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NEW THREAD --- Cute girls + microblogging Anonymous 02/08/2024 (Thu) 05:21 [Preview] No. 51240
Is everyone excited for the Taylor Swift superbowl?


Anonymous 02/08/2024 (Thu) 05:23 [Preview] No.51241 del
Make a thread first try on this damn website challenge [impossible]

>>51239
>What exact differences have you been noticing?
I google search "song name" lyrics and I don't get what I want, whereas in the last few years it has been a challenge to find lyrics. Maybe because my tastes have become so niche.

I think Emma Stone is a blindcel as well, I once saw a pic of her with some thick glasses.

Nice sweater pic of that qt


Anonymous 02/08/2024 (Thu) 06:02 [Preview] No.51243 del
My windshield wiper switch was half way falling apart, so I am hopeful that the old clean + reassemble scheme will work

>>51242
I always forget that if I press enter on the captcha field it deletes all my pics and calls me a retarded faggot.


Anonymous 02/08/2024 (Thu) 07:02 [Preview] No.51246 del
>>51228
>Normies also don't mind how life is because they kinda win at it automatically.
They think they win but they don't really win

>>51231
>I think if you have an average-to-low IQ and average-to-low sensitivity (I suspect what people call "neurosis" is just the consequence of being able to perceive more than other people can, and suffering added stress as a result - hence why women are naturally prone to it with their increased social perception
I think it's like this:
Normie - dumb dumb but "happy", or rather may not suffer as much
An autist or a neurodivergent person or whatever you want to call it - suffers more due to being indoctrinated into the normie mindset and not being compatible with it
However the normie's happiness is not a true one. The neurodivergent suffers more, but if he can find inner peace, his newfound peace or inner happiness will be something far beyond the normie's happiness. A normie can find this too, but he is far less likely to, because he goes through life asleep, unconscious and unaware


Anonymous 02/08/2024 (Thu) 07:12 [Preview] No.51247 del
Hungary admin or Doc save us there is some weird spam on the front pagerino


Anonymous 02/08/2024 (Thu) 07:13 [Preview] No.51248 del
I heard Marina's voice for the first time. If her body was not as feminine I would say she is a tranny or how would you assess this voice. Or is this how all south american women sound


Anonymous 02/08/2024 (Thu) 07:21 [Preview] No.51250 del
>>51248
>40 minutes waiting on a park bench because they couldn't get an Uber
Chad doesn't have a car hahahahah aahhahahahahahah he's so done after this

>Or is this how all south american women sound
Obviously not. I don't think her voice is that manly tbh, just low pitched and "mature" sounding


Anonymous 02/08/2024 (Thu) 07:26 [Preview] No.51251 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=XcXzrMxvuXo [Embed] "stupid shit" wtf is this videogame addicted retard talking about she's based as hell


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for me it was dinosaurs and ancient egypt


Anonymous 02/08/2024 (Thu) 10:02 [Preview] No.51254 del
>>51246
For how much I like to think of myself as a smarter, or at least more conscious or woke person than the average, two things took me an embarrassingly long time to figure out

1) other people are not always right. I don't know where I got this from but I've always been the kind of person who pretty much believes anything they're told, up until someone else comes along and contradicts that previous wisdom. it's like I started seeing normies as some sort of authority, maybe because I was living on their turf so to speak, so my subsconscious took every piece of advice and every opinion they shared with me very seriously, I guess it surmised that I had to learn to adapt. More recently I started believing more in the way *I* see things even if that implies running risks and guarantees constant conflict. I hope to strike a healthy balance some day, that would be great

2) I'm not like the other boys. Memery aside I already talked about this a few days ago but I didn't mention that it took me a loooonnnngg time to accept that most people's conception of the world and of life are very different from my own. I'm never really going to understand theirs and they're never really going to understand mine. It's hard to accept this because I guess it forces you to realize just how lonely you really are, but there comes a point when it can't be denied anymore, after you've experienced enough failures in trying to relate to them or establish some sort of connection


Anonymous 02/08/2024 (Thu) 10:17 [Preview] No.51255 del
Also I find that when analyzing yourself or really anything at all it's hard to avoid the pitfall of "tunnel thought" by which I mean taking the first idea that comes to mind and just kind of running with it, taking it in a straight line to the very end of the cognitive railway and reaching a quick and easy conclusion, having only added shallow rationalizations and justifications on the way, as opposed to stopping at each station and considering the different ways in which that train of thought can branch out, often by finding flaws in your thinking like preconceptions or biases. The latter approach while entirely possible requires deliberate conscious effort, quite a bit of it too, at least in my experience


Anonymous 02/08/2024 (Thu) 10:32 [Preview] No.51256 del
>>51254
>1) other people are not always right. I don't know where I got this from but I've always been the kind of person who pretty much believes anything they're told
That must be almost everyone to some degree. It's just the mindset that we are indoctrinated with through going to school. In school someone places an authority figure in front of you and you are more or less forced to accept what they says as true or as knowledge worth inheriting.
Maybe some people just have more of an instinctual rejection of authority than others. I think the ones who put ukraine flags on their profile or were the people who encouraged everyone wearing masks during covid are the ones who never were able to shake that off

For me what was hard to figure out was that my parents weren't always right or flawless, and that they were actually really dumb about most things. Also I did not fully realize that my mom was mentally ill until I was 20

>>51254
>2) I'm not like the other boys. Memery aside I already talked about this a few days ago but I didn't mention that it took me a loooonnnngg time to accept that most people's conception of the world and of life are very different from my own. I'm never really going to understand theirs and they're never really going to understand mine. It's hard to accept this because I guess it forces you to realize just how lonely you really are, but there comes a point when it can't be denied anymore, after you've experienced enough failures in trying to relate to them or establish some sort of connection
But don't you think that's also a good thing


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>>51255
Yeah that's a good realization


Anonymous 02/08/2024 (Thu) 10:53 [Preview] No.51258 del
>>51252
I used to love dinosaurs and had a collection of 20 or so plastic dinosaurs. But I also had a bigger autism about excavators. There is a pic that my dad took of me where I sit on the booth thing on one of them
When I was around that age I would often fantasize about becoming a construction worker and burrow all day either by hand or with an excavator


Anonymous 02/08/2024 (Thu) 14:30 [Preview] No.51259 del
>>51255
True. Wasn't Doc just talking about this in regards to how doctors diagnose their patients?

>>51250
40 minutes without stimulation? That's a real vibe killer as the femoids would say.
I was thinking about that happening during the superbowl with TayTay's boyfriend. if he chokes and loses Taylor will almost half to dump him.

>>51248
It is a low voice, though It seems Portuguese fosters low voices. Did you see that clip of that Audra girl I've been posting? She really sounds like a tranny.

>>51252
I was a Caterpillar 988 front loader. My dad worked in construction when I was a kid and he told me that was the coolest one. I was also a tow truck for a minute because I had a hotwheesl tow truck with a van front cab that looked cool.

>>51258
That's a nice moment. Did you ever do anything like that? As a kid I had a big dirt hole I'd play in, and later a big pile of rocks and there was one big flat rock that I could break other rocks against. That was fun.


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Morning.


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>>51254
>>51255
Juicy thinking here.
Those issues come down to "knowing your hardware", and this is not very intuitive and require some experimentation.

Ideally, you will take every possible path and then figure out all the contradictions and then out of that you will have rebuilt your personal belief system as your own, and not something you just believed/copied from others whose intentions, precedence and consequences you do not know.

But that is not really possible to do just with our regular normal way of thinking, it would take more than a whole life.
But here is the thing, that is just a fraction of your hardware power. Would you be able to walk if you had to think about contracting and releasing every single muscle of your body manually? Would you remember to breathe in the correct interval? Did you remember to pump your hearth meanwhile? Etc...
The mind is a ridiculously powerful super computer, doing insane calculations. A lot of it is "specialized" functions, but even those can be explored.
Example: Judith Polgar and her sisters were trained by their fathers to prove a theory that Chess is played by exploiting the facial recognition system of the brain to recognize plays.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L%C3%A1szl%C3%B3_Polg%C3%A1r
It is now recognized that most top players do this, they recognize arrangements of pieces as they recognize the face of a person, and just know by feeling what those plays are/mean/how to respond.

So, trying to keep it simple (3rd rewrite), there are other ways of thinking that take advantage of functions of our brain that make it possible to think in hundreds of those branches at the same time, and solve the contradictions. This is possible because like I said, our thinking is just a fraction of the system.
If you enable other "avatars" of different perspectives to exist in your mind, they will do their own thinking of those branches, and they will debate among themselves the contradictions.


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I extra hate women and hippies for latching themselves to important stuff and making it gay.


Anonymous 02/08/2024 (Thu) 18:42 [Preview] No.51264 del
The wipers WORK. High, low, and like 9 levels of intermittent. High tier tech for 1970.

>>51263
Billions must be enlightened
Funny pepper spray vid. I would have rigged it to not work at all before giving it to her hehe.


Anonymous 02/08/2024 (Thu) 19:00 [Preview] No.51265 del
ZOOM IN ON HER FOREHEAD DENT


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I was doing some digging on gnosticism/indo-aryan/jewish mysticism spread event in early computer/anime history. Being present in several schizo tabletop rpg books, point click games and VNs (and later animes) of the time. (Its a really long list). Ended up falling on a particularly OOF rabbit hole.
I got into computers and game dev via my older brother, he got into it as a child via a rather polemic teacher activist from italy/brazil called Pierluigi Piazzi. My mom was into him, and followed his advice that getting kids into computing was a better path than brazilian school based on the Paulo Freire positivist educational system model, which is absolutely correct. So she got his books and bought an MSX for my brother.

Piazzi also has a label of book publishing called Aleph (as in, the hebrew letter) that is the only sci-fi and esotericism book publisher in Brazil, and so happens that my copy of Snowcrash is published by him.

I'm now learning that he understood programming as an extension of alchemy and means to expand/open one's mind to become a "learner". Sadly it is all in portuguese, so I can't really deliver all of it. I had this book, it reads very differently now.
https://download.file-hunter.com/Books/PT/programas_para_seu_msx.pdf


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Auto OCR and translated that book intro:


Humanity can be divided into 2 categories.
In fact, anything (humanity included) can always be divided into two categories.
In the particular case of humanity, we could divide it into “men and women” or “young and old” or “poor and rich”, etc.
Personally, I think that every division always carries some prejudiced connotation, but that doesn't mean I stop dividing humanity according to the criterion that is most meaningful to me: “people who like to think and people who don't like to think”.
When I classify someone as a person who “likes to think,” it means they get PLEASURE from using their brain.
This pleasure causes the brain to be used as much as possible and this person usually (but not necessarily) ends up developing a higher level of intelligence.
This implies an even revolutionary concept: intelligence is, within certain limits, an acquired skill.
Furthermore, it is not acquired through painful hours of study but through leisure! People who don't like to think end up developing an undifferentiated intellectual level and limit themselves in their activities, reinforcing a vicious circle and “dumbing down” more and more! These are people who only read out of obligation (and not for pleasure), have fun watching TV or videos, hate programming a computer and only use it as a video game. If, professionally, they are forced to use a computer, they only use “user” programs. friendly” and view the computer as a “black box” whose inner workings are and should continue to be a great mystery.


To serve thousands of users who use their MSX as a stimulus, we gave Martello the task of organizing this collection of programs.
The software we are targeting is that of the readers' brain: what remains in the RAM memory of the micro € that is listed on these pages is a simple pretext.
There is a saying that can be applied to video game players and “executive” users of expensive computers: “Every time something is made that can even be used by an idiot, it will probably only be used by idiots!”.
To escape this growing “idiotization” of humanity, Martello and the other collaborators created the material for this book: if we are losing the fight from a quantitative point of view, from a qualitative point of view we and our readers are winning by far!


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Translated post from someone I was talking about this:


One of the ways to understand an object, a reality, is through analogies with things already known through which visible similarities insinuate the intelligibility of the desired object/reality. A hermetic principle exposed in the Emerald Tablet. It is interesting to note how Pierluigi drew great analogies between the brain/intelligence and software, an analogy that already existed in NLP, and which Pierluigi just reused. But many of these analogies are true, although he ends up exaggerating the analogies, and failing to maintain the appropriate proportions.
I believe that combining Piazzi's techniques with the advice of Sertillanges, Jules Payot, Narciso Irala are extremely effective in transforming any illiterate person into an extremely cultured subject and aware of their own abilities, and see that becoming aware of their own abilities, and for this very reason Feeling the possibility of achieving them and consequently awakening the will already leaves the subject a thousand light years away from most people.
But for this it is necessary to combine a spirituality that, although insinuated in Sertillanges, and Narciso Irala, has not yet become a felt and lived cosmology, if the desired intelligence and culture placed us in the correct ideas, spirituality and the search for Good in everything there is, including your participation and perception in Beauty will give us strength that will make us capable of overcoming any obstacles.
Having an ideal combined with a sense of virtues will unify our intelligence and feelings in the right direction.
There is a book that will give us the correct inspiration for this superhuman ideal: The Envy of Angels. Educate ourselves to such an extent that everything that happens in our consciousness, and every bodily movement is a reflection of a tension of the will that seeks to express beauty, truth, and justice. Every look, every expression, every breath must be like a blow of force against everything that is animalistic and low in us.
This is the ideal, Pierluigi would want this for us, Olavo would want it, let us strive.
Let us draw an analogy with the beauty and intelligence of angels who, although unknowable to us, and purely spiritual beings inspire us with the best in human nature.


