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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 17/08/17(Thu)02:08 No. 46178 [Reply]
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I'm at the laundromat. Feels pretty /eh/ in here.


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John Smith 17/08/23(Wed)03:26 No. 46183

>>46182
It's an oddly relaxing place. You know, when someone doesn't bring all six of their under-tens and then leave them there to "watch the clothes" for half an hour so she can "go to the store". :p


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John Smith 17/09/17(Sun)02:55 No. 46208

I like the laundromat.
I've only ever had to be at one during maybe 6 months of my life but it was an interesting experience. I've even seen one that had a pinball machine inside, but I never played on it. Then I moved away from that town, and I've never been at a Laundromat since. Maybe I should go again sometime.


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John Smith 17/09/20(Wed)22:17 No. 46211
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The video rental place my family got our movies from was also a laundromat. I remember watching other people's clothes in the glass front washers until my Mom reminded me that I was there to pick a movie.




John Smith 17/09/15(Fri)07:59 No. 46203 [Reply]
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Today I drove to the ends of all the roads of Juneau.

There were signs saying it was the end of the road and some hiking trail heads, that is all I did.


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John Smith 17/09/15(Fri)08:07 No. 46204

that sounds amazing and interesting
careful now

will you tell us about it?


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John Smith 17/09/18(Mon)09:13 No. 46209

>>46204
it wasn't really that interesting. Its just trees and a dead end sign. Picture a cul-de-sac but with trees rather than houses. One of the ends even had houses at it.

I could see how that sounds interesting if you haven't lived here.


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John Smith 17/09/18(Mon)09:22 No. 46210

Anyways, it was about two hours of driving to each spot, a trial head at one, houses at another, and a park at the third, and then more trees at the other. They recently expanded the road too, adding another mile.

I could talk about the view and what not, but that might get too interesting, i don't know. For me, I'm used to it all so its not that exciting.




John Smith 17/09/16(Sat)01:39 No. 46205 [Reply]
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hi /eh/,
Last night i was watching some law around the world,and the law of smokes has attracted me to deeply. I find it a little bit incomplete.
All smoke laws speak about sell/buy cigarette for minor, but no one mentions about if an adult give a cigarette to a minor. Is it a crime or not?
Tell me about your country


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John Smith 17/09/16(Sat)07:50 No. 46206

If your locality has a law against selling cigarettes to minors, it will normally also be illegal to give one to them. The reason they're not allowed to sell to minors is because they don't want minors to possess the item in question.

That's not to say there isn't going to be some weird backwards jurisdiction in the world where it's illegal to sell to minors but not illegal for minors to possess it, but in most places the laws are fairly logical even if they're sometimes convoluted.

If you are not legally allowed to purchase an item, you aren't typically allowed to possess the item either.


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John Smith 17/09/16(Sat)11:04 No. 46207

>>46206

Ok, but the problem is, if an adult give a cigarette to a minor it's not like buy or sell and if a minor can own a cigarette, who is in trouble? An adult only give a cigarette to a minor, the law only say buy/sell, and a minor smoke the cigarette and he can own it, so he can smokes, but he can't buy. So, who is in real trouble?




John Smith 17/05/30(Tue)13:57 No. 46054 [Reply]
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I was forced to sit on the other side of the bus today as my usual set was taken. I the same street but through a different window, it felt like taking a new bus down the same road. I don't want this to happen again.

yours sincerely
-John Smith


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John Smith 17/08/06(Sun)22:55 No. 46172

>>46149
John

I want to apologize for the late reply, the nature of my office is the world of car sales which not only has kept me busy, but may explain why desks are not assigned. The turnover in my business is worse than most so the employee side of things are rather uncaring. That said I am coming up on my second year of employment so the less tenured salespeople who have been there for any amount of time are fine thinking, "oh yeah, that's johns desk".

John Smith


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John Smith 17/09/13(Wed)12:19 No. 46199

>>46172
hey John

How goes the employment?

-John


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John Smith 17/09/14(Thu)04:28 No. 46202

>>46199
Good evening John

It is generally pretty good for me. I had one of my best months last month, though unfortunately it was only in gross profit and not in overall units moved. Normally this would be fine but As I am one of the most tenured this has my General manager convinced I'm simply being lazy. I've learned that Ignoring the verbal beatings of a madman makes life a little easier though.

If you've ever wanted an truly unique employment experience you should try Sales, though I suggest having some money already set aside for the hard times.

