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 No.221648[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Just post videos you think are wizardly, no particular theme or genre outside of that. Don't post things that will be too shitposty, but they can be funny
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 No.247860

gonna read this book would share the pdf but couldn't find it the English version

 No.248009

>>227184

I just want to warn people about claims like this. Sure, university can be expensive depending on where you live and how things are paid for (here in Australia, you get a very cheap, low\no interest government loan which you only have to pay back once you're earning an income where it won't impact you that much, and where the rate of repayment is kept low), and you could pick something you hate and regret it, etc. Lots of things to keep in mind… but from what I experienced in the workforce in the brief time I was in it, is that even if you have a generic arts degree practically any employer will give you preference over somebody who has NO degree - having no degree limits you a lot, especially above a basic level. You also now have HR goons involved in even relatively small businesses these days who'll automatically label you a low status male if you don't even have a basic degree. Suck that this is the system we're under, and there are obviously lots of exceptions, but keep what I've said in mind. Nothing is worse than working under someone YOUNGER than you, sometimes DUMBER than you, who just happens to have automatic status because they have a degree and you don't. That was soul-crushing, all because I listened to ideologues. I guess it might have worked out better if I was from the middle or upper-middle class and could fiddle around and find my way into starting a business or honing some unique skill, instead I was just fed into a system at the lowest level and deluded myself thinking I'd break out somehow without going to uni. Take into consideration many different points of view before you make a decision like that. Also, something is off about the guy who makes these videos.

 No.248011

>>248010

I wasn't trying to claim it's true in all cases, but what I saw was that many established businesses advertising jobs above a certain pay-grade expect someone to have a degree, and if you go for a job the easiest way for an employer to discriminate is simply "this one has a degree", they almost see it as a red-flag if you don't, and some of my extended family who were in positions of hiring people ended up confirming this at some point.

What type of work did you end up in? Do you work now? Did you save enough to live on? Those are important factors, for me… I was only ever capable of 'wage' sort of work, I wasn't going to be a tradie or anything like that, and I wanted more than to be earning an average wage, I wanted to break free of the debt-system. How did you find having one a hindrance? What was your degree in?

I tried uni and tafe at different stages and hated it myself, more because of social anxiety related issues, but the consequence of not having a degree or other meaningful qualification was that I ended up unable to get higher level roles.

 No.248075

>>248009
>here in Australia
You mean the country taken over by Karens/hr people to it's very core to the point where people have no liberties and the economy is on the brink of collapse since the populated areas seem infected with the same retardation that California has.

Also if you are going through a HR person to get hired you are already doing it wrong.

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 No.244142[Reply]

I really like movies that are "edgy" (faggot if you use that word) in their subject matter whether it be around violence/sexuality/pedophilia/horror etc while not being B-Movie junk like Human Centipede.

My current list, please recommend if you know some.

>mondo cane

A documentary from the 60's contrasting normal modern life with harsh realities of the world, i.e. showing a bunch of people grieving at a funeral and burying their pet in a cemetary and treating it like a human child, then it switches to showing how in east asia people abuse dogs and cage them up in the market and slaughter them and eat them for food. Good stuff.
>goodbye uncle tom
same guys as above, a documentary using real life sources depicting the american slave trade and black people being abused and treated like animals. It is a very brutal movie to watch, it is very good, it makes "Roots" look like an utter joke.
-the killing of america
Haven't seen this one yet, documentary showing violence and real life footage death/violence etc in the USA.
-clockwork orange
Famous movie where a psychopath and his gang go around committing crimes and killing/raping people. Classic "edgelord" movie.
-crash
a movie about people who have a fetish for car crashes, their ideal sexual fantasy is to die in a car crash, haven't seen it yet but it looks cool.
-caligula
A movie from the 70s supposedly depicting sexual degeneracy in the Roman empire but I haven't seen it.
-secretary
famous movie where a shy submissive succubus becomes a secretary for a dickhead and ends up becoming his BDSM slave. Not "extreme" but it is a famous movie with famous actors and not B-Movie schlock like 50 Shades Of Grey, haven't seen it.
-these special friendships
gay-pedo movie, shows a gay kid in a catholic school scheming around to get laid, ends up getting into a relationship with a 12 year old little boy, not gonna spoil the ending
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>>244851
>come and see
best performance from a kid i've seen,masterpiece of a film

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>obscene movies
every tinto brass film,gaspar noé
>extreme/lurid
lars von trier,harmony korine,david lynch,sion sono

 No.248975

Ichi the Killer is extreme in sleaze and violence.

