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 No.4744[Reply]

Wizards, please share and discuss classical music in this thread. Hopefully some of the wonderful contributors from the previous thread are still around.
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>>5364
woah i think i remember hearing that in angel's egg?

 No.5534

this is one of the most startling and awesome pieces of music I have ever heard, from a very underrated composer rued langgaard. it creates visions of space nebulas and planets in my head. the title of the composition explains what the composer had in mind, "music of the spheres."

beginning of the last movement is my favorite part of the entire thing, give it a listen, the end @ 30:51

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 No.209199[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

The last suicide general has hit the bump limit.
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>>211926
you will die faster without water. that's how some jains do when they get old.

 No.211978

The Conservative majority in the UK pretty much confirms that I'll be taking my own life. I'll be lurking here to properly read up on it before I go ahead.

 No.211980

>>211978
Shit, didn't think there'd be someone else browsing here with the same motivation. I hadn't been looking since the predictions were bad. How fucked are we?

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>>211978
>>211980
Seethe more, EUfags

 No.211992

>>211991
Seething? I think you'll find a muted realization that life will get harder for mentally ill NEETs. You've been overdosing on twitter screenshots in discord young man.


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 No.232482[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

No politics or religion in the crawl thread, please.
>Ambient sounds to wash away distraction
https://asoftmurmur.com/
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Nothing better than being born to a low income family where walmart stocker with college debt is the most you'll amount to.

The world can't melt soon enough.

 No.233497

>>233496
haha college debt

 No.233498

>>233496
At least you have anime.

 No.233549

Just spent $6.60 at McDonalds for 5 hashbrowns and they didn't even fill me up.

What a scam.

 No.233551

>>233549
In the rich part of town?
normally food there is dirt cheap.


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 No.233503[Reply]

Official Hoax Thread. The theme for today is NASA.
They might fool the average pleb but people with high IQ can see right through their petty theatre tactics such as invisible strings.
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 No.233532

>>233525
Actually it was at a observatory with a building sized telescope.

Seen mars about as well as one could look at the moon with a 1000 dollar hobbyist telescope.

I also don't know what you think Hubble telescope shows, but it sure as hell doesn't show anything like what you described.

 No.233534

>>233528
Just look at the politics thread.

 No.233537

>>233517

>his pinky goes in the pocket

 No.233544

>>233504
why do you feel so compelled to defend jews? does it not feel like youre fighting for the wrong side?

 No.233550

>>233528
Because paranoid schizos have trouble finding partners and end up as wizards.

It's a different kind of wizbro.



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 No.50386[Reply]

I didn't notice the last one is on auto-sage.

Finally finished Thus Spoke Zarathustra. Took me a year I think to get to end of it, this isn't the kind of book you can read normally, I had to stop to take breaks, sometimes I put it down for months. It isn't about comprehension, I understood what Nietzsche was saying in most cases. It is the lyrical form that annoyed me, lots of poems and songs in this one.
As for what I read: I agree and disagree. There are things which he hit spot on, like pity being harmful and focusing on this life on Earth instead of nonsensical tales about after lives. But the idea of eternal recurrence is just plain idiotic, I think it stems from Christianity still or other oriental religions, death is the end of it and that's all - no matter how you try to name it: Heaven, reincarnation or eternal recurrence it is just a pathetic hope that death isn't final. Actually, Nietzsche's thought process reminds me of Christianity in many ways, ironically: like praising suffering, not being content with hedonism, the idea that life is eternal, the Overman basically just replacing God etc.etc. Seems like a twisted and "negative form" of Christianity. Well, that is just my own two cents. I'm no expert on philosophy.
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 No.51262

>>51134
>>51219
How are you able to go through them so fast?

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Got through pic related recently. Just a compilation of short excerpts This was my first real exposure to existentialism, and I didn't really like it much. Maybe the compiler (Kaufmann) just has bad taste, or maybe it just isn't my speed. In the introduction he wrote Kaufmann actually claims that English and American philosophy is dull and frivolous compared to existentialism. Dull, sure, I get that. But frivolous? To me, it seems that the existential stuff doesn't seem to have much of a purpose at all. Plus, the anti-rationalism sentiment kind of ticks me off.

I ranked the authors, see attached. Bear in mind, its a pretty short books, so I didn't have much material to base this on. Maybe some of these authors just looked bad because of the particular excerpt that was chosen or the translation.

