Disregard all the AMD shilling

Kevin Ortiz
Kevin Ortiz

PERFORMANCE IS NOT AFFECTED
PERFORMANCE IS NOT AFFECTED
PERFORMANCE IS NOT AFFECTED

Disregard all the AMD shilling.
Pajeets and niggers are working overtime to discredit the white man's processor.

Attached: 3f6MPmK.png (127 KB, 1234x594)

Other urls found in this thread:

support.apple.com/en-us/HT210108
nrc.nl/nieuws/2019/05/14/hackers-mikken-op-het-intel-hart-a3960208
youtube.com/watch?v=Q2miHAhHwng
en.wiktionary.org/wiki/families
epicgames.com/fortnite/forums/news/announcements/132642-epic-services-stability-update
medium.com/@sirajea/massive-security-flow-on-cpu-level-meltdown-spectre-48236b875ac1
intel.com/content/www/us/en/architecture-and-technology/mds.html
youtube.com/watch?v=KAgoDQmod1Y
mdsattacks.com/files/ridl.pdf

Logan Cox
Logan Cox

AMD BTFO

Jayden Taylor
Jayden Taylor

In a just-published support document, Apple suggests that full ZombieLoad mitigation will require Intel chip users to disable Intel’s hyper-threading processing feature — a major selling point of the chipmaker’s CPUs. During testing this month, Apple says that it found “as much as a 40 percent reduction in performance with tests that include multithreaded workloads and public benchmarks,” though actual performance impacts will vary between machines.

support.apple.com/en-us/HT210108

40% PERFORMANCE HIT!

SAGE INTEL SHILL PROPAGANDA

Attached: 1535238777119.png (58 KB, 2000x1543)

Daniel Phillips
Daniel Phillips

t Schlomo Shekeberg: Intel Marketing Manager

Lincoln Nguyen
Lincoln Nguyen

Go away shitskins.

Justin King
Justin King

Wow, those tests by Intel look really good. Nothing to worry about then!

Oliver Mitchell
Oliver Mitchell

Apparently Intel attempted to play down the issue by trying to award the researchers with the 40,000 dollar tier reward and a separate 80,000 dollar reward as a "gift" (which the researchers kindly denied) instead of the maximum 100,000 reward for finding a critical vulnerability.
Intel was also planning to wait for at least another 6 months before bringing this to light if it wasn't for the researchers threatening to release the details in May.
nrc.nl/nieuws/2019/05/14/hackers-mikken-op-het-intel-hart-a3960208

INTEL SHILL DAMAGE CONTROL IS IN FULL FORCE

Landon Thompson
Landon Thompson

Multithreading doesn't matter

Attached: 1528841107187.jpg (337 KB, 1500x1164)

Ryan Smith
Ryan Smith

Why would they do that if the fix has a minimal performance impact? They even made it faster!

Attached: FASTER-STORAGE-THAN-EVER-INTEL-BEST.png (161 KB, 1417x727)

Chase Anderson
Chase Anderson

One of the researchers who discovered ZombieLoad, Daniel Gruss, told TechCrunch that ZombieLoad is easier to exploit than Spectre, but more difficult than Meltdown, and that it requires a specific set of skills, which means the average person doesn't need to worry. There hasn't been an attack ever recorded with spectre/meltdown/zombieload

Jacob Powell
Jacob Powell

HT enables on both. Doesn’t this require the disabling of HT to completely mitigate the problem

Landon Davis
Landon Davis

Amd-Idiots btfo

Justin Myers
Justin Myers

mitigations applied
ht enabled
chose one

Grayson Nguyen
Grayson Nguyen

Disabling HT doesn't fix the problem, only makes it harder to exploit. Anyone who says that is larping

Tyler Carter
Tyler Carter

Security holes don't matter

Attached: 1517515392434.png (19 KB, 1134x206)

William White
William White

they
Hi partner, i'm also an online damage controlling merchant for Intel corporation. How do you do?

Nolan Perry
Nolan Perry

I'm very fine, thank you very much sir.

Nolan Cox
Nolan Cox

AMD is also vulnerable to speculative side channel attacks. But pajeets just won't admit it.

Blake Collins
Blake Collins

youtube.com/watch?v=Q2miHAhHwng

Caleb Campbell
Caleb Campbell

True, AMD is even paying those researchers hurting Intel yet they never find anything for AMD, strange huh?

