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 No.465[Reply]

I'll start.
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 No.467

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Coming through!

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>>467
it looks like a blimp

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Finnish Spitz, Finland's national dog breed.

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>>467
Birds are so cool.

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 No.3612

Boogie Belgique are brilliant, warm and fuzzy nostalgia for the upcoming summer days.

 No.3644

Neo-psychedelia from the cure wannabe act "The Horrors"

 No.3645

There's a very strange Duvet - Bôa remix starting 15 minutes in

 No.3682

>>2078
This is really good anon, i found that the more obscure you go with BM the better it gets.

 No.3686

>>1706

Thank you for sharing this it is beautiful.



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 No.1619[Reply]

I have a suspicion that you are all older people and would be surprised to find someone under 30 here, meaning people who can in some way influence this or any future decades culture.
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 No.3561

Another 20 year old hear. I suspect a lot of the younger people on sites like this are refugees from big tech, I am.

 No.3599

>>1619
25. Getting up through my 20s but technically under 30.

 No.3601

I'm 18. going to college in a few months. What was college like for you lainons? I'm personally hoping to learn lots and make lots, if all goes well

 No.3630

I am 32 and reccon I am probably one of the oldest fags here.

 No.3685

the older the better honestly



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 No.1363[Reply]

Hi internet /

 No.1397

good evening internet

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Mornin'

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Aye, a very late good evening from the tired UK.

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starting to get tired myself

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SKREEEEEE



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 No.2585[Reply]

What are you dreaming about? Do you believe that they have a meaning?
Maybe someone knows how to lucid dream?
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Not too long ago, my dreams were very unexceptional, but I'm no sure what happened within me, or around me that changed the way I dream. Anyone had any experience this?
My dreams are not premonitions per se, but I've been having more deja-vus than before, there's also the fact that I've been dreaming of things about to happen, but not in a clear way, more in a cryptic way of thought. Recently me and my friends had an incident of getting bewitched/charmed by someone else (in a bad way), and I had a very particular dream about this, as in successfully avoiding everything that was thrown at me.

 No.3597

I dreamed about reading some manual page which after waking up I found out was https://www.openbsd.org/faq/faq14.html#MountImage

too much computer…

 No.3635

Dreamt that I woke up and there was some huge insect on my lamp, only to actually wake up and realize that didn't even look my actual lamp at all.

 No.3668

>>2585
I dream about hot milfs

 No.3684

The prime minister moved in to a nearby plot and the secret services did not want people to see him so they covered the whole plot in aluminium foil like you would cover a plate of leftovers.



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 No.110[Reply]

Why are Psychedelics the key to understanding the Universe.
Why are you affraid to take them?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSCKcAtc29s
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 No.140

>>138
the underlying causes are societal, practically untouchable outside of smaller circles and in-groups. what more can you ask than to cope with what you're given? are you to suffer the headache, or do you take the advil and make the pain go away?
not all drugs make your life shorter, it's just like food. i'm sure that if your life is pain you aren't exactly clamoring for the next hour with excitement.
again, it is a sociological thing. i didn't intend to make this about me or anything, i am just stating the position and justification of the less fortunate. i can try and "change the world" all i want, but that takes time and energy and capital. i'm just trying to enjoy what i already have.
that might sound kind of doomery but i at least am doing pretty well at the moment, so no big issue.

 No.141

>>140
Nothing can be changed excepy ourselves.

And that does take time energy and capital.
So does getting high in the bushes.

As i stated if the alternative is to bungee without the cord then yea doit, i guess anything is doable at that point coke and hookers all the way.Lots of people love alchohol. If its just to keep going anything goes. But is that worth it? I mean in comparison? Chasing the dragon is all cool and dandy but what happens when you reach it? What happens in your 50s?

Society is fucked yes, so what?

What about cambodia or rwanda?
What about that kid in college in brazil? Should he get on the crime life that surrounds him? Should compton crips kill each other? Should teen moms sell themselves in exchange for money since their parents kicked them out?

I am well aware of what would lead people do what they do, my question is why this instead of the million other options?

