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 No.226237[Last 50 Posts]

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

 No.226238

Apparently I have to install a third-party software to have the seconds showing on my taskbar clock on Windows 7? That's bullshit.

 No.226241

can't decide if I wanna sleep or play original xbox….so I'm just sitting here wasting time until…I don't know

there's a big chunk of libra in me and it always causes these stupid moments of indecisiveness

freaking libra, man

 No.226242

>>226241
It's not real you know, astrology that is.

 No.226243

>>226242
let me guess, because "science" said so?

 No.226245

>You may be in an uncharacteristically introspective mood today, Gemini, but don’t force yourself to interact if you’re not up to it. With the Sun hunkered down in your foundational fourth house, some heavy matters are kicking around in your noggin. And because el Sol is aligned with weighty Saturn in your private eighth house, it might be hard to express what you’re feeling. While communication is your stock in trade, trust that for once, it may be more beneficial to just FEEL your emotions rather than try to articulate them.

>Sep 6, 2019 - Be disciplined. Maintain your boundaries in order to keep from getting swept into other people's soap operas, Gemini. It may be fun to escape your problems by jumping into someone else's life, but soon you'll find the extra weight is not only taxing but also won't solve your problems. You may need to say no to others, but that's fine. It's vital that you consider your needs.


>Sep 6, 2019: You should think long and hard before you share any opinions today—there is a possibility that some tensions could result from what you say. Don't assume that someone you're speaking to shares your beliefs and attitudes. You don't want to end up with your foot in your mouth—it'd be a very unappetizing snack. Even if you are extremely tactful in your delivery, your words might be misread by someone who is eager to react emotionally.


>Improving your personal life or relationships with loved ones can be motivating now, dear Gemini. You're especially keen on building, transforming, and upgrading areas of your life and this attitude serves you very well. You're taking something from mediocre to thriving, particularly in a close relationship or around the home, and it's satisfying! More creative ways of interacting can emerge. You might get to a new level of understanding or intimacy in a relationship. Knowing your priorities helps you identify what needs to go and what could use some development or some extra love and attention. Feeling closer to your deeper needs helps you all around. Focusing on grounding and centering activities continues to be important at this time. A focus on letting go of excess helps clear the path ahead.


>As Moon enters Scorpio, you may feel emotionally upset and a little imbalanced as you are inclined to fly off the handle a bit on the professional front. But Astroyogi astrologers predict these little hardships will turn into opportunities for you in the long run so do not worry too much over it. All you need to is maintain your focus on the big picture and enjoy the positive things that you have in your life, luck will be in your favor. Any time between 2 pm and 3 pm is considered auspicious for you so plan accordingly for optimal results. Crimson Red is your lucky color for today


>You might need more human connection now to restore a work-life imbalance. Although there are always more chores to do, warm your heart and hearth by spending precious moments with the people you adore. Err more on the side of overplaying with loved ones than overworking at your desk today. Let them know how much you love them and how important they are in your world. Author Stephen Covey wrote, "Most of us spend too much time on what is urgent and not enough time on what is important."


>Your sensitive and emotional nature will prove to be a problem for you. Hence you need to control your emotions. Tread carefully when it comes to personal relationships. You need to wait for a better time before you think of proposing to that special someone, says Ganesha.


>Friday, September 6, 2019 Forgive and forget? Easier said than done when it comes to family! You have the chance to let bygones be bygones today, when the bold Sun trines traditional Saturn in the most sensitive parts of your chart. If you've been nursing a grudge, you're probably ready to rid yourself of this heavy burden. This emotional albatross has weighed on you for far too long, Gemini. And as one of the zodiac's wanderers, you'll happily oblige the opportunity to set yourself free after this long imprisonment. Choose empathy over anger and remind yourself that everyone is human and full of flaws.

 No.226249

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That's it. My very first sprite work. You have to start from somewhere.

 No.226251

>>226243
Because there is no reason why it would

 No.226252


 No.226253

>>226243
Anna Komnene said so.

 No.226254

>>226251
there's no reason why you are real

but we still gotta suffer that fact

 No.226261

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 No.226265

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>>226252
You know, it's actually quite relaxing working on this type of thing. Here's my second one.

 No.226267

Friday night wizzies got better shit to do.

 No.226268

>>226265
i can remember using microsoft gif animator like 20 years ago to make a gif of a stickman walking around

 No.226270

>>226267
I'm making peanut noodles with my mom tonight, I can't wait, just a few more hours until she gets home, then we'll watch a movie or something after too

 No.226271

>>226270
how do you feel when watching occasional sex scenes with her?

 No.226272

I just set that pic to my background

 No.226278

>>226271
I don't really mind, though most movies I've watched with her didn't have any

 No.226285

Behold: robot AI trying to mimic human beings.

 No.226287

>>226285
>Hit the road and collect experiences instead of owning things!
I swear the travel meme with succubi is one of the most accurate things. It always reveals itself.

 No.226292

>>226287
>the travel meme with succubi
I think it's just a normalfag thing in general, my dad loves that shit

 No.226295

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Had to eat outside today. Pic related, baby of the waitress.

 No.226296

>>226295
looks like really small restaurant

 No.226297

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>>226296
that's because it is a small 'restaurant'.

 No.226301

>>226295
The food looks nice. What is the drink?

 No.226303

>>226301
Manzanilla.

 No.226305

man they don't make crotches like they used to

all the crotches on my sweatpants/exercise pants whatever eventualy become affected by this most terrible disease and the stitching isn't strong enough

i either need to learn how to sew or find quality pants because this shit is annoying

 No.226317

>>226297
That's one ugly baby. Are you south american, wiz?

 No.226327

>>226292
Yeah I've heard it from males too.
>>226326
Not to mention you'd need some disposable income, regardless of race

 No.226328

>>226326
Why are there so many Asian tourists then?

 No.226329

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3d reality sucks.

 No.226330

>>226328
That wiz is full of shit, it's more dangerous for a white person to travel to places full of brown people than for a brown person to travel to places full of white people.

 No.226331

>>226329
Looks nice to me, comfy autumn weather

 No.226332

>>226317
Yes.
>>226287
Not only females, males too see traveling around the world as a good thing. I think they correlate it with success and obviously, fun and living the best life you could possibly have, that's why it's so popular among them to share pictures they've taken in touristic places along a side note that reads "We travel not to escape life, but for life not to escape us."

>>226329
That's the type of weather and atmosphere I like, it drives regular people to be silent and introspective.

 No.226335

>>226334
>white people tend to be treated like gods because they are associated with wealth
And kidnapped and/or killed in robberies, because they are associated with wealth. In the place I live you hear constantly about tourists from USA or Europe going missing or getting killed

 No.226394

>>226329
russian 3d reality sucks

 No.226406

>>226329
Immediately thought of stalker. The game, not the movie. Well now that I mentioned it the movie too I guess

 No.226412

>Excited train guy

 No.226413

>>226287
I think they like travel because it tickles their vanity. These idiots think that they're against materialism and the rat race but then they'll be posting all these photos of them and their epic little trips so they can collect likes and comments and show everyone how cool and awesome their lives are. It's just as shallow as the whole keeping up with the Johnsons lifestyle.

