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John Smith 20/05/27(Wed)07:27 No. 47371 [Reply]

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The Beatles are given too much credit. Most of their back catalogue was three-minute ditties about girls, angst, and other abstract subjects not unlike their contemporaries. And their music styles were inspired by Dylan, The Stones, and Phil Spector.
And let's not forget the avant-gard effects they did where explored by tape recorder enthusiasts a couple decades prior.

Yet, people treat them like the gods of rock'nroll. They're not bad, far from it, but they're not extraordinary.

Hell, Lennon said himself he wanted to get off the Fab Four bandwagon.

Brian Wilson single-handedly would've run circles around these guys if it weren't for his own Aspie tendencies.

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John Smith 20/06/18(Thu)06:50 No. 47415

That's acceptable. Twitter advertises itself as the normie homo supersite

We really should tone it down

John Smith 20/06/18(Thu)07:36 No. 47416

>We really should tone it down


John Smith 20/06/19(Fri)07:29 No. 47417

As long as we yet live, there is the hope of a more boring tomorrow

John Smith 20/04/26(Sun)20:26 No. 47301 [Reply]

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Why are adults so sentimental about childhood?
Why do smother their prepubescent pastimes unto future generations expecting it to be universal standard?

And lastly, why does every generation of adults act like they're Adam and Eve?

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John Smith 20/05/20(Wed)10:16 No. 47362

The junction system is pretty cool and they do have more varied items

Acceptable response

John Smith 20/05/21(Thu)03:48 No. 47365

I dont know what youre saying but it sounds like a bunch of paternalistic nonsense.
Structure? Meaning of life? What does that have to do with childhood nostalgia?

If anything, most parents don't teach their kids jack shit. All they do is dump them in school and lock them away at home or afterschool activities.

John Smith 20/05/21(Thu)08:25 No. 47366

He's probably one of those kids that always said they liked school when he was in high school

Those kids are terrible

John Smith 20/04/23(Thu)09:13 No. 47294 [Reply]

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Do you guys ever wish you were a "third-person pov" entity that could view and scour the cosmos without physical limitations?
Think "Spaceship of Imagination" from Cosmos.
Pic related
I feel God has done a great disservice to man by his morbid obsession for us to follow only Him, limiting us to the earth to carry out his "Divine Plan".
Of I was God, I wouldn't obsess over some itty bitty humans going their own way.

John Smith 20/05/11(Mon)08:11 No. 47331

Has He not given you the ability to offend?

If you chose to turn to the correct path you would reap the benefits

John Smith 20/05/11(Mon)08:28 No. 47333

>Reap the benefits

Bc God has set it up that way.
By following only Him, you become an eternal sycophant that only can worship Him. The only benefit is not burning in Hell. That's the only bribe God gives to make us follow Him.

John Smith 20/05/11(Mon)08:50 No. 47338

Works for me I guess

John Smith 20/04/26(Sun)02:25 No. 47298 [Reply]

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Just another day of everyone at work and everywhere else thinking you're batshit crazy for having a traumatic experience that put you in the psych ward three times with a diagnosis of schizoaffective to boot, taking 5 different pharmaceutical meds to treat it.

I'm the same person I was before, you dolts. Just mentally scarred and 30 lbs heavier.

John Smith 20/05/11(Mon)08:05 No. 47329

Well on the bright side you probably look good with the extra chunk. Have you thought about quitting the useless medication and using a cleansing diet?

John Smith 20/01/05(Sun)05:50 No. 47190 [Reply]

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Working grave yards, contrary to public opinion, are the most uneventful shifts there are.

Nothing but you and your own thoughts, sitting outside smoking a cigarette staring up at the moonlight.

Owls hooting in the distance. Truly a /eh/ occupation.

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John Smith 20/04/26(Sun)20:05 No. 47299

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To data: what the heck happened to 420chan?

هنوز هم صفحه برچسب ها از نسخه 165 منتشر شده است
>REAP THE REWARDS: " even after you complete the 12 main missions, there is much more of The Lord of The Rings ;#the two towers 2 experience. You can unlock tons of DVD extras, including interviews from members of the movie cast, a secret character and a mission in the tower of Orthanc! The Battle rages on !"_

John Smith 20/04/28(Tue)16:51 No. 47307

I think Kurt and Spardot quit smoking weed, now they're just trying to keep 420 alive for the ad revenue.

John Smith 20/05/11(Mon)07:54 No. 47323

I think they're still smoking but it really is ad city now. Funny since the place has as much sit traffic as we do here, I guess no one is really complaining

Really annoying having the ads halfway through the damn threads though

John Smith 19/03/03(Sun)23:20 No. 46895 [Reply]

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For however long we've been around as lifeforms, it's amazing that we've managed to survive without being obliterated by some lunatic seeking to be the last chapter of our history.

