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Hopefully we can actually get a second one of these that doesn't get nuked before completion.
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Weekdays suck.
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>Dicked around on getting a salt rifle for the past years
>Actually find something for a reasonable during a panic 
>Now have to deal with ammo prices for 5.45x39
At least this will all come in time for shit to actually hit the fan :^)
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>>1068
There won't be a civil war, burgers are too pussified and retarded for there to ever be something like that. I'd expect an outright chink invasion before I ever expect a significant number of fatsos to actually buck domestic authority. It's good you finally got a rifle though, I hope you didn't pay for it with a card.
>5.45x39
The last gun show I went to 5.45x39 was way cheaper per round than more common stuff like 5.56 or 9mm, ammo prices are absolutely fucking absurd right now, and any stock that rolls in gets snatched up almost immediately.
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>>1076
America is one of the worst when it comes to obesity but most first world countries bar Japan and France share a similar obesity problem (25-40%).
>>1076
The moment Americans had a politician start demanding gun grabs and the like is the moment that they should have killed all their politicians, impaled them in the streets and start again. As one of their founding fathers say, the tree of liberty must be fed with the blood of tyrants and patriots.
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>>1092
I read the whole letter and it's a pretty good one. Safe to say that the "spirit of resistance" is dead now though. Shame that the country built by people who can write those kinds of letters now has bullshit like the NFA in place.
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>>1093
I know. I'm not even American and I actually I disagree with many things America has done, in particular being the de facto attack dog of the Jews, but fuck, the second amendment is just awesome. I wish my shithole had such laws for guns.
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>>1094
Well it won't be much longer until we can't even gloat about being able to own guns anymore, it's about the only thing that the US has going for it these days and the niggerfaggot republican party fumbled hard these past four years (probably deliberately) despite starting off with near full control of everything when Trump got elected.
It feels pretty fucking bad that soon you'll have to seek out far backwoods BLM land to shoot guns instead of imply being able to do it in your back yard if you have the land.
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>>1097
I don´t really think you have a political solution for this mess. The democrats want to enforce it, but the Republicans really don't protect it, they just don't outright ban them but they allow cuck insanity to seep in your lives by not acting against it.
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>>1098
Oh absolutely not, there wasn't a political solution as far back as (maybe even further than) 9/11. It'll be a couple generations before the violent solution happens, and it probably won't be whitey that starts it.
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>>1099
NFA came out in the 30s and FOPA came out in the 80s so we've been fucked for a while. 
FDR's presidency fucked up a lot of shit when you look back on it. Not that it wasn't a bit fucked before then but he took it up about 10 fucking notches and here we are now with a retarded pile of bureaucratic bullshit with a government that does nothing but grow.
Worst part is that America is one of the lighter offenders in the world when it comes to this shit. Take a look at the West Euro countries or China if you want to see the worst of it.

In all honesty, I think the founders of America overestimated the commonfolk, both in their intellect and in their tolerance for this bullshit.

But at the end of the day, I don't care all that much and I move on, taking some time with my hobbies while I'm at it. Sometimes I need to get this stuff off my chest though as this is a bullshit situation we're in.
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>>1101
We'll probably be fine regardless because robots know to keep out of retarded normalnigger societal problems. Unless you live around niggers chances are slim any normalfag is going to go out of their way to bother you, especially if you don't have to wagecuck.
Had an interesting dream. It started out as some conflict in front of a walmart like store with some fat guy that my mind made up. I don't know what argument was about, a symbol? Politics? Cheese maybe. I think I attempted to kill him, but i dont think I managed it, he had that "dream armor". It was a nice day out so i hoofed it from that place and went into some woods. It was a mix of boreal and tropical i feel, with those river trees scattered about. I found a comfy space in those woods. It look like it was surrounded by a fence, like it was almost a backyard which kinda ruined it. The memory is fading now but i remember it having 2 levels, sorta like a small ravine. The top was a forest, which then broke out into those river trees. And in the vally was a river or pool made out of minecraft cobblestone, fed by a waterfall. Cross to the other side and up the ravine  and theres a library like house. I remember a lot of polished and stained wood, and a lot of books. I picked one or two up but i cant remember if they were titled. There was someone else with me fore some reason, from the mall? They looked familiar. Exiting the library led to a manor or school of sorts with the same aesthetic. Then i woke up. It was an interesting dream, a decent adventure with a nice environment, minus the walmart.
>parents raised me and praised me for my intelligence constantly growing up
>find out the hard way I'm not all that smart or special
>however when I say something and someone calls me an idiot it still hurts tremendously
>completely regardless of whether I know they're just being a fag because I made them mad or if I actually said something dumb
How do I get over this? Every other kind of insult rolls off my back just fine, but when it's an attack on my intelligence it'll almost always ruin my day even though I know I'm not smarter than anyone else I interact with. Shit fucking hurts especially bad when I make a statement and am immediately met with that kind of response without any kind of elaboration, as if some internet stranger expecting me to know why something doesn't add up is so significant. Stepping back and thinking about it later makes me realize how retarded it is to be upset over such things but I haven never been able to get over it for some reason.
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>>1247
It would only bother you if you're still clinging onto the sense of validation your parents gave you by being convinced you were "intelligent", whatever the fuck that even means these days. Obviously you know this. Like with anything else deriving self-worth from the validation of others is the single biggest enemy of a mans ability to maintain confidence in himself, or sanity.

I see normalniggers complain about this a lot too, not that I'm saying this a normalnigger trait, but they'll talk about how when they were young they were in honors class or advanced classes, and now after school they're just depressed degenerate losers that amounted to nothing. Their identity and self-worth are still attached to the meaningless concept of "intellectual supremacy", unfortunately for them there are much better genetic markers for success than "intelligence".

There are about a million and one ways you can go about rationalizing to yourself why you should or should not care about someone insulting your intelligence. So stop putting so much value into your parents expectations of you, I guess. You already know all this shit anyways I'm just writing to write. I find these psychoanalytical conversations a bit embarrassing to participate in. A guilty pleasure, maybe.
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>>1248
But how? And why do I cling to that validation? I don't even have anyone IRL to even bother keeping such mental hangups floating around in my head. Also I didn't even stay on the honor roll past middle school, and I've been dealing with this problem ever since. Maybe I've conditioned myself to think that not being some kind of genius must in turn mean I'm some kind of total retard instead? The concept of being some mediocre bozo doesn't bother me, but if it turned out I was literally retarded I'd probably have a fucking meltdown. Is that along the lines of what you mean by attachment to "intellectual supremacy"?
>I find these psychoanalytical conversations a bit embarrassing to participate in
I guess it is a bit embarrassing, but it's something I feel like I need to sort through, it's like a huge mental block that keeps me from moving on and maybe finding some kind of peace in my life.
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>>1249
Cope harder, literally.
>at the bar earlier talking to qt bartender
>lel whattaya do how's yer family lel who's yer wife
<ain't got no family ain't got no wife
>lollllll so I've been working here x years and started at y age lol
>ya I got a couple kids but the oldest is only z yo looool
>so wyd anon lmao :*;*;*;*
<I fuck off and mind my own business
>Leeeel that's cute how you doin?? doin gud??
<:|
>so how's that job doing for ya :)))
<its not
>LOOLLL :)))) I'm sure things are fine
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>I'd like to see you again
Can't fucking stand whore trash pretending to care at all
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>>1251
You talk like a faggot, how are the wife and kids treating you? Got any free time later tonight? I'd like to pretend to talk to you while I try to find a topic that I can monologue and force you to engage with while playing videogames if you've got the time. You'll love it, you'll want to kill yourself once I'm gone after you realize a person could be this fucking cool. What? You don't have the time? Oh, well, that's fine I'll find someone else to waste my time with. See you later, love you too.
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>>1249
If it helps, I highly doubt you're literally retarded. Your posts are written well enough to show at least a normal level of competency.
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>>1252
nice pasta and sorry was trying to get banned and deleted by talking about what I did earlier today but I'm so fuckin drunk I have no clue lol I really tried to finish that story but couldn't so just cut it short to be but a total pain in the ass to read and really I fully failed at making a delete this ban this post so fuck I dunno guess that is how it is
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>>1252
From now on its best to ignore and hide posts from obvious normalfags as any of them could be the new eunuch-tier nigger.
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>>1253
I guess man. Sometimes I greatly envy normalfags and their seemingly total lack of doubt about, or maybe their lack of care about their own mental status. One day I'll probably stop being bothered by it, I just hope it happens before I hit old age so I can actually move on and maybe find some kind of enjoyment in life.
>>1254
If it makes you feel better I know you're not the same malicious cunt that was shitting up the board earlier.
>>1255
It's fine. Worrying about people shit posting on an imageboard feels more like something you'd do on a forum. Some garbage has to be thrown around for anything of quality to be found, posts are always a hit or miss. Write fun posts and create fun threads.
>>1249
I recently watched whiplash, and your post reminded me of it. You just have to get over it. If you were having trouble with a hobby or something I'd tell you to focus on what makes that hobby fun to you, and not about others. I find that harsh words stick longer in my mind as well, I guess its only human. I dont think its possible to completely erase that initial "sting", but you should instead focus on making sure it doesn't stick in your mind for long. That could be done by leaving the conversation to do something more interesting/comfy.
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I have recently learned that apple products require you to have an internet connection to "validate" app certificates or else it wont let you open the app. What a trash product
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>>1267
>whiplash
I remember anons posting about that on 8/tv/ when it first came out, is it actually any good?
>>1277
Did you learn the hard way or by looking it up? I hope you didn't actually buy any of their shit. Apple truly is a garbage company all around though, even by the general borderline non-existent standards of everything else business related they're a bunch of fucking faggots.
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>>1285
>I remember anons posting about that on 8/tv/ when it first came out, is it actually any good?
Yeah it's alright from what I remember.
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>>1247
>praised me  constantly growing up

Ho ho, I raff
>>1285
Sorta the hard way, i got an ipad as a gift. I will not be using it.
As for whiplash i found it to be great. A story about a kid and hie autistic passion and learning how far to go with it. On one hand hes got a family who wants him to have the honest, simple cattle life. Friends, sports, gf, or just being a comfy neet enjoying life. On the other hand theres the conductor of the music class. Hot tempered, passionate, but has no care for anyone other that those who could be the potential star child he wants to attach his name too, to the point of being physically and verbally abusive and justifying it as a "discouragement filter" (a true star wouldn't give up, and my abuse would instill discipline and hard work). Neither side is completely right. The family of course is cattle and wouldn't achieve much, but the conductor only wants his own glory and will destroy anything to get it, which lead to one of his students heroing because his music wasnt satisfying himself anymore. Did that student make good music? Yah, but at the cost of burning out. The conductor does something outright malicious at the end and then tries to cover it up as another "discouragement test". The kid learns where to draw the line for himself, respecting the discipline that the conductor gave but also remembering why he got into music, because he enjoyed it. Its robotic in that way which is why I liked it. Its a slow movie at the start, but I enjoyed thinking about it. How hes always grimacing when he plays, except for the last performance, where he learns not to be a tool for the conductor and plays hus heart out was a nice touch. It was a good story. I almost envy the passion some people can have for their hobbies.
>wanted to play some modded terraria
>sound is broken
>apparently there was a small update to terraria which for some reason killed how tmodloader loads sounds
Guess I'll play something else
I had the same scenario appear twice in my recent dreams. I was racing down a highway in a car that felt too small. I couldn't slow down, only go faster, and my sideview mirrors were angled incorrectly (pointed inward i think) so i couldn't see through them. It was strange since I dont drive but I probably should stick to walking if I ever need to go out.
>dropping out of uni
My fault, really. Should've overcome my useless autism.
My life is going to be pretty stressful from now on, with my future being even more uncertain and ambiguous than before.
Not even sure if I will manage to utilize the "freedom" I would get from this, nor if I have any ambitions for that. Not sure of anything.
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>>1322
Do you want to elaborate?
Kind of in a similar position myself, even though I am not quite there yet, clueless, without aim. What will you do now, NEET? Did your parents pay or are you in debt now?
I really toyed with the thought joining the military, at least my body would get constant exercise and I would get some self discipline. Sadly the only real thing that you could get used for is shooting sandniggers in the desert for fat kikes.
Then again military is not really suited for robots. I just on't know...

I always get the feeling that I hit rock bottom this year, but next year its even further down, wonder where it will all end.
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>>1324
Don't join the military, I can tell you from personal experience that even the supposed smart people jobs are full of insufferable faggots niggers and women, and it looks like it's only gotten worse since I got out, it really isn't suited for robots at all.
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>>1326
What is suited for robots in this gay dystopia?
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>>1329
Living modestly and finding a comfortable job. People get too caught up trying to make sweeping life changes they think will save them from their retardation.
Snowed for Christmas, it didn't really snow all winter but I'll take a Christmas snowfall. Better than nothing
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>>1335
Enjoy it for me. I live in the south hemisphere, so I have Christmas while it's hot. It's shit, and in my latitude it actually never snows.
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>>1068
>He bought a rifle in 5.45
I'm impressed you could fine one anon, treat her well. I'm hoping to find one somehow
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What a lousy year this has been. And I can't say I am looking forward to 2021 either. Beatings will continue until morale improves, I suppose.
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This year was shit. Every year leading up to it was shit. This next year will probably bring in some kind of holocaust against any kind of people normalscum don't like for whatever petty and immature reason they have with burgerland going full commie. I have only one good thing to say about this next year and that at least, if only for a short time, there will be wonderful art of cute cow girls, my favorite kind of kemonomimi.
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>1444
Right, sorry fellow normalcomrade. By the way, you forgot this.
>>1444
Fuck off stupid nigger.
>>1440
>>1443
I thought that the year was pretty good.
>>1444
Imagine being a limp-dicked communism tranny and not a national syndicalist hard cock out ready to fuck
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>>1444
So are you equal to a normalnigger?
You are the dumbest retard gorilla nigger
>>1448
2020 was much better than 2019. Got to spend a lot of time away from normalniggers because of the china flu.
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woo
>>1324
>What will you do now, NEET?
Depends on lots of circumstances and factors. Borderline-worst case scenario - I will get drafted. "Best" case scenario - I will go NEET with freelance jobs to cling to. 
>Did your parents pay or are you in debt now?
Thankfully zero debts.
My family will still pressure me a lot. As if they ever helped me. Or as if they didn't actually get in my way. Of course, my fault is, in the end, my fault. But ignoring the outside contributions towards my failure would be just delusional. I am pretty sure if I won't move to another place, I will end up doing something very irrational and impulsive, something I will definitely regret until I will die though.
>Then again military is not really suited for robots. I just on't know...
It really isn't. The only thing I see most robots to excel in there, as in, going by the characteristics robots usually share, is following discipline (normalniggers have a serious problem with it usually) and some tasks that would be helpful if one is autistic enough.
>I always get the feeling that I hit rock bottom this year, but next year its even further down, wonder where it will all end.
I feel like I'm not even supposed to be alive. Like my story has ended, and I'm already at the overly prolonged epilogue, awaiting for my pitiful demise.

>>1326
It sounds suitable for people who have no ambitions, no self-respect, no hope for the future, no will to live and no interest in anything. Yes, it could end up as absolute faggot hell with kike-tier subhumans fucking you up and over. I just see rationale for this path, but only in very specific circumstances. But I absolutely advise for anyone else to not go this way.
Any robots here have any experience living out of a van or similar such vehicle? I've finally decided I'm tired of my family and instead of continuing to put up with their bullshit I'm looking for a quick escape so I can at least move a state or two away and maybe eventually land some shitty apartment or countryside shack. I have a decent chunk of change saved up and I'm generally low maintenance. I don't even mind doing temp work to pay for food when I run out of savings, I just need to get away from these fucking people.
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>>1496
You'll have to build up the interior of the van first. Insulation, shelves, people even fit a sink and shower hoses in there. YouTube has some decent van living builds, once you get past the cattle bait WOAH EXOTIC LIVING ones
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>>1584
Any specific channels to recommend? I don't mind sifting through it if you don't have any but it'd be nice to have a starting point amid the sea of cancer.
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>>1586
Ill see what i can find (i haven't organized myself well). I'll just dump yt links since it isn't too hard to put them into invidious
>>1586
>>1586
Hiding in plain sight
https://youtu.be/y5pi3sLRVZ0
https://youtu.be/Yp6owhvdQQw
Some guy living in a storage room. Might be useful for van ideas
https://youtu.be/HPVCTLPNUzo
Peak van neet layout
https://youtu.be/G_nEhOTPUcM
A more simple van layout
https://youtu.be/NmalslYVYqI
A video on setting up solar power. If you're gonna do this make sure to get a solar panel/mat that's wired in parallel so it can work in partially shaded areas.
Its probably good to learn how to maintain lead acid batteries as well
I dont think you'd go this far but heres how to filter used cooking oil to use in diesels
https://youtu.be/PQL5ff9ICUs
https://youtu.be/b10aXJU1EcQ
Doing this is illegal though i hear because you're avoiding gas taxes and smelling up the roads
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This channel is about solar power and rechargeable battery autism
https://youtu.be/3U4ZfQ_IToI
Some prepper shill talks about the different kinds of solar panels
https://youtu.be/PONJL-9huk8
A portable generator that ive heard is really good for its size. You can get a propane converter for it as well
https://youtu.be/hqnR7WK9UeU
Theres the classic pedo van, then the version thats a bit bigger. Those are called sprinter vans if you want to opt for them
https://youtu.be/E1N4uI2EsWo
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>>1597
Seems like i didn't post that quick video on solar power systems, here.
https://youtu.be/WU16AJwvNhE
And thats pretty much all ive got i think
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>>1600
Thanks robot.
My mood is starting to improve, it's like my happiness is directly inversely proportional to the happiness of normalfags. I can survive just fine in silenced isolation, while they panic over being banned from shitholes like twatter, while others rigidly and nervously toe the line and then get banned anyway. It gives me nothing but joy to see them suffer the consequences of their own malice.
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Holy shit, to anyone who has problems falling asleep and staying at night for long periods of time due to fucked biological clock... Just get yourself some fucking melatonin. I'm serious, it helps so fucking much, holy fuckballs. Instead of waking up 15:00 I woke up 10:30, and I'm going to improve it further. It's also not psychotropic, it's just a natural hormone that appears in your body that should naturally appear when darkness falls, so don't worry about taking it to regulate it not appearing. I feel fucking amazing after actually waking up during the day and feel a thousand times better.
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>>1634
Interesting? Do you buy it online? 
Speaking of sleep ive been plagued with nonsensical dreams every night for the past week or so. It makes me tired in the morning as well as destroying the only few hours i can get peace. I wouldn't mind a comfy dream or two but last night i was in some space prison for some reason and the night before i stole gold coins from a dollar store owner and tried to deposit them into a regular bank. 
My brain better have a good reason for this
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>>1636
You should imagine a conclusion to your dream where you break out of space-prison.
Wanting to die was better than not wanting to die and having to accept that I will die. I wish I could want to die again. Probably.
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>>1654
What reason did you find that made you want to live? If it was of such a magnitude that it dragged you out of a pit of despair and made you want to live then you should focus on it as much as possible. Maybe you'll wind up bringing some small amount of light into this wretched hell that we all live in.
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>>1654
It sounds as if you never wanted to die in the first place and sought death as a escape, now you found something to cling to and don't wanna go, keep digging and find if you really wish for death or not, in my personal view Death with a capital D, is nothing to be afraid, i could keep explaining my views on death but i think that's preaching to a specific coir and alienating half of the board, that being said it would be interesting to dig into this and see why robots are so afraid of Death, since its not the first time someone talks about his fear of death, and one robot even expressed his fear of God
>>1655
>you'll wind up bringing some small amount of light into this wretched hell that we all live in.
If we are talking about personal reasons to carry on and do things, then yeah, but i think its borderline delusional to think that either this hellhole is "recoverable" by any stretch of the imagination, even more so that that can be acquired by a simple man, or that the corruption of this Hell on Earth, is merely the advent of the Modern Age with all that it entailed, the roots of Evil in this plane are much deeper than anyone is willing to look or acknowledge, although im certain some robots have woken up to this fact
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>>1656
I never said anything about whether or not it's recoverable and I think you want to play the part of crab in a bucket by dragging down a robot that may have found a potential avenue to be happy in this life.
It was quite a few years ago but I didn't get out of that rut because of some sort of profound reason to live. I was quite young so I remember being really unhappy with myself, my situation and this shit world (I had recently started to realize just how bad things are) to the point where I was relatively suicidal. A lot of it was due to immaturity I'm sure.
As for why I stopped it was mostly just a byproduct of me going scorched earth on myself when I realized how much of a dumbass I was being, after which I made steps toward improvement. This happened around the time I started accepting the facts which are a foundation to robotic knowledge.
So in reality there's no real profound reason for me wanting to live. I just sort of turned my general contentness with life around by focusing on myself, my hobbies and improving myself. All I can remember is that even though I was depressed with a side of some breakdowns here and there none of it compares to the absolutely disgusting palpable dread I feel in the dead of night before I sleep when thought of my eventual death come to mind. Its the most god awful thing I've ever experienced in my life. 

For some reason the thought only comes up at that time. Or at least its only so dreadfully palbable then. 

To clarify though I don't find myself terrified of death most of the time. Thankfully this feeling that I've described and these specific thoughts are quite rare. Its just that when I do start to feel that dread it hits like a fucking truck. Again its an absolutely disgusting feeling. Feels like a punch to the gut.

I think part of my problem with it is that with most intrapersonal issues like these I can usually find a solution and work towards that but deth is an inevitablity so I find myself with the option to either delude myself or desensitize myself to my own death, none of which sound optimal. For now I'm sticking with the don't think about and if you do realize how useless it is to think about it. Safe to say that doesn't fix the core issue of that feeling happening in the first place. Again the issue isn't a major one, only major during the seconds within some weeks gap that I do think about it.

