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John Smith 21/02/16(Tue)09:38 No. 47713 [Reply]
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Well another payday rolled around, this time I managed to plan for bills, so that's nice.
How's your day John?


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John Smith 21/02/16(Tue)10:35 No. 47714

I'm glad to here things are going well John. Sounds like a load of stress off your shoulder.

My day is good. I made some taco soup and put quinoa in the water; it absorbed the flavor and was delicious. I think I'll try this again.


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John Smith 21/02/16(Tue)12:41 No. 47715

>>47714
It was. That sounds nice, glad to hear you're trying new things.




John Smith 20/09/13(Sun)16:28 No. 47519 [Reply]
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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?


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John Smith 21/02/02(Tue)05:40 No. 47703

>>47595
>Man you really need to talk to some old people. They'll buy a sandwich that is half dog shit because it's 20 cents off

Ok maybe "old" was the wrong word.
"Middle-aged" is more like it.


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John Smith 21/02/07(Sun)12:30 No. 47706

The isolation from this virus is interesting in the effect it has on people, and observing that. But the novelty has worn off. I've always been an introvert who was happy at home, as I suspect many Johns on here are, but even I am reaching my limit. The time goes on but in my house I feel as though everything is the same.


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John Smith 21/02/07(Sun)13:37 No. 47707

>>47706
I was already a shut-in before the lockdown, and yes, things eventually start to blend together.




John Smith 21/01/19(Tue)05:38 No. 47689 [Reply]
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Hammering on a loose cast iron gate makes a cymbal-like ringing sound which some may find pleasant to the ear.

Others however, may not.

...

But that doesn’t change the fact that it does.


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John Smith 21/01/23(Sat)12:21 No. 47701

I know just what you mean, John. I have recently acquired a cast iron skillet pan, and it too, makes a pleasant ringing sound when it comes into contact with my tongs, while I'm flipping my grillings.

Well, at least it is pleasant to me.




John Smith 20/11/28(Sat)19:14 No. 47628 [Reply]
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Tell me what you honestly feel


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John Smith 21/01/21(Thu)06:34 No. 47694

>>47693
So what is the weather like in your area, John?


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John Smith 21/01/21(Thu)14:06 No. 47695

>>47693
Dear John,

Hope this letter finds you living. I am living too, much like you are living. I could have done anything else with my life, but this is what I did. In any case, have a backup plan or make one; it's never too late. Grad school would be great.

Sincerely,
John


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John Smith 21/01/22(Fri)03:00 No. 47698

I wish I was in an alternative reality/form of existence




John Smith 20/12/06(Sun)03:34 No. 47649 [Reply]
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Dear John,

some wisdom to take to heart.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6NEi10_WZWEco8oC8Y7ZgIZnDAjgv2Um


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John Smith 21/01/13(Wed)19:23 No. 47681

Dear John,

Sad news, the video is no longer with us.
I'm slightly sad as they didn't get to the number 1.
Oh well, I will think of all they taught me,sometime many years from now.

Regards John


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John Smith 21/01/13(Wed)22:53 No. 47682

>>47681
Yeah, the content creator privatized his videos bc bullshit copyright issues to use an online text-to-speech generator.


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John Smith 21/01/18(Mon)11:25 No. 47685

Dear John >>47682,

Thank you for this information. Even though it sadden me to here the crapperights vultures have turned up to eat any fun there was to be had.
Well John, at least we both got a good chucle out of it while it lasted.

All the best John




John Smith 20/12/04(Fri)14:54 No. 47644 [Reply]
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Does anyone tire of the human obsession for "deeper meaning"?
Why the fuck do adults always have to venture off into the world of abstractions and metaphors?
Whats wrong with seeing the physical world as it is?
Why is that every natural or civil disaster is interpreted as the end of the world despite records of previous like incidents happening?


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John Smith 21/01/10(Sun)13:21 No. 47680

>>47644
what science doesn't explain, is up for speculation. and then it spills over to what science has a fairly good explaination for. and then it becomes a club for those who "really get it". and then it's echo chamber.


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John Smith 21/01/16(Sat)17:46 No. 47683

Lots of big questions there friend.

>Does anyone tire of the human obsession for "deeper meaning"?
Feels like for the last 100 years or so we've kind of given that up entirely and been obsessed about the physical world in front of us.