For men it's often the same although I think they're also more imbued with a thirst for adventure, which most of us satisfy vicariously through games and other media. And some treat it as a panacea for despondency and depression. I've often seen men in youtube comments of videos where some sad sack is complaining, and they'll tell the guy 'just travel bro' because they seem to think it's some magic cure to everyone's issues.

>>226329
I really love environments like this. Never lived in though one so maybe my opinion would change if I did.

 No.226414

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thank god for smartphones norpers are so addicted to them that a long haired scruffy wizard can pass by them and they dont even taunt or notice.

 No.226416

>>226305
I agree. I've gone through countless pants throughout recent years because the material at the very bottom either gets worn away or the seam gives. Either name brand or milsurp. I even make sure to wear a few sizes bigger. I thought it was from bicycling at first but turns out that's not the case.

I wear super stretchy denim because if I don't, and extension of the legs can pop the seam in public. Very dangerous for a commando celibate

 No.226418

Any wiz around who knows how to work with Rpg Maker software?

 No.226419

KEEP GOING!

 No.226420

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Do any of you guys keep documents where you write your thoughts down? Talking about thoughts on media or specific topics, not just a diary documenting daily life.

Whenever I finish a book or an anime I always like writing my thoughts down because it helps me organize them and often I realize some new things by writing them down. I've always just used relevant threads here to do that but I always feel restricted by length and frequency because I don't want to bomb a thread with longposting. So I've been thinking of just making a bunch of word documents, one for each thing I watch or read, and writing my thoughts down there. It'd also allow me to make notes and be a little more disconnected than I would be when writing a formal post.

 No.226422

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>>226420
I enjoy reading more than writing. Since one is more easier and doesn't consume as much time as the other, and more often than not, there's always someone who shares your same thoughts about things and you just have to find his review, that could happen to be 'your' review if you had written about that subject. Unless you really enjoy the process of writing then you're wasting your time. Having 7.7 billion humans, chances are, some think like you and have written your thoughts on whatever subject you're interested in.

 No.226424

>>226420
I tried to start but I can't write for shit.

 No.226427

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Something I recorded from the end of 2015.
I think it was because it was the first time I saw Gondola and I enjoyed the posts describing his outlook.
>Old board software
>No /music/ or wiki
>Thread OP one tab to the left had the last allowed pepe afaik
>Search bar entry was to help stream wiz with Castlevania
>still haven't killed myself

 No.226428

>>226427
I hate gondola and it's insufferable how weenies pretend that posting pictures of gondola is "deep" somehow. I think that people who fawn over gondola are the same people who still regularly cry about garbage.

 No.226429

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>>226427
the post at the end was nice. it's weird to think it will soon be 2020.

 No.226434

>>226243
No constellation of planets can create a force strong enough to determine your individual personality. You must have delusions of grandeur to think that. Sorry Anon.

 No.226438

>>226434
Of course they don't. Nobody thinks they do. Where did you get that idea? The celestial bodies are only representations, not causes of anything. When X number of planets and/or sun and moon, etc, aspect with certain signs and/or houses in an individuals astrological birth chart, and the textbook result is chronic indecisiveness or any other inborn trait… they didn't cause it, they only reflect it. It was fated.

The fatedness of this world is expressed in many ways and astrological reality is just one of those.

 No.226439

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Carbon is life, trees are made of carbon, flowers are made from carbon, cats are made from carbon and even we are made from carbon. By releasing carbon from it's imprisonment beneath the earth we are only spreading life through the world. If we release all the carbon the world will turn into a lush and fertile place like it was and has many times been before the carbon was trapped. These fossil fuel critics are death mongers, we must burn all the fossil fuel to realise all the life they contain.

 No.226454

Yurikamome Odaiba → Shinbashi
ゆりかもめ お台場 ~ 新橋

2:00 Tokyo Big Sight 東京ビッグサイト
3:50 Daiba hotspot 台場スポット
5:25 Rainbow Bridge レインボーブリッジ
8:30 Shiodome 汐留

 No.226456

These grapefruit hi-chews are amazing, even better than mango.

 No.226458

>>226439
and what about the chemical makeup of the atmosphere and the tundra on fire in siberia, and the increasing frequency of hurricanes? is that good for life too?
lol, nice anime pic

 No.226459

>>226454
Awesome.
Almost makes you sad that all of this gonna be buried under the boiling ocean.

 No.226460

>>226458
>the tundra on fire
yes, towering forest fires of moss and lichen

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 No.226464

>>226461
that thumbnail shows trees but trees don't grow on tundra

not clicking whatever that stupid video is

 No.226465


 No.226470

>>226464
trees grow in siberia, pardon i confused tundra and taiga

 No.226488

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What should my goal in life be? What rule should I live by?

 No.226489

>>226488
You need to figure that out yourself, wiz.

 No.226491

>>226488
apotheosis

 No.226498

>>226491
What do you mean?

 No.226532

>>226488
>What rule should I live by?
Don't hurt people and don't steal their stuff.

Simple but pretty effective in most situations. Other then that "Do as Thou Wilt"

 No.226536

>>226488
Acquire your goals with the highest efficiency, and disregard morality.

 No.226543

funny yesterday thanks to that friendship thread I thought about this question (if men and w omen can be good friends) and today this video showed up in my recommended, the date it was uploaded; yesterday. Not that it means anything, just something i find curious.

 No.226544

>>226543
Why do you go out of your way to bypass the word filter? It's there for a reason, and everyone knows what you're talking about when it gets filtered anyway.

 No.226545

>>226543
crab problems

 No.226547

[outsider invasion intensifies]

 No.226551

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No pol. This lil nigga is just cute. (´・ω・`)

 No.226552

>>226543
if you think wizards and witches can't be friends you're a misogynist

 No.226553

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>>226552
Oh no, anything but that.

 No.226554

>>226552
succubi are shit. You are shit.

 No.226555

>>226551
Nice dog

 No.226556

>>226544
He is new and hasn't lurked enough.

 No.226558

>>226556
I've seen a lot of new posters lately, are they 8ch refugees?

 No.226559

>>226544
>go out of your way
that sounds like I did a lot of work when all did was put a space between the word why? Because w omen sounds much better than succubi in this context, if I wanted to write something to be perceived as silly and immature then I'd have written succubi like I normally do.

>>226552
Well apparently they can't for evolutionary reasons, one of them is always wanting to fuck the other or sees it as a potential partner. Pretty fucked up if you ask me, funny thing is this gives us more reasons to why gays cannot be friends with other wizards, or why the mention of friendship should be a bannable offense.

 No.226565

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>>226488
Just keep going, wizard.

Interesting question though. What rules do the rest of you live by?

 No.226566

>>226565
no rules but a prevailing tendency to avoid whatever i dont like and seek out what i do like

 No.226586

>>226544
Not him but I often do as well, because I don't like to use succubus in some contexts like with anime.

 No.226713

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All is one.

