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 No.194001[Reply]

Do you have driver's license? What car do you drive? I got my driver's license 2 years ago, it was a terrible struggle to get it during a the Covid-shutdown, but it was one of the best decesions of my life. It really improved my situation and helped a lot with my depression, gave me massive freedom to be able to drive wherever/whenever I wanted to go, without my parents.

I'm a poor wagie so I could only afford an old Open Astra, but it does the trick perfectly and cheep to maintain.
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 No.195712

>>194001
I feel sorry for wizards who can't drive. It's a real game-changer.

 No.195785

>>194007
Driving manual is hard. I hate it but most cars are manual in my country, including the car my parents gave me. As soon as I have enough money, I'm getting an automatic vehicle.

 No.195850

>>195698
What makes you think that? I finally got my car back on the road the other day after using nothing but public transport for the past couple years, and I'm not even in some dense urban situation.

Nice having a car again now that I do more than occasionally go to a shopping center or downtown to the government buildings, and not having to worry about sunday/holiday schedules and possibly getting stranded somewhere.

 No.195884

>>195712
Enjoy crashing and dying faggot, oops sorry teehee.

 No.195948

>>195884
What's the downside?



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 No.195947[Reply]

Any wizards experimented with extended periods of silence? I'm talking months and months of no music, podcasts, videos, etc.

I wish to no longer stimulate the social faculties of my brain at all. Hence, I wish eventually phase out images of humans. I've already cut out online communication quite effectively, and am breaking the streak briefly to acquire this information.

I am certain I will feel more depressed and suicidal in the first few days of silence, but have any wizzies experienced what happens afterwards? Is there a sense of peace and disconnect that follows?


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 No.36185[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Post ITT when you finish an anime, and write something about it. Can be anything from brief unrefined feelings to long formal reviews.

Last thread: >>32036

This thread can also be helpful for people looking for things to watch.
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 No.39411

>>37992
I just started watching this today. So far I'm really enjoying it. It's actually gotten me back into anime. It reminds me of Yokohama Drive in a weird way.

 No.39469

https://myanimelist.net/anime/33983

I watched Onihei. Here are my thoughts:

I dropped this halfway through but picked it up again a few months later and managed to complete it. Overall it was pretty mediocre but did have a couple positive qualities. Foremost, this show does a good job of depicting the 18th-century Japan setting, both visually and from a sociological perspective – many social themes that prevailed during that time period are featured in the writing (ex. caste system, prostitution and infidelity, criminality and law enforcement, gambling and drinking). This anime can be interesting from a sociological perspective. That said, I found the constant focus on burglaries became boring and repetitive, even from early in the runtime. The screentime used to demonstrate the thievery (like sneaking in, etc.) is often quite dull and repetitive, as well as lacking creativity. The low-budget undynamic animation also certainly did not complement these burglary scenes. Although there are many frames in which the setting (ex. building architecture) looks nice, the animation is not dynamic at all – it often feels like a Powerpoint presentation. There are certainly some nice static shots in here, but the character animation feels very low effort, including during the short-lived action scenes.

The plot is mostly episodic with stories that are self-contained within their respective episodes. However, there is a core set of characters who persist across episodes. Unfortunately, these recurring characters are underdeveloped and not particularly likeable or memorable in any way. The episodic plots usually involve the characters reacting to some kind of conflict (i.e. generic burglary scheme #9001 + ratchety hoodrat drama that belongs on Jerry Springer), leaving little room for any kind of character development – this issue is compounded by the large size of the cast. Overall I found the storywriting tedious and repetitive. The episodic plots are quite generic and felt like they came off an assembly line – there was nothing in here that I hadn't already seen many times before in fictional writing. Like, a third of the episodes somehow involve a guy falling in love with some dumpy hooker bitch – this gets tiresome very fast, yet the theme gets repeated over and over in the writing; it was eyeroll-inducing.

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 No.39482

cyberpunk edgerunners was cool

 No.39488

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Remembered this show that I saw several episodes of on Cartoon Network a long time ago called s-CRY-ed. I remembered really liking the main character's design even though it's kind of generic I guess (the whole show is a bit generic, being a fight-fight-fight anime). I wound up watching the whole series today and, even though I'm a lot older than when I first watched it, it was still entertaining enough. Comparing it to Kill La Kill or Gurren Lagann, I think I like this show more (although the animation quality is probably better in those two, but I haven't seen them in years).
Only two things that really bothered me were a horrible recurring gag with one of the characters and that two episodes are basically recaps but contain just enough plot development that I didn't want to skip over them entirely. Not gonna endorse it because I'm not going to accept blame for anyone who wastes time on it and doesn't enjoy it.