I apologize for the long post. I understand that blogposting can be faggy. I'm also relatively tired so I apologize if the post is somewhat incoherent.
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>>1659
Isn't this entire thread pretty much a blogpost thread? Regardless it seems like anyone who is capable of actually thinking ahead is unable to escape suddenly dreading the inevitable end of life, I've talked to other people who get the same feeling and have had it happen to me as well and I have yet to hear anything resembling a solution to it. Unless you go full zen Buddhist mode I don't think that fear will ever go away, and even the it'll probably do its damnedest to creep back in when you least expect it.
I am working a little while in a gynaecology department as an intern. I have never been this disgusted by women in my entire life. It's amazing how beneath all the make up, the sexy clothing and perfume, it's just a chunk of meat and biological tissue. I have no sexual urges anymore. The moment a thought of concupiscence arise in me, it is destroyed by a feeling of disgust and images of repulsing naked women. Even young "beautiful" women look like shit to me. How can men be aroused by this ? Sexual intercourse is nothing but a filthy Samsaric reaction where men give in to their tanha (thirst) and reinforce the state of dukkha (agitation, suffering) in them. The superior man should treat it as a chore for its sole reproductive value or abstain from it alltogether. All those normalfags are wallowing in a Samsaric mud and blinded by their ignorance. I have nothing but disgust and contempt for them.
It reminds me of a discipline in Buddhism where they contemplate dead bodies in different stages of decomposition in order to internalize that feeling of impermanence and detachment from the physical body. When stripped from all romanticization, the human body is just an ugly shell.
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>>1661
Any anecdotes that reinforce how shit 3DPD are?
Apart from the general idea of disgust you just told us about.
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>>1661
>It's amazing how beneath all the make up, the sexy clothing and perfume, it's just a chunk of meat and biological tissue.
Yeah no shit, but the holes are still good though.

You're looking at it the wrong way, the human body is perfectly natural and not everything about it is beautiful. And I don't think the gynecology line of work is for you either way, your choices are to cope and get impotent, or just get another specialization/intern.

And at the end of the day mate, I bet you would say the same thing if you inspected cocks for a living. It's just that men are charged  to go for women and vice versa, and I guess you have been demystified by looking at cunts everyday besides this I don't get why gynecology isn't a female exclusive profession. It's silly.
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>>1666
>the holes are still good though
Not the ones that come to a doctor because they're broken in one way or another.
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>>1666
>but the holes are still good though.
>body is perfectly natural
>your choices are to cope and get impotent
Fuck off Satan
>robot becoming a gynecologist
What the fuck why would you do that to yourself? Also most people don't look at diseased cunts and assholes every day. This isn't to say you're wrong about holes being disgusting but you're literally in a job where you will see the worst of the worst, it's gotta fuck with your perspective even when you already don't like them.
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Now that we're on the topic of gross bodies, why aren't robots into surrogacy?   You get a prime egg and breed it yourself so you aren't getting cucked, and you don't have spend the rest of your life with an old roastie.
>>1670
What exactly makes you assume any of us would be decent parents? I personally don't have any patience for children. They smell bad all the time and they're fucking loud as shit and you can't beat them for it anymore because you'll get tossed into jail and they'll get carted off into the foster care system to be pimped out to nigger pedophiles. Neither of us wins in that situation.
>>1670
>why aren't robots into spending 100k to raise a kid by yourself
I wonder
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>>1670
There's a difference between having a child for its own sake and your child being the product you and your wife's love for eachother. However, we live in a world of normalfags, roasts and gynocentrism and so the concept of having a happy marriage with a wife that loves you and a few kids is, as we know, a crock of shit. 
Other than that single parenthood is bad for children and bad for the parent.
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>>1664
I mostly do my work which is interrogating, doing physical exams, fill in files, cardiotocography and helping out my seniors in childbirth. I keep talking to a minimum and so far I had no problem as everything went smoothly. Something tells me that I'm not gonna be a very good doctor since I'm not very likeable and don't care about the personal history of the patient. I try to stay distant. But I'm sure that I'll have some anecdotes to share with you in the near future. It just feels like shit being around women and their period problems, infections and pregnancies.
>>1666
>but the holes are still good though.
No they are not, and I have seen a lot of healthy ones. That kind of gooey soft texture is repulsive, and I have to examine the color of the secretions, the abundance and if there is blood or not. I have no problem doing it in a work situation, but I would never get my face near that in a sexual context. When I think that some people put their mouths on there, and come back with nasty infections, I want to fucking die.
>I bet you would say the same thing if you inspected cocks for a living
I don't know, maybe I would never know.
>And I don't think the gynecology line of work is for you either way
>>1669
>What the fuck why would you do that to yourself?
It's not permanent. I have to work for 3 months in gynaecology as part of my training. A doctor needs at least basic knowledge in almost all specialties. I'll choose mine next year.
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>>1675
Can we say then that the 3DPD thing is not a meme but 100% reality?
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>>1675
>I'm not gonna be a very good doctor since I'm not very likeable and don't care about the personal history of the patient
There are loads of doctors who are straight up assholes to their patients, you can get away with straight up talking shit to them and they can't do anything about it because medical personnel are worshiped as gods by normalcattle.
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>>1676
It was never a meme
>>1675
>When I think that some people put their mouths on there
Have never seen the appeal of that. Urine comes out of there, and god only knows what else. The fact that some normalniggers are so desperate as to subject themselves to that for the faintest hope of reproduction is mind boggling. Same with the poop chute, poop comes out of there and the thought of putting any part of your body near that is equally disgusting.
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>>1676
I never had my doubts.
>>1678
I'm not an asshole. I try to help as much as I can. It's just that I'm not talkative and can't read emotions and social situations very well.
>>1680
In these times of decay, if you let your instincts take over and do not check them regularly, they will take you as far as degeneracy can go.
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>>1672
It doesn't have to be by yourself. At least not at the start.   100k isn't even that much in the long run. You save up for years and live cheaply if not with your folks and you'll have enough in time.

You could maybe make some sort of fraternity and jointly hire a nurse at least until the child is old enough to be left at day care of some kind. Its totally feasible.

>>1674
>a crock of shit
Exactly, but why should their failings hold us back? Its not like us opting out is going to stop them from making more terrible people
>single parenthood is bad 
I think it only seems that way because of what generally makes single parents single parents. Its kind of like how they say people who drop out of highschool fail at life, its assuming they failed at life because they dropped out and not that they were already failing and the dropping out was a result.  
Raising a child is easier than its ever been before and its only going to get easier.  Say ai got better and you could have a robot waifu of some kind even if its just through media but still did stuff around the house, would you consider it then?
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>>1681
>I'm not an asshole. I try to help as much as I can
That alone will put you way ahead of a lot of doctors and nurses, too many of them expect you to worship the ground they walk on so personally I think it'd be refreshing to meet one that just tells you what is going on and then what needs to be done to fix/deal with it without shoving a bunch of patronizing babble in the middle about how oh so totally caring the staff are right before they go and make a tik tok video with the nurses or some other gay unprofessional shit.
>It's just that I'm not talkative and can't read emotions and social situations very well
Better than being a tik tok asshole.
>>1682
Single parents raising children through media is a big part of why we're living in a world full of overly sensitive delusional retards and slapping that media onto a soulless automaton isn't going to fix the issue, or did you mean something else by that and I misunderstood?
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>Having a child
Jesus, this world is a mess enough that I don't want to bring anyone else here. And I'm too autistic to rise a child in a world where autism is heavily penalized. It's like picking Ultra Nightmare difficulty or something of the kind.
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>niggerpills itt forefeiting genetic immortality and so natural victory because things are a wee bit hard these days
Lmao

>>1672
>muh money
Good goy consumer detected, nice job ahead of the curve on the kike brainwashing machine, already putting a price on your own DNA and bloodline. 

>>1685 
Yeah for sure it's this just this one relatively normal thing, not like people have been relentlessly brainwashed from the age of 3 by abnormal stimuli like their television ads, by their schools and by the most powerful weapon of all the media at all right?
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>>1690
>genetic immortality
>giving a fuck about nature in the first place
Go back to /fascist/ retard, you're not fooling anyone here
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>>1691
The funny thing here is that I'm not fooling anyone. It's that you're simply fooling yourself.
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>>1692
>y-you're just fooling yourself!
come on you spineless cocksucker 
you've been moving the goalpost since >>1670 trying to get people to have children here, but because you know everyone here hates roasties you tried to snivel around you little worm, caught you in the act, now fuck off dog of Samael
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>>1690
>if you don't work a good job and want to spend 100k for some roastie to pop out of a baby for you to raise alone you're a goy consumer
This is by far the weirdest shit I've ever heard. Surrogacy is unfeasible and retarded, if you really want children go find a wife. Single parenthood is degenerate.
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>>1693
>posting I AM SILLY comics
Pushing a narrative on robots about muh children is retarded, but you shouldn't have to resort to bottom of the barrel garbage like that to refute it.
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>>1694
I don't like surrogacy either just because one fag posted that doesn't mean anything.

>>1693
Only the fittest of your ancestors managed to spawn your sorry cunt ass here with millions of years of copulation, just because you're catatonic fag mode now because tough times induced it in you right now doesn't mean fuck all. 

And no sorry kid your suffering isn't exclusive. And people have had to deal with much worse bullshit perpetually for millions of years before you already.
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>>1697
>I don't like surrogacy either just because one fag posted that doesn't mean anything.
It's the entire context for this conversation. Conversations about reproducing outside of the scope of surrogacy are in bad taste for /r9k/.
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>>1696
The point is that those comics are older than time itself and tie in to the green-pill comics, its more than a time relic than a actual counter-point, >>1691 and this post is where the shots were fired, the illiterate moron ignored it, unsurprisinglylet me have some fun you dip

>>1697
>Only the fittest of your ancestors
So fit they ditched spirituality for money and whores, created a shit system of power based on pleb supremacy, intrigue, and wealth, ruined literally everything of what came before them and created a literal wasteland for their "children" to live in, the baby boomer generation disproves any point you could ever make about any sort of "Law of the Fittest",
>tough times induced it in you right now
didn't the mentally challenged song and dance went "something something bad times make the strong men"?
>And no sorry kid your suffering isn't exclusive. And people have had to deal with much worse bullshit perpetually for millions of years before you already.
kinda the other way around actually, anyways aren't you supposed to be having 23849283492834928 Billion children just like niggers do to preserve your genetic immortality?
>>1697
>>1694

Surrogacy is good. Its right.

Think of it this way. At different points in time different levels of men reproduced but women stayed constant.  Men have had to work and die and get constantly fucked over to even have a chance.   Women always reproduce regardless of who they are.   Everytime someone has sex with a woman or worse still starts a family with her, hes supporting this convention.  Its not a meritocracy which men gets to reproduce ether.   We see every day what stupid people get to have children, and where the money comes to support them.   Do you really believe the pharaohs or lords were the "fittest".  The point I'm coming to is that surrogacy is the only option men have to select what women get to reproduce, or for now at the very least have an effect on the evolution of women through selective breeding.  The very fact that woman with any stats at all is giving/selling you her egg to breed puts her above the leagues of women who demand more for even the chance at having a child.

Alot of us here or on other /r9k/s or imageboards at all feel like they're shit when they really just didn't want to yield to the current world, if anything that makes you more qualified to reproduce than the rest of men that do yield.  The world needs more men like you.  The world needs to reject women.   Surrogacy is the only moral way to reproduce.
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>>1700
Surrogacy doesn't limit breeding rights. In fact it does the complete opposite so I'm not sure why you even bothered taking that angle. Surrogacy doesn't prevent retarded people from breeding. And it doesn't even enable good men to breed either. It's not even remotely difficult to convince a woman to fuck you, or even have children with you. Surrogacy exists primarily for people with weird biological conditions.

This bizarre idea of a world where men treat women as incubation slaves might sound funny or edgy but it's just retarded. And your appeals to some ridiculous robot supremacy as a means to justify this stupid fucking conversation are silly. You sound like a cuckchan newfag.
I'm bored. There's nothing interesting to watch or play.
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>>1698
So you know our ancestors have had to deal with much worse for millions of years living in caves, tents, huts with dozens of families grouped together under extreme conditions and starvation of entire families at times depending on just chance if the men could score a kill or not, but yet somehow  your personal perception of suffering and hardships at this moment are "totally truly the worst" and this age is "the worst of all" ever so it's not even worth struggling for the right things such as birthright you think. You call me a retard but holy shit aren't you just being mentally fucking dilapidated. 

>So fit they ditched spirituality for money and whores
Spirituality =/= Nature, the spirituality in question here poisonous desert death cult of cuckstianity that spawned these dark ages by effeminacy and created nigger hordes by perverting their nature in the name of this wierd fucking sky daddy they call god and all this proto-marxist non-self-preserving garbage about  equality unlike virutally all other religions on the planet.

>The baby boomer generation disproves any point you could ever make about any sort of "Law of the Fittest"
2 generations were bad and dupes to accept not revolting against the mammonist kikes. Yeah so what? Not the first time on earth that happened. If we can't right the wrongs of these faggot boomers real soon we'll go down in history as the biggest fucking fags even worse than them.

Conditions while they are bad, at the same time are made artificially too good by elites and, people like you, with your mindset, are not suffering enough. That's the problem, the jews persuade you choose a feedback loop of comfort in an increasingly uncomfortable and hostile rule. Explains why some of you are all too eager to put a price on living/everything so you can simply work, consume more, and not reproducing at all just because you've been conditioned into thinking that soul-less garbage like that is the best reward in life. It isn't.  Life is all a struggle until the moment we die and there's not too many intricacies in that simple fact. There is much beauty but it doesn't come easy.


>>1700
>Alot of us here or on other /r9k/s or imageboards at all feel like they're shit when they really just didn't want to yield to the current world
Why wants to yield to this world anyway? The truth is we don't really have to yield to anything, it's a matter of persuaded choice. Better try your best to make sure you only yield only to your own manifestations of will and no one elses.
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>>1703
It's amazing how someone says something and you attack a totally different point that wasn't even so much as mentioned in the post you responded to. Your retardation is truly astounding.
>>1703
As much as you tiptoe around it, the logical conclusion to your argument is to have sex and a family which goes against the core of this board. Just say it outright already and take the ban with you so that this shit conversation can end.
A while ago, on /r9k/ on a different site, I don't even remember which one any more, I was posting about how I was going to be going to Japan. Some people were interested in my "robot experience" here. Should I share some of it?
Some nice things happened. Some bad and sad things too, but what are you going to do. I managed to go with a girl to a love hotel, though I am still a virgin. Should I share in more details?
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>>1706
Sure, but the trip to the "love hotel" with some random whore would probably be a huge waste of text unless something enlightening managed to come of it.
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>Muh breeding
Nigger tier "philosophy". I assure you, your ancestors would have vomited at your ideals, provided that some of them had something akin to a spirit.
>>1659
Consider yourself already dead. All your actions considered under the acceptance of an eventual end. For me death doesn't scare me, even as a kid I wondered whether a fear death or a fear not being able to experience, or complete, things. What I could be leaving behind rather than the fact that I'm leaving. Death as it stands now is the frame that captures the life I lived, and I fear more what I'm not doing and will end up as than I do with the eventual end.
>>1706
I would love to here about how you went with a whore to a love hotel yet remain a robot. Go ahead and explain.
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>already dead
Something tells me there's a pair of fags who don't belong here running amok.
>>1702
Have you played Noita? Also consider taking up drawing, I personally find it incredibly relaxing even though my scribbles are basically deviantart tier.
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>>1715
It actually looks pretty sweet, Thanks for the rec.
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>>1716
It's pretty fun but it can be some serious bullshit too. Just a heads up, if you unlock the nuke spell and come across a wand with it attached pick it up and do not drop it until you get to a safe area because an enemy will pick it up and pretend you're Japan.
This excessive dreaming every day makes me wake up with a bad neck. At least last nights dream was in some winter mountains. It was kinda comfy. The mountians were made out of soft ice and reminded me of mario kart
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>>1710
Ah, sorry. I forgot to reply.
I have not been using tinder or something like that, but I am using a certain language exchange app and trying to make friends with both men and women. It is easy with men, you can go out and drink with them and just by being a foreigner you are interesting enough. Having trouble communicating is also considered understandable, cause different languages and shit. Especially when neither of you is perfect at the language of the other one.
I only really managed to meet two women. The first one it was actually fun to be with, but I got ghosted after meeting her 3 times. I tried just a bit too hard to get her into bed.
The other one is obviously a lot more desperate for a relationship. I did play it slower and it worked well enough. Just started with some small touches (past the third meeting) and up to hugs and what not. The cold weather helped a lot as an excuse. I started like this with the previous one too, but in the same day that we hugged I also tried to push to go to her place. Dummy me.
Well, with the current one even though she said we can't be a couple and all, which I totally agree with, we eventually did go to a love hotel. Spend 8 hours at one. A "service time" package during the day. We did not have sex, because I didn't want to. She did say "Don't you want to cum inside? I want you to cum inside." Honestly, it got me a bit freaked out. I actually had a girlfriend once in the past, but she was a virgin just like me. Even she got mad at me for not pushing for sex, she thought of it as an insult, I guess. At this point I see no value at holding to it, but I might as well just continue being stubborn, even though I know "the one" doesn't exist. Plus I used to think of it as a being fair, because I want a virgin girl too.
I did get a handjob, footjob and even a blowjob. She sucked (ha-ha) at the last one, though. I did return the favours, include eating her out. I don't mind that at all. It is something between whatever and actually liking it. She was small and tight. Even if she was super wet just a single finger would hurt her. Kind of makes no sense that she wanted my dick when that would hurt her for sure too. Later she made a 180 and now wants us to be a couple, but I am definitely against it and I told her so, but she still wants to keep meeting. We even met a second time physically.
Well, chances are I might get banned for this post, but I hope I don't.

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>>1728
>chances are ill get banned
Yeah just about. 
But before that how come you consider yourself a robot? To me you sound like any other normalnigger I've ever met. At the very least you seem to be a reasonable one but thats about it.
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>>1729
Just because I managed to have a horrible relationship in the past or that I got a desperate left over woman to suck my dick badly, doesn't mean that I actually have good communication skills, friends, self-esteem, or success in life. Sure I got to Japan for now, but there are good chance that I will screw that over by being lazy and other stuff. I guess if I get desperate enough if the left over woman is still leftover, which is very likely, I might marry her to get a visa. But that will be one horrible relationship. Except she doesn't ghost me by then. Any other human relationship that I had so far has either went nowhere or worse. I almost become part of a certain gaijin circle, but maybe even that is wishful thinking. Before I knew it I was out and far. I might have some chances with one or two of the Japanese guys to actually become okay friends, whatever that means, but Japanese men can also ghost their gaijin friends for no reason too.
I can't even say that I have tried my best to improve myself and achieve something here. I am just stumbling my way through life as always. Most of my time here has been nothing but being alone at home. If it wasn't for this desperate leftover woman I would have stayed home even more. Or maybe actually improved my standing with the Japanese guys (going out with them once a week instead with her). Probably would have been the smarter thing to do. Or just end up exploring local Japan as much as I can before I get kicked out.
You shouldn't assume so quickly that just because somebody got a bit "lucky" that it means that they are living a normalfag life, or that they are even a functioning human being. It is true, though, that I have never felt as part of /r9k/ or anything similar. Just prefer to be in some hobbyist board and ignore my misery, or alternatively sometimes feed on, but by myself. I have spend most of my life alone in front of the computer and I still am doing the same.
Maybe I should add this, that at least with my-ex the sexual stuff felt nice enough. With the leftover I can ejaculate, but it doesn't feel exciting in almost any way. I have to wonder if it is because I at least had some connection going on with my ex for a while, but with her I am just sort of going out with her, because she is sort of there. By the way, I am almost thirty and this is my second experience with a woman. My ex was at least younger, though chubby. Sexually at least maybe that had its pluses. This one does have a slim and silky body despite her older age. She is not flat chested, but not enough for a boobjob.
So there you go. No idea what I am achieving by posting all of this. It is not really for bragging, believe it or not. I just wanted to share with someone, somebody similar to me. And this might as well be the closest place.

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I've really been wanting to read or watch something that will spook me really well lately, but I can't find anything. Back when cuck/x/ wasn't basically just a /pol/ clone I used to be able to reliably get my hands on some kinda creepy shit to look at, but it seems like even the spooky stuff has been subverted with politics and progressive bullshit. Can't even look on youtube for anything without getting flooded with literal hundreds of list videos from channels dedicated specifically to shitting out "top ten skery reddit tales narrated with owls hooting in background" tier content.
I just want to not be able to sleep because I'm unnerved instead of not being able to sleep because I can't stop thinking of how much I hate everyone around me.
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>>1736
>Spooks
Are you interested in spooky games? I recently finished Darkwood and it was a great game. None of the retarded jumpscare stuff or skeleton popped out of the closet, rather one of the best slow burn horror games I've ever played.
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>>1741
Not particularly since games have rarely ever scared me but I'll give that a try, thanks for the recommendation.
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>>1742
What about movies? I recently watched Noroi:The curse and Occult, both from a Japanese director called Kōji Shiraishi. Both of them are filmed in "first person" or like the found footage stuff, they are very nice horror movies.
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>>1743
Yeah movie recs would be nice too but I've probably seen most of the worthwhile ones. I know I've seen the ones you just mentioned before and I liked them (thanks for the recs). I mostly just miss creepypasta and spooky internet videos like No Through Road, or the first couple of Marble Hornets videos I know a lot of anons didn't like that series and it did go to shit really quick but those first few videos were well done I think. It seems like no one tries to make scary shit anymore, I know the nuinternet is all about political virtue signaling but you'd think there'd be someone out there thinking up some actually paranormal shit.
Entire webring seems deader than usual. Only places with noticeable activity are zzz/v/, PLW/animu/'s meta thread, and tvch, and pretty much all of those are infested with garbage people. It seems like the last handful of fun anons from 8chan disappeared into the abyss or left the internet entirely, because they sure as hell didn't go to cuckchan from what I can tell. I'm sad and angry that I'm too retarded to find internet faggots that are worth talking to.
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>>1745
Things slow down things speed up. These days I just enjoy the slow times because I know when they eventually speed up it'll get hectic again. I'd rather activity was "dead" than the sites themselves being in a constant state of disarray.

I don't know if there's a term for it but it seems like the internet is in a state where things just keep going up no matter what because of the sheer number of people being born and exposed to do every day from third world shit holes. I fear one day things will become so crowded and filled with inane noise that having meaningful conversations with real people will be next to impossible. The internet might need to be legitimately sectioned off into tiers of IQ or something.

