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 No.20597[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

CCS is one of he best animes I have ever seen! I remember watching the shitty dubbed version on Teletoon but the Japanese version is a million times better! Sakura S so cute and the show is so fucking comfy!
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 No.31677

>>31674
Ahh, maybe you watched the English dub and they got rid of it or something, because it is clearly there in the Japanese version, I don't even now how one would think it's not.

 No.31678

>>31677
>he conveniently forgot about Rika and Terada-Sensei

 No.31679

>>31678
And yeah, there is that too.

 No.31681

>>31677
If you think yuri/BL = LGBT and loli/shotacon = pedophilia, it means you don't know what you are talking about.

 No.31683

>>31681
Really? Enlighten me. How is it not?


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 No.31035[Reply]

What was the most disappointing anime you have ever watched? For me personally, it was Sailor Moon Crystal. I'm a big Sailor Moon fan and I was pumped for the new series to come out, even though it kept getting delayed I didn't care, I just wanted to feel the magic I felt watching the series for the first time again. But when the show aired in the summer of 2014 i was met with a show with extremely sloppy animation, poor writing and really just an underwhelming vibe to it. It was just such a gut punch to see my favorite show get treated with such a mishandled and mediocre retelling.
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 No.31627

>>31406
Just watch and make up your own minds?

To its credit, it only has 12 tv eps + 2 or 3 movies.

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this anime was so fucking retarded,feels like it was made a 13 years old

 No.31660

>>31659
by a 13 years old*

 No.31680

>>31073
>>31069
>>31039
>>31035
How many times do people need to ruin beloved classics with re-adaptations for you retards to learn to stop having expectations?

>>31047
I can agree with this. I really liked season 1 but season 2 bored me to fucking tears, I didnt last more than a few episodes.

 No.31682

>>31395
This obviously never happened, but as someone who has seen Madoka I rate Rebellion as the most disappointing anime of all time. They couldn't have fucked it up harder even if they had specifically set out to sabotage it.



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 No.160912[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

What does your world look like? How do you live your life? Is your world a nice place?

I think the world is fundamentally bad (a la Ligotti/Inmendham), but there are ways that we can extract enjoyment from it. As for how I live, I believe that we have partial control over how we feel, so I force my brain to feel energetic and happy.
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 No.161417

subjective value can still exist with objective values

 No.161418

>>161417
I don't think subjective values can exist in any litersl sense that isnt fundamentally religious in nature and justification, they're as much an object of faith as any religious belief.

 No.161419

>>161418
ok i cant like my favorite colors now

 No.161420

>>160946
Good post.

 No.161421

Interesting thread.


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 No.226639[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

I've noticed a few post on wiz saying they ignore or thinks that anyone who post with anime in it is a troll? what happened? I thought anime was part of the chan culture? why the backlash?
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 No.229547

>>229544
You just sound mad that people aren't liking garbage.

 No.229567

>>229525
I love how you're putting discussing anime online in the same category as cosplaying. It seems that comment about having mainly post2010 shows on your MAL really set you off into a psychotic samefagging rage.

 No.229597

>>229487
This is a good fucking post that pretty much lists all my biggest problems with anime discussion on chans. Especially the part about "jaded" oldfags. Hell you can literally get by on just watching stuff from the early 2000s and pre-2000s, there is a lot of shit, but you just know these idiots watched like, Cowboy Bebop,Akira, Ghost in the Shell, and maybe if they're cultured some Gundam. Anyone who says anime hasnt been good in x years is full of shit.

>>229525
You are literally one of the self deprecating shitposters he was talking about. Try actually watching anime for once.

 No.229598

>>229597
>there is a lot of shit
Should have made this more clear, by a lot of shit I just meant there is ton of decent to good to masterclass anime from basically any era. You just have to dig for it once you've broken the surface level and watched all the well known highly praised shows.

 No.229604

>>229547
You are part of the problem that I am talking about.


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 No.229496[Reply]

Please help. Did you guys pay for yours? I hear most people nowadays don't.
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 No.229564

>>229563
No, at least not out of the box.
However you can make it work, or so I hear.

 No.229587

>>229564
why should I do all this work when I can just install w10 and play my games having no troubles?

 No.229592

I read that Windows 7 keys still activate 10

 No.229601

>>229496
the pirate bay obviously, are you underage?