 No.39504

anyone can tell me the name of this anime
https://i.imgur.com/tsNdn49.gifv


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 No.261848[Reply]

Do you find it depressing or liberating that nothing we do will ever matter?
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>>264673
lol i wish i never existed

 No.264758

I wish it was true. It sucks that all of it does matter because proportionally almost none of it matters in a positive way. And before the braindead retards in this thread get confused again, you should really take a moment to figure out what something "mattering" means because it's dreadfully simple and overtly present and objectively here in our lives. It's pain. Pain matters. Your pain. Otherwise you would not have gotten up to eat today. It's really that straightforward. You care so it matters.

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>>264758
I don't think mattering matters as confusing as it sounds. Life is so meaningless to the point knowing its meaningless is meaningless, I rather just live life as usual and wait till the days end. I'm gonna die no matter what so I might aswell enjoy the shitshow

 No.265114

>>265113
But does that bother you? If so, why are you shook by the idea that nothing "matters"?

 No.265386

idk somtimes both



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 No.195493[Reply]

Well, I'm a NEET, again… I'm 28 years old with little employment history, what's stored for me, wizbros?
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 No.195577

I've been NEET 11 years. My advice? Don't feel bad about enjoying hobbies. There's a good chance you will not be able to enjoy anything after enough time.

 No.195591

>>195577
My advice is enjoy your hobbies while your NEETdom lasts, wageslaving WILL kill your soul and any energy to do things in your free time, and im not exaggerating

 No.195610

>>195493
Everyone hating you if they don't already. 34 year old NEET reporting in.

 No.195936

>>195610
29 here and got my very first jobby-job (slang for shit min wage job). At least I am sat on my ass most of the day, but the point about having no time to better yourself is the worst part. I can't do anything. I can't get lost down a rabbithole or make video or music projects anymore. By the time I switch my pc on I'm toasted and winding down for bed.

 No.195946

>>195523
Evolution didn't make succubi for working. They're supposed to have few rights and basically just make children for normalfags and take care of them while they're young, and do some light domestic work.

I think the succubi understand this subconsciously, and this is why they look down on "lazy" males. They understand that men are supposed to do all the real work they themselves are largely incapable of doing. But they don't want to acknowledge the other side of the equation, that they're basically supposed to be property of the normalfags, and not independent. The religion of gender equality and rights of succubi have caused this situation.



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 No.265210[Reply]

After being rejected overwhelmingly in several situation thru life, I cannot still understand the real motive, and thinking objectively cannot reach any other conclusion than it being due how stupid normals are. I usted to feel a shame that got vanished thru years yet I feel still that some of it remains in the deep zones of my mind… The toxic idea of "the problem being yours, anon" brought by peer pressure only gets you wrecked while normgroids are just being psychotically mean. Like pulling through my mind an idea like a stab, as if attempting to make me even more miserable while the numbers against me are an undeniable proof of me being… whatever I be, which they see and I don't. Blaming me for their malignity, for the sake of killing my already lowered spirit.

As an easy example: after earning low karma enough at reddit, definitely I don't come but to conclude that such place is a toxic pit of bitter, self-deceiving cattle, they just gather there knowing that numbers will support them, even within subreddits that are supposedly far far away from normalidiocy.

Share thoughts.
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 No.265349

>>265344
Better a NEET than warehouse wagecuck.

 No.265370

>>265344
He was a middle-aged man projecting on youtube. I'm pretty sure that's the bottom.

 No.265379

>>265349
>>265370
I agree. Thats why i put the word worse in quotation marks. Sorry for not being clearer.

 No.265384

Same I Have a degree in hvac engineering with 3/5 GPA. I havent Landed a Job and now im going to hvac trade school. I'm just tired of trying. Why Do I Have to Be a Rockets surgeon Banker just so Land a Job?

 No.265385

>>265344
>>265344

This. Think of Any highly educated Jobs like electrical engineer. Things can Be explained in very simple way and The things you Do at your work in your first year Are not complicated. Sure The assignments at college Are absolute bullshit but take 100 engineers that Are employed, none of them would Be able solve them years after college.

Normies just spin Their work to Be More difficult that is actually is. Mainly in Pursuit of status. I Have an acquintance that is working a pretty Good work, Works from home 3 days a week and makes good money. He always jokes about how he just forwards All difficult questions to The Guy in The basement. I dunno If normies bullshit Their Job status Their inside Their friends circles, But If you arent inside it its just sad how serious they Are about Their Jobs.