Jschan's abstract captcha is already proof that it can work to a degree. Even if that can barely be considered a test of anything besides someones ability to read instructions.
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>>1745
Perfect excuse to go do something else. Perhaps learn something that could be shared with others, provided you don't want to leave the internet entirely. But no matter how much I want to do something, I can't. I sit here, zoning out, refreshing, bouncing around the webring, and the day is over before I know it.
>2005
>I'll learn to draw.
>2006
>I'll learn to draw.
>2007
>I'll learn to draw.
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>

>>1746
>The internet might need to be legitimately sectioned off into tiers of IQ or something.
Isn't it already, in a fashion. Majority don't venture outside their preferred popular platform(s): reddit, facebook, twitter, instagram, discord, etc.
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>>1745
Imageboards are just public spaces for talking. Those that spend all of their lives around people inevitably end up miserable in some way or manner. Think of it like this - anons that used to be here talked a bit and left to improve themselves and get on with their lives. Some of them will probably stumble on these obscure places again, others won't. But those that gained that "something" from imageboards and concentrate on their daily lives stand more chance to learn things and succeed in their goals than social media addicts.

As for what that "something" is, in an expression, it's "how not to be a newfag".
>>1747
>Isn't it already, in a fashion. Majority don't venture outside their preferred popular platform(s): reddit, facebook, twitter, instagram, discord, etc.
As those become progressively more censorious people tend to fan out elsewhere. Eventually there will be a catalyst for mass migrations to places like this from other cancerous websites. It's only a matter of time just like with the cuckchan exodus.
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>>1749
Majority of people just don't care. They return to the popular platforms again and again, no matter how many bans they receieve, no matter how much they bemoan the terribleness of the platforms, because they are popular. When they do rarely and truly leave, they always migrate to other popular platforms that are worse in function and moderation, for example: tumblrs and furries migrating to twitter. Anonymous imageboards, outside of 4cuck, aren't a popular format, and its users are already on other popular platforms which the majority will choose before the webring.

If you're still worried about an unlikely mass migration, because even a small migration could destroy places like this, convince the admin to redirect the User-Agent of all mainstream browsers to a fake page. To gain access, one would either need to fake User-Agent or use a non-mainstream browser. It's unlikely that would be done, the webring is on the clearnet specifically to have visibility, so we would need to make our own site to do that. If we made our own site, we might as well leave clearnet and go exclusively Tor, or Gopher, or [insert protocol here]. The simplest solution I can think of, while remaining here, would be to make a fake 404 page using CSS. To view and post, one would need to hide the element with uBO.
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>>1750
The "majority" in this context is literally billions of people. This is why I mean by the infinite scaling of massive proportions, even a tiny fragment of that userbase is fucking huge if they were to migrate elsewhere.
>If you're still worried about an unlikely mass migration, because even a small migration could destroy places like this, convince the admin to redirect the User-Agent of all mainstream browsers to a fake page.
I'm mostly being hyperbolic. I don't think it's something that is a huge immediate concern. The chess captcha alone seems to do a good enough job of deterring idiots from posting.
>The simplest solution I can think of, while remaining here, would be to make a fake 404 page using CSS. To view and post, one would need to hide the element with uBO.
That's an interesting idea for a barrier to entry. Though I find abstract captchas more fun and interesting, but that would depend on tom implementing more things into jschan and his development goals are.. independent.
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>>1751
Billions of people indoctrinated to use only the sanitized internet, platforms that require their identity. The Q boomers were an anomaly, but even so, they never stopped using twitter. When deplatformed they went to parler, then gab or minds. They could've said fuck it and stayed on 8cuck, but they didn't. I can't imagine many of the younger generations, indoctrinated since childhood, wanting to be anonymous when youtuber is a career aspiration for most.
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>>1752
>They could've said fuck it and stayed on 8cuck, but they didn't
The qniggers were massive that they didn't stay anywhere, but they were everywhere. Recently the qtard board went public on 8kun and it showed the board at fucking 1500 PPH, and this was like a week ago. Those kinds of numbers are fucking insane for some backwater imageboard that was completely abandoned by its original user base and was down for like 7 months doing god knows what trying to get it back online.
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>>1753
What the fuck? I checked that qtard board, some random general, 375 replies in 45 minutes. Seriously what the fuck?
Meanwhile everything else is dead as fuck, nu-pol has some discussion (probably other qboomer crap, didn't check), but that's all.
And 7 new posts since I started writing this post. This is insane.
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>>1754
I can't even begin to understand it, but it's not like I spend any amount of time investigating the retardation that is Q autism or going on (((8kun))) so maybe it's all bots or something. Regardless those numbers are wack.
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>>1755
With those kinds of numbers, maybe they're funding the pig farmer.
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>maybe
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>Spring semester at uni
>Sign up for online class after talking about another one with the professor
>Nothing like the description, fucking high school level shit, completely inapplicable to the department it is even listed in
>Can not pull myself to continue, feel like shit about easy A for a subject I only had mild interest in 
>Uni has weird system for online classes, day students can not sign up for them without going through hell, the one I signed up for earlier was just a special case
>I was informed about this the week class started
>Counselor for my study approves it, has to go through a chair then to a dean
>Email chair: Nothing, Call: Straight to fucking voice mail, no call back 
>Have to pester his faggot ass tomorrow at his office 
>Have to have everything sorted out by next week or I lose my aid
>Would have had this all sorted out sooner, if I was not charged an extra $1k than estimated by their cock-sucking (((financial))) that I did not have at the time
>Would not even need another class on top of the online one if (((records))) actually fucking listened to me when I told them that a class I was taking this semester was non-applicable to the one they considered it to be when I transferred 

There is another class that fits into my schedule being taught by a decent professor, but the one I am trying to get now is a half-semester class at double speed. I will likely be fucking myself since my major architecture is already work heavy. Anyone else had to personally deal with the reason why American education costs as much a year as a new car?
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LOOK AT THIS, LOOK AT THIS AND LAUGH AT THE KIKES AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH
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>>1773
I guess I'm just a dumb goyim
>>1773
>>1774
It's been quite entertaining to watch.
>>1774
You'll need to give some explanation because I have no fucking idea what that chart is supposed to show. And what the fuck is happening with gamestop, I can't be bothered to look it up
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>>1776
What you are seeing is the daily chart for the price of the gamestop stock.
Why is this a big deal? Well, the kikes at wall street, in particular the big hedge funds, had lots of shorts/puts on this stock; they earn money if the price goes down. So some fags from reddit got together and managed to pump the price of the stock and normalfags bandwaggoned into it, making wallstreet lose literally billions of dollars because of this. They are SHUTTING IT DOWN hard now, for example you can no longer buy the stock, only sell it, but apparently people are holding and NOT selling it, which can't make the price lower that much,  as you see in the last candles there was a big dip but it bounced back again. This is hilarious, we are talking that if this keeps up, people don't sell, and the kikes insist on shorting gamestop, they can blow up the whole market, which will bring huge ammounts of lulz.  I really hope 2021 is the end of everything. If you want me to explain the whole shorting/put thing just tell me and I'll do so.
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>>1776
It's just showing the stock price for gamestop. Long story short
>jews borrow stocks for gamestop expecting the price to crash
>immediately sell those borrowed stocks so they can buy back at a lower price to pay back the loan turning a profit
>reddit niggers see that they're doing this as it's all public information
>decide to start a massive campaign to pump the stock, resulting in the jews having to buy back in at a higher price, thus further pumping the stock and putting them into billions of dollars of debt
>normalniggers caught onto the meme and now every is buying gamestop stock because it's funny
>some people became millionaires
>stock brokers are now sperging out and blocking people from being able to buy gamestop stock
>some are even selling their users stocks illegally
>class action law suits are coming
>jews are kvetching about goyim fucking with the markets for the lulz
>>1777
So it's just jews being jewed, I never understood why people are all over muh money, so trying to explain how this shorting thing works for me is probably futile.
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>>1779
>so trying to explain how this shorting thing works for me is probably futile.
I borrow your diamond when the demand is high with insider information that a week from now a recently discovered diamond mine will be announced plummeting the price with an influx of supply. I immediately sell the diamond I just borrowed from you before this information is made public. I buy back the diamond after the price drops then pay back the loan with the diamond I bought for a fraction of the price I sold it at.
>>1779
I wish I could be more detached from money, it is something I have to do. But only money can buy you a comfortable existence isolated from normalniggers.
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>>1774
To think they were so ass hurt to force people to stop buying stocks instead of just letting the meme die.
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>>1774
>>1782
I fucked up by not investing on day 1. I'm europoor and have never invested before.
Also fuck the kikes and wallstreet.
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>>1781
You need money to survive, but once you have enough money to have an acceptable level of living, anything more is pointless. I never understood normalfags who spend money like there's no tomorrow, buying every useless thing, then cry how they don't have money for anything.
>>1783
Thinking like that is useless. You didn't fuck up anything because at the time where you could have made that decision actually investing would have been illogical. You should not analyze previous actions in hindsight but by the choice you made with the information at hand.
Research exante and expost.
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>>1783
>I fucked up not gambling my money
Fucking up is not having a 6 month supply of food. Fucking up is not backing up your data. Missing out on a gambling opportunity isn't "fucking up", it's just not being lucky. As many people will lose money from this as are going to gain money. If you let yourself be susceptible to FOMO you'll more than likely get fucked.
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>>1758
>Anyone else had to personally deal with the reason why American education costs as much a year as a new car?
Yeah, I still have a bit of debt left to pay off. I understand the difficulties with administrators though. Where I went to school those people were absolutely useless. After trying to rely on them for the first year I gave up and started doing everything myself for anything related to class selection, finances, deadlines, and the like which they were actually supposed to be there for. The vast majority are useless, lazy, incompetent idiots--oftentimes diversity hires. They should all be made to work hard labor. Bummer to be in uni right now with muh (((coof))): online classes blow.
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>>1787
Why do so many people still bother with college? It seems like only a tiny number of degrees will actually land you a worthwhile career and the rest are just a total waste of time or are for a job market that's saturated to hell and doesn't pay well enough to cover debnts. Most people don't seem to even know why they go, is it mostly just a status thing now? Like you go tens, and potentially over a hundred grand in debt for a diploma to show off at the coffee shop? I've been told it's good for networking, but networking for what? Only a handful of parasites ever truly benefit from "networking" while everyone else seems to just get stuck with a group of other perpetually indebted peasants. I really don't get it. 
Not taking a dig at you, if you know why you're there and you have a good solid plan then that's great, I'm talking about the kind of person that gets a masters in business then winds up working at a car wash for minimum wage. So much for that networking huh?
>>1790
I'm not an American, but in my country boomers peddle the go to college meme because back in their day college in fact made a difference in their careers. I'm an engineer who has not been able to find a full time job for like 5 years, only part time ones, which blows boomers minds when I tell them. They don't understand that the world has changed, and the worst part is that this igorance doesn't stop them from telling younger people to get a degree because that will solve their lives. Many of these younger people are actually the sons of these boomers, and they believe they parents, because those same parents actualyl had their lives solved by going to uni.
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>>1791
Sounds just like American boomers. Do people who don't go to college in your country get viciously mocked for it by fart huffing faggots like in America? That's another thing I don't understand, people are able to make a living without college degrees doing stuff like trades or learning to operate heavy machinery/vehicles, and not everyone is even inclined towards going for the kind of job you have to have a degree for anyway. Why does it bother some people so much that not everyone wants to get a degree to the point that they take offense on a personal level?
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>>1790
Not a burgerfag, but I was never a networking type of guy, I only knew a few people at uni, but for acquiring knowledge it wasn't that bad. (I mean, it was much better than any kind of other education I had until that point, elementary school and high school is a total waste of time.) Of course it had bullshit moments too, but since you're no longer expected to sit through all those boring classes you can just skip them and concentrate on what actually matters.
>>1791
The problem these days is that everyone and their dog has a college degree, you can't be stupid enough to don't get one, so of course it got devaluated. The paper's only use now is that there are positions where a degree is a requirement, but they won't hire anyone just because they have a degree.
>>1790
I think on average college graduates make significantly more money than everyone else. You just only ever hear about the retards that took completely useless classes like psychology ending up in massive debt and sperging out about their student loans. Going to college for something that actually has viable career paths seems to be a good investment, but only if you have the grit to follow through and not be a flaky faggot.

If (((banks))) stopped giving out retarded student loans the prices of the useless classes would fucking plummet and retards choosing brain dead courses wouldn't fuck themselves over for the rest of their life.
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>>1794
Not really mocked, only that it was supposed that if you didn't have a degree it was implicit that you had accepted a worse paying carreer, unless you worked for years at the same place (which is impossible nowadays), would have to try your luck with a trade and your own bussines, or go the entrepeneurship route (in a country where this last option is kind of badly seen due to a historical giant welfare state). If you had a degree you were expected to get great jobs and in the future being an independent contractor, which is going down the shitter too due to the flood of people with degrees and the demand for them really not growing at all. Funny that it's a south american shithole and yet we have the same problems as you but none of the pluses you have. I hate this place/
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>>1798
>I think on average college graduates make significantly more money than everyone else
It's a given that jobs like surgeon or anything dealing with pharmaceuticals is probably going to help a lot, but I wonder about these kinds of studies, specifically if they are including people who got degrees and either wind up unemployed or wind up in dumbshit jobs like starbucks barista or if they only focus on people who got jobs related to their degrees, because of course someone who actually landed a job focused on what they studied for is probably going to be making a decent amount. This could just be me being overly suspicious though, it's hard for me to see these claims, then look at the student loan debt crisis and think there isn't some kind of twisting of the facts going on.
>>1800
>Not really mocked, only that it was supposed that if you didn't have a degree it was implicit that you had accepted a worse paying carreer
Well that's understandable at least, because for the most part it is true that you can get pretty good paying jobs with the right degree and trades don't typically start off paying huge salaries, though people with years of experience in certain fields like pipe welding can make almost as much as surgeons last I checked. Either way you're going to be working your ass off though.
In America though there's this extra air of pure smug condescension that a lot of college students and graduates exude like a miasma, they're frequently openly hostile to people without degrees. It's annoying as fuck.
>Funny that it's a south american shithole and yet we have the same problems as you but none of the pluses you have. I hate this place/
Well if it makes you feel any better we're probably not going to have much in terms of pluses before the year is even halfway over the way things are going. There's a reason people keep saying America is going to turn into Brazil 2.0 and it's not exclusively because of the muttification.

Fuck I'm rambling a lot, I'm not really getting my point across adequately either I think. Basically I don't have anything against going to college on its own, I just really really fucking hate the god damn pompous attitude that is associated with people who do go.
>>1790
The other robots said it best: education as the golden ticket, boomer mentality, normalfag networking, and purported higher incomes for degree holders. At the same time, I may have some debt from it but overall I'm glad to have gone if only for the so-called life experiences. It was instructive to be confronted with petty normalfag antics on a daily basis and learn from it; my university's library system was excellent as well. Of course the rest was predominantly cancerous, but with a little luck and certainly a bit of work you can still turn something positive out of it. 

The problem with college is that most people in the university system should not ever be there. People invested in knowledge or in their craft have been steadily sidelined by the (((diverse))) shitstorm of normalfags and their overriding addiction to shallow socializing--those who think it is acceptable to go party on a Wednesday night just because. They are not the kind you want in higher education. Nevertheless they are enabled to do so by the (((modern))) system and so they compose the bulk of it's current body. As one robot said, these are the sorts of jackasses who have legacy media articles written about them and their heart-wrenching struggle to pay off their astronomical debt; of course, the part where they have opened multiple credit cards, lived well beyond their means, and generally frittered away the hours at university because they have no concept of living smartly is left out. Hell, I dealt with dumb fucks on a weekly basis: One time I had to show someone how to create a folder on their (((Mac))) computer. This person (legally an adult by the way!) who had a thousand dollar pile of shit laptop probably bought for them by Daddy didn't even know how to make a goddamn folder on their computer. That is the kind of person attending university today. And I did go to a fairly decent university so it isn't that it was some dumb nigger at community college. This was the caliber of students that made up no small portion of the student body.
>>1785
>>1786
I know, but it still stings when you think about all the opportunities you may have missed throughout the years. Beats losing money at least.
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>Made my first BTC wallet
Now I just need to figure out how to earn some. I wish it was easy to earn money so I can just NEET forever.
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>>1804
Everyone goes to higher education and loses money,  and since we live in a social democracy they're going to be covered in the long run one way or the other so thats no big deal,  in trade they met people and aren't total outcasts. Outcasts that by virtue of not knowing anyone are further singled out and subconsciously discriminated against.   Saying at least you didn't lose any money is a massive cope.
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>>1806
>cope posting
faggot
>>1804
Pining over missed opportunities is a total waste of time, learn from them and either change your ways so you can seize future opportunities if you have the drive, or if you're comfy where you're at and don't particularly want for anything then don't force yourself to change anything because you clearly are content with your lot in life. Forcing yourself to do something purely because of money and status is where a lot of people fuck up and make their situations even worse.
Gonna try my hand at getting a VR headset soon. I had a chance to try it out not too long ago and it's way better than I expected it to be. Playing around with firearms was pretty cool but the real selling point for me was anime related VR media. It was quite surreal seeing the characters from the shows I've watched and games I've played as if they were right in front of me and being able to "touch" them. It honestly makes all other forms of interactive escapist entertainment seem obsolete. Things like VNs would especially lend themselves to VR with the added level of immersion jacking up the escapism to an insane level. 

(If anybody's wondering the "anime" VR game I played is, it's called Koikatsu, the game allows you to replicate or create characters very accurately with its in-depth char creator system. You also get to fuck them if that's your cup of tea.)
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>>1809
Just don't get one that is filled with proprietary goybook shit that requires a faceberg account.
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>>1810
Quest 2 privacy is pretty kiked I hear. I'm probably going to wait for another competitor to target the 300 dollar market before I get one. It should be relatively easy since they could just promote their product by throwing the quest under the bus for it's privacy concerns.
I had the opportunity to be on the highway in the middle of the night, and let me tell you, the sulfur lights on the snowy forest was peak comfy. The way the warm light barely goes into the forest leaving a black entrance, the way the light "blurrs" the snow ,it felt dreamlike. I'll probably never get another opportunity like that again unless i move out and live by myself
>>1805
Put money into various popular coins and hold for gains. Trying to catch pumps is something that requires research and knowing when to pull out. Or so ive been told. You know that doge coin stuff? It started from a tweet from elon musk. Do you think you, a robot, has social connections to be on top of Various news like that?
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>>1813
Just get an index fund
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>>1821
I meant in Minecraft of course.
>drive six hours with mom to visit sister
>sister acts like bitch to mom right off the bat
>mom wants to leave the next day
God damn, I don't know how I wound up being the only brother who deals with this shit but I'm fucking tired of it
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>>1824
Normans tend to be more patient with women to an extreme fault. If nothing else, it sounds like your mom could only be so patient with your sister if she wanted to leave the next day and not stick around for a longer visit so I think she might deserve some credit for at least wanting to leave somewhat quickly and not put up with her any further.
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>>1826
I really don't get normalfags. You are patient with them, so that means you endure their bullshit for longer than us, and yet at no point you ever think "letting them run free was a terrible mistake?".
The eternal normalfag is barely human.
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>>1826
>>1828
Are you calling me a normalnigger or am I misunderstanding? I'm not dealing with this by choice. If it were up to me I'd never speak to any of them ever again. Soon it will be up to me and I'll finally be free of these chains but in the meantime I'm gonna bitch in the dedicated bitching thread.
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>>1829
They're talking about your mother.
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>>1828
I'm assuming you meant to reply to 1824 in which case please remember to proofread your posts before you make them and if you find a crucial mistake then exercise the care and effort to make use of the password system, delete your post, then post a corrected version or at least make some attempt to clear up misunderstandings. I don't want to see one of the last good communities fall to the same low post quality that plagues so many others and that starts with anons not caring enough about their posts.
But if you did mean to respond to me then I'm not sure what makes you think I'm patient with them but perhaps I am. I try to exercise understanding when I can for reasons that often differ based on the situation but it's usually more efficient all-around instead of flying off the handle or stomping away in a huff. That said, I do think letting them run free was a terrible mistake, which relates to why I think gatekeeping is incredibly important but that concern often falls on deaf or plugged ears, but more than that I think letting them multiply to the extent they did was even worse. At the risk of de-railing the thread things like overpopulation wouldn't have been a problem otherwise.
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>>1830
Oh ok. Mom doesn't "tolerate" shit so much as stir it up, and my sister inherited the attitude. They're certainly not patient the only reason we didn't turn around and leave the moment we got there is because mom wanted to sleep.
>>1831
Esoteric anon I don't think he was taking a jab at you.
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>>1829
No, I'm not, I'm referring to how normalfags see the mere idea of taking away women rights as an abomination. But you are not  a normalnigger.
>>1833
>Esoteric anon
That's not me Tinklewonker, the entire reason why im not allowed to post outside the Waifufag Thread or the Esotericism thread was precisely because shit like this, so please abstain from mentioning my Existance and keep in mind i don't even post outside those Two threads at all beyond (Although i Do Lurk and post when shit like this happens) making the Shitty Life conditions thread mainly because i needed to Vent a bit
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>>1837
No need to be so catty about it, I wasn't even shit talking.
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>wake up
>WAGE
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>>1850
no that's not what im talking about, what im trying to say is that the Main issue of me posting outside those two places is both A)Vulneration of the Anonimity Principle B)Thread Derailment, if now all of a sudden nignogs here start naming other anons and adding the "Esoteric Taihouman" label to other anons, the entire point of me not coming out of the Esotericism thread and Waifufaggotry Thread is broken because we are back to Square 0 having anons Naming eachother and fucking with anonimity in the FTDDTOT
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>>1863
>wake up
>RAGE
>>1870
Oh my bad.
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For those of us who are not lucky enough to be NEETs, life can be hard to say the least. Being a wageslave, working in an a social environment where you can't function properly, surrounded by normalfags, it fucks with your head, slowly, bit by bit, until you feel it on your body, corroding you from the inside. The pain is not just psychological, but it becomes physical. A permanant dull pain in your chest, making you feel uneasy, irritated, apathetic and lethargic. Being tired becomes a habit, interaction with other people is very energy demanding when you do it mechanically because you don't have the social reflexes that make them go smoothly and effortlessly. You are always seen as that weird guy wherever you go, it is a mark that is stamped on your soul. Every robot should follow a simple rule that may keep them sane : Do not, in any circumstance, get involved in a social situation or endeavour. It is like negociating with a jew. You may have a neat algorithm that you put up to deal with every situation that may come up, but normalfags have it innate in them. You will always lose.
Follow the ascetic path if you can. Detachment is the only solution for people like us.
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>>1885
>You are always seen as that weird guy wherever you go, it is a mark that is stamped on your soul.
Treasure this mark, because it means you're free.
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>>1886
Yeah why would you let normalnigger opinions of you get you down at all? As long as they're not using it to fuck with your work then who gives a shit about their petty ridiculing? Not even they actually care all that much from what I can tell because they usually forget they said anything within minutes. You're caring about what goldfish think of you essentially.
What is the point in posting on altchans when the vast majority of conversations just wind up devolving into "gb2 cuckchan/reddit/whatever" shite? No wonder the webring is fucking dead. Total no fun allowed garbage, evne if someone isn't posting cuckjak bullshit it's way too easy to piss off a sperg and have them rant and rave about how you don't belong somewhere and shit up the entire thread. I've been posting on all of the boards I frequent for years and it's become increasingly hard to enjoy any of them because of this shit.
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>>1920
There's no reason to be offended by comments like that unless you're actually a newfag. If they don't apply to you then you should be able to easily ignore them. It would be no different than if someone called you a nigger or a faggot. If that's all there is to their posts then clearly they're either disengaging from the conversation or just shit-posting.