Anonymous 02/08/2024 (Thu) 19:54 [Preview] No.51269 del
>>51266
Interesting revelation.
It does make sense that the people who were (and probably the ones that still are) on the leading edge of computing were more esoteric wizard types than grug warrior types.


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>>51269
That angle is easy enough, university basements were the holding place of this sort of knowledge since the first one was founded by the church and even before that in Solomon's temple.
When universities invented the internet, the spread event happened in the esoteric alts of the usenet/bbs.
But there is a lot more to it. Snowcrash is precisely about the use of technical language as a tool of mental expansion via analogy, even if its terms of masonry, geometry, metallurgy or in this case, programming. But since computers are closer to human brains, it is the most effective metaphor for self-understanding.

It was interesting to see I had been indirectly influenced by this same movement from the moment I was born. Feels less lonely, somehow.


Anonymous 02/08/2024 (Thu) 20:20 [Preview] No.51271 del
>>51259
>Did you ever do anything like that? As a kid I had a big dirt hole I'd play in, and later a big pile of rocks and there was one big flat rock that I could break other rocks against. That was fun.
Yes, all the time, whenever I could. I would often burrow either in the garden. I also had a dirt hole to dig in as well. But also in the nearby forest together with some other kids. We even found some clay several times which was the highlight of our burrowing. Some dudes in suits came by once or twice and said we should stop doing that since this belongs to the city or something (we didn't stop)

>>51259
>It is a low voice, though It seems Portuguese fosters low voices. Did you see that clip of that Audra girl I've been posting? She really sounds like a tranny.
Was that the one where you all did a whole transvestigation on and came to the conclusion that she is female?

>>51266
>>51267
>>51268
Sounds interesting. I think I agree with everything said there or see it the same way.
I used to think that I was dumb for the longest time, until I started to learn programming in my late 20s and found that it helped me to transform myself in a positive way


Anonymous 02/08/2024 (Thu) 20:27 [Preview] No.51272 del
If I could start my life over I would just start learning anything computer related and skip school completely and just self teach myself everything through the internet. I don't know why people in poorer countries but still with internet don't just do that


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Anonymous 02/09/2024 (Fri) 00:33 [Preview] No.51275 del
>>51273
Whoa, 3rd eye. I imagine that means something.

>>51271
>(we didn't stop)
Hehe, nice.
And yes that's the one we were transvestigating. Doc thinks she's female, and aside from the voice I have no reason to think she isn't.


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Coolest die-cast toy car. It even had a hook and the towing arm was spring loaded

>>51270
I'll have to read Snowcrash already so I can have something to say about all this other than "whoa that's interesting"


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>>51275
Specifically that is the "Egyptian eye", which is a symbol of the pituitary gland's capacity to access the metaphysical. Doesn't hold any particular satanic connotation by itself unless you are a die hard pact guy.


Anonymous 02/09/2024 (Fri) 01:59 [Preview] No.51278 del
>>51277
Hmm. Autumn had a few paintings that reference the 3rd eye/pineal gland.
>Caylee getting more naked
Nice to see. I like those Vietkong hats btw, I bought one and they're very breathable.


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>>51276
How hard would it be to get a lot of toy cars to etch your shop's number in and hand out to customers? I guess making it nice would be the hard part.

Snowcrash doesn't have any particular super deep writing, its a fun thriller sci-fi thing. It just happens to connect some very strange dots that make a lot of things make sense. In retrospect or working forwards. Which is ironically a lot like what it describes.


Anonymous 02/09/2024 (Fri) 03:13 [Preview] No.51280 del
I left some flamin' hot cheeto flavor pork rinds out for the opossum; so far he hasn't eaten them.
I know he's still around but he won't be my friend.

>>51279
It wouldn't be so hard I imagine. Maybe use some kind of mini silk screen printing? First I need to open a shop, and make a logo.


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Noice.


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This is similar to Olavo de Carvalho's 12 levels of thinking (a bit more well polished tbh). Which is not far off from my own conceptions.

Funny video explains it:
https://youtube.com/watch?v=kse87ocS0Uo [Embed]


Anonymous 02/09/2024 (Fri) 07:14 [Preview] No.51283 del
>>51282
lvl 3 is basically my town. probably most of south america sits there to be fair


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>>51273
>>51275
One eye covered in this pic as well from that shoot I believe

>>51282
If you ever get into J. Krishnamurti let me know what you think of him or if what he says aligns with what you think

>>51275
>And yes that's the one we were transvestigating. Doc thinks she's female, and aside from the voice I have no reason to think she isn't.
Sometimes you think she is a tranny but she isn't. E.g. Mackenzie Davis seems like one to me sometimes but I don't think she is


Anonymous 02/09/2024 (Fri) 07:46 [Preview] No.51285 del
>>51276
>Coolest die-cast toy car. It even had a hook and the towing arm was spring loaded
Did you have that one? I never had a car autism as a child, except I had one mini ferrari testarossa. I only developed a slight car and racing autism when I got Gran Turismo on the PSX, Ridge Racer and the game Formula 1


Anonymous 02/09/2024 (Fri) 07:47 [Preview] No.51286 del
>>51282
while I appreciate that this is so dumbed down that I can understand 80% of it in just one quick pass, it's still not as "dumbed down" as it could be. there are certain paragraphs where almost every word is either a connector or a complex concept from academia. you don't want fewer words, you want something that flows and is not too formal or contrived compared to how someone would express the idea in a casual face to face conversation, or even better, in the context of teaching a child. this is tangentially related to something he said in the video about the variations in skills within one person, pedagogy is probably the one thing I'm best at, and I can tell precisely because I'm almost never content with the way people "simplify" things lol


Anonymous 02/09/2024 (Fri) 07:53 [Preview] No.51287 del
>>51258
>burrow all day either by hand
by hand? were you some sorta autistic mole boy?

>>51265
show me the dent harvey

>>51280
can't get a girl, can't get an opossum, what is even the point anymore


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It would be another thing to learn from scratch or would need time for but I kind of want try to learn and to understand radio frequencies, antennas and so on. Doing stuff like pic related would be fun
https://www.youtube.com/@saveitforparts/videos
Have any of you ever done anything like this?


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I just realized there aren't many Kathryn tongue pics, but she just posted this

>>51287
>by hand? were you some sorta autistic mole boy?
Hehe no what I meant was by manual work with your hands like with a shovel, etc. That being said burrowing by hand was fun too

>>51288
I consider all arab, med, asian, hispanic and so on as my white brothers


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Iman looks like a gelfling here


Anonymous 02/09/2024 (Fri) 08:10 [Preview] No.51293 del
>>51291
damn, I was having fun picturing you as some archetypal cartoonish weird nerd kid, like a character from Recess

>I consider all arab, med, asian, hispanic and so on as my white brothers
fitting that you would say "brothers" because only the men are emigrating to europe lmao

>>51292
the bangs make her look like a gelfling in literally every new pic. I'll still never not love bangs though


Anonymous 02/09/2024 (Fri) 09:43 [Preview] No.51294 del
One thing that annoys me is how I would like to form a connection with people on one hand, for example IRL, but also on the internet, and create like a commune or a group of like minded people, but there are so many difficulties with other people and you can never really fully trust others. And even if you did have like 5 people or so whom you fully trust, the more people you bring in, the more difficulties will arise. So, in the end the best thing to do is just to do everything by yourself because you are the only person you can fully trust and rely on.
But the issue with that is that one person can only accomplish so much at once


Anonymous 02/09/2024 (Fri) 09:52 [Preview] No.51295 del
I don't mind living by myself, but with a groupf capable people you could accomplish many cool things or ideas. But finding people who want to do the same things as you might be another issue
For example Sylvie was talking about this in her latest vid that she will organize a meet up. I imagine the people who go there are all on a similar wave length and are "like minded" through watching her videos consistently. So in her case this brings together people of a certain ideal or mindset


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Generally, people work together because they are forced to work together, like in an office they work for a company. But if there was a group of like minded people working for the same goal, and they were actually motivated to accomplish these goals, it would be much more efficient because the people would actually want to do it


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For a company, the company's owners and shareholders are the benefactors of the work of the people working for it. And the goal is always money, power, etc.


Anonymous 02/09/2024 (Fri) 10:10 [Preview] No.51298 del
>>51294
there is a lot of nuance to trust. it's true that you can never FULLY trust anyone, but you can usually trust some people to not do 99.9% of the bad things they could potentially do to you. however those few trustworthy people wouldn't necessarily share all of your interests or want to work for/with you. I think the deciding factor is whether there is rapport between you and those people. That chart Doc posted is very relevant to this - notice how scummy people like politicians, CEOs and bankers help each other out all the time, even across parties and borders, because they all share essentially the same worldview that makes them predators trying to "win" the game they perceive life as. Whenever I've come across people that "get it" irl (that one woman from night school, dreadlocks girl also from night school) I immediately trusted them almost completely. I also trust you guys (except for the central european untermensch)


Anonymous 02/09/2024 (Fri) 10:33 [Preview] No.51299 del
also just because they do have rapport with you doesn't mean they haven't done questionable or downright bad things to other people that they didn't have rapport with in the past. not really relevant in most cases, but it's still worth pointing out

>>51296
so what exactly do you want to do?


Anonymous 02/09/2024 (Fri) 10:57 [Preview] No.51300 del
I don't think it's surprising that there would be little to no empathy between people living multiple levels apart. Look at it this way. I unfortunately know many level 3 stone age hunters in this town, as I have complained about multiple times before. These people for the most part are NOT harmless. They cheat, steal (A LOT) and I'd be surprised if they hadn't raped a girl or two by spiking their drinks. Now, practically every other day I eat a meal that includes meat. Most of the time it's cow meat or pig meat, sometimes lamb or chicken. All domesticated, docile, peaceful, perhaps even "sweet" species. If I don't feel (that) bad about eating them why tf would I care what happens to some random darkie or politician? Not to mention that they probably see me as little more than easy prey because I have values and principles and whatnot


Anonymous 02/09/2024 (Fri) 10:59 [Preview] No.51301 del
>spiking their drinks
What drugs do they use? I'm just curious


Anonymous 02/09/2024 (Fri) 11:00 [Preview] No.51302 del
>>51299
>so what exactly do you want to do?
I could write a big wall of text about this but rather to keep it brief
With the whole world becoming less free, to form a group of like minded people who are concerned with all this and with the goal in mind to work together to help each other out as best as they can. Ideally it would be a group of people of different professions and talents or skills, but generally it would have to be the type of person that enjoys constant learning about new topics, the world and enjoys learning to understand and to gain insight, to improve himself and to become a better person. It can't be people who are selfish, greedy, egotistic, and so on. Interest in technical things would be good. Sometimes I see people who could be that type for example this guy >>51290
I don't have one particular thing I would want to do, although I could name a bunch of different things, but if you brought together a group of like minded, smart individuals, they could come up with some good ideas on how to deal with how the world currently is and what the world is changing into. A group like that would also bring out the best in each other and help to elevate the others in certain ways. For example there could be people who are brilliant at math or programming, but have no clue about finances and economics, and if they were brought together they could accomplish something that would create money for the group. Or some people might not be good at social things, but have some ideas that require social skills. People can learn different skills from the others that they themselves don't possess and generally uplift each other


Anonymous 02/09/2024 (Fri) 11:08 [Preview] No.51303 del
Also I know this would be a very politically incorrect thing to say in lower IQ environments but thankfully you guys don't watch Netflix shows: There's definitely a high degree of correlation between "awareness" and "wisdom" and just plain old IQ scores. Sorry not sorry. I had their best ever average in night school, my friend with the unfortunate chromosomes had the second best ever average. Dreadlocks girl rarely attended class but she was always (faultlessly) the first to hand in exams and never got scored lower than a 10. It is what it is 🤷‍♂️


Anonymous 02/09/2024 (Fri) 11:23 [Preview] No.51304 del
Speaking of which, there's no way the ashkenazi jews are the ooga booga money hunters they pretend to be. They're too high up in sam hyde's staircase for that. Maybe they choose to live life that way deliberately as some sort of logical exercise - if we (or at least our bodies) live in a physical realm then it follows that just for that simple reason, one should aim to make that material existence as pleasant as possible, even at the expense of others, but there must necessarily be a lot more than that to their belief system. Also I can think of a couple other hypotheses as to why so many of them prefer to focus on making money like any random pleb would (while obviously being more successful at it) as opposed to choosing more "interesting" or subversive lifestyles, but it's way too late now and I gotta sleep sooner or later I'm gonna get a stroke if I don't


Doc 02/09/2024 (Fri) 14:26 [Preview] No.51305 del
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Morning.