Mediocre normies always take needless pride in some pathetic shit in Their lives. I was in army (mandatory here) at 19 years old and I had never cooked food myself because i never had to until Then. There was a Guy that tried to absolute shit on me because of this. He was fat and in terrible shape. It was just so pathetic hill to die on.

Not a native english speaker, excuse My retardation.



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 No.39502[Reply]

Official thread for all things Rozen Maiden related, don't forget to talk about the best succubus, desu!

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 No.195901[Reply]

Wizards are not neurotypical, I'm starting to realize that wizard are not neurotypical, or I'm wrong? Need some insight on that question.
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 No.195918

Iv met both kinds of wizard I even have a folder of aspie quiz charts. At this point I assume the only reason a neurotypical would become a wiz would be due to being handed an unfortunate hand genetically in terms of bodily symmetry/functionality or some large scale trauma warping their character.

 No.195920

>>195901
I know what neurodivergent means. I am such a person. Honestly its kind of a nice turn. It's about saying that some peoples brains are different from what is usual but such differences don't necessarily mean that they're broken. E.g. autists can be highly successful in the right professions because they're very focused, perfectionist, and obsessive. They are not on a normie wave length but still do okay. There's all levels of functioning, though.

 No.195923

so many threads on the catalog are single sentence retarded questions. I guess this site really is dying.

 No.195930

The young Nietzsche wrote something along the lines of "O gods give me insanity so that I can have faith in myself". Insanity and mental instability or simply being weird or odd are the requirements for living an interesting life.

I came to realize that basically 99% people I come into contact with think of me as an autist, schizo or simply crazy person. That's fine with me. Being insane just means that you are alone in the world, you have a unique perception of the world and things others can't share or don't want to accept.

I was always interested in weird or insane people. To refer back to Nietzsche people always go on about "oh poor guy going insane like that" but I always thought he was at his best/most awesome when he went full crazy. Greatness depends upon being weird and unusual, even being mad.

From our perspective it is the normals who are mad and don't make sense. Let them believe whatever they want with their 50 IQ and cattle morals.

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 No.195803[Reply]

Are you spiritual or religious in any sense?
I'm nearing killing myself, I've been spiritual/religious most of my adult life despite an atheist phase when an adolescent, I'm thinking about confessing myself in a church before jumping.
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 No.195938

>>195933
New Age is about stealing concepts from all over the place, I mean from myths and religions that don't have any connections to the abrahamic lore and religions. So like pagan religions of all kinds, eastern religions like hinduism, jainism, buddhism, tao or from different kinds of esoteric or occult traditions. Many of these traditions are much older than christianity itself so New Age can be a deceiving name.

I hold the opinion that abrahamic religions are inherently low quality compared to other religions and spiritual pursuits. Mainly because they don't or didn't allow free thought at all, everyone who dared to bring new colors into them got branded as heretics and got stoned/burned/etc. The most interesting branch of Christianity was gnosticism and the church made sure to kill off gnostics and to get rid of gnostic teachings. Shame. Honestly, if you ask me, it is for the better that the West got de-christianized.

If you or anyone else wants spiritualism there are tons of better alternatives for it: gnosticism, eastern religions, satanism, paganism, pretty much anything is better than abrahamic religions. Avoid Judaism, Christianity, Islam at all costs.

 No.195940

>>195938
>so New Age can be a deceiving name
that's a good point

 No.195942

na im atheist bro. i believe when we die life is over. no afterlife.

 No.195943

>>195942
but if we escaped from the void once why couldn't it happen again?

 No.195944

>>195942
death is only the beginning for a wizard and after death we're finally free of the nasty body, so we can work out some really great spells
don't despair, wizard



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 No.264870[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Post here when you don't have enough to say for a topic and it's too depressing for the general crawl thread.
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 No.265377

I hate how shitty behavior is so glorified everywhere now. Like turning loser serial killers into superstars by making documentary after documentary about them. These guys were middle aged schlubs stuck in menial jobs with low IQs, and yet because they hurt people they're worshipped, what? And despite the /r9k/ rhetoric, it's not just hybristrophilic white succubi watching that garbage, plenty of guys talk about Dahmer and the others. It's not just those serial killer shows, it's a good portion of entertainment. So much entertainment now glorifies and glamorizes anti-social behavior. Prison shows, drug shows, every second comedy featuring le hilarious sociopath character that's entirely self serving.

I feel like I'm alone in the world for feeling visceral disgust towards this shit, but I know it wasn't always like this. Reading and watching entertainment from decades ago showed that this worship of evil just wasn't in our culture. Gilligan's Island, Columbo, the classical Star Trek just to name a few. Go back even further like a hundred years and it's even more jarring.