Hudson Roberts
Hudson Roberts

Nice role-playing, but the smell from your shitting street isn't fooling anyone.

Lincoln Parker
Lincoln Parker

posts 9th gen benchmark (which is not vulnerable anyways)

post 8th or 7th gen you fuck

also, go fuck yourself OP

Angel Thomas
Angel Thomas

mds mitigations
what are those?

Christopher White
Christopher White

speculative
look dude AMD MIGHT be vulnerable, they just didn't find the vulnerabilities yet
therefore it's exactly the same as Intel having a billion confirmed vulnerabilities!

Camden Collins
Camden Collins

posts 9th gen benchmark (which is not vulnerable anyways)

Attached: 9th-gen-not-vuln.png (15 KB, 1063x145)

Cameron Howard
Cameron Howard

If they spent as much funding trying to find AMD vulnerabilities, They would be in deep shit to so Just give it time, Ryzen is still new.

Elijah Torres
Elijah Torres

using Intel
I'm not a vulnerability collector

Attached: 1557925086.png (133 KB, 2760x1945)

Juan Myers
Juan Myers

AAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAH

BTFOREVER

Julian Gonzalez
Julian Gonzalez

all AMD processors are vulnerable to Spectre V1 and V2 attacks you idiot.

Aaron Lopez
Aaron Lopez

Disregard all the AMD shilling.
And why would you trust (((Intel))) shilling when it's proven that they fake benchmarks and sabotage AMD when compiling software? Trusting a liar is the most retarded thing you can do.

Attached: benchmarks.png (34 KB, 953x576)

Nathan Gonzalez
Nathan Gonzalez

Source: Intel

Justin Long
Justin Long

All intel shills should be purged and decapitated and their families burned alive.

Attached: 1547051816101.jpg (168 KB, 1021x503)

Adrian Bell
Adrian Bell

promoting goyware
kys

Attached: 1557925294.png (62 KB, 618x361)

Brandon Watson
Brandon Watson

HT enabled
Isn't disabling HT is one of the requirements to migitate it?

Brayden Garcia
Brayden Garcia

lose in performance
"t-they compiled w-wrong"

families burned alive
pajeet status: confirmed

Brandon Walker
Brandon Walker

No.

Hudson Moore
Hudson Moore

Drones confirmed to be street shitting ackbars

Aiden Russell
Aiden Russell

Can't say for 8 or 7, but it looks like there's there's no visible performance impact on 4/5 gen. Benchmarks scores are pretty much the same for me.

Attached: aHR0cDovL21lZGlhLmJlc3RvZm1pY3JvLmNvbS84L1kvODM3NTM4L29yaWdpbmFsL2ludGVsLW1kcy1wcm9jZXNzZXMuSlBH.jpg (72 KB, 1020x623)

William Myers
William Myers

What's "it"? There's three new ones and not even disabling HT resolves the issue on at least one.

Asher Scott
Asher Scott

t. intelfag so dumb that can't even read the paper where it clearly says 9th gen is even easier to exploit

*Intel cuts own wrist*
AMD is hurting Intel!

[citation needed]
[poc needed]

Jace Nguyen
Jace Nguyen

damage control
Kys. You can clearly see Ryzen "gaining performance" when pretending to be (((Intel))).
And yes, (((Intel))) compiles shit to reduce performance of non-(((Intel))) CPUs which they even document.

Joseph Turner
Joseph Turner

Stay mad indian kike
en.wiktionary.org/wiki/families

Samuel Turner
Samuel Turner

DAMAGE CONTROL IN FULL FORCE
DAMAGE CONTROL IN FULL FORCE
DAMAGE CONTROL IN FULL FORCE
DAMAGE CONTROL IN FULL FORCE
DAMAGE CONTROL IN FULL FORCE
DAMAGE CONTROL IN FULL FORCE

Hudson Morris
Hudson Morris

Except you need physical access to exploit AMD with Spectre so it's completely worthless, it's literal misinformation by Intel shills to try to implicate AMD in the same flaws even though it isn't affected.

Isaac Myers
Isaac Myers

did you even read it, faggot?