>>51304
Correct on the view they maximize life on both material and spiritual. And they are playing the game with cheats when doing the "evil" things to achieve that doesn't necessarily have the mental consequences it has for lower plebs.
But most of them are utter midwits that fall for their own material tricks. Specially "secular" jews.


Anonymous 02/09/2024 (Fri) 15:19 [Preview] No.51306 del
>>51285
I did, that caused my tow truck phase when I was 3 or 4.
Very nice screencap

>>51282
Neat. I've seen that guy go through other charts but this one is new to me. Highest I've been is level 7 I think. Also I'm realizing that many more people than I assumed are at lower levels. Even though they can use a lot of big words and assemble them well, their process is still "use the right symbols/mouth sounds = get what I want from the others"

>>51283
I'm level 3 when I have to go outside. The "darkies stay away or I'll stab you" mode. When I'm shitposting here I get to go higher.

>>51288
Is she part north african? Nice butt pic. She's pretty but I wouldn't give up my +1 to Agartha to her.

>>51293
>fitting that you would say "brothers" because only the men are emigrating to europe lmao
Hehehehe

>>51290
Looks cool. I've never done anything like that. My most ambitious thing is to make a spark gap radio jammer (jk feds I would never do that)


Anonymous 02/09/2024 (Fri) 15:40 [Preview] No.51307 del
>>51300
>>51304
Not having empathy for other levels makes a lot of sense (and I relate personally). You eat cows, jews exploit goyim, it's not so different.
Call it low level, but my view is that prospering on a physical level is not something that can be ignored or passed over. Basically don't let yourself get psyopped into letting the jews run the world forever just because you reached a higher level on a .png chart than they did. I'm fine with letting Moche Twinkleblatz be more enlightened while I own the building he lives in and all the surplus of the energy he expends goes to me.


Anonymous 02/09/2024 (Fri) 15:49 [Preview] No.51308 del
>>51305
Mornin
How did I not notice how muscular Clara's legs are until now


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>>51308
It is a new development.


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>>51307
The trick is while you should have the best material experience possible, DO NOT IMMANENTIZE THE ESCHATON, and confuse the immaterial with the material and try to satisfy your immaterial wants in the material world as they do. Your material self does not need a genetically engineered human cow to drink milk from, your immaterial self does not need to have power to shape DNA to feel unconstrained, he can be unconstrained in his own fucking world.


Doc 02/09/2024 (Fri) 16:19 [Preview] No.51312 del
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Since we are having a fun time, lets talk about this kind of shit:
https://www.deviantart.com/bluefluke/art/The-Psychonaut-Field-Manual-FOURTH-PDF-EDITION-530005584

Magik systems, initiatory cults, thelema, kabbalah and every other esoteric system.

They are crap. Why are they crap?
Due to the nature of the mind, there is an inherent operational system with concepts and mechanisms to it, which is shared by all. But that system is inherently too complex for language, and it is simplified down. Like you have assembler -> C++ -> Phython (and it will only get more similar as we develop A.I programming itself), etc... simplifications written with simplification written with simplifications, until we reach our verbal language and how we talk about these things.
Those magic systems try to access that inherent operational system, but they are only "emulations" of it, that affect only the people running those emulators, and no matter how accurate they portray the inherent system, it is still a bubble, and it even keeps them from ever exploring the real system.
Even literal programming languages, math, chemistry, geometry and such are better complex languages to think about these things and explore them via metaphor than those magic systems.

For instance, when one of those systems tells you "you have to distill this idea", it is borrowing from Alchemical language. But reading those guides, you will never "comprehend" the abstract concept of distillation.
Only via practice of or observation of chemistry you learn exactly what is a distillation, and can use that abstract concept on other things.


Anonymous 02/09/2024 (Fri) 16:20 [Preview] No.51313 del
>>51310
>power to shape DNA to feel unconstrained
My material self wants that. Like the meme pyramid says, I need to satisfy the basics.

>>51309
Interesting


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>>51313
This is why they have such a need to spread their symbolism, in order to run that emulation in more people and gain more power.
Wereas, a system like Sufism rejects words and is entirely based on experiences, and this is why it rules over jewish mysticism among the elite.
But it has very little effect on the masses.


Anonymous 02/09/2024 (Fri) 16:43 [Preview] No.51315 del
>>51312
>150mb of Gorillaz album cover art
Ah geez. I'll read on this throughout the day.

>>51314
>This is why they have such a need to spread their symbolism, in order to run that emulation in more people
I'm not sure what symbolism you're referring to here. Pyramids?
The latter part makes sense. Words are easy to spread, especially in the current year, they can be copied infinitely. Experiences are much more powerful but much harder to share. Reminds me of a saying I like; "if they won't see the light, make them feel the heat"
Musk's NeuralLink seems to be a step towards digitizing experiences. (probably a bad thing)


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>>51315
Words are just the end point. Before them you have images, then sensations, etc...
Lets say "freedom", there is an inherent true representation of it in your mind that is primal, it was inherited from your biology and maybe from the nature of the universe itself (if not beyond it).
If you look inwards and deal with that concept/feeling, you will have one or more different visual symbolic representations of it. None of those forms is the real form, but they all contain some of the real form. The real form is the full comprehension/experience of what is freedom, unbound by time or words.

If they can make you see their symbol of freedom when you look in, they can shift its meaning/comprehension.


Anonymous 02/09/2024 (Fri) 17:24 [Preview] No.51317 del
>>51312
What you mean is "the word is not the thing"?


Anonymous 02/09/2024 (Fri) 17:26 [Preview] No.51318 del
>>51306
>Looks cool. I've never done anything like that. My most ambitious thing is to make a spark gap radio jammer (jk feds I would never do that)
Reminds me of this vid I saw recently
https://youtube.com/watch?v=0zSKSiJbVqw [Embed]


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>>51317
Yes, but symbols are necessarily a step in between the words and the thing. Not only symbols, but archetypes too.


Anonymous 02/09/2024 (Fri) 18:54 [Preview] No.51320 del
>>51316
Very interesting. I've "known", you could say, about that sort of language trickery, but to talk about it the idea becomes more solid for me.
I think people who don't have the "mind's eye" are more easily tricked by this sort of thing. They can't imagine their own apple, so when someone describes an apple for him, he is amazed. Like you were exactly saying, if you find someone with no idea of "freedom" you can give them your idea of it easily.

>>51318
Will watch later. It looks cool.


Anonymous 02/09/2024 (Fri) 19:38 [Preview] No.51321 del
Just when you thought it was gone


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Anonymous 02/10/2024 (Sat) 01:02 [Preview] No.51324 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=BXLYayeJ1Fk [Embed]
New AnnAnn, and I was in fact drinking an energy drink at the time

>>51322
That 2nd pic is a good one


Anonymous 02/10/2024 (Sat) 03:33 [Preview] No.51326 del
https://parabrisas.perfil.com/noticias/novedades/asi-sera-la-version-suv-del-nuevo-fiat-uno.phtml I like it for what it is 🤷‍♂️ certainly a lot better than the modern 500 which I've never understood the hype about. it's still toy-like but at least it isn't an incoherent, messy, ugly design


Anonymous 02/10/2024 (Sat) 03:57 [Preview] No.51327 del
>>51326
Are those not just renderings?
But yeah It's unique and not it a bad way.

How was your Friday? Any better than the other days?


Anonymous 02/10/2024 (Sat) 04:58 [Preview] No.51328 del
>>51327
yes but I trust that source. mostly

>How was your Friday? Any better than the other days?
not really no, my keyboard broke, it registers multiple key presses with certain keys. I hope some contact cleaner will fix it tomorrow otherwise I'm screwed


Anonymous 02/10/2024 (Sat) 05:09 [Preview] No.51329 del
>>51328
Oh nice. Want me to post the alphabet so you have all the letters to copy and paste?


Anonymous 02/10/2024 (Sat) 05:30 [Preview] No.51330 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=nvMcFQqhbpM [Embed]
For the Hungary man


Anonymous 02/10/2024 (Sat) 05:31 [Preview] No.51331 del
>>51329
kill yourself


Anonymous 02/10/2024 (Sat) 05:52 [Preview] No.51332 del
>>51331
If the cleaning spray doesn't work I can send you that crypto


Anonymous 02/10/2024 (Sat) 06:07 [Preview] No.51333 del
>>51332
I just fucking fixed it. jfc thank god


Anonymous 02/10/2024 (Sat) 06:11 [Preview] No.51334 del
turns out the "4" key was stuck even though it didn't look stuck at all. the funny part is that apparently this brand has a recurring issue with the number 4. the only reason I realized what was happening was that I was reading reviews of keyboards I could potentially (not) buy and one of them was from this brand and someone who wrote a 1 star review complained that the 4 key got stuck. I pressed it on my keyboard and suddenly everything was back to normal again. Well not everything, the built in scroll wheel has been broken for several months lol


Anonymous 02/10/2024 (Sat) 06:16 [Preview] No.51335 del
the brand is called "klipxtreme" they're based in Miami (most likely latinxs) but all their products are cheap chinese crap. they're present in the US and Brazil apparently. avoid them at all costs. the mouse that came with this keyboard lasted all of two months. their products have pretty/niche designs but they're UGLY ON THE INSIDE


Anonymous 02/10/2024 (Sat) 06:35 [Preview] No.51337 del
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>>51335
Will do. I'm glad it is working now.

>>51336
Hehe


Anonymous 02/10/2024 (Sat) 06:58 [Preview] No.51338 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=RXqbCoVgWdo [Embed] just one click is all it takes and then you can tell everybody you know irl that you listen to hispanic post-punk with norwegian black metal influences. even if they were talking about the weather


Anonymous 02/10/2024 (Sat) 07:05 [Preview] No.51339 del
>ex president of panama reportedly corrupt
isn't that kind of panama's thing? like their whole raison d'etre? this is kind of like if I acted surprised that the president of the congo has dark skin


Anonymous 02/10/2024 (Sat) 08:05 [Preview] No.51340 del
>>51323
She has a feminine body and she is smol but her voice is so tomboyish; It's a funny contrast

>>51337
Nice tongue. How long until tongues become a worldwide fetish because of this tongue out meme

>>51338
post punk with BM is not a bad combo
>Purpura
I like this word


Anonymous 02/10/2024 (Sat) 08:15 [Preview] No.51341 del
>>51337
surely you appreciate this part at least? there is NO WAY anyone who's even slightly into melodic electric guitars doesn't

>>51340
>airbag
>hot neoteny gf
you can only choose one...


Anonymous 02/10/2024 (Sat) 09:23 [Preview] No.51342 del
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Anonymous 02/10/2024 (Sat) 09:44 [Preview] No.51343 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=7_6OmPbuXYg [Embed] the algorithm is acting up again


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Morning.


Anonymous 02/10/2024 (Sat) 15:47 [Preview] No.51346 del
>>51340
>How long until tongues become a worldwide fetish because of this tongue out meme
I hope it stays underground so women won't withhold it

>>51341
Is that from something you've linked before? I do like it.

>>51343
>cucked out of 30 seconds of driving by the faulty clutch safety switch
it's over

>>51345
Mornin


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Impressive cosplaying.


Anonymous 02/10/2024 (Sat) 21:01 [Preview] No.51350 del
>>51349
I wonder how it looks without the processing. Still impressive though, it's not easy to make things look that clean.

>>51348
Hot red giant


Anonymous 02/10/2024 (Sat) 21:23 [Preview] No.51351 del
Another week of successfully sneaking old cans of oil based paint into my city trash cans


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>>51351
Are they supposed to be disposed as chemicals or something?


Anonymous 02/10/2024 (Sat) 21:44 [Preview] No.51353 del
>>51352
Yeah. There's a long list of things I'm not supposed to throw away. So lame.


Doc 02/10/2024 (Sat) 22:14 [Preview] No.51354 del
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Finally got through the level design hassle I was having. Now polishing.


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Here is your new Jodelle for the year, ration it well.


Anonymous 02/10/2024 (Sat) 23:57 [Preview] No.51356 del
>>51354
you should hide a bunch of My Little Pony collectible dolls in every level. Also add sports cars that go really fast


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 01:29 [Preview] No.51358 del
>>51355
Comfy room

>>51354
She has a top tier smile.
Congrats on the progress. Today I sharpened some knives and got my brakes bled and adjusted as well as possible. They still suck but the fix is to do the upgrades I have planned, at least they are safe-ish now.

>>51356
And machineguns and big boobs and gambling


Doc 02/11/2024 (Sun) 01:57 [Preview] No.51359 del
On the subject of computers as metaphors for the mind, here's some cool facts:
Most people assume "machine language", assembler, is the lowest level.
While the whole processor does work with binary transistors on a low level, If you try to program a modern computer in machine code, you will only be accessing a higher level where it interfaces with the common architecture (be it x86, ARM, Risc, etc...).
All modern processors are designed by algorithm (not quite A.I in most cases, but some use neural networks) and have a massive inaccessible and barely comprehensible structure, that then translates its output to the known architecture machine code.
You can only communicate with it indirectly.


