out/ to teach them how to
> /out/ patch thread
/out/ patches are an important aspect of the board
> /out/duck
https://yuki.la/out/1686125
> Hannold
Someone from the climbing general suggested this
> bear spray
Its effectiveness (especially compared to a gun) is a long running debate on /out/
> whipsnake
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAtzN_ScKXY

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>>1819567
>pic related
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>>1819565
>/out/ isn't main board
>main boards are /g/ and /biz/
>calls others faggot
Traps are faggots, faggot.
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>>1819583
need money to buy gear and I'll be setting up unaboomer cabin with memepad toaster powered by solar. It's a comfy blend of boards.
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Until recently gardening and fishing generals worked quite well as containment, anyone lurking there have any memes to offer?
>>1819555
> I'm pretty sure it is quite original.
Its simple and catchy, i think I've heard it many times in various tv hows and what not. Im guessing its something like an oriental chime that's known in /mu/ circles. I could be wrong but the tune is way to familiar to be oc in my book.

My wife wants to get more into survival training. She doesn't have her own knife yet and i want to get her one.

Her knife pp cant be bigger than mine though.

Shill away.
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>>1818449
Get a lightweight 4" blade and don't chop anything with it. You sound like you've got specific ones in mind. 3/16" is a good thickness for an all around belt knife, but it's no good for chopcrafting or smashcrafting. Bring the hatchet if you want to chop anything and a folding saw for the thumb-sized sticks.
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>>1818526
thank you
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>>1818388
U make that cuz i knapp
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>>1819027
'fraid not, it's from the same film as >>1818032
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0269347/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_2
(It's okay, not great, couple of nice settings)
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>>1819190
It's a fun film from a FMA perspective and the couple of nice settings are nice. What semblance of a plot is has only exists to set up more knife fights.

Summertime edition

Feel free to post tobaccos (no weed allowed), pipes, collections, pics of favorite combos for going /out/, pics of what you're doing with your pipe and any questions you might have.

Want to get into smoking pipes without spending too much cash?
Get a Missouri Meerschaum Legend corncob pipe and a pouch of either Prince Albert, Carter Hall or Half and Half tobacco, available at most drugstores.
What you'll need: pipe, tobacco, lighter or matches, pipe cleaners, and either a regular old nail or a pipe tool (combination tamper, scoop, and small pick).
All of these together should run you less than $20.

Having trouble keeping your pipe lit? Fill it with less tobacco and smoke it slower than you think you need to, lightly tamping as needed when the smoke starts thinning out.
If you're still having trouble, try filling your pipe this way:
https://youtu.be/0XHYPso7TXs


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Want to smoke but my wife wont let me. The struggle, lads.
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>>1819548
Pipe smoking is cheaper than having a wife
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>>1819548
just do it behind her back, slowly eroding the trust in your relationship
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>>1819562

Good idea
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>>1819034
Pipes or cigars, definitely.
Cigars are more socially acceptable for parties and whatnot. Pipes are better for a wider variety of flavors and are generally cheaper to smoke once you get set up (pipe tobacco is $15-20 for 25-30 hours of pipe smoking; one premium cigar is $15-20 for something that lasts 1-2 hours).
As long as you don’t inhale the smoke into your lungs, neither will get you very addicted. Just be aware of the signs of Impending nicotine overdose (headache, nausea, “wrung out” feeling) and stop when you feel it. You’ll be fine.

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My whole life I spent it as a some pale kid from a beach in Florida until I joined the Army and got stationed in Alaska. Basically like someone you would imagine from /g/. Most of the guys I was with did nothing but drink, party and complain about how terrible Alaska is. It wasn't what I wanted at first as I wanted to be close to home and party on the beach but I decided to take advantage of where I was and become more /out/. Before I started going /out/, I didn't even know how to pitch a tent or tie even the most basic knots. The people I've met, experiences I've been through, places I have been and climbs that pushed me hard made it all worth. Everyone thinks of Alaska as the final frontier that is secluded from everyone and that is 100% true. It's not the same as going to Yosemite or Great Smokey Mountains where there are tons of people on every hike. You can truly get the feeling of remoteness in Alaska if you go outside your comfort zone. I just feel like sharing some of those pictures & experiences instead of keeping them stashed in my phone.


Pictured is from the summit of Bold Peak overlooking Eklutna Lake - a glacial lake. Altitude 7552'.
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>>1818750
Hey man, you can always live on the outskirts of the big cities. There are small towns such as Palmer, Wasilla, Seward, Homer, Soldotna or even Fairbanks. None of these towns are anything remotely 'big city' or even city. They remind me of the small town that John Rambo shot up in First Blood.

>>1818709
Meh, some people make careers that revolve or support the oil industry. For example, my friend is a fire captain that takes 2 week rotations up in the slope and makes insane amounts of money.

