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 No.171777[Reply]

So we all know about the travelling meme.
Every normalfag is addicted to it. So much that they congest everything in the town they travel to so you can wait in line to get your lunch from any of the better restaurants.

What are the destinations you would want to visit before you die?
Do you have a place you want to see one day?
Or do you even have a few of them?
Would you even live there if you could?
Here you can discuss all those things

>okay but you first …

Oahu would be the place for me
>warm and paradisic entire year
>has everything from lush greenery to barren volcanic landscapes to explore
>1st world country, modern infrastructure, high tech
>shopping centres with everything you could have ever imagined to buy
>the laid back culture of its inhabitants
>fantastic food with the freshest of all ingredients directly from the ocean or your own garden
>California is only a few hours away by plane, so you can visit Disneyland anytime you want to
If I had infinite money I would definetely move there permanently
I would have a house, a private beach and a giantic garden where I would grow all types of plants
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 No.171428[Reply]

I was reading The Giver and there’s this chapter where the elder, the giver, decides to finally transmit his favorite memory to the young boy who was preparing himself to be his replacement. This memory turns out to be a memory of an idyllic Christmas family celebration, and when I read that it got me thinking about what were my happiest memories, and immediately after about what were the happiest memories that humans can have in the course of their lives. So I searched for “happiest life moments” to see if there existed already a consensus on this, and I found that among what is regarded for many to be the happiest moments of life and consequently their happiest memories there is nothing I’ve had.

>The research revealed that men are happiest at 40 whilst succubi hit their positive peak at 38– citing being fit and healthy, having a great group of friends and feeling confident in their appearance as the main reasons for their bliss.

>The findings show that loving relationships outweigh money and material gains with life’s top ten happiest moments dominated by friends and family.

My happiest memories are of me playing in a cybercafe with some childhood friends, and times when I laughed so hard I could cry, but it's been so long that now it's all blurry and almost forgotten. Happiness in life and the remembrance of said happiness from what I read seem to be so dependent on relationships that is almost a cruel joke.
These past years, for example, even though I'm sure I've experienced some joy, those moments of joy… I cannot remember them and I think that is because I've been alone in every single one of them. It also reminded me of that time when I met my math teacher by chance one evening, I was 15 driving my bike near my old school, and the first thing he asked me was if I still kept in touch with my buddies from that school, I lied to him not to disappoint him, and he replied "That's good. I'm happy to hear that. Never lose touch with your friends. Never because those memories of you and your friends will stay with you forever." he said this agitated and I could see an expression of regret in his face but I remember this clearly because he truly meant and felt that and I even wrote it down in my diary.

Now it's too late for friendship and trying to get those happiest moments that we see in this top ten, and many could argue that most people live unforgettPost too long. Click here to view the full text.
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 No.171529

>>171428
>succubi's happiness peaks at 38

lol what, it has to be early to mid 20's at the latest. nothing more miserable than an ageing w o m a n

 No.171531

>>171528
What is even the true self?

 No.171534

Pretty much all of my happiest memories involve playing video games.

 No.171535

>>171534
Same tbh.

 No.171776

>going to Maine and sitting on a rocky beach watching the sunset listening to Bvdub and Pink Floyd
>going to a colonial village at the end of summer with family when we were 15
Probably some other stuff.



 No.171710[Reply]

For anything space related.
I remember in year 2015 when the satellite thingy arrived at pluto. That was awesome to see those pics.
Here is some cool video I found on youtube it comes with cool music too

>anon

>you have been chosen to be sent to the international space exploration program
>you will be sent to a faraway planet in a high tech space vessel to explore and report back home whatever you might find out
>it travels with 1000x light speed and has enough supplies for 100 years of life
>it also comes with a 4K camera, infrared, high speed internet connection and a surround system so you can play music to aliens you might find
>you are connected to Houston space station 24/7 for questions and you will be given an instruction into your new space vehicle
would you accept or decline, anon?

and more importantly, where would you travel to?
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 No.171722

One ticket to the centre of the Sun please

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 No.171740

what I always wanted to see is the neptune from near. It looks so beautiful. And after that. I dunno
I would probably just keep flying into infinity and just recording all interesting things I come across

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 No.171775

Are there any song about flat earth?



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 No.170475[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Any vegan wizzies?

Why or why not are you vegan?