 No.265378

>>265377
true crime has always been popular, I don't know what you're going on about, cherrypicking random popular media from the past doesn't mean nothing different from those existed at the time

 No.265380

We are alone in a world that cannot provide meaningful language.

 No.265381

>>265380
We've got bigger fucking problems than language

 No.265383

>>265377

The problem with dahmer is he was Raised very religiously by probably sub 100 iq parents. His faggotry combined with The religious stupidity coped him to kill The guys.


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 No.6909[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Post any rap here.

Young Thug "All Over" (prod. by Metro Boomin, TM88 & Southside)
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 No.9227

Even Heathens (IllTemper & King Gordy) "Trap"

 No.9228

Kuniva ft. Cef Allah "Hands Up to 85"

 No.9230

>>6909

(C)rap

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 No.62503[Reply]

Any type of writing is allowed, from lyrics, to poetry, to essays, and anything in between.

Last Thread:
>>>/hob/46012

Some discussion starters for the thread:

>What are you writing right now?


>What's your favorite thing to write about?


>Is there anything important about writing that you wish you knew earlier?


>What literary devices do you implement in your writing?


>Is there anything that you're planning to improve on in your writing?
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 No.62640

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Human life is transient, an ephemeral drop of water from an eternal rainfall, it manifests as a particularisation of the will but then reforms back into the will – losing its individuality – the atman or meta-consciousness is illusory, as in that is merely a particular transient object of something immortal. Brahma, the immortal will, the primordial, where causality itself can not apply to. It is the fundamental building block of transient existence. There is not why it exists, and that is why there is no fundamental meaning of existence, all meanings of existences are conceptual abstractions. Only objects have true purpose, humans apart from their will to life are nothing but beings who have brought this meaning to conceptual abstraction. To find meaning, we must know that we are transient beings, and that when we our returned back to the infinite will, we are as finite beings capable of conceptual abstractions, who build upon the edifices of the will, a certain personality based upon the reflections of experiential states. When we die, our primal “consciousness” is returned back and us the transient “observer” a function of experiential states being self-reflected on, disappears. This is what is meant by reincarnation, because we are intrinsically Brahma or will, that is our essence extrinsically we are us, the person who reflects upon experiential states. Animals do not have a reflective observer and thus are closer to brahma, humans are an absurd being capable of self-reflection of will and find the world through its temporal-spatial scaffolding absurd! Only with the recognition that this absurdity is merely the human conception of ‘causality’, causality can not be applied to the primordial and with these contradictions’ existentialism entails. The reason Abrahamic conceptions of God are so criticized is because benevolence entails the reduction of suffering, just as one wishes his child the bests and not to suffer excruciating pain leaves one imagining that only a God that finds himself enamoured by the suffering of lesser beings could create such a world – but the world is so filled with beauty, unimagine beautifulness that the horrors of the world are subsidiary to it. But the will is neither good or evil, for those are only conceptual abstractions. Good is merely the altruistic concern we have over others for our own survival, what is civilisation but a social pact that prioritizes the collective rather then the individual, we find ourselves tired Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.62813

I wrote another book, a short one. Finished it around a year and a half ago just never bothered promoting it. Here's both a free copy and the amaZOG link to it if you wanna support me buying one it is much appreciated.

files.catbox.moe/4s8yl4.pdf
amazon.com/dp/B09B1QNGR1

 No.62816

>>62813
>amy freeman
MOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOODS

 No.62817

>>62816
probably just a fake name. you can publish to amazon kindle using any author's name. i have tons of old public domain stuff listed, nothing in my real name

 No.62826

>>62816
It's just a pseudonym calm down



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 No.194088[Reply]

Im at college because of family pressure. Tried software development, failed misserable cause im a brainlet. Now Im on graphic design and animation, but I dont give a shit about it, cause most of the classes are dumb fillers of pure theory (which I hate cause im a brainlet), I just want to work with my hands, not listen to an idiot all day. I didnt went to class today because its so boring, I hoped ritalin would help but it didnt. Now what? Is it okay to be a min wage slave? should I go for it? or should I sacrifice my mental health so I can draw as a job?
And how can I deal with pressure? Help me Wizs
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 No.194143

>>194140
>>194138
All that AI shit is trained on human made images, music, etc. it’s just a tool.

 No.194160

>>194140
>>194143

On a professional level a lot of workers will eventually lose their jobs because a huge amount of people rather buy a cheaper AI instead of paying loans to humans for actual work, if there's a cheaper option that gets the job done people will go for it. AI never gets tired and it doesn't need an hourly wage and demands way lower commission rates and so forth.