 No.248976

>>248952
w-what movie is that? Goddamn this ching chongs always get me unwizardly.

 No.248993

>>248976
antiporno



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 No.242933[Reply]

There used to be a helpful thread before, so I'd like to continue wizards sharing thoughts and advice, and talking about their journey waiting for SSI in burgerland
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 No.248762

>>248729
when I did it i signed up online, but ultimately got rejected by my psych but that was after in person appointments.

 No.248901

>>248534
What is this called? They asked for my mom's social when I applied but I think ssa sent me a letter that I couldn't get it?

 No.248924

>>248677
No, and I speak from personal experience. I've been diagnosed with autism from two different therapists and I was denied SSI. I applied for reconsideration and took it to court but I lost at every level. I live in a state that has a higher than average approval rating for SSI as well.

My problem is that the doctor they sent me to for a consultative exam decided I was not disabled and able to work. She had a hostile demeanor off the bat so I guess either there was something about me that she didn't like or she had a bad day and just wanted to take it out on someone else. Judges often give consultative evaluations a lot more weight than therapists or doctors you've seen for many years and such was the case for the judge I got apparently.

I plan on applying again but I already know the odds are against me because I was already denied once and ssa almost always denies you if you're applying for the same reason you were already previously denied for at the hearing level, though there are exceptions.

Really the only diagnoses that guarantee SSI are blindness, stage 4 cancer, or paralysis. Everything else is a coin toss at best and anyone claiming otherwise just has survivor's bias.

 No.248982

I'm on SSI because employers don't want to hire autists. It was a natural course of action to get on the bux and live in squalor for the rest of my life.

 No.248985

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Ideally I'd like to get on the tismbux and then do odd jobs under the table like moving people's furniture, computer stuff, online articles, etc. Then I'd just get a little shit shack somewhere quiet so I can finally /neet/ in peace and live off of gibs me dats.



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 No.230451[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Alright lads,

as I promised a few months back. I'm finally making this thread for anyone interested.

So I got my silicone wife back in August. She's been with me for a couple of months now. Honestly, I do not regret it one bit. She's adorable. I love sleeping next to her, even though I have a tiny bed and it's not the comfiest.

Surprisingly I don't tend to fuck her that much though. It's very noisy and logistically difficult to realize, because you have to move her around, position her, then clean up etc… And considering I live in a tiny apartment together with my mom, I can only do it when she's out and that happens very rarely. So I usually just use her legs to cum or fap touching her and cuddling. I also had to use a silicone glue for her privates, because I managed to rip them, so that also makes me more reluctant.


It would be so great if I lived alone and didn't have to have her hidden away all day, because she's really pretty and I like looking at her, but it's too awkward & cringe with my mom around, so I just have her tucked in my bed with a blanket on top.

The only con I can think of is that she's cold, so when I do have sex with her, I do so with her being clothed, because it's weird feeling a cold body pressed against you, it feels kind of like a corpse and I'm not into that.

If there is anything you'd like to know please ask. If you have a doll of your own - please share any thoughts, experiences, tips and of course pictures!
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 No.248958

>>248936
Gonna make me break my streak wizzo!
Nose bleeding!

 No.248959

>>248958
The exposed ankle is by far the best bit

 No.248960

>>248942
More like interchangeable feet depending on what mood strikes you, different scents too

 No.248961

>>248941
They look better than I thought they would, but still kinda low res. Love doll feet technology still has a long way to go.

At least they didn't give them gross long French pedicures and went with a more natural look instead.

 No.248967

>>236404
I didn't know wizchan.org was nofap.org now.