Owen Johnson
Owen Johnson

[citation needed]
[poc needed]
google you inbred fuck

Don't make shit up as you go, pajeet. All speculative execution attacks can theoretically be done using a browser. But they are hard to pull off that's why they are useless. They require extremely accurate timing precision which browsers don't give (search browser time fuzzing) . That's why these latest vulnerabilities are as useless as Meltdown and Spectre.

Do you even have a brain?

Liam Rivera
Liam Rivera

They don't even need to fund actual research, just pretend AMD is vulnerable too like they did before.

Angel Richardson
Angel Richardson

Funny how this vuln only affecting Intel is released so close to the release of zen 2 from AMD. I mean what an coincidence right?

Jackson Ramirez
Jackson Ramirez

Red alert! The goyim know!

Ian Gray
Ian Gray

Poo in the loo Rakesh

Bentley Reed
Bentley Reed

AMD put the vulnerabilities in the Intel shitcessors
You could say the timing is convenient but Intel has a new vulnerability every other week so any time is convenient.

Jack Bennett
Jack Bennett

Hyperthreading
So no performance hit

Landon Davis
Landon Davis

wtf I love AMD now

Owen Fisher
Owen Fisher

Benchmarks scores are pretty much the same for me.
40% lower performance for tasks relying on hyper threading, according to apple.

that is, most servers using Xeons and virtualisation.

Zachary Scott
Zachary Scott

wow the competition is fucking garbage, how convenient of them!

David Morgan
David Morgan

Intel said the same shit about Meltdown, pic related is what actually happened.

Attached: epic-games-cpu-usage.png (48 KB, 858x405)

Jace Garcia
Jace Garcia

with HT disabled
Without HT disabled in single app loads (games, benchmarks) everything was the same really.
For server loads it may be somewhat different tho.

Nathaniel James
Nathaniel James

uh, what's actually happening?

Joseph King
Joseph King

CPU utilization drastically increasing after Epic patched their servers for meltdown/spectre.

Benjamin Phillips
Benjamin Phillips

But only one core, so who cares?

Ayden Nelson
Ayden Nelson

Pretending to be a retarded shill still makes you a retarded shill, each number is a different service and only one was patched.
epicgames.com/fortnite/forums/news/announcements/132642-epic-services-stability-update

Bentley Thomas
Bentley Thomas

Yet they still use Intel hardware, guess why? Because AMD sucks.

Ryder Phillips
Ryder Phillips

Ignore that it was reported to Intel a year ago and disclosed only now.

Austin Green
Austin Green

(You)

Adrian Edwards
Adrian Edwards

Don't make shit up as you go, pajeet.
(You)
medium.com/@sirajea/massive-security-flow-on-cpu-level-meltdown-spectre-48236b875ac1

Incredible how shills are still trying to pretend AMD was affected by the Intel vulnerabilities and are trying to do it again.

Jason Thomas
Jason Thomas

Intel gets a new vulnerability almost every fucking month

Oliver Taylor
Oliver Taylor

post the source juden

Blake Evans
Blake Evans

and his nose

Elijah Torres
Elijah Torres

intel.com/content/www/us/en/architecture-and-technology/mds.html

Daniel Hernandez
Daniel Hernandez

of fucking course

Jayden Scott
Jayden Scott

Aren't these the same people who sold you the chips they knew to be unsafe to begin with? Sorry to make bad comparisons, but isn't this a bit like taking NASAs work that NASA has a rover on Mars?

Luis Price
Luis Price

Epic. They deserve it for making fortnite.

Logan Peterson
Logan Peterson

intel.com

Jaxson Long
Jaxson Long

Attached: 100-percent.png (257 KB, 775x1492)

Blake Richardson
Blake Richardson

get fucked kike, as all intel benchmarks these are outright lies

Attached: getfuckedkike.png (54 KB, 1093x121)

William Clark
William Clark

Not all 100% are created equal

William Moore
William Moore

shekel-kun is on a rampage today

Jacob Ramirez
Jacob Ramirez

you can't make this shit up. they just cannot stop jewing.

Jaxson Gomez
Jaxson Gomez

Oh no no no no no no

Attached: D6lxHVCXsAAZuYF.png (43 KB, 1920x1080)

Nathaniel Edwards
Nathaniel Edwards

mitigations applied
HT enabled
That means mitigations are not applied though

Tyler Richardson
Tyler Richardson

intel.com
LOL

Evan Rivera
Evan Rivera

SHUT
IT
DOWN

Levi Harris
Levi Harris

JavaScript _is_ a viable attack surface!

youtube.com/watch?v=KAgoDQmod1Y

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Intel Corporation is dead!