AI will be able to do a lot more in a decade and it's just another sign that we're running out of things to do in the future.

 No.194168

>>194131
> Why should I even live if im not good at anything? No intelligence, no talent, no social skills, nothing

Same… I also have nothing positive quality about me. Just pure genetic trash

 No.195910

manual labor fucking sucks. fucking sucks. fucking sucks. yes i wrote it three times because it sucks that bad especially in hot weather if i could be reborn a office garch or this life of physical slave labor i choose former every tim

 No.195941

>>194103
Mexico, huh? A farm? Do they use a weed whacker? I recently took mine to the local repair guy. He was overloaded with work, and after three days' delay he took it apart in front of my eyes, removed the carburetor, cleaned it, changed the diaphragm, and got it running. Took him about 20 minutes and charged me $250 MXN.
Motors are very simple things, really. The main reason I had to take it to repair was that I was too much of a pussy to do it myself and risk damaging it due to lack of experience.
I don't much like machines, really. I do like plants. I like plants that take care of the selves, and produce some yield. I am too fucking lazy to grow corn or beans or any of that shit. I too would hate farm job if I had to do that, but I like gardening and I have some freedom to grow nice things like plantain, prickly pears, habanero peppers, among others.
I also like animals, particularly fowl, though I don't have many. I would like to have quails, turkeys, ducks, rabbits and tilapia besides my chickuns. All or which are low maintenance and can be eaten.
If you find anything you like and could profit from that, your folks might be receptive to the idea and perhaps provide with a modest start.

>>194093
The US is fucking hell, I strongly advise against that.



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 No.265355[Reply]

Has anyone else here suffered from uncurable long term physical and/or mental illness? How do you cope?

Ever since I was 11-12 and realizing how screwed I am I just completely gave up on everything. What was the point of even trying anything when I am ultimately always going to be unhappy and suffering? I just became extremely apathetic and depressed and I have never recovered. I'm currently kept semi-stable with lots of medication, but things still just suck and I'm apathetic as ever if I'm not using escapism tactics

 No.265373

>Has anyone else here suffered from uncurable long term physical and/or mental illness? How do you cope?
I voicechat on wizcord.

 No.265374

>>265355

I have OCD. It is uncurable. And it is fucking hell. What is the point of being a loner daydreamer and escapist when you can't use your imagination without inflicting unpleasant images, thoughts or feelings. You want to fantasize about hanging out with your waifu? Too bad, you can't! However, here are some realistic scenes of you being tortured and humiliated, or being sent to hell after death or whatever. Enjoy!



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 No.265345[Reply]

What is holding me back is I am religious person.
hoping for uncle jesus salvation .I don't know if suicide is what determines whether a person gains entrance into heaven. I tell myself some people did it and god forgave them. others waited for natural death in hope for god mercy yet they doomed in hell it's all god decision and all things are determined.
but for me Life is to fucking long and it seems i am going nowhere wethere i try or not. i just pass the time waiting for getting old and die natural death .
I'm in my 20's and feel like I'm in my 50's I'm tired of this shithole life I should of died in my 20's. People say life is short it's really not but time does fly by which is weird. The suffering of clinical depression and other health issues make life feel like a never ending nightmare.
Fuck you rigged life.
You've given me nothing but pain, fuck you.
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 No.265348

Just do it, your mind seems pretty made up.

 No.265350

I see no reason suicide would be worse than the other sins most people commit daily
God ultimately is able to pass true judgement. In the mortal realm there is no answer to if your suffering is greater and capability is lower, or if it’s in your control as some free-floating free will and a lack of pushing that is your creation . In this fallen world the masses will always blame you and claim this is all your creation because it frees them of any responsibility or ownership. Competing interests in a fallen world. We live in a world where heresy is becoming mainstream lol, you can’t appreciate gods glory without it being in the shadow of total suffering. This world gives us nothing meaningful and only god can judge these ambiguous judgement between human experience, and in death god will give true judgement . To suffer hell knowing it is the true justice from a true god with all knowing isn’t that bad. My experiences make me think god would forgive me for suicide.
Whatever though you do you.

 No.265360

>Futile and hopeless labor

What, like living? You're just delaying the inevitable. Do what you can to push your death away a little further, you will all die anyway. Everything you know yourself to be will die with you and all that remains is an echo, if you're lucky.

 No.265367

The Christian God won't forgive you for your suicide, though. Pretty much all christian churches agree that suicide is an extremely big sin. Even murderers and all kinds of evil-doers weren't despised so much as those who killed themselves in christian cultures. If you died by suicide the church refused to even bury you properly in a cemetery for a long time, this only changed in recent times.