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>>51284
If you ever decide to revisit some of those thinkers please consider checking out this charming and well-written book by Julian Young:

What is the meaning of life? In today's secular, post-religious scientific world, this question has become a serious preoccupation. But it also has a long history: many major philosophers have thought deeply about it, as Julian Young so vividly illustrates in this thought-provoking second edition of The Death of God and the Meaning of Life.

Three new chapters explore Søren Kierkegaard’s attempts to preserve a Christian answer to the question of the meaning of life, Karl Marx's attempt to translate this answer into naturalistic and atheistic terms, and Sigmund Freud’s deep pessimism about the possibility of any version of such an answer. Part 1 presents an historical overview of philosophers from Plato to Marx who have believed in a meaning of life, either in some supposed ‘other’ world or in the future of this world. Part 2 assesses what happened when the traditional structures that give life meaning began to erode. With nothing to take their place, these structures gave way to the threat of nihilism, to the appearance that life is meaningless. Young looks at the responses to this threat in chapters on Nietzsche, Heidegger, Sartre, Camus, Foucault and Derrida.

Fully revised and updated throughout, this highly engaging exploration of fundamental issues will captivate anyone who’s ever asked themselves where life’s meaning (if there is one) really lies. It also makes a perfect historical introduction to philosophy, particularly to the continental tradition.

 No.51286

>>51284
Thanks for the recommendation. I might give it a try.

 No.51287

>>51284
wtf they are philosophers, not dumb authors



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 No.229267[Reply]

i thought it was a meme until today… we all have permanent records

make sure all your usernames and passwords are different, cycle them as well as your ip every week… stay away from cameras windows online interaction

dont wait until its too late wizzies. it might already be for me
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 No.232895

>It's the bi-monthly gangstalking thread again

 No.233167

>>229267
you arent important enough for anyone to give a shit

 No.233462

>>229819
>>229828
>>230206
To be fair, if a powerful group of people just wanted to create chaos for whatever reason, there's no reason they wouldn't just fuck with some random nobody until he snapped. He wouldn't have to be important or successful or anything to do a lot of damage to the people around him.

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>>233462
> if a powerful group of people just wanted to create chaos for whatever reason, there's no reason they wouldn't just fuck with some random nobody until he snapped

 No.233548

>>233462
What kind of "chaos" would they be creating by driving a random NEET to schizophrenia?



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 No.48820[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

The last movie thread has reached the bump limit.
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>>46353
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I just finished watching The Place Beyond the Pines. I found it to be great. Ryan Gosling is a violent piece of trash trying to take care of his kid and Bradley Cooper is a lawyer-cop dealing with a corrupt department. There's also significant time skip. I'm not sure how much more I can say without spoiling the movie, but it's great. It's long, though, two hours, so make sure you have the time for it.

I wish it ended differently, but I don't think it was a bad ending. I think it was a good one. I just wish it was happier.

 No.51271

>>51265
i hated this movie because of its shitty morality and the way gosling was portrayed as some kind of hero
>yeah let's rob a bank and commit crime
>i'm doing it for my son who lives peacefully with my ex and her nigger bf

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>>51271
thanks for the warning

 No.51273

>>51271
Gosling definitely wasn't portrayed as a hero. I don't know how you got that idea. The movie's gray overall, it doesn't portray anyone as if they were right for doing what they did. Gosling was a violent asshole who did feel like he had to provide for his son, and his outcome was logical for what he was doing. Cooper was a straight-laced cop who would turned the screws to get what he wanted and left his kid behind to pursue his career. The kids of both of these men grew up to be bad people.

 No.51283

Great film about the very first wiz. Watch it in honor of his birthday soon.