 No.226728

Happy 9/11 brothers

 No.226729

>>226728
are people actually still commemorating this dumb old shit? it was not a "national" tragedy and objectively speaking it wasn't even big

it's not like someone dropped a couple a-bombs on us

 No.226738

Walking is my one pure joy in life. I pray that I can live somewhere with safe, quiet paths. I pray that my legs don’t malfunction.

 No.226739

Daniel Johnston died.

 No.226740

>>226729
damn just realized 9/11 was 18 years ago

 No.226741

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>>226739
I hope he’s found peace, wherever he is.

 No.226751

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 No.226758

Should I buy a pedometer and track my steps when I walk? I have OCD and I get obsessive about things which saps all joy, so I’m not sure.

 No.226763

>>226758
>I have OCD and I get obsessive about things which saps all joy, so I’m not sure.
For you in perticular it may not be the best idea. It is really easy to take it too far and get obsessed over numbers.
Instead focus on days you went for a walk and how it made you feel.
If you must track distance for health or fitness reasons then it is best to use a map or application that gives rough distances rather then a score.
For example a walk to and through your local park on a nice day could be 3 miles round trip, and that was your walk for the day. And the next day you walk to the store to pick up some eggs and milk or something which was 1 and a half miles, with half of that carrying groceries.
And the next it was raining so you put on boots and got a umbrella and walked around the block a few times to take in the lovely weather, but then went in because you had a chill so you went home.

That kind of thing. It really helped my mom when she needed light exercise for her lung problems.

 No.226765

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>>226729
Isn't it impressive though? Being able to topple such monumental structures like that.

 No.226766

>>226765
I haven't even bothered to keep up with touhou since lolk. All the newhu looks like ZUN running out of ideas. No offense meant.

 No.226768

>>226738
Do you walk for hours at a time? A couple posters here actually believe that's physically impossible and would call you a liar.

 No.226770

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>>226766
I agree to an extent but I actually like the new Touhous for this game, well some of them. I like the designs for Keiki and Mayumi.

 No.226778

>>226768
I think they only call you a liar, both because you do often blatently lie and because it rustles your jimmies to the extreme.
I mean, someone just brought up walking and you still wince from the pain of that butthurt you got last time.

 No.226781

>>226778
>you blatently lie
Source?
Are you talking about when I mentioned walking 18 hours that time I was locked out of my house? If you call that a lie then you're one of those fatasses who views walking more than short trips to the fridge a "superhuman feat" (sic).
>it rustles your jimmies
A calm and rational rebuttal to each of those fatasses was not "rustled jimmies."
>butthurt
Remind me I'm talking to stupid little kids on this site.

 No.226782

>>226781
It is pretty clear you are still quite heated about it. lol.
You should really drop it if the subject pisses you off so much.

 No.226783

>>226781
Not him but I've been on hiking trips with my dad and walked probably around 8 hours straight with a pack on before setting up camp. 18 hours just seems like a lot, not really a lot as in I think it's impossible, but it's more just like "why", at some point it seems like you'd sit down to rest a little in that time.

 No.226784

>>226781
Oh boy here we go again

 No.226786

>>226783
Did he tell you that he did it in the snow, going ten miles a hour, while only taking a break to hand roll cigarettes because he was chain smoking the whole time while walking? Oh, if I remember correctly he said he was also in his 50s or 60s too.
Are you starting to see why people don't believe him when he starts bragging about his world record breaking speed walks?

 No.226787

>>226786
whatever, it's probably embellished a bit, I don't see why you're so butthurt about it

 No.226788

>>226787
I just find it funny is all.
Both the silliness of it, and the fact it causes so much upset pointing out the obvious, that the story is a fabrication.

 No.226789

>>226786
The story didn't involve speed walking or snow, but thanks for dredging that back up. Not only do you fatasses think long walks are "superhuman feats," you can't believe that humans are capable of walking 5mph in the snow.

A WHOLE 5mph. I mean, seriously. What a liar. What does he think he's sonic the hedgehog?

Fatass psychology on full display here.

 No.226792

>>226789
You modify the story each time you tell it, but keep enough details to make it pretty clear it is you each time.
Even the same insults too.
I mean do you really think people would forget about your various previous tellings? You are the only one that brags about speed/power walking on this whole site. It ain't exactly hard detective work.
You started with a totally absurd story, get it called out, double down and get butthurt to the extreme, then a few weeks later bring up a revised version of the story that you think is slightly more believable but is still usually ridicules. Repeat and revises every time anyone brings up walking or exercise.
Again, it doesn't take detective work, just a semi-functional memory of your shenanigans. Your silly story is unique enough that even when you try to change details around it is still very clear that you are the same dude.

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 No.226798

>>226763
Thanks for this wizzie. You’re right. I’ll have to force myself not to go down that root. I’m going to look into buying some hiking boots today.

 No.226806

>>226792
>You modify the story each time you tell it
>each time
We had this argument one time. Once. In a crawl thread last year. It was winter and I mentioned, in a larger context if you'll recall, that I walked to the store across town at the last hour. You seized upon that irrelevant fact for whatever reason to "call bullshit" as you said. Frankly I was amazed that I needed to explain how walking 6 miles in the snow in an hour is not bullshit, but I did, with logic that even a retarded kindergartener could follow. And it ended with you still "calling bullshit" and sperging out with "butthurt!" to save face.

There were no other times.
>but keep enough details to make it pretty clear it is you each time.
6 miles. One hour.
Yep. Whole lotta details there.
>Even the same insults too.
No. I believe I called you retarded then. Now? I realize you're just a blob.
>I mean do you really think people would forget
I don't think they'd remember, too. Nobody else is emotionally invested as you are in "calling bullshit" on someone walking 5-6mph.
>your various previous tellings
*sigh*
>You are the only one that brags about speed/power walking on this whole site
<being this fat
>You started with a totally absurd story
Wanna hear something crazier??? I can see my penis when I look down.
>then a few weeks later bring up a revised version of the story
few weeks =/= a year
I know time flies when you're eating, but gimme a break.
>Repeat and revises every time anyone brings up walking or exercise.
One time. Once. Last year.
>it doesn't take detective work, just a semi-functional memory
Too bad you don't even have that little.

 No.226807

>>226806
>if I lie even more, double down even harder, and just call him a bunch of names people will believe me then right?
>Please be impressed by my stories about walking
>it is all I have left to validate my fragile ego

ROTFL

 No.226809

>>226807
don't make me repost that wikipedia about the old people sport where they power walk a lot faster than that, you're gonna look like a retard again

 No.226811

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 No.226813

>>226811
alright fatso you asked for it
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Racewalking

>superhuman feat


"The average speed of an Olympic race walker, according to a small study on Olympians published in the American Journal of Sports Medicine, is 7.7 miles per hour — the fastest marathon was run at an average speed of 12.43 miles per hour "

 No.226815

I don't believe that anybody older than 30 posts here, let alone people who are 50 or 60. The population of the board does not seem mature enough.

 No.226816

>>226815
yes, most of us move on or die, like I'll be in a couple years

 No.226817

You guys seem like old men trying to remember the good old days by reenacting something funny they lived, sadly your attempts have failed and now you only look ridiculous.