>>229587
Yeah there is no point. I just keep a linux partition for everyday use (99% of the time for me) and a W10 drive exclusively for games that I treat like malware

 No.229603

>>229601
>the pirate bay
don't do this, download the iso directly from microsoft and then just use an activator

https://www.reddit.com/r/sjain_guides/comments/9qyuij/hwidkms38genmk6_download_and_usage_guide/



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 No.228836[Reply]

The last thread died a while ago, but I’m still interested in this topic. What do wizards think about castration as a wizardly body modification? I myself am castrated as of a year ago and for the most part I enjoy my new life as an eunuch. I’d also like to discuss penectomy and genital removal in general, if anyone is interested.
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 No.229589

i feel i have a lot of relevant ideas and experiences to share in this thread, considering im castrated myself, but theres so much constricting rules here and i simply cant express my myself without getting banned

which is really unfortunate because i do think i have relevant ideas to express and insights into the subject, and arguments to make from both sides of the coin, but again, i simply cannot make them without breaking the rules. this is the reason why i largely stay away from posting here actually. its really sad but i simply cannot express my opinion without getting my post deleted or getting banned. shame!

 No.229599

>>229113
>Men have undergone castration for thousands of years
>Men
you mean literal faggots? eunuchs only exist to perform the tasks that men dont want to do, they are almost like slaves. why the fuck would you want to associate with those people?

 No.229600

>>229589
I want to hear them wiz

 No.229602

>>229113
Animals are still castrated everywhere as well. Far more common for domesticated animals to be castrated than not. Human culture makes no sense, we are domesticated as well



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 No.200180[Reply]

How did you or your parents ruined your life? What did cause your transformation to wizard?
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 No.205913

>>205898
Why did you move to Hawaii? Bipolar impulsivity? Fear mongered by the crash?

 No.205916

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>How did you or your parents ruin your life?
It's a difficult thing to talk about, I think; I was the only child, raised by a single mother, despite her obvious narcissistic and exploitative tendencies she cared for me, in a tough love sort of way, but I'm sure she believed this approach works best since she herself was raised this way. She'd spur me to do my best in school, plan my life for me, forcefully "guide" me towards what I should be interested in so I could secure a decent job later on in life etc. I rarely objected, and when I did it was in passive form: writing a diary entry or a poem chock-full of obscene words and curses aimed at myself, life, my brain and body and my mother, followed by its inevitable discovery by her, an awkward talk and heavy guilt-tripping. As a result I became neurotic, perfectionist, maximalist and spineless, not to mention the negative traits I "inherited" from her and my father. Upon receiving a B- or C+ on a test I would entertain thoughts of suicide and write suicide notes, one time I broke into tears and stabbed myself in the forearm with a pair of compasses in class; the latter happened in 6th or 5th grade, I think, but the general trend was set back 4th grade.
Like I said, I can't blame her, furthermore, I'd go as far as to say I'm somewhat thankful. If it hadn't been for her control and push I would have achieved nothing: I've always lacked clear, personal life directions and interests. If it hadn't been for her, I would have went downhill and ended up simply pointlessly existing much, much earlier in life.

>What caused your transformation to a wizard?

One life-changing wank.
I was around fourteen years old when I noticed a funny correlation: thoughts about succubi and starting a family would grow more intense the longer I didn't masturbate and disappeared immediately the moment I'd ejaculate. This and so much more dawned on me after a single wank I had while taking a bath sometime around that age, a wizardly "Eureka moment", if you will.
Obviously there were more factors that contributed to me rejecting relationships, like that one book with Medieval and Renaissance art I had that had one too many vanitas paintings.

 No.209355

I know this is mostly my fault, but if my parents put more effort into parenting my life would have been slightly better. I could come home with failing grades and all they would do is give a 5 minute 'do better' speech. It wasn't until I became a junior I realized how fucked my GPA was. I know in the end it was my fault, but if my parents did anything to curb my teenage stupidity may grades would have been slightly better. Same was with driving (parents never took practice driving so I learned how to do it very late), my schools volunteer work (dad found multiple places for me to volunteer one year from co-workers and never told me because 'he didn't think I was interested'. That was the same year I had to beg to get an extension on my volunteer hours), academic opportunities (I could have gotten into one of those fancy middles/high schools if my parents pushed me), and medical stuff (Parents always managed my diabetes without teaching me so when I went to college my blood sugar went crazy). I know this is my fault, but if my parents helped me with it'd I'd be in a better place. Sometimes I dream of having one of those Asian tiger parents because at least they gave a sit about their child instead of leaving them in front of a computer so they'd shut up.






