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John Smith 16/04/16(Sat)00:23 No. 45274 [Reply]
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I've been on the phone with my grandfather for several hours now. He talks way too much for me to want to call him too often but I feel guilty if I don't do so every once in a while. He's old and doesn't have many friends left.


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John Smith 16/07/03(Sun)14:25 No. 45447
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Well then im glad that you give him a call sometimes, old people can talk a lot, but they also know a lot.
Go visit him, take him out for lunch sometime.




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 16/06/25(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.


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John Smith 16/07/03(Sun)14:04 No. 45442

What really triggers me are the people that roll half a meter when the whole column already came to a halt, only to provoke 30 cars also moving up that little tiny bit. Its economically really retarded and therefore should be banned.




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 16/06/11(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 16/05/26(Thu)12:43 No. 45382 [Reply]
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"Now it is waiting and nobody cares. And when your wait is over this room will still exist and it will continue to hold shoes and dress and boxes and maybe someday another waiting person. And maybe not. The room doesn't care either."


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John Smith 16/06/02(Thu)11:53 No. 45396
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Very nice,
thank you John.




John Smith 16/04/22(Fri)06:53 No. 45288 [Reply]
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Hello John,
I have my days planned out to the minute. For instance, at 10:47 am, I take my first break. It takes me two minutes to walk from the back door of my work to my car, and two minutes to walk back, so my break is actually more like 11 minutes. I like taking my break at 10:47 because I can leave my car at 11:00 exactly and still be back in the building on time.

Does anyone else do this?


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John Smith 16/04/27(Wed)19:56 No. 45292

>>45288
I wish I could have that in my life John.

No schedule ever works out for me. It would always take me more or less than two minutes to make that walk, and never the exact two minutes. It wouldn't matter what time I left my car, I'd arrive at the building late unless I skipped the break entirely. I'm so jealous it's almost depressing.


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John Smith 16/05/28(Sat)09:48 No. 45390

I don't have a specific start and end time, but my breaks are 15 minutes. It takes me about 4-5 to get more water for my 16oz cup and go to the bathroom. That leaves me 10-11 minutes to read one chapter of a light-novel I'm reading (weeaboos only). I'm almost done with it that so I'm going to need to find something else to do in that 10 minutes time.


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John Smith 16/05/30(Mon)19:51 No. 45394

>>45288
Sort of John,

I have a calendar on my phone that I fill up with things to do. As time progresses it gets more and more full. My life is slowly getting stream lined. The only downside is random occurrences topple the system. I wonder if I can live a life of perfect order.




John Smith 16/05/25(Wed)21:11 No. 45373 [Reply]
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John,

I have been writing stories for a long while now, and I am not feeling eh about them. The rest of my life, however, I feel completely unattached to; the days are eh, the nights are eh. The only respite I feel from eh makes me crave for eh even more.

Is there anything in your life that is similar to writing in mine, John? What keeps you going?

If nothing does, then why don't we talk about something like tea. I like mine a sweet auburn colour, perhaps with a drop of honey or whiskey.


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John Smith 16/05/28(Sat)09:40 No. 45389

I used to get very excited about video games, but lately, it's just been... Eh. I love video games, but they never bring me as much pleasure as they used to. Now I just play them so that I'm not alone. Going outside is not an option.

Everything besides video games is terrible, so I play video games to not feel terrible. I hate everything else but I do what is necessary to live in my own apartment, keep it in working condition (not a slob), and keep myself relatively healthy (not eating garbage all day).

If I could go back to a time, I'd go back to when I was 15. My favorite game was still alive and I wasn't in debt.


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John Smith 16/05/28(Sat)16:35 No. 45391

I suppose you could say that I'm like a workaholic, but with alcohol.

My favorite kind of tea is Dragon Well. It can be hard to find an excellent quality batch of it, but when I do, it's a delightful, crisp, and almost sweet green tea.




John Smith 16/03/24(Thu)03:04 No. 45243 [Reply]
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I was here in 2012, now I'm here again in 2016.

What goes around comes around, I think.


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John Smith 16/05/26(Thu)20:01 No. 45384

>>45378
We're all John down here, John.


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John Smith 16/05/28(Sat)09:08 No. 45387

Sometimes, John, it feels as though nothing changes. The sun goes up. The sun goes down. Wash, rinse, and repeat. All that changes is that we are in a slightly different spot in the void that we refer to as the universe.


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John Smith 16/05/28(Sat)09:30 No. 45388

>>45387
I wouldn't have it any other way.




John Smith 16/05/18(Wed)23:30 No. 45353 [Reply]
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To John
I've been think about life recently. I have been think about my life and I'm going to get old one day and die. My thinking was spawned when I was looking at old photograph of my grandpa when he was a boy. So I have been on the subject ever since. But I have realized that we don't ask for life or death but they always come, for better or worse.

From John


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John Smith 16/05/21(Sat)22:35 No. 45366
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Young people are driven to reach an age where they can successfully reproduce. After that point, quality of life is probably more important than its length.


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John Smith 16/05/26(Thu)10:22 No. 45381

I have been thinking about this a lot myself John. Sometimes it can make me real scared. But I like your last quote; that we didn't ask but we get regardless.




John Smith 16/05/18(Wed)04:22 No. 45346 [Reply]
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I'm sick today


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John Smith 16/05/18(Wed)19:53 No. 45351

Is it a cold?
They seem to come this time of year.


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John Smith 16/05/18(Wed)23:19 No. 45352

>>45351
feels like a bad cold. Going to just lay in bed all day.


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John Smith 16/05/25(Wed)22:26 No. 45374

I'm afraid I share this fate with you, my nostrils are blocked and I have resorted to breathing with my mouth, I fear this will become a habit and I will end up being a mouthbreather for quite a few days.




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