John Smith




John Smith 17/02/26(Sun)06:03 No. 45908 [Reply]
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Dear John,
How do you feel about walks? I personally love them, night or day, especially when the park I walk in is empty.
Regards, John


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John Smith 17/08/26(Sat)07:34 No. 46186

>>46177
as it occurs, the best part about walking alone is also being alone, making main street not an option.


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John Smith 17/09/09(Sat)16:38 No. 46196

>>46176
If you are really worried John, you should carry a knife. If you don't like that approach, don't carry or wear anything valuable while you walk. I like to leave my phone at home when I walk in the park at night.


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John Smith 17/09/09(Sat)16:39 No. 46197

>>46176
If you are really worried John, you should carry a knife. If you don't like that approach, don't carry or wear anything valuable while you walk. I like to leave my phone at home when I walk in the park at night.




John Smith 16/09/08(Thu)02:29 No. 45598 [Reply]
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What is your worst irrational fear, John?

Mine is the fear of complete isolation. Quite odd considering I'm an introvert.

Yours Truly,
John


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John Smith 17/03/20(Mon)07:28 No. 45951

>>45943
Yep that's all pretty normal. Took me years to be able to vent in front of others, would instead keep it to myself. A brooding sort of hatred develops, symptoms that beta males are used to but men like us, John? Men who are capable, know they are, but are also intelligent enough to be aware of all potential consequences branching off from such confrontational behavior?
We're a different sort, brother, so don't hold back. You don't earn respect, John. You command it.


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John Smith 17/03/21(Tue)04:40 No. 45952
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Over-flowing toilets. Like, when the water is just below the rim of the bowl? It scares me. Really.


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John Smith 17/09/08(Fri)00:52 No. 46195

Dear Johnny,

I consider myself lucky to have none, though I do have fears that are rational. I will fear things such as carcrashes and my light chest pains, though ultimately I only fear bigger than life sorts of things, maybe not actually in the scope of rationality. The concept of space for example is terrifying but beautiful to me, I don't want to die to a black hole but I do want to see it before I die as it is theorized you wouldn't just die immediately but you would see a lightshow before it finally sucked all the oxygen from earth where then I would die. Things such as a pulsing star potentially emitting a ray so strong it obliterates the earth does not scare me as that would be instant though a meteor I would probably spend inside maybe even on here away from some madness. Death itself does not scare me but the concept that I wouldn't feel like I have seen everything I should have before dying does, like I was put here to appreciate everything and squandered that.




John Smith 17/07/28(Fri)18:57 No. 46157 [Reply]
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I never graduated high school.


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John Smith 17/08/26(Sat)22:34 No. 46188

There's nothing about having a diploma that makes me feel particularly superior to someone who doesn't. Rarely do any of the degrees have a direct correlation with knowing what you're doing, least of all in this modern age where lots of information is freely available over the Internet.

I remember skipping straight from high school algebra to college calculus without precalculus in between, so now I'm using Khan Academy to refresh my knowledge of the portions of math that I'd carelessly breezed past. I'm pleasantly surprised with how deep trigonometry can be.


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John Smith 17/08/30(Wed)11:51 No. 46190

Only time I failed was English 4, 2nd semester senior year. Had to be handed a fraud diploma cause technically I didnt graduate. Had to go to summer school for the first time in my life when Im suppose to be done with school. lulz so fucked up!


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John Smith 17/09/07(Thu)23:12 No. 46194

I am going for the last year of "highschool" or whatever then I will go to university




John Smith 17/08/14(Mon)16:12 No. 46175 [Reply]
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John,

I'm off to university again, later this week. I probably won't have much time to write you, but I'm not concerned. Things seem to stay the same with you, no matter how long it's been since the last time we talk. It's very comforting, in a way.

I know I probably tell you too often, but it really is crazy to think just how long you've been in my life, and I appreciate you a lot. Stay comfy and safe, I'll be back again in a while.

Best Wishes,
--John


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John Smith 17/09/05(Tue)06:01 No. 46193

We'll be here, John. Study hard!




John Smith 17/08/27(Sun)18:34 No. 46189 [Reply]
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I'm not hungry yet I'm craving chicken nuggets.


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John Smith 17/09/01(Fri)02:57 No. 46191

Once I heard that comfort foods are largely influenced by the foods you ate when you were a small child. Did you eat a lot of chicken nuggets growing up?


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John Smith 17/09/04(Mon)21:15 No. 46192

You make me want to have a glass of ice cold water.




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