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God this place is awful.
It is a nest of bpdemons and mentally ill fuckwads who put their disorders on a pedestal instead of getting checked.
The question is, what the hell am I doing here?
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You sicken me


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keep crying about it, its cute. wanna kiss?


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do u have more bloody art like u posted…it's pretty nice


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very nice

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Do any of you guys know how to find friends online? I want to talk to someone while my days still pass by, but I don't know how… How can I find a social bubble online? I don't want to be alone anymore but it's so hard to find a place I feel welcomed in too. I just don't know anymore
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Or look up for other yume nikki discords, if you're not happy with uboachan one: https://hujle.github.io/
But I must tell most of them are either barely active or as dead as this board.


Get irl friends online seems to be the best way.


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usually I made friends just by fucking around and finding out. Being active in discord servers, having references in my social media bio that people could answer with a DM (I actually met one of my exes this way) and other stuff. Unfortunately it is just a matter of putting yourself out there, but that kind of thing is at least marginally easier online.


Just don't fucking use /soc/


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p much what this poster said, steam, discord, matrix especially if those spaces include shared interests it easy to start conversations. i put my steam in my twitter bio and ppl from loli & shota twitter have added me.

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>Be Me
>In Computer Class
>Kid in class hates ai voices
>Says they'll take his soul
>Teacher plays video with ai voice
>He cries
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that is so mean i am about to cry


holy shit you da kid or smth?


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me too

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I know this might sound edgy, but here I go anyway. I've been thinking about human predictability a lot lately. It seems to me that with a lot of things people seem to follow some kind of program, like their actions and words are automated and not their own. This is both on a day to day basis, and during unusual events. It's not just going through the motions, it's too exact. Let me use an inevitable event as an example: the death of Miyazaki. Thinking about this is actually what triggered this train of thought. When Miyazaki dies, I can already tell what will happen in far too exact detail. At first everybody will be in shock, but then they'll once again go into autopilot… Big news sites and tabloids alike will all publish the same article as each other about what a great man and inspiration he was and how he shaped the dreams of children and all of that white noise. People on social media will talk about they watched his movies as kids and how upset they are. Some people will make memorial videos on youtube talking about how great he was and they'll all go on and on like they're reading the same script, but slightly doctored to give the illusion of diversity. Ghibli will make a statement about it and maybe even make something in memorial to him. Right after that blip in time, it'll be gone and people will almost instantly snap back into their regular programming. That's it. It didn't even happen, and yet the feeling of it is already palpable. I wouldn't be too surprised if all of those articles were pre-written. My point is it's not like Ghibli will use their remaining funds to build a plane and kamikaze it into the United Nations head quarters. This example is just on the big scale, but I see it everywhere. Am I alone in this, or does anybody else feel it?
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>> In an argument, I always start by being almost certain of my position. If the other person starts to beat me in the argument, I have a tendency to bend the definitions of words and logic to try and twist things so that i'm still right. If I fail to do this, I might actually change my perspective on something.

>>I don't feel that defensive about my identity. I have no problem with the notion that in ten years I might be totally different. The hope that life might make me a superior person to who I am now is actually comforting to me.

Isn't that moment of maintaining correctness still in some deep rooted way preservation of identity? I guess realising that your opinion changes and that you put on a mask, as well as fundamentally understanding your self preservation in argument negates that to a degree, but I'm not sure it totally separates your identity from your opinions.


I do that because I hate losing. I have a stubborn streak and it extends to other things.


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>The way humans react must in some way be shaped by our culture
Why is that a necessity? There lies what my problem fundamentally is. All humans experience the emotion of grief in the same way. The feeling is consistent, yet the reaction to it is not. Is mourning a cultural exercise, or a personal affair? Common practice in society is inevitable and necessary in some cases, I understand this, but the way in which we mourn in modern society rubs me the wrong way. There is nothing natural about it as it is only possible because of technology. There is no diversity in society's reaction to something. The diversity you speak of is from one society to another, it is not from individual to individual. Mourning is an emotion that is experienced by an individual and an individual can only truly feel their own pain. Because of this I feel that the emotion should be reacted to individual(or with people who you actually have a strong relationship with). No click bait articles, no capitalizing on the object of mourning, no social media posts. I believe that these practices cheapen death and turn it into a digital circus act for people to gawk at and feign empathy for. Even if participating is a, "good life strategy", I want no part in it and it disturbs me.


Groups are predictable; the individual is not.


A machine is made predictable by its predictable components.

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How many of you are free software commies who won't use software unless it's approved by the FSF?
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Free Software Foundation


Software wants to be free?


I would but stallmans is so retarded about what 'freedom' is I can't.


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no i love my vista puter too much i've been using it since 2007 :). only upgraded the ram to 4gigs and 1080p screen. too comfy

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How much do you think people are tied down by their nature and what do you think it is? To me, human nature can be boiled down to a few thing: prioritizing self-interest, duplicitous, self-justification, craving validation, pushing others down to uplift themself at every opportunity and taking the path of least resistance
These are the things I think people are naturally inclined to do when they're left to their own devices. While people can occasionally override these core behaviors, few people can do so consistently. The majority of people will always follow their nature. Those who don't either compensate for their restraint through other forms of hedonism(self-righteousness), or are actually committed to their own ideal. How hard do you think it is for somebody to be the latter? Can anybody do it, or are people only born able to do it?
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OP gets it. Selfishness is driven by ego, which convinces us that we're separate entities from the world around us. It's a necessary system for survival so it makes sense it has spread to every human.

Almost all behaviour can be explained by evolutionary psychology bar behaviour that clearly doesn't produce any kind of advantage (suicide), however within this framework it falls into maladaption.


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Need some sweetness to live.


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That's true…


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Year of the Tiger 2022


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Wizard's First Rule

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Genshin impact cute picture thread
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People still play this gacha?


This thread is a lie


Is Genshin Impact still being played?


>>23984 I don't play but I bet it is.

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What's going on with Lain lately? I remember a thread from a couple months ago talking about how lainchan died because some guy guessed the admin password and deleted everything for the hell of it. After that a new lainchan that looks way better was made. Where's that thread and what's the link to the new and improved lainchan? Also, what happened to tsuki and system space? Did anything happen on July 1st? Is tsuki dead? What the fucks going on people?
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I will get lainchan.net up, .org is censoriting a lot of anons, fuck this


lainchan.org is what you want


Present time… Present Day




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Cars have a new challenger
It's $2m

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Did anyone else watch Gakkou Gurashi? People had a really mixed reaction to it, but I thought it was pretty good. Pretty depressing. Really didn't like the fan service episode, but it didn't ruin in for me.
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The only worthwhile thing egoraptor ever has and ever will produce.



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I meant those often opinionated and rough-looking type of videos that he posted.
On the conspiracy part side, silly stuff like this:
Those analysis type of videos that are often void of any real opinion and narrated by monotone britbongs (take CGP Grey for example) and often suffer from overediting aren't my style. On the other side, i also like analysis-type of videos that keep it short (under 15m) and have humor to fill in the exposition intervals (something like this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6ju5UGN9XM). Your links are some good stuff though.


Yeah, those type of informational videos are kind of dull. They're good if you just want to learn about the subject, but they aren't that entertaining. I personally prefer longer analysis videos because those feel like i'm going on a journey. While I can kind of understand why you would have nostalgia for mediocre, poorly edited stuff as that is becoming a bit of a rarity, i'm glad that people have moved past that. People bitch and moan so much about how things aren't how they used to be, but they forget that content on the internet is better now than it ever has been before.


Life is a lie…

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meds, now



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