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 No.231990[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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

#1: Politics Thread https://web.archive.org/web/20170404000746/http://wizchan.org/lounge/res/133215.html
Politics Thread #2: Wizlam Edition - https://web.archive.org/web/20170404000634/wizchan.org/lounge/res/135806.html
Politics Thread #4: Wizpilled Edition 5/12/2017 - https://archive.fo/3wlfT
Politics Thread #5: All So Tiresome Edition 7/3/2017 - https://archive.fo/QlRs1
Politics Thread #6: World on Fire Edition 8/18/2017 - https://archive.fo/6YxvY
Politics Thread #7: Temptations Intensify Edition 8/31/17 - https://archive.fo/Y0JQu
Politics Thread #8: Left and Right Edition 10/11/17 - https://archive.fo/H0llg
Politics Thread #9: Reading Anything Online Edition 11/7/17 - https://archive.fo/yxGrJ
Politics Thread #10: The Truth Will Set You Free Edition https://archive.fo/UrurS
Politics Thread #11: someone had to make it edition - https://archive.fo/y71b2
Politics Thread #12: Fuck the pastebin edition - https://archive.fo/wD4il
Politics Thread #13: Ironic Marxist Edition - https://archive.fo/xfWZY
Politics Thread #14: Civil Discussion Edition - https://archive.fo/Ck8Xe
Politics Thread #15: Over My Dead Body Edition - Post too long. Click here to view the full text.
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 No.233524

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The left's reaction to the UK election is almost as good as the 2016 US election

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>>233516
>Ultimately, leftism will prevail in the UK due to demographic change
Long term, mass immigration will cause governments to become more economically conservative. That's already happening in some european countries. It used to be a lot easier to get bux in the UK or Germany 15 years ago.
You can have mass immigration or a generous welfare state, but you can't have both, at least not long term. The migrants and their children will vote for leftist parties and the politicians will promise more gibs, but at a certain point it won't matter. Eventually the government runs out of money, can't realistically raise taxes any higher, and is too deep in debt. Eventually the bubble has to burst, and when it does the migrants and their descendants will blame "white racism" and riot. It will be a real shit show.
>>233518
>More like 50 if ever, by which time the EU will have resettled enough immigrants across Europe to make any sort of nationalism a lost cause.
Even if all of europe closes its borders completely, native europeans in many countries in europe will still become a minority by then due to the huge birthrate disparity alone.

 No.233542

>>233524

I always see these kind of hyperbolic THE WORLD IS GOING TO END reactions when right wingers are elected but does anything really change? What did Trump do after all?

Elections are a just a show and the machine of modern society will continue to function in the same way regardless of who wins.

 No.233545

>>233542
It's fearmongering and only works if you know how to use it sparingly. Needless to say they don't know how to use it sparingly.

 No.233546

>>233545
Yeah, even the diehards are kinda burned out.
They overplayed a already shit hand. That could be said about the left on both sides of the pond.
I think if they focused on issues the voting base actually cared about and drilled their opponents on every time they said something that was bullshit they might have been able to turn it around but instead they tried to manufacture and manipulate. Blatantly lying cheating and stealing whenever they could with no regard to how it looked if/when exposed.


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 No.158200[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Let's have another one of these. Share interesting Wikipedia articles you've come across. Let's keep reading everything about the world to keep the world (and boredom) at bay. A small description about what you're posting is nice but not necessary.
Here's some to begin with:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olmecs - Earliest known major civilization in Mesoamerica

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gy%C3%B6rgy_D%C3%B3zsa - Man-at-arms from Transylvania, Kingdom of Hungary who led a peasants' revolt against the kingdom's landed nobility.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denis - Saint who's always portrayed holding his decapitated head.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Montague_Summers - Clergyman who authored works about the occult.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyakumonogatari_Kaidankai - Interesting parlor game involving samurais and ghost stories.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Girolamo_Segato - Man behind a lost study on petrification of cadavers.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_chain_of_being - Interesting theological concept.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lotus-eaters - A whole race of people sleeping in peaceful apathy.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Sworn_Book_of_Honorius - Medieval Grimoire.
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>>162541
So you basically insist to deny crime statistics by race, just because he didn't showed up data enough.

Ok, then. Go and research what you talked about. It'll do enough with that… it is horrible how many channers still ignore the foundations of /pol/ish sections yet knowing that /pol/ exists

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 No.27994[Reply]

Post good (spoken) books in this thread.