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 02:07 [Preview] No.51360 del
>>51359
Neat
I saw a video about the magnetic bead ROM used in the Apollo missions or some shit and it was impressively complex to me, and now computer stuff is 10000x more complex and compacted. I can't imagine.


Doc 02/11/2024 (Sun) 02:46 [Preview] No.51361 del
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>>51360
This is as low as you can comprehend.
https://github.com/pavel-krivanek/PharoChipDesigner

There's some things unexplained, that are down to quantum stuff, how magnets work and all. But the mechanics of it are not too hard.


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 02:52 [Preview] No.51362 del
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>>51361
How do people make the stuff if it's all so unexplained?

I also remember watching some guy use a computer he made in minecraft from redstone blocks. That was neat.


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>>51362
You don't have to fully understand something to use it, it just works.


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 03:17 [Preview] No.51364 del
https://www.youtube.com/shorts/FR-xoJMJraY
Chairba bros I don't feel so good

>>51363
I was thinking about designing the stuff.


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 03:20 [Preview] No.51365 del
So I'm 99% sure Costco sells the info about what I buy to Meta.
I bought some pretzels today and an hour later I see an advert for that brand of pretzels on instagram, and I didn't use my own credit card, the only thing tying me to the pretzels is the Costco membership card.


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>>51364
We know how to work with semi-conductors, but we didn't knew much of WHY they worked. Now we understand quite a lot of why, but not all of it. As the scale of processors gets smaller, this becomes more relevant because they don't work as consistently, being closer to atom sizes.


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 04:07 [Preview] No.51367 del
>>51366
It is curious how you would make a switch out of like 6 atoms.
Speaking of manipulating atoms, I was reading a bit about how monocrystal metals are made, basically they cool the molten metal in such a way, starting with the base of a pigtail shape, so it cools in a totally uniform atomic structure and it makes for better turbine blades. Neat stuff. I wonder if the way it works with nickel superalloys is similar to how it works with those pretty rainbow bismuth crystals.


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>>51367
Ye, been thinking about the massive boom there will be once we can do metallurgy in space. More specifically, I was stuck thinking of the Inconel paradox. Inconel being the ideal heat shield for re-entries, but too heavy to rocket into space.


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Space has all sorts of benefits for metallurgy. From "zero G" to heat having nowhere to escape so you can control cooling speeds without wasting as much energy.


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 04:27 [Preview] No.51370 del
REEEEEEEEEEEE UN BOG YOURSELF RIGHT NOW

>>51368
It's better than that cool silica foam? I know it's good for high-end exhaust tubing.


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 04:29 [Preview] No.51371 del
I have run into dire straits and I could use a soldering iron now


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 04:53 [Preview] No.51372 del
>>51371
Ah man. A nail held by pliers and a source to heat it can work.


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 05:01 [Preview] No.51373 del
>>51372
its fine I taped it back together but its still doing the thing where it types nearby keys on its own


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>>51373
Based on that stripe of rubber hoelding the flex, I assume your keyboard is one of those big flex plastic sheet 3 ply kind of keyboards like mine.
Mine (a nice dell) had that same issue for a while, and it took a lot to fix it.
Basically, its dirt or moisture or both. You will have to pull out the sheets, gently rub every inch of it inside out and inside out and inside out with some alcohol (70%+ better) until its fucking immaculate, and blow it dry with a cool fan until it is completely and utterly dry. Only then it will behave.


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 05:24 [Preview] No.51376 del
>>51374
work? cant I just beg lizbro for a new one?

>moisture
there are definitely still some crumbs in there but moisture is the most likely culprit. not from anything I spilled but just from the environment. its been disgustingly humid these last couple days, to the point that you could flap your arms and make instant rain. I doubt this keyboard was designed with rainforest tier weather in mind

>>51375
some blonde people are secretly hairier than your average arab


Doc 02/11/2024 (Sun) 05:36 [Preview] No.51377 del
>>51376
Put a silica pack in it if you can.


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 05:38 [Preview] No.51378 del
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Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 05:56 [Preview] No.51379 del
>>51376
I would rather you buy van parts with any begging money

>>51377
Nice pantsu


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 08:37 [Preview] No.51380 del
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>>51379
who tf are you to tell me what I should spend MY money on


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 09:29 [Preview] No.51381 del
>>51346
yeah it's from >>51197

>>51353
was your life on that list haha jk

>>51366
wdym intel has had atom processors for years


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 10:14 [Preview] No.51382 del
you know it used be that in these rural areas not too far from Buenos Aires you'd find all sorts of interesting mammals, like skunks or armadillos, a wide variety of reptiles and amphibians, and every possible color of butterfly, as well as plenty of fireflies during the night. That's what it was like when I'd come here for school breaks when I was a kid. Nowadays all the pretty animals are gone and in their place there are a lot more new species of ugly, large, creepy bugs. It's like even the countryside is turning increasingly dystopian, I'm sure Monsanto has nothing to do with it though


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 14:29 [Preview] No.51384 del
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1,193 wh/mile, when compared to the raw energy value of a gallon of diesel, is 34.11 miles/gallon when towing. (unless I did the math wrong)
Really good efficiency but hydrocarbon fuel still mogs with it's energy density.

>>51383
Girls do be shopping. Cute dress.

>>51382
I know China is like that because the Chinese eat all the other fauna. Maybe it's Monsanto I'm sure they're doing 1000 nefarious things every day.

>>51381
My life was in the trash from the beginning, I just try to ignore it.


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 14:49 [Preview] No.51385 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=LjzQ2QaJq00 [Embed]
Cup walkers BTFO
Look at that heat distortion, and imagine welding something 4 times when you could just do it once. But hey at least you get the fancy swirl finish that's surely worth all the trouble.


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 20:09 [Preview] No.51388 del
>>51387
>Cole Sprouse height: 6'
>Kathryn Newton height: 5'5"
Hmmmmm


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 20:46 [Preview] No.51390 del
>>51388
Mr. Sprouse is a big fat liar


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 21:17 [Preview] No.51392 del
>>51389
Cute. She reminds me of that Grace girl you used to post.

>>51390
The people love the number 6


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 21:21 [Preview] No.51393 del
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Flanked by Camilla Mendez at 5'2" and Lili Reinhart at 5'6"
I have too much time on my hands


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 21:39 [Preview] No.51394 del
>>51393
Dude is about my height, maybe an inch shorter, and I certainly don't feel the need to lie about it. Granted men are shorter around here but it's not like his peers in Manletwood are particularly tall either


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 21:41 [Preview] No.51395 del
I guess it's understandable to some degree because his career is based on his looks. But that lie doesn't hold up to the slightest scrutiny he should've said he was 5' 10, just add an inch or two, wear shoes with thick soles and leave that matter behind you lol


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 21:44 [Preview] No.51396 del
If I wasn't knock kneed and had better posture I'd probably be pretty close to the 6' mark. My dad is 6' 1. No point in crying about that stuff though also height matters but that's not my problem with women at all the problem is they're NASTY FUCKING WHORES and I don't want a nasty fucking whore with me I'm the picky one not them


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 21:45 [Preview] No.51397 del
sorry for the repeat I misclicked... mistapped? Is that a word? I'm on my phone


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 21:54 [Preview] No.51398 del
>>51383
She looks so ethereal in that beige dress

>>51384
The cybertruck honestly seems like a pretty cool product to me 🤷‍♂️ I don't like the body design that much and it's too minimalistic for me in general but I never understood why it gets so much hate. Must be SJWs who just hate Musk... Even though he makes precisely the same kind of vehicles they're always shilling and begging for more of. That's leftoids for you. The cybertruck does what it's designed to do well from what I've seen


Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 22:15 [Preview] No.51399 del
>>51398
I like it too. The style is cool imo and the stainless body is a nice feature. I wouldn't buy one, even if I had the money, but that's my own autism (plus I'm poor). I haven't seen much but the cybertruck doesn't seem any shittier than any other vehicle made in 2024.


Anonymous 02/12/2024 (Mon) 00:12 [Preview] No.51400 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=TbQ0hWbxuzw [Embed]

Dem eyebrows. Mama mia!


Doc 02/12/2024 (Mon) 01:37 [Preview] No.51401 del
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>>51398
It is pretty questionable in reliability, safety and many other issues.
The chassi has "getting bent" issues (some ford trucks do too, but most pickups don't), and the crash tests are oof.


Doc 02/12/2024 (Mon) 01:38 [Preview] No.51402 del
It's also not very practical, you can't really load it up without risking breaking the back glass, and so on and so forth.


Anonymous 02/12/2024 (Mon) 01:39 [Preview] No.51403 del
>>51401
Is the chassis itself stainless or just the outer body?


Doc 02/12/2024 (Mon) 01:57 [Preview] No.51404 del
>>51403
Just the outer body.
https://youtube.com/watch?v=DnsvsF6HzY0 [Embed]

Not saying they didn't improve a lot of things the industry had just been stuck in inertia on, like the whole wire rig foolishness, etc... but they are noobies in this particular market and it shows. It didn't even have an option to disable diferential lock.


Anonymous 02/12/2024 (Mon) 02:08 [Preview] No.51405 del
>>51404
lel, I thought they were just going to use individual motors instead of a locking diff


Anonymous 02/12/2024 (Mon) 02:39 [Preview] No.51406 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=TeqE1kOO3dE [Embed]
Dat input lag


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Anonymous 02/12/2024 (Mon) 05:17 [Preview] No.51409 del
>>51407
The fuck why is Hideo so fat looking?
I heard somewhere that suburbs in Israel look exactly like that. Very coincidental that the US suburbs would have a similar look.

>>51408
pls explain coconut one


Anonymous 02/12/2024 (Mon) 06:38 [Preview] No.51410 del
>>51402
Tbf that goes for all modern vehicles pretty much. they've been getting less and less utilitarian over the years.

>>51406
yeah I never understood this about new cars in general. We've had fast capacitive buttons for how long now? This should not be an issue but somehow it is. Also they're still putting super weak chips in the media systems of a lot of new cars, up until recently the screen not being as laggy as one of the very first Android phones was a big selling point


Anonymous 02/12/2024 (Mon) 06:39 [Preview] No.51411 del
dammit I have committed repost again


Anonymous 02/12/2024 (Mon) 08:29 [Preview] No.51412 del
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>>51409
https://youtube.com/watch?v=EOgOLfz_q6o [Embed] this one has a great intro


Anonymous 02/12/2024 (Mon) 08:43 [Preview] No.51414 del
They started to undress.


Anonymous 02/12/2024 (Mon) 08:44 [Preview] No.51415 del
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https://youtube.com/watch?v=TQexrHR_QNo [Embed] I wish I could be half as joyful and carefree as terrorism asmr man


Anonymous 02/12/2024 (Mon) 10:54 [Preview] No.51416 del
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sara norregaard looks so fucking good in this concert absolutely blessed aesthetics


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>>51410
Sorry to make you watch that whole damn video. I wanted to link to the part about the steer by wire. I complain, but this is probably a good feature as it keeps the pudgy techbros who buy this vehicle from making dumb steering inputs that would upset the truck at speed. Racing videogames do this when you play with a controller. You can whip the steering joystick maximum left but the game won't have the car turn full lock, it knows what a reasonable steering input would be for the speed and lets you go a little bit past that.
https://youtube.com/watch?v=TeqE1kOO3dE [Embed]

>>51414
Is that the weather reporter?

>>51412
I like the instrumentals all through the song. Nice one.


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Bruh this fucking website. 11 minutes 48 seconds


Anonymous 02/12/2024 (Mon) 14:28 [Preview] No.51419 del
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>>51417
>Is that the weather reporter?
No. One of the weather report website features a "what to wear today" illustration next to the predictions.
I opened the last thread here with these, I thought periodically post an update how it goes.


Anonymous 02/12/2024 (Mon) 14:50 [Preview] No.51420 del
>>51419
Oh yeah, that's what I was thinking of.


Anonymous 02/12/2024 (Mon) 15:10 [Preview] No.51421 del
>>51419
>tfw today is Ed Sheeran day


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Morning.


Anonymous 02/12/2024 (Mon) 17:34 [Preview] No.51423 del
>>51422
Gm. Here's that "girl" we been talking about

Cute jungle gorl


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>>51423
BULGED.


Anonymous 02/12/2024 (Mon) 18:07 [Preview] No.51425 del
>>51424
"Xer, could I see your genitals? The homies and I have to know"


Anonymous 02/12/2024 (Mon) 18:45 [Preview] No.51427 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=64rQNqK_6PE [Embed]
https://youtube.com/watch?v=P2O8KCmVjU0 [Embed]
Tfw don't have one of these in my room


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>>51425
Genital gatcha.


Anonymous 02/12/2024 (Mon) 21:49 [Preview] No.51429 del
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>walk into grocery store to buy bread
>there's a girl there
>pale ginger, cute disney princess nose, could be any age from 13 to 23, black hoodie black sweatpants and black sneakers, wearing over ear headphones almost as big as her head
my people. I should've followed her home. maybe her dad would've shot me but what is there to lose at this point? at least it would be an honest death

>>51423
can't say I didn't tell ya


Anonymous 02/12/2024 (Mon) 22:41 [Preview] No.51430 del
>>51429
I didn't even care anyway OKAY! Dang neanderthal lookin ass male, no upper lip.