"From these practices it is perfectly evident that it is not for nourishment or need or necessity, but out of satiety and insolence and luxury that they have turned this lawless custom into a pleasure. Then, just as with succubi who are insatiable in seeking pleasure, their lust tries everything, goes astray, and explores the gamut of profligacy until at last it ends in unspeakable practices; so intemperance in eating passes beyond the necessary ends of nature and resorts to cruelty and lawlessness to give variety to appetite." - Plutarch the Platonist

All great wisdom traditions such as the Pythagoreans, Platonists, Rishis of India, Buddhists, etc were vegetarians and vegans. Great men like Pythagoras, Socrates, Plato, Plotinus, Porphyry, Plutarch, other Platonists, the legendary Rishis of India, Gotama Buddha and his spiritual descendants, Nikola Tesla (a most legendary wiz who gave us everything in the modern world), Leonardo DaVinci, Isaac Newton, all vegetarians/vegans.

Furthermore, veganism is irrefutable. The arguments are impossible to refute and the science sides with veganism. And the decadence which has been brought about by the higher consumption of animal products is palpable in society. Not only do you suffer physically from eating animal products, you also suffer spiritually, intellectually, and karmically. It has been proven to be the ideal diet wholistically and for all stages of life.

If I may say so myself, veganism is the wiz diet.
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 No.171738

>lactose intolerance
dialy reminder that 70% of world population has this and it is entirely natural to have it.
There is not a single species on the planet that takes nutrients from milk in adult lifetimes except the homo sapiens europicanus

It is even saud that milk could be one of the factors why europe has a much higher cancer rate then for example asia.

 No.171741

>>171738
You don't need to be butthurt about being lactose intolerant.

 No.171744

>>171738
imagine not being able to eat cheese
imagine not being able to eat ice cream
wow

 No.171746

>>171738
i agree dairy is not ideal food for humans (meat is) but let's be honest there are worse things (sugars, seed oils)

 No.171774

>>171737
I don't understand the question, please rephrase
>>171736
So i can't digest lactose my drinking more or injecting good bacteria to breakdown the milk better?
>>171738
Europeans are also the tallest in the world on average, how do you explain that?
>>171741
Yes we do, lactose is tasty


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 No.167228[Reply]

Is that all i am doing anything for?
When i disregard other humans and turn to philosophy, is that just a cope by brain chemicals wishing to get some reaction from doing so?
>Dopamine
>Serotonin
>Norepinephrine
>Glutamate
Are these my true rulers?
Is the demiurge in fact the architect of my neurotransmitters?
Then there's the hormones
>Cortisol
>Melatonin
>Testosterone
>Oxytocin
> Ghrelin
What the hell? I didn't ask for any of this and i don't understand what's going on
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 No.171735

>>167228
I feels like there are ghosts in my brain, who all want different things. One wants to conquer and rule, one wants to be a recluse, one wants to get meat and gorge, one wants to care for animals and be vegan.
What the hell am i?? Just a collection of brain bullshit?

 No.171745

>>171729
It's more likely than you think.

 No.171748

>>167228
>Is that all i am doing anything for?
The brain is only a tool for survival. The brain chemicals are the trial and error system who should guarantee your survival. When ever you do something right you will be rewarded by your brain. When ever you make an error you will punished by your brain. That is all there is to it.

 No.171753

>>171748
Why do you refer to the brain as if it’s an entity that is removed from yourself?

 No.171773

>>171748
Then how come i can suffer when other people would receive pleasure brain chemicals, i receive punish brain chemicals?



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 No.170172[Reply]

yeah it's not kosher, but I'm bonafide oldfag and 2 years to becoming ascended so nobody has the right to police me.

I'm still trying to figure out my career prospects guys. Everywhere I look there's a bunch of stupid normies enslaving me in stupid work. Want advice:

1. low stress
2. low normie
3. $20+ an hour

Any ideas guys. I can finish a university degree, I just have no idea where I'm headed
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 No.170358

>>170181
Must be nice to live in a country that pays you to give your life juice.
In Canada they expect you to do it for free. I think you get a cookie.

 No.170392

>>170358
>I think you get a cookie.
Not even, it's a tangerine and some water in one of those conical paper cups that can't be put down

 No.170683

>>170324
You need to weigh at least 150 pounds where I go to give 750ml.

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 No.171772

>>170180
How do you find the motivation to do your work and to not just rot in your room like me?



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 No.166260[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Seriously, i dont get it.

This should be the golden age for disregarding other humans and being able to sustain yourself in a hugbox of your own creation, and yet, after 15 years of trying, i have not made a dime through online work.