Does one thing justify the other? And if so why wouldnt the other way apply as well?

 No.143

>>118
>it's not being high, it's a complete disappearance of all of your habits and prejudices which makes it possible to see everything from the perspective of someone who see's it for the first time.

Sounds a lot like suicide

 No.144

>>143
Maybe if you believe in reincarnation.

 No.145

>>144
Ego suicide



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 No.65[Reply]

hey wirechan, does someone here like underground cinema? ( i refer to movies like gummo, tetsuo the iron man, PINOCCHIO964, and things like that
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9_RG_e5PFQ

the fbi nigga looks like cowboy bebop

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Some things you might like (some you've probably seen):


The Seventh Continent
La Moustache
The Machinist
Memento
Streetwise
Caligula
Kids
Spun
The Andromeda Strain
Chungking Express, Fallen Angels (1995)
Eyes without a Face
Men Behind the Sun
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>>99

also The Exterminating Angel

 No.118

>>99
interesting, i'm no longer into underground cinema like i used to be but i will check out the ones i didn't see on that list

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I think this is one of the last movies filmed in the style of old American indie by someone who lived through it and was involved with it.



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 No.119[Reply]

Have any of you ever done any urban exploring? what kind of places have you gone? what was it like?
when i was younger, wanted to camp out underground near this creek where i live, connected to a kind of sewer/open air waterway system. i even bought the boots for it before one day when i was walking and i looked inside a manhole cover and saw a wall covered in cockroaches. i could still totally go back and at least hang around the entrance which i know is fine (if only diseased with god knows what) but i would have to get a friend to help me in and out of it.
some real explorations i've done have been of various forgotten schools me and my friends found. there was even an area full of pills in one dark room of the cafeteria. it's something i've always found extremely interesting. i've even thought about camping out in places, but i have yet to do so.
pic related, is very similar to the place near me, but without the maybe 2-10 inches of water.

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Hello!
I've been wanting to do urban exploring for a while now, but unfortunately I live in a very big city, so it's kinda hard to find run down places that aren't dangerous or constantly checked by the police.
But I recently (around a year ago) went to a small community where I used to live, and found many houses to be completely abandoned, they had a very eerie vibe to them, will post some pictures…
Unfortunately I think this is as far as I can "explore", considering it's a gated community (so it's kinda hard to get in), and the city in which I live in. And I wish something spooky had happened because it's the perfect setting for an "innawoods" type of greentext.
That place you mention looks really good for exploring, you may not find much, but at least some spooky drawings or dead animal body for sure…

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Foreword: these aren't interesting.

Me and a friend broke into an abandoned insane asylum attached to a veteran's hospital 3 years ago, one of the hallways lead to it contrasting the maintained and deteriorating halves, that was rumored to have conducted experiments on soldiers and was generally agreed upon to be haunted. The first time I entered the premises I heard a shrill sorrowful scream, which my friend didn't hear from short distance from the entrance, from the opposite end of the campus and because a police car was stationed in front of the asylum we would return another night. The asylum is well-known and rumored about because of it being a popular Generation X hangout where people threw parties when they were in their youths. There was only one way in it, a window up stained marble stairs above the ground level, that was too old and small to bother locking up. There was an elevator shaft thick with dust and the flashlight we had wasn't strong enough to penetrate it. Curiously in the display cases showed events and dates for after the hospital closed and my friend is someone who's facts should be taken with grains of salt. Exploring more of the 'pital exiting the bathroom and looking into some procedure rooms we hard a sinister exhale in which we looked at each other and decided to not risk a great story or soul imprisonment. The bottom floor didn't have anything of note, just old boxes and emptied office cabinets. Outside the police car returned and we waited it out for 10 minutes before it and we left.

A few days later we went to a cemetery that was definitely haunted where my friend encountered some cryptid demon animal that yipped and yowled like a fox or small dog and a statue that moved. The Uber driver was an Aryan Afghan man who talked to us about djinns on the drive there. The most interesting thing I saw was a hole in the brick wall with bricks outside of the cemetery meaning something busted out from it. We didn't encounter anything spooky, we spit on jewish graves and I drew a penis and swastikas on the entrance to them with spray paint. My friend then suddenly had to shit their pants and the only thing stopping them was clutching onto the cross and the feeling subsided when we left but I think that retard was just nervous about the naughty thing we did. Next to the cemetery is an abandoned small amusement park where friend saw a scarecrow staring at her but again I took it with a grain of salt.