Also my dad told me it was normal to shower once every two weeks and that turned out to be a big fucking lie.

 No.209373

>>200310
>not taking revenge
Pathetic.

 No.209382

>>200310
wizdad and wizmom ensures the survival of the wizard race by putting wizson in wizardly situations



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 No.48820[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

The last movie thread has reached the bump limit.
Previous thread:
>>46353
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 No.50340

>>50296
You're not a wizard but a crab if you're still angry towards everything and have violent fantasies towards random people

 No.50344

>>50340
No, that makes you a warlock. Crabs are different for other reasons.

 No.50355

Does anyone else here use private trackers to download movies?

 No.50359

>>50340

>You're not a wizard


According to you. And you're just some random idiot who's childishly prejudiced towards those of a different temperament than yourself, twisting wizardry to suit your own retarded worldview. Also, for the millionth fucking time, wizardry is about being a 30, or 30+, year old virgin. That's it. Think before you speak next time, dumb wizkid.

>>50344

I have days where I'm a peaceful mage and I have days where I'm a wrathful warlock. Wizards are human too, you know. I have various moods & ever changing emotional states just like anyone else. Either way, whether it's someone as placid as Christopher Knight, as an example, or someone as unhinged as Travis Bickle, both have their qualities I can empathize with & feel a cathartically satisfying connection to.

 No.50360

>>50359
The state of you, go take your meds


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 No.229176[Reply]

No politics or religion in the crawl thread, please.
>Ambient sounds to wash away distraction
https://asoftmurmur.com/
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 No.229590

>>229588
whoa what are you, a faggot?

 No.229591

>>229576
>she stood there silently for a couple minutes with no comeback and then left

Yeah, sure and the audience gave a standing ovation?

 No.229593

>>229588
Yet you still eat from the garbage…

 No.229594

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 No.229595

>>229593
Yes. Now do you see what's funny about it?



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 No.46178[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Other one's basically full, so might as well create a new one.
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 No.47471

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Just finished Abzu. Very exploration-based. No challenge. The controls were a little weird, but moving around was pretty fun. Great attention to detail, especially with small bottom-dwelling creatures, like crabs and octopi, which respond in different ways when the player approaches. Another nice touch is if you can get large creatures like dolphins to school with you, they will breach at the same time.
It is a short, very beautiful game. Very relaxing. Definitely scratches the marine itch, like Subnautica, but has no gameplay elements in common.

 No.47473

finished Prey (2017) I had a lot of fun with it but it dragged on for too long in the end. Partly my fault as I tried to complete every single side quest available to me and obsessively searched every nook and cranny over and over again to pick up useless crap. Overall it was a decent "SystemShock2-like" and a way more engaging game than most AAA crap that get made these days.
The final twist is totally unnecessary and the game would have worked a lot better without it though. What were the writer(s) of this bad joke thinking?

 No.47476

>>47473

Maybe it's just me, but, just like with Dishonored, I found myself enjoying the DLC for that game way more than I did the base content. The main campaign just felt, I don't know, kinda boring, frankly. A lot of the areas you visit, competent as they are from a level design standpoint, just didn't leave that much of an impression on me. The fact that you need to end up backtracking so much later on really doesn't help matters either. Like you, I did all the side-quests & searched every last inch of space available, which, although partly my own fault I guess, just made everything that much more lame & tedious. I also, like you, didn't care much for the story. It wasn't terrible, but it wasn't exactly great either. Just kinda meh & mostly in the background, at least up until the end. The brother character, voiced by Benedict Wong, was pretty much the only worthwhile/interesting character, and to a lesser extent the black doctor guy & the cook.

