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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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This elevator music is too exciting. Please tell the drummer to tone it down a notch.
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.
Throughout the years, the televisions we have owned had terrible audio settings, in that the numbers it was programmed with to set the volume did not meet my satisfaction. The closest numbers would usually be something between 15 and 20, but the lower number would be too quiet the next consecutive number would be too loud, adding to the obnoxiousness of everyday television viewing. Don't even get me started on commercials, let along today's programming. Our most recent television has a magic number though. 17 is just the right volume level in which the television is understandable and not yelling at me. It's been a big help, through most of my life, my parents have had the television on nearly all the time to the point of which it has interfered with my sleep patterns and studies all through school, including college, which I dropped out of which i tried to concentrate on, but couldn't because the infernal television was always on distracting me as well as a slew of emotional problems.
The uncontrolled outburst is also symptomatic.
It doesn't mean you are diagnosable though, maybe you just have a few minor quirks.
these days Dynamic Range Compression helps the issue, where available. but that's a long and uninteresting subject.
I think I would rather drift around from place to place on some kind of boat and tend to my vegetable garden there the rest of my life.
Actually, if all the land were so irradiated or biologically contaminated that it became uninhabitable, and people had to spend their lives fishing and drifting around the warm oceans in boats, our species wouldn't have any reason or ability to engage in arms races and weapons manufacturing or wars, religions would only be able to spread by their own merits & not by force, & humanity would soon have nothing better to do than develop in a more positive direction.
If all-out, total nuclear or biological war leaves even 1% of the human population alive, it'd be an ideal situation.
I'm going to watch Waterworld. If it sucks, I'm going to make an edit of it of my own, that more reflects my grand utopian vision.
so when are you uploading your edit?
let John take his time
You know how girls do that thing how they flick their hair like, off their shoulders? I like that.
This isn't a very good thread.
In fact, it is not even a good thread.
it's really a shame as i just read it for the first time today and i too like the way women adjust their hair when they are uncomfortable
I walked out to a point on the eve of Saturalia, and took a few photos.
These are they, that is, them.
Beautiful, boring. Well done John.
Enjoy your blog )
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My favorite by far in this thread. And the other ones are still fantastic.
When we have access to something that solved a problem we had, eventually we then downplay its importance to our lives then neglect it, can you note an exception, or can't this be avoided? This occurs on the individual and cultural level, but the cultural level is the most relevant. Consider that one.
Your post reads like you're the one that posted about people not being able to psychoanalyse others properly.
I have a reaction to poor air quality.
I stop breathing without thinking about it when the air is dusty, dry, too humid, high pollen, smells like gas, is gas, etc.
I'm not sure if it's an instinc or something I learned as a child: I had allergy and exertion triggered asthma; air quality was a matter of survival.
How can this be avoided on a cultural level? For example, I just upgraded my computer with a SSD and within a week I'll have forgotten that it even exists. I can't imagine teaching to not take things for granted on a cultural level.
tell me something interesting about the city you live in,
I would find it uninterestingly amusing.
No municipal taxes?
Do you pay state and federal taxes?
Is it a white supremacist cult compound?
I live in the once called "south american paris", it's the place where tango was born aparently though I don't know if this is interesting enough.
I'm not sure what makes the city I live in special if there is anything at all, hope one of you can tell me if you've visited by chance.
My city has a glass recycling program where they grind up glass bottles and give away the cullet for free. I've been trying to think of a use for the stuff, but the muse eludes me. The only idea I've come up with is decorating some concrete stepping stones.
separateness is an illusion of consciousness
You are the air you breathe. You are also the air you do not breathe. You are anything that comes to your mind. You are a beverage your mom never liked.
I'm feeling a bit sniffly today. How about you?
I stole a chair last night out of someone's garden, it's a bit worn but it's comfortable and higher up than my other chair
Just the right amount, John.
the right amount of sniffly.
My nose has got all irritated and raw on the exterior of my right nostril. I keep wanting to itch it, but know I mustn't.
This is the worst I've felt in a while.