 No.226818

>>226813
>I am totally as fast a a Olympic race walker in the snow while chain smoking
>why doesn't anyone believe that I am a elite level athlete that can walk in the snow faster then people can normally run in the snow
>I also can totally racewalk at such a pace for 18 hours straight and do so all the time for no reason
>praise me damn it

It just gets better and better.

 No.226822

>>226818
>Olympic race walker
Don't let 'olympic' impress you son, the modern olympics is rife with non-athletic events.
>in the snow
I'm not sure why you focus on this. Snow is not quicksand. Why not explain to everyone what you think is so special about snow?
>while chain smoking
Never said that. You're just lying now.
>elite level athlete
100 meter dash gold medalists are elite, Walking is not elite. People run and jog all the time but all of a sudden walking is 'elite' now.
>that can walk in the snow faster then people can normally run in the snow
Uh…People jog on snow all the time dummy, it's not quicksand. It doesn't slow you down. Do you need a jewtube video or something?
>racewalk at such a pace for 18 hours straight
There's that semi-functional memory again. You're mixing last year's post with last week's post.
>It just gets better and better.
It just gets fatter and fatter.

 No.226823

File: 1568308188464.gif (3.44 MB, 280x208, 35:26, jew ape.gif) ImgOps iqdb

Can't tell who's more pathetic, the Alaskan who's always lying about trivial things like walking speed or the martial arts mutt who's so butthurt he still remembers the posts said Alaskan made months back.
Great autism battle either way guys.

 No.226830

>>226823
>humans can jog and run but can't walk fast durrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

you fatasses are incorrigibly fucking dense

 No.226832

>>226830
>Totally not mad
>this is how a unemotional person with zero ego the discussion responds

 No.226833

>>226832
>mad
I'm laughing. You blobs really live in a different world where walking is a "superhuman feat." It's so dumb and demented it's funny.

 No.226859

I've went many years without a mousepad, as there is technically no need for it with a laser mouse, and my wood table is very flat.

But I figure since my whole life revolves around my PC, I might as well have all the proper ammenities. And I notice it is comfortable to rest my arm on public PCs mats.

At first I was just going to get the cheapest, but I figure since I'm on the PC 12 hours a day, might as well spend a few more bucks for a better experience.

I heard gamers prefer larger mousepads. Its not important to me, but I'm so vigorous on the web, that im like a nongamer gamer

 No.226860

>>226859
get one with boobs to rest your wrist on.

 No.226861

>>226860
I was thinking of it, but some sites said its worse for your wrist

 No.226862

File: 1568331556294.png (9.54 KB, 256x256, 1:1, kronk.png) ImgOps iqdb

>>226861
Huh, I would've thought it would be better.

 No.226863

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>>226860
That's degrading for wome n!

 No.226864

>>226863
Did you just assume the mousepad's boobs gender, anon? Disgusting!

 No.226865

File: 1568332150184.png (1.95 MB, 960x1241, 960:1241, aaaaa.png) ImgOps iqdb

>>226863
It's okay, they make them for people that "bat for the other team" like you as well.

 No.226866

File: 1568332588266.png (632.61 KB, 781x601, 781:601, wichyrdytkickass.png) ImgOps iqdb

>>226865
>>226864
prepare suckas!

 No.226867

>>226866
Prepare for what?

 No.226868

>>226867
for wizchan to breach 50% normalfag threshold

 No.226869

File: 1568333325602.png (711.17 KB, 944x603, 944:603, witchy--ranger.png) ImgOps iqdb

>>226867
this will teach you to respect wome n.

 No.226870

>>226865
>Gay furry mouse pad
Peak wizdom

 No.226871

>>226861
>>226862
I had a regular mousepad with a wrist rest when I was young, didn't like it and found it more comfortable and less straining to just rest the wrist on the desk.

 No.226873

>>226870
I know, I immediately thought about that guy in the fap thread when I saw the pic.

>>226869
What will?

 No.226874

I just prepared some flan and now I'm waiting for it to cold. Let's just hope it doesn't taste like shit.

 No.226875

>>226874
Is that hard to make or is it just like upside down pudding? Also flan for some reason always really grosses me out even though I've had it and it tastes good. I think it's because of that one courage the cowardly dog episode.

 No.226876

>>226875
it's incredibly easy, at least the recipe i followed it required only 3 ingredient(egg, milk, sugar) but I used my microwave oven to cook it and this is the first time i use it to cook anything so Im unsure if it turned out good. plus its also the first time i cook flan at all.

 No.226877

>>226876
Wow, only 3 ingredients? I hope it turns out good.

 No.226883

>>226874
what the heck is flan

i think i've made that beofre though if it only needs milk and eggs. i went several years where i would mix basically 4 ingredients (flour, milk, eggs, butter) in various combinations and eat the experiment at the end of it

 No.226885

File: 1568337669861.png (52.16 KB, 455x362, 455:362, cbflan.png) ImgOps iqdb


 No.226892

>>226883
the only flan I know was a final fantasy monster

 No.226895

File: 1568345976629.png (12.08 KB, 829x441, 829:441, Screenshot_2019-09-13 I wa….png) ImgOps iqdb

Damn.

 No.226896

>>226895
What did you draw?

 No.226898

File: 1568350388860.jpg (1.52 MB, 3648x2432, 3:2, Human_Embryo.JPG) ImgOps iqdb

There are still people defending embryos and fetuses as young as 10 weeks old as if they were persons because they have "life" because "life beings at conception".

 No.226899


 No.226902

>>226898
Life does begin at conception.
succubi who defend abortion by claiming a fetus is not a human, doesn't feel pain, not a living thing etc., are reaching. They want to have their cake and eat it too.
Destroying a fetus is killing a human life; whether that can be judged legally or morally as "murder" is a subsequent matter.

For the record I have no (zero (0)) problem with abortion. It's the logical inconsistency and mental gymnastics which irk me.

 No.226903

>>226902
Personally I despise "anti-abortion" statements that give ground on "cases of rape, or incest." That's just cowardly and hypocritical. Either there is an ethical argument about a human life being held at the mercy of others, that humans have a responsibility to a dependent human life that outweighs their own wealth, physical condition, and happiness, or there is no such argument. If there is any grounds for terminating a rape baby then there is an equal grounds for terminating any baby. The argument that rape does not legitimize murder might lose all the anti-abortionists all of their support amongst all succubi, but so what. You can't trust anyone who thinks abortion is baby murder but also apparently thinks that socially convenient baby murders are fine.

 No.226904

In the womb a baby never experiences anything, it could be said you take the life of something that is living but you are not taking the life of something that is sentient or has lived. I think that it's better to abort such a thing than to have it live as usually the circumstances surrounding it would lead to a poor life. At best it is being raised by a young, poor, single mother who is not ready for it at worst it's bing raised by that same mother but who was raped so will constantly associate that child with that, I don't believe the child would be happy to be conceived in that manner either.

 No.226905

>>226898
Right. Life starts when the baby passes through the vagina which is when the goddess breaths the soul into them, as we all know.

