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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 14/10/08(Wed)20:07 No. 43814

>>43714

The only problem with diet sodas of any kind is that they taste like absolute shit. They are uniformly and without exception the most vile tasting liquid an individual can swill. No one should be forced to drink diet soda and there is something wrong with those who do so voluntarily. QED.




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 14/08/27(Wed)17:24 No. 43589 [Reply]
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Haven't been here in a bit, and the same threads are still mostly on the first page.
That's nice.

So, how about that summer, huh?
It's been ok over here, so far.


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John Smith 14/10/01(Wed)14:15 No. 43785
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Winter was warm and snowless, spring was nice, summer was cold and wet, and now autumn is trying to make up for it, it seems. On average, it's been autumn all year.


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John Smith 14/10/13(Mon)08:02 No. 43822

>>43770
I'm sorry to here that, John.

What kind of car is it?


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John Smith 14/10/20(Mon)10:15 No. 43852

This summer was rather mild. It made my job much easier however. Usually toiling in the sun produced much more perspiration, but the unusually tepid weather in the North Eastern United States made for more comfortable conditions.




John Smith 14/10/12(Sun)06:44 No. 43819 [Reply]
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There seems to be a hysteria brewing among people about a possible ebola outbreak in the United States. I live in New York City though, and I'm not worried at all. I'm just enjoying the days growing colder and the trees shedding. I hope to find a job in a resort lodge or a cluster of cabins this winter, washing dishes, or maybe sweeping floors. Then I will have time to read my books and watch the snow fall through the window as winter rolls in.

I'm not worried, friend. Are you?


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John Smith 14/10/17(Fri)23:21 No. 43844

>>43832
I can't say I like the way you think John.

Best,

John.


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John Smith 14/10/19(Sun)23:51 No. 43850

>>43819
I just had a conversation last night with a very miserable girl I've known for a long time. Her husband who is a lot of fun to hang out with if you're a guy, alternates between angry, violent, abusive and drunk to her, because that's how his Dad was, and that's all he knows. She's started drinking too to dull the experience. So now you have these two increasingly worthless losers beating on each other and their whole neighborhood is calling the police because of screaming choking fights on the front lawn every other night and on and on.

Naturally, everyone has loads of advice for them.
I took a step back and looked at it and thought: Neither of these two have kids or are going to have kids. Neither is ever going to make the millions it would take to retire. Neither is any good in their marriage. Neither is any good in their career. Neither likes their house or their family or each other.

So why have they bought all of the things that a wealthy 1950's suburban married couple with kids and stable upper-middle-class jobs buys? If you fit that description, then the suburb and the three cars and the expensive lawnmower and the career job and the retirement plan make some amount of sense, as those things were designed by and for those people. But it's not a one-size-fits-all solution, and for everyone else, it's some amount of a bad fit, trying to jam a square peg into a round hole.

Most of our generation will not be able to retire. If you know you're going to work til the day you die no matter what you do, then choosing to take an easy job that allows you to enjoy your off-time seems like a much more sensible option than going through all the motions of a rat race just because "everyone else is doing it".

Sweep those floors johan, and when you're done, read your books, secure in the knowledge that those floors will always need sweeping, and so long as they do, they'll keep allowing you to read your books .


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John Smith 14/10/20(Mon)03:46 No. 43851
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>>43850
But John,
What will we do when no one cares if the floors are swept?

What will the children do when there are no more floors to sweep?

Does John intend to build more floors to sweep, floors that serve a great purpose, floors that will always need to be swept, or will he be kind enough to die so that others may sweep?

I fear John your attitude would permit John to slide into the void.

Best wishes,

John




John Smith 14/10/11(Sat)23:26 No. 43817 [Reply]
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Today, I bought a dozen of donuts and ate two of them.
I should try to lose weight, John.


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John Smith 14/10/14(Tue)01:47 No. 43829
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>>43817
I support your endeavor to improve your health John. Be sure to garner both the support and expectation of your community and family they will serve to inspire you through support and the desire to succeed in their eyes.

>>43821
On the contrary John glucose is an entirely natural occurring substance. Perhaps your ire is more properly directed at high fructose corn syrup or other refined sugars.


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John Smith 14/10/17(Fri)22:58 No. 43843
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The general formula is to eat less and exercise more, but it can be hard to start and maintain the effort. Perhaps you could take up a hobby that requires some exercise.

If you are a social person, you could join a neighborhood sports team. If you are not that social you could take up a constructive hobby like gardening or building sandcastles or somesuch. Even if all you did was outdoor photography, you'd end up hiking around and getting some exercise that way.

The hobby and the teammates become the motivation. The weight loss is the result.


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John Smith 14/10/18(Sat)21:35 No. 43846
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I had an idea today to buy a lightbulb




John Smith 14/10/14(Tue)08:41 No. 43834 [Reply]
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If a cafe doesn't have wifi I usually go in there just so I can have a proper Morrissey about it later


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John Smith 14/10/16(Thu)02:43 No. 43837

I actually don't care either except if i have to check email while traveling. If its there it's nice anyway.