Kvetching about being accused of being a newfag is basically just acting like a newfag. There is no reason to care about some perceived reputation on an anonymous imageboard. So someone's assessment of you as an individual should be meaningless. You aren't owed anything for being some sort of self-described imageboard veteran who's posted for "years". 

Your post reads like some retarded normalnigger crying about any other communities established culture and declaring "THIS KIND OF HOMOPHOBIA IS WHY THIS GAME IS DYING" as some sort of retarded attempt at socially shaming the existing base into cultural submission. If you unironically think that anons telling each other to go back to cuckchan is the reason the webring is "dead", then you probably should consider going to cuckchan.
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>>1922
You misunderstand, I'm not offended by them, I'm mad that they're basically the only kind of response you can expect when you try and post something that isn't just repeating the same mopey bullshit about kikes and how everything sucks. Your post is just further proof of what I'm talking about too, you go off the rails because I dared question this behavior, what is your problem?
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>>1925
And to add to this it was never about a "reputation" and I never said it was. I asked what's the point in bothering with any of these sites if all you get for trying to post something new is histrionic screeching and you go on and pull a bunch of assumptions out of your ass.
What the fuck man I don't remember anons being this much of a pain in the ass to talk to even two years ago.
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>>1925
>I'm not offended by them I'm mad about them
You're vaguely complaining about some undefined unspecified set of circumstances that only you appear to have observed but fail to directly point out with any post quotes or references. Every day on the webring I have productive conversations with people that don't devolve into shit-flinging about "going back to cuckchan". What is to make my arbitrary claim that what you're describing simply doesn't happen at scale any different than yours?

You're using the guise of vagueness to dodge any tangible refutation of your issues and act aghast when someone pushes back against your retarded and hyperbolic narratives.
>>1927
> I asked what's the point in bothering with any of these sites if all you get for trying to post something new is histrionic screeching and you go on and pull a bunch of assumptions out of your ass.
There is no point. The better question would be why the fuck are you still here if you think this is all the webring has to offer? Only a retard would continue to participate in conversations he believes are being had in bad faith. I'm making "assumptions" because you've provided essentially no information. You get what you give in discussion and if you're going to provide basically zero information while simultaneously coming to a stance as extreme as saying "go back to cuckchan" is the entire reason the webring is dead, then you're going to get rightfully reamed over it.

I'm not being difficult. I'm taking you at your word and addressing what you have to say. If you find this conversation difficult it's probably because you're an idiot.
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>>1928
You're being histrionic is what you're being, like a woman. Women freak the fuck out like this if they get asked a question they don't like.
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Alright fuck, lets start over, what specific information did you want? Do you want me to go link a bunch of posts where faggots immediately screech reddit at someone for no discernible reason?
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>>1929
>you're a schizo!
>you're a tranny!
>you're histrionic!
If you don't have an argument or anything of value to contribute them you're free to just not post anything.
>>1930
>tell me how to construct my argument for me
<double posting after calling me histrionic
This is fucking embarrassing. Take a break from the computer and come back in a few hours if you really want to "start over". You're clearly being irrational and reactionary.
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>tfw historic
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>>1931
>>you're a schizo!
>>you're a tranny!
Never called you those
>you're histrionic!
You are being histrionic and I'm trying to steer the conversation towards something resembling rationality. And yes I am getting frustrated because I don't know why people immediately get up in arms whenever I bring up how annoying it is when niggers spam "gb2 [boogeyman site]" instead of even attempting to engage in a conversation. Like everyone's afraid of trying.
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>>1933
He didn't post anything that could be hysterical, he was (calmly) explaining to you why you look like, you guessed it, a reddit or cuckchan newfag. What do you want to talk about, how nice normalniggers are or how much you like some specfic woman because today it's St. Valentine's?
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>>1934
No he went on an insult laden diatribe right out of the gate because I guess getting mad and screeching go back "go back go back go back newfag reddit cuckchan go back" is the default response to asking why people screech go back.
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>>1935
If you really have to ask, maybe you really need to go back.
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>>1936
I'm not going anywhere. I'll eventually drop the conversation but I'll still be here wondering why being as frustrating as possible is the default behavior while talking about other shit when someone isn't throwing a fit because of uncomfortable questions.
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>>1937
Just give one example of something you wrote that got you those responses, as an example, because without that, you really sound as you are complaining about board culture. As for myself, I was never told to go back to cuckchan or reddit, so I don't understand what exactly is your problem with that.
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>>1938
Nah I'm gonna drop it and wait for this conversation to get deleted so I can talk about some other shit, see you later.
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>>1939
So in the end you really don't have an argument, nor you have evidence of being called a redditnigger without deserving it. It sounds to me that the other anon you are right and you got triggered after rightly being told to fuck off. I wonder if you are the nigger who complained about being unable to post some 3DPD pics and worshipping her as the cuckchan niggers do.
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Join me in feeling historic, brethren.
>>1937
Your question isn't the issue, you're just being a massive cunt about it.
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Not f-feelin' so historic anymore, b-brethren, I---
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>>1943
>I---
fuck off back to cuckchan
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>>1945
>le downvote
>>>/reddit/
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>>1946
>le downvote downvote
>>>/9gag/
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>>1948
You have been bamboozled.
Look again, it was an upvote. Have another.
>age (ageru): to raise
>sage (sageru): to lower
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>>1950
Ow fuck ya got me. Good one, anon.
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>>1950
you realize that you critiziced >>1945 for engaging in reddit behaviour by downvoting (upvote and downvote being a reddit mechanic) wich wasn't, i just saged because i was shitposting about the GEPGUN and was making fun of you nothing that was worth Bumping the FTDDTOT for thus sage to prevent doing so, same with this post im making because the fact that you are terminally retarded is obvious to any onlooker then you upvote yourself engaging in that same reddit behaviour that you yourself condoned, in other words you literally played yourself after having a meltdown over being called histrionic
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Sup doods, did you finally accept the word of the lord jesus or still behave in heretic behaviour?
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>>1952
Yes, that was the joke. I assumed we were having a back and forth to prove how little "gb2 [boogeyman site]" posts matter. I didn't take any of that seriously. You've mistaken me for someone else. I wasn't the one called histrionic. I was only posting >>1932 and subsequent Washingtons to amuse myself.
>>1953
I have accepted and I have seen the light....
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>>1953
>word of the lord jesus
Bet your ass i did, though i like Uncle Hermes more than Jesus and the Gnostic Gang will be the only branch of Christcuckoldry that doesn't overflow with faggotry, and not even that because Gnostics weren't even Christcucks to begin with, they converted at some point only to get excommunicated later alongside the Templars
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>>1956
Yeah well the best way to read the Pistis Sophia is by ignoring everything Jesus says and only caring about the parts Sophia said because she's real and he's a liar.
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>>1957
>Pistis Sophia
>Not the Nag Hammadi
Not going to make it. although I haven't really read the pistis sophia, is it an OG text from back in the day or is it written by some modern fag?
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>>1958
i thought it was included in the Nag Hammadi but turns out i mistook that book for "Sophia of Jesus Christ"
>Spoiler
yeah, its from the Vth Century IIRC, Gnosticism isn't that popular among New Age faggots, those are more about Hermetism and missing every point of the Corpus Hermeticum then making up their own bullshit
completely forgot to include this in my previous post sorry bout that anons
>>1957
>Jesus says and only caring about the parts Sophia said because she's real and he's a liar.
do you Love Mommy Sophia?, sorry i kinda have to ask since im a Mommy's Boy Myself (Taihou's boy though not Sophia's)i mean i like Uncle Hermes cause he's a Based fucker just like Evola, never read pistis sophia so i don't know how based Christ is, i only know he goes balls to the wall in the Gospel of St.Thomas so that makes me think better of him
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>>1961
then make your Mommy Proud Big Boy, im gonna be rooting for you, ill make shure to make My Moo Moo Mommy Proud too, hope Mommyfags like us and Waifufags in general can find a Aeon where we can be with our Waifus in Peace, till then we can only keep up the Fight and stay Faithful
>>1885
It's actually pretty easy to win against normalfags when it comes to word games and social games, it just takes a shit ton of energy to do and no one but a normalfag would want to do it.
What a stupid turn this thread took. Fuck.
Back on the topic of FTDDTOT I've been having an urge to go buy property out in a rural area that slowly has gotten more and more intense over the past couple of years, and I also keep having fantasies of being a forest ranger or something like it. For some reason I am drawn to forests and simply camping doesn't make it go away. Would being a forest ranger be a bad career choice for a robot no being a NEET is not an option for me, outside of being fired a couple of times I have never qualified for autismbux and would buying rural property be a bad idea? I can live without constant access to the internet (probably would be better off for it honestly).
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I'm not too familiar with forest ranger/management positions, but it doesn't seem too awful for a robot. I know that some of the local forest preserve rangers in my area sometimes have to work with visitors for special events (e.g. present things to a visiting class of grade-schoolers or something), but I'm unsure as to whether that type of public function is a regular occurrence. For the most part, I understand that they are working alone or in pairs/groups to manage the vegetation and the wildlife and keep record of it all and all that. Of course, this isn't a predominantly rural area so I imagine the responsibilities might differ in a more rural locale.

As for buying rural property, I share the same fantasy, but I am not anywhere near ready to do so myself. At least according to what little research I have done along with some experiences helping out my old man in house maintenance, I'd say there is a lot of things that need to be considered before becoming a homeowner: Obviously you're going to need the financial foundation to even purchase property or take out a loan. Moreover, are you a handy person? Capable of minor property maintenance work? Carpentry? Fixing appliances? etc. If you aren't willing to teach yourself those things or if like me you are utterly inept and incapable in some of those regards, you're going to need to be prepared to either struggle through it or pay someone to do it for you. What occupation will you have? Since you desire to be a forest ranger you're going to have to look into that and see where there are openings exactly. Do you like the locale? Is it too far away from or too close to other people? And I'm sure you could come up with more questions about whether your personal situation allows you to freely pick up and move, but that's just something to start. Admittedly, if you go only somewhat rural (e.g. still live somewhat near an urban center or near other people) you won't need to be completely capable yourself whereas if you are going full Uncle Ted obviously you're going to need to be more self-reliant. I'd say the first task in this process would be to start looking for employment opportunities. There is nothing to say you can't live in a decent apartment until you find property in the local area you like. Plus then if you decide that the location or the job isn't for you, you have more mobility and aren't tied to a property. While it seems like home ownership has its own joys, there is nothing worse than being enslaved to a property for a couple decades because you can't afford it.

But that's just my own casually researched opinion. If by chance you  have anybody reliable in your life I'd ask them about home ownership and see if they can help you out in the beginning as you learn the process; at least they could introduce you to the litany of things that you ought to know before becoming a homeowner.
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>>1972
>Obviously you're going to need the financial foundation to even purchase property or take out a loan
I have excellent credit and 20k i could part with and still have enough leftover to live off of for a little over a year, maybe more if I budget and ration like a real penny pincher. I'm not looking to get a huge amount of land either, even a single acre to build a small house would be fine.
>Capable of minor property maintenance work? Carpentry? Fixing appliances? etc.
Capable of some things, and I have never had a problem teaching myself how to do stuff I need to do. It's the stuff I want to do that I always procrastinate on until the want nearly drives me mad like this urge to go live in the country.
>What occupation will you have? Since you desire to be a forest ranger you're going to have to look into that and see where there are openings exactly. Do you like the locale? Is it too far away from or too close to other people?
The location of the business I work at now is conveniently in a rural area that I've had my eye on for buying property so there is that at least and being a ranger isn't absolutely required, I just like the thought of being out in the wilderness and being paid to manage wildlife and plants and shit. There are a lot of little parks and wildlife reserves out that way too so I can ask around about that and see what options are available.
>whether your personal situation allows you to freely pick up and move
Literally the only thing keeping me where I'm at is the lack of a specific place to move to, I could drop everything, as in straight up abandon most of my property and not give a single fuck about any of it besides maybe my PC. While I am fine with struggling I was able to find ways to save my money up by being a total cheap ass specifically because life where I'm at would be basically unaffordable otherwise the only part that truly has me worried is the "enslaved to a property for a couple decades because you can't afford it" bit. I'm worried someone might try and sell me a property that will wind up fucking me down the road and I'd just be too ignorant to see what I got myself into before it's too late.
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>>1956
capitalize your "i"s
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>>1976
>It's the stuff I want to do that I always procrastinate on until the want nearly drives me mad like this urge to go live in the country.
I understand. The only way I've gotten around that is using a planner and forcing a regimented schedule, but I'm sure you've heard all that before.
>There are a lot of little parks and wildlife reserves out that way too so I can ask around about that and see what options are available.
It makes it easier since you're in a semi-rural area to begin with, but in any case finding out what jobs are around and where they are hosted online would be a good priority. You also mention "asking" around which, if you do personally know people, is always good since nepotism and social connections are big impacts on getting jobs. Assuming you're in burgerland I'd get in the habit of checking usajobs.gov as I recall seeing wildlife management/forestry related positions with the Dept. of Agriculture on occasion. That being said, that site is only for federal level employment so you might have to canvas your local town's or state's government site for opportunities in locations run by lower levels. And of course if you aren't in burgerland none of that helps directly, but the process remains the same: locate the appropriate job board and make it a ritual to check daily. It takes no more than a few minutes and can help you snatch up an opportunity you might want. I could babble on more about job related talking points specifically, but we have a thread for employment stuff so we could take it there if needed.
>the only part that truly has me worried is the "enslaved..." bit. I'm worried someone might try and sell me a property that will wind up fucking me down the road and I'd just be too ignorant to see what I got myself into before it's too late.
Yeah that is what I'm worried about the most too. It seems to be a big part of the process. I see this as having two different aspects: financial traps and issues with the home itself. Personally I'd be more concerned with the former as the direct (((financial slavery))) because of a loan/house that is too big/expensive would, I imagine, cost you more in the long run than, say, poorly installed windows or something. 

More substantial problems like a basement wall caving in or outdated electrical wiring that needs to be renovated up to local code are no small thing, but I think those major things are easier to catch rather than maintaining a sober awareness at all times of your financial limitations which can slip into the background. Course, you said you're frugal so if you maintain the diligence with money you'd probably be alright. Plus, for the house you can always pay for a home inspection from a professional to have a look over the whole property. Again, this is another situation where it would be good to have someone who has the prerequisite architectural knowledge to come along with you because you can save some money. On that note, I'd again reiterate the suggestion to ask somebody about the home buying process if there is a reliable person in your life who can give you said information. Like buying a car for the first time, it's rather helpful to have someone aiding you in the process. Overall though, I'd just start looking at the financial and loan-related sides of things then. You already seem to have a decent chunk of change and so forth so I think you'd just have to start doing the laborious work of financial planning (e.g. understanding laws for loan application, your financial limits, costs of inspection, your agent, etc.) and seeing exactly how much money you reckon you have to work with which will help alleviate the original worry of yours.

Linked a couple articles on (US) home buying that seem alright especially for the finance side of things. Principles should still be semi-useful wherever you're at:
https://www.nerdwallet.com/article/mortgages/tips-for-first-time-home-buyers
https://www.investopedia.com/updates/first-time-home-buyer/
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Slowly I've started enjoying guro a little bit. I don't read it often and I don't get a sexual thrill from it like gurofags probably do, I just like seeing 2d roasties get punished like they deserve. It's a shame trap guro isn't very common though. Traps are cute when they're being mutilated and tortured, plus they deserve it for being degenerates and trapfags deserve to see it.
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>>2048
>Traps are cute when
Oh no
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Anon...
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>>2055
>i gave a quick pass over /monster/
I'm assuming you're talking about smugloli's /monster/ in which case I spent some time there for a short while. I saw normalshits posting, as those seem to be the demographic for monstergirls, and I decided to leave. Sage because nobody asked and in a different thread since I don't want to derail the waifu thread. Though I agree about the sexual aspect, I'm more partial to SFW art and my picky nature leads me to look for lewds on my own so I don't have a lot to gain out of a board that is focused primarily on porn. Sadly, not using the dedicated board means I don't have as many images as I probably could so my Yeti, Kraken, and Holstaur collection is lacking.
>playing through Furi
>get to the eighth boss fight, hermit who trained all his eternity
>suddenly he spews out "Excellence is a habit, we're what we repeatedly do"
>end up rage quitting because I thought that all I've done in my life is lift propane tanks in an out of a truck
Hate when games throw facts that I'm trying to avoid/escape from
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I wish i went outside this rona season. Mom was home too so i couldn't. I dont like going outside when shes there to nag at me about why I left or where I went. I jist wanna quietly go in and out amd enjoy the nature
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>>2002
>I understand. The only way I've gotten around that is using a planner and forcing a regimented schedule, but I'm sure you've heard all that before.
>tfw I procrastinate with making a schedule
Fuck. I'll get to it at some point.
>You also mention "asking" around which, if you do personally know people, is always good since nepotism and social connections are big impacts on getting jobs
I could have worded that better, I don't know anyone but I do visit parks and frequently see the same rangers. I do find them way easier to talk to than most people though, and some of them have mentioned doing volunteer work before becoming rangers.
>That being said, that site is only for federal level employment so you might have to canvas your local town's or state's government site for opportunities in locations run by lower levels
Yeah I'll go with that option I refuse to work for the federal government. I don't even like my state's government all that much but at least they're not actively demonizing people like me yet. That's some political shit I'm not going to get into here though.
>I see this as having two different aspects: financial traps and issues with the home itself. Personally I'd be more concerned with the former as the direct (((financial slavery))) because of a loan/house that is too big/expensive would, I imagine, cost you more in the long run than, say, poorly installed windows or something
Well a big house won't be of concern since I'm probably going to wind up going the tiny house hipster route. Plus from what I've been told it's the land itself that's usually the more expensive part, and if there isn't already a house where you're at you can get eminent domain'd much more easily.
>Again, this is another situation where it would be good to have someone who has the prerequisite architectural knowledge to come along with you because you can save some money. On that note, I'd again reiterate the suggestion to ask somebody about the home buying process if there is a reliable person in your life who can give you said information
Luckily I do know two people who actually own houses and that I actually trust, so yeah I'll hit them up.
Thanks for the help and the links.
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>>2067
Why escape? You're still alive so it's not too late to turn what's remaining of your life around. Find a job or a hobby that will give you purpose and pursue it.

>>2076
Wake up early, like at dawn or shortly after when everyone's asleep, and go take a short walk. That's when normalfaggots are dormant and the streets are empty, but there's a slim chance you get mugged depending on your neighborhood.
>>2081
Yeah there's a sweet spot between about 4am and 7am where both normalfags and niggers are usually asleep and you don't have to deal with their presence while you watch the day get lighter. Never ever relax if there's niggers in your area though, that's not just some meme and sometimes they pop up in surprising places at surprising times.
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>Normalniggers blasting their latin nigger music in the distance, forcing you to hear the bass of those nigger tier dance rythms
I fucking hate normalniggers, god I want to gut them and hang them from their intestines on a lamp post, they deserve to be cattle and forced to serve their betters. Niggers.
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>>2112
Normalnigers suck anon but its just music, calm yourself. Violent and easily angered is much more normalniggeresque than playing loud music.
>2113
It's niggerdom given musical form, at 2:15 AM. Everything has to be LOUD for their nigger ways, because they are fucking niggers, they are not even human. You are a human, these niggers are not.
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>>2114
I'm not excusing them. I completely understand. They are completely inconsiderate asshat normalniggers. It's just best to calm ones violent and easily angered tendancies.
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>>2115
In retrospective I spazzed out like a nigger. But still normalniggers are normalniggers. I just hope the covid vaccine is a fiasco and we have more lockdowns and normalniggers afraid, so I can enjoy the silence of the first days of lockdown again.
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>>2134
We can only hope.
>>2081
>I do find them way easier to talk to than most people though, and some of them have mentioned doing volunteer work before becoming rangers.
That'd definitely be a good in then. Taking a page from normalfags and their networking obsessions, there is something to be said in having someone put in a good word for you to get your application to the top of a pile.
>That's some political shit I'm not going to get into here though.
Fair enough. I think we had a whole discussion around that subject a couple months back here anyhow. I'd only recommend federal if you can snag a job with a good pay-grade. Otherwise, I'd agree: completely kiked bureaucratic cancer. To play the Devil's advocate however, there is always the option of working at a federal level if no state or local positions are available at which point you might then transfer over to a state/locally managed park once you have experience. Something to think about. Hopefully you can avoid that situation to begin with.