Also, yeah. That ending was lame as hell. Personally, I couldn't help, but do a double take after I saw how many people claimed it was this amazing, groundbreaking twist when the "it was just a simulation" thing is such a well worn sci-fi trope. The tallying of deeds was cool, but that was about it. The Earth being overrun & destroyed was very DOOM 2-ish and somewhat sequel-baity as well. The lack of a final boss also sucked and was very anticlimactic. The real final boss was dealing with those damn loading screens, amirite? On that note, the last objectives, no matter which ones you choose to complete, are obnoxious as hell, given the backtracking they require with almost no enemy resistance.

What was that you didn't like about the ending, by the way?

Gameplay-wise it had some cool stuff (GLOO gun, various psi powers, the recycling mechanic, etc.), but enh. I don't know. It just felt like there was something missing to help bring it all together. Mimics, while a cool concept, were kinda underwhelming. To my mind, they just didn't feel threatening enough, in a bit of the same sense as nothing felt all that threatening in Dishonored either. You just have so many means at your disposal to blast, shred, & otherwise eviscerate them, that they essentially become nothing more than mere target dummies. YPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.47489

>>47476
Agreed on the game being too easy in general, I played on hard with traumas and with all the food, healing items laying around, the ones you can craft and the many operators all over the station you're never really in danger. It's the same with ammo, you can craft as much as you want but even without that there's quite a lot you can pick up anyhow.

yeah the simulation trope is just lazy and uninspired imo, it's like the devs were trying too hard to imply the player (you) is the one being tested, or that's how I interpret it. It just comes off as hamfisted… I mean, January and the human npcs already comment all the time on your decisions as you play the damn game anyway, so why go over it again? unlike you I didn't find the tallying of deeds to be cool at all, just redundant and painfully moralistic, and I say that as someone who played as a goody two shoes and opted to destroy the station and myself with it, even though I haven't touched any of the typhon upgrades! it's like nothing you have done mattered anyway, and while I wasn't really keen on doing another playthrough this dumb twist completely killed the thought and is already making me look back much less favorably on a game I did genuinely enjoy

 No.47509

>>47489

>and the many operators all over the station you're never really in danger. It's the same with ammo, you can craft as much as you want but even without that there's quite a lot you can pick up anyhow.


Yeah, exactly. Operators being able to refill your health, suit integrity, or psi points an unlimited amount of times just felt ridiculously forgiving. I personally played on nightmare and, like yourself, never found myself strained for supplies of any kind and, in fact, had a veritable mountain of health & psi hypos that I either just recycled or never used. That community made difficulty mod I mentioned before (a nightmare+, essentially), managed to make resources more scarce to an extent (like, for instance, removing the fucking laughably large amount of loot you'd get off mimic corpses), but, even in that, friendly operators were still around just like they were before which, in effect, made the thing not that much different from my first nightmare playthrough, difficulty-wise. Would disabling operators really have solved anything, though? Well, maybe a little, but, again, the very core of the game is designed in such a way that many things, like with Dishonored, are meant to make you feel strong & powerful, not the opposite. Even in SS2, & SS1, you had unlimited health refill stations in the form of the medbeds, with the addition of unlimited energy refill stations in SS1 as well. As an aside, in SS2 the fact that you need a special medical computer thingy, which themselves are quite rare, to attach to a medbed before you can use them, which are also quite sparse, made them feel more earned & special. Even with those similar forgiving elements however, those games felt way more tense &, in spite of things like refill stations, maintained a good balance between the player & everything else. Prey just doesn't have that, which is essentially a large part of the reason why I didn't really care for it so much in the end.

Same thing with cybermodules in SS2. That shit actually meant something, as opposed to neruomods which just felt as common & unexciting as cheap candy. In SS2 you couldn't become a master at everything, since there simply weren't enough cybermodules to allow for that. As a result, you were forced to specialize which, itself, made one's journey & charPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


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 No.161281[Reply]

Me mom wants me to study something next year,and since i cant do a full career at uni,we decided I have to do something computer-related,so im using electronics all day.
now,i dont know any language,I can use deep web,solve basic PC problems,but thats it.
can an adult learn from 0?is it possible to get a job or trade with programming or web-designer skills?
i eagerly await help and advice,im needing income

 No.161282

Programming isn't really a job you can learn once and you're golden. If you truly want a career in this field, it has to arise out of genuine interest because you're going to be spending a lot of time tinkering with complex systems and making them work together. Anyone can learn the basics of programming and follow programming logic, it's just that when it comes to writing code, certain kinds of people do better than others and it isn't related to intelligence as much as it is related to personality.