>>226903
Likewise, accepting abortionist premises generally conflicts with an egalitarian and progressive view of life.

 No.226906

>>226902
Yes, it does, problem is, that doesn't make abortion wrong, but that's pretty much their whole defense "it's a human life you're killing, a human life, that's why it's wrong!"
Why do they apply the same judgment to something that is clearly not a person yet?

>>226905
>Conception is the start of something, but it is more the start of the possible rather than the actual. It is not until a being emerges that has the traits necessary for individual existence that we can and should say that a person has begun. To ask the law to treat embryos as persons from the moment of conception is to head down a path where the facts ought not permit anyone to go.

It's silly to say that embryos are persons since most embryos aren't even apt to become humans
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5443340/

 No.226915

>>226904
Babies can experience things in the womb. They still hear and feel things. Music played to unborn babies has influenced on them post birth.

>>226906
Not being born yet doesn't stop something being a person. Your argument can be better explained in cannibalism

>If I bite a fully formed baby it is cannibalism and wrong

>If I cut the toe off of a baby and eat it then it's not cannibalism because it's not a complete baby

The whole debate is fucked because it's pushed into 2 camps where you can't say it's fine to kill nigger kids but not white kids. You have to be entirely for or entirely against it. And the people discussing it are fundamentally different in their values and how they view the world. Ultimately the abortion debate is the best explain for why political systems are currently broken. These two groups are utterly opposed to each other, they should not be sharing a political system. You can't consider someone a baby killer and then accept their vote as equal to your own, there is something very very wrong with you when you think baby murder isn't a crime punishable by death. So rather than argue over if abortion should be allowed or not I propose instead you argue over if you should have a country composed of baby murderers and anti-baby murderers. If you agree it's murder of a baby or not doesn't matter because it's irrelevant what it is. What matters is two opposing tribes and one of them seeing it as that thing. If they do see it as that thing then they have no excuse for tolerating it.

 No.226920

>no politics in the crawl thread
>Here are my views on abortion and the political climate in the western world

Y'all know better.

 No.226921

>>226920
If complaining about wizchan was also prohibited we would still be on crawl thread #10

 No.226923

>>226921
>crawl thread #10
ah, the time of the crawl thread wars, when sonic poster and the fag who wanted to OP it with moeshit fought each other to be the one to post the new thread, with sonicposter winning by 3 seconds, followed by 100 posts of butthurt

good times

 No.226936

>>226923
Why do you have to remind me os such things.
Why do I still remember it so easily.
I need a life.

 No.226938

>>226921
>If complaining about wizchan was also prohibited
It actually is if you do it outside of meta.
It is literally what most of the bans and warnings I have gotten have been for.

Infact the post you are responding to breaks it and me mentioning it does also breaks the rule.

 No.226939

>>226923
Just checked and I had to do 3 of the last 5 crawls because nobody cares anymore. Not only I often only realize it when the old crawl is at the very bottom of the first page but it also takes me a long while to choose a decent picture. It's hard because I don't keep a picture folder anywhere so it's pic hunting time every time. I'm rather finicky when choosing it too. It has to evoke stillness, some sort of beauty and contain no depictions of 3D living beings of any sort. Like the picture of this crawl. That one took me 30 minutes of image searching.

 No.226940

>>226939
We appreciate your effort. Well, at least I do.

 No.226941

>>226939
>nobody cares anymore
I've noticed that
maybe I should make the next thread (OR THREE) with sonic the hedgehog

that oughta get their asses to start caring again

 No.226942

>>226939
I care I'm just afraid if I make the thread people will complain about the image or also if I make it what if someone makes a new thread at the same time I make mine, that would be embarrassing

 No.226943

File: 1568380425998.jpg (103.49 KB, 1400x700, 2:1, sonic-the-hedgehog.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

>>226941
Do one with movie Sonic. I think it was the fastest, no pun intended, dying subject matter I've ever seen in recent times. For 48 hours after the trailer came out everyone was talking about it, doing redesigns and harvesting clicks from it on every media and then on the third day it was like it never existed at all. AT ALL. Pretty amazing, honestly. To be brutally honest, I liked all Eggman scenes in that thing.

>>226940
You're welcome, wiz.

>>226942
I recheck the Roman numbers every time because the anxiety of fucking it up makes me afraid I've suddenly forgotten all about Roman numbers and I must have made a mistake somewhere.

 No.226944

>>226939
>Just checked and I had to do 3 of the last 5 crawls because nobody cares anymore.

I'm always nervous about these kinds of things and worry I will use the wrong image. One of the 5 was mine though and nobody complained about the image I think.

 No.226949

>>226948
I'm 32 but thanks, I still feel like a kid at heart, yeah. Plus, people in their early 20s even care about Sonic? Everything past the Dreamcast is so bad I can't imagine anyone not growing up playing the early titles to give a shit, but then again I might be wrong.

 No.226950

>>226943
nah…I'm done posting sonic, the next thread is yours

 No.226951

>>226949
There are tons who had there first exposure with sonic with the Sonic Adventure games and loved them. And to be fair, they aren't bad games. They aren't as good as the better 2d sonic games but they are still mostly good.

 No.226952

>>226943
iirc that's not even what realsonic will look like, people complained so much they delayed the flick until next march for a redesign

 No.226953

>>226951
Most of the modern sonic games are playable at least. Mania is by far a worse game where it's constant gimmicks and bing bing wahoos. You just watch sonic bounce around the screen as you hold forward.

The sonic thing disappearing after 2 days screams of fake news. Media being paid to run these articles, bots being made to run it. They probably wanted to delay the film any way and this gives them an excuse to do so and makes them look "good"

 No.226954

1 week without drinking. I was suffering from constipation yesterday. One of the things I noticed is that I always get constipated when I don't drink. So I decided that I had to drink a little, or else no poopooing, but fortunately I managed to avoid the "just a little" slippery slope. I must've taken a sip or two and suddenly my intestines reactivated and I went to the bathroom.

I wonder if this is physical or psychological, and whether it's because I'm addicted or it's just me being naturally constipated and the alcohol actually helping it.

 No.226955

>>226954
You found an excuse to keep drinking so you didn't stop drinking you just used another addicts excuse.

You should improve your diet or get some laxatives.

 No.226956

>>226954
>I wonder if this is physical or psychological,

I've noticed it too. I'm not a big drinker, I just have a ginger beer every now and then but when I do it often times makes me have to use the toilet.

 No.226961

>>226953
alright so if it was faked why would they want to delay gangsta the hedgehog and miss the big christmastime ticket sales?

 No.226965

>>226961
Star wars will dominate Christmas. With spin off Star wars tanking they have a chance to muscle out that slot instead of try to compete with the same manchildren market.

