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    It all started, in a time when people had brains and common sense not much else. 

    He was a contemporary man, he was a good, solid user. He was the type of person to say things like "how was your day?" and respond to it with peaceful words. Many liked him, he always followed the crowd and was a popular kid around. There was times when he could be salty, sometimes you could hear him saying "my day was bad, please don't annoy me".

    But, then it all changed suddenly. As the legend goes, he woke up one day and thought to himself, 'I am a boring fella, I need to change my ways'. He got up from his bed and moved 6 inches, then decided he was too lazy to move anymore; he stopped moving. 

    It was all but 3 hours later of thoughtful words, speaking to himself about life problems. He decided to move, this time making it far enough to get some delicious energy into himself. The kitchen was only 7 meters away, yet he found himself struggling once again. A glorious 5 minutes later he makes it there, and spotted something in a far corner of his kitchen. It was, a banana. The thoughts started running through his head, "what can I do with this beautiful piece of gods fruit?" The ideas started to make his pants grow, slightly. He never knew he could be such a thoughtful person, with many excellent ideas coming straight to mind. 

    Stepping closer to the banana, he knew what needed to be done. He thought "back to bed, I need to go", and without second hesitation, that's what he done. Once back in his bedroom he started up his Master Race PC, went straight to Edge™ browser, pulled up his favorite furry website.  He looked through the categories, and found one epic category. Catgirl. While beating the meat, and using the banana, in, lets say, odd ways; he decided that it was his new favorite thing to think about.

    He, eh, finished. Tissues cleaned up, bed made. Glory time has stopped, he then proceeded to exit life.exe and startup Garry's Mod. He stumbled across the servers of the one and only WarZone.gg, and here we are. 

    Part 2 to come, adventure time is only getting started. 

  1. puk413
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    Over the past two week I've seen a shitload of movies during my camping trip, about one a day. I'll be sharing my opinions on them over the course of a few blog posts here.

    Movie #1 LabyrinthAfbeeldingsresultaat voor Labyrinth movie

    All right this one is an old childrens movie. And it's main selling point is David Bowie being the main villain. And I've got to say I really liked this movie. It's about a Girl wishing that her little brother would be taken away by the goblin king, so he does. Then she goes on a journey through a labyrinth to the goblin town and the castle of the goblin king to get her little brother back. Now on the way some shit happens and it's quite a good watch, mind you the girl is a pretty bad actor but the puppets and shit make up for it, also David does a pretty good job at being entertaining. I liked this movie quite a lot.

     

    Movie #2 The Nightmare before ChristmasAfbeeldingsresultaat voor Nightmare before christmas

    I fucking love this movie, the visuals are a bit dated by todays standards but I like that. The songs in it are fucking great and the story isn't even that bad. It's about the pumpkin king wanting something else than just Halloween and then stumbling across Christmas town, then shit hits the fan. I really, really liked this movie.

     

    Movie #3 Moanaimage.jpeg.0c2e798d638bc5121206d4788a1cb5c0.jpeg

    All right this movie gets waaaaaay too little exposure. It's fucking great, I think the best movie disney has made in a long time. The songs are fucking great, the visuals are beautiful and the story feels like a real story as well, like a proper legend. The story is about Maui stealing the heart of tahiti and basically fucking over everyone. Then Moana get's chosen by the ocean to find Maui and bring him and the heart to Tahiti to make him put it back. it's a great fucking film and I really enjoyed watching it.

     

    Well that's all for this time. Three more next post

  2. Okay, so for those unfamiliar with the term, "freeballing" is basically "going commando", meaning you wear swimming shorts, short shorts, jeans shorts, sweats or basically any type of clothing without underwear, that kind of freely displays your manhood for all the bitches to see, or makes your penis-line (as it's officially known) very visible :emofdr:

    It is an old thing, but has become quite a popular fetish in the past few years, and I fucking love it!

    How about you? xD
    Feel free to vote on the poll, all votes and voter names are private!