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John Smith 14/10/16(Thu)07:58 No. 43840

I live in a place where there is only one cafe in town that has wifi. It's a shared cellular connection verizon set up for us. Every resident and business in town shares it for processing credit cards too.

We had a festival a few weekends ago and several hundred yuppies showed up with cellphones at once, and crashed the entire thing. It took verizon a whole weekend to get it back up and running.

No one could pay for food or gas or anything with their credit cards, and the ATM machine wouldn't work either. It was pretty humorous.


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John Smith 14/10/17(Fri)04:18 No. 43842

It is absolutely a boon while travelling, of little/no utility otherwise.




John Smith 14/10/08(Wed)18:39 No. 43813 [Reply]
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What's it like to have cancer?


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John Smith 14/10/14(Tue)07:32 No. 43833

I don't really know. I would imagine it's something of a downer though.


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John Smith 14/10/16(Thu)06:47 No. 43838

I would assume it's just like qny other zodiac sign.


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John Smith 14/10/16(Thu)07:53 No. 43839

>>43838

I resemble this statement. As if even mentioning astrology weren't embarrassingly stupid enough in general, it's always fun to have some bimbo ask you in a crowded restaurant "what sign are you"... and have to mutter quietly under your breath "cancer." Especially when she then doesn't hear you and says "WHAT?" and you yell "CANCER! I"M CANCER" and of course the entire restaurant hears this and falls silent. And gives you long sad looks and scowls of disgust. Then of course you have to explain that you don't HAVE cancer, you were just born in July... at which everyone gets mad at you for toying with their emotions.

It's kind of a hassle, OP.




John Smith 14/09/13(Sat)05:30 No. 43670 [Reply]
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John,

Something occurred to me the other day. We spend much of our lives sleeping, but rarely is there discussion on proper form or technique. We might have something to gain from the examination of each other's personal sleeping habits. How do you sleep, John?

I prefer laying on my stomach with my head resting on a single pillow. Generally, I slide my hands under the pillow where it is pleasantly cool. I also find it rather comfortable to raise one of my knees up to just below hip level.

Just thought I would pick your brain for your preferred methods.

Warmest Regards,
John Smith


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John Smith 14/09/23(Tue)19:44 No. 43744

>>43743
I forgot to mention that it's easier to sleep on my back because my very inconsiderate sister kept throwing herself down on my bed while she was living here and now my formerly new pillow-top has a dip in it.

Bitch.


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John Smith 14/09/26(Fri)16:01 No. 43764

>>43744
How old was your sister john?


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John Smith 14/10/14(Tue)11:12 No. 43835

>>43670
I find that in order to fall asleep I must fulfill an obsessive compulsive series of events. First, I lie in bed and set my alarms then after lying on my back with my head on a pillow for some time I shift to my side where I stay for a few minutes. Finally I roll back on my back, but I take the pillow and ever so gently attempt to suffocate myself with it. I fall asleep with the weight of my arms pushing my only pillow up against my face as I lie upon my back. I find the whole series of events relaxing.




John Smith 14/08/23(Sat)09:25 No. 43582 [Reply]
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There was a minor irritant in my throat. Working the back of my tongue, I was able to pull it forward and retrieve it.

It was one of my own eyebrow hairs.


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John Smith 14/10/06(Mon)19:12 No. 43804

While eating pringles today my friend told me about his weekend and how he choked on a piece of meat that he hadn't fully chewed. I let out a short chuckle interrupted by a shard of pringle being lodged in my throat.


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John Smith 14/10/07(Tue)23:00 No. 43811
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Just Think! These are the Survivors' Tales of Wonder!

Imagine the Mediocre Horror of those who Failed to Live to Tell their Stories


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John Smith 14/10/12(Sun)06:34 No. 43818

Sometimes I bring back up tiny sections of food. They're white and hard, but they yield when pressed. I know I haven't been eating baby teeth, so I can't explain it.




John Smith 14/09/23(Tue)02:55 No. 43733 [Reply]
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I just recently walked to the kitchen, as I wanted to heat up some water.

On the way there I noticed that it took me 19 steps to get to the kitchen, yet it only took me 17 steps to return to my room.

This sort of bugs me, but I suppose that's just how things are.


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John Smith 14/10/03(Fri)02:18 No. 43796

>>43793
Maybe it's just short.


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John Smith 14/10/04(Sat)22:15 No. 43800

>>43733
Concerning the topic at hand, perhaps you may have diverted your course slightly on the return journey. I would advise that you try this a few hundred times and record the results. Then you should average the data and perhaps it will even out then, John.

In any case, I hope you are doing well. I've got to go now, goodbye.


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John Smith 14/10/07(Tue)23:07 No. 43812
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>>43796
> and yet that may be a truly over-simplified sad excuse for a more intricate esoteric explanation



or not




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