>>1818789
Yes, that was the Harding Glacier trail right outside of Seward.
Pic is Black Stone Bay and it's glacier at 1am during Summer.
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Are Californians and Seattilites actually moving up there? God damn it
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>>1818844
not just them, it's like every trash state just up and decided they'd start moving in after that mccandless movie
california, seattle, new york, texans that have never seen mosquitoes before, but the worst of them all is the chinese that happen to be pregnant when they visit from canada and end up squinging out their bastard anchor kids

>>1818842
oh i know, people can make good money if they're willing to work, some guys will do double shifts and weekends on oilfields for half the year and quit for the other half
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>>1818651
>>1818653
Or you just didn't do that and don't give a fuck. Why do you hate your mom. Only city shitters hate their fucking moms. Loving ones family is /out/ go fuck yourself.
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>>1819552
The one with the AK-74 was for my mom, dude.

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need a new life jacket for canoeing any recommendations also all you have better have seen path of the paddle
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these are the best
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Ever been bullied for wearing PFD?
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>>1816790
No but I’ve got a lot of shit got not wearing one at local play wave. Totally unnecessary. Flat lead in. Flat runout into lake.
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>>1816790
No, I don't/out/ with insecure manchildren who feel the need to bully others about safety.

Be a role model.
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I have a 100mph pullover vest for my waverunner.
Rides high on my back it works for yaks.

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Hey /out/, every time I drive to hike on mt hood and start hiking my heart starts to beat really hard but then later it calms down and I feel like this is because of the thin air not providing enough oxygen. So my question is what food should I bring with me while hiking that would provide the nutrients like iron, protein, fat, that would make it so my body can make more blood cells? I would prefer cheaper things. My guess would be handmade fortified bread but I also considered mixing eggs and ground meat together and putting some kind of preservative in it like sodium acetate or salt.
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>>1819290
fat is good you fucking retard. anyone (like you) who acts like fat is bad is talking out their ass about diet.
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>>1819290
There's not many animals once you get high enough on mt hood but I have tried getting ants before.
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>>1818905
I do work on getting in shape and do cardio before hiking it's just that plus a healthy diet while hiking may help more than just cardio alone plus idk when I hike all the time, I'm a busy man some weekends I might not be able to hike for one reason or another.
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>>1819507
It's good if you suffer from iron overload, which most meat-eating men these days do to some degree.
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>>1818791
It's becouse you warm up.

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>>1809377 cont.
I ascended the Helags mountain in Sweden this weekend. Very beautiful view,
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Small 5 km2 regional park outside my town from earlier today. It's amazing how many cool new areas you find getting off the main tracks even after spending half my life in the park.

Also what camera would you recommend? Something compact and affordable, don't want anything high end, just for personal /out/ pics and of the family and dog. Only have an iphone 5 currently
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>>1817167
looks extremely comfy, god i have to make it out that way some day
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just returned from the sierras
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and a panoramic shot from tokepah falls area
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Like 10 days ago. Spent a few weeks living beach bum lifestyle in southern France. Somewhat tired of more out for the next weeks. For now I enjoy view from balcony to the mountains.

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How would someone go about killing a plant(for example, roses) with it looking natural? Asking for a friend.
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>>1819486
mix water and vinegar and spray it over the soil
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>>1819497
Or skip the mixing part
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>>1819497
wont it smell tho, also what ratio

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Every morning I am woken up by someone's lawn mower or weed eater. And every night when it gets cool I want to open my windows but my neighbor uses artificial firewood for a bonfire and the chemical smell occupies my room without fail even with woods between us. I want people to die
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>>1815357
That was me OP. If I don't mow the grass it's gonna get super long and you should be getting your ass up to do some work anyway. Also I like the smell of my firewood and if you don't you're a fag.

Lazy dick
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>>1816054
hilariously the largest lawns I see go to complete waste. no kids playing sports, no lawn parties. Just sq ft of boring green grass. Sparse trees, no flowers, and not even planting vegetables or fruits. Like I get having a clean patch of ground but sometimes the size and use is absolutely ridiculous. I saw some lawns in AZ that must have cost more than the house to upkeep.
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>>1816054
Purchase some goats, and rent them out to your neighbors. This is the real solution.
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every dipshit nigger in my neighborhood seems to be doing a renovation while on lockdown. I have lived here peacefully for years but in the last couple weeks it is BULLSHIT
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>>1816122
In the next 10 or 20 years battery technology might finally allow for electric mowers. They make them now, but I’m skeptical as to their ability to handle the lawns we have here. I’m not joking about how plush the grass can be; imagine living inside of a greenhouse.

Hopefully in my lifetime gas engines move out of fashion. It’s not air quality or the environment that’s my main concern, it’s the noise.