  3. i was planning to do music kit on this year and i wanted to ask questions

    1-what is the difference between "main menu" and "Team selection

    2- does the music kit "main menu" must be from 2min to 4min (i see that some of music kits use the same as team selection and idk if i must do that)

    3-what should i do after i finish my music kit ??

    if i do win i thnk every one of the community 

    sorry for broken English

    your beloved 

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    |WZ|LERROY JENKENS :)

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    i hate it, if i get rdmd, we need more admins

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    I'm just nobody. Why doesn't anyone care? It is because I am irrelevant... *sigh*

    But I would like to thank the community for being awesome and I hope to stay for a while. 58e55620cf78c_th(3).jpg.55095afce903829f5a5bf793af0b0997.jpg <------ This is what my life has come to

  4. puk413
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    This blog entry will be all about a meme. A pre-internet meme as a matter of fact. It's about the meme kilroy was here popularized during the second world war.  Afbeeldingsresultaat voor kilroy was here

    This is Mr. Chad who is often seen with the phrase Kilroy was here. He began his life as a character by a cartoonist and probably predates Kilroy was here. However no one knows for sure since the exact origins of the meme are unkown there are theories however and I fully encourage you to look them up and choose the one you believe. 

     

    Mr Chad was something doodled by British soldiers and is often seen complaining about something. It follows a basic format being: Wot? No X. X being something to complain about not having as seen below.

    Afbeeldingsresultaat voor Wot no leave mr chad

    Story has it that when American soldiers went to brittain to train they saw this man and started using it themselves. As the war went on numerous doodles of mister Chad with the phrase Kilroy was here were seen on the western front. The drawers were often anonymous. It was a sign of hope for the soldiers, because no matter how bad it might get, Kilroy was there and he got out of it as well. 

    Eventually Hitler got wind of this Kilroy and wondered who he was. Thinking it was an American secret weapon or super soldier he ordered an investigation on the subject. 

    When FDR Churchill and Stalin met in Potsdam they had a VIP bathroom which only they were allowed to enter. Stalin was the first to enter and when he left he asked in russian: "Who is kilroy?" Apparently when they allies took Potsdam a soldier drew him there. 

    After the war Mr. Chad was drawn on all kinds of places. People saw it as a race to quickly draw it on the most impossible of places. Reportedly Kilroy has even been on the top of Mt. Everest. Landmarks were a primary objective of these pranksters. But often when one of them approached a landmark they often discovered Kilroy had already been there. Kilroy has even been to the WW2 monument in Washington.

    Afbeeldingsresultaat voor kilroy was here \

    He is still being spread to this day. I myself have found him numerous times, and I would like to ask you to keep an eye out, for you never know where kilroy has been.

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    Have you ever seen a red circle or a red arrow in a YouTube thumbnail? They exist. And what do they do there? They point out the painfully obvious. But it's for the views. They are only there to make us click on the video. I'm sure you have all heard of Durv (the kid youtuber that clickbaits too much), almost every single video he has uploaded has a red arrow. Why? Because it draws in more views. Thank you for taking the time to read about me complaining about red arrows and circles.

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    Chaotix
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    Well this is going to be a doozy.

    You're not going to see me complain about YouTube itself (as if enough people already did that), but rather some of the absolute shit people post there. So one night, I was browsing YouTube on my phone whilst watching a video and then I see this. (The rest is in there, don't worry!)

     

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    For context, look at the second "recommended" video.

    This legit makes me want to wonder what in the hell people like nowadays. Not only does it have LITERALLY 9,999,999 VIEWS when I took this screenshot, but it's the THIRD OF A SERIES?!

    Nah, I'm kidding.

     

    Those who have a keen eye and notice patterns quite easily will notice that the 9,999,999 views is actually the uploaders username. Almost fooled me to be honest. What honestly makes me blame YouTube over everything else is the fact that it was recommended which makes no fucking sense because A) I haven't watched an Undertale video for around 3 months, B) I wasn't searching up any lewd things, get your mind out of the gutter and C) How many people DID fall for it? Whilst I didn't actually tap on it myself (and I'll be honest, I don't really want to), I can imagine a lot of young children and people who have weird fetishes for anthropomorphic blue fish with eyepatches clicking on the video only to be, you guessed it, CLICKBAITED! The only reason I can guess this popped up in my recommended was because of it's tags, and it makes me wonder why YouTube hasn't took any action on those who abuse tags to get into peoples recommended feeds. It's sad too, because it's a really simple and easy solution. Look at the title AND the tags, as well as maybe a couple comments here or there.