Glad to be of service though, robot. If you do end getting a house and we haven't been scattered to the wastes of the Web by then, do consider posting about it. Most of our posts may be dour but I like hearing about positive developments in robots' lives, whether they are big or small. It's reassuring to be reminded that robots aren't eternally brutalized by the savagery of normalniggers running amuck out there.
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Can you be a normalfag AND a virgin?
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>>2171
Yes
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>>2171
What a stupid question.
>>2171
Nope, definitely not. You cannot be a normalfag on this board.
>>2172
Wouldn't someone's virginity appear one day in public and show the world what he is?
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>>2179
Just because you're a loser doesn't make you not a normalfaggot. Plenty of normalfaggots are virgins or awkward or losers or whatever. Plenty aren't but the reason one is a normalfaggot isn't because he's had his cock sucked. Lurk before asking stupid questions.
>>2179
99% of long time virgins are failed normalfaggots.
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>>2184
I don't know if I'd say "long time" virgins are all normalfags. It's pretty difficult to actively attempt to lose your virginity and still be a virgin into your 30's and onward. Most people that become wizards generally seem indifferent to roasties and have just never bothered to go out of their way to interact with them.
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>>2185
And how does that disprove my point? They are simply failed normalfaggots. 
Indifferent isn't the word which describes those people. "Gave up due to their own shortcomings" is a better phrase for the failed normalfaggots that make up most long time virgins. They would 100 percent live the normalnigger life if they had the ability too they just simply accepted that they won't ever breed due to either great autism or being ugly.

A robot is different. Robots voluntarily swear off roasties not due to having given up from continual rejection (like failed normalniggers or incels) but from their own rejection of the state of 3DPD and from a desire to not interact with normalniggers. 

Put simply even if given the chance, a true robot would reject a 3DPD, however most (and this is a very big most) long time virgins would kill for such an offer.
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>>2187
I guess it just seems odd that you specified a group of people that are less likely to be insufferable normalfags. 99% of virgins are all complete normalfags, but people who are well into middle age and are still virgins are obviously much less likely to be that way. A majority probably still are, but 99% is a bit too hyperbolic.
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>>2190
It was meant to be hyperbolic but I do still think it is a strong majority or at least that of that group very few are robots (since there could be a middle ground between failed normalfag and robot that I am not considering).
>>2109
I do enjoy the morning air but waking up at that time is pretty hard for me. I generally sleep till 10 am or so
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You guys got any game reccomendations? I got a lot of time and nothing to do with it at the moment. VNs are fine too.
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>>2212
https://archive.org/details/No-Intro-Collection_2016-01-03_Fixed
Get yourself BlastEm and play some Gunstar Heroes.
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>>2198
You ever try just going to sleep earlier so you can wake up earlier and go for those (usually) normalfag-free early morning walks?
>>2212
higurashi 1 2 3 5, with original spite.
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>>2212
Carrion is a pretty fun game. Short as fuck though, and if you're too retarded to keep track of where you are it will probably get confusing because there's no map and there's an area where most of the rooms look very similar. Regardless it's good for killing a couple of hours and I'm pretty sure it's on gog-games.
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>>2263
I've been meaning to play the Higurashi games and it's honestly a wonder that I haven't yet given how many VNs I chew through. Thanks for reminding me.

Sadly going in completely blind is impossible due to that but that's just how it is.

Also why the original sprites? Is there a significant difference in the experience? The sprites have an endearing retro charm to them but they are also quite dated and poorly constructed so I'm not sure if I fancy experiencing it like that if I do play it.
If you have a good reason for it though I'd be glad to hear it. I haven't played the games so I wouldn't know.
>>2213
Thanks.
>>2265
The synopsis sounds intriguing and I like the visuals. I'll give it a shot.
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I don't want quarantine to end it's comfy to be in the house away from normalniggers.
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>>2268
Not having to go to uni/coll in real life is a fucking godsend too. Nothing beats the comfort of one's own home. 
The streets are packed again but when they were thin it was even better since you could be outside without having to hear the deafening bustle of normalniggers.
>>2266
It feels more authentic if that's the right word even if it's uglier than the newer one. It feels more terrifying when it comes to the original sprites too. Recommend wearing headphones while playing it in the middle of the night. I kept tearing up due to fear.
if you already know everything then I don't think it would be that scary.
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>>2270
I know that everyone will at one point go crazy though exactly how I'm, not sure. And I know that scene with green and blue girl
Aslo brown hair dude is maybe a god or something?
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>>2271
Spoilers are actual spoilers in this scenario for the unaware. Just wanted to add that.
>>2271
>everyone will at one point go crazy 
not true
>also brown hair dude is maybe a god or something?
yes, he is actually an alien.
>>2149
At this point it's either get my own house in the country or go homeless, on top of the normalniggers I'm also tired of being bombarded with political demonizing everywhere I look when I have to go to work only to come home and see it on tv because my mom uses the rent money I pay her to subscribe to all this cancerous shit. Never should have moved back in with her but I couldn't afford an apartment on my own anymore. If/when I do get my own place I'll upload a pic of the yard or something obviously not going to send a pic of the house maybe make a garden and get suggestions on what to grow from robots.
Feigning normalfaggotry for work is draining.
>>2268
Yeah it's pretty great. I would hope that working from home becomes the norm but I don't have much faith in corporations/schools/the government making smart decisions.
I find japanese gun otakus such tragic people. Such a fascination for something that they will never actually be able to get their hands on. It must be painful for them knowing that across the pacific we can buy them at supermarkets.
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>>2302
Never seen any of them. Do you have any example of such an otaku?
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>>2303
I'm honestly surprised you haven't seen them. Japanese gun otaku are pretty common on the internet and are one of the more prevalant kinds of otaku. Enough to get their's own shitty one-note isekai LN/manga. said shitty LN is called "gun-ota" some shit
Most of them seem to get by on buying really expensive reproduction air rifles and over the top tacticool uniforms.
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>>2304
Also the fat guy from highschool of the dead is a gun otaku.
>>2304
If I see them on an anime I just think it's a silly anime thing and really don't think much more about it. Now that you mention it though, there is also a game where there are anime girls that each represent a rifle or gun, right? Can't recall the name now.
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>>2306
They are most certainly real. A bunch of them on YouTube in full tacticool gear and everything. The game is called Girls Frontline.
I recently recovered some saves for a 5 year old playthrough of Majoras Mask N64emu on my old bricked PC. Should I continue this play through (I was on final dungeon) Or should I replay the game from the beginning 3DS Emu with the mod that reverses all of the shit changes in that game.
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>>2308
>3DS Emu with the mod that reverses all of the shit changes in that game.
That's called the N64 version.
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>>2310
Yes but with 60FPS and updated textures and models. The updated textures are a bastardization of the dark tone of the original but I hear that the guy who made a faithful HD texture pack for the original is porting them over to the 3DS emu version when it's done. 
When that happens it'll be the optimal way to play due to (most importantly) the framerate and (less importantly) the better 3D models.
>>2308
Just continue the N64 playthrough. If you're really desperate for muh hd textures and models there are plenty of mods for the N64 version that achieve that, although I suggest you stop being an autist and just play the game as it is.
>60FPS
You'll have more luck getting an emulated N64 game to run at 60FPS than a 3DS game.
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>>2313
It's been 5 years so I'm not entirely sure but I am under the assumption that the game is frame locked at 30fps as most games at the time were. Due to animations and such.
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>>2315
Either that or it was 20fps N64, 30fps 3D. I'm not entirely sure.
>>2313
Doesn't rising the FPS in those old nintendo games fuck the animations and pretty much everything movement related in the game because it was designed to run at 20-30 fps?
>>2306
Speaking of such games, I dont see the appeal for those who consider themselves gun otkau. For the most part they're just scanty anime girls to oodle at that also hold guns and are named after those guns. It doesn't feel like anything a gun autist would like, but something any anime consumer would like. Guess what I'm trying to say is its that anyone who calls themselves a X autist wouldn't spend theur time on these militarised anime girls because they have little if anything to do with the actual equipment and are just there to appeal to the liz brain of the masses. Girls frontline, kankolle, girls und panzer, e.t.c. if one likes girls as well as military action then thats good enough to be a fan of those products.
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>>2335
Its likely made for gacha consumers primarily and secondarily for those with a casual interest in the topic. There's also the cheap appeal of anime girls + "thing I like" that might snag the more hardcore bunch. Not that I see any issues with that.
>>1062 (OP) 
It's a shame that the whole minetest thing died after we went to zzzchan. It was pretty comfy building things with other robots and seein what evreyone else was building. Even if it was only 4 or 5 autists.
Which one of you was the nigger who went around breaking torches and other retarded shit?
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>>2356
Looks like the server is still up. I'm sure if someone made a dedicated thread about it here people would start jumping in.
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>>2357
Might do that in the future since it was pretty comfy. I've got a lot of shit to get done now so it'll be saved for a later time.
How do you all think VR will change the way we consume media? 

I was able to try VR not too long ago and it was really beyond my expectations. The sense of presence you get when you're in VR is almost intoxicating. Actually being able to feel as if you're in these worlds which until now you've had to interact with through a screen was amazing. 
Even small things like relaxing in a room with an endearing character became infinitely more compelling.

As for the future of the media and what it entails, I'm almost sure that VR is the logical conclusion of entertainment. Entertainment has worked its way towards becoming more and more immersive in an attempt to become something more and VR seems to be the conclusion to this millennia-long strive.

mini-game/board-game/party-game type entertainment seems to enjoy less of the benefits of VR
>>2379
>mini-game/board-game/party-game type entertainment seems to enjoy less of the benefits of VR
That's cuz those types of games are built around being able to call the person next to you a nigger for stealing your Precioustone piece. If you had VR characters in a VR room you could maybe recreate this couch-multiplayer feeling, but you'd also need 4 VR headsets to track each player.
>>2379
I've never experienced it myself but beyond just "whoa cool porn and games" it'll probably become a social thing and maybe replace having desktop monitors I would guess, if it gets high enough resolution. I don't find it particularly enticing since it'll probably just become some spyware proprietary bullshit that gets people to rig their homes in cameras and microphones. Everything about having some sweaty screen glued to my face just sounds obnoxious.
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>>2381
I assure you that you need to try it in order to understand it. I would have agreed with you a few months ago but presence is a much much stronger feeling than I anticipated it being.
Even games that I thought boring become infinitely more playable when I boot them up in VR.
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>>2382
I'm sure it's cool, but even if it's super neat it's still clearly in beta test mode since there isn't a lot of software. I don't see any reason to drop a grand on the hardware for a product in that state. It's something that I just can't care about until there's some dirt cheap FOSS easily repairable entry point.
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>>2383
If you don't already have a VR ready PC then it does cost a shit ton. Worse of all faceberg is the only one selling a cheap VR headset at the moment. Luckily for me, if I ever do get one of their VR products I've had an oculus account tied to a 7-year-old burner facebook account with false information for quite some time now with no ban yet. I'm not sure how effective this'd be at preventing malicious data collection.
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>>2385
A burner facebook account probably wouldn't do much of anything. Connecting from an IP that has been linked to any other activity will just instantly expose your advertising ID and real identity. Then there's the headset itself which is filled with all kinds of sensors probably sending telemetry about anything and everything you're doing back to their servers. I'd just take the financial hit and go with Valve's VR shit since at least they support FOSS shit to an extent and aren't nearly as unethical of a company like (((facebook))).
>>2379
VR is probably cursed. Everyone was all excited for Oculus and then it got fucked by Facebook.
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Valve would be the ideal competitor but what's more likely is that valve sticks to the high grade consumer market they targeted last time and the responsibility to compete would lie on other companies. If they do compete they could use facebook's data collection as a marketing point against them, as could any other quest competitors.
Meant to reply to >>2387
>>2379
Give it a few more years when the technology is good enough and the price is reasonable for most people and tools for everyone to create games with. Now then it will be the best thing in the world. So long the real world.
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>>2390
VR seems like it's gonna be an amazing way to forget about this hell hole for a while.
I wonder how many robots have died over the years. I also wonder where all the niggers from 8ch /r9k/  or anon cafe are at right now. Are they normalniggers? Have they moved on from the internet to focus on other things? Its a shame that I'll never be able to find out.
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>>2393
I ran out of shit to say a long time ago. Although, when I had shit to say it was a struggle and mostly not worthwhile. I haven't been able to focus enough to read books for most of my life, now the same is happening with posts. I wish I had something to focus on other than the internet because I don't even do anything on it.
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I'm stuck.
I can't even hit rock bottom.
Even people more autistic and dysfunctional than me seem to scrape by way better, somehow.
Everything around me is moving, and I can't get myself to move.
Interacting with other people became even more difficult because of this.
Wherever I apply myself, it almost never seems to pay off, at least by my subjective evaluation.
Trying to change my mindset has lead to nothing, trying to scare myself with real scenarios of what's going to happen thanks to me acting apathetic only made me accept my possible future.
I can't even get myself to rest properly, nor can I find a moment for myself to, once and for all, finally re-evaluate where I currently am.
Staying away from entertainment and focusing on health is not really helping me either, not that I have ever stop doing that.
Maybe I should just wait until there is enough pressure for me to start acting, but things never seem get bad fast enough for me to start caring in any way.
Whether it's me being stuck in a stagnating limbo, or the stagnating limbo being stuck in me - when push comes to shove, it may be too late.
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I have a stomach bug and so does my whole family including my dog. Guess I’ll just watch anime and lay down in pain in a ball. God stomach pain is the worst.
https://zzzchan.xyz/b/thread/17868.html
Nice while it lasted. Where can we go from here?
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>>2397
>linking a URL on the same site
Come on anon, what's wrong with you?
>>>/b/17868
>>2381
Funnily enough. Carmack envisions vr to do just that. He believes that vr will replace the monitor/laptop because of its compact size and possible future developments into performance.
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>>2399
I still couldn't see myself being comfortable having a device strapped to my head during day to day computing. I already feel like a degenerate sitting at a desk in an office chair for 12+ hours a day.
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>>2397
I already mentioned how easily the webring could get fucked by a single name drop. The only way to counter this would be to either become even more obscure or bend over backwards to impliment a more private system than the current one. Both could end up killing the webring.

And to think this all started with some retard on pol.
I guess they won.
Or nothing might happen, which is more likely. The doc seems more likely to be focusing on 8ch and 8kun than the webring. At least one can only hope.
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>>2402
Nothing will probably come of it, but potential happenings are still both fun and spooky at the same time
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>>2403
I hope nothing comes of it but maybe the chaos might be beneficial in regards to giving lost users a point in the right direction. people who cared enough about 8chan to look deeper into where everyone went instead of the masses who want to observe the spooky americian terrorists. I dunno, would be better than getting cuckchannelers.
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>>2404
>I dunno, would be better than getting cuckchannelers.
If an influx of users does occur I suspect it would probably be due to a bunch of cuckchan threads discussing the documentary series, a bunch of news outlets, leddit threads, etc. Then people start asking what ever happened to the 8chan boards on places like cuckchan, and cuckchan cross-posting retards will point them to the webring.

I have mixed feelings on catalyst events like these. On one hand I kind of miss a more active and chaotic atmosphere, but on the other hand I like how things are now. I think there's enough measures in place to get the best of both worlds. Maybe 8moe becomes the cuckchan infested high PPH cesspool for retarded shit-posting and the rest of the webring can remain comfy.
>>2400
I don't see the appeal of using VR to do regular computer shit (or work). The only added benefit of doing that is that you could load up some virtual environment which could either, help you relax in day-to-day use, or help you stay motivated for work use. That would be the only real way to take advantage of VR for non-game-related computer use.
That still doesn't seem like it would be an everyday thing though. Only something you'd do every now and then to change things up.

Once I get one of these headsets I'll describe my experiences since a lot of this is just conjecture.
Sleepychan /v/ niggers must be having a field day. They are having all of their suspicions about Mark confirmed thrice over.
The motherfucker sold out 8moe for some food and a hundred bucks.
And I could bet anything that cakecucks will still defend using his boards even after this shitshow is over.
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>>2407
Who the fuck even trusts that fat kike at this point? I find it amazing that there are anons that can trust that obese jewish retard at this point.
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>>2408
>Who the fuck even trusts that fat kike at this point?
about half of the leftovers of 8chan's community since they still post on his site apparently
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>>2409
I will never understand how these retards after shitposting for years on 8chan still trust any kind of kike.
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>>2412
>I will never understand how these retards after shitposting for years on 8chan still trust any kind of kike.
Same can be said for 4chan. A lot of users are just looking for a "reddit alternative" and simply don't care about the quality of administration... The "wholesome 100 keanu chungus" users and "topkek nigger faggot checkem" users are both parts of the same crowd.
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>>2417
Most of the idiots who ended up back on cuckchan are just ignorant to the webrings existence. Unfortunately there's not really any way to scrape just the "good anons" that lost their way without exposing yourself to all the cancer and glow niggers at the same time. So you just end up stuck. At least back in the day you could kind of shill on cuckchan and it wasn't the worst thing in the world in 2014, but these days 99.99% of the posters are so unbelievably beyond redemption that it can't possibly be worth the risk exposing yourself to them.
I think we can be sure that cuckchan niggers won't be coming here. Chances are that they're going to check out 8kunt and 8moe, shit up those places a bit, and then move on and forget. A few cuckchan niggers might crop up but I don't think it'll be enough to be a problem. If push comes to shove enable sitewide captcha. Cuckchan is all about extremely low effort brainless posting and so the 4 braincells required to complete the captcha should be enough to ward them off.
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Do you think that it will be easy to get some doctor to falsify a vaccine certificate? I'm not sure how easy it will be in my country, but if I can get it I will do so because it will get normalniggers off my back.
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>>2393
There were probably a few deaths/suicides, but I think most of them just moved on to something or somewhere else.

>>2394
>I ran out of shit to say a long time ago. Although, when I had shit to say it was a struggle and mostly not worthwhile.
I'm more or less in the same boat. I haven't posted in months and I only browse maybe twice per month. I just don't feel like there's anything left for me to talk about, and the few things I could talk about I feel like I already know what kind of responses I'll get, so I rarely feel motivated to post. I'm only posting now because I feel the need to talk to someone, and other robots are the only people on Earth that even somewhat understand me.

>>2395
I'm know how you feel, anon. I've been stuck in the same place in my life for years, and every time I start to formulate a plan to better my situation, it either falls apart or I am struck with a wave of unexplainable fear and shrink right back to square one. Everyone else I know is doing something with their lives, good or bad, but not me. I'm paralyzed right here, where I've always been.
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I just want to love and be loved. But I can’t do it. It a weird thing that everyone can do but I can’t.
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>>2439
If you live on your own look into getting a pet (if you don't hate/dislike animals). Preferably a dog since they fit the bill for unconditional love more than a cat (a cat is fine too though). Just make sure you're aware of the responsibility that having a pet is and be ready to put in some work. 
If you want human connection, however, you're probably shit out of luck. The number of people who are worth connecting to is exceedingly rare.
A pet is a good substitute though. Less meaningful but also less complicated and purer.

This probably isn't the answer your looking for though and perhaps I'm biased as someone who loved his family pets back in the day.
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>>2440
I've had pets as a kid and loved them. I live alone, and I've thought about getting a pet, however right now my living situation isn't stable enough for me to justify it and I'm worried that if I can hardly take care of myself, I shouldn't try to take care of an animal. I'm afraid I'd neglect it.

Either way, while I do want a pet, they are still animals at the end of the day. I do want human connection. Just one person I can be completely unguarded around. I don't know, maybe such a thing doesn't truly exist, and is just the ideal of a "soul mate". Either way thanks for posting.
Keeping up with imageboards, communities and threads is tedious. Then I remember looking at them all day with nothing new happening even though I feel compelled to stick around in case I miss something.
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>>2449
It really has a lot to do with FOMO. You think something interesting going to happen so you tend to stick around and procrastinate. Personally, I myself have been trying to wean myself off of them and do more productive things in my time. I'm not going to do the alternative and start interacting with normals, but there are so many things that I have robbed myself of by spending the majority of my time lurking boards. It's really unhealthy.
>dropped out of university
Was just a matter of time. I went for the stem meme since sciences where always easy for me but I simply lost all interest, without aim and motivation it was hard to continue, especially since corona robbed me of the mindless "dragging yourself to lectures and assignments" rhythm. Still better than wageslavery, as a student has a lot of freedom I guess, but I was unable to sit down multiple hours a day and fill my mind with stuff that doesn't really interest me.
Now my parents (and grandparents, all accomplished stem faggs, which makes me even more of a failure in contrast) will pressure me to pick up another subject or to wageslave. Wageslaving is not really an option for me, as I have no interest in spending most of my waking hours in soulcrushing labor that won't yield anything I want (the only thing I kind of desire is a quiet hut where I can live, withdraw and focus), wages are too low and the financial state isn't that stable.
So now my only real options are NEETING, drawback being I will likely have to resort to some not quiet place in the nigger cattle filled city. Or starting over uni with history, as I tend to read quite a bit and it does interest me somewhat, my parents would also stop pestering me on top of that. Neither way is optimal.
The only thing that keeps me from blowing my brains out is the prospect of turning base metals into gold via alchemy, failure will result in my death either way. 
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>>2480
As someone who’s went through a lot of shit in their higher education, just remember that school will always be there if/when you want to go back to it. Don’t feel as though you’ve wasted time or missed some opportunity.
>>2423
cuckchan /r9k/ is wants to be /soc/, but alas, they are /r9k/. the only stragglers that would end up here and stay are the ones who've been there pre-elliot, which isnt necessarily a bad thing
What does  FTDDTOT mean?
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>>2500
faggots that don't do things off topic
After an all nighter, one of the hardest thing to do is to find out what provides just enough mental stimulation to wake you up whilst also not being of enough quality that you would ruin it by doing it sleep deprived (i.e playing a good game).
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>>2500
Oh look we have a guest.
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>>2504
Is it bad?
>>2502
I generally read a shitty manga that's been on my backlog for a while.
Apparently wizchan is down. I wonder if it is good. Would be a shame, it was an iconic imageboard.
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>>2532
It was a pozzed imageboard with pozzed admins and 95% of the "wizards" there were larping young people.
>>2480
You did the right thing. I've been going to uni for the past 5 years (for CS, like all the other neckbeards), and for the past year I've forced myself to wageslave as well. Now my life is a hell. I'm working at an office doing tech support for $15/hr, where I sit in a grey room doing easy yet extremely boring tasks all day. It has made me despise computers and technology in general. At the same time I'm taking the last two classes needed to graduate uni. And there were no good classes left this semester, so I got stuck in two classes I have no interest in. And one of them is a research class where I have to work my ass off to fulfill some professor's shitty idea. I've been up all night the past three days preparing for a demonstration of it. Now he says we're preparing for a series of trials (as it's a biomedical thing) and if it gets approved we'll get full funding and I'll have to continue working on it into the summer.