>Why the fuck do adults always have to venture off into the world of abstractions and metaphors?

It's hard to communicate complex relationships with words.

>Whats wrong with seeing the physical world as it is?

We are imperfect beings who are incapable of seeing the world as it is. We must stitch together picture after picture after picture we receive to try to make a comprehensive meaningful picture. That goes for all things.

>Why is that every natural or civil disaster is interpreted as the end of the world despite records of previous like incidents happening?

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John Smith 21/01/17(Sun)04:27 No. 47684

Nice looking post, John. Look at all those words, each comprising a sentence, surely conveying some kind of thought provoking this or that. Just look at all those words...

I’m sure its all very fine, John.




John Smith 18/11/22(Thu)14:17 No. 46772 [Reply]
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Hello John,

I'm just doing my usual once every two years stop by to see how things are with you.

My life hasn't changed that much, I may have different people around me but I am still the same.

What about you, John?


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John Smith 20/08/14(Fri)19:41 No. 47503

>>47498
>broken AC, summers are hotter than shit
>Right to work state

John, you in Florida?


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John Smith 20/08/19(Wed)20:04 No. 47504

>>47498
It sounds like, despite some adversary, you're really moving forward, John. We're all proud of you here. I hope things continue to get better for you.


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John Smith 21/01/01(Fri)22:27 No. 47676

Hello John,

I'm happy to see that my thread has kept going through the years. I have decided to stop by yet again to see how you are doing.
As I imagined, you are going through changes, which is something natural.
I do hope everything works out for you, John.
As for me, I lost my job and I am now studying for a Masters which will hopefully entitle me to get the job I need.
Times are rather rough, but other than that most things are still the same in my life.

I will stop by in some years to check on you, John.

Best,
John.




John Smith 20/08/20(Thu)00:39 No. 47508 [Reply]
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August is a pretty meh month aside from the frankly hostile heat. I much prefer fall.


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John Smith 20/12/08(Tue)21:01 No. 47653

>>47617
Oceania?


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John Smith 20/12/12(Sat)14:44 No. 47654
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It has snowed. Good luck if you participate in the No Fall Winter challenge. Which no one but me does because I came up with it. So good luck to me.


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John Smith 20/12/16(Wed)16:22 No. 47655

>>47587
I love your post John, it's very soothing. I wholeheartedly agree - it's so nice to sit inside and read a book or watch a show as the rain patters against my window.




John Smith 20/11/23(Mon)14:19 No. 47612 [Reply]
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>be me
>online lesson
>boring
>mfw i have idea
>say "can i say the answer to this question"
>get the question correct
>smort.jpg
>mfw teacher doesnt ask a single question after that
>mfw i spend the entire lesson watching random shit on yt

(BE YOU. BE BANNED.)


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John Smith 20/11/29(Sun)20:43 No. 47630

>>47627
If he added some John stuff he might not have been so rightfully banned


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John Smith 20/12/06(Sun)05:48 No. 47650

Why was John banned?


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John Smith 20/12/06(Sun)18:27 No. 47651

>>47630
For real. >be John might have turned it from stupid to mildly amusing.




John Smith 20/11/06(Fri)05:40 No. 47582 [Reply]
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Hi, 7chan.
I live in country which is one big 'eh' with no hopes and opportunities. I've lost any dreams in the depth of road mud. Any business I have tried is lying and becoming covered with the dust now. I will never find gf and favourite hobby. The only fantasy I have is to kill myself.

The last of regular commited suicides at my university was at May. I think I might be the next. Not because some difficulties with study, but because there is no reason to continue living.


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John Smith 20/11/26(Thu)03:59 No. 47626

>>47624
Agreed, people need help through hard times not just sulfates and diagnoses


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John Smith 20/12/01(Tue)01:11 No. 47636

Honestly if I see somebody depressed and the main thrust of their argument is tfw no gf then I assume they are in their late teens/early 20s and going through difficult mental changes. I know because I've been there. I don't know what else you want me to say. Nothing else can be done but learning to adjust to adulthood.


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John Smith 20/12/04(Fri)14:42 No. 47643

>>47636
But still. Youth depression ismt always wanton for relationships.
And what about older people desparate for companionship? I see alot of that around. And theyre not condemned or looked down on for that.





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