> Tried selling on eBay in the mid-2000s, products eventually went out of fashion or competition blew me out

> Tried 'justcodebrah' more than 5 times, including one compsci attempt, we all know how that turned out kek
> The other four attempts were blends of online courses, FCC, codepen, some git stuff etc
> Familiar with basic procedural and OO code structures, yet this was all 10 years ago and may just be a meme now
> 5 years ago looked into ecommerce again and likely got scammed
> Getting scammed is a common occurrence in my online endeavours

I simply don't get it. I'm dumbfounded at my inability to wrangle even pittance out of the norman webuser, yet, it is i, someone who has limitless amounts of time to work on this, that end up out of pocket and frustrated.
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 No.170679

>>166276
What is your strategy for gambling?

 No.170763

>>170679
I get there early and move around table to table and pretend to enjoy the "Casino Atmosphere" while I scope my target (usually a succ mid 40s to early 60s) I watch them throw away all the money they have on a slot then move in right behind them and start playing that machine. It's not a sure thing but I've won more money than I've lost doing this.

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OP here, trust me I no longer care about being righteous and moral. I'm too smart to live like this, suffering in this dark room while the absent-minded hoards continue to amass resources.
I'm going to study this book to the letter and then report back.
My weak constitution has held me back for long enough.
Is time for a change

 No.170787

>>170786
And if this finally fails, then I'm going to become a Taoist instructor like I always wanted and do a complete 180 turn back to my original life philosophy.
But for now, it's gonna be another 2-3 of bashing my head against the wall trying to breakthrough into resources extraction of the normie world
Maybe all this head bashing is because I am not meant to interact with the normie world at all?
Yet how am I to know what, I could just be another youthful psuedo-intellectual who shuns that which shuns himself.
Smart enough to see all of my flaws, not smart enough to adapt in spite of them.

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>>170787
I keep oscillating between wanting to be completely free of the money system and live in a cave, and wanting to go all out and parasite millions off the back of normgroids.
It would give me such pleasure to fraud money out of normgroids desire to fit in and be liked.
My uncle has a plan that i may get in on to help sell people on a particular industry that it looking to grow in the next 5 years, i may help him on this.
But still, whenever i do this, it's like i'm hurting myself too, because i'm using anger and hate to further my life. Essentially going to the dark side, but should i care?


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 No.170006[Reply]

Many of us here inspire to live the hermit life in nature. I thought I would make a thread to discuss this worthy cause. This is a thread not to discuss the mere desire to live alone in a cabin in the woods, but to seriously discuss the possibilities, logistics, pros and cons, and the reality that would be living as such.
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 No.170770

>>170767
Recall reading some book from a south pole expedition, they pulled it off but had several people sleeping in the same tent so not sure how it goes for one guy when it gets really cold. Some sort of fireplace is probably to recommend. Snow is a great insulator and a thick forest may be 10 degrees warmer than a flat area

 No.170772

>>170767
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christopher_Thomas_Knight

This guy did pretty much exactly that for many years without ever having a camp fire. I read a book about him, it sounded extremely unpleasant.

 No.170774

Here in Brazil the forest is merciless: too many venomous snakes and spiders, jaguars, pumas, dengue fever, yellow fever, malaria, Chagas's disease and more. Only people with some serious training and knowledge survive in the Amazon rainforest or Atlantic forest.

 No.171767

>>170767
wtf starting a fire isn't really that hard lol

 No.171770

I've been doing forestry work. It made me realize that there is a lot of activity going on in these "supposedly remote" locations that makes hiding a cabin a difficult endeavor.

I would check the land permits of the area. You want to end up in a stand of trees that was recent logged and past the regen phase- about 20 years old. I would be very careful not to set up around rotted trees or alder, in a windstorm your cabin could easily get rekt by blowdown from these.

The real problem is you can't hide your car. If you're not using a car you're probably not far from civilization. Good option is to truck in the foodstuffs by canoe. Living away from society for an extended period requiring secrecy is just risky all around. This is a way of life better suited to transients. If memory serves squatting on land for 4 years in Canada gives you legal status

other ways of getting cheap cabin permits include trapping and prospecting licenses. They'll let you put one up during your rental period. The downside is you have to trap X number of pelts every year for the trapline and probably similar for prospecting



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 No.171160[Reply]

Anyone else want to get rid of material possesions,reject them in principle and not only in fact,and live as frugally as possible?
Im considering pulling it off,but combining it with travel,it will be hard,a lot of areas to work on,but I think its the right path for me
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 No.171751

>>171739
Eh, I still pirate anime and movies. Though PC gaymes are harder to pirate these days. Soybile gaymes are much earsier to pirate though.