And the worst part is, even with all the money I've saved up from working, I still have -$10,000 net worth from my student loan debt. Whereas before college I had $15,000 saved up just from mowing lawns & working at my mom's restaurant in the summer. I even was going to invest all that money into cryptocurrency but ended up blowing it all on my college expenses. I didn't even want to go to college, but I listened to my stupid fucking parents telling me I won't get a decent job without a STEM degree (even though neither of them had one). Now I just want to run away to live in the woods but I'm probably too much of a weak subhuman for that.

Sorry had to rant. In short do not fall for the grind meme. Don't listen to your parents unless you have a damn good reason to. Take it easy, only work when there is a meaningful outcome from it (no, earning monopoly money is not meaningful).
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>>2541
I don't look at getting a degree as a complete waste of time, unless you major in liberal arts. Some positions actually do require you to have one. Most of the time, though, you'll end up making a bit more money than someone else without a degree, in a job that you are not really happy with. But a lot of people start out in entry level positions like yours. Think of having that overpriced piece of paper as a way to show employers that you aren't incompetent and can do the task at hand.
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>>2551
That's true, although it's bullshit. I've learned far far more from doing stuff at work and in my spare time than 4 years worth of classes. Most of it is regurgitating information in order to pass a test, after which you soon forget it all. And there are some companies which will take work experience in place of college. Maybe it's different for other fields, but at least for IT I think it's better to get some basic certifications and then work helpdesk for a while rather than going to (((college))).
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>30 year old loser
>only make about $2000 a month
>live with parents 
>shrink thinks that it would be a good idea to move out
>he thinks it would motivate me if I felt more independent 
>I'm terrified that I will fall victim to my indulgences if I do that
>on top of that the area I live in is pretty expensive
>don't really want to quit my job and look for another one either

Honestly I think I could make due and sort of scrape by. I have money saved, but it won't last that long. I'd probably have to move to a shit area (I live near Los Angeles), but I really don't deserve any comforts anyway. Like I said the one thing that gets me is I have zero motivation. I'm afraid I'll find a cheap apartment, go to work, come back, waste time, sleep, then do it all again for another 50 years. I cant say I do anything different now while living at home, but I at least feel somewhat useful and there is at least a little push from them. I gotta grow up sometime, but it feels like it's just too late. Fuck I make a lot of excuses.
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Reminder to ignore and report the obvious cuckchan rapefugee in the catalog to Tyrone.
Do not feed it replies.
>>2554
>there are some companies which will take work experience in place of college
A lot of companies in IT value work experience because that demonstrates that you actually know what you are doing, but in most cases they will have a salary cap if you don't have a certain degree,

>>2551
>I don't look at getting a degree as a complete waste of time, unless you major in liberal arts.
For the retards that do liberal arts, just like most of the low demand careers it's more about building a solid list of contacts and making some associates than whatever shit they are teaching you.
>>2570
>(((therapist)))
Instead of wondering what may or may not "motivate" you to do whatever it is you're supposed to be motivated towards doing, how about you develop your axiomatic systems and grow out of needing another adult man to give you direction in life. If you're still wondering how you might react to a situation and praying your brain might fire off the correct chemical response then you might as well be an emotional infant. If you're comfortable accumulating capital while you play vidya and jerk off in parents home then do it. If you have some other ideal life experiences in mind then move out and work towards it.

You could sit in your parents house until they died and it would make little difference. If you were concerned about the immediacy of life you wouldn't be 30 years old and still struggle with fundamentals like this. Just be yourself.
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Losing the will to keep going slowly every day, all my calculations point to the game being beyond rigged.
If you aren't born free, you most likely never will be, and if you have a chance it will be beyond your able years even without a single mistake in your entire life path, a decade of peace after a century of suffering.
We are free only in death.
We are alive only in death.
Life is death.
I feel really old, the other day i was talking with my brother and he just kept bringing up these youtubers, streamers and shitty musicians about how popular they were and how much money the money they made. He seemed puzzled by the fact that i knew neither of the aforementioned. After showing me a really spaztic and loud video of some random guy i was even more confused about how that many people could like something like that. Then again i might be getting to old for "internet humour".
Sometimes I cook up some pretty good ideas (maybe) but without the skillset needed to actually do the thing. I wonder if it would ever be worth it to actually pursue those skills or if the whole thing would just end as a dumb pipe dream and a lot of wasted time.
>>2575
Eww. Fuck people like you.
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>>2589
If people started to fuck robots we wouldn't have any robots left to hang out with, not ideal.
(I am sleep-deprived at the moment and drank coffee not too long ago so what comes next is likely incoherent rambling. You have been warned)
I wonder what implications complete immersion or "full dive" VR in tandem with conscious emulating/conscious ai would be, especially regarding robots. 

I remember in the waifu thread some anons talking about "going their [waifus] world" rather than bringing them down to the shit here with us. Thinking back on had me wondering about the serious possibility that something like that might be possible in the future. Not by magic or some shit but by effectively traveling to a "their world", or a virtual version of it. Said world could have different rules, different people, and even a different look (say you want your waifu to still be anime but not uncanny as an anime girl would look IRL). You would be living in a world completely separated and void of the shit that makes our own pretty shit. But most importantly the whole thing would feel so real that it would be indistinguishable from current reality, not in rules, but in how convinced you are that it is "real". It really puts you into a bit of a matrix-like moral situation where you have to weigh out what the actual value of reality is. 

At the moment, being aware of reality has innate value as a pragmatic way to avoid getting fucked over or fucking yourself over in the future. For example, say a normalnigger is deluded about marriage gets married, he suffers the consequence of either being tied down to a hag for the rest of his life or losing half of his wealth and property. Due to his rejection of reality, he suffers and so again clear view of the world is pragmatic. But what value will "reality" have once there are no consequences to abandoning reality? Does "true" reality have inherent value seperate from pragmatism? I'm really not sure.

There's also the fact that if we do retreat into virtual worlds we're basically throwing the towel on the niggerdom of humanity and accepting that it has been pozzed beyond any hope of repair. I honestly don't mind this since I'm already of the opinion that we're past the point of no return.

Post script regarding the technicalities of the whole thing. "full dive" vr will likely be relegated to being a form of entertainment (perhaps the de facto form) for a while and likely won't become a 24/7 life replacement thing until post-scarcity happens. Before post-scarcity the best it can be is a sort of second-life, and if we live for any of this, that is likely the most developed level we will see. All of this is also assuming that normalniggers don't  A: find a way to end the world before this all happens or B: find a way to corrupt the technology for their kiked purposes. Either not happening would be fairly surprising, both not happening would be a miracle. One I hope for but will not expect.

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>>2591
These have all been genuine questions. I myself don't really have a solid opinion on them. At the moment, the most I can say is that I think that the breaking point for any argument of the value of current reality will be lost once AI becomes sufficiently complex to develop consciousness. At that point whatever world was created may as well be another dimension. For the spiritually minded this day may never come (for obvious reasons) and so for those people, I doubt the value of this reality is even a question. And for people like us (who either aren't spiritual or could give less of a fuck if the AI is actually conscious despite being spiritual) who lament the current state of things the value of the virtual world will likely overtake that of the real world much much earlier as we hold this one in such little regard.

Again sorry if this is a mess of incoherent rambling. I just had a lot of ideas floating around and needed to get them out even if it was in the sleep-deprived, autistic ramblings. At the end of the day, I just want to see my waifu and live in muh pretty isekai world and shit so don't take the moral pondering here too seriously.
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>>2570
I've read that men's mental health improves when they're in some kind of struggle, so maybe hes hinting at that but im not sure. I doubt being a wageslave is the kind of struggle that helps.
>>2592
I dont think it could happen because such a thing would remove humans from thenwagecage if it becomes more than just a second life, which big rabbi doesnt want. But that could be considered corrupting the technology. I feel like such a technology could only happen in a "cyberpunk" setting. Youd have to be able to aquire the funds to obtain tech that will maintain your real body for the time you want to spend in the gamer world, as well as avoiding collectors that want you to pay your bills. Leathal drug injection so you die when you've run out of time/resources in the real world would probably be nice too.
As for you philosophizing, i think reality has importance in creating ideas that are used to forge the ideal fictional world to live in, but theres nothing stopping the human mind from doing the same imaginationing  in virtual reality. You could also always just live in worlds preconfiged by others or in servers with other people in them, but that might open pathways to corruption. We then end up back to square one where ones ideal life is subject to the culture and world around him. A big part of the cancer in irl world i feel is the complacency people have for it. They just accept that the world should be a grindy jewy cesspit and anyone who tries to seek a different life is lazy/morally evil or what have you. The way this kind of vr can be corrupted is that people who are used to certain things irl wont notice them in vr, and that provides the opening corruption needs to slowly keep pushing the envelope. This wouldn't matter in offline single player vr but then people configurating their own vr may not know what makes them content and may just make themselves worse off if they cant "find themselves". Lets say a wagie gets into this vr, he just doesn't want to work and live a life of relaxing. This however makes him bored and discontent after a while, but because he only knows a life of waging, a life he hates, he cant figure out why vr life is also suffering for him. What he needs is a world with mechanics he can enjoy working on at his own pace. The question is then how does man create a world that can provide contentment for him, when he himself does not know exactly what he wants? That ties us back to reality and all its mechanics. For deep vr to work it would need all the opportunity for creation and sensation that the real world has but with the ability to change the toil needed to achieve things there needs to be the opportunity for a man to figure out himself what truely gives him peace and satisfaction in life, which may not be the escapism that he used to numb himself from reality. How can that be done? Being able to live in whatever setting you want is something that builds on top of this i feel. Or maybe im thinking about this all wrong and im just projecting my increasing discontent for videogames i dunno im rambling just as much as you are
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>>2598
>For deep vr to work it would need all the opportunity for creation and sensation that the real world has but with the ability to change the toil needed to achieve things there needs to be the opportunity for a man to figure out himself what truely gives him peace and satisfaction in life, which may not be the escapism that he used to numb himself from reality.
I missed a period.
<...but with the ability to change the toil needed to achieve things. There needs to be the opportunity for a man to figure out himself...
>>2591
I don't think normal people would ever see a sentient machine as such, if such a thing as a sentient machine is even possible. I don't believe it is, humans work in some sort of schizo logic, where the majority of our thoughts tend to be very irrational and affected by whatever is happening or has happened.
>spoiler
That's most likely (unless you had fuckton of money) although i don't believe it would be massively widespreaded, normal people will always have a stigma against something like that.The whole alternative reality is strange enough as it is right now, you'd look at Second Life or something similar and the majority of people there are pretty miserable in real life and most of them want to be masters of their own reality, which is why you'd some people there with a really atractive avatar when in reality they are hideous monster. The people there just want to live their fantasies and don't care too much for real life.
>>2598
Right now we can only look at Second Life for what the future of online vr might bring
>I dont think it could happen because such a thing would remove humans from thenwagecage if it becomes more than just a second life
Strangely enough there's people who live by getting money from Second Life, i believe most of them bought servers when they were cheap, hoard them, and year after year they have had people renting them. Then again this people are seen as freaks by almost everyone because in the majority of cases this people spend insane amounts of time playing the game.
>The question is then how does man create a world that can provide contentment for him
The majority of the people in simulation games have their own fair share of struggles in real life and just want some kind of escape. Most likely they wouldn't play them if their lifes were perfect. I don't think too many people will see the vr games as more than mere entertainment. 

>Being able to live in whatever setting you want is something that builds on top of this i feel. Or maybe im thinking about this all wrong and im just projecting my increasing discontent for videogames i dunno im rambling just as much as you are
I don't know man somehow as the years pass i feel generally less immersed in games, the worlds became very stale and only graphics get 1% better every year.
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>online vr
I actually think the japs were on the money with the VRMMO prediction. Immersion is only completely taken advantage of when you have a world to get immersed into and the only way to have that with an online game is to make it an MMO. I suspect that it'll actually be a lot like that shit show SAO where staple online game genres have MMO tacked on to them (i.e MMOFPS). VRMMOs could also be monetized up the ass, in the same way, that modern MMOs are (i.e cosmetics and "property"). 
Competitive multiplayer games (probably the most popular type of game at the moment) which are transferred to fivr would probably have "arenas" which simulate traditional match-based gameplay. Without that, they wouldn't be able to hook the people who don't have 5 hours of uninterrupted free time to grind out their character.

If I live to see this technology I would probably just use it in a solitary way.
So here's to hoping the kikes don't ruin this technology/end the world so I can spend my free time ina(fantasy)woods raisin crops and huntin monsters n shit maybe with a waifu.
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>>2607
>The future of VR videogames is chinese Call of Duty
Maybe in Asia but the jews don't allow us to have anything remotely good. This without considering the amount of time VR will take to take off. I'll enjoy it anyway
Im not sure where else to go about this but do you guys believe in dreams meaning anything? Ive been getting sick in my dreams or put in weird situations not sure if from loneliness. Recently ive been having dreams of women from youtube clips that i dont even follow or watch extensively doing everyday things

What the fuck went wrong in my life for me to be in these situations...its gotten pathetic and ive become self aware of it
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>>2623
I usually have nightmares about things that I dread and worry about, often times waking up with dread I don't experience in normal waking life. I don't think they have any significance, I'm absolutely sure it's the mind trying to make sense or plan for something. or reminding me that a war can devastate everything and I can't do a thing about it, or that even if I did I'd have to live through hellish circumstances.
>>2623
>do you guys believe in dreams meaning anything?
In my experience random dreams mean little, but recurring dreams can hold significant meaning. For example, throughout my childhood and adolescence, my dad was an asshole to me. He treated me like an idiot, he would laugh at me or yell at me for making mistakes, and generally made me feel inadequate at most everything, but I was never in a position to do anything about it. So I used to dream that my dad and I would get into arguments that would quickly escalate into physical fights. I would punch him and kick him as hard as I could, I would even try striking him with whatever I found like pipes or bats. However, no matter how I tried, I couldn't defeat him, I couldn't even hurt him in the slightest. This recurring dream was obviously a result of the helplessness I felt when dealing with my dad.

I once heard that 'dreams are the subconscious mind's attempt to solve problems that the conscious mind cannot.' I'm not sure if that's entirely true, but I think that recurring dreams are at least the subconscious mind's way of alerting you to a problem you may not be consciously aware of. I don't know your situation anon, but if you're having recurring dreams, then I'm willing to bet it is tied to something your currently dealing with in life, likely something that is causing you a considerable deal of stress or anxiety. If it is loneliness, then you may need to find a way to cope with those feelings, since sadly there is little a robot can do to really 'fix' loneliness.
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>>2626
Agreed. I have had many dreams with recurring themes, and they generally had to do with what I spend my time on or on events in the past that I did not focus on as much as I should have.
i dont like having dreams every night, it just leaves me in a weird mood and i usually forget the dream anyways. at least it shows that my brain still works, thats nice i guess
Dreaming is something I love. I have this childish thing where I can sleep relatively easily compared to most people, though I don't sleep much mostly, because I don't want the next day to start. Sort of like the first Harvest Moon game where you can indefinitely keep the night going just by not going to bed.

So anyway dream is what I look forward to. When I don't have dreams, or can't remember what I said, it bums me out slightly. On the other hand, when I do, I love what I just went through, even if it's a nightmare.

Every since I was a kid, I'd always tried to make myself more likely to dream because of cartoons and TV, so I'd eat pizza before bed, just whatever I could to dream. These days I use alcohol and it's a lot more effective especially when paired with pizza, and I get into this drunken stupor daze fever dream sleep that usually gives me a cold or something when I wake up.

My dreams vary, but my favorite one was... some kind of adventure, I don't remember all the details but it was about some kind of space station thing where people I knew from my life joined me and a sequence of fast events happened that made me feel ways like in a movie, and when I woke up, I felt like I had just closed the book on a story that would instantly become my near and dear favorite.
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Are there any good English-speaking textboards nowadays?
>>2649
>I don't sleep much mostly, because I don't want the next day to start.
I'm the same way. I usually try to get to bed at a certain time so I can wake up at a certain time. I attempt this in the vain hope that I can have a relatively neat schedule and possibly get some quality sleep on a regular basis. It never works out that way, however. Each night, I usually bury myself in whatever activity I'm doing, then I look at the clock and realize that I've been awake for an hour or two longer than I planned, so I stay up another 30 minutes and finally lie down. But I don't really want tomorrow to come, so I get really anxious and I have multiple thoughts going through my head and I struggle to slow my thoughts down enough to relax and rest. So in the end, everything falls apart and I get only a little bit of low-quality sleep and spend the day feeling tired, but still ultimately resisting sleep.

Anyway, I'm fairly neutral on dreams. I usually don't like or dislike them necessarily. There are some that I have really enjoyed, most often involving adventures or undergoing some form of transcendence. Then there are occasionally dreams that leave me feeling disturbed or depressed, like the one I mentioned above about being powerless against my dad. However, for the most part, I usually don't feel very strongly about most of my dreams or about the act of having dreams.
Fuck I hate politics. The fact that anons still give enough of a shit about them to make entire boards is truly an enigma.
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>>2674
>Fuck I hate politics. The fact that anons still give enough of a shit about them to make entire boards is truly an enigma.
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>>2676
>4.1 megabyte image of a tissue box
Why.
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>>2677
regular tissue box wasn't enough
>>2677
>he doesn't know
All I'll say is you probably don't want to have it saved on your HDD when the FBI come knocking.
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>>2679
>when the FBI come knocking.
assuming they'll come 'knocking'
>>2679
I don't get it. I tried renaming to .rar, opening in notepad, etc.. I didn't find any hidden data...
>>2693
The vaccine doesn't prevent you from spreading the virus to other people, that isn't how it works. The vaccine won't even prevent you from getting sick from the virus, it'll just potentially decrease the affects of that seasons strain of the virus if you happen to catch it. Much like the flu shot many people who get it will still get sick and still spread the flu to other people, and much like the flu shot they need to be constantly updated and changed every season.

People are treating corona and the vaccine like it's comparable to something like the fucking rabies vaccine. If you end up having to get the shot then so be it. It's probably not worth fretting over too much. I'm not sure I buy the "vaccines are a ploy to make half the world infertile" theories. But the hysteria over getting them has personally made me not want to get it just out of spite for how obnoxious normalniggers have been about it.
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So there's no point in getting it, just to prove that I got a not very useful vaccine for something that I don't really need one? 
>But the hysteria over getting them has personally made me not want to get it just out of spite for how obnoxious normalniggers have been about it.
That's how is feel about it, look at the data from my state, barley anyone died compared to our population, and yet boomers think corona is a huge killer.
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Post that was deleted for context. 
My parents especially mom want me to be vaccinated, every day they persist, giving me a spiel  about how "for my health and other people's health I need to get vaccinated" even if I tell them straight  nos or tell them later. They give me shit  because I had health issues when I was younger and almost died and my county is purple because of niggers, I'm better now and better health than most of my family. But I have to get some even if I know no one directly related from me that died from  it. It's all tiresome and niggerpilled boomer parents that have control over my life think that I should do and think the same way they do.
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>>2695
>So there's no point in getting it, just to prove that I got a not very useful vaccine for something that I don't really need one? 
I mean there might be. I won't pretend to know whether or not someone with underlying conditions like childhood asthma should be getting vaccinated. I think the fact that "experts" have come out and flat out said that you will need multiples doses over years kind of makes it seem tedious and pointless.
>well you dodged this seasons strain, but you better remember to get your next seasonal dose or else you'll just fucking die dude
I suppose the argument would be that by the time season the hospitals won't be as overcrowded so there will be less cause for concern, and that this seasons vaccines have more immediate value for that reason. But that's me being as charitable as I can to both perspectives.

I can't give any definitive medical advise. I can't say anything for certain. It's all just a matter of cost benefit analysis that you need to make for yourself.
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>I think the fact that "experts" have come out and flat out said that you will need multiples doses over years kind of makes it seem tedious and pointless.
That's my problem is even if you get one they want you to rely on them for years and multiple shots per year, because they claim a new deadly strain each week.
>It's all just a matter of cost benefit analysis that you need to make for yourself. 
It would only benefit me by my parents not being on my ass everyday about this for now, but they're do the same thing next year and the rest of my life because of these faggot "experts" will pull a rabbit out of their asses and just repeat "new deadlier strain" and "higher rates" and my parents and family will keep on believing even if they tell you flat out dumb retarded shit because they're "experts" and you're a "conspiracy theorist" if you don't listen to them.
>Decide to check out how likely I am to die of Covid
>Download the official data of defunctions
>Mean age of death 77, standard deviation 13 years
>It fits well a standard distribution, even if it has a bit of kurtosis
>Calculate the probability of dying from it, finally
>It's fucking 0.000003 for ages 20-40
And then they tell me to get the cuck jab lmao.
>>2696
Slap your whore of a mother, anon. Grow some balls.
I have been enjoying more history documentaries lately. My favourite one is The Death of Yugoslavia: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oODjsdLoSYo
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I apathetically have my mind disconnected from my body and actions so I'm never really in control of what I do or wholly experience anything so why bother if I do something dumb and put my brain on autopilot and look like I'm slow and autistic.  I also feel like if I don't confess and spiel personal crimes to no matter how stained or supplementary I'm living a lie and lying to myself which makes me lose respect among what friends I've made with left.
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Any hope of a 30 neet making it in life? why cant something snap and turn me into a normalfag with a job or something
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>>2710
Wanting to be a normalfag is the first problem
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>>2710
First, I will say that I agree with this anon >>2711 here. You know how movies, tv, books, etc. will say that old cliché 'a fate worse than death?' I firmly believe that life as a normalfag fits into that category. Becoming a normalfag wouldn't make you happy or even content, you would just become ignorant of your own pain, spending each day slaving away at a shitty nine-to-five and then going home to mindlessly laugh at low-effort memes on social media or complain about mainstream politics in whatever echo-chamber you've chosen to call home. That is not life, that is un-life, the existence of a walking corpse. Better to live your life awake, or be dead.