The girl sounds cute. Maybe follow her a little, she might go to a different store where you could make your move.


Anonymous 02/12/2024 (Mon) 23:28 [Preview] No.51431 del
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Was he tucking in?


Anonymous 02/12/2024 (Mon) 23:41 [Preview] No.51432 del
>>51430
I see two problems with the approach you suggest
1) I have no such "moves"
2) I honestly could not tell what her age was

>>51431
Milly is a little sus too you know


Anonymous 02/12/2024 (Mon) 23:41 [Preview] No.51433 del
>>51431
Must have been. All the evidence I had I already posted


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>>51433
How can we know she is not padding now?


Anonymous 02/12/2024 (Mon) 23:45 [Preview] No.51435 del
>>51432
Well if you're prepared to die then you have more options than the normal man


Anonymous 02/12/2024 (Mon) 23:47 [Preview] No.51436 del
>>51434
We can't, but that seems like a less likely thing to see.
If I find anything out I'll let you guys know lol


Anonymous 02/12/2024 (Mon) 23:48 [Preview] No.51437 del
>>51435
point taken


Anonymous 02/12/2024 (Mon) 23:54 [Preview] No.51438 del
do they know I could just wipe my hard drives before Interpol gets in? free $800k


Doc 02/13/2024 (Tue) 01:40 [Preview] No.51439 del
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Now I have time to finish writing the story.


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I'm testing A.I interpolators for upscaling/smoothing the videos I will show of the game, since my hardware can't handle it in higher quality.


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 02:34 [Preview] No.51441 del
Almost started a fire while welding in my shop. Luckily I noticed the smoke before an actual flame erupted. Classic welder move.

>>51440
>>51439
Nice. I guess most of the superbowl commercials were using AI images in some way.


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>>51442
Hahahaha, boomers say the darnest things.


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 03:27 [Preview] No.51444 del
>>51427
Neat.
What would you do with one?

>>51443
Yeah hehe. If only he didn't get so distracted by the crowd. Stay on target!


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I have officially reached my lowest point. cucked by the weeping goy


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 03:36 [Preview] No.51446 del
Idk if there's something wrong with my brain but I'm having one of those nights where I feel horrible and everything seems bad and wrong. There's zero trust for people, zero hope for the future, zero reasons to try. Not that I usually have a lot of each of those things but sometimes it feels way worse for some reason. Probably brain chemistry


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>>51446
Find some of the issues that are weighting on you, not the deepest darkest shit, but more draining of your mental resources.
Write them down and ask/wish for your unconscious to solve them for you, promise yourself to unburden yourself from dealing with those issues at least for today if not tomorrow.


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 04:00 [Preview] No.51448 del
>>51447
Good advice. I appreciate it. I think that's more or less what I've been trying to do just now except mentally, I didn't write anything down. But essentially the same idea yeah


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 04:01 [Preview] No.51449 del
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Also it's actually cold now to the point that I had to close all the windows, so I can drink tea. Tea is good for the soul it's better than 90% of the stuff doctors would have you take


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 04:25 [Preview] No.51450 del
>>51445
The logo is his goofy hair lol

>>51449
That sounds comfy. Enjoying small things like that is what helps me, mostly because it's all I get 99% of the time.
Not that you asked, but I think your condition is caused by paying too much attention to the world while living in Argentina.


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 04:29 [Preview] No.51451 del
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>>51450
I'd definitely be out there making money and hanging out with my real life friends on weekends if I was capable of either of those things


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 04:40 [Preview] No.51452 del
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I'm effectively bunkering down until renting out properties becomes a viable business again. That doesn't mean I'm not profoundly embarrassed that I rely on my parents even beyond having inherited said properties, but sadly that's as good as it gets for any of us right now I think. Sure I could just lay down on the train tracks and end it all but there is also the matter of my little sister who's probably going to need help, plus I don't really think things are going to get worse, I'm pretty sure this is rock bottom (both for me and for the real estate market). So I'm going to wait it out. I don't necessarily see suicide as an unforgivable act nobody should ever do regardless of their circumstances, but I'm not some retarded woke "euthanasia" shill either, and I'm not going to kill myself just because I'm currently poor


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 04:53 [Preview] No.51453 del
>>51452
Going face down in defense position seems reasonable. You better not kys, who would I shitpost with? Also you need to be here for the Jules/Jayden reunion


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>>51452
Bad times are good for doing inner stuff, like how LotR was written during the war and such.
I'm a bit divided with the perspective of bad times ahead because I did my time of confinement and was just trying to come out to play now, and to some extent will continue to play my chips regardless, but its a bad timing and I'm getting old. But its not really a big loss, my early meanderings on normie world were unimpressive.


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 05:48 [Preview] No.51456 del
>>51455
Me too. that's definitely how I'm going to picture Doc from now on


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 05:49 [Preview] No.51457 del
>>51456
Doc the sassy hacker girl from the detective show


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 06:53 [Preview] No.51460 del
>>51444
>What would you do with one?
I don't even know. You could probably do a lot of cool stuff with it. Maybe it could assemble one of itself so I get more robot arms. and then they could mass produce robot girls after that.
How do they even work, do they have a camera built in for object recognition?


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 07:00 [Preview] No.51461 del
>>51454
>I'm a bit divided with the perspective of bad times ahead because I did my time of confinement and was just trying to come out to play now, and to some extent will continue to play my chips regardless, but its a bad timing and I'm getting old. But its not really a big loss, my early meanderings on normie world were unimpressive.
I feel similar.
I feel as though I am just seeing the world for the first time and my previous time was from a former life or something like it. It seems so distant and far away from me, and I don't have much of a connection to it anymore
But I am also not so young anymore and I realized I need to make use of the time I have left. It is bad timing in the sense that world war 3 and so on is ahead, but it can also be an interesting challenge


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 07:08 [Preview] No.51462 del
If worst comes to worst you can all join my commune in the mountains here and live there until ww3 has passed

>>51445
That's the italian right wing woman politician, right? I think she also had a lot of promises and words, but it not uphold most of them, no?


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 08:03 [Preview] No.51464 del
>>51462
>If worst comes to worst you can all join my commune in the mountains here and live there until ww3 has passed
contrary to what lizbro believes I'm not that up to date on international politics and events anymore. I'm past that phase for the most part. But yeah I think she's only done a couple things that would actually make a difference


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Morning.


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 14:51 [Preview] No.51466 del
>>51465
Is this some new planet of the apes? Or she just got lost in Detroit?


Doc 02/13/2024 (Tue) 14:53 [Preview] No.51467 del
>>51466
https://youtube.com/watch?v=XtFI7SNtVpY [Embed]


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 14:57 [Preview] No.51468 del
>>51467
Any skin left on that fox at all? I don't mean the chick I mean the franchise.


Doc 02/13/2024 (Tue) 15:00 [Preview] No.51469 del
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>>51468
Well, its having a pretty solid run thus far.
But it mostly flies under the radar of most people.


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 15:04 [Preview] No.51470 del
>>51469
I think the last one I saw was made in the 80s.


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>>51470
The classic is different, but the new franchise is quite good. They put a lot of effort in it.


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 15:35 [Preview] No.51472 del
Xoch at the Madame Web premiere. I wonder who of the cast she was hitting on.

>>51466
I was hoping that it wouldn't looked like the poor little white girl meme through half the movie, but I guess it will.

>>51468
With AI now making the monkey graphics cheaper than ever? Yes.
Did you see the original?

>>51469
Good morning. Girl tennis is such a cute sport.

>>51460
>do they have a camera built in for object recognition?
No. As far as I know you have to program all the movements, though I imagine it's basic controller software will translate the desired "hand" movement into orders for all the joint motors. I've used a computer controlled plasma cutter, but that's only two dimensions and one axis.
I suppose you could put a saw on it's arm and it could make you some wood sculptures. Could be some good money in things like that.


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 15:37 [Preview] No.51473 del
>>51472
>Did you see the original?
I did a couple of times. And I think the next two as well.


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 15:47 [Preview] No.51474 del
Wow, she must have been too distracted by Sydney's breasts to say anything coherent

>>51473
Did they make any sequels before the reboot ones we have now? The original is the only one I've seen.


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 15:49 [Preview] No.51475 del
>>51474
I just looked it up they made 4 sequels in the 70s. I'm not sure how many of them I saw. And there's one remake in 2001.


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 15:52 [Preview] No.51476 del
>>51475
Damn I didn't think there we so many. Thanks for doing the research hehe


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>in today's dream I was writing a story
>it was a powerful metaphor or something
>can't remember exactly what it was


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 16:12 [Preview] No.51478 del
>>51477
Another great look on Kat
Hopefully the memory comes back to you


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 17:07 [Preview] No.51479 del
>Guess where I'm going
Wild guess, I am saying Korea or Greece

>>51472
>No. As far as I know you have to program all the movements, though I imagine it's basic controller software will translate the desired "hand" movement into orders for all the joint motors. I've used a computer controlled plasma cutter, but that's only two dimensions and one axis.
>I suppose you could put a saw on it's arm and it could make you some wood sculptures. Could be some good money in things like that.
This would be what's called a cnc?


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 17:14 [Preview] No.51480 del
>>51479
>This would be what's called a cnc?
Yes. The acronym means "computer numerically controlled" so lots of stuff fall under that, not just metal cutting.

Good guessing, I just saw the post it's Korea (south)
She also continues to steal Emma's overhead messy selfie style. The Stacy menace.


Anonymous 02/13/2024 (Tue) 19:52 [Preview] No.51482 del
>>51481
That's what I hear from everyone. I should watch them already.
Nice ASRs


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Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 00:12 [Preview] No.51484 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=OhRcD3AYVO8 [Embed]
ASMR cutie posted a workout video. It's not really lewd, but I'm glad about that. dutch is such a goofy language


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 03:02 [Preview] No.51485 del
I ended up finding a workaround to fix this month's finances (next month should be better since rent finally updates and triples) and I went ahead and bought a new keyboard. It's from a chinese brand called "Only", and I found that very fitting because it's only technically a keyboard, and it only has a case and keys. It doesn't even have dedicated volume keys, much less a wrist rest. It weighs all of 10 grams, and it didn't even have any anti-slip rubber feet on its underside, so when I went to try it even the tiniest contact with my hands would make it slide around the table. I ended up having to take off the ones on my previous keyboard and glue them on. The cable is... I don't even know how to describe it, in either of the languages I can speak. The insulation is rough, as if something had gone wrong during the manufacture process. Also it reeks of that chemical that the Chinese spray on their cheapest plastic products so that the rats in the boats won't eat them. But hey I can type again now. I had been using my phone for the last two days lol


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 03:04 [Preview] No.51486 del
I'm kinda tempted to give it a lick to see if that substance tastes good for humans. It doesn't smell that bad to me


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 03:12 [Preview] No.51487 del
By workaround I mean calling the water company to beg them to please for the love of god give me a few extra days on their bills (I'm paying for very expensive repairs, not for the water itself) so that I don't have to keep paying them out of the previous month's income, which is obviously going to be lower than the actual corresponding month's. So I'll subtract the payment I owe them from a sum of $300 or so and not out of $105 like I've been doing


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Pt.11
In his mind, there is only a frequency, a familiar sharp note that modulates up and down in waves. The note reminds him of being, and it hurts. He recognizes where he felt it, its pain, incredible pain. He wakes up lying on his back, on top of a pile of himself and others, inside a warehouse lit only by a red light. 

He feels himself, and his hands don't meet his skin, entering the cavity that is his wide-open chest. - Awake? Already? - Say the incorporeal voice, but it feels very close now. He looks around the room, and besides himself and a few crates, a large mask decor on the wall is looking at him. Forcing his eyes, he makes out that it is made of many layers of thin metallic sheets overlapping each other in a perfectly symmetrical form. It crawls closer to him. - You are going to die. You can now rebuild. If you feed. - says the voice as he feels himself losing consciousness. - I will feed you. - His right hand rises by itself and grabs a handful of guts from the pile. He blacks out before taking a bite.

The frequency spikes up and gradually dies down until it is just in the background of his mind. The room is now all dark, but he can feel his chest whole. - Are you there? - Paul asks bravely towards the dark. - I am. - It replies. - I am alive. It was horrible, but I'm alive. - He tells himself, pushing away the gore from his skin. 

The light comes back, faint but not red anymore. The mask is still in another spot on the wall. - You can now rebuild. You cannot survive. Your world will not survive. You cannot escape. You are still aging. - Paul listens attentively to his words, standing up from the pile. - And you can? Why did you help me twice? What do you want? - He means it respectfully. - This is new to me. I do not understand it; I want to understand. - It responds. - Then help me; can you kill those things before they get to land? - He says, clenching his fists. - I am not with you. It is just a symbol. - The mask changes form; it is now closer to an insect - I can make you capable of it. If you tell me what is your need. - Paul gets close to the mask. - Like you saved me? - He touches his chest. - Yes. - It says.


