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John Smith ## Admin ## 13/03/17(Sun)06:48 No. 39798 [Reply] [Last 50 posts] Stickied
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Dear John,

I have come to visit you for the first time in quite a while, and I must say that your board is dreadfully boring.
Now I know you may see this as a compliment, but I assure you that it is not. This was once a source of pride for me - conversations were held on many topics and the superiority of Pepsi-Cola was never in question. It seems that through the years you have all forgotten the statement of this board: Every conversation is uninteresting.
This does not mean that only excessively droll conversation is allowed. You may talk about anything, especially topics that may not be suited for other boards.

Why am I telling you this, John?
I fear the trends over that past year have created a circlejerk in shades of gray; every man stroking unenthusiastically and not a single climax reached. The board approaches an insipid singularity and the userbase stagnates and shrinks.

What do I feel I can do to halt this monotony?
Remove this monochrome veil.
Turn off the elevator's wail.
Take back your own names.
Move from completely uninteresting to mild interest.

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John Smith 14/03/29(Sat)07:32 No. 42851

>>42850
Incorrect. You are not scatman. You are John. John Smith. This is because you are on eh now.

And I'll thank you to refrain from shitting up our board.




John Smith ## Mod ## 12/11/23(Fri)22:44 No. 38299 [Reply] Locked Stickied
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Welcome to /eh/

Where everything is just... eh...

/eh/ is not for crying, /rnb/ is for crying.


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John Smith ## Mod ## 12/11/23(Fri)22:46 No. 38300
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The music is from the Tenpenny Tower lobby in Fallout 3.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFJKlwiYhnU




John Smith 14/03/21(Fri)02:25 No. 42797 [Reply]
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I heard a joke today.


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John Smith 14/04/17(Thu)02:27 No. 42935

What do moles and eagles have in common? They both live underground, except for the eagle.


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John Smith 14/04/18(Fri)09:59 No. 42937
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>>42935
mmmm... yes.

That really is quite the cracking witticism, Jonseigneur.
I have committed it to memory, and if I ever figure out how to properly use my memory, will deploy it with the yield mass of a thousand Tsar Bombas, I fully expect.


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John Smith 14/04/18(Fri)16:37 No. 42940

>>42937
A detonated Tsar Bomb is a terrifying thought.




John Smith 13/08/17(Sat)08:06 No. 41118 [Reply]
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So John, hows the weather been?


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John Smith 14/04/13(Sun)01:38 No. 42929

The snow has almost melted. It's a balmy 14C, not that I go outside anyway.


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John Smith 14/04/13(Sun)15:56 No. 42930
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Our great popsicle is melting.
It'll be a Great Lake again soon.


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John Smith 14/04/18(Fri)10:01 No. 42938
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>>42930
Like this.




John Smith 14/04/11(Fri)04:48 No. 42921 [Reply]
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Good morning John. Today I decided to get my day off to a good start with a nice, health glass of vitamin C rich orange juice. It tasted alright, but the strong citrus flavor was a little rough on the taste buds. After sipping on it for a while, though, I got used to the flavor. So what about you, John? What kind of drinks do you like to start your day with?


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John Smith 14/04/16(Wed)22:39 No. 42933

It depends on what I'm eating for breakfast, really. For most morning food a cup of apple juice will suffice. Meals involving bread, however, things such as sandwiches or bagels, are usually taken down with a nearly-topped mug of milk.


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John Smith 14/04/17(Thu)02:13 No. 42934

I tend to start my day off with a nice cup of green tea, unsweetened of course. I would originally have plain old tea, milk and two sugars. Fairly standard fair. However, last year I discovered the joys of iced tea, and since then I've never been able to add milk to any hot drink. I find it ruins the flavour.


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John Smith 14/04/17(Thu)17:47 No. 42936
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i like having a glass of chilled water. when i'm feeling adventurous, i add a few drops of cordial.




John Smith 14/04/05(Sat)04:54 No. 42888 [Reply]
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All your memories are so distant to you right now, very few can you recall with any real detail. Really, no more than some of your most vivid dreams. I've come to the conclusion that to die is to simply wake up in another reality or dream, our dreams are as real as our waking life. You die in your dreams and when you die in waking life, you'll simply be waking up from a dream, somewhere else... maybe it's all been an entire long dream of an inescapable existence. This life must be just drawn out more relative to the others. Anyways, have you ever thought something like this?


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John Smith 14/04/08(Tue)13:29 No. 42908

I believe there's a philosophical term for this realization...


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John Smith 14/04/08(Tue)17:09 No. 42910

That's definitely more comforting than the depressing shit I've been thinking lately, and isn't being comfortable really the most important thing?


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John Smith 14/04/11(Fri)06:16 No. 42927

>>42910
if by comfortable, you mean to bypass unnecessary stress, then yes John, I believe so




John Smith 14/04/08(Tue)17:07 No. 42909 [Reply]
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So John, the other day I had a Five Hour Energy for the first time. I honestly didn't feel a thing, although the buzz I had going might explain that. What energy supplements work better, John?


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John Smith 14/04/09(Wed)11:34 No. 42917

An apple in the morning wakes me up.