With that being said, whether or not there is hope in this life very likely depends upon your own definition of 'making it.' If it's the fulfilling career and the family and the house with the picket fence then forget it, that life isn't even available to normalfags anymore, much less robots/wizards like us. I do think there are still ways to scrape out some kind of tolerable living on this shitty planet, but it's far more challenging for those who exist on the fringes of society, but not impossible. It all really depends on what you want in life, anon. So, what do you want?
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>>2711
>>2713
It is and does seem that living life ignorant and content of your surrounding is hell, but ironically, this seems to me the path that people that are loss usually seek and follow. almost a last resort after giving up and becoming ok with living a day to day routine only to exist. The horrofic truth of my own existence is that i DONT know what i want from it and dont know how to obtain what i want or need to do here. whos to blame or what snapped to become self aware of the shit going on and not accepting living life like the rest of the people?

thanks for responses
Been feeling more suicidal than ever and I think I have just about had it. The monotony of current life and the fact that things will likely never be great for me has nearly pushed me over the edge. I just don't envision anything positive happening anytime ever, let along anytime soon. Even waking up in the morning is a fucking pain.
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>The PCR tests are a scam
Top kek, why am I not surprised. I just hope they keep this up so I don't need to wagecuck outside of home.
Ive read somewhere that men require some struggle in their lives in order to feel contentment. Something to do that takes risk or mental investment. From my exp The more you hide from the world the less willing you are to do things outside your comfort zone of your room, which coumpounds the emptyness and discontent. I dont know how to help besides trying to go live innawoods for a few days or try building things minecraft style, thats what i long to do but never get the oppertunity
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>>2722
I have erred
My nails are growing faster than before and i think im getting hairier. I thought i was too old for this
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I've been thinking on this lately, and I'm pretty sure you're onto something. I've been in the same exact situation in life for some time now, I spend all day in my room, engaging in mostly the same activities as I run the clock out each day. I have a general idea of what I would like to do with my life, but I've become so comfortable in my situation that taking even the first step seems like a colossal undertaking, because I know in the back of my mind that once I get on that path, things will change for me, not in some huge or profound way, but just enough to scare me. So every time I try, I end up getting cold feet and going back to my usual activities. What's also funny about it is that I would never really describe myself as being comfortable in my life, but I think that in a strange way I've become comfortable with this level of discomfort.
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>>2719
When you say you want things to be great, what exactly do you mean? Are you able to pinpoint a list of things that, if became true, would make life worth living for you?.. It's easy to feel hopeless when there's no way out of hell, but chances are there is, you're just not seeing it. And once you do you may be able to work towards it.

>>2722
That makes perfect sense to me. I'm always the most motivated to do an enjoyable task when I'm pressured by a different task that is stressful and/or boring. So it would make sense for one to force himself out of the comfort zone every now and then in order to refuel that motivation.
>>2735
None of those.
>>2735
That picture is fucking retarded and everything wrong with cuckchan summed up nicely, which is where I assume you got it from. Trying to put people into little personality caricatures/archetypes might as well be the same thing as astrology or some stupid myers-briggs test.

The point of "being a robot" is self-evident, that your individual identity shouldn't matter. What matters is your ideas and what you have to contribute to online discourse. Making /r9k/ a contest about who can be the most incompetent loser is something only a teenager would waste their time doing.

Not being able to cook doesn't make you a robot, it makes you an idiot. Not being physically fit and healthy doesn't make you a robot, it makes you an idiot. Being miserable doesn't make you a robot, it just means you're miserable.
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>>2735
>robot
>no metallic parts
Fleshbags get off the internet
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>>2735
How can a man be this stupid as to post this picture and ask others for his opinion? In other words kill yourself nigger faggot.
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>>2738
Indeed. The flesh is weak. But I am already saved. For the machine is inmortal.
>>2737
I've had that picture for years so it's probably from cuckchan yes. My intent wasn't to psycho analyze / fit into archetypes but to post something we can poke fun at and maybe drive discussion, I'll choose better next time.
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>>2741
I appreciated the pic. It actually pegged me dead on.
>>2735
I just don't see how I will ever find happiness at this point. I dropped out of uni, there's no job prospects beyond dogshit work like being a cashier or stacking shelves (which I have done, it only made me feel worse), my family is split apart in part because of me being a failure but also because my parents are both shitty people. I can't see anything positive happening anytime soon. I would be lying if I was 100% determined to die but I do wish I would just cease to exist at this point.
>>2722
I've thought about doing shit like this, like joining the military for example, but I think i know myself well enough by now to know even that won't really fix me. I'm severely fucked in the head.
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>>2746
>I dropped out of uni, there's no job prospects
Depending on the faculty uni could be completely useless, and it's not a guarantee of finding a job either. Were you happy studying at uni? Maybe if you gave it another shot or tried a different faculty you will perform better, and it will give you some much needed fulfillment.
Otherwise, do something new that is out of your comfort zone and preferably a little dangerous, like the other anon said. Go hiking, camping, hunting, traveling...etc.
>I've thought about doing shit like this [...] but I think [...] that won't really fix me
You won't know unless you try. Don't try and stay miserable, or try knowing there's a possibility you'll succeed.
>my family is split apart in part because of me being a failure
Unless your "failure" is detrimental to them somehow, then they're assholes, because they should be helping or at least sympathizing with your situation. Don't let that drag you down and work on improving yourself, for yourself.
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>I also feel like if I don't confess and spiel personal crimes to no matter how stained or supplementary I'm living a lie and lying to myself which makes me lose respect among what friends I've made with left.
Your statement reminded me of the attached screencap discussing Notes From Underground back in the day and so I felt like sharing. Beyond that, I only wanted to say I appreciate your post, robot.
Is anybody starting to worry about becoming a mental kike?
Let me explain this. After this whole covid fiasco, I have seen the absolute retardation of normalniggers. I have no respect left for them. What separates me from a kike saying fuck the goyim and me saying fuck these normalniggers, if they want to eat shit, let them? I honestly am having a hard time seeing them as humans, to the point I wouldn't mind jewing them out of their money to pay for my NEETdom. Clearly I am fucking up, but evidence shows me that we are very different kinds of being. What do you think robots? Should I gas myself to be sure?
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>>2754
Discrimination is absolutely fine anon, just because kikes do it doesn't mean it's bad. When you interact with enough people of a certain group to notice a destructive pattern you'd only be a fool if you turned a blind eye to it.
>What separates me from a kike
The lack of an inherent desire to fuck people over and cause harm upon them, with and without reason... Unless you have that, then you're no different from a kike. If you can't make a positive impact on the world then at least don't shit it up.
Remember, greed will hook you on money like a drug and ultimately destroy you along with anyone who sticks around.
>>2754
At one point an autist figures out that normalfags aren't sentient and aren't capable of changing, and are essentially only capable of working and doing the tasks they're told to do, and figures out that he could use his ability to learn and adapt to his advantage. But it's boring, and sort of soul-crushing, to do it for any reason other than spite. Even then it's not all that good.
What defines a failure? It's not as straightforward as you think. Is it someone who can't find a job doing the most basic tasks imaginable even though he has a college degree? Is it someone who lives on neetbux because he can't survive any other way? Is it a middle-aged man who spends his days drinking the pain away while he sleeps inside a tent in the woods? Perhaps. But it's not his fault. Society failed him. He is lost, forgotten, left behind. He is living on nightmare mode, all the while teetering on the edge of a cliff. There is hope, though, as he looks over and sees the bottom far below. He waits for gravity to pull him over and finally end his misery.
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>>2761
It can be many things:
-Being a wageslave
-Being a normalnigger
-Liking 3DPD
Etc
You guys remember the accessibility bullshit normalniggers were peddling back when Sekiro came out?
I was thinking back on it and it reminds me of a common trend with normalniggers. That being their odd tendency to want to homogenize everything.

We've seen this in no short amount ourselves as they would waltz in here and for whatever reason demand that we are more open to non-robots or more loosely define what it means to be a robot, or in a sense make this place slightly more "accessible". This is the exact same shit we saw with Sekiro back in the day. They saw something they weren't able to get into and for some reason pressed to make it more suitable to them or more suitable to a wider audience.

Why? Why do they do this? It honestly perplexes me what drives them towards this desire for homogeneity? Why does Sekiro need an easy mode? Why does /r9k/ need to allow non-robots? Why does Goblin Slayer need to be less dark? Why does anime need to be censored and less sexualized? This thought pattern is so omnipresent among them and I don't understand why. Why does everything need to be a homogenized pile of crap from countries down to fucking video games and obscure image boards?

I'm honestly just throwing out my raw thoughts here so sorry if it's a bit incoherent.
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>>2782
Normalniggers need to feel like they belong everywhere, not just where they naturally belong. Anywhere that doesn't accept them for who they are must change because it's wrong to exclude people because anyone excluding others is a nazi bigot evil person (except when they do it then it's because they want to keep the nazi bigot evil people away). To an extent I understand their frustration, but I think I grew out of that sort of thinking some point during highschool. Seeing normalniggers reject me in terms of friendship or whatever highschool bullshit was frustrating until I realized that I wasn't meant to interact with their groups like that because that isn't who I am. They don't have the self-awareness to see that with themselves though.
>>2782
I normally, unconsciously, exhibit a similar thought pattern as the normalfag's obsession with changing things to suit their tastes at the expense of anything that might inconvenience them. Examples of what might inconvenience them being reality, or the mere thought of having to deal with problems even at the level of abstract analysis/spit shooting. The real difference is I tend to try to make things more accessible to others by allowing people to be idiots/loosening the rules rather than forcing everyone to conform to a group or ruleset they don't want to conform to, in order to indirectly increase the variety of thinking (and the chance of being able to take advantage of any new opportunity within the chaotic environment). I attribute this to me being a bit of a nigger who doesn't like people having excessive control over others. Was more prominent when I was younger but now I don't really have as much investment in people. 

A normalfag will align himself to what is normal and desires what is normal, and what is normal can change but he'll never acknowledge any change, and when he encounters something that isn't supportive of normality he'll work to change or destroy it, since people in general want environments that support them and their needs. 
Really long-winded way of expressing that last statement.
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There's a bad actor who's just dropped thousands of dollars on advertising this site on facebook. Stay safe, robots.
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>>2785
Who is that faggot? Should I start goreposting?
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>>2786
I don't think /r9k/ would be influenced much, if at all. The anons on here are aggressive enough to stop any normalfag from posting anyway.
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>>2787
Why not just say who that bad actor is? Sounds like he is a massive nigger
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>>2785
Prove it
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>>2788
>>2789
https://anon.cafe/meta/res/14384.html#14591
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>>2790
Thanks anon. I wonder why do people get so triggered at small imageboards like zzzchan existing.
>>2790
600-1.8k 0.5 second attention span normanniggers spread across a dozen imageboards isn't much.
>>2784
Should mention that normalfags do that in order to create stronger social cohesion to the groups they're aligned to, by removing any threat that might form and act against their approved social structure. It's basically what the Japanese do but more explicit and verbal instead of implicit.
today on i dont know how the world works and i just want to take everything at my own pace while neeting with my vidya: i dont know how to read builders blueprints/drawings
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>>2828
They aren’t that hard to read, I mean they’re designed to give you as much info as possible. What did you need it for? If you’re willing to post it I can try to help.
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>>2832
Im not sure if its me or the person who made it but this drawing is a case of "theres numbers everywhere but none where you need them". Theres no clear dimensions for each piece, and no individual picture is " self contained " with all its dimensions on it. Maybe I'm just smart enough but I was hoping these images worked like an instruction manual. This part has this cut into it, this part has that cut into it. Instead its a mess of numbers
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>>2832
if you want to look at some images I dont mind. This is all the information I have in regards to these 3 pieces
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>>2836
theres more drawings in regards to the whole build of course, but i dont see why all the information to cut this set cant be contained within them. the 2nd and 3rd images are from the overiew page
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>>2836
>Ameritard units
Not even fucking once. Can you imagine the annoyance for paperclip people, it's not enough getting abducted by the mutts to their jew lair but then you have to slave for the retards in the backround while being given no fame, and to top it all of you have to use their convoluted amerishart nonsensical retard units.
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>>2839
I dont mind inches, unless someone tries to do decimals with them. The fractions are easy enough to deal with, at least its stimulating to try and memorize 16ths. Also as long as they stick to the major fractions, halves, 4ths, 8ths, 16ths 32nds, I can always have some confidence in what sizes everything is with just a measuring tape, cant do that if someone does mm decimals. As long as it's numbers I can understand and do simple maths with I have no opinion on the matter. I find it kinda cool that the imperial system is the last remnant of using human body proportions as a unit of measurement i guess.
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>>2835
>>2836
They are generally made so they contain the least amount of measurements and cuts while still enabling a person to get all the measurements he needs. Simplicity should be the aim, because you can screw up and have a lot of double useless information that clutter up the prints if you are lazy.
I can't even tell what this piece is or what your problem is, given that you want help with it.
Also this >>2839
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>>2843
I think i understand more of it the more I look at it. This image doesn't matter right now im told not to worry about it. I cant tell you exactly why (because I dont know myself), but that drawing has values missing. What im hearing is that the guy doing drawing didnt label out the complete dimensions of those parts. Even after adding the various values to try and get the height of the pieces there's still some unknown lengths. I think the person did this in cad or something and thus had the tools to easily measure and align pieces. Computer nerd not realising that his work doesn't translate to manual labor well? Idk.
Its supposed to be sides of a case, the holes there are for venting. The three pieces fit inside the case dividing the space.
 I think the lack of depth also throws me off. Theres lines in those drawings that represent parts that are behind it, as well as a door (a set of 4 lines on one edge). I wish those weren't there
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>>2844
Also I should add that i did not study this kimd of stuff in school, nor did I apply for a job in this field. I'm here because of nepotism. I am not capable of regular function
>>2844
> the person did this in cad 
This is standard procedure nowadays and if he exported it from a cad (3d model most likely) the  measurements are generated and thus are unlikely to be wrong. Again, if you want actual help from me or someone else you have to be more specific, as in e.g. what length(s) you are searching

Should you be interested or want to play around some you can use FreeCAD: https://www.freecadweb.org 
It's a bit scuffed compared to the commercial stuff, kind of like gimp to Photoshop I guess.
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>>2846
yah dont worry about it for now, if any issues come later then I might ask. right now im doing something more simple. Thanks for offering at least
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>>2842
>I find it kinda cool that the imperial system is the last remnant of using human body proportions
I'd say its just the last remnants of der ewige anglo's jingoism, they refuse to embrace a standarized measurement unit to syncretize with a globalized world they alongside you know who themselves created, same way they use months before days in the US instead of following the more logical trend of days before months.

I think its funny that the imperial system is being kept at a serious level (in architecture engineering etc...) despite its arithmetrical complications, yet extreme autistic precision is emphathised in shit like  wargames where entire tables of scale and measurement equivalences are required to calculate x distances in paces, even tho you could just use your thumb on a piece of cardboard or a rope and make markings to make your own yardstick or something and say that scales are abstract, or just use a hex/square grid and get rid of it entirely (let alone RPGs where all the simplicity of a "theatre of the mind" is gone unless you ignore or homebrew your own range rules, since now you have to specify exactly how many yards or metres or whatever you are from that table and how far away you are from Y to calculate the -3+5/2+751 modifiers to range that will make any combat scenario slow to a crawl)
Kentaro Miura is dead. Damn shame.
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>>2868
Alas, all is... as it was written, Berserk has outlived not only a substantial ammount of its own readerbase, but now its own creator aswell to be honest i was already very angry at the fucker, seeing how hiatuses ramped up more and more and the latest chapters are literally Falconia filler, and retarded Fantasia island shenanigans, the whole thing stopped being interesting after the Tower arc nevermind Shierk, the godamn RPG party etc...
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>>2869
>>POST YOUR FACE WHEN YOU MIGHT ACTUALLY SEE THE GRIFFITH AND GUTS SHOWDOWN WITHIN YOUR LIFETIME
today was interesting, like the universe was laughing at me.
It seems that my perception has degraded to the point where I misunderstand details told to me. Was it my fault? was it theirs? I dont know but it just reaffirms that I shouldnt be interacting with people, but thats impossible at the wagecage. 
I also got the "look at where your cousins are" nag again. apparently the one a couple years older than me got married, and the younger is already making  his way through college. Neither things are happening to me of course, which is the reason le parent is nagging at me. 
It always surprises me when Im told how old I am, I try not to pay attention to it. How am I still alive
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>>2882
It's hard to tell from your post whether your parents are genuinely concerned for you or just jealous of your peers in the family, but regardless you should work towards a goal that you find satisfying and fulfilling. Look for jobs that can be done from home without physical interaction with others, find something you like? Apply for it, or if you don't meet the requirements then work towards meeting them, then apply. Not all jobs require a college degree mind you, sometimes self studying + a proof of your knowledge (e.g. portfolio, practical experience) are enough.
Don't beat yourself over your lack of social awareness, that comes with continuous social interaction with many different types of people in different situations, so you can do that if you like but you don't have to.
>>2882
I'm in a similar boat where I've cut ties with most people from my past, be it extended family or people I was acquitances with in high school and college and I'm just stuck with my shitty nagging parents in their failed and toxic (I know it's a buzzword but I think it is an appropriate term to use in this instance) marriage.
At least I don't feel jealousy, although by now I have almost no ego or self-worth left.
Fucking hell, I'm a piece of shit loser. I've failed community college twice now, and I'm never getting any kind of job because I was a NEET for the past four to five years. My parents want me to move with my dad, also a big fucking loser living with his parents, but I don't want to do that at all. I love my dad, but I don't want to be like him, always sleeping day or night when he isn't working, or else fucking around with a new girlfriend ever other week. I've seriously considered moving out into the wilderness and becoming some wildman/schizodruid, but I'm too much of a coward to do so, and I feel I'm woefully unprepared to survive, at least in the summer. I'd be playing on Hard or Dante Must Die mode if I went out now. Shit's fucked, and I have no one to blame but myself.
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>work in computer repair
>what looks to be a really tall, chubby woman walks in with a gaming PC
>taller than me even, and I'm already a lanklet
>double take
>it's a tranny
>tfw they've spread to this conservative suburban town
>piss-poor attempt at sounding girly, I could have done a better job
>called himself "Marina"
>Nintendo character stickers on his PC made it clear where he got that name
>morbid curiosity gets the better of me and I plug his hard drive into one of our computers
>would have booted from it but his machine wasn't bootable
>sure enough: furry porn games, discord memes, the works
>return to my senses before I dig even deeper
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>>2899
There's just no escape from it. Any hope there was of stopping the LGBT whatever the fuck menace has long since passed.
>>2899
How about
>format hard disk to remove all the degenerate shit
>reinstall windows
>make a new account with the troon's pre-op name
>set browser homepage to a suicide prevention website
>fill outlook with spam emails about penis enlargement
>have them appear in windows notifications too
>subscribe with the troon's email to newsletters about male fitness, bodybuilding, prostate/testicular cancer, suicide prevention, mental health, MGTOW/redpill or any male-only organization...etc
See how much you can get away with and if he asks you about anything just tell him you did a "standard install" and that his data was compromised/leaked or whatever.
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>>2902
He’d get arrested for a hate crime 100%.
>>2902
>make a new account with the troon's pre-op name
And how would he find that out? Come on, now.
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>>2902
Seems like a lot of work for a minor inconvenience to the degenerate, all of that shit can just be blocked or changed with little effort. Even if it made him mad it'll just reinforce his victim complex and he'll get to share his "story" on discord and reddit for epic updoots and sympathy points. Not to mention that excuse is retarded and no one would believe it.
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>>2904
>And how would he find that out?
Easy, there will most likely be official records on the hard disk, one document would suffice to get the pre-op name.

>>2905
>Seems like a lot of work
>it'll just reinforce his victim complex
>that excuse is retarded
Does the word "shitpost" mean anything to you?
But hey, don't deny that doing even one of these would be a lot of fun. Most people who pass by computer repair shops are non technical and gullible as fuck anyway.
>>2899
How is working in a computer repair working out for you in general? I could imagine it as a somewhat comfy job if you set aside the customer interactions.
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I very much dislike weak people. They remind me a lot of my teenage self who I wake up in cold sweats at remembering. Though I do understand why that teenage me was like that given I was recovering from the initial hit of all of my romantic and familial dreams being shattered. 
That being said how did you robots handle the initial realization of how shit everything is? Are you still unable to find happiness due to it? Have you pushed through it and found alternative meaning in your life or have you struggled for different reasons?
I myself am lucky enough to have learned all this shit via observation in high school so I neither had to first hand experience any of it nor live with the propped up dreams of a happy wife kids and dog for much longer than 14 or 15 years. It was probably more devastating to learn so young however I'm extremely grateful that I did. The sooner you pull your head out of that shit the better.
>>2911
>I very much dislike weak people. They remind me a lot of my teenage self who I wake up in cold sweats at remembering.
Anon was a weak teenager! A weak teenager! Weak!
>>2911
What exactly gave you such a major realization, and in high school no less?
All my childhood and most of my teenage years were spent in ignorant bliss, but there was no single moment of realization about life, only small shocks every now and then that accumulated over the years... Until what was once a hopeful wide-eyed boy became an angry cynical man, believing that life only gets worse and your past low points will always stick with you. One of the most important lessons I learnt was that what doesn't kill you doesn't make you stronger, it makes you a worse version of yourself, a hollow shell of a man with less spirit.
But I try to keep at least a shred of hope within myself and think that maybe at some point things will get better, even if for a short while.
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>>2913
I can't take it anymore
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>>2913
I'm relatively young so social media and complete whoredom were in plain view and full swing during high school. 
All it really took to wake me up was to see that how twisted reality was in comparison to the way I had expected it would be from my ideals and the media I consumed. I also did see some points of view on the internet about these things which pushed me towards the full realization.

>but there was no single moment of realization about life
It was more of a quick build-up over a short period of time. 

>Until what was once a hopeful wide-eyed boy became an angry cynical man, believing that life only gets worse and your past low points will always stick with you
I do think I'm much more cynical now but I wouldn't describe myself as angry anymore. I was very angry for a time but it's almost completely subsided with the occasional tranny making me absolutely livid. 
In general, I try to make sure normalfags have as little of a negative effect on my well-being as possible, hence the minimal anger. It's why I avoid things like the news and politics. All they do is remind you of how shit you already know the world is. Time wasted on that would have been much better spent making things better for yourself and improving the things you do have control over.

