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Discuss the world's funniest female comedienne, Ashley Jones. My boyfriend is the Endchan owner. Also this board has a capital i

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ITS ALREADY SNOWING WHERE IM AT Anonymous 11/15/2022 (Tue) 21:47 [Preview] No. 2800
It’s snow time everyone!

Anonymous 11/15/2022 (Tue) 22:10 [Preview] No.2801 del

Anonymous 11/15/2022 (Tue) 22:43 [Preview] No.2803 del
Home of Heroes. Maybe I should move there.

Anonymous 11/15/2022 (Tue) 22:59 [Preview] No.2804 del
When it starts snowing it's time to leave. Typically that isn't until late Dec/early Jan though.

Anonymous 11/15/2022 (Tue) 23:25 [Preview] No.2805 del
It's cuffing season. Who's gonna put the chains on your truck's tires? Magic Juan?

Anonymous 11/15/2022 (Tue) 23:30 [Preview] No.2806 del
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Comfy desu. I wonder how animals stay warm when it's snowing like this. Do deers huddle up together? Do birds shiver in their nest?

Anonymous 11/16/2022 (Wed) 00:07 [Preview] No.2808 del
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I drive a crossover mom mobile. Never put chains on the tires but I really don't drive anywhere when it's snowing unless I absolutely have to. If I see there there is snowy weather on the way I stock up so I don't have to leave the house and tell my boss I'm working from home. Then I put on picrel, make some tea, and light up one of those evergreen smelling candles.

Anonymous 11/16/2022 (Wed) 04:53 [Preview] No.2809 del
Where I live it's in the 40s now. Before I leave for work I feed the birds. My house borders the woods. The birds seek out shelter in dense foliage. Birds have a high body temp, around 106*F. The birds huddle together for warmth. They also tuck in their head and feet. All these acts combined help keep them warm.

Anonymous 11/16/2022 (Wed) 05:27 [Preview] No.2810 del
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Bears like to stay warm by the fire

Anonymous 11/16/2022 (Wed) 13:00 [Preview] No.2815 del
As cozy as it might be, snow seems like more a pain in the ass to deal with it.

Anonymous 11/16/2022 (Wed) 14:17 [Preview] No.2817 del
It is. All the cozy stuff is just the Stockholm syndrome talking. I will probably move back to Florida in the next 5 years.

Anonymous 11/16/2022 (Wed) 20:17 [Preview] No.2823 del
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>tiny frozen water pieces ruin your day
Snow is G*d's way of punishing normies for going to work. I say let it snow, let it snow, let it snow. While you wageslaves are waking up before it's even light out, shoveling your driveway, brushing the snow off your car, warming up your car, and leaving 15 minutes early, butthole clenched the entire drive to work, I will be sleeping in, make a hot chocolate, and watch the snow fall, all nice and warm.

Anonymous 11/16/2022 (Wed) 22:00 [Preview] No.2830 del
Nice. I currently drive nothing. I'm looking for a truck like I used to have though. I found a red one the other day but the old man had already sold it when I called. That sounds real comfy. Do you ever worry about the local wildlife? Black bears and cougars riddle the countryside and not the cougars you are into. I happened onto a cougar once in my neck of the woods. What if a handsome drifter who is injured shows up and comes in from out of the cold? You gonna hold him at gunpoint over a hot cup of cocoa?
The Stockholm syndrome hasn't really even begun yet. I used to live in Florida. It's no paradise. I laughed when everyone wanted to move there for DeSantis. My mom wants to move there but she's exactly the type to get eaten by a gator.

Anonymous 11/16/2022 (Wed) 23:57 [Preview] No.2849 del
What kind of work do you do from home? I've been looking into that but have had no luck. Couldn't find anyone that would hire me since I lost my job during COVID. I'd love to work from home.

Anonymous 11/17/2022 (Thu) 11:01 [Preview] No.2860 del
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Decorating virtually by changing the terminal's background to an image, as well as changing the font color. Currently working on making a Christmas GTK3 theme, though it does make me want to blow my brains out at times (figuratively). Added a glow effect to the font, see where it says "file, edit, view" etc.

Anonymous 11/17/2022 (Thu) 12:15 [Preview] No.2861 del
looking good.
can you animate the background elements like the snow falling, is that even possible?

Anonymous 11/17/2022 (Thu) 12:58 [Preview] No.2864 del
It doesn't appear that .gifs work as a background in the XFCE terminal. Animated backgrounds can work in this specific terminal emulator. https://www.enlightenment.org/about-terminology.md

That could be fun to set up an animated background for a terminal, but the theme already looks over the top. Trying to keep in mind the 1 person who actually installs this theme, it would only be right to provide them with an easy time reading commands in the terminal. It takes much resistance to not go all out on customization, but that is a nice suggestion for personal use (or for anyone who doesn't mind animations, AKA people with souls).

Anonymous 11/17/2022 (Thu) 17:22 [Preview] No.2871 del
ok now we comfy.
I have a very soothing voice. I do client services work for an investment fiduciary firm

Anonymous 11/17/2022 (Thu) 22:55 [Preview] No.2875 del
>I'd love to work from home.
Can you talk to people on the phone? Just search 'call center work from home' There are a ton of jobs that let you work from home now.

