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John Smith 20/09/13(Sun)16:28 No. 47519

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Hey John,

Do you feel particularly uninteresting because the interesting times have passed? Or perhaps that they have yet to come? The isolation as of late surely hasn't helped but what's your prognosis John?

John Smith 20/09/13(Sun)17:20 No. 47520

We are experiencing the most eh point in history john.

Our economy has turned us all into social pariahs by it's very nature. No new or interesting commodities are being produced anymore. It's just the same tired old bland shit mindlessly churned out over and over again en mass, for ever, while, simultaneously it has prevented any sense of solidarity or organized labor from taking hold in the world. It has done everything to ensure this mediocrity can not be over come. Wake up, go to work, stare at screen, die.

We live in very /eh/ times indeed.

John Smith 20/09/14(Mon)18:27 No. 47521

I feel particularly uninteresting, because I don't think I've done anything that would make me somewhat interesting. Having said that, I'm quite content with leaving the constant quest for appreciation to those who find that type of endeavour rewarding. Instead, I'll continue to engage in work that suits me and look forward to the perhaps uninteresting, but achievable rewards in my own life.

John Smith 20/09/17(Thu)21:14 No. 47523

Thats what human history is in general. People have been spoiled by the back-to-back action that was the 15th-20th centuries.
Dont be fooled by movies and documentaries. History is made by the few, carried out by the masses.

The bland drivel of 21st century life is the same back in the past only with no screens. This childish wanton to "change the world" is whats making things go to shit.

John Smith 20/10/15(Thu)16:11 No. 47531

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Interesting times are (and are to come) for people whom are willing to "progress" within the confides of the increasing technological totalitarian control.

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