It's why I pity anons with shitty housemates. It's a lot harder to focus on the good you can do for yourself when you're constantly reminded of how shit things are in the one place you should be able to relax. 

>that what doesn't kill you doesn't make you stronger, it makes you a worse version of yourself, a hollow shell of a man with less spirit.
I disagree with this. This can happen, but it doesn't always happen. Sometimes strife fucks you over and sometimes you learn from it and become better. It isn't always one way or always another.
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Anon what is this
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>>2911
Same. I read Industrial Society and its Future not long after I turned 15. Today, I have a pile of obscure ideological books in my room.
>>2911
When I realized that people will lie and contort the truth, hurt others for petty gains and will not only feel no shame but will blame the people they've hurt for being at fault, or if caught will feel both victimized and annoyed by someone inconveniencing them with their rightful indignation, I realized some people are genetically predisposed to wanting to kill and hurt everyone they can and there's no remedy for it, or at least none that could be given by another person. These people are animals, they don't think much higher than their dicks fundamentally. This realization brings me nothing and there's no solution, we exist in a world where this is selected for, but we also exist in a world where the exact opposite traits, of being self-aware and conscientious, are also selected. This world was made for humanity to suffer in and there's no solution that could be found within it, we exist in a furnace and we are the fuel.
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In everyone there are two opposing forces, one likes cute things and wants everything to be good and kind, and the other despises goodness and wants only annihilation and suffering. The former dedicates his life to achieving his ideals, the second is a tranny, both like anime.
>>2895
whats the easiest way to get one mil? is that impossible? an accountant anon told me about dividend stocks that pay out around 1% every quarter (4% a year) before taxes. If one can achieve 1mil to dump into stocks, then thats a free 40,000 dollars every year (idk what the taxes would be).
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>>2920
Getting a million dollars isn't easy, you either are extremely lucky or intelligent. Getting a passive income to the point where you won't need to work again is somewhat easier. I've no idea what you are a talking about with the stock, but I know that if you have enough capital you can get a 40k fixed term deposit in a bank for a month and with that you should be able to live somewhat decently. Nevertheless, the hardest part is getting the initial money and many people say it's not recommended to rely on magic jewish money.
>>2916
It looks like Sword Art Online, maybe a porn game visual novel.
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>One of the most important lessons I learnt was that what doesn't kill you doesn't make you stronger, it makes you a worse version of yourself, a hollow shell of a man with less spirit.
I was thinking about that Nietzsche quote recently, and I've drawn a conclusion about it. Have you ever seen those videos where a martial artist breaks through a stack of bricks with their bear hand? The reason they are able to do this is because every time they punch something or punch through something, their hand gets a bit sore and they must wait to heal before continuing. What's happening under the skin, however, is the bones in the hand have just suffered a series of micro-fractures, and as the hand heals, the bones become more dense, allowing the martial artist to break through tougher materials.

Imagine, however, if the martial artist did not wait for his hand to heal, he would very likely injure his hand in an irreparable way, and could no longer carry on as a martial artist. I think life can be similar in that regard. When we are exposed to hardship and pain, we need time to heal, to reflect on our situation and return stronger and better prepared for life's next challenge. However, if we are hit with strife too hard or too often without being given time to recover, we start to break down and can even become too mentally or emotionally crippled to move forward until we are given sufficient time to amend ourselves. I think with the world being what it is today, we are often given more than we can reasonably recover from in order to heal and grow fast enough to become the strong and capable adults that society expects us to be, leading us to end up in the unfortunate circumstances we often find ourselves in and with a not-so-unjustified feeling that things will never get better.

What's more is I have also been thinking on Frodo Baggins's quote from the end of The Lord of the Rings when he finally returns home to the Shire: "There are some wounds time cannot mend." I do believe in souls, and I believe that an ideal life consists of reasonable level of struggle in order to strengthen the soul for whatever comes after this life. However, I do feel as though this particular world has spun out of control and has lost all sense of balance, leading to evil having too much purchase over the world and it's people, and exposing us to an arguably unnatural level of wickedness. And although I believe we can still make it out of this with our souls not only intact, but stronger, I also feel as though having lived on this forsaken planet inflicts a scar upon the soul that will never fully heal.
>>2910
Used to be comfy until the pandemic happened, everyone but myself and my boss quit (and their replacements so far have all been incompetent), and customers started pouring in and overwhelming us. Oh, and they need their shit fixed TODAY because they work from home or their kid needs it for school or whatever. Up until then, a typical day involved getting a handful of customers, having their stuff diagnosed (or even fixed) within a few hours, and just chilling for the last part of it. Play some games, work on some personal projects, whatever.

But yeah, the customers have always been dogshit.
>old deaf fucks who can't understand you even when you yell slowly in their faces
>niggers who want their chromebooks, ipads, and macs fixed for under $100 (and it's almost always a broken screen)
>middle-aged women who got pajeet-called and have to describe the whole event in detail instead of just "I got called by a scammer"
>PC gamers calling every other hour to see if we have graphics cards, especially whenever cryptoshit is big
>people who come in to ask a question they could have asked over the phone, wasting my time and theirs
>"you can't just [put me ahead of everyone else who dropped off and] look at it while i'm right here?"

It doesn't help that they're my main source of real-life interaction, either.
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>>2931
>It doesn't help that they're my main source of real-life interaction, either.
It can be worse. At some point in my life I worked teaching in an art school.
I have some interesting stories, I might share them someday.
>>2927
can you explain more what a fixed term deposit is? is it the same as a fixed income? I dont know hat both are but that term is more familar to me
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I am not an expert, so don't quote me on this. If you want to truly understand the topic you should study the topic because the interest rates will vary depending on your region and country. Pic related, I didn't take into account how extremely low they are in America. I am not American and my country is fucked so the interest are pretty high here 
>can you explain more what a fixed term deposit is? is it the same as a fixed income?
As far as I can gather they both work on the same principle (You make an inversion over a certain amount of time and get a rent when the term is due).
However the fixed income seems to be based in a bond between an entity (private or public) and the investor. On the other hand, a fixed term deposit is always between an investor and a bank.
Additionally as the name might suggest the fixed term deposit or fixed deposit is fixed, meaning that the money is not accessible until the term is due, after that you are repaid your inversion plus the interest.
In the case of a fixed income if you ever want to withdraw the money the bond can be sold in a market, which doesn't guarantee a full return of the investment.
i.e. In a fixed deposit you invest a $1.000 over a period of 1 year with a 5.0% rate of annual interest. After that year had gone by you would have $1.050 in that account. In this case if you wanted to withdraw that money you wouldn't be able to. Alternatively in a fixed income you can sell your bond within that year if you needed the money, even though you can hipothetically get $700 instead of the original $1.000.

Then again I might be wrong again, so do your investigations or ask an expert to if you plan to do something. I would recommend having a job alongside the inversions.
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Do you guys daydream a lot? I had a pretty psychologically damaging childhood, was poor, and didn't really have any friends, so I spent my days watching anime and listening to music and then daydreaming about anime. Since I had no friends, and didn't really have a lot of money, this would kind of distract me from the reality I was in. It was a coping mechanism in response to a pretty bad childhood. 

I wasted most of my free time doing this as a kid, and I have become so acustomed to doing this that it has become addicting.  I want to become more productive in my life, but it's hard to stop daydreaming. I think the only thing I can do is find a reason to actively participate in reality more so than the 2D realm.
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>>2944
I would spend most of my time either daydreaming or reading books when I was a kid, which transitioned into anime once I was a teenager, and now I decided to pick up writing. Being forced to think about tangible things instead of pure imagination through necessity could do it, or picking up an interest in a particular niche and letting most of your thoughts revolve around that is the only practical solution I could offer, but both are reliant on some force, like wanting to survive or wanting to learn, making you do something productive.
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>>2944
Yep, and for similar reasons, just replace anime with video games. All my childhood daydreaming made way for a bunch of RPG ideas that I'd spend hours each day writing designs for. I'd even dick around in RPG Maker and OHRRPGCE to try to make something based on these ideas, but without the support and encouragement from having a group of friends, I never finished anything. They were kind of Sonichu-tier with their character designs, anyway. Protag was based on myself, love interest was whatever girl I liked at the time, rival would be whatever guy my crush was dating, etc.

I bet if I did have friends growing up, I'd have had the motivation to finish a game or two, before college and later work started taking up my free time. But at the same time, I'd have never been driven to daydream as much as I did and come up with all those ideas.
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>>2946
My case is somewhat similar, when I was younger, I used to daydream about making games, platformers, 2d shooters, RPGs and open world games. Mostly based on things I had already played. I remember trying to make all of those in a very precarious game maker, and through sheer effort I managed to recreate some basic video games mechanics, like jumping, how to interconnect to different screens or a gun that could shoot multiple times. Nevertheless, in most cases it took so long that I would usually forget what the original intention was.
In the end I just had all this loose parts that I never got the chance to use, I still have a few lying arround. Even now some still look somewhat competent because I used animations books to make them look better. Sadly most were lost due to a hard drive failure.

>I bet if I did have friends growing up, I'd have had the motivation to finish a game or two
I don't think I would have been able to, I had a very limited attention span. With my longest project, (arround 2 months long on and off), it became tedious after the basic mechanics were implemented.
>>2945
>I decided to pick up writing.
How is that going for you, anon? I have often toyed with the idea of writing and have started (but not finished) a number of different stories, but I almost always return to the conclusion 'why bother?' I doubt very many people will ever read anything I write (even over my many years of posting on IBs, roughly half of my posts get glossed over and ignored, regardless of the effort I put into them) and even the ones that do probably won't care. I once saw a clip where author George R.R. Martin said "the worst thing that can happen to any work of art is to be ignored." Although I don't particularly care for Martin, I still think there is truth to that quote. So I often ask myself 'why bother to write when no one will care?'

So I guess what I'm really getting at is what motivates you to write? What keeps you going if/when you have doubts?
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>>2951
I've been stalling on writing a story because I'm having trouble visualizing how a group of people would interact, or rather how a society would work, in a realistic manner, and have been working on that bit by bit. 
>So I guess what I'm really getting at is what motivates you to write
Primarily stubbornness and refusal to stop writing when I decided I want to write a story. After that, what exactly makes up the content of my writing, is wanting to create stories in order to share with people what I personally like, or what I personally think would be valuable for someone to know or understand. 
>why bother to write when no one will care?
I'm content with writing stories that only I would read as the process of writing is both something I purposely create and also discovered, I'm sort of watching the story unfold with the reader. I also see it as a self-improvement exercise and that by itself is worthwhile for me. I like reading my stories, too, which is a plus, as I haven't encountered anything that captures what I like better than what I've written.
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>>2951
>I almost always return to the conclusion 'why bother?'
When you create something it must be for yourself first and foremost. Creation in and of itself is fulfilling because it's an outlet for your imagination, regardless of who sees what you created.
>roughly half of my posts get glossed over and ignored
Just because a post doesn't get replies doesn't mean no one read it. Many times I find a good post that I really agree with, but I don't reply simply because I have nothing to add. Also you're comparing apples to oranges, a post on an IB is different from an article or a book, those are two completely different mediums with different writing formats and whatnot.
Sometimes I would make a post or share OC and it doesn't gain much/any traction, but I find it reposted a long time later, so you never know. Don't be discouraged and just put pen to paper.
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family female might have killed my little berry bush. apparently plants can react to emotions so I believe that it will recover. It has a long way to go, she decided to replant it because it was in a "bad spot" and took a spade right to the base of the plant, severing the main root. a years worth of growing, now (not) at risk (because the plant is fine and will grow back ok).
she didnt have a problem with it  that entire year it spent growing. I cant get mad at her because as always im in the wrong for getting angry. she has the whole garden to play with why bother with my little corner? this is an unnecessary rant because the plant will be ok, I just wish i could be allowed to do things my way, weather it fails or not. if it fails then im accountable to myself, and i know i can learn from the mistake. add another body into the mix and then whos fault is it when it fails? If its theres then what can i do to enforce blame? Im just a loser neet. I dont feel this way when it comes to things like games but when I get the small chance to do something with what little freedom i have then I want it to be for me, by me, and accountable to me.
>>2943
hmm, good to know, thank you fellow  low iq man
>>2952
>I'm content with writing stories that only I would read 
>I like reading my stories, too, which is a plus
One problem that I have had for a long time is that nothing I do ever feels good enough. Sometimes when I'm writing a story, I might enjoy it while I'm writing it, but after some time, I look back on it and and feel like it wasn't really that great. I personally have a hard time reading my own content for enjoyment, as I am almost always second-guessing myself.

>>2953
>When you create something it must be for yourself first and foremost.
I hear that said often, and while that is undeniably true, I still have this desire to share my work with others in the possibly vain hope that someone might get something positive out of it. I feel like if I'm writing stories only for myself then I might as well daydream instead, especially because as I said above, I generally don't reread my own work for enjoyment.
>Just because a post doesn't get replies doesn't mean no one read it. Many times I find a good post that I really agree with, but I don't reply simply because I have nothing to add. Also you're comparing apples to oranges, a post on an IB is different from an article or a book, those are two completely different mediums with different writing formats and whatnot.
You're probably right. I think a big part of my problem is that I've developed a bad habit of getting discouraged easily, and lose all momentum in whatever I'm doing.

Thank you both for your replies. I think I'll get back to writing soon, maybe dust off a few of my unfinished stories and try to complete them.
>>2944
I used to sit on my porch and daydream for hours at one point in time in my life usually me as a superhero or vigilante or something or some fictional lifestyle. I just ended up stopping though and finding other things to keep myself busy with cause it started to get unhealthy.
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>>2945
I'm thinking about writing too. First starting with fanfiction and about some technical projects, and then maybe some fiction once I feel confident in myself.

>>2946
I remember wanting to make some rpgmaker horror game like ib or something when I was younger. Never got to it of course. I do hear it helps to have people encourage you when finding motivation.

>>2958
I went through the same thing but I still can't get out of it. I'm trying to busy myself more so that I can break out of it.
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My ideal superpower would be advanced biological shapeshifting, from being able to engage in simple hedonism such as having sex with different people according to their tastes (and mine) in all kinds of forms (yeah, even non-human, I'm a degenerate, sue me), to being able to change the way my body absorbs food so that I can eat whatever the hell I want for as long as I want without getting diabetes, to being able to live all of my power fantasies that aren't simply being god, and when I'm not thinking with my dick to be able to develop a body capable of surviving in outer space, find life in the universe somewhere as a bioship.

I like it since it isn't a one trick pony like most superpowers (elemental control, super strenght, laser vision), it has a lot of possibilities while being relatively realistic (something like The Thing or just a rapidly evolving organism), and also it isn't immediately overpowered like becoming God or time control, I would have to learn how to change my biology before I do any of this.

Also what do you guys think makes up your being? your memories or your mind? lots of people tell me you're still the same person if you lose your memories, I wouldn't ever choose a better life if it meant losing my memories, sounds objectively like a loss in all aspects. That's just not me anymore.
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>>2959
The most creative I'm ever is when I fantasize about being the writer of the music I listen to and create complex realities where somehow a guy came up all of these different songs in all sorts of genres, when I imagine what being trapped in a specific fictional world would be and the only time I ever write down anything is when I write erotic fiction.
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>Also what do you guys think makes up your being? your memories or your mind?
Whatever "sense of being" would still drive me even if I forgot everything.
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There's probably a certain influence that memories have on people, but I don't think that they have the same effect on people. If you just took all of your memories and put them into someone else's mind they'd look at them differently, so maybe they'd think of certain memories as sad memories that you'd find happy or vice versa for example. That being said, you have the experiences you do because of who you are, and people will effect you according to who you are and who they are. I think the best way to look at it is that memories aren't "what" you are, but they are evidence of it, and without them you would have less to go off of when thinking about yourself, so you'd be less sure that the way you view yourself is accurate. That being said I think there is a difference between having a memory and something effecting you on a fundamental level, I think there are probably things that even if you forgot they happened, your personality or your "soul" or being or whatever has been effected permanently by it regardless of the specific memory. So if you had an abusive parent, that would probably still be evident if you got amnesia or something, and the same would go for any other type of upbringing. even in the case of repressed memories your experiences still probably effect you, and the repression is just a coping mechanism I'm not a psychologist or whatever so it could be different but this is the way I understand it not having studied all this bullshit. Obviously losing your memories doesn't just set you back to zero where you're a bumbling toddler again, or make you a soulless husk.
Also, fantasizing about having sex with 3dpd is disgusting, especially if you're some twelve-dicked furry T-1000. I'd want to have Professor X abilities so I could brainwash degenerates like you to have an irrational fear of keyboards so you'd never be able to type out stupid shit like that again on my goddamn motherfucking virgin loser board.
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>>2963
I just can't fathom the idea of losing a signicant portion of my memories. I think, for example with the "better life" example, if I was given a better life but I didn't have my memories, basically born again in another reality, maybe with some leftovers as you said of my previous traumas and deeper understandings that supersede memories and are more integrated with my true self/soul (and this is assuming this is a thing), I wouldn't be able to appreciate it, I would have become a different person at that point, if you gave me a recording of myself, and it's clearly myself from another dimension, supposedly me before I was sent to this dimension at this exact moment, telling me that I used to have a completely different life and I was only given the memories of someone that lived in this reality, it wouldn't affect me, that's just not me.

Mind control powers might be better than shapeshifting, too, or something along the lines of a super advanced mind that can give me more vivid fantasies, just imagine me doing all of that crazy shit without actually harming people would be great, the post-nut clarity would hit me hard after I'm done rampaging through a small village in Russia, but if it's some VR shit or advanced daydreaming it's fine.
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>>2960
>hedonism
Hedonism is antithetical to what it means to be a robot. Leave or be bullied failed normalscum.
>>2964
Please stop existing you ape.
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>>2964
In that situation you'd still be the repulsive degenerate that you are now, but without being able to remember your previous degenerate fantasies. So not only would you have a "better" life and therefore have no need to post here because you'd be busy getting STDs, but you'd also be able to experience each degenerate fantasy for the first time as if you'd never done so before. It's a win-win situation.
>Previously on X-Men:
>Let me look into his mi-
<the post-nut clarity would hit me hard after I'm done rampaging through a small village in Russia
>AAAAUUAAAAAAAGGH
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>>2968
>In that situation you'd still be the repulsive degenerate that you are now, but without being able to remember your previous degenerate fantasies.
Only taking this part seriously, that's actually something I hadn't thought about when considering fundamental things that supersede memories, you can condition yourself to get into some degenerate stuff, for sure, but some people are just born pedophiles and homosexuals. That would be admitting that everything that makes up a person is their sexuality, though, which I don't agree with. I don't think it's different from being born with a particular body, it's going to shape your view for the rest of your life and you will identify things that are similar to you as being somehow "you" or shit like that, but otherwise I still see memories as the most precious thing.
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>>2964
It'd be nice to be able to realistically simulate things inside your head, it'd make writing much easier. 
>>2967
Don't post that shit.
>>2969
It would be way stranger for sexual degeneracy to be some uniquely fundamental thing rather than most aspects of oneself being fundamental. Besides, that's pretty separated from finding memories precious. I wouldn't want to forget certain things, but it wouldn't change who I am to forget them. For example, if God snapped His fingers and I forgot my waifu, I would still hate 3dpd, and would ultimately be attracted to the same archetype or whatever you'd call it, and likely end up finding her in some character, likely even the same one. If I suddenly forgot this place, I would still have the same attitude towards normalfags, and likely end up finding this place or someplace similar to be able to be with others with similar mindsets.
It seems like you value things like specific details rather than fundamental aspects of oneself. I don't really give a shit if I forget some stupid event or something, so long as it doesn't inconvenience me like forgetting where I live or something. If an event was important it would effect me on a fundamental level, and if it didn't I really don't care if I lose the memory itself. If somebody wiped my memory I would still act the same, I would still think the same, and I would still do and enjoy the same things.
All of that being said, it is possible, or maybe even likely that normalniggers and degenerates don't actually have anything intrinsic about them besides what makes them horny.
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>>2971
I get it, you guys hate sex. I brought up I would like to have sex if I could, so it's all I am.

When I say losing my memories I do mean losing all of my memories, starting from the beginning, you can have the same exact model (you), but the varying, randomized situations will turn you into a different person in different realities (theorically, if there were, I don't know if I believe in them). I think I could forget certain aspects of me, for sure, the entire discography of the band I like from my mind, maybe even two traumatic events, but I've been talking about a full mind wipe from the start. I don't know if you mean you would still have a dislike towards society, a particular archetype preference, the same taste and opinions if you forgot key memories that drove you to prefer those or if you're talking about a full memory loss in your post, but if it's the latter, I can't fully agree, I think you would be pretty different. There could be, and I'm not denying that there could be, fundamental hard wired preferences for human beings. Neuropolitics it's a thing that exists, after all, even politics could be hardwired. Someone could have the same exact hardwiring that I do, though, born in the same country, same family dynamic, same school, same friend group, lots of similar things, but at the end of the day our minds exist in separate frames of view, if that makes sense.
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>>2972
Alright you understand. Good. 
Now leave.
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>>2973
Alright, but not before the grand finale. C ya all.
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>>2974
terrible taste
>>2974
This is still an image board that kind of shit doesn't phase anybody. You need to leave because we have standards here, standards which hedonistic apes like you fall quite far under, not because we're scared of your gross fantasies.
>>2972
>I get it, you guys hate sex. I brought up I would like to have sex if I could, so it's all I am.
It's odd to complain about that in response to my post, I think I've engaged with what you've written pretty fairly despite your degeneracy which is probably more than you deserve. I didn't even say you would fuck a roastie if you could, you volunteered that information yourself just now. All I said was that it was gross to fantasize about all that shit you said. Anyways it seems weird to come here and talk about that shit, and then act all indignant about being told to shut the fuck up about it. It'd be stupid to act like anons here haven't jerked off to some fucked up shit, myself included. It's another thing entirely to post about this kind of fantasy to a bunch of random anons, or to actually want to put your dick inside a whore.
Anyways it seems like we're just going in circles at this point since you conflate memories with one's being and it seems like you're unable to think outside of that view, so whatever. Just don't come back 'round these parts or I'll be forced to turn you into a gurgling retard with my telepathic abilities, pal.
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