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 03:16 [Preview] No.51489 del
>>51487
300usd? Damn that's a like a million argiebux.
Glad things are looking up for you.


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 03:22 [Preview] No.51490 del
>>51488
Neat. The bug mask thing sounds like a wildly strange type of creature. That kind of stuff is interesting to me.


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>>51485
Let the other keyboard to dry, it may come back normal by itself eventually. Good to know things are not too bad.

>>51485
The full stuff is on the discord if you need a recall of the last parts. Like how the mask appeared before


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 06:14 [Preview] No.51492 del
Do you come with the pancakes? and can I put butter on you?


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 06:21 [Preview] No.51493 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=ytlLM_8y6Po [Embed] wow this is way worse than Starfield. $125m budget for a grand total of 751 players at its all time peak


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 06:23 [Preview] No.51494 del
>>51489
it's approximately three hundred thousand argiebux. sadly still well below an average wage

>>51491
>Let the other keyboard to dry, it may come back normal by itself eventually. Good to know things are not too bad.
yeah I had the same thought. I left it in the open in a big airy room precisely for that reason. I'll test it in a couple days


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 06:34 [Preview] No.51495 del
>>51494
Damn. Well at least these new pipes will never corrode because they are apparently made of gold.

>>51493
lol, the classic harsh faced strong black woman character. And that game didn't have multiplayer? Sure making a profitable game was third behind the ESG score, and paying black women game devs to do nothing, but they still could have done better.


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 06:37 [Preview] No.51496 del
speaking of bad janky games, I was just remembering GRAW before watching that vid. I picked up a physical copy of that game as a kid because the cover looked really cool. I thought it'd be a fun, smooth single player tacticool FPS. Boy was I wrong.

>>51492
maybe she's one of the rewards *beavis chuckling* let's go to ihop, butthead *more chuckling*


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 06:40 [Preview] No.51497 del
>>51495
they love their 1/10 west africans. they'd rather die than portray an actually attractive black woman in their products

>Damn. Well at least these new pipes will never corrode because they are apparently made of gold.
assuming they even installed anything at all. they never notified me until it was already done and they were looking to get paid, only the tenants got to see what was or wasn't done


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 06:54 [Preview] No.51498 del
>>51417
>
>madelinewmyers.jpg
She is so weird, she posts about nothing else but "looksmaxxing" and [something]-maxxing and mogging on her stories


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 06:55 [Preview] No.51499 del
Oh, and about mewing


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>>51497
>assuming they even installed anything at all
It would be prudent to check that.

>>51496
>*walks up to Xochi working as the hostess
>"Eh-Hehehe, Hey babyehh"

I played GRAW 2 a few years after it came out because I was on a Ghost Recon binge. I don't remember it being janky, but I didn't love it. The future meme weapons weren't that interesting to me


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 07:03 [Preview] No.51501 del
Whenever I see snow it reminds me of happy times when I was a child. I wonder if that's is the same effect on everyone and not just me. Same for forests


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 07:07 [Preview] No.51502 del
>>51498
She's "moggermaddie" now hehe. She's an interesting one.

>>51501
Not really for me, though the few times I've gone to the snow were happy memories. 1st with my dad, then with the boy scouts.
Nice Isabels


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 07:08 [Preview] No.51503 del
>>51498
>>51499
Poor thing. She's not weird she's probably just autismal and clueless and prone to become fully invested in any manufactured philosophy that she stumbles upon on the internet. Reminds me of that small community that was a thing a few years ago mostly on Discord I believe, it also glorified shallowness but with mysticism tacked on, in the end it was just a group of severely depressed anorexic girls with horrible personalities and little to offer beyond their thinness. Being women, they probably didn't even support each other

>>51500
I never played GRAW 2 but it has better reviews than the original according to google


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 07:10 [Preview] No.51505 del
feirylla needs to make more content like this. or if she's going to add a metal song at least have it not be some boring ass crap I've never heard before (for good reason)


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 07:12 [Preview] No.51506 del
>>51504
she's so good at it she almost makes it look like a legitimate art form and not the ooga booga mating ritual that it is


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 07:15 [Preview] No.51507 del
>>51501
>wearing jeans that drag in slushy weather
Silly woman

>>51503
Small discord community?

If Meta is really listening like I suspect, it will recommend me a video essay about how GRAW was worse than I remember.

>>51504
Looks good. Xoch has some competition


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 07:17 [Preview] No.51508 del
back in the day vimeo had a lot of BTS videos of photoshoots for companies that made underwear and swimsuits for children. that's all I'll be saying on this matter do not quote this post


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 07:18 [Preview] No.51509 del
is Nemo a metal song?

>>51507
a video on such an interesting and important topic should last 47 minutes at the least


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For AI, simulating a baby is only slightly easier than an adult. The things we learn over years are easy, the evolved built in skills like vision are hard.


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 07:31 [Preview] No.51511 del
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>>51509
Oh yeah here we go.


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 07:40 [Preview] No.51512 del
the 4:30 AM train always makes my table shake a little

>>51510
my turing test is can they feel the rain? not describe it by parroting our descriptions of it or simply register the sensation with the aid of electronics, but rather "feel" it in the most strict sense of the word. I think "feeling" is where the real test lies for AI and androids. We can argue all day about the exact definition of the word but the point is that we all know their "feeling" is not going to be anything like our "feeling" anytime soon

>>51511
I'm pretty sure RSV2 was the best out of them all, gameplay wise. I played its MP mode A LOT back in the day


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 07:51 [Preview] No.51513 del
if they can't derive pleasure from smelling petrichor or experience things like deja vus or nostalgia or goosebumps they're NOT human those are the parts that count the things that are exclusive to human brains all of the androids I've seen so far are just big glorified Alexas


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 07:54 [Preview] No.51514 del
that's pretty much the point AI in general is at too. what essentially amounts to the code for procedural generation in some 2012 videogame but marketed as "artificial intelligence". puh-lease


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 08:11 [Preview] No.51515 del
Tranny thing to say

>>51512
Those did look like a big step forward for that franchise. Of course I never played the Vegas games because I'm a dumb idiot.

>>51508
What an odd thing to say


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 08:12 [Preview] No.51516 del
well that's not too far removed from the truth actually because googling stuff and reading the results out loud technically does count as (very) "artificial intelligence" but that's not what most people think of when they hear the term AI


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 08:39 [Preview] No.51517 del
>>51515
yeah why does "she" feel the need to state what should be a self evident fact out loud

>What an odd thing to say
Is that so? GRAW was a bad memory but then a happy memory came along


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 09:03 [Preview] No.51518 del
sam hyde was funnier when he was a skinny NEET loser. surely his new redpilled self realizes that he had easily 20-30% more brain cells back then and that he's never going to be that funny ever again no matter how hard he goes at the gym


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 09:09 [Preview] No.51520 del
>>51518
I only ever watched 1 thing from Sam Hyde. In that vid he introduces and talks about some bs project done by some highscoolers and NASA, that the tards made a bunch of videos about their bs lives and they sent it that crap into space as a time capsule. Govt. spent 5000 dollarydoos on the project. Sam Hyde goes on that this is a useful skill, learning how to scam is important in life.
I dunno if it was funny but I agreed on the point what I thought he tried to make.


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 09:12 [Preview] No.51521 del
This is the project:
https://invidious.protokolla.fi/watch?v=DB_Saff55E8
https://youtube.com/watch?v=DB_Saff55E8 [Embed]


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 09:34 [Preview] No.51522 del
>>51520
>I only ever watched 1 thing from Sam Hyde.
I never thought I'd be able to relate to the redditors that freak out whenever they run into someone who hasn't seen all the movies of their favorite franchise

>learning how to scam is important in life
well yes. I'd argue that that's the very basis of capitalism. now much like with androids and "feeling" this depends on how exactly you'd define the word "scam", but there's definitely an aspect of scamming to the things that most wealthy people did to get there. even in the middle/upper middle class there's a lot of that going on, just in more subtle and nuanced ways. most people would probably disagree with me on this but I've always seen things as simple and accepted as increasing profit margins arbitrarily in commerce or cutting corners in a production line as things that constitute "scamming". I don't believe in such a thing as "honest" or "fair" competition, I think that sort of talk is just copium and the whole system rewards people for being as dishonest as possible

To be clear I'm not trying to shill socialism or any other alternative, that dishonesty that capitalism rewards is the source of all of our modern comforts is it not? Obviously I have my issues with capitalism as do most people but still, I'll take it over the next "it's gonna work for real this time" attempt at true socialism that inevitably ends up starving millions of innocent people. But I like the idea of "common sense" tax rates based on income/net worth, I'm not much of a libertarian much less an ancap


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 09:40 [Preview] No.51523 del
"Common sense" was probably an unfortunate way to describe that type of tax system. A lot of governments around the world and throughout history have implemented "common sense" (basically an appeal to popularity) measures that ended up being disastrous once put into practice. So ignore that part lol


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Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 15:23 [Preview] No.51528 del
>>51517
Hehe Well they got smart to that cuz all the videos are gone it seems.
Nice Laura pics. That hairstyle looks good one her.

>>51519
>Subaru Outback
Sorry baby, never going to happen.
I agree about Hyde, though even if he tried to do the kind of stuff he used to, he is probably too infamous to pull it off.

>>51520
>learning how to scam is important in life.
He took that to heart.

>>51522
You don't have to talk nice about capitalism just because of me, assuming you are. It's true about the scamming here; #1 way, and maybe the only way, to move up in class is to scam the government out of money.

>>51527
>>51527
Good morning cute Emmas


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Morning.


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Capitalism works because it does not require good intentions to work. And work here means "not destroying itself", which implies it doesn't reward behaviors that are self-destructive.
This is why it never led to say, perpetual war.
But it is a low bar, and a lot of shit will always happen within it.


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 16:02 [Preview] No.51532 del
>>51529
Good morning

>>51519
Did you use Handbrake to make that clip?
The program I have been using somehow got 10x slower at rendering. Ridiculous.


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 16:10 [Preview] No.51533 del
>cat never finishes the food in his dish
>I give him new food
>the layers of old food at the bottom get older and older
Damn retard cat, eat your food


Doc 02/14/2024 (Wed) 16:35 [Preview] No.51534 del
>>51533
Just mix when you put new in. They do some times pick each individual fresh one tho.


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 17:14 [Preview] No.51535 del
>>51534
I empty it once in a while.
I just wanted to berate my cat.


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GF lifehack: Meet cool boomers, find out if they have single daughters.
https://youtube.com/watch?v=RluBVKFJRI4 [Embed]


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 18:01 [Preview] No.51537 del
Dakota probably does not even realize how much I enjoy the colors

>>51533
>>51534
Please give your cat fresh food and not old food...


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 18:17 [Preview] No.51538 del
I am making some progress; I have a database access and fetch of the blog posts, so each blog post gets loaded from the database, and a comment system under each blog post with database access as well. I am testing it locally now
And also tested file upload, as well as thumbnail making


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 18:31 [Preview] No.51539 del
If you think about it, there is not really a non cia controlled place on the internet anymore except maybe some odd imageboards such as this one. All of the big sites like facebook, instagram, tiktok, etc. are cia'ed, twitter is probably a controlled opposition op, 4chan is probably overtaken by cia by now, and if not than they spam the site with GPT and so on. Telegram or discord are both cia honeypots as well. I don't know if there are any means of communication that is not glowniggered


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 18:37 [Preview] No.51540 del
Boards like this are too insignificant for them to take notice of probably. But as we could see with 8chan , once it became big and popular they false flag op'ed it and took it down


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 18:39 [Preview] No.51541 del
It must be weird for Dakota or for actors in general, to have their movie labeled as the worst movie of all time and still have to do promotion for it


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 19:40 [Preview] No.51542 del
>>51537
If my cat doesn't like it he can go to one of the neighbor's houses that I see him hanging around, that furry slut.

>>51539
Sadly true. The Great Satan is everywhere.
Nice Rylees

>>51541
It's said to be that bad?


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>>51539
That has always been a moot issue, they always owned the bottlenecks, now its cloudflare and probably basedflare as well.
But this is not exactly totalitarian power, if they abuse it in any significative public way, they will lose it.


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>>51542
>It's said to be that bad?


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 20:05 [Preview] No.51545 del
>>51543
>>51543
>cloudflare and probably basedflare as well
I imagine these will be the gates to filter out anyone non compliant

>But this is not exactly totalitarian power, if they abuse it in any significative public way, they will lose it.
They already block or shadowban people everywhere arbitrarily on all major platforms, what do you mean by in a public way?
And what do you mean they will lose it? Who is going to take it away from them?


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 20:07 [Preview] No.51546 del
>>51544
Dang lol
Sydney probably thinking "I could have saved the movie, but they wouldn't let me get naked"


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>>51545
Like, coming out as the absolutist technocrat rulers. People would just stop using the internet out of fear, and there would be sufficient motivation to get alternatives working, even if illegal.
Every dictatorship has a black market that is what keeps it from completely ceasing to function.