 No.171754

>>171160
>Anyone else want to get rid of material possesions,reject them in principle and not only in fact,and live as frugally as possible
I wish I did because I fucking hate wageslaving but I am an absolute slave to buying things. Even things like food, I can't do the whole pot noodle thing. For me nothing beats going to a small, quiet place to eat and buying some nice high calorie meal and browsing wizchan on a laptop for a couple of hours, there's a place near my house where almost no one is there on weekdays during working hours with really comfy furniture. I also like buying material goods like headphones, consoles etc.

I envy people who can be minimalists, I can't imagine not purchasing stuff. I know it's normally a normie trait, but in reality they're just morons who will buy a phone just because it's new. That is completely retarded, but I still find there are so many cool products out there which I genuinely enjoy using. I used to have a shit pair of speakers but I bought some good ones and a nice subwoofer and the difference is night and day, I'd never be able to go back. People say it's all in your head and that it doesn't really matter but I just think that's not true.

I don't want to derail your thread just by disagreeing OP, just thought I'd give my opinion.

 No.171756

>>171754
Normalfags buy for status. Wizards buy to try and ease the pain of existence with material goods.

 No.171757

>>171222
>>171232

>I am bored and buy random crap of ebay or Chink shit sites I don't really need in the end but my autism somehow manages to convince me that those are essential items


This has been me for the past 7 years. Bought it all, the mechanical keyboard, the gaming mouse, the headphones, even bought a fucking boiler suit at one point. The other day an ad for a shitty jheri curl wig popped up for the equivalent of like $10, I laughed when I saw it and the next minute I decided to buy it. I have absolutely no idea why but it made me laugh like a maniac when it arrived. I think i'm going slightly mad.

Still I don't actually regret any of it, it's not like I have anyone to impress or anything better to do. The computer parts/accessories were largely good purchases anyway.

One of the best things I ever bought was a projector, it cost about $500 but all I needed was a white wall and I could instantly watch anything off my PC on a 150 inch screen. I never bought an actual projector screen and I just put the projector on a desk or on the floor. I didn't do any real setup but the quality is fantastic. Still haven't had to change the bulb after 5 years of moderate use. Nothing beats an evening where I can just sit down, get tipsy or drunk and eat some food while watching a nice long film or play some games.

People will spend colossal amounts of money on a "home cinema" which is cool if you can afford it, but just a sofa + projector + speakers is probably 80% as good and costs about 5-10% of the price. The most important thing is a large image and a comfortable sitting position, everything else is secondary. Definitely a good investment for any wageslaving wizard looking for something to buy to cure the boredom.

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>>171739
I was a fan of Hercules/Xena but i'm sure it would be a miserable shitshow watching them now.
>>171754
I can understand wasting money on delicious food, but going through hell of wageslaving for electronics which will inavitably break or stop being entertaining - nope.

Speaking of media collecting, the most i had was 500gb harddrive and after years of selection and increasing anhedonia its now reduced to a 64gb flash drive with fantasy fiction, comics, drawing books, music and some software. And all that was reduced to "essential" 15gb to fit on a google drive.
If one day i won't be able to torrent stuff or even completely cut off the internet - well, not a big deal, i have my basic stuff.



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 No.158524[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

What was your school life like? Was it hell? I came close to dropping out like four times.
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 No.171624

>>171622
I only made eye contact with my father and mother a single time after I left the loony bin while they were driving me home, and was to say: "I will never forgive you two" with. That was enough make my father lock me up for 90 days, lock the cupboards, only let me eat with spoons and also lock up my room from 8 PM to 6 AM.

I don't talk to my parents since 2008 and I don't even know if they are alive or not.

 No.171625

The final two years were great because I discovered and then spent all my free time watching anime, the ten years before that started out eh and just got worse as time went on.

 No.171626

I dropped out in the 8th grade but school when I was there was a strange experience for me. In class people would talk to me and I would talk back but at lunch time I always found myself alone.

 No.171764

i peaked in high school i was one of the best students
i was one of those people that do good in school and not so much in real life

 No.171766

>>171764
also got into uni but dropped out in the first semester lol


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