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 No.246801[Reply]

My sweet pizza that I just got out of Little Caesar's dumpster

                                       
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 No.247904

>>247579
How's that Kim Jong doing these days, rumor mill said he was ill.

 No.247913

>>247896
North Korea should own Israel and America.

 No.247915

>>247579
I wonder how it feels like to ride a horse. And a camel, I would definitly would like to know how it feels to ride a camel.

 No.248964

Shitty little caeser pizza that even the workers deemed too shitty to sell. I definitely wouldn't eat that literal trash.

 No.248965

>>248964
no one is forcing you to eat dumpster pizza
it's free and probably safe to eat though



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 No.248143[Reply]

Every once in a while, I stumble across one of these bits of knowledge that everyone assumes everyone else should have learned at some point in their life. Stuff like, "Wash your pillow cases," which is really dumb and obvious in retrospect, but I had to be told. Can we share these? I'll start:

- Wash your pillowcases.
- Clean your brush or comb (as in, actually wash it instead of just pulling out the hairs from it)

Pic unrelated.
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 No.248894

>>248858
i've done this with a brand new monitor and can confirm it works really well.

 No.248896

If you like something enough to be inspired to make your own thing, be it a movie, music video, comic, painting, story, etc. DON'T make it right away, and if you do DON'T rush to finish it nor show it to the world asap.

Always wait at least a year before debuting it anywhere or take your time to work on it throughout that same year. This way it feels more genuine rather than anything forced.

 No.248897

>>248896
Note: this only applies to anything that is recent (one or two months ago tops) and an exception would be if the person whom you are inspired by happens to be a good friend, though even then I've garnered better exchange of inspiration myself after a year.

 No.248931

>>248878
You know you're a drooling retard who can't into reading comprehension right?

 No.248938

>>248830
I don't see how washing the hair comb is a tip at all. Actually fuck you OP, I'm balding and buzz cut myself to zero.



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 No.245997[Reply]

After reading a bit of >>53753 , I got really interested in hearing advice from older wizards.

So, older wizards out there, what advice would you give to lurking apprentices or younger wizards?
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 No.248821

>>246412
I fucked up my reply. Classic mistake. This post (>>248820)
is meant for what I'm replying to now.

 No.248832

>>246193
You raise a good point on internalized crowd judgement and how it hides behind the "cringe" culture. I haven't looked at it this way.

 No.248906

>>246250
This guy got shit but I agree with him
I fell for the "college is a scam" meme early on so I ended up either NEETing or working awful dead end manual labor jobs for most of my 20s. The NEET years can be fun but are unnecessarily stressful and obviously slaving away for 10+ hours in some dangerous 105F factory surrounded by end of their rope normalfags for a few bucks over minimum wage is pretty much Hell. I didn't start getting my shit in gear until I was 27 and boy do I regret it.

Your goal should be to make yourself valuable, this will give you power in the workplace. In the old days I used to get fired just for being weird and quiet. Now I get a lot of pull and was working from home even before the corona stuff because I'm pretty knowledgeable at my job and the company would take a financial hit in bothering to train someone for months to reach my level. I mean I'm diagnosed autistic and avoid eye contact and all of that but the vp tore into another manager after suggesting they get rid of me.

Oh yeah and refined sugar is poison.

 No.248907

>>248906
I forgot to actually say why you want this. If you have a very rich and enabling family that you can NEET off of forever then whatever that's great. I didn't have that though.
It feels great knowing that you have a safety barrier of money if something bad happens or knowing that you can easily make a purchase if a good deal comes up. Being able to buy food whenever without a second thought is a luxury I never had as a NEET. Controlling your own living expenses rather than being afraid your parent is going to just up and get mad and kick you out for no reason is a huge relief.

Time is much more valuable than money though so the whole idea is to get as much money as possible while sacrificing as little time as possible. When I was going in for work I left after 7 hours daily, every day. Even when the normals would give me the stinkeye as I walked out the door- fuck them. After I started working form home it was more like 4 or 5 hours, maybe even less. The rest of my time is spent with my hobbies or screwing around on the internet. Work should be a part of your life to get by, not your life entirely.