Having said that, you have millions of tutorials on youtube, as well as millions of premium courses on torrent sites. Anyone can learn, provided they spend enough time doing it and like I said, this personality trait of exploring on your own, figuring out how complex systems work, finding solutions, being a "tinkerer" etc. is a vital part of it.

I'd say start with python or javascript to learn the basics (codeacademy), move on to basic algorithms and data structures, then explore in directions you're interested in. Other than programming, to be a competent developer, you really need to understand how computers work from the ground up. Usually, a CS degree or something similar does a good job of giving you that foundation, but for stuff like web development, you can sort of get away with not understanding the lowest level of the machine.

 No.161414

>>161282
>certain kinds of people do better than others and it isn't related to intelligence as much as it is related to personality.
I am sorry if this sounds like a whiny lazy ass asking for shortcuts because he doesn't want to put in effort, because it is, but do you have a way to develop this "personality" you're talking about or for how someone not suited to programming to cope with it better? I don't think I have the personality for programming. I was expecting something like maths but I find programming tedious and boring. I am kinda stuck studying an IT related degree and I am desperate for a semi well-paid technical jobs where I don't need to interact with people as much so programming is my only chance at that. Do I just have to willpower through it or what?



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 No.209083[Reply]

Who else here would describe their situation as an incurable learned helplessness?
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I wouldn't call it incurable, since I try to avoid absolutes whenever possible. Learned hopelessness, and when I'm in a really bad place it does seem incurable…

 No.209197

>>209146
>People who go through life finding that they have the power to control their circumstances don't learn that their problems can't be fixed.
Well put.
>>209147
Where's that picture from?

 No.209200

>>209197
Looks like it is a shot from serial experiments lain. Its kind of hart to tell since it is heavily edited from the normal look of the show but that is clearly her hairstyle.

 No.209274

you can always unlearn something i suppose, not that it'd be easy

 No.209381

>>209200
It's from the 1998 playstation game.



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 No.2833[Reply]

I saw the poll and I know you're out there.

I dare you to share with me something good I haven't heard before. One of my hobbies is to *mine* for hidden gems on youtube.

I also like really cheesy italo songs.
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 No.3998

How did I not post this here before

 No.3999

>>3998
and the remix

 No.4349

>>2833
Have you heard this one? I suppose you at least know of Risen From The Rank - AIDS, but I prefer this one.

As far as cheesy Italo songs go, this one stands out to me: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nxEwSCkY1zs
What a strange mix of dark, heavy beats and cheery chorus.

 No.4890

I really like the dark atmosphere of this one.

 No.5289

Not quite Italo-Disco, but it's quickly becoming one of my favorites.



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 No.206895[Reply]

Any wizards balding? Just noticed my hair has thinning lathes all over my head. I've ordered finasteride medication and a hair growth shampoo but I'm not hoping for a miracle. Any others experience the same? Did you fight it or just shave completely? I was hoping to have a long white mane of white hair when older to go with my wiz beard
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>>208860
That's a good stache though, mine has a gap right at the middle. I can trace that gap even through Renaissance paintings. There are several people with the exact same gap as me.

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Notable widow's peak. Balding seems to be relatively gradual though.

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I've been balding since I was a teenager, it's the thing I hate most about my appearance by far. I never,never,never put much effort into being attractive but I'm gonna look like stewie griffin in another year or two if I don't do something. Not falling for the fin meme and I doubt any doctors here will even prescribe it. Might get a custom wig or hair transplants but I'm poor and haven't looked into it much.

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32 and balding badly. I've noticed that the process accelerated for some reason, but then again, my father started balding young, and so did my two brothers. It's a shitty situation
Plus I've been taking blood thinners since I was 14 and for the rest of my lifw, so yeah, that doesn't help neither.

I hate my extremely curly afro hair, but i prefer it rather than have nothing at all. My gigantic forehead only makes matters worse.

 No.209380

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Shave your head, and give yourself to the zone.



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 No.47426[Reply]

I guess there's LGBTQ+ game sales on steam now…                                                                                                                       
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 No.47498

>>47491
>I thought that a twitter joke/meme or something
It has been a real thing in certain circles for almost a decade and is only getting worse. They are dead serious about it too and will try to "cancel" anyone that doesn't play along with their bullshit.