Julian Moore
Julian Moore

Press C to cope.

Attached: 15.23.40-15.05.19-14261[1].png (361 KB, 1000x570)

Jonathan Wood
Jonathan Wood

no source
Into the trash it goes

Parker Sanders
Parker Sanders

disabling HT doesn't slow down tasks that already saturate ALUs and FPUs
Golly, what a surprise. Also, what about no mitigations and HT vs. mitigations and no HT?

William Murphy
William Murphy

I'm not affected because I have a firewall enabled.

Joshua Perry
Joshua Perry

OHNONONO

Landon Allen
Landon Allen

Hi, Intel merchant. Read the paper
mdsattacks.com/files/ridl.pdf
if you can't make a functioning PoC from it you should not be posting here and instead you should go ask your community manager what damage control to post next as a reply.

Attached: AMD-hardware-doesn't-have-this-problem.png (115 KB, 1282x440)

Adrian Taylor
Adrian Taylor

expecting anyone sane to read that
AyyMD drones at it again

James Sanchez
James Sanchez

If the stock didn't tank then it's not a big deal.

Attached: intel-stock.png (38 KB, 907x489)

Tyler Mitchell
Tyler Mitchell

the only benchmark graph we need.

Attached: 1557875538362.jpg (216 KB, 2000x1543)

Cooper White
Cooper White

reply so bad it doesn't even qualify as damage control
See folks, this is how low Intel Defense Task Force is nowadays. Money is running low, so they are cuttings costs anywhere they can, online "marketing" seem to be the first ones.

Luke Williams
Luke Williams

where's that meme?
we need to include
customers attention span are not needed
customers literacy are not needed

Elijah Kelly
Elijah Kelly

AMD is clown tier trash and is slow, Prove me wrong.

Easton Parker
Easton Parker

next browser update makes this redundant

Alexander Perry
Alexander Perry

Uh oh

Attached: -0.png (169 KB, 500x375)

Hunter Harris
Hunter Harris

if it was up they wanted it under wraps until after they're next release cycle, let alone their competitiors
Apparently Intel attempted to play down the issue by trying to award the researchers with the 40,000 dollar tier reward and a separate 80,000 dollar reward as a "gift" (which the researchers kindly denied) instead of the maximum 100,000 reward for finding a critical vulnerability.
Intel was also planning to wait for at least another 6 months before bringing this to light if it wasn't for the researchers threatening to release the details in May.
nrc.nl/nieuws/2019/05/14/hackers-mikken-op-het-intel-hart-a3960208

Joshua Barnes
Joshua Barnes

guess why?
because they got it for free.
actually, they probably "paid" -2m to -5m for their servers and workstations. All for the betterment of manking and muh gayms.

Asher Bennett
Asher Bennett

we ar legun

Jaxson Ross
Jaxson Ross

Lol what the fuck intel dying was supposed to be a meme

Charles Allen
Charles Allen

You're the pajeet
No YOU'RE THE PAJEET
NO U
NO U
Great thread

Colton Lewis
Colton Lewis

mitigation requires disabled HT
RUNS THE TEST WITH HT ENABLED

Zachary Torres
Zachary Torres

didn't intel tried to bribe the Uni to not release any information?

Brody Watson
Brody Watson

Intel has been keeping this hidden since June 2018. You read that right, JUNE TWO THOUSAND EIGHTEEN. And Intel wanted this to remain hidden for at least another 6 months, the researchers said fuck that and decided to go public to make sure the poor people with Intel processors don't get exploited out the same for more time.

Attached: Timeline.png (14 KB, 507x377)

Aiden Myers
Aiden Myers

New. Hyperthreading doesn't matter.

William Barnes
William Barnes

shut up goy

Chase Lee
Chase Lee

(again)

Blake Stewart
Blake Stewart

oh, this is new info. read it from somewhere and I thought this was from around december 2018.