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John Smith 14/04/09(Wed)17:10 No. 42918

a healthy diet and regular exercise


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John Smith 14/04/09(Wed)19:18 No. 42919

Meditation is my preferred method of staying alert throughout the day. Once in the morning and once at before going to bed. Possibly squeezing in a session during the day if there is time.
It's quite fascinating to notice how much breathing affects our ability to focus, our energy and overall health. I've been a shallow breather all of my life and now I try my best at breathing correctly. It helps me in many ways.
One interesting excercise I'd like to share is a form of the Valsalva maneuver.
You take in a deep breath and try to pull in the air first with your stomach, then chest and finally up to your collarbones (this is called a complete breath). Pull your shoulders back and down, noticing how your upper ab muscles tense up a bit. Hold your breath for a comfortable duration and breathe out (slowly or fast, whichever feels the best).
It can be quite intense and if you perform it do it under secure conditions. It can be done while sitting, laying or standing (which I find most effective but also most risky since you can faint if you're not careful).
I find that when doing this excercise I gain clarity and a good, energetic feeling in the body.




John Smith 14/03/13(Thu)22:16 No. 42747 [Reply]
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Hello John.
What do you think about the fate of reading on this world? From what I see around me, less and less people enjoy or pertain to this amazing activity.


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John Smith 14/04/06(Sun)22:12 No. 42899

John, I think in terms of long term. Humans will evolve into 2 subspecies and long story short, only one of those species will be reading.


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John Smith 14/04/08(Tue)13:24 No. 42906

>>42899
Could you expand on that for us, John? What would those two subspecies look like specifically?


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John Smith 14/04/08(Tue)22:20 No. 42914

>>42899
I do wonder if that's a work-in-progress, johnsred.

There's the anti-education, pro-religious selection sets, where the dumbest christfags, mormons, & mudslimes who favor the brain physiology utilized in those ends, are primarily only breeding with other of the same, preferring and guaranteeing a distinct lineage of superstitious, tribal, aggressive, xenophobic, nationalistic people. Much like the dumb Africans that stayed behind in Africa when the great migration happened. They stayed dumb, were left in the dust, and suffered for it greatly when the wanderers came back having innovated, and bought & sold them as the niggers of the world.

But a simpler divide, which originally was purely geographical, which we now call "racial", creates a definite distinction. Even if 50%, hell, even if 75% of people would interbreed outside their ancestral geographic in-group, as long as there remains people who continue to select those with exaggerated desirable traits traditional to their culture, we're going to continue to see some highly differentiated lineages on the extremes. Culturally, there'll be less differentiation though, as cultures homogenize out, to shit.




John Smith 14/04/01(Tue)10:57 No. 42875 [Reply]
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usually,when putting a jacket on, i will put my right arm through the jacket first. but today, i put my left arm through first. total game changer.


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John Smith 14/04/04(Fri)22:26 No. 42887

>>42875

For as long as I can remember I have always put on jackets by first holding the jacket open in front of me, then I put one arm (I actually am not sure which) in across my body into the correct hole an the other arm goes into the other hole so my arms are crossed. Then I lift the whole thing up over my head spinning it uncrossing my arms and letting the arm holes fall down over my arms.

It sounds complicated but I do it all in one smooth motion that takes maybe a little less than a second. I can't even tell you which hand does what, but it's pretty cool.


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John Smith 14/04/05(Sat)14:16 No. 42894

I put them on in a sort of strange way one day sort of out of the blue, and now do it that way everytime. It's kind of inverted, like a twist around one arm and a flip up over the top... kinda odd, but it feels alright and lays flat every time.


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John Smith 14/04/08(Tue)17:16 No. 42912

The thing is, I prefer zip-up hoodies, and whenever I put one of those on I always put the hood on first and then slide my arms in. It just feels faster, but I don't really know if it is or not.




John Smith 14/03/03(Mon)12:03 No. 42645 [Reply]
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John, have you aver written a letter?


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John Smith 14/04/07(Mon)05:46 No. 42903
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I have written post cards and letters from camp when I was young. However as a professional I exclusively communicate information that would be fit for a letter in email. I often try to keep these communications close to the form that i would use to write a letter.

However, I have read some articles predicting the downfall of email is close at hand. These articles asserted that it would be replaced by a form of corporate facebooks. Every company would possess their own site. Employees will have coworkers instead of friends, and instead of groups there will be projects or departments. The authors asserted that this form would eliminate the cluttered inboxes of the typical corporate email and increase organization.

To be honest I think I agree.


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John Smith 14/04/08(Tue)03:11 No. 42904

I've written a few love letters in my life, John, but the most important I've ever wrote was a rather obscene letter. I originally meant writing that kind of letter letter for a rather prude girl I liked once, but ended up sending it to another girl — who I was terribly fond of at that time.

I don't remember much, only that involved a long and very detailed description of how I wanted to pleasure her with my mouth until she was so tender she couldn't take it anymore.

a few years later I learned that she threw it away after reading — I'm not even sure whether she read the whole letter — because she was embarassed.


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John Smith 14/04/08(Tue)17:14 No. 42911

You know, I've received quite a few letters of substantial emotional or personal content, but the only writing I ever do through the mail is Thank You's and greeting cards. Maybe I'm just lazy and/or selfish, although that could be my reasoning for a lot of things that I don't do besides writing letters...




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