 No.226980

File: 1568416521541.jpeg (539.77 KB, 1536x2048, 3:4, D8334CFC-4ECA-444D-9A16-4….jpeg) ImgOps iqdb

Should I devote my life to…
1. Pleasure
2. Comedy
3. Writing
4. Suicide
5. Other (reply with your answer)

 No.226982

>>226980
why anything

 No.226983

Got a mildly painful lump in my manboob. After googling it is unlikely cancer or anything serious, but most recommend that I still go to a doctor.
Thing is I don't really wanna go due to the huge amount of paperwork and hoops to jump through to see a doctor for nonemergency reasons. Also since I don't have insurance it will probably take a chunk outof my savings (no political rants please).
Hopefully it will heal itself in a few weeks. At first I thought it was a ingrown hair or something but it doesn't effect the skin at all. It just feels like a similar pain. IDK for sure what it is but I feel fine.

 No.226984

>>226982
Because OCD.

 No.226985

>>226980
How about you figure out what you actually want to do on your on rather then ask randos on the net to make major life choices for you.
You aren't a harem anime protagonist, you are a 3d man. Make a choice and work towards it.
Forge your destiny and cut a path to the tomorrow you wish to be your present.

 No.226986

>>226985
What are you doing with your life then Wiz?

 No.226987

>>226980
Pleasure, which apparently entails writing and comedy in your case. After which you'll eventually realize that you will never achieve any great surplus of pleasure and the only thing that makes sense is to commit suicide.

 No.226988

medieval times extended the roman numerals and Z meant 2000. is this what "gen z" comes from? just thought about it.

 No.226990

>>226988
Gen Z comes from Gen X which were the post baby boomers generation.

 No.226991

>>226986
Learning the art of the fist while saving up to open my own gym one day.
How bout you?

 No.226992

>>226965
Wouldn't people just go watch both dumb flicks? I don't understand. What…do moviegoers only go see one thing during the whole long x-mas season? When did that start.

 No.226995

>>226992
When it started costing $50+ dollars to take a family to the movies.

Yeah, when it is just one person who just buys a ticket, doesn't buy any stuff at the snack bar, and uses discounts it is maybe less then $10 a pop and would be more likely to go several times a season, but still kind of unlikely unless they REALLY like seeing movies in the cinema.

A full standard family though, forget about it. Far too expensive to go every other weekend. For most going to the movie as a family is something that they do maybe twice a year or so, if that.

 No.226997

>>226995
Families barely even exist any more. We went from families watching TV together to TV in different rooms and now everyone has their own portable device to carry around. So even if two people are in the same took they're more likely to be staring at different things. It's like machines taking turns to read facebook posts to each other.

And movies are now out on streaming a month or two after they leave the cinema. Why pay so much more when you can just wait a month and watch it as much as you want for 1/10th the cost, in a more comfortable chair, with any food you like and any can pause it to take a piss?

 No.226999

>>226995
>When it started costing $50+ dollars to take a family to the movies.
damn, I forgot about that

 No.227013

hate how chaddish most cops look. look like they are going to bully me at any time the fucking piglice.

 No.227017

>>227013
thats the theme of 21 Jump street

 No.227044

Why did you delete the reply with this video? I want to say thank you to the wizard who posted this. It’s perfect for me. For those who don’t want to watch a 17 minute video (although it’s all good stuff):

1. Listen to death
2. Drop your ambitions
3. Put your desires in context
4. Enjoy the day

 No.227045

>>227013
sounds like you've got an inferiority complex

 No.227082

>>227013
they're all power-hungry low-iq violent pieces of shit, it's the job description

 No.227086

>>227082
>low-iq
They're average and below. The IQ ceiling to be a cop is like 100.

 No.227087

I kept hearing this weird noise so I opened up the blinds to see what it was and it turns out it's a deer sneezing over and over again. It keeps scratching it's nose with one of its back hooves and then sneezing. I guess deer get colds too. I've got one at the moment too but luckily it's not the sneezing type

 No.227088

>>227087
lol, now the first bunch of deer trotted off a little bit, but then a couple more came by and every time the other deer sneezed they froze and listened and were like wtf was that. They had the same reaction as me apparently.

 No.227096

>>227045
sounds like you're a copsucker hopefuly some piglice unleashes his tard rage on you one day.

 No.227138

>>227013
Yeah, they need to physically imposing to do their job.

 No.227139

>>227013
I've never noticed that before, they don't seem that way to me.

 No.227152

sometimes I fantasize about going somewhere hot for the winter, but then I realize its easier and cheaper to just not leave the house

 No.227154

>>227152
I fantasize about going somewhere cold for summer, but I'm just too lazy and brokem

 No.227172

>>226953
>The sonic thing disappearing after 2 days screams of fake news. Media being paid to run these articles, bots being made to run it.
Why can't it be real and just another example of the internet 2.0? A billion dumb normies on their jewphones, with the attention span of a bug, flitting from one thing to the next as they do.

 No.227176

>>227172
That's what I thought when I posted but then all the others wiz come with this "it's all under control" talk, I don't know what to think. I kinda still believe people really lose interest that fast.

 No.227177

>>227176
Seems like it from what I overhear at work.
Not that I am one to talk as I don't get fixated on most pop-culture thing for very long ether, with a few exceptions.

 No.227238


 No.227241

Having to see and listen and talk to normshits at work and shops and during commute makes me mad beyond words. Leave me the fuck alone!

 No.227242

>>226983

So far the lump in my manboob has stopped hurting and has gotten softer. Looks like whatever it is, it is healing it's self. At least I am 98% sure it isn't cancer so that is a load off my mind.
Hopefully it will just go away completely and I won't have to think about it again.

 No.227243

>>227242
your own damn fault, piggy

 No.227244

>>227243
gynecomastia doesn't mean he's fat

 No.227246

>>226983
>>227242
It’s not like you already know you are required to get surgery or have an expensive procedure done or something, how expensive can it be to merely have a general practitioner examine you for like ten minutes and to have his opinion on the matter?

 No.227247

>>227246
> how expensive can it be to merely have a general practitioner examine you for like ten minutes and to have his opinion on the matter?
Since I would be starting from scratch it would take weeks, and cost anywhere between a few hundred to a couple thousand for just a simple check up.
If they want to actually run test and such I am looking at a minimum of $5000, though probably more.
Not that they list the prices. I actually had to make phone calls and shit to find this out.

 No.227249

>>227247
wtf this is extortion
so you cannot simply walk into any random general practitioner office and tell him what you’re here for without spending a fortune? like, only one short visit?? what would they charge you so much money for anyway? good grief

 No.227250

>>227249
It doesn't cost that much, He is just ignorant/trying to make up a reason for himself not to go.

 No.227251

>>227250
Well that makes a lot more sense lol.

 No.227260

>>227249
>so you cannot simply walk into any random general practitioner office and tell him what you’re here for without spending a fortune?
No.
Also the vast majority do not even do walk-ins at all. You have to fill out forms, be on file, and set up a appointment.
>>227250
Oh really, then you call around and see how much it actually cost out of pocket.
In fact, you say it doesn't cost that much, well, how much do you pay then?

 No.227262

>>227242
I have these lumps on my balls, they're hard and getting bigger. So yeah it's probably cancer.

 No.227263

>>227260
>In fact, you say it doesn't cost that much, well, how much do you pay then?
It cost like $400 to get my testicles scanned in the ER. I don't know who you called but they are morons.