    Oh, and don't think I'm leaving ads out of this, far from it.

    Holy hell, the ads on YouTube are almost as cancerous as some of the videos on YouTube. Not only do we have the infamous weight loss scam going on here, but I've seen an ad so far about exploiting a bug on a CS:GO website, an ad on how to get "free" Steam money and one that told me how to win free CS:GO skins. ogmf giv me sum fre csog sknis pls!!!!!!!1!!1!one!!!!exclamationmark!!

    Again, these ads are catered to what you watch. I don't play CS:GO, but I do watch a lot of videos about them, which is probably why these ads appeared. After I stopped watching them, I noticed they never appeared again, so that's something I suppose.

    YouTube is the most popular video uploading site, and it's easy to see why. A pleasing user interface (if a little inconsistant), an amazing player which can compress on the fly, and a really healthy community. However, more and more people are leaving YouTube and again, it's easy to see why. False copyright strikes, easy to clickbait, so much goddamn drama, and other things of the sort.

    I can't think of a good reason to fully appreciate what YouTube's done thus far.

    ~Chaotix_

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    Spoiler alert: I'm obviously gonna talk about stuff that happend in Season 4 of the BBC series Sherlock, so if you haven't seen it yet: 

    1. Shame on you

    2. Watch it now. I'll wait.

    3. Come back to finish reading this. Or don't, do whatever you want.

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    Well to start things off, I was happy that between the long wait for the new (and last?) season of Sherlock, there was the "The Abominable Bride" episode to keep things interested. Apart from the fat Mycroft, the episode's main focus was on the fact that mister Jim Moriarty couldn't have survived the event that happend in the season 2 finale, The Reichenbach Fall. Of course I thought he was gonna return in season 4, like everyone else, but when he did, and the way he did, it made me a bit sad. The only time we really see Moriarty in this last season is in a flashback. Of course this was done perfect, when Moriarty came flying in the scene, with once again great music playing, I thought he finally returned. But then he didn't... when it was really a flashback of 5 years ago. That made me wonder, did Moriarty really not have a back-up plan when he was up on the roof with Sherlock back in season 2? I mean, he shot himself in the head to create a dillema for Sherlock, which was great and brilliant. But you'd think that someone like Moriarty, with his level of genius and his resources, would have seen this coming and make sure he would easily survive the Reichenbach Fall. 

    Andrew Scott, the actor who plays Moriarty, said that the "lack" of Moriarty in the whole series is done on purpose to keep things interesting. He compared it to The Silence of the Lambs, Anthony Hopkin's awful villain is only in it for a short part of the movie, but that's what makes it great. So yea, I guess you could see this as the same thing, yet I was really looking for more Moriarty scenes, I love the way Andrew Scott portraits this character. 

    moriarty.png

    So episode 1 seemed like a calm start to me, even tho there was this assassin guy coming after Mary Watson. The plottwist in the end of the episode wasn't really that shocking to me, not because I saw it coming, but because it wasn't really that interesting in my opinion. The thing that did kinda suprise me, was Mary getting shot. I was sure the secretary was gonna shoot herself in the head to avoid prison, but instead she shot Mary. Poor Mary :( I do think the way Mary was used in the next episode was nice, I think it gave closure to John as well as the viewers. Speaking of the next episode...