Oliver Collins
Oliver Collins

the white man's processor

Attached: 1513187572438.jpg (115 KB, 992x1024)

Landon Ward
Landon Ward

turning off features and calling it a security update

Easton Davis
Easton Davis

Jews are white, goy

Liam Allen
Liam Allen

*ahem*

Multi-core doesn't matter!
Productivity doesn't matter!
Price/performance doesn't matter!
Performance per watt doesn't matter!
Power usage doesn't matter!
Temperatures don't matter!
Soldered dies don't matter!
Stutters don't matter!
Streaming doesn't matter!
Data centers don't matter!
Locked CPUs don't matter!
OEMs don't matter!
Hyperscalers don't matter!
Upgradeability doesn't matter!
Anti-competitive business practices don't matter!
Locked platform features don't matter!
Synthetic loads don't matter!
PCI-e lanes don't matter!
Burnt pins don't matter!
Heat doesn't matter!
1771w cooler doesn't matter!
Server space doesn't matter!
ECC support doesn't matter!
Free RAID doesn't matter!
NVMe RAID doesn't matter!
StoreMI doesn't matter!
IPC doesn't matter!
7nm doesn't matter!
HEDT doesn't matter!
Stock coolers don't matter!
Backdoors dont matter!
Refreshes dont matter!
Security doesn't matter!
Games don't ALWAYS matter!
Enterprise doesn't matter!
Hyperthreading doesn't matter!
VMware doesn't matter!
MySQL doesn't matter!
Unix doesn't matter!
Linux doesn't matter!
Waffer yields don't matter!
Benchmarks after full patches don't matter!
Asian markets don't matter!
Own fabrics don't matter!
Chipset lithography doesn't matter!
Cray doesn't matter!
Cisco doesn't matter!
HPE doesn't matter!
AZURE doesn't matter!
5nm doesn't matter!
TDP doesn't matter!
10nm doesn't matter!
Cache doesn't matter!
IGPU doesn't matter!
PCI-Express 4.0 doesn't matter!
*NEW* Amazon sales don't matter!
*NEW* Prime95 AVX doesn't matter!
*NEW* Custom Foundry Business doesn't matter!
*NEW* Planned obsolescence doesnt matter!

Jayden Wilson
Jayden Wilson

welcome to Jow Forums

Nicholas Stewart
Nicholas Stewart

more is better

Austin Evans
Austin Evans

HT is not needed anyway and doesn't affect real world performance that much.
Most end users will not even notice the difference after the patches are applied.

Lucas Moore
Lucas Moore

t. Intel Corporation marketing rep
You really can't make up a better damage control post after one full year of keeping these hardware exploits hidden from the public? Really?

Henry Brooks
Henry Brooks

HT Enabled

explain plz

Elijah Wood
Elijah Wood

Most end users

Intel doesn't care about end users that much. The money is made on the workstation and server market, and DO care.

Bentley Bailey
Bentley Bailey

That's why you should never listen to the opinion of an AMDtard as they blow everything out of proportion, be it shilling for AMD or shilling against Intel and Nvidia. AdoredTV is a great example.

Jason Gray
Jason Gray

16 threads? What do you need 12 threads for? Anyone should be fine with 6 threads. 4 threads is all you need in the real world.

Jaxson Hughes
Jaxson Hughes

AMDtard caring about security
No one is going to steal your 24 rupees, poorfags.

Liam Williams
Liam Williams

"First identified by Intel’s internal researchers and partners, and independently reported to Intel by external researchers"

Either they're lying, or they knew about this and left everyone vulnerable.

William Cooper
William Cooper

the white man's processor

Attached: 1551899188294.jpg (32 KB, 615x384)

Christian Collins
Christian Collins

Is it just me or does Intel reek of low IQ? Every time I see an Intel build, my first thought is 'you only went with Intel after being fooled by other pozzed fags"

Justin Miller
Justin Miller

SHUT
IT
DOWN

Attached: 1526782054080.jpg (673 KB, 1196x676)

Zachary Williams
Zachary Williams

It's option #2, see . One full year of keeping the goyim oblivious. Trust Intel.

Hudson Jones
Hudson Jones

Even longer. They're saying they knew about it internally before Jun 2018

Thomas Young
Thomas Young

explain plz
Security doesn't matter

Logan Johnson
Logan Johnson

bitdefender employee, our 2 guys reported in october last year now that the nda is over

Jack Hall
Jack Hall

Attached: 1506977929561.png (45 KB, 200x200)

Kevin Diaz
Kevin Diaz

Intel honestly should expand their product portfolio. Like this

Attached: 51duYWsU0tL.jpg (139 KB, 500x500)

Aaron Allen
Aaron Allen

it's almost like (((they))) designed the vulnerabilities first and then built the processor around it
or the kike creators of the core arch ar really fucking dumb, which is not entirely impossible knowing kikes.