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i hope you're packing heat, anons
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>>1817796
Did he died?
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>>1818722
t. never spent time in bear country
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>>1818898
9mm mag dump to the face at that distance would kill the bear np
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>>1819237
yep
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>>1818898
how many times do you dumbfucks need to be corrected?

>We found seven cases where 9 mm pistols were used to defend against bears. All were successful.

https://www.ammoland.com/2020/03/update-handgun-or-pistol-against-bear-attack-93-cases-97-effective/#axzz6Ims0apg7

What’s /out/‘s consensus on spearfishing? I got my taste of it in Philippines when living with a Sama family but haven’t done much otherwise.
But now I’m considering buying myself some gear and jumping into the unclear waters around Oslo to see if there’s any big enough fish I can catch(cod is banned here btw)

How fun is it to do in colder climates? Got any tips and advice? Aside from wet suit, fins, mask, spear and weightbelt, what other gear should I get?

I know a little about freediving and calm swimming technique as I got PADI OWD
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My friend is super keen on this Gregory 65L pack (https://www.rei.com/rei-garage/product/162511/gregory-stout-65-pack-mens) as a cheap jack of all trades. It’s light, cheap, made by a reputable company, and suitable for day or extended hikes.

I just want one backpack for all /out/ activities, light enough for a day trip but capable of a multi-day excursion if I want. For the category, price, build, etc is this really a god tier choice? If not, what could compete with it?
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>>1808678
At least
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>>1816496
I have the 30 L jaakari pack. Bought it for £30 from some very nice boomer who bought like ten thinking they were going to be the next Bear Gryll's bushlarp then had to cut his losses. It's legit indestructible and you can throw any molle pouch on it. I bought one Savotta pouch for full price which was the same that I spent on the whole backpack and decided that, while a very good molle pouch, it was still just a molle pouch. I got the neato pre-FDF adoption version with the original leather patch too.
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>>1819202
lol people try to speculate on camping gear? i had no idea
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>>1818787
>extremely ul
something like a neoair xlite, x-mid 1p and ugq bandit quilt would comfortably do that for a reasonable price. just don't pack crocs for camp shoes and a whole trangia kit, nothing extreme required
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>>1816493
I bought a new daypack today actually for fishing and other day trips.

it's really nice, it's called a Meander 20L

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>Open tent
>see this
wat do?
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>>1818762
[spoiler]I'm actually a biological woman who hates trannies so whenever I'm accused of being one I always experience a mixture of amusement, offence, and a bizarre sense of affinity for the person accusing me of being a pervert.
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>>1817416
Yes, glad you recognized it. Makes follow up shots that much more interesting to make. Now please unzip your pants
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>>1818769
So if I call you a tranny you'll fall in love with me?
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>>1818769
That’s because you want to do bizarre sexual things, which is what a tranny is, but as a woman you’ll be looked down upon for getting freaky like that. And as such, you never know if you should just go for it (whatever “it” might be, probably pegging or being totally dominated, both far ends of the same spectrum) because doing so is inherently risky.
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For the "muh stoppin' power" fags here's two reminders that shot placement is the be all end all in terms of firearms.

Little boy gives a grizzly a mouth full of birdshot and stops it's charge
https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/jul/02/boy-11-shoots-charging-bear-to-save-fishing-party-in-alaska

63 year old woman drops a record breaking brown bear with a rusty old .22lr
https://www.ammoland.com/2017/06/bella-twin-the-22-used-to-take-the-1953-world-record-grizzly-and-more/#:~:text=Kokom%20Bella%20Twin%20is%20a,put%20Bella%20into%20the%20book.

tl;dr learn to shoot well.

Seriously, cheapest kayaks are nearly 800. Prices are marked up compared to what you’d find at Wal-Mart. And, perhaps worst of all, they sell you their used gear at a still ridiculous price.
>Also no hunting and fishing gear
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>>1818093
LL bean used to do that. Resisted changing their policy for a long time too. But they finally had to redo their return policy when people would come in, get completely outfitted for a trip, and then return all the stuff when they were done.
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>>1809448
Too bad our REI is smack dab in the ghetto of Downtown Denver. I used to bike to it all the time from the Cherry Creek path, but now there’s a literal slum right in the way that attack people for their bikes/packs if they get the chance.
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>>1809154
I always go the REI garage sale. nice discounts
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>>1809641
yeah, this makes sense
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>>1809641
I like my pot scraper though

Why does 'outdoors' have to be difficult?
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Different cult

They bolt

To my door

When they see

All the gore

And they realize what it really is to torture

A living tree
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>>1811119
It isn't.
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>>1811583
>>>/cgl/ is that way, anon
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>>1811123
Unironically this. Part of Hitler's platform was making outdoor recreation more accessible to the people and the jews put an end to that.
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>>1811119
it's not that difficult. I ran to the bottom of the grand canyon and back up in a day with a lightweight pair of tennis shoes


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