    Toby Jones did a really good job of playing a creepy rich guy. Did I mention he's also a serial killer? I liked the way Toby Jones portrayed Culverton Smith, with his rich man attitude with a real fucked up side. Telling children in a hospital how the Queen of England could be a serial killer if she wanted, she has enough resources to cover it all up. The episode is also nice because it does what it was made for, making Sherlock and John close again. This was one of the episodes where Sherlock's intelligence was used brilliantly to catch the bad guy, who was of course suprised Sherlock had bested him. Anyway, good job Toby Jones. 

    culverton.jpg

    Instead of Moriarty as the big villain, it was revealed that it was actually Sherlock and Mycroft's sister, Eurus Holmes. Looking back, the way she was introduced was really done the Sherlock way. We had seen her three times without realising (Woman flirting with John Watson on the bus, acting as Culverton Smith's daughter, John's shrink) before she revealed her true identity. I did like Eurus as the main villain, but I was a bit confused by the ending. Not because I didn't understand what happend, but it just felt a bit weird to me. I loved the fact that she took over the whole island from within, but then suddenly we are at Sherlock's old home and John's almost drowning. Of course it all makes sense since the answer lies there, so Sherlock can finally put all the pieces together, but in my opinion it wasn't the best ending. 

    eurus.jpg

    Then after Eurus has been detained again and the case seems closed, another message from Mary basically says to all the viewers: That's it. Sherlock and John will continue to solve many cases, but we probably won't show any. Oh yea, and remember the season 3 cliffhanger with Moriarty? Yea he really died 2 seasons ago. Sorry. 

    Anyway I want to end on a positive note, because although I'm a bit sad that this is probably the last we'll see of this version of Sherlock, I really enjoyed watching it and it's one of my favorite series. 

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  5. In Exchange 2013, Users can upload a picture and this will be used in Outlook and Lync/Skype for Business. Other scripts on the Internet appear to simply extract the thumbnail from Active Directory which is no good as it stores a 48x48 version and is stretched to fit in various places in Windows. So, another solution is needed. I created a script based on the one I found here: http://blog.jocha.se/tech/ad-user-pictures-in-windows-10

    This will ensure that when a user sets a photo in Exchange, it will also appear as their Windows picture.

    Example:

    Outlook

    17463b3ae1ce4b16a1ea930d29c958e8.png 

    Skype for Business

    0105c8bf7d2c41cbb484e8b09d50725a.png

     

    The script will set:

    08c06951e54c4bb79e976513d7374572.png 

    However I re-wrote the script so that if the user does not have a picture, it simply wont set it and use the default Windows 10 picture. This could be modified to use a corporate photo if you need, this shouldn't be too difficult.

    So this requires scripts in two places. Firstly on the Exchange Server and secondly on each client with Group Policy.

    On the Exchange server you wish to use for Picture deployment, go to C:\inetpub\wwwroot

    Create a folder called "UserPhoto" and give the local user group full control.

    In a web browser, navigate to https://myexchangeserver/UserPhoto

    You should get a 403 Forbidden Page, this means the directory is working as intended.

    The next step is the Exchange Powershell script. You can put this where ever you want, but for the blog, I will be putting it in C:\Scripting\Tasks

    Below is the script to export User Photo's from Exchange, save them as a jpeg file to C:\inetpub\wwwroot\UserPhoto

    
    
    
    Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.Exchange.Management.PowerShell.SnapIn
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    #Remove old pictures firt :)
    
    
    
    Remove-Item "C:\inetpub\wwwroot\UserPhoto\*" -Force
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    $mbs = Get-Mailbox
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    ForEach($mailbox in $mbs)
    
    
    
    {
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
        Try
    
    
    
        {
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
            $photo = Get-UserPhoto -Identity $mailbox.Alias -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
            if($photo.IsValid -eq $true)
    
    
    
            {
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
                Write-Host $mailbox.Name
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
                $fName = $mailbox.SamAccountName.ToLower()
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
                $photo.PictureData | Set-Content "C:\inetpub\wwwroot\UserPhoto\$($fName).jpg" -Encoding byte
    
    
    
          
    
    
    
            }
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
        }
    
    
    
        Catch
    
    
    
        {
    
    
    
            Write-Host "$mailbox.Name  has no picture";
    
    
    
        }
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    }

    Save this as DumpPhotos.ps1 and save in C:\Scripting\Tasks

    Run the script and for one of your Exchange users you should be able to visit https://exchangefqdn/UserPhoto/username.jpg

    If so, Great! if not, you need to make sure you set it up correctly.