John Smith 19/09/10(Tue)00:16 No. 47108

You seem perturbed, John. May I suggest paying >>>/rnb/ a visit?


John Smith 20/03/31(Tue)05:34 No. 47255

Well, it shouldn't be long now, John.

Shouldn't be long.

John Smith 20/04/11(Sat)05:39 No. 47272

I think one of the most comforting realizations is that 99.9999999% of all the species that have ever existed on the face of this earth are now dead. And at some point in each of their timelines, whether only for tens of thousands of years or for hundreds of millions or even billions, in each of them, some individual had one last look around as the sole representative of everything their species ever did, tried to do, hoped for, wanted, fought over, and died for, and then laid down and died.

John Smith 16/09/08(Thu)02:29 No. 45598 [Reply]

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What is your worst irrational fear, John?

Mine is the fear of complete isolation. Quite odd considering I'm an introvert.

Yours Truly,

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John Smith 20/03/29(Sun)05:40 No. 47248

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That shit scares me too, John.

John Smith 20/04/09(Thu)07:10 No. 47266

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Dear John,

I believe I am the only person in the world with this phobia- and that is of cockroach eggs. Yes, just the eggs. When I was very little I wasn't even afraid of cockroaches but cockroach eggs terrified me. I had violent nightmares involving them, too. And this phobia sucks because I could just be sifting through old books, furniture or clothes and just seeing one planted in there would ruin my day. Thankfully this fear hasn't been particularly bad since I became a teenager, and it now mainly manifests to me as moderate disgust rather than terror.

Regards, John

John Smith 20/04/11(Sat)05:34 No. 47271

I have a fear, that I will go back into the workforce and it will be exactly the same as it was before I went back to school. This would be just a worry, but because I know how likely it is to be true, it's a very real fear. Because if it's right back to that, it's the end for me.

John Smith 20/04/04(Sat)11:54 No. 47258 [Reply]

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Hey John,

How do you wash your hair? I was raised to wash with shampoo and conditioner daily, but as of late I've heard differing opinions on it. One person said that you should condition daily but only use shampoo every other day, while some people say to forgo doing it daily, instead doing it twice or thrice weekly. I just wanted to know your thoughts on it.


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John Smith 20/04/07(Tue)20:36 No. 47265

I only use water as well. My hair is long but thin.
Washing my hair is the main reason I even bother showering. I don't like taking showers. Too much effort and too many temperature shifts. Twice a week is more than enough of that. I'd do it even less if my skin didn't get so itchy. I am a dirty man.

John Smith 20/04/10(Fri)06:36 No. 47267

If I eat only raw meats my hair is nice and healthy looking without anything but a rinse with water once in awhile. I hate shampoos and showers in general. Make me feel terrible.

John Smith 20/04/11(Sat)03:44 No. 47270

I do what's called cowashing which is just conditioner once or twice a week.

John Smith 19/03/25(Mon)20:53 No. 46908 [Reply]

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Good afternoon, John.
What is your favorite computer font?
I am kind of fond of the SimSun font myself.

Kind Regards

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John Smith 20/03/31(Tue)05:28 No. 47254

>the quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog

I heard you the first time, John.
There is no need to shout.

John Smith 20/04/04(Sat)12:03 No. 47259

Good Evening John,

I'm a particular fan of 16 point Consolas.


John Smith 20/04/07(Tue)14:13 No. 47264

Hello John,
I am quite partial to Inter, for using on screens. I would set it as my system font on everything if i could.


John Smith 19/08/20(Tue)17:23 No. 47061 [Reply]

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So John, how'd you get here? On his side of the internet?

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John Smith 20/03/29(Sun)16:41 No. 47250

I've known of 7chan for quite a few years now, even had it bookmarked for years but I've never really lurked or posted here. Thinking of changing that.

John Smith 20/03/31(Tue)05:07 No. 47252

I came here when this was created, invited by another graphic artist in what, 2007 or 8 or something, i don't remember. I just had this site up on my display all day at home and work. Hung out in b, hi, rnb & eh, fapped to many beast & cake threads. it was a quiet life, but it was a comfortable one. then I started going to fowrchins, and the insane speed of it hooked me. but my gods were the people stupid, and not just awful in that fun and entertaining way, but in an actual, for real, completely dysfunctional, culturally retarded, trailer trash way. So after being told to fuck off back to reddit a million times over a few years, i checked out that place, and found it to be full of equally stupid people from the US's suburbs. All along, I knew I missed 7chans relaxing pace, reasonably intelligent conversation, dispassionate nattering, and plenty of whitespace between sentences. And the worldfilters, and this music. ...neither of which seem to have survived the years in tact for some reason? It's probably some browser privacy setting. I'll probably get around to looking into it.

John Smith 20/04/05(Sun)01:39 No. 47261

4chan's become unbrowsable within the last year and 8+nein are kill here has less shitty wojak and peppy spam

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