I'll start with the Meditations of Marcus Aurelius. Such a good narration.
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>>51270
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rich_Dad_Poor_Dad
Rich Dad Poor Dad has sold over 32 million copies[2] in more than 51 languages across more than 109 countries, been on the New York Times bestsellers list for over six years,[3], launched a series of books and related products[4]; and received positive reviews from some critics.[5] American talk show host and media mogul Oprah Winfrey endorsed the book on her show. Another celebrity supporter is actor Will Smith, who said he taught his son about financial responsibility by reading the book.[6] PBS Public Television station KOCE, aired a 55-minute presentation of Robert Kiyosaki titled "A Guide to Wealth" in 2006 which essentially summarises his Rich Dad Poor Dad book. PBS also honoured Robert Kiyosaki with an excellence in education award in 2005.[7] Donald Trump did a literary collaboration with Kiyosaki in 2006 called Why We Want You To Be Rich, Two Men One Message and a second book called Midas Touch: Why Some Entrepreneurs Get Rich — And Why Most Don't in 2011.[8] American fashion entrepreneur and investor Daymond John has called the book one of his favorites.

 No.51276

>>51274
Good book. I don't remember much from it but two ideas.1- it was just Jordan Peterson's buzzwords about working hard and 2- "just invest in real estate bruh. Stock exchange doesn't work, open a business and sell it when it becomes profitable"

 No.51277

>>51276
It literally says that working hard for money is a bad thing and not to get into real estate unless it is already what you are interested in and have a passion for.

Needless to say I think you missed the main points of the book.

>>51274
Just because something is popular doesn't automatically make it bad.

 No.51281

>>51277
It’s self help so that makes it automatically trash, besides it’s about “making money” and selling a shitty ideology/mindset unlike the usual self-help trite, where they at least pretend to guide you into becoming a “better person” morally or whatever, so it’s even worse, but I’m sure it has been very profitable for the author and publisher, as is often the case with these complacently advertised and promoted advice books.
The “endorsements” are the icing on the shit-cake, so to speak. The trouble is not only that it’s massively popular, although that should raise red flags, but among whom it was so favorably received, and why.

And seriously, out of all the books fiction or non-fiction you’d want to read/listen to, to pick something like that… look at the thread, you stick out like a sore thumb.

 No.51282

>>51281
So because it is a kind of book you personally dislike you feel the need to have a fit despite knowing nothing at all about the content of the book at all?

The only one that is sticking out in this thread is you with you aggressively coming after anything you think you personally might not like based on book genre and popularity.

I personally like the book and find it's information about financial literacy and Independence useful. Then again unlike you I actually gave it a listen before making up my mind.
If I didn't like it I also wouldn't feel the compulsive need to try and act like anyone who did doesn't belong on the site.



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 No.156295[Reply]

I'm wondering how much of our condition is genetic.

I have an uncle who is clearly a sperg, he doesn't do eye contact, he stims and flaps his hands, he isn't social and ignores his family (except me because he's known me since I was a kid).

Although unlike wizards he is obsessed with programming and hobbyist technology (soldering etc), he has a GitHub at 65 years old and his job is repairing commercial refrigerators. Anyways, do you have any family members who you suspect are wizards?
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>>162649
Uh, why would I want to give away my mana?

 No.162660

>>156295
How do you know he has never hired some prostitutes or escorts?

 No.162705

>>156300
Ditto. Worse, they're rural normies, who even judge other normies for going slightly off the beaten path.

I'm a freak to them. They treat me like I'm retarded and talk about me in third person while I'm within hearing distance.

 No.162717

>>156480
I have a big dent in the side of my head because the doc tried pulling me out with tongs before he decided to do a c-section. I think that this may be the cause of my mental illness, but who knows.

 No.162736

>>156295
>50% genetics
>50% environment

>do you have any family members who you suspect are wizards?

No. I am the only wizard in my family. I guess 2 wizards in one family would be too much to handle anyway.



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 No.162709[Reply]

1) The Moon seems engineered. On November of 1969, NASA intentionally crashed a lunar module that caused an impact equivalent to one ton of TNT on the Moon. The shock waves built up and NASA scientists listened to what was happening on the Moon. Strangely, after impact, NASA scientists said that the Moon rang like a bell and the reverberation continued for thirty minutes. According to Ken Johnson, supervisor of the data and photo control department, the Moon not only rang like a bell but the whole Moon “wobbled” in such a precise way that it was “almost as though it had gigantic hydraulic damper struts inside it.