Entertaining the thought of suicide is like giving the middle finger to the creator and his world. So I'd advise you to look for a non-jewish deity to worship and forget about Christianity and all other abrahamic forms of religion. If you can grasp how horrible life can be then you are too intelligent for this jewish optimism and nonsense.

Suicide is the best answer if your living conditions make it impossible for you to get any enjoyment out of life. Otherwise, if you can do what you love to do and enjoy then go on living as long as you can in this state.

 No.265371

Brother, I know this is gonna sound all wacky and shit but just buy a cabin with whatever money you have left and enjoy life. Gain freedom. Whats pushing you back is being caged. Have an amazing day and hopefully you sort it out.



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 No.27916[Reply]

Is anyone else exceedingly bothered by the fact that they forget anime they've seen? It's like losing an important part of yourself. All these worlds and characters, even if they're fictional, feel dear to me, yet I forget what happened to them and sometimes their existence as a whole. Of course, you can re-watch anime (I'm on a spree of doing that right now), but it still upsets me.

It's as if these shows are disposable information to fill my time with, and can subsequently be discarded once I've "consumed" them. I despise my brain for failing to even roughly recollect the events of an episode I saw a month ago, yet recalling that time a random kid in elementary school made a sarcastic comment about my cellphone on the landing of the northeast stairwell, between the third and second floor. Do I have a normalshit brain that marks memories pertaining to fictional stories as unimportant and consequently, readily deletes them? How can I remember the series I've seen better? As autistic as it sounds, I've resorted to taking notes on anime and reviewing them at irregular intervals, but even that ends up in me only remembering the general plot of the show, with the finer details as well as recollections of the sounds and visuals falling through the cracks.
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 No.38999

>>27916
Just watch what you like

 No.39480

>>27916
I was never particularly autistic about remembering anime, especially the ones I enjoyed less. I rewatch my favorites sometimes and it definitely helps but for some lesser known anime or OVAs is very difficult for me to remember. It's a mixture of convoluted storytelling and not being able to talk about it to anyone (memory is built on repetition) that makes it so I forget a lot about it besides key points or my favorite character's personality and traits. Having some internet friends or an imageboard will one hundred help if you're forgetful.
When I first got into monster of the week anime I used to keep track of episode quality on a small list, that way when I look back at the show after finishing it, I'd see how much I enjoyed or didn't enjoy it. It was annoying to keep track of all that shit so I eventually stopped. Ultimately, things like a shitty ending can ruin your enjoyment of a show even if you liked 90% of it, cause bad things stay in your mind for longer. That happened multiple times on me and I sometimes look back on episode lists and think to myself "yeah, that was worth the shitty ending"
I guess what I'm trying to say it that I think that even if you forget the show, you shouldn't forget how you felt about it. Even if you mix up memories and confuse a show with something else or forget the title or develop some fake memories on top of that, you should have faith in yourself and say "Yeah that anime… I forgot the entire second quarter but holy fuck was it hype!".
Don't blame your brain that you forgot anime plot points, and don't think that "I forgot this so it must be bad", if you've seen 100-200 anime you've got full rights to be forgetful. With that in mind it's not good to discuss anime like that, if you attempt to talk about a show you've seen 8 years ago online people will notice and call you a faggot.

 No.39481

actually first time this happened a few days ago. was checking mal and noticed something i finished and rated and could not for the life of me remember anything about it

i think i might have been doing a sleep deprivation experiment at the time though to trigger lucid dreams…

 No.39495

>>27916
When I first discovered anime and manga I was in a really fucked situation, I would sleep for 0-4 hours a day and I desperately needed something to cope with my shit life with, so I immediately pounced on anime and manga and started consuming them at immense speeds. I would go through at least 2 anime every single day and this continued for like 4 years straight, so I must have finished far more than a thousand anime/manga in just those 4 years, after that I went coldfish for a few years, during which I perfectly forgot about every single one of them.
In all 5 of the manga I've finished reading recently, I realized either halfway through or at the end that I had read through the entire thing at least once before.

 No.39501

>>39495
I've been through the exact same thing



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 No.193122[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

What's your age and your country? Simple as, no hiding question or anything, just what's your age and country? My? I'm 28 years old from Brazil.
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>>195931
living in Netherlands to smoke weed everyday

 No.195934

20
russia

it's over

 No.195935

I can't say how old I am I'll get banned

 No.195937

>>193290
Я тоже, друг, правда, не знаю, оставаться мне или пытаться уехать (хотя я формально не годен с категорией Д - но вдруг дойдёт до мобилизации негодных, мало ли что может быть).