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 20:53 [Preview] No.51548 del
>>51547
>Like, coming out as the absolutist technocrat rulers.
Don't you think they are already doing that? Maybe in a more subtle way. Perhaps a lot of normies don't see it because they've been psyopped to be on their side or because they don't do any research.
To me it looks like they're already doing it, just in slow motion; like with the boiling frog


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>>51548
Even the CCP is highly concerned with its public image, with showing how benevolent they are, with punishing greedy billionaires and corrupt small fry bureocrats.
So they are not just using the system freely, they know even if the people don't rise up against them, it could all go to shit anyway if they do.


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 21:05 [Preview] No.51550 del
>>51546
>Sydney probably thinking "I could have saved the movie, but they wouldn't let me get naked"
My expectations for this movie were high. I hoped they would all get naked at the very least


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 21:09 [Preview] No.51551 del
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you can only pick one

>>51539
the guy in the black tee walking behind them was totally checking out Marina's legs lol. and who could blame him

>4chan is probably overtaken by cia
4chan has been an extremely heavily monitored honeypot since like 2011 or 2012


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 21:57 [Preview] No.51552 del
>>51551
>honeypot
What do they catch people doing there? I can't even post in a Xochitl thread or use the n word without getting banned.

Is that Sofia's sister? tough choice


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 23:18 [Preview] No.51553 del
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>>51532
I used a program called VidCutter. But I do use Handbrake for other things beyond cutting too. And then Shotcut for actual editing. For >>51416 I replaced the original video's audio layer with the studio recording of the song. I had to speed it up by 10% (Shotcut can attempt to keep the tone the same though) and slow down the video by 10% for them to match

>sister
I think that's her yeah. Last time I saw her she was much fatter but the face matches


Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 23:40 [Preview] No.51554 del
>A Weeb, denied her spiritual homeland

>>51553
>VidCutter
I'll try that out, thanks.


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 01:41 [Preview] No.51555 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=9zuNm1Ow-YA [Embed]
Not bad, but It's no Immortals of Avenum


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Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 02:32 [Preview] No.51557 del
https://www.youtube.com/shorts/zhHsIqGx-tM
I like this guy. Very wholesome.


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 04:13 [Preview] No.51558 del
>>51548
>laurendonzis
Another nice find. I like the tongue pic. Booba looks pretty ample too.


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 04:36 [Preview] No.51559 del
good news everybody new naomi shoot

>>51544
brutal

>>51543
>>51545
I gotta side with cam on this. I think they're already abusing their power in pretty significant and pretty public ways and so far their grip on said power is only growing stronger


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 04:40 [Preview] No.51560 del
Blizzard's refund page conveniently not working for the last 2-3 days lmao

>>51558
she's been very popular on the old waifuist board for a while now. first time I see her here though


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>>51559
I can only reiterate my CCP comment.
They are still having to use most of their power in order to maintain power, and are required to maintain a high level of functional society to have that. They have not dominated to a point they don't have to worry about us.
Within the condition that they use all their power for that end, we can't fight back.


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 04:56 [Preview] No.51562 del
>>51561
that's all well and good but you're not nearly as excited as you should be about the new naomi shoot. It's only slightly less rare than a Jodelle selfie, and about on par with winning the lottery or being struck by lighting


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>>51562
I cover your flat Emma Dumont with a pair of new Jodelles.


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 05:01 [Preview] No.51564 del
>>51560
Very coincidental lol
Isn't she a bit old for them?

>>51559
Nice showing of the arm hair


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 05:47 [Preview] No.51565 del
>>51563
emma wishes she had this facial structure

>>51564
I don't think there's ever been any point where at least 2-3 grown up girls were being posted regularly over there. I think she's still a teenager or close enough to one though


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 06:25 [Preview] No.51567 del
Happy Valentines day to all my waifus. This could be us but you're outside of rifle range.

>>51565
She makes a good grown-up cover waifu


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 06:30 [Preview] No.51568 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=k-SlNSD101g [Embed] flawless combat roll technique. dude should've been a gymnast


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 06:34 [Preview] No.51569 del
the timing chain on the van is too loose. the engine runs but it's giving off a lot of white smoke and sounding weird. I didn't think it was possible for a METAL CHAIN to stretch out in a matter of a couple years but then again it was like five bucks


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 06:40 [Preview] No.51570 del
https://tawas-webpage.github.io/TawasPortal/ gee I wonder what cam and this 13yo girl have in common surely it couldn't be a certain disorder that starts with an A and ends with UTISM


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 06:46 [Preview] No.51571 del
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another one? this must be the epilogue where they settle down together and make beautiful interracial kids


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 06:59 [Preview] No.51573 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=Z9ZlS7i2Xvc [Embed]


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 08:05 [Preview] No.51574 del
>>51528
nice pics idk who that is but she looks great in that swimsuit

>You don't have to talk nice about capitalism just because of me, assuming you are.
oh no it wasn't because of you. I know you're a huge fan of Kamala Harris and that you're desperate to see her lead the USA towards a bright future where americans are truly equal


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 08:48 [Preview] No.51575 del
>>51551
>the guy in the black tee walking behind them was totally checking out Marina's legs lol. and who could blame him
That was me


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 08:58 [Preview] No.51576 del
>>51575
https://20buckspin.bandcamp.com/album/verses-in-oath have you heard this? it's getting rave reviews on metal websites but I really don't understand why. it sounds fairly generic and boring to me (if well produced and polished)


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 09:03 [Preview] No.51577 del
>>51558
>>laurendonzis
>Another nice find. I like the tongue pic. Booba looks pretty ample too.
>>51560
>she's been very popular on the old waifuist board for a while now. first time I see her here though
I just looked her up and she looked a bit weird when she was younger but in the last 1 year or so she became hot

>waifuist
I have not checked out that board in a while, I will do that now. Last time I went there they had some good content


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 09:13 [Preview] No.51578 del
>>51576
>https://20buckspin.bandcamp.com/album/verses-in-oath have you heard this? it's getting rave reviews on metal websites but I really don't understand why. it sounds fairly generic and boring to me (if well produced and polished)
I listened to two songs and I would agree, I don't like it that much. It's a weird mix of black metal, folk, ambient, and melodic. Boring is a good way to describe it. I can't really see what it wants to convey as a music. It lacks intensity for black metal and the vocals are not my taste either


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 09:17 [Preview] No.51579 del
Trying again to post this


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 09:43 [Preview] No.51580 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=PPukR7PI834 [Embed] I know you guys don't like to be reminded of the horrible, crippling, disgusting mental illness all of you have (not me though) but this is a relevant vid and touches on some of the things I've been talking about on here lately. I suggest skipping to 2 minutes in or so


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Just stole these from waifuist
They have a Xochi thread and an Ever thread


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 09:51 [Preview] No.51582 del
>>51581
yeah last time I was there there weren't many toddler lovers left anymore


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 10:02 [Preview] No.51583 del
>>51580
I don't know what this guy is trying to say, to me it seems like he is just "yapping". Is he really autistic when he can't even make a point 5 minutes into the video? An autistic person would just deliver the information that he wants to convey and not just talk for the sake of talking; in the sense he is not better than a normie. I had to turn the video off after 5 minutes because I am sure he would not say anything of value in the remaining 25 minutes
I don't even know if i have autism or not but I think I am on some kind of spectrum if that is even a real thing. I can only see that I am different than an average normie and that I have hyperfocus on certain things and autistic obsessions sometimes and have always had this since I was a child. I think that's not something normies have. I did autism tests and had higher scores which is probably due to me answering every question regarding social activities with "i am not interested in it". I also liked to play with LEGO when I was a child


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 10:09 [Preview] No.51584 del
I think I posted this a bunch of times before but I think there are two types of neurodivergent, or autistic types of people: the obsequious types who do well in school and the ones who dislike or distrust authority and will not do well because of it. The former become google, facebook employees and wear suits and so on and try to mold themselves into becoming as good of a normie as they can. They will do the bidding of the big tech and big pharma and so on and become their henchmen because they never learned to distrust authority because they just want to practicse their craft, earn money, earn normie points or earn the praise of their employer or their authority. And the latter become like Ted Kaczynski


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Or like William Sidis


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 10:18 [Preview] No.51586 del
>>51583
I didn't like how long winded he was either, but I think the general point he was trying to get at is that there is nothing that's even close to a cure for autism and that it's more of a tragedy than people realize. Everyone screams and shouts and calls for help when someone crashes their car at 30 km/h or hits their head against something hard, but nobody will ever stop to ponder what sort of suffering a person with autism could've gone through in their lives. I can relate to him when he talks about how he feels worn down by bad experiences, tired from exerting himself mentally, hopeless (at least in regards to finding your place in the world, not necessarily about all aspects of life)

>answering every question regarding social activities with "i am not interested in it"
it's no wonder that we get along well


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 10:34 [Preview] No.51587 del
>>51586
>I didn't like how long winded he was either, but I think the general point he was trying to get at is that there is nothing that's even close to a cure for autism and that it's more of a tragedy than people realize. Everyone screams and shouts and calls for help when someone crashes their car at 30 km/h or hits their head against something hard, but nobody will ever stop to ponder what sort of suffering a person with autism could've gone through in their lives. I can relate to him when he talks about how he feels worn down by bad experiences, tired from exerting himself mentally, hopeless (at least in regards to finding your place in the world, not necessarily about all aspects of life)
This is the type of talk that is pointless and a waste of time in my opinion. It does not matter how bad he thinks he has had it, as long as he just moves forward. Anything that has happened in the past is gone and is no longer revelant to his current state of being. If he is tired of dealing with normies, then he should just try to avoid normies. it's possible in the current times of the internet to cut down interaction with normies to almost zero. I am doing it every day

>>51586
>>answering every question regarding social activities with "i am not interested in it"
>it's no wonder that we get along well
For me I had a moment where I realized that the most fun or enjoyment or feeling of happiness was when I was alone and not with other people. I still had friends when I was younger and had some good times with them, but the biggest moments of joy were all in solitude just playing games or with LEGO or just fantasizing about making games and so on. I don't think you need other people to be happy. Because happiness comes from your inside and not from outside or from someone else. It's still your own happiness and not someone elses that arises, even if you are with people


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 11:00 [Preview] No.51588 del
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Some of these recent school shootings that involve trannies and "gender fluid" people and whatnot almost certainly involve autism as well. In fact I think it's surprising that there's not more of that stuff going on at this point. That sort of lash-out reaction happens when a person arrives at the conclusion that it's plainly impossible for them to share the same living space with a certain group (be it normies, slutty teenage girls, immigrants, the Jews). Given how common autism is nowadays and how hard it is for me to live among normies, I'm surprised autismos don't go on killing sprees more often

>>51587
>This is the type of talk that is pointless and a waste of time in my opinion. It does not matter how bad he thinks he has had it, as long as he just moves forward. Anything that has happened in the past is gone and is no longer revelant to his current state of being.
I'm gonna give your brain a figurative bump to see if I can shift your perspective. Have you ever considered the possibility that you're just naturally better at getting over things than other people are, and it has nothing to do with any sort of "enlightenment" or even just a purely intellectual realization? I keep saying this but if it was as easy as "just close your eyes nigga hahaha" surely I'd be in a better place now. Again I think you lack empathy and fail to understand why people may face the issues they face

>For me I had a moment where I realized that the most fun or enjoyment or feeling of happiness was when I was alone and not with other people. I still had friends when I was younger and had some good times with them, but the biggest moments of joy were all in solitude just playing games or with LEGO or just fantasizing about making games and so on. I don't think you need other people to be happy. Because happiness comes from your inside and not from outside or from someone else. It's still your own happiness and not someone elses that arises, even if you are with people
I can only speak for myself, but I only agree with this up to a certain degree. Most of the times I've felt happy I was all alone, so it'd be very dishonest of me to disagree with your general point. That said I do think it's possible to have very positive experiences if you manage to surround yourself with the right people (i.e. those that actually understand and appreciate you). Which, admittedly, is a very hard thing to do. Normies socialize so much because they're so similar, I think. If there were millions of people like me in every city you bet I'd be going clubbing every night. But clubs and the culture in general would also be different if that was the case lol


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>>51582
i gave that site a shot, saw that, and left ages ago
what changed?


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Morning.

>>51589
Now that is malinaposting.


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>>51588
Interesting thought. Trolling autists about how they make up 100% of school shooters may be fun.

>>51570
She has a spacehey and goofy youtube videos and drinks monster and dresses like a scene kid, she's perfect. Nice find.

>>51574
She's a random slavoid named Anna Grudina. She has some good pics I think, and she looks nice.
The Dem leadership is talking about retiring Biden after he "wins" and leting Camala fill the role. Surely it doesn't have anything to do with Biden being tentatave about helping Israel take over the world. Can't lie, if I was a retard nigger woman in the US I would be loving life.

>>51579
Whoa, thank you for your persistence.