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 No.176[Reply]

The certificate on mebious is fucked
https://mebious.wirechan.org/
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>>195
Honestly not sure why that happened, but its back up.

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Are these copyright messages intentional? Looks like this is how ^ appears in this font.

 No.201

>>199
Nope, but what a shitty font, I'll have to remove it :/

 No.202

> ActiveRecord::StatementInvalid at /posts
> SQLite3::ReadOnlyException: attempt to write a readonly database
This is what I get now when I try to post.

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>>202
Fixed, forgot something when starting it up.



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 No.341[Reply]

Post comfy musak.
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>>493
This is pretty nice.

 No.496

Flaming lips are a life-affirming band.

 No.497

how's this for comfy

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>>341
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qc9jp4iTu0M
I feel like this song might make some sad, but I find it very comforting



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 No.3618[Reply]

I love rats. This is a thread to post your favourite rats. Mice and [Non-sexualized] anime rat-girls will also be accepted.
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>>3623
They're not super common, but they're out there… somewhere
>>3624
I'm looking mostly for rats and mice, but other rodentia are welcomed and respected
>>3625
I keep forgetting she's actually a mouse, I'm so used to the
>post this rat
memes that I forget

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>>3627
>Friendship is possible with mice.
Yes

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>>3678
I want to be friends with Nazrin!



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 No.3636[Reply]

Have any of you ever spent so much time with fundamentalists that you started thinking characters from the Bible decided to read the Bible itself to figure out what they had to do next? FUCK THE RECURSIVE BIBLE! Also, days were less than 24 hours long in the distant past, "red" was sometimes used in the Bible to describe brown objects, and most Bible-thumpers might secretly be porn addicts.
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>>3636
It is actually a good book

 No.3669

>>3636
the bible is actually a not bad book. i like the jesus parts the most, so i might be a bit pick-and-choosey, but you can still find it interesting without the dogmatic baggage

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>>3669

Hello , the top headline today is that archaeologists near Mount Rushmore have discovered what is believed to be a missing page from the bible.
The page is presently being dated, if genuine, it’s from the beginning of the bible, and reads……

”to my darling candy,
All characters portrayed within this book are fictitious, any resemblance to persons living or dead is purely incidental.”

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>>3670
Is that from the Mormon Bible or why is it from Mount Rushmore of all places?

 No.3681

>>3636
you already posted this on another chan.
>>3637
he already posted this on late.city and probably some other chans.

>>3669
>the bible is actually a not bad book.
this statement especially shines trough with certain verses/chapters and theirs Revelations i guess if you're into metaphysical accelerationism.



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 No.3409[Reply]

So, what are your thoughts on everything that's happening between 'em.
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 No.3665

>>3664
This person say's "my post" but didn't make the post being replied to. Ignore.

 No.3666

>>3662
Point taken, and it's definitely true. I said I don't trust, but it's more accurate to say I seek not to rely trust, and try to let it build up slowly and be lost easily. Matt Christensen is somebody I'd say has a large reserve of trust, as I've followed him for a long time and he has avoided any catastrophic blunders (as far as I know) for as long as I've followed him, and also he defaults to principles rather than pragmatism, which makes it easy to parse his biases. But as you pointed out, ultimately the information will come from someone (and because of tier advantage in resources, probably mainstream media). So I have to either listen to the original breaker of news; do my own research, which is incredibly time consuming and often impossible; or go to someone else who has taken the time to do the research and listen to them.
I'm definitely closer to "I don't trust anything the media says" then not; in fact that is literally my position on the Russia/Ukraine war. But the war is far away from an American like me, and for now at least I can watch the Europeans kill each other at no risk, and so I don't take any side on the issue. But when it's about American politics I feel I must take a position, and so I must learn what's going on.
Honestly, it's so exhausting sifting through media that I have to have a few sources that I can just go to to get news, and not consider over much what they say, but it's so hard to find anyone worthy of this. People like Tim Pool and Phillip DeFranco, who bill themselves as just the facts reporters I've found to be some of the worst people to listen to, as they inevitably do add their opinion in, but disguise it as fact. And so I've developed this super cynical way of consuming news where I need the person to out and out come to a conclusion, so I can judge them for it. Because everyone who makes a living talking about anything has an opinion on said thing, so if they don't make it know I assume they're putting it it their reporting anyways, but being dishonest about it.
Perhaps because of this exhaustion I've developed a deep respect for neutrality and people who keep their political opinions to themselves. The last thing I want to know when I give someone online my attention (or meet someone in the meatspace) is their politics, If someone tells me they don't vote my opinion of them raises sharply.
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>>3666
>>3665
Its pasta you retards