>I hate how political lgbt is now

Are you retarded?
The LGBT movement has littrally always been a political movement with political ends. That is why it was formed in the first place. Shoot, politics is the whole reason it changed from the GLB to LGBT+.
Same with the rainbows as political symbolism was taken from black activism and appropriated to for fag activism (look up rainbow coalition).

 No.47501

>>47498
Well if you want to do something that is forbidden by law, then it is inherently political that you want to change the laws and make it legal.

So you can say that enjoying marijuana in any states it is illegal is inherently political

 No.47502

>>47501
LGBT is more like people who want to legalize pot being grouped in with people trying to legalize cocaine, and then meth, and so on and so forth.

 No.47503

>>47501
Again, are you retarded.
Being a weed user is not the same as being a weed activist.
Being gay is not the same as being a gay activist you dingdong.
The "LGBT movement" is and always has been a political activist movement. Being a fag is not inherently being apart of the LGBT moment.

For example, just because someone is female doesn't mean they are automatically a feminist. And being a feminist doesn't automatically mean they actually speak for females.

Do you get it now?

 No.47508

>>47502
This is a pretty accurate comparison. Homos have been squeezed into the same box as all kinds of maniacs who want to make their flamboyant degeneracy constitutional. The best defense against homophobia is not politics, but privacy.



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>Discuss games here that don't deserve their own thread.
I'm changing the scope of the board's general slightly this time. Let's discuss anything related to video games that don't deserve their own threads.

Any wiz here ever made something with RPG Maker? I'm seriously considering taking a plunge for the next year and make a serious attempt at making one RPG Maker game. The thing that is stopping me is thinking about better gaming engines like Unity and how far would I get in those if I spend a year messing with them instead.
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 No.47467

hooray, a new postal game! it's on steam now in early access. search for 'postal 4'.

 No.47504

>>47467
I have one and two, but three sucked dog ass so they have to earn my trust again.
I will say that at least it is actually in first person again. But I see shitty vehicle sections again too, and the whole thing looks 2 or 3 hardware generations old. Like something made 8-10 years ago.

Will wait for full release and reviews to come out before I even think of buying.

 No.47505

>>47456
Gamecube was not in any way obscure dude.
It was apart of the big three of that console generation.

 No.47506

>>47504
the guys made another expansion to 2 in like the last two years, which was a return to the formula of 2. Even if you aren't happy with the 4th, I'd recommend playing the new expansion.

 No.47507

>>47506
Didn't know that.
Will get around to it, but currently playing one of those fuck huge open world games so it is going to take me awhile.



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 No.229286[Reply]

This thread is for the civil discussion of anything towards a political nature, especially political ideology and current affairs.

last thread >>227590
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Based Trump dabbing on sjws on twatter

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Trump is muslimin. He supports Hassan Nasrallah and the Hezbollah against the zionists and the kurds.

Inshallah

 No.229580

>>229519
I don't think the fake news media has though that far ahead and expect the average view to not understand the geopolitics of the area.
Something/someone else is pulling their strings.

 No.229584

Fukuyama was right after all. It truly is the end of history. Alt-righters are just racists liberals with roman statues aesthetic who read Guénon and Spengler as a consumer lifestyle choice like how other eat hrt pills as a form of individual expression, and populists are not a red-brown alliance but liberal decelerationists who wish that their share of the cake would shrink more slowly.

 No.229596

>>229584
I don’t think they read Guenon. Evola’s excerpts maybe, if that.



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 No.209276[Reply]

Tell me why you're sad bros. Just let it out even if you don't know what it is.

I've had long bouts of apathy and boredom for no specific reason. It helped to be creative or just let it pass.
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 No.209354

there is no future for me
not in this society
not in any other type of society
I cannot delude myself to think otherwise as I see things clearly

when you know one day you will die a premature death by your own hand, there is no point in doing anything anymore nor trying to achieve anything

 No.209356

In a mental ward for the first time, forced. I am so sad. I want to hug my mom.

If I make it out of here I am going to ask if I can sleep in the same bed as her and cuddle. For now, I am cuddling my pillow and crying myself to sleep.