>>51580
Outside of getting the gibes money I really don't understand the significance of getting diagnosed. Especially in the current year, the autism spectrum has grown so much that everyone is on it. imo autism has really become a girl's disease with how much autists complain about their feelings. Like boo hoo I have to find a parking spot and I'm expected to shake a person's hand sometimes and if I act like a retard like I want to people will judge me. Though I agree with him about society being alienating, and how nobody wants to hear anything negative. The normies are content and they don't want anything to change. Also he had a gf? Ok normie.

>>51583
What did you do with your LEGO as a kid? I almost never read the directions and just built whatever I felt like; usually retarded looking cars.


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 14:52 [Preview] No.51593 del
>>51591
I think I've seen that cap before but it's a good one no matter. That last ">" is a better description of what I was thinking about that autist guy; constantly being self conscious instead of paying attention to his environment, to society.
And good morning


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 16:12 [Preview] No.51594 del
>Order a "kit" for installing disc brakes on my car
>Pick the one that fits my year/make/model
>The brackets don't fit the axle
>My axle housing is a carry-over from the previous production year and has different sized ends
>Look through the catalog of kids and they don't sell any arrangement of parts that would have ever fit
Once again, the game was rigged from the start

>>51573
Nice song. Cool video too.
Is it the Argie accent that makes them pronounce "this way" as "theeeees weeee"?

>>51569
>five bucks
Ah man. Though even quality ones stretch a bit (1 or 2 degrees on a very short american v8 size chain).
I pray for your valvetrain hombre


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 16:14 [Preview] No.51595 del
>catalog of kids
it's over for me


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>>51531
I wish we had free market capitalism, I miss it.


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>>51596
Did you live in a capitalism country at one point?


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India in some Kpop videoclip.
https://youtube.com/watch?v=srH63CP-7ZA [Embed]


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2 years or less for full movie A.I generation, 4 for Matrix VR immersion.
https://openai.com/sora


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 19:33 [Preview] No.51601 del
>Brave auto-updates
>all the buttons and tab icons have rounded edges now, so I can't just run my cursor along the top of the screen or put it to the top left corner to click a tab as there's all kinds of dead space there now
Fucking chrome trannies. Sorry for complaining so much but it's so easy.

>>51598
>>51600
Nice pics


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>>51601
You definitely sound like a little girl with how much you complain


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 19:47 [Preview] No.51603 del
I started out thinking I could just have a simple blog, now I am in the process of making a whole blog system from scratch. And by from scratch I mean steal other people's code and stitch it together


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 19:57 [Preview] No.51604 del
>>51588
>I'm gonna give your brain a figurative bump to see if I can shift your perspective. Have you ever considered the possibility that you're just naturally better at getting over things than other people are, and it has nothing to do with any sort of "enlightenment" or even just a purely intellectual realization? I keep saying this but if it was as easy as "just close your eyes nigga hahaha" surely I'd be in a better place now. Again I think you lack empathy and fail to understand why people may face the issues they face
I told you this already a couple of days ago. It was not a spontaneous realization for me, it took me a really long time and a lot of undoing of belief systems. I don't think I am "naturally" better at getting over things. I used to be really bad at it. That is also why I can relate to what you are saying, because that used to be me 5-8 years ago. I am just saying it's possible but it requires some work. I think what I did was the same or something similar as what Doc posted about

>>51592
>What did you do with your LEGO as a kid? I almost never read the directions and just built whatever I felt like; usually retarded looking cars.
I liked to build fortresses


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 20:17 [Preview] No.51606 del
By the way I think Alex may be a mouthbreather. She always has her mouth open in her youtube vids

>>51591
This part about subservience is what I meant too above regarding autism and the two different types


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 20:31 [Preview] No.51607 del
>>51603
stacksteal

>>51604
No I remember that. But if you did eventually find a way around that problem and I still haven't why do you think that is? I know determinism can sound like a low IQ easy way out that explains it all but honestly my first guess is that you're just better prepared to deal with that stuff than I am and it's not thanks to any particular conscious effort but rather to something about your nature


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 20:34 [Preview] No.51608 del
It's essentially the same idea as the theoretical lack of breakfast question. How come some people can't do it? How come some score 80 on an IQ test and some score 150? Is it because they just haven't read enough about breakfasts and IQ tests?


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 20:55 [Preview] No.51609 del
>>51607
>No I remember that. But if you did eventually find a way around that problem and I still haven't why do you think that is?
As I said it took me 30 years or so to figure it out.
Who is to say you are not close to finding what can help you or have already made progress. At least it seems like you are concerned with it which means, it's something that will continue working in the back of your mind. As long as that is running as a background process you should be able to find it and overcome it sooner or later.
What helped me was to realize that I believed certain things should be a certain way, and as soon as I removed these belief systems everything became easier. If you don't do this then you live in resistance to life and life is hard


Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 21:02 [Preview] No.51610 del
Things like how the world is unfair, cruel and violent. People are egotistic and dumb. They will betray you and fuck you over. It is just how life is.
if you believe that life should not be like this then life becomes difficult


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Anonymous 02/15/2024 (Thu) 23:38 [Preview] No.51613 del
>>51606
To be fair she does look hot with her mouth slightly open.

>>51604
>fortresses
Neat. Did you ever get those sets that had the medieval castle looking guard towers? I vaguely remember seeing those.

>>51602
Well it's not my fault bad things keep happening to me. I just got back from cleaning up the latest mess, I will never out-repair the erosion of everything around me.

>>51611
Very Sorayama


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Ass Windows.


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>>51615
I'm surprised they didn't steam up


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>>51616
More hyped for the Barbarella Sydney Sweeney is making. Hopefully they put lots of actual sex scenes instead of cheeky erotica like the original.


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>>51617
Now THAT sounds like kino
Bless Sydney


Anonymous 02/16/2024 (Fri) 02:33 [Preview] No.51619 del
I sent a meme to Autumn and she liked it. Maybe I'm gonna make it.


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>Simply put, the theory of the double empathy problem suggests that when people with very different experiences of the world interact with one another, they will struggle to empathise with each other. This is likely to be exacerbated through differences in language use and comprehension. I first started to publish theoretical accounts of this issue in the early 2010s, yet similar ideas can be found in the work of Luke Beardon regarding ‘cross-neurological theory of mind’ and in that of the philosopher Ian Hacking.

MOM LUKE AND IAN ARE STEALING MY RESEARCH AGAIN


Anonymous 02/16/2024 (Fri) 06:06 [Preview] No.51621 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=ppNmhShekXs [Embed]
iktf
Also I'm convinced that this channel is totally fake and a psyop directed at nostalgic dorks (me). Just look at all the comments, every one of them is like "lol this is straight out of 2009". Too obvious.

>>51620
hehehe


Anonymous 02/16/2024 (Fri) 06:09 [Preview] No.51622 del
>This website deletes the start time suffix off the normal URLs as well
Oh gee thanks. Skip to 2:36


Anonymous 02/16/2024 (Fri) 06:22 [Preview] No.51623 del
I don't understand why so many websites utilize google recaptcha. It wouldn't be that hard to make your own captcha


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>>51613
>Neat. Did you ever get those sets that had the medieval castle looking guard towers? I vaguely remember seeing those.
I know what you mean but I don't remember if I had those. But I did have this underwater fortress base

>>51621
>Also I'm convinced that this channel is totally fake and a psyop directed at nostalgic dorks (me). Just look at all the comments, every one of them is like "lol this is straight out of 2009". Too obvious.
Reminds me of this girl. Maybe the same psyop
https://youtube.com/watch?v=wC45tnakHOU [Embed]


Anonymous 02/16/2024 (Fri) 07:13 [Preview] No.51625 del
>>51620
No one can even begin to understand CC's suffering. it is uncomprehensible for us normies who have had it much easier compared to him. He should just lay down and die and wait until it's all over because there is nothing he can do to change his fate or himself. It was simply not meant to be. God simply hates him. His obstacles are unsurmountable because of how hard of a life he has had. There is nothing he can do about it because fate didn't want him to succeed
This is what you want to hear, right


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>>51619
What did you send her?

>>51617
>More hyped for the Barbarella Sydney Sweeney is making. Hopefully they put lots of actual sex scenes instead of cheeky erotica like the original.
"Sydney Sweeney refuses to stop doing nudity" or something was one headline I remember


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>>51629
Caucasus is a nice place.


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>>51621
lmao me with tea as well. best things about winter are

>it's cold
>you can drink tea because it's cold

>Also I'm convinced that this channel is totally fake and a psyop directed at nostalgic dorks (me)
does it need to be a malicious psyop? I just assumed it was her aesthetic. she walks around with that hairdo every day so I don't think she's doing it just to pander, she must be into that herself

>>51625
idk man at this point it sounds more like you're the one who wants a safe space not me. you get too mad over my posts. just like there is a "paradox of tolerance" there should be a "paradox of whining". in fact I should publish a paper on that before someone steals it from me


Anonymous 02/16/2024 (Fri) 09:36 [Preview] No.51633 del
>>51632
I think these types of artsy high effort atmospheric ASMR videos do a great job of making women interesting beyond their basic sex appeal, which is something we've been seeing less and less of lately, as Doc observed not too long ago


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When I say something like "not too long ago" it means that I have absolutely no clue whether the event in question happened two weeks ago, two months ago or two years ago


Anonymous 02/16/2024 (Fri) 09:41 [Preview] No.51635 del
>>51633
Roleplays are horrible for ASMR. Originally the intention was to imitate the unintentional triggering of the reaction by recreating the scenes that these might happen. Which is awful in itself. Then these abomination cosplays arose.


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I'm almost certain that it was one of the first two options though


Anonymous 02/16/2024 (Fri) 09:43 [Preview] No.51637 del
>>51635
Maybe I'd agree with you if I could still get ASMR from videos, but that's not the case anymore sadly. So if I find it relaxing that's good enough for me, and I do find plenty of elaborate roleplays relaxing


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you guys are HOSTILE tonight jesus CHRIST I'm supposed to be the bitter one around here


Anonymous 02/16/2024 (Fri) 09:47 [Preview] No.51639 del
>>51637
ASMR != relaxing, relaxation
Mislabeling the subject.
>if I could still get ASMR
Stop watching them for a while (like for a week), and then try fast aggressive ASMR which just making noises (tapping, scratching; but definitely not fast aggressive makeup application...)
Now this could be problematic for geographical reasons, but try to do this in a relatively cool room. For me this is about 19-18C.


Anonymous 02/16/2024 (Fri) 09:49 [Preview] No.51640 del
>>51638
>FUCKING HOSTILE
https://invidious.protokolla.fi/watch?v=ofsJRWbi3Kg
https://youtube.com/watch?v=ofsJRWbi3Kg [Embed]


Anonymous 02/16/2024 (Fri) 09:57 [Preview] No.51641 del
>>51639
I did try to "detox" like that a couple times but it didn't work at all for some reason. however I can still feel some weak tingles IRL with the right triggers so that's good.

>but try to do this in a relatively cool room. For me this is about 19-18C.
that's an interesting insight. Now that you bring up temperature, I don't think I ever felt ASMR (whether triggered by irl triggers or by videos) when I was feeling uncomfortable due to heat. I think you also need to be in a more or less relaxed state of mind to begin with. I don't think you can get ASMR if you're actively angry, worried, sad, etc

>>51640
I don't usually follow medical advice in regards to stimulation and sleep but it's almost 7 AM, I think I'll listen tomorrow. I'm not familiar with this song. Well I'm not familiar with 95% of Pantera's repertoire tbh


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>>51641
Pay a ho to trace gently your back. It should be cheaper than a bj.


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>>51642
That definitely sounds like a good time. But I'm too socially inept to pull that off I think. I like the sounds of young women smoking in a quiet room and also when they speak softly (not quite a forced whisper, just when their voice comes out very quiet in a natural way). A combination of the two is deadly, it's one of the few things that still triggers ASMR for me


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Anonymous 02/16/2024 (Fri) 15:02 [Preview] No.51646 del
Had a somewhat coherent dream where Xochitl and I were living together. The area was like a rural town with stone roads and walls, and it was very foggy but comfy fog not spooky fog. Also Xoch put 4 or 5 containers full of this weird plant liquid in our refrigerator for some reason. It looked like water with white rice and cilantro floating in it.

>>51623
I think it's just easier for most business type websites to outsource.

>>51624
Is that girl confirmed a psyop?
>The underwater base
Cool. I think that one and the Arctic/snow base were the ones I wanted the most. They had cool vehicles.

>>51626
Sydney putting Hollywood on her naked shoulders.
I sent her this. She likes SpongeBob and she's an artist so it seemed like a good fit.
https://www.instagram.com/leonardo_ugolini_artist/reel/C3Vo4Ldrx8d/

>>51631
I doubt it's malicious, but to me all that lie-by-omission stuff feels malicious. I want to know the ugly truth. Show me who is buying her the cans of Monster Ultra Gold.
Do you have any cold drinks you enjoy in the summer?

>>51645
Gm
Funny vid


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>>51623
Nice Emma btw

>>51635
For me roleplays are pretty good because I only get asmr from voice, and it has to be natural-ish, repeating trigger words doesn't seem to work well.

>>51634
Dat belly


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