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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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The weathers been very mild...don't you think?
Welcome to /eh/
Where everything is just... eh...
/eh/ is not for crying, /rnb/ is for crying.
The music is from the Tenpenny Tower lobby in Fallout 3.
Lady Gaga was gorgeous before she was Lady Gaga. It's a shame she ruined her appearance.
She was neither of those things, John.
Recently, I have had contemplation that gave way to quite a few arguments. This contemplation is between of which is the better, twisty ties or bread tags for preserving one's bread contained in a plastic bag? That's why I come to you Mr.Smith for your opinion on this millenium-long battle. Take into account all factors including personal ones that you could think of, such as practicality, ease of use, etc. Have a splendid day John.
I just spin and tuck it.
The nearly indefinite re-usability of a plastic clip makes it a strong contender for best-in-class, however I find that twist-ties offer themselves to a greater variety of temporary uses.
Concerning the preservation of bread itself, >>40465
has pointed out that neither are necessary to effectively seal the plastic bread bag.
I make little figures with the twist ties and bread tags make me think of skin tags, thus I bake my own bread.
Everything in the world has little tiny bumps and this bothers me to no end.
i myself am curious to know if science will ever discover a truly "smooth" surface. On the molecular level, every surface bears pits and peaks where it's molecules are attached at the extremity of their bonding forces.
Electro-polishing does this. It gangs up on and expels molecules that protrude more than those that don't, thereby smoothing surfaces and heavily rounding corners.
I'm a pretty smooth fellow on the surface.
I am a writefag and I need inspiration for a story.
Then go to /lit/.
This has inspired me to write a story so /eh/ that nothing ever happens in it, though there will be lead ups that make it seem like the opposite is the case.
my period hurts
well that seems rather lazy, no?
Now that you mention it, it does smack of being very /eh. Like "oh sure, I could have this argument with you, but that'd be a lot of work, so instead, I'll just ask you a series of questions so that you can have the argument with yourself".
I guess that's why thousands of years later, we still don't really have good arguments to those questions.
Hah, yea. Platos accounts of Socrates aren't so much arguments, as much as conceptual assassinations. The Republic can be boiled down to "Justice, you say? How quaint. Now I will allow you illustrate to us, in your own words, just how fucking stupid you are for thinking that word has any meaningful concept behind it whatsoever. Nothing means anything. Anything means anything. Things mean whatever you want them to. Whatever. Thank you for coming, but they have better sandwiches the next town over, so all of you, suck dicks, I'm out of here."
Let me share a particularly uninteresting yet thought-provoking story;
There was this father who was loved by his daughter, but the father himself was a criminal. Fearing about the future that his status as a criminal would bring about to his daughter, he decided to leave her daughter. But, no matter how he tried, the daughter always managed to find her father.
Does this show that love for someone's parent could also act as a GPS?
If you mean, ones love for the other drives them to track the other down by playing detective, then sure. If you mean, there's a physical property to human emotions which extends across some entire physical feld for those emotions to operate in, in order to "connect" people who feel enotions about other people, then you are imagining an awful lot of shit.
The universe is not constructed around the human animal, and our emotional well being is of zero importance beyond our own skulls and the actions those simple, well-understood chemical reactions lead us to perform.
I'm not completely sure why, but oxymorons frustrate me.
John , even if the event which you speak of is true, there are HUNDREDS of MILLIONS of daughters who are deserted by fathers, chances are , out of those MANY MANY people, a number which non-austist humans cannot comprehend, will by some chance find their fathers multiple times, especially if the father is an unintelligent person who isn't good at running away, so nothing you think is significant is actually significant, it's simply probability.
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I must admit, until recently i have not really given smartphones much consideration, but lately ive been thinking of investing in one in order to casually browse the internet on the go. im not much of a fan of most things smartphones tout as major features, indeed most of these "apps" seem pointless to me, but i must say im quite looking forward to being able to browse /eh/ out and about when the phone arrives.
John, think about what you're doing, buying a smartphone is just like taking the apathy pill. Well, I guess it would be one more person who doesn't speak to others in public, proceed John.
My smartphone broke earlier this year.
I suspect it's something trivial with the charging connector. I haven't gotten around to sending it in for repairs yet, so in the mean time I've been using an old nokia 6510 I had lying around.
I don't really miss having a smartphone, except for occasionally wanting to check things on the internet on the go.
However, I don't think not having a smartphone is making me any more social, or productive. It was mostly filling dead time for me before, and actually working as a bit of a conversation starter.
So yeah, maybe I should get around to sending that smartphone in for repairs ... one of these days.
i have a "dumbphone", but it just functions as a backup alarm clock at the moment. i rarely receive calls, and when i do they are rarely desirable.
i did not see it from that perspective, but you make a valid point. i do however prefer communication via speech so i should be fine in that regard.
yeah, thats mainly all i plan to do with it, plus the idea of having the ability to browse the internet anywhere might motivate me to actually take it out and about with me, and keep it charged.
Everything is so superficial.
I agree but it's probably better than being murdered by Courtney Love
Everything? Including yourself?