Anonymous 11/21/2022 (Mon) 16:34 [Preview] No.3113 del
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nice! I just put the fire on, comfy comfy

Anonymous 11/21/2022 (Mon) 20:22 [Preview] No.3118 del
Been thinking about getting a nice wood stove. It would save on money in the winter and makes you less dependent on the grid. Plus I look rugged sexy chopping wood in a flannel.

Anonymous 11/22/2022 (Tue) 02:17 [Preview] No.3122 del
I have to split wood with my shirt off. I don't like being sweaty in thick clothing which is one of the reasons why I'm one of those retards that rarely wear a jacket. I thought I was the only one here who cut wood. I do it for physical training mostly. Actually got the idea from Dragon Ball Z. Cutting wood is one of the best workouts you can do as a man and you're more motivated to do it rather than hammering a tire because you actually have a goal which is to process a tree into firewood. I can fell, limb and buck a tree just with an axe. I was partly inspired by Townsends on YouTube when this lifestyle was forced upon me. I thought about leaving but realized this is actually what I want for the time being. Anon on /pol/ always talk about prepping but none of them really ever encourage the learning of skills for when shit goes ham. Even /SIG/ threads are full of looksmaxxing bullshit and milsim larping. I actually don't have a wood stove at my place but I use a Dakota fire hole outside to cook over. According to the internet, it's 45 degrees outside where I live and my inside thermometer says it's 38 degrees. It always gets colder or hotter inside my home because of the insulation. It's all electric which is useless to me at the moment. I had a Patton space heater in the closet I used to use at work but some faggot snipped the cable off instead of just stealing it. I could repair it but I'm not going to risk a fire using that thing. My neighbor has a wood stove but his heat shielding failed and it caught the inside of his wall on fire and nearly burned down his place a few years back and that keeps me from getting one. They just opened two axe throwing venues near me and I've been learning to do that. I want to be able to throw an axe into someone like they do on that show Vikings. I'm getting pretty good too. I bought one of these and am always playing with it. I enjoy maintaining my axes. https://www.townsends.us/products/forged-english-light-infantry-th164-p-60

Anonymous 11/22/2022 (Tue) 05:38 [Preview] No.3129 del
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There's something that is instinctively satisfying about chopping wood and stacking woodpiles. I'll get a wood stove eventually but I'd rather buy a used one and haven't seen any lately. Ideally one of the larger cast iron ones. Cool axe. I watch that channel too.

Anonymous 11/22/2022 (Tue) 09:56 [Preview] No.3133 del
You aren't afraid of the axe head coming loose and somehow planting itself into your face?

Anonymous 11/22/2022 (Tue) 12:24 [Preview] No.3134 del
>Plus I look rugged sexy chopping wood in a flannel

I bet you do sweetie!

Anonymous 11/22/2022 (Tue) 12:27 [Preview] No.3135 del
well worth it IMO, its so satisfying splitting wood> I usually do it all at the start of the year and then leave it in the shed to season out. Yea theres so many preppers that really miss the basics and probably should watch townsends, the guy really makes you think on the basics.
If you wanna fix the heater then take a picture of the electrical properties sticker (like the voltage and current and stuff) and go to a hardware store and explain what you need the cable for, and then when you replace it, take a picture of how the power was wired up and then copy the picture, should be good as new :^) I think with log burners you get what you pay for really, but having a big flat top you can put a cattle or pans on is great, you can usually find a dealership that has refurbished models too for a fair bit cheaper.

Anonymous 11/22/2022 (Tue) 12:31 [Preview] No.3136 del
Good technique and having the head well seated goes a long way to making it safe, like using a longer axe, a good height chopping block and some steel toe caps. if your afraid about the head coming off you can always leave it in a bucket of water to swell up a bit and secure it tighter

Anonymous 11/24/2022 (Thu) 05:26 [Preview] No.3205 del
not an expert, but in my experience, you don't want to split wood with an axe. what you want is a splitting maul. it's like an axe, but much heavier. the weight of the maul should be as much as you're comfortable with. a heavy maul makes splitting even hard woods much easier, since the weight will do 90% of the work for you. the work of splitting becomes more about aim, precision, technique etc rather than physical exertion. maybe this is common knowledge but everyone here keeps saying "axe" and I don't think anyone serious about chopping wood would want to use an axe, they'd use a maul. correct me if I'm wrong.

Anonymous 11/24/2022 (Thu) 06:04 [Preview] No.3207 del
A nitpick but correct. Although, I’ve heard the maul types referred to as axes. It’s just a different head. There are light weight splitting axes that do a good job as well. (Picrel is great) At the end of the day it depends on your preference and how much chopping you do. Personally it’s something I only do a few times a year so I don’t care either way.