2) The Moon has elements it should not have. In the 1970’s, Mikhail Vasin and Alexander Shcerbakov from the Soviet Academy of Science wrote an article called: “Is the Moon the creation of Alien Intelligence?” It was a very interesting article that asked some important questions. How is it possible that the surface of the moon is so hard and why does it contain minerals like Titanium? Mysteriously there are some lunar rocks that have been found to contain PROCESSED METALS such as Brass, the elements of Uranium 236 and Neptunium 237 that have NEVER been found to occur naturally. Yet there are traces of them on the Moon. Uranium 236 is a radioactive nuclear waste which is found in spent nuclear and reprocessed Uranium. More interestingly, Neptunium 237 is a radioactive metallic element and a by-product of nuclear reactors and the production of Plutonium. You have to ask the question: What is happening on Earth’s Moon? From where do these elements and minerals come from?

3) Earth’s Moon does not have a solid core like every other planetary object. Researchers are nearly 100 percent sure that the Moon is, in fact, hollow or has a very low-intensity interior. Strangely, the Moon’s concentration of mass is located at a series of points just below the surface.

4) The Moon is older than Earth. Our Moon is unlike any other satellite discovered in the known universe. Researchers know the Moon is 4.6 billion years old and that raises a lot of questions. This means that the moon is older than the Earth by nearly 800,000 years according to scientists.

5) Incredible orbit. Earth’s moon is the only moon in the solar system that has a stationary, nearly “perfect” circular orbit. It’s a fact that the Moon does not spin like a natural celestial body. In other words, our Moon does not share any characteristics with other moons founPost too long. Click here to view the full text.
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>>162723
"…the pre-Hellenic Pelasgian inhabitants of Arcadia called themselves Proselenes, because they boasted that they came into the country before the Moon accompanied the Earth. Pre-Hellenic and pre-lunarian were synonymous." – Alexander Von Humboldt, naturalist, 1851

 No.162726

>>162709
>The earth has a precise altitude, course and speed, allowing living organisms to “function” properly.
Life on Earth is a bigger hoax than hollow moon tbh fam.

 No.162729

>>162709
If any of this “info” is truthful its a little scary that none if it really surprised or “scared” me due to how numb and accepting about whatever tom fuckery is seriously going on in the back ground. Its most likely a masterful disinformation campaign for the lulz, but even if its not it really doesn't change much in the sense that we are still all just going to die eventually anyways.

 No.162734

>>162709
And what if NASA is lying?

 No.162735

>>162709
moon isnt hollow its flat wtf



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 No.232876[Reply]

Wizards who aren't currently neeting, what do you work with? Do you enjoy it?
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 No.232925

>>232880
Nice, lumber jobs have always seemed relaxing. Even better since nowadays the process is simplified to an extent and requires fewer workers and worker interactions.

 No.232928

>>232880
>I intend to have no days off so I can say in the future to potential employers that I am reliable

Only in america

 No.233529

I teach people how to swim. At first I was lifeguarding but my boss needed another instructor and it payed well. The social aspect of at first was unbearable but a year later I ‘figured’ it out.’ Ever session during the day is the same stuff and I fall back on using small talk from other swimmers. When I am on my break I just go underwater. I like to think I am a good teacher. Honestly, I like my job a lot it gives me a sense of progress and pride and keeps me from immediately offing myself. My commute is almost a hour though, and some days and it seems that I spend the rest of my day siting in a car or memorizing “facts” for college.

 No.233538

>>233529
wizchan 2019

 No.233541

I'm currently in my air conditioned room, alone, posting on wizchan, the last day before I get a paid 2 month vacation. I work as the computer guy in a small school, and the school year is ending here. I don't make much money, but it could be worse, it could be a lot worse, in fact I can't think of an easier job where I can spend most of the day doing whatever in a PC. But it's only a temp job and I'll be out in the next year, so I hope this easy job didn't spoil me.



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 No.211019[Reply]

Do not call them. They will either not answer your phone call, hang up on you or have you committed if you tell them too much. Fuck counselors. They are worthless backstabbers. I was committed involuntarily four times. That means that my 2A is gone and even if I buy a ghost gunner if I’m caught with it I could face serious life in prison. That’s what you get when you speak to counselors. Your rights taken away. They haven’t helped me because I’m stuck in the same situation as before.
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 No.211820

Never, EVER tell anyone you are suicidal EVER!!!

