What is the tactical advantage of crushing your best helicopter into a power line? Posted on March 16, 2023 by PrepHole Contributor
Hohols won’t be laughing after temporarily losing power for a few long hours
act of goodwill, comrade, like offering of fighter plane or fresh conscripts
Lmao, ziggers turned off all emojis.
hehe i made that one 🙂
You know very well that the most upvoted emoji would be the clown one
>making thread in vatnik runes
Here's a yandex translated version, no guarantees on accuracy obviously.
it's been one year already, you could have learned some runes in the meantime. пoлeзнo для мoзгoв, знaeшь ли
I'm close to some Eastern European people and they've told me that if they ever hear me speaking Russian they will beat me up. No thanks.
Why learn a dead language?
I criticise English because of how lacking and overly simplistic it is, but fuck Russian; that piece of shit language is the opposite extreme (All Eastern European languages are).
Simplistic? Being complicated is no virtue.
English is, literally, the richest language humanity has ever developed. It can be as simple or as complex as you wish, and you can adapt & adopt pretty much any grammar style from any other language spoken or dead. English has a vocabulary of well over 1 million words, literally stolen from every other language on the planet, and dozens to hundreds added every year, no other language has ever compared. Of the languages in use today, the next tier comes in at about 250,000, with the next closer to 200,000. (I can't remember for certain, but I think that's German and Russian, respectively)
"Lacking" and "simplistic" are the exact opposites of what English is. What you personally put into it to learn English and how you use it determines if it's "simplistic" or "lacking." You can literally invent new conjugations &/or grammar constructs on the fly for your immediate needs and an educated English speaker can derive your intended meaning without having to ask you to explain it. THAT flexibility is largely to almost entirely lacking in most other languages.
If you want to go after English for the way it sounds to your ear, I'll happily stand back and let you have at it. But, keep in mind that there are more than a dozen major dialects with some very different inflections, pronunciation differences, and rhythms depending upon the region, and if that region speaks a different major language concurrent with English or previous to its adoption. Meaning, you need to specify which regional English you have a specific problem with.
> t. Taught English in universities throughout the U.S. and several widely separated locations in Europe.
>English in universities throughout the U.S.
oi mate ah U sayin thay dont speak proppa inglish ovah tha pond love?
innit america fromm like actul bri ish colonies yah?
High vocabulary count + weak grammar rules = shit.
Plus the vocab of English is a nonsensical hybrid of Germanic, Romantic and Celtic words.
With basically ZERO phonetic consistency.
Weak grammar rules are great, we can do whatever with the language.
it means "dumbing down" is inevitable and those great features that exist today will corrode tomorrow.
>You can literally invent new conjugations &/or grammar constructs on the fly for your immediate needs and an educated English speaker can derive your intended meaning without having to ask you to explain it. THAT flexibility is largely to almost entirely lacking in most other languages.
That's a defining characteristic of German.
German is like English but better. Strict rules, a real authority of the language, etc. etc.
and a consistent phonetics and pronunciation.
>That's a defining characteristic of German.
where do you think English stole it from?
>Strict rules, a real authority of the language,
you mean cucked by bureaucrats, like Fr*nch
>consistent phonetics and pronunciation
and miss out on watching Japanese people struggle adorably to emulate nearly 7,000 unique syllables with their language's roughly 700? never. or, more aptly, neberu.
>he types out in English
Lmao, half of russian language is german words transliterated inti cyrillic. The other half is turcic.
and yet you used 'literally' like 20 times and not a single time properly, so i wouldn't listen to whatever retardation you're saying.
And you skipped over it, since "literally" is now used as an intensifying word. Isn't English great?
English is the most "to the point" language i know wich makes it pretty simplistic. There is a lot of nuance that gets lost when expressing ideas in english BUT it is very easy to express those ideas (i have a dumb theory that links this to the big political divisions in the Anglosphere: anglos are forced by their language to be unsubtle and direct)
Also the more people that speak a language the easier it becomes, this is why the hardest languages to learn are african ones spoken by 30 000 savages while the easiest one is English. So yeah you try to avoid that whole discussion by focussing on "muh dialects" (those are indeed complex for the reason stated above) you cannot deny some sort of "general english" exists formed beyond that, and that it's not nuanced at all.
now try Cantonese
If you're going to learn any Slav language, Russian is both the best and worst choice.
Best if you're a weeb, into /tg/, guns, hunting or RC model planes (yes, Russia used to have some of the best RC plane teams on the planet, which makes the abysmal quality of the Orlans even more of an embarrassment) - there's a lot of Russians in those spheres and they produce a lot of good content.
It's also the worst purely based on its merits as a language.
Russian speakers don't get to lecture anybody when it comes to grammar or an overabundance of loan words.
AAABLYAAAA*~~*~~*~~)) ukrops will pay for this along with pig american nato eurohomos))
>best of the best!
>fly to power cables and die
kek, god I hate ziggers
why would the pilot get a higher award? they both simply died, the pilot didn't die harder
He didn't navigate so good.
He courageously navigated them into the power lines
>no clown emoji
can we see this helicopter crashing into a power line? i mean surely if it happened there is a picture or video of the wreckage
I'm surprised the ziggers still have Ka-52s left to crash
cruise missiles can't reliably take out power lines
>No they didn't
They didn't fly into power cables? What does he mean by no?
>Yes the crew died
>They didn't fly into power cables?
Just shit translation, in original it says: "he wasn't shot down"
>Russian helicopter is named "Beard"
I guess when most of the wives in your country are "beards", then name you helicopter similarly
>As of 3 March 2023 there have been 11 visually confirmed cases of 32 Ka-52s that have been lost, damaged or abandoned by Russian forces. Based on British defense intelligence data for high participation; this is nearly half of Russia's total helicopter losses in Ukraine.
Damn Russia get it together
>HATO doesn't realize Russia has come up with a battery powered rechargeable attack helicopter
Why is westoid technology so far behind?
send the next helikopter