Anonymous 11/24/2022 (Thu) 07:44 [Preview] No.3210 del
I'm very well aware of that. If you didn't notice, I mentioned I do it for physical training and don't want anything that is going to make it easier on me. I don't wear gloves and I use a simple wood handle axe. I suppose that if I lived on a homestead and needed plenty of firewood for my family, I would look to make the task easier to ensure we had plenty for the winter months. Are you familiar with Uechi-ryu or Iron Palm/Hand/Fist Kung Fu or even grip strength training? That's another reason I cut wood the way I do. I want my hands as strong as a Slap Fighting Champion's. What fucking sucks is all my shit was stolen so I have to buy all my grip strengtheners again. All I have left is a black 40lbs. GripPro trainer I found cleaning up. I had already surpassed this one and even the red 50lbs one. I was already using CoC grippers. I just have lost so much that I'm still slowly rebuilding but it's slowly coming together. I'm not really in a rush.
Fiskars does make some quality tools I hear. They are often mentioned in the YouTube videos I watch. I prefer traditional tools over all these modern ones that look like shit an astronaut would use. I like that rustic look. I actually don't have a fireplace or wood stove and only require kindling to get a fire going in a Dakota fire hole. If it ain't broke, don't fix it. All these tool companies keep trying to reinvent the wheel to stay profitable. I don't want my tools to look like a Nascar. It's like they are even trying to infantilize the last bastion of men. The hardware store.

Anonymous 11/27/2022 (Sun) 22:32 [Preview] No.3310 del
I'm more interested in splitting Ashley down the middle with my wood.

Anonymous 12/09/2022 (Fri) 03:43 [Preview] No.3743 del
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Quick update: If you live in a cold climate these are amazing.

Anonymous 12/09/2022 (Fri) 14:41 [Preview] No.3744 del
>lighter axe
Spend more energy on hitting.
>heavier axe
Spend more energy on lifting.

Anonymous 12/09/2022 (Fri) 16:41 [Preview] No.3745 del
This is a true survivalist elite knowledge bomb

Anonymous 12/09/2022 (Fri) 19:11 [Preview] No.3747 del
It actually is.
Here's another. For splitting pick an axe with fat cheeks. For chopping (perpendicular cuts on the grain) use a slim axe.

Anonymous 12/09/2022 (Fri) 23:41 [Preview] No.3750 del
What are these for? I have always been under the assumption that they were some sort of vagina cleaning device, but why would someone dress up a vagina device in a sweater like that?

Anonymous 12/10/2022 (Sat) 01:15 [Preview] No.3751 del
You put hot water in it and throw it under the covers around an hour or two before bed on a cold night then later when you go to bed it's already nice and toasty. Peak comfy. Apparently it works with cold water on hot summer nights too but I never tried it

Anonymous 12/10/2022 (Sat) 03:49 [Preview] No.3757 del
This was also popular to warm the bed on a cold night. The colder it was the more dogs you put on the bed.

Anonymous 12/10/2022 (Sat) 04:15 [Preview] No.3758 del
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Thank you, good sir, but I will respectfully decline. The heated water bottle is only ten dollars, doesn't need fed, walked, washed, and doesn't... keep you up at night :^) That last one might not be considered such a bad thing for some people though.

Anonymous 12/10/2022 (Sat) 05:12 [Preview] No.3760 del
Reminds me of a story. Two guys go bird hunting and bring their hunting dogs with them. They're out for about four hours and haven't got one bird. One hunter says to the other that he can't figure out why they haven't got one bird. The other hunter says that maybe we're not throwing the dogs high enough.

Anonymous 12/10/2022 (Sat) 22:28 [Preview] No.3776 del
>empty plastic bottle
>piss in it
>throw it in the sleeping bag

Anonymous 12/11/2022 (Sun) 01:58 [Preview] No.3780 del
they also make funny noises

Anonymous 12/11/2022 (Sun) 03:27 [Preview] No.3781 del
Good to know, I'll give one a try sometime. If you're willing to spend the money, a hefty duvet can keep you extremely warm all night, and they can be weighted which some people like. I had an electric heated blanket as a child and it was pretty disappointing. Now I'd be afraid of pissing the bed and getting electrocuted :3

Anonymous 12/11/2022 (Sun) 12:29 [Preview] No.3787 del
electric blankets are great, had one as a kid as well
the trick is to turn them on a bit before you got to bed and then when you get in turn it off

also not pissing the bed helps

Anonymous 12/11/2022 (Sun) 14:47 [Preview] No.3788 del
It's not snowing here yet,
I feel like the past 8 years or so, southern New England has had such mild winters
It might be any year now that we don't get snow once....
Pic is from last week, I was having a romp around the woods with the deer, chasing them all around.

Anonymous 12/11/2022 (Sun) 14:56 [Preview] No.3789 del
Pissing the bed can keep you warm, though

Anonymous 12/11/2022 (Sun) 15:01 [Preview] No.3790 del
If you find deer that are used to seeing people, sometimes they'll come close enough and you can feed them. It reminds me of this video
https://youtube.com/watch?v=MUINFs1Sp94 [Embed]

Anonymous 12/12/2022 (Mon) 01:42 [Preview] No.3802 del
Nice shot. I usually have deer come around to try to get at my garden. This year they even came on to my porch and ate my rose bushes. I think during the winter though they go to a different neighborhood though.

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