 No.248930

Bunch of normalfag jobbers around here.



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 No.248071[Reply]

I want to start baking/making cakes and selling them from home,but im anxious about the social interaction needed(promoting my goods and arranging for them to be sold)
I live in glorious third world so no permits are needed,my house is sanitary anyways.

Some years ago i did this and bought some good stuff with the money.
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 No.248073

i believe you can just sell via some kind mobile food thing, and their drivers pick your food and deliver it for you

ive only ever bought food in person from a store but running a store seems like a pain in the ass

 No.248074

>>248073
Maybe i'll do that once my business is giving me a bit abode minimum monthly wage.
Problem is most delivery workers here are venezuelans i dont trust people who let their country go like that

 No.248615

>>248074 hello argentinian wizard

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>>248071
I do rememember some guy who did this here, he made all sorts of pies, you could buy them either fresh made or frozen to heat in the microwave. I'm amazed he made bank actually because this is the middle of nowhere where the nearest neighbour is usually found a few miles down the road, australian dude who didn't know the native lingo too well, he had removed his kitchen window and put a sliding plexiglass thing there instead, I really liked his lemon meringue pie. He did this for like 10 years or so, think he lives elsewhere nowadays.

 No.248784

>>248071
Oh no, chori. You DO need regulations here. Brb calling Sabina



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 No.246675[Reply]

So what's the wizard's choice? I personally have shoulder long hair but was considering getting a buzzcut mostly for convenience and easier hygiene. It's kinda annoying when I'm reading or drawing to have to constantly be moving my hair outta my eyes. I've had long hair for 4 years only trimming it. But at the same time I feel like I'll miss it if I cut it off.

So what's your style, wizzies?
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 No.248726

>>248718
Try some onion and garlic shampoo before paying meds. Sometimes works, it's said…

 No.248727

>>248726
No, I tried something similar when I was in my herbalism phase and the results were subpar.

Plus such a concoction would stink to high heaven.

 No.248728

Grow it out as long as you are able, try it at least once. Mine was wavy and horrible no matter how well I treated it, but I miss it sometimes. Started receding so I got it cut, and eventually learned how to buzz my own hair. Feels nice and I like being frugal. Now I let my wizbeard grow instead.

>>248620
Using hair products traps you in a cycle of using product. Drying sulfates in shampoo and silicone in conditioner will make your scalp/hair overreact when you stop using them. Water-only is very popular in long hair community. Just massaging the scalp and distributing natural oils is enough.

 No.248734

>>248726
So you got fungal hair with onion and garlic shampoo, add rice and you'll have a full dish

 No.248758

I always had short/medium hair, but I'm currently growing my hair out because I started to notice my hairline receding, and I want to see what I look like with long hair before I go bald. I need another year or so to get my desired length, so I hope it doesn't fall out during that time.



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 No.234142[Reply]

I'm sick of Illinois and I want to move someplace cheaper, warmer, and less infested with SJW's. How's Missouri sound?
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 No.247624

>>247614
Even cheap shitty countries only let you move there if you have a good job (good luck with not knowing the language), or get married, or invest millions of $. The only exceptions are some shithole islands where maybe you can do it for $100k or so

 No.247625

>>247618
countries need workers to help their economy stay good. the only country on those lists with a replacement-level fertility rate is….. isreal.

 No.247627

>>247625
>walled-off apartheid state with blood purity laws has replacement level rate
you don't say

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>>234142
I'm escaping the DC area for similar reasons. Going to move down to my family in South Carolina, currently researching the best rural areas. Gl to you.

 No.248747

>>238290
True. Alcohol is bad enough as it is, but atleast it's a social activity for most people. No reason to add more drugs to the list. It's like people want to become 1800s China.

>>238656
>black prisoners
>slave labor
Have you worked with them before? I promise you noone is getting any worthwile labor out of them. And as for money making schemes, just wait until the big companies get into manufacturing addictive drugs. They'll make oil companies look like a joke in terms of political power and they won't even think twice about ruining lives to get a quick buck.



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