 No.227315

What’s with all the long posts these days? My aging brain can’t handle it.

 No.227317

>>227315
>>>/b/

Short enough for you

 No.227327

I always hated the "good guy gets the gurl at the end" trope. Even in cartoons they push that shit and I always instinctively hated it, without knowing why.

Part of the greatness of Big Trouble in Little China is the main character rejects the female lead at the end. The secondary succubus even asks "ARNT YOU AT LEAST GONNA KISS HER??" But he's just all like…"No." And walks out the door.

Great movie.

 No.227328

>>227327
I hate that too, hetero romance is annoying

 No.227330

>>227328
Back to /b/

 No.227331

>>227328
It's obnoxious for more reasons than that.

 No.227332

>>227327
Quite a few westerns and Noir films ends like that. Where the lone hero walks off into the sunset (where the trope comes from).

Oddly enough, despite being aromantic and personally find real life romance repellent, I don't really mind it in movies and other storied media. That said, being very much into individualism, when the lone hero sticks to his ways at the end of the story and continues on his way I do really love it.

 No.227333

>>227332
yeah but the way he does it, with one foot out the door, looking back and nonchalantly saying "no" at their anguished faces, after the whole movie long you expect them to totally hook up

the ending of Big Trouble was so wonderfully anti-trope it always makes me chuckle

 No.227334

>>227332
It depends really. If it's some hamfisted cliche and the succubus is just there to fuck the protag at the end it sucks, but if there's a real reason for it and they genuinely seem to like each other I don't care. Also giving a huge middle finger to the trope the way >>227333 describes sounds nice and well deserved.

 No.227335

I just shaved.

 No.227336

>>227334
sounds like you haven't watched big trouble in little china

 No.227337

>>227336
I have not. Just giving my opinion on romances.

 No.227338

File: 1568921113574.png (141.26 KB, 1500x926, 750:463, yahoo-logo-in-helvetica.png) ImgOps iqdb

Maybe someone here can make something out of this.



If you had a Yahoo account anytime in 2012 through 2016,
a pending class action settlement may affect you.



A Class Action Settlement has been proposed in litigation against Yahoo! Inc. (“Yahoo”) and Aabaco Small Business, LLC (together, called “Defendants” in this notice), relating to data breaches (malicious actors got into system and personal data was taken) occurring in 2013 through 2016, as well as to data security intrusions (malicious actors got into system but no data appears to have been taken) occurring in early 2012 (collectively, the “Data Breaches”).

2012 Data Security Intrusions: From at least January through April 2012, at least two different malicious actors accessed Yahoo’s internal systems. The available evidence, however, does not reveal that user credentials, email accounts, or the contents of emails were taken out of Yahoo’s systems.
2013 Data Breach: In August 2013, malicious actors were able to gain access to Yahoo’s user database and took records for all existing Yahoo accounts—approximately three billion accounts worldwide. The records taken included the names, email addresses, telephone numbers, birth dates, passwords, and security questions and answers of Yahoo account holders. As a result, the actors may have also gained access to the contents of breached Yahoo accounts and, thus, any private information contained within users’ emails, calendars, and contacts.
2014 Data Breach: In November 2014, malicious actors were able to gain access to Yahoo’s user database and take records of approximately 500 million user accounts worldwide. The records taken included the names, email addresses, telephone numbers, birth dates, passwords, and security questions and answers of Yahoo account holders, and, as a result, the actors may have also gained access to the contents of breached Yahoo accounts, and thus, any private information contained within users’ emails, calendars, and contacts.
2015 and 2016 Data Breach: From 2015 to September 2016, malicious actors were able to use cookies instead of a password to gain access into approximately 32 million Yahoo email accounts.

Plaintiffs claim that Defendants failed to adequately protect their Personal Information and that they were injured as a result. Defendants deny any wrongdoing, and no court has made any ruling in these matters.

Who’s Included? If you received a Notice about the Data Breaches, or if you had a Yahoo account at any time between January 1, 2012 and December 31, 2016, and are a resident of the United States or Israel, you are a “Settlement Class Member.”

What does the Settlement provide? Yahoo has enhanced, or, through its sucessor in interest, Oath Holdings Inc. (“Oath”), continues to enhance security of its customers’ Personal Information stored on its databases. Defendants will also pay for a Settlement Fund of $117,500,000. The Settlement Fund will provide: a minimum of two years of Credit Monitoring Services to protect Settlement Class Members from future harm, or Alternative Compensation instead of credit monitoring for Class Members who already have Credit Monitoring Services (subject to verification and documentation); Out-of-Pocket Costs for losses related to the Data Breaches; and reimbursement of some costs for those who paid for Yahoo premium or small business services. The Settlement Fund will also be used to pay for attorneys’ fees, costs, and expenses, and Service Awards for the Settlement Class Representatives. These are only a summary of the benefits. For complete information, dates, and details on the benefits, visit the Settlement Website www.YahooDataBreachSettlement.com.

What are my options? In order to receive any benefits, you must file a claim online or by mail by July 20, 2020. If you want to keep your right to sue the Defendants yourself, you must exclude yourself from the Settlement Class by March 6, 2020. If you exclude yourself you will not receive any credit monitoring or monetary relief from the Settlement. If you stay in the Settlement Class, you may object to the Settlement, and/or the amount of attorneys’ fees, costs, and expenses, and/or the amount of Class Representative Service Awards by March 6, 2020. If you do nothing, you will not receive any credit monitoring or monetary benefits but you will still be bound by the Court’s decisions. Complete information and instructions on Filing a Claim, excluding oneself from the Settlement, or Objecting are available on the Settlement Website at www.YahooDataBreachSettlement.com.

The Court has scheduled a hearing in this case at 1:30 pm on April 2, 2020, in Courtroom 8 of the U.S Courthouse, 280 South 1st Street, 4th Floor, San Jose, CA 95113, to consider: whether to approve the Settlement; any objections; a request for Class Representatives’ Service Awards; and attorneys’ fees, costs, and expenses for investigating the facts, litigating the case, and negotiating the settlement. The motion for attorney fees, costs, and expenses will be posted on on the date it is filed or as quickly thereafter as practicable. You may ask to appear at the hearing but you do not have to.

This is only a summary. For complete information and to file a claim for benefits, visit the Settlement Website, www.YahooDataBreachSettlement.com, email info@YahooDataBreachSettlement.com or call 844-702-2788 (1-80-9344112 for residents of Israel).

 No.227340

Thoughts on tarot reading and ESP?

 No.227341

>>227338
me, I stupidly picked yahoo over gmail in 2007 because I liked their html format let you open multiple tabs at once. Gmail's java didnt let you.

Of course yahoo eventually forced everyone onto new yahoo, and dropped anything good. but i have over a decade of emails on it.


eventually yahoo will probably go the way of AOL and I'll lose everything or be like those senior citizens still using AOL mail

 No.227343

>>227340
ESP is a interesting subject of inquiry but not something that has strong evidence from a rational perspective.