 No.3677

nazi ukiebros > soviet scum
seeth cope, cope seeth

 No.3679

>>3664
mmmmm linguini



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 No.478[Reply]

Nice website guys!

 No.479

Nice thread Lightning-chan!

 No.480

idk buh it doesnt look extremely active

 No.481

Yup

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>>480

It's almost too active, I'd say.

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>>482
Agreed



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 No.818[Reply]

Is this true, was it really much more fun to use computers back in the days of mainframes?
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 No.870

>>841
off the meds again

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>>870
lol your name is fitting

 No.872

>>839
I have a similar experience when discussing ideas. In the tech world it seems to be the goal of others to break the idea down as far as they can, maybe to seem smarter? Or they just genuinely don't think of the applications. I talked with a friend years ago about the iMacs that stand right up, how instead of needing to remove the screen to access the main board they should have designed it too slide out like one large card. He tried to associate this thought with a Nintendo Switch, his plan being that because he associated it with a Nintendo Switch he could discredit the idea as being dumb and childish, I really don't understand his thought process beyond that. It was annoying.

 No.873

>>839
Can relate. Have interacted with certain types who suffer from that mindset and can end up shooting the messenger with unintentional friendly fire if presented with an idea that doesn't fit in nicely with their preconceived notions and of course autism is a thing.
>>872
>the iMacs that stand right up
Ugh… I've had to repair a few of those and like a lot of Apple gear they can be annoying to work with. Would have preferred access from the back panel, but would have settled for a main board sliding out. It's not like it would be impossible to implement a feature like that if done well. That even sounds like something Apple would have considered, since they have a certain way of building things because reasons. Wouldn't be surprised if there was some mid level engineer at the fruit factory that's still pissed off to this day because such a proposal was dismissed.

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>>841
I feel exactly the same way, but I think what you said about the dissolution of family could be applied to communities too, a collection of people where every one is important to the whole someway or another. I've never felt like I belonged anywhere but in my clique of close friends ever since I was in high school, and most people now cling to groups so large that they really have no meaning in them or online "communities" where they are only bound together by some common interest.

Although I guess I might just be a schizoid who, after lurking on image boards like this for 7 years, hasn't posted a single thing. I have always considered myself to be an autodidact instead of socially awkward though. Mostly due to the fact that I do have my 'tribe' in real life. My close friends are a good way for me to share and flesh out my ideas, but they don't engage with me out of compassion, but interest in said topics and trust that we won't just call each other gay and end discussion there.

My 'tribe' I found to be the only outlet left to "forge yourself" guess having like minded friends in real life keeps me from posting on sites like these, where people like us, who are influenced by not exposing ourselves, are forced to learn on their own.
That being said these friends can only get me so far so I often do find myself having to develop my ideas by myself.

Despite everything you said about the thing you think is missing, I say that a real outlet to help define yourself does exist, granted that you may never be able to find it. Gather yourself some like minded people in the real world THEN you can chat with them online. That's the only way I've been able to start and maintain an online relationship of any sort. Put yourself into a program or go to some place regularly where you're forced to be around people and I'm sure you'll be able to find the people you're looking for.

Best of luck,
Anon



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