 No.211853


one time i called the suicide prevention hotline and the guy on the phone sounded very nice. but i had too much anxiety and hadn't verbally spoken to someone in years and couldn't get my voice to work. i just said "uhhhhh uhhhh uhhhhh" and hung up.
then i shit my pants for 4 hours wondering if he was going to have the police do a welfare check on me.

anyways thanks for the advice i guess. i'm scared to use any of these resources because i don't want to risk having them take away my ability to buy firearms. i'm not even suicidal or psychotic either, these guys just jump to conclusions.

 No.211971

>>211127
They only way to solve your mental problema is to fix it at the source . But when that source is society itself, the powers that be suddenly get uncomfortable.

 No.211974

>>211971
Almost all of the problems we have with mental illness were nonexistent in pre-industrialized society and psychiatry doesn't have a solution to a single one of them other than chemically lobotomizing the rapidly increasing number of people who can't handle existing in the horrific technocratic hellscape the civilized world has been turned into. It's all downhill from here.

 No.211990

I can't see how calling such a place would benefit me. You just get a record as a suicidal person which likely causes trouble in many areas.

>>211971

Yes, you have to adjust to the needs of the system rather than the other way around. Here take some pills so you feel nothing and are in a haze all the time so you can live in your box and go to your pointless job.



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 No.153552[Reply]

Wizards or apprentices still living with your parents, this is our thread.

How's your life situation? Do you have a job yet are unable to move out for some reason? Are you like me and been sitting on that college diploma for a year already trying to dodge the "when are you going to get a job" questions?
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 No.162404

>>162390
Sexhavers have never been known for making rational decisions.

 No.162405

>>162392
I tick all those boxes should I just end it now?

 No.162406

>>162404
>Sexhavers have never been known for making rational decisions.

wizchan 2019, where we think of ourselves as a different species than those who have sex. Homo wizzapiens sapiens.

 No.162414

>>162406
This has been a thing forever. Lurk more.

 No.162733

>>162395

Yeah. When you are younger, there are more resources available for you, people are more willing to help, you can adjust to changes easier, you haven't lost your naive self-confidence from bad experiences, etc.

Too many parents are just way too lazy and stupid and let their boys drift through the ages of 10 to 20. Then somehow they are totally surprised their son turns out to be a loser living in their basement when he's 30.



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 No.162674[Reply]

Is anyone else totally crippled by social phobia both offline and online? I can't even enjoy vidya or the internet completely because of my social phobia.

>avoid leaving my house as much as possible

>only speak when spoken to
>have used the internet since the early 2000s but never made a youtube account, newgrounds account, deviantart, or any other account on a forum to talk with people
>play online multiplayer games since Halo 2 but never used voice chat or made friends because of anxiety
>25 now and have no social skills, no resume, no idea how to drive or get a job

I didn't even live my life online. I feel like I never even existed. Just silently watching the world go by.
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 No.162680

>>162679
>Even if you practice there will always be random situations that you can't predict and don't know how to deal with.

The way I see it is that everyone's foot ends up in their mouth from time to time. A consequence of making moves is that you will end up stepping in shit, that's just a fact of life. Only characters in media are always prepared for the unforeseeable. The sooner you start loading bullets into the revolver of social dynamics the better as we are a flawed species that primarily learns from mistakes.

 No.162685

>>162679
>social collapse
Do you societal collapse or your own collapse?

 No.162692

>>162679
>How do you not get anxiety over having to perform the correct responses?
Most of the time I don't actually care, which has allowed me to get enough practice in.
Not much happens with most minor screw ups anyway. It is honestly worse to be misunderstood then to trip over some social foible.
>predict
There is no prediction or anticipation. I ether reason out a response for a given situation or respond in rote (what I like to call npc mode) base on responses I learned from books/therapy on how to do small talk.

My situation is different. I had to learn "proper" social interaction from the ground up though a more academic approach. literally nothing about it came naturally. But that said, I think confidences for someone in your situation would grow a bit if you learned the basics of interpersonal communication and then practiced them like a drill. Family members are good to practice with as they already know you are a weirdo so there isn't anything on the line.

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>>162674
>Is anyone else totally crippled by social phobia both offline and online?
yes

 No.162731

Yeah, I played games like WoW for 10 years and never spoke once on voice chat. I also became less and less likely to even text chat. As a kid I had selective mutism and I suppose I still do now.