Tarot can ether be a occult educational tool (how I learned it) or strictly just a medium for divination practices. It is also great for opening someone up to cold reading techniques and practicing giving on the fly vagaries. That said, when it comes to just divination I personally always preferred the simplicity of dousing.
I will say that learning the minor arcana was a pain in the ass and I really disliked it personally.

 No.227344

>>227338
I used yahoo email as a junk email for a little bit, and also to make multiple accounts on a few forums and games.
I kept nothing of value on the account and gave zero personal information because why the fuck would I.

 No.227347

>>227340
There's certain things I can 'sense' without any evidence. I can always tell when a goddamn cop is going to come driving by from behind me anywhere. I can accurately tell the current time if I stop thinking and feel it (90% of the time). There's some other crap. And I've had hundreds of precognitive dreams since I was younger and I still do. The last one was a week ago.

 No.227348

>>227343
Not technically true on ESP. There is no reason why a human could not pick up other electronic activity in someone else's brain. And time isn't linear. So there is some rational perspective to it, it's just a shit load of fraudsters and no one knows how the brain works to even attempt to investigate it property.

Yes 99.9% of the people saying they're psychic are utter bullshitters, but there is still enough weird experiences out there to leave it possibly real. Same with a lot of super natural stuff, just because science can't prove it doesn't mean it's not true. Science can only study repeated events. Should an event only ever happen once science can't prove it was real or not, it simply doesn't have the tools to do so. As such there are areas we cannot understand using science.

 No.227349


 No.227350

>>227348
>There is no reason why a human could not pick up other electronic activity in someone else's brain.
Actually there are plenty of reasons why humans can't. The "electronic activity" isn't being sent as a signal broadcast that can be picked up at a distance. Humans have no sense organs that could even pick up such a signal even if it existed. And speaking of non-linear, thoughts generally have what can only be described as noise that come along with it. The brain is not a computer and it's processes are messy to say the least.
Also time is for all practical purposes linear on the macro scale. Oddness in theroretical subatomic physics doesn't translate to making esp probable.

 No.227351

>>227349
What the fuck does that article have to do with any of the users here?
Are you basically admitting to being a succubus or a rapist?

 No.227358

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FUCK YOU CLOUDFLARE FUCK YOU BURN IN THE FIRES FOR WHAT YOUVE DONE! I CURSE YOU AND YOUR PROGENY FOR 10000 YEARS MATTHEW!

 No.227368

I've been noticing recently that some youtube videos don't show the upload date for some reason. Anyone else?

 No.227369

>>227350
It doesn't have to be actively sent as a signal for it to be picked up though. Humans can detect electrical faults at a level they can't hear on a conscious level.

Your argument was that there is no rational argument for ESP. I proposed there is a rational argument by firstly debunking science, which is a fundamentally flawed idea (not saying it's not useful but it is flawed) and secondly explaining how just because it doesn't fit our current model doesn't mean it can't exist. Lots of times in the past we've claimed shit only to be proven hugely wrong later down the line. We don't know much about the brain at all and now we're deciding what it is and isn't able to do based on that info.

 No.227377

>>227369
>It doesn't have to be actively sent as a signal for it to be picked up though.
It does for such a hypothetical signal to be picked up at a distance.
>Humans can detect electrical faults at a level they can't hear on a conscious level
1. define what you mean by "electrical faults"
2. prove it

>Your argument was that there is no rational argument for ESP.

False
My argument is as follows:
> not something that has strong evidence from a rational perspective.
If you have strong rational evidences then by all means post it.

Also your argument actually isn't a rational one in context. Saying science is flawed, we don't know everything for sure, and people being wrong in the past, does not rationally conclude with esp being real, nor does it mean that there is strong rational evidence for esp.
This is called kettle logic, which isn't rationally consistent and therefore is invalid as a form of rational argument.

 No.227378

>electrical signals
all this does is give the materialists an opening to "debunk" you people, you know

if you believe in esp or any psychic stuff, you need to wise the fuck up and understand that it's all operating on a higher, nonphysical level, there's no friggin electricity involved

no electrical signals are showing me the future when I dreamed of david bowie dying of cancer, or the columbine shooting the day before it happened

 No.227382

>>227340
Not about espers, but when my relatives went to a bioenergy healer (I can attest myself he has some power from his palms) they saw a boy who upon being given date and year could give a corresponding day of the week within seconds without using anything.

One their acquaintance
went to an esper, basically a human X-ray for health problems and all the problems she mentioned coincided with the already known except for one. And that one appeared to be true upon professional diagnostics.

 No.227383

My mom has started throwing "millennial" at me in derogatory ways, finally joining all (apparently) the other parents countrywide on their "damn millennials dun ruined everthang durrrr" bandwagon. Tonight was the last straw, and I really told her dumbass off. She's not gonna dehumanize me with some shit meme she picked up from the fox jews channel, because she thinks it's so profound and the Answer To Everything. We have enough problems without bringing some contrived inter-generation resentment into the mix from the fucking goddamn talmudvision. And I told her I'll stop doing chores if I hear it again. I wonder if it'll work though. I'm quite serious about my ultimatum.

Anyone else having this problem? Have you had enough?

 No.227384

>>227383
Yes. My mother always says retarded shit about "my generation" and it pisses me the fuck off even when she's not doing it in a derogatory way.

 No.227385

>>227383
My dad complains about 'millenials' all the time, I think it's really dumb but he never called me one, I don't think the generation I'm part of matters, I'm mentally ill and don't really conform to anything spouted on the media outlets. It's really ironic in my situation anyway, he will complain about old people acting like angry old people when they hate on kids but then later complain about people that aren't old as him.

 No.227394

>>227382
>boy who upon being given date and year could give a corresponding day of the week within seconds without using anything

You are aware that isn't in any way considered a form of esp right?
That is actually a form of savant.

 No.227399

>>227383
I agree with her, this generation is awful.

 No.227400

>>227383
Just do the same thing and call her a dumb boomer.

 No.227401

>>227399
All generations are awful and people in general are shit.

 No.227403

>>227401
Well previous generations had a lower proportion of memers and degenerates and were more religious in nature.

 No.227404

Live to laugh. HAHA!

 No.227408

>>227400
She's wasn't born between 1945 and 1955.

 No.227409

>>227403
Do you not know of the 60s, 70s, and 80s?
The open degeneracy and extreme crime?
The free lovers, the open whoring, the swingers, the absurd amount of drugs and crime, the gangs on every street corner, the decontruction or rationalism and a embrace of whatever feels good.

No, it is all garbage.

 No.227410

>>227403
I'm gonna go out on a limb and guess you're no older than 20.

 No.227411


 No.227412

>>227409
That was done by subcultures, the difference is now it's gone mainstream. I'm not sure if you have noticed but gay marriage and marijuana were not legal back then. Homosexuality itself was not even legal in Britain until the 60s.

 No.227414

>>227412
How does homosexuality personally affect you?

 No.227416

>>227414
Nothing affects me really, as I have no job and don't go out much. Does the fact that something does not directly impact my own small personal world mean I should support it and that it should not bother me? Of course not.


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