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cause i am and forever will be
stop pretending that you actually care about anyone on this site bakas

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 No.209379

I not even sure anymore
Many times I feel fear (maybe anxiety?) at just being around others
Though usually I repress those feelings enough so I can earn a living
Ever now and then I turn to binge drinking or disassociative substances to help relieve the stresses of daily life
Other times there is just a numbness and indifference for all things



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 No.229523[Reply]

How does one find a purpose in life? Something that actually brings fulfillment? Something to look forward to doing?

Since puberty (mid-20s now) I've just feel stuck, like no matter what I do I'm wasting my time, my life. Ultimately anything you do is a waste of time, but I don't want to feel that. That is the worst thing you can feel, that is what pure depression feels like.

But it isn't always depression, I exist either one of two states: full of anxiety or temporarily ignoring reality (which feels good by comparison, but it doesn't exactly make me feel satisfied or fulfilled in any way).

The more I think about it the clearer it becomes, and it's a scary thought. I know it scares you guys too because you're always in constant denial about it. "Humans are social animals", this phrase is basically a meme at this point, but that doesn't make it any less true.

What causes anxiety and depression to begin with? It almost always stems from society and being social. What brings happiness? It's usually the same thing. Your mental state is heavily dependent on society.

To the people in denial I ask: Why are you even here? A forum to communicate with other humans? What purpose does it serve you? I'm sure you can think of an excuse, but deep down the scary truth is you need to be social to be happy.

Unfortunately for most of us that means we're fucked. We attempt to get our social fix in other ways like media and online forums. We try to scrape up what little happiness we can get so we don't kill ourselves.

My conclusion is that the thing that makes people the most happy is belonging to some sort of social tribe or community.

I'd love to be proven wrong though, but I have a feeling most arguments posted will just be a way to cope with the reality that the way to happiness is something that is very scary to think about, or at least that's how I feel.

 No.229524

>u only post here because u want socialization and ur in denial durr hurr
shitpost discarded

 No.229526

Since your new here let me redirect you to the correct board >>>/dep/

 No.229527

>>229524
This is the type of denial I was talking about.

 No.229581

My existential anxiety has been lightened by realising my own insignificance. You are no more than an ant. It doesn't matter what you do. You have no real obligations. Any imagined sense of purpose is just an egocentric delusion. This means you can throw away the weight of the fear that you can "waste your time": everyone wastes their time, since there is nothing meaningful to do.

 No.229583

>>229523
>How does one find a purpose in life?

There's no purpose to find because we were not created to serve any purpose. We just exist. There reason? There's no reason. Something caused us to exist, but why would anyone think that it happened for a reason or to serve a goal? There's no such thing. What was the purpose in a dinasour's life?

> Something that actually brings fulfillment? Something to look forward to doing?


Whatever you find interesting or amusing enough.



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 No.160486[Reply]

I can't believe it's about to be 2020 in less than 4 months. It went by too fast. Still feels like 2009 was barely 4 years ago.
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 No.161019

>>161017
Wizboomer

 No.161020

The late 2010s is the better time if you compare it to the past two decades.

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>>160602
>>160591
..ping

>>160608
>TDLR Texas Official Government Meeting On Weather Modification
>https://www.bitchute.com/video/38c2kDdiYuHP/
be it local or global, they know it's possible, so they do it.
so you can stop being pathetic and grow up,
otherwise you end up being pathetic,
which needs to grow up,
like a penguin,
which resembles your patheticness,
without a need to grow up,
so he doesn't get caught.

>>160833
>It's every wizzy for himself obviously
no it is not.
you are just sick.

 No.161411

>>161017
i feel that way about 00s, so wonder if you are 10 years my senior

 No.161413

This was the decade I began to die both spiritually and physically. On a personal level, I've lost friends and family to drugs and illness. I've come to the realization that I can't hack it as a normal person working normal jobs. I can't interface properly with other human beings and memory issues have lead to embarrassing awkward conversations. What few friends I have left understand my problems, but there is money and distance between us. I've also said hurtful things while abusing alcohol that I can't take back. My mom was in the hospital again earlier this year and I know she will not be here in 2030. My survival instincts have kicked in and I'm preparing myself for life after her death. If I can't find steady income working solitary jobs, I will be in a homeless shelter, jail, or dead in ten years.



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