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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 16/06/29(Wed)11:37 No. 45433 [Reply]
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Dear John,

I haven't been on this board in some time, and while coming back engenders a curious sort of wonderful feeling, it also makes me feel a little sad, because all the threads I had posts in have disappeared.

I used to go through those old threads and read those posts, and reading my words was like hearing from an old friend, and I felt a comfortable feeling reading your words as well.

There are a view videos on Youtube, mostly music, that I listen to often, and to pass the time while the song plays I scroll down to the comments. Every year they get older but they're still there, and when I see them it feels very familiar, because of course it is.

I hope you're doing well John. I've lost all your old letters, and I apologize for that. I would much appreciate another one.

Best,

John.


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John Smith 16/06/30(Thu)08:08 No. 45438
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Dear John,

Good to year from you again. Alas, I see now the oldest thread at the end of page eight is barely a year past. It may comfort you to know--despite the new postings--nothing much has been going on. Now and again John comes by with a prosaic musing of uninteresting and unimportant nature.

Sincerely,
John.




John Smith 16/06/29(Wed)18:42 No. 45434 [Reply]
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I've been sick for almost a week now and it sucks.


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John Smith 16/06/30(Thu)00:27 No. 45435

>>45434
You have my sympathy John. I have also been sick with an unspecified illness, my doctor thinks it's a viral infection with no symptoms besides a dry nose and swollen throat.
You will get better in time.


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John Smith 16/06/30(Thu)07:49 No. 45437

As have I John, with a cold.

At least my nose stopped running today.




John Smith 16/06/12(Sun)08:58 No. 45409 [Reply]
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I bought a speaker off the internet and now I can listen to the tenpenny tower music in greater detail.


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John Smith 16/06/14(Tue)22:51 No. 45418

I'm pooping right now

I'm going over my lunch break

Call the police, /eh/


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John Smith 16/06/24(Fri)22:53 No. 45426

Things are getting pretty weird around here. And in general to be fair. I'm just pooping on 7chan nothing to see here.


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John Smith 16/06/29(Wed)06:35 No. 45432

I have a boombox but no audio cable to hook my laptop up to it. So instead I've been using just my laptop speakers, but they're not that great. None of the stores I go to ever have this simple cable.
It's the same way with my Nintendo DS. I don't have charging cable, so it just sits in small bag.
It's been like that for over a year, and I never have the motivation to bother with any of this.




John Smith 16/03/08(Tue)03:26 No. 45220 [Reply]
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Today I tried using a shoestring as a clarinet ligature. It worked surprisingly well.


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John Smith 16/04/22(Fri)06:26 No. 45286

I used a stack of books to support my broken futon. Not my greatest moment but nonetheless it happened.


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John Smith 16/06/29(Wed)00:17 No. 45430

>>45220

Oh. I thought you said a "clarinet lighter".

I think all musical instruments should come with incindiaries built in.


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John Smith 16/06/29(Wed)05:06 No. 45431

>>45430
Reminds me of an old kung fu film that featured a weaponized clarinet.

I'm not sure what note you get when you put all your fingers down, but this one blew a poison dart instead.




John Smith 16/04/05(Tue)06:34 No. 45260 [Reply]
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I started drinking coffee recently. I always had a small measure of completely irrational pride for not having needed to drink it but it does wonders for giving me energy in the mornings. I'm not entirely sure how I feel about this.


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John Smith 16/06/22(Wed)00:47 No. 45424

Coffee? Why not just have hot coco and phenylpiracetam?


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John Smith 16/06/24(Fri)20:47 No. 45425

You know, I like coffee too. I sometimes find myself buying the standard sized Dunkin' Donuts - "Breakfast Blend" on midnight trips to the grocery store; I have accumulated 6 or 7 containers without ever really opening them. It's a bit of a predicament


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John Smith 16/06/29(Wed)00:11 No. 45429

Same. I think I just tried it to spite myself, after a lifetime of proving I didn't need it. All of the sudden, at 38, I tried espresso, loved it, and now drink a full cup of it every am.

Cleans ya right out, too.




John Smith 16/06/03(Fri)12:34 No. 45398 [Reply]
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Whenever I get stuck at a red light I always wonder how much of my life will be spent waiting for something.


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John Smith 16/06/13(Mon)23:38 No. 45415

>>45401
For most people sleeping time only approaches ~1/3 of their lives.

Are you a cat or something? It's okay if you are, but it might help give some context to your answer.


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John Smith 16/06/25(Sat)00:37 No. 45427

>>45404
Have you ever noticed the people who seem to be the most eager to get going are the ones who end up going the slowest? Whenever I'm next to a couple of people in a multi-lane light if there's someone who constantly rolls forward an inch or so every few seconds they end up going the slowest. It's almost as puzzling to me as the people who manage to slow down without hitting the breaks.


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John Smith 16/06/28(Tue)09:41 No. 45428

>>45404
When you're the first at a light, seeing what the crossways light is doing is generally very doable, but that gets a lot harder farther down the line. Also factor in how others have a slower reaction time and rate of acceleration, so that means people err on the side of not crashing their cars.

>>45427
Life imitates Mario Kart: top speed and acceleration are rarely directly correlated.




John Smith 16/06/12(Sun)22:04 No. 45412 [Reply]
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Could have had plans today, then remembered /eh/ exists.

Dear John, I hope you are doing well.


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John Smith 16/06/18(Sat)19:30 No. 45420

I'm going to go play disk golf with some atheists.


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John Smith 16/06/19(Sun)21:05 No. 45422

>>45420
Round earth, flat balls?


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John Smith 16/06/20(Mon)18:42 No. 45423

>>45422
Whoa now. It might get more heated than eh if you keep on talking about John's girlfriend like that.




John Smith 16/06/11(Sat)22:05 No. 45405 [Reply]
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there were a lot of things i could have been concerned about or getting done today.

m/eh/.


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John Smith 16/06/12(Sun)08:46 No. 45408
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>>/b/753340

It reminded me of the "high res" flower backgrounds that came with windows 98.


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John Smith 16/06/12(Sun)19:36 No. 45411
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>>45408
Your post suddenly reminded me of this.


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John Smith 16/06/14(Tue)08:47 No. 45417
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>>45411




John Smith 16/04/28(Thu)19:02 No. 45293 [Reply]
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Hello John, Nice to see you again. How do you like your coffee? I enjoy mine with cream and sugar every morning. It's nice to have consistency.


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John Smith 16/05/16(Mon)23:39 No. 45340

>>45321
Careful John, you're starting to border on interesting, there.


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John Smith 16/05/20(Fri)01:46 No. 45356

>>45293
Just milk please. Many people prefer it this way in Pennsylvania. They call it a Dutch coffee. I'm not sure if it has anything to do with the actual Dutch. Never bothered to look it up.


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John Smith 16/06/09(Thu)22:43 No. 45403

>>45356
what i call Polish coffee is where you put ground coffee directly into a cup, fill it up with hot water, let it sit for a minute and then stir it gently along the top so that the grounds settle on the bottom of the cup.

i definitely prefer coffee made this way to instant coffee, however, instant works out a lot cheaper and takes less time and effort to make.




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