This is what seems to be the case across the thread.
It's dead, whatever it is.
So,>>232212 >if it doesn't matter, then what does? and if it does matter, how do we go about reestablishing that exclusivity?
The only way to reclaim exclusivity is to immerse yourself into worlds.>>239210
To shed away the rot requires more effort. [Insiders] mourn the plague of [outsiders] because they make it increasingly difficult to justify how immersed [insiders] are. Immersion allows one to build outward instead of drown in what-is. It allows one to enjoy time passing.
I.e. instead of enjoying whatever it is, people use that "it" to further their own games of social-credit, uniqueness, profits (>>228955
), etc. The only way to be at the fringe is to (>>234464
) revive language, which is what the Internet destroyed. Basic language.
How do you revive language? Build a wall thick enough where someone cannot just insert (>>234044
) themselves into the new domain. Requires some form of expertise or fervent autism.
Like anime? Learn japanese, and now you're further away.
Like videogames? Dive into older ones and do ROM hacks or whatever else.
Either erect a wall of autism so high that it only filters the elect or forgo the, now labeled dilettante, pastimes. That is, if it bothers you too much and you don't have the energy.
Because it does not matter what your identity is, it is only important to remember how little we all know anyway, and go from there. This comes in the form of being ready to die, or ready to live - to be at the footstool of whoever rules us and wait for execution but to at least free our minds. I would rather die on my feet than to live on my knees, etc.
It cannot be emphasized enough the extent of astroturfing, pyscho-warfare there is on the internet and how we're all in our own bubbles concocted Post too long. Click here to view the full text.