I am from Russia, 25 years old. Technically unfit for military service, but contemplating immigration in case they start conscripting those who are unfit.

 No.195939

>>195935
That is just as much of a confession as plainly stating what age you are. Kids are fucking dumb lmao.


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 No.264708[Reply]

So, uh, state your best excuses to not suicide here. Seems like no one bothered to make a new thread
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>>264863
I kind of feel like this too. I don't know if i could really do all the well if I only had one more chance. I feel like I would need at least ten to live a good life.

 No.265039

Anyone know a cheaper source for nitrite other than intimcuisine

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 No.265364

Honestly, I'm unsure as to why I haven't killed myself yet. I've been suicidal since I was 10, maybe 11. Infact you could even say that I have been suicidal since I was 7 or so, though back then my reason for wanting to kill myself wasn't because life sucks but because I had a morbid curiosity regarding what happens after you die. I remember trying to kill myself at age 11, it was a sudden fit. I had slept for maybe 10 hours the entire past week, and I just had to get woken up by my father loudly cussing, out of all things. I thought about the usual routine, eat stale bread with butter, then fuck off to school in the freezing cold, where I would have to deal with over a thousand screaming elementary schoolers for some 8 hours, doing fucking nothing but staring at the walls while surrounded by adults and children who all think I'm mentally ill, bar none. I'm honestly glad nobody ever found out that I tried to kill myself, I'd probably have to live a life far worse than the one I have if they did. It sucked fucking ass having to wipe my tears, get yelled at by my father for not changing in time, and then walk all the way over to school though. Didn't help that my impromptu suicide attempt made me miss out on my breakfast either.

I've thought about how maybe I don't actually want to kill myself, that would explain why I haven't done so despite being suicidal for a decade and a half, but I doubt it's true. I used to hate my family for lots of good reasons, and in fact I even tried to stab them, but now it's cooled off and I just don't want anything to do with them. I get overworked everyday until I'm dead exhausted. I've never really interacted with any succubi at all, not even in kindergarten or elementary or whatever, I haven't wanted to interact with them either. I haven't had any friends since 4th grade. I used to have an online friend that I'd play games with but now he's like a neglected puppy because I don't have enough time. I simply don't gain enjoyment from life, I haven't even masturbated in years and I eat bread/rice/eggs and drink water and coffee. Beer makes me feel good but I don't even bother to drink it for some mysterious reason. In my free time I just sit in front of the computer and browse the web, not bothering with games, anime, etc. I get in this bizarre semi-conscious state where I can only vaguely tell where I am or what I am doing, after writing a post I might stare at it puzzled wondering whether it was me who Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.294375[Reply]

Greetings

I am wondering if anyone here suffers from gaming/internet addictions? any ideas on how to scale back on those?
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>>294380
We're not living in tribes and in contact with nature anymore, society is an artificial construction and to live in society is to be behaving artificially.
And thus you do what you brain doesn't want to do, but since the brain is malleable you can just adjust it to live perfectly in this artificial construction.

 No.294393

If you want a detailed breakdown of sports betting odds and how they’re
formulated by the oddsmakers, you want to stop by our guide to reading sports betting odds.

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>>294380
good post, but as usual with these threads, the op wants to be fed mundane advices and self-help rubbish. stuff he already knows but it's more about being told to do it by some authoritative figure.

 No.294403

Gaming is fine since it is a solitary hobby, do it as much as you like.

Browsing the internet on the other hand can kill your mind and soul if you do it too much. Practice moderation in this and you'll be fine. I pretty much only use the internet to get things I want like books, movies and anime or to read wikipedia articles or to listen to music on youtube (I have youtube comments disabled thanks to some add-on.) I come here to post and talk with people for a little but that's it. There is nothing worth going on on the net if you ask me. Image boards and social media are cancer. People are cancer. Avoid them if you can.



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 No.195641[Reply]

We have these threads every once in a while. What is your current worldview, philosophy, religion, opinions in general about life, etc? I think I'm not the only one around here who changes his worldviews or modifies them quite often.