Nathan Wood
Nathan Wood

*tests and benchmarks were performed and are provided by Intel

Leo Nelson
Leo Nelson

the white man's processor.
nice try shlomo

Attached: 1547697586525.jpg (7 KB, 218x250)

Parker Rodriguez
Parker Rodriguez

Because the problem can't be fixed by softwares.

Thomas Campbell
Thomas Campbell

101%
are they saying performance increased?

Samuel Lee
Samuel Lee

another shit nvidiot HOMOSEXUAL crying

James Martin
James Martin

On your last pozzed CPU maybe, but old ones have been basically halved in performance, bulldozer would steamroll whatever it was trying to compete with back then.

Ayden Johnson
Ayden Johnson

Attached: basedandredpilled.png (16 KB, 755x98)

Jayden Hall
Jayden Hall

intel HT enabled
it's still insecure

Logan Allen
Logan Allen

Hyperthreading doesn't matter

William Davis
William Davis

HT was the only difference between i5 and i7 processors most of the time.

Isaac Robinson
Isaac Robinson

Attached: 59157521-2372658582764917-7712316406552854528-n.jpg (6 KB, 300x168)

Aiden Bell
Aiden Bell

but now a 9900k is no better than a 9700k

Adrian Murphy
Adrian Murphy

Performance doesn't matter

Charles Kelly
Charles Kelly

sEcUrItY hOlEs DoN't MaTteR

Joseph Miller
Joseph Miller

White man's processor
But I'm already using AMD products. There's only AMD and that other company that fired thousands of employees for being white and is currently going to shit because of it.

Dominic White
Dominic White

I'll be getting Zentoo and there's nothing anyone can do about it. I'm not poor enough to have to settle for Intel CPUs full of security holes.
the virgin Incel vs. the chad Zentoo

Logan Gutierrez
Logan Gutierrez

vuln in stuff that is supposed to make cpu faster
performance not affected
so it was backdor?

Christian Brown
Christian Brown

(((more is better)))
shitskins are the only people still buying shintel retard

Attached: intel-no-sales-pajeet-chink.png (3.42 MB, 4366x2638)

Camden Ortiz
Camden Ortiz

(lies in hebrew)
Why not just tell the truth?

Hmm...that makes too much sense.

Ryan Diaz
Ryan Diaz

buuum

Asher Lopez
Asher Lopez

white man
jews are not white

Ryan Butler
Ryan Butler

experts urges to disable HT
everyone expects a major perfomance hit
INTEL EVERYTHING IS FINE SEE?
HT ENABLE WITH OR WITHOUT THE BUG NOTHING HAPPENS
PLIS BUY OUR FLAWED CPUS

Angel Lee
Angel Lee

EVERYTHING IS FINE, GUYS! I SWEAR! TRUST ME! HERE GET THIS PROMO CODE TO UNLOCK MORE PERFORMANCE! JUST TRUST ME!

Carson Kelly
Carson Kelly

Turning off HT yields better performance in games.

Jace Taylor
Jace Taylor

(((white))) mans processor you mean?

Josiah Allen
Josiah Allen

Oy vey, goy, only 3% less performance! You could have just as well bought the previous generation, heh heh heh...

Justin Lopez
Justin Lopez

DON'T THINK GOY JUST SEE AND ABSORB

Dylan Wood
Dylan Wood

I'm not the OP, but I did some benchmarks with cinebench before and after and my benchmark in R20 actually got better, while in R15 it stays almost the same with a decrease of 10 points with the same delta between values

9900k though

Andrew Diaz
Andrew Diaz

jews
The lead designer of the 9900K is Indian. Look it up

Disable AdBlock to view this page

Disable AdBlock to view this page

Confirm your age

This website may contain content of an adult nature. If you are under the age of 18, if such content offends you or if it is illegal to view such content in your community, please EXIT.

Enter Exit

About Privacy

We use cookies to personalize content and ads, to provide social media features and to analyze our traffic. We also share information about your use of our site with our advertising and analytics partners.

Accept Exit