    Next you need to set it up as a scheduled task, however this is out of the scope of this blog post, but this is really easy to do. I set mine to run Daily every 10 minutes.

    Next is the client script.

    This script is slightly more complex. It does the following:

    • Goes to https://exchangefqdn/UserPhoto/$username.jpg and downloads it
    • If the download was successful by doing a file exists check, it will attempt to set the photo
    • The photo will be copied to the correct path in Windows
    • The Registry will be updated with the User Photo information.
    
    
    
    $userName        = $env:USERNAME.ToLower();
    
    
    
    $url             = "https://ExchangeFQDN/UserPhoto/$userName.jpg"
    
    
    
    $user_sid        = [System.Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity]::GetCurrent().User.Value
    
    
    
    $image_sizes     = @(32, 40, 48, 96, 192, 200, 240, 448);
    
    
    
    $image_mask      = "Image{0}.jpg"
    
    
    
    $image_base      = "C:\ProgramData\AccountPictures"
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    if((Test-Path "C:\PS\PictureTemp\") -eq $false)
    
    
    
    {
    
    
    
        New-Item "C:\PS\PictureTemp\" -Type directory
    
    
    
    }
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    $request_dl  = Invoke-WebRequest $url -OutFile "C:\PS\PictureTemp\$userName.jpg"
    
    
    
    $request     = Invoke-WebRequest $url
    
    
    
    $code        = $request.StatusCode
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    if((Test-Path -Path "C:\PS\PictureTemp\$userName.jpg") -eq $true) #Picture Exists
    
    
    
    {
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
        
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
        Write-Host "Picture found for $userName!"
    
    
    
        Write-Host "Setting up Registry"
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
        $user_photo       = [byte[]](Get-Content "C:\PS\PictureTemp\$userName.jpg" -Encoding byte)
    
    
    
        $reg_base         = "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\AccountPicture\Users\{0}"
    
    
    
        $reg_key          = [string]::format($reg_base, $user_sid)
    
    
    
        $reg_value_mask   = "Image{0}"
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
        if((Test-Path -Path $reg_key) -eq $false)
    
    
    
        {
    
    
    
            New-Item -Path $reg_key
    
    
    
        }
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
        Write-Host "Saving Images..."
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
        Try
    
    
    
        {
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
            ForEach($size in $image_sizes)
    
    
    
            {
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
                $dir = $image_base + "\" + $user_sid;
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
                if((Test-Path -Path $dir) -eq $false)
    
    
    
                {
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
                    $(mkdir $dir).Attributes = "Hidden";
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
                }
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
                $file_name    = ([string]::Format($image_mask, $size));
    
    
    
                $path         = $dir + "\" + $file_name;
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
                Write-Host "Saving: $path"
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
                $user_photo | Set-Content -Path $path -Encoding Byte -Force
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
                Write-Host "Writing to Registry"
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
                $name     = [string]::Format($reg_value_mask, $size);
    
    
    
                $value    = New-ItemProperty -path $reg_key -Name $name -Value $path -Force
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
            }
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
        }
    
    
    
        Catch
    
    
    
        {
    
    
    
            Write-Host "Cannot Update profile picture for $env:username."
    
    
    
        }
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    }
    
    
    
    else
    
    
    
    {
    
    
    
       
    
    
    
       Write-Host "$userName does not have a picture :("
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    }

    For the purpose of this blog, the script will be saved in C:\Corp\Scripts\ as Get-ExchangePhoto.ps1

    Next I create a VBS script to run Powershell silently. I called this Get-ExchangePhoto.vbs

    
    
    
    On Error Resume Next
    
    
    
    command = "powershell.exe -Noninteractive -ExecutionPolicy Bypass -Noprofile -File C:\Corp\Scripts\Get-ExchangePhoto.ps1"
    
    
    
    set shell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
    
    
    
    shell.Run command,0

    These files are copied locally to each machine using Group Policy File Preferences to the directories above.

    The VBS should then be ran by a Scheduled Task locally at Login. 

     

    I will include steps to creating the scheduled tasks and making sure the registry permissions shortly.

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