In a few sentences: I'm an anarchist/left-libertarian, anti-materialist, I prefer asceticism over hedonism, I'm an atheist but I am interested in spiritualism, I believe in souls and free will and that death isn't the end, I reject reincarnation or the idea of eternal recurrence though. I think morality is subjective and that universal morals don't exist, I also think that people can't be anything but egoists. I reject hollow pacifism and believe that lots of bad things could have been avoided during history if people were more decisive and aggressive in certain matters, in other words I think violence has its place in life, we just need to know when to use it and against whom. I hold the belief that animals have souls too and indeed, everything in existence, even plants and rocks and artificial stuff. I view vegetarianism and veganism as feel good morality crap and since you can't exist without hurting other beings at all might as well enjoy our place in nature and eat meat. I am anti-racist, anti-nationalist and believe in equal rights and responsibilities for men and wymen. I have a soft spot for those who are weak or useless in the eyes of society but I have a burning hatred for persons of authority of any kind (teachers, doctors, policemen, politicians, religious leaders, lawyers, judges, etc) and privileged/rich people in general. I think our world is only a reflection of a higher dimension, including us too. Everything we can think of exists on a higher plane of existence and everything that exists in this world has a true essence that exists outside of time and space. I maintain that reason is only a tool in the end and that emotions matter more and our every choice and act is motivated by our feelings rather than our rationality.

What about you?
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 No.195895

>>195889
All your wall of text could be replaced by a simple 'proper regulation', everything good has a proper foundation. 
To destroy something and prefer to remain on the wild due to malfunctions is not the smartest of choices.
In anarchy, what guarantees that a bunch of people ready to oppress others won't join forces just as in a organized system?

 No.195897

>>195895
To destroy something unnecessary and oppressive to my person is a smart choice to me. I don't reap much benefit from living under a state as opposed to some people. I don't think persons of authority helped me solve anything, ever, in fact they only made my life harder.

>In anarchy, what guarantees that a bunch of people ready to oppress others won't join forces just as in a organized system?

Nothing, since anarchy won't magically fix everything by itself, it is a political form only. It all depends on the people. But nothing good in life is easy to achieve, it is true in this case too. We will just have to be vigilant and prevent assholes from being assholes and oppressing us again.
I could also ask, what guarantee is there that our leaders and state in any form will ever have the best interest of the people in mind instead of the privileged few who happen to rule everything?

 No.195900

>>195786
>I dont know what i subscribe to politically, i have gone from different extremes, i was a fascist, commie, anarchist, i could never be a basic bitch liberal or conservative. I hate centrists. I think ive just settled on being a pessimist.
I share your feelings/experiences to some extent. I was raised in a christian family but my father is kind of open-minded, he is anti-liberal but was always open to socialist stuff. Anyway, I feel that the extremes have somehow more in common with each other, even if they appear to be polar opposite at first glance, than with moderate or centrist opinions.

Like you I tried to be most of these things too. I was a nazi during my teens (who isn't?), then I had a communist period, now I'm an anarchist. I didn't find the conservative and liberal attitudes to be satisfying either.

Though I'm not so much of a pessimist in regards to the future politically. Who knows what the future will bring? Every system is bound to end sooner or later, it is true for this neo-liberal or post-liberal as you called it capitalism we live in too. If outside forces and cultures can't destroy it then it will destroy itself eventually. I refer to the inconsistencies inherent in the current world-order of the West first of all, like importing muslims and trying to be multicultural while they (the people who import them) are liberals. It won't work out well.
Back to the topic of political extremism, I think one unifying factor is possibly the anti-middle class agenda behind these ideologies (fascism, communism, anarchism). Fascism is elite based, the other two are proletariat based but I feel they share lots of things in common, like hatred of capitalism, bourgeoise values (hedonism and consumerism) and traditional christian values. At the end of the day it doesn't really matter what you call the enemy, jews or rich capitalists, you roughly attack the same group of big money people/capitalist overlords/merchants.

 No.195908

>>195897
>To destroy something unnecessary and oppressive to my person is a smart choice to me
I asumme that the next statement is also correct
'To build something necessary and liberating to my person is a smart choice to me'
Im not pro-system, im just with something that works well, those happen to be well made systems, heck, even living alone in an automated farm in a remote island is valid, im just trying to refute your arguments to make you reach accuracy.

>what guarantee is there that our leaders and state in any form will ever have the best interest of the people in mind instead of the privileged few who happen to rule everything?

The same thing that guarantees that
>We will just have to be vigilant and prevent assholes from being assholes and oppressing us again.

There are good leaders out there, they are just hard to find and put in power.

 No.195927

>>195908
Why would you trust in leaders or systems, though? They won't protect you or care about you in any significant way. That kind of collectivism is a dead end, was proven to be so by history. Maybe there are good leaders but it is best and safest to lead yourself, don't you think? I can't trust anyone at this point.

Democracy and liberalism are slavery too, they just give you a slightly longer chain. Power ends up corrupting people, even if they weren't corrupt before they got power. All kind of culture and society where there are hierarchies and ranks ends up being an elitist little club eventually where those who happen to be on good terms with the leaders get everything handed to them while others are left behind. No thanks. I don't want to be cannon fodder for some suit and tie wearing sociopath.



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