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 No.161128[Reply]

How many here have had the "Anon, are you gay?" talk or just people in general being convinced you're gay?

FWIW, I don't want to copypasta myself, but my version of that is buried in a thread over here: >>160907 .
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I'm not gay and never was but lately my father is annoying me with this shit all the time now.

I dont get why he is doing it but its happening at an increasing rate and he always comes with stupid shit like for recent examples:
>why dont you have a gf? are you a faggot?
>when will you get gf and make family? are you secretly gay?
>why dont you castrate yourself? you dont need your balls anyway!
It really disgusts me that my own father tries to shittalk me like that after all I have done for him.
I financed his business, I helped him ordering everything he needs for it online, had to do annoying phonecalls for him that he avoided, even worked there myself and helped him for FREE whenever he asked for it.
nope even all that is not enough to get a little bit respect, not even after I managed to make good profits investing my own money, not even that was enough to give me a little bit of respect.

to me it just shows that normalfags no matter if blood related or not will never respect you when you are a wizard. they will always look down on you just because you dont want to provide for some hole and dont want to spawn more retards on this prison planet.

 No.162722

>>161128
My aunt was convinced that I was gay, and my dad went along with it because of her "authority" (she was a school counseler). They both brought it up constantly until I finally broke down and decided to show them my hentai collection. It didn't go so well, but I didn't care so much at the time.

 No.162727

>>162722
Did it end in you furiously trying to convince them that just because traps have dicks doesn't mean its gay?

 No.162728

>>162722
Wiz, you never reveal your power level.

 No.162730

A few times but dropped it quickly. I'm not really sure myself. Being full blown gay would make things easier though.



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 No.20[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

What are your favorite Visual Novels?

Pic related.
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 No.31822

>>31820
White Album
White Album 2 Intro + Closing Chapter
Konata yori Kanata Made
Amagami
Chocolat
Parfait

Usually pick 2 or 3 of these to go through around the period from Thanksgiving to Christmas. I have fond memories of marathoning them during the holiday season when I was younger and had started learning Japanese fairly recently.

 No.31828

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>>31820
Ciconia part 1 has a very, ahem, kino scene on christmas

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>>335
came here to post this, i'm not a big fan of VN's because they're mostly otaku centered escapism media wich is not what i seek but this one was different
>>1909
it's fun you posted this track because it's my favourite of the game, i'll never forget the very moment this track plays for the first time, i prefer the version without the piano tho.

Narcissu is one of those stories that still stays with you years after, if some of you guys know some VN's with such a strong ambience/atmosphere as narcissu i'll take it. bonus point if it's depressing/sad.
Anyway, i recommend to all of you to read this VN, it really has something.

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>>32054
I would suggest reading Swan Song.
Im not sure if it is what you've asked for, but i think that this vn is surely worth one's time.

 No.32061

https://vndb.org/v24000 this sounds interesting eventhough artstyle looks meh and is mostly text


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 No.211294[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.211983

>>211981
>you have to grind to post
lol it's obvious reddit just want fucking idiots posting on their website, that wiz shouldn't bother tbh.

 No.211984

>>211977
reddit is beyond cancer

 No.211986

Some people use depression to describe an emotion.
Some people use depression to describe a mood.
Some people use depression to describe an altered state of consciousness.

It's shit in every dimension but the inability to get accurate language is bullshit.

 No.211987

>>211986
Most words are like this. You can never really communicate with anybody.

 No.211989

I'm so close to losing my job because I just can't handle my mental state at this point. Part of me just wants to get fired, I'm so tired and it'd motivate me to kick the chair.

Talking never helps and I have no idea how to even articulate whats going on.


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 No.232639[Reply]

ITT, post the last thing you fapped to.
Let's be tasteful and share the nice things!

Some places where you can find an image source before asking:
http://saucenao.com/
http://iqdb.org/
https://images.google.com/

Previous thread: >>226431
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 No.233477

Holy crap, does this succubus, Fado, have TITS? This makes her 100x hotter!

@ 3:02 or similar.

It's so sad there's no porn of her. She's beautiful!

 No.233485

>>233474
Really love the skin on the middle one.
I have no idea how they did it but it looks really good.

 No.233535

>>233474
Rosalina's body here is silly but hot.

 No.233536

I think pornography is very unwizardly.

 No.233543

>>233536
Then hide the thread bitch.



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