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 No.20905[Reply]

All glories to Lord Bune, the Duke! I praise his name, Bune!

Wehl Melan Avage Bune Tasa

 No.20908

>>20905
DUNE.. the planet Arrakis; land of sand & source of spice Melange.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9xhJrPXop4



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 No.20906[Reply]

do you ever find yourself getting depressed over the state of things? for other people.
i know it's silly to get sad over, only because i can't do anything about it, but whenever i realize there's a kid out suffering or someone that lost a friend–by death or just by a one-sided lack of interest–or people getting abused or going hungry or homeless i just honestly get depressed. i hate that the world is so fucked up, like all the time

 No.20907

I'd say I get sad thinking that there's people going through hard times without any help. When I'm going through some shitty moment, I'm very thankful to the people who support and encourage me. It's disheartening to know that there's people who aren't lucky out there.
It'd be nice if nothing of this existed, but I'm also aware that there cannot be happiness if there is no sadness in this world. I think the best you can do yourself is spread some happiness in your own way. Maybe you can't give everybody in this planet a home and a hot meal, but you can start by helping those within reach, if you are able to.



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 No.20444[Reply]

uh oh your suddently attacked by a trex xD! what do you do

 No.20445

Nothing, I'm not afraid of dreams.

 No.20446

jump down its mouth in one piece and shit in its stomach before forcing my way out the other end, biting and scraping as the beast writhes in pain, knocking down trees and junk in the process. stupid lizard wants to make me a nutrient well id like to see it try, insipid wingless dragon wannabe museum piece loser

 No.20496

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suck it's cock

 No.20904

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>>20496
Good Luck



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 No.20086[Reply]

What’s wrong with jerking off? It keeps me from spending too much time focusing on attracting the opposite sex.
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 No.20210

>>20157
Can you explain it better anon, it just comes off as jargon to me.
>>20208
>-

 No.20211

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>>20157
>Christians
>White Children
>Race-based ideology
Wtf, you’re thinking of nazis, white nationalists, or white supremacists rather than Christians. A large number of Christians aren’t white, and some of the most Christian countries in the world are in South America which isn’t considered white. It sounds like you’re mixing up two very different ideologies based on random stereotypes of anything remotely “traditional” or socially conservative.

Christianity doesn’t say anything about race or preserving some genetic lineage. Christianity does say that lust is a sin and so is fornication or having sex without trying to have a child (definitely includes sodomy, and most likely includes protected sex.) I think one of the main reasons they are sins is because they can definitely affect people’s judgement and convince people to act in an immoral way just so they can feel good. Also, Jesus did say that looking at a woman in a lustful way is a sin and can be also be considered adultery so watching porn or checking out girls is probably considered a sin if you are a Christian.

I don’t think it’s that big of a deal. I do notice I tend to focus and sleep better if I haven’t fapped in a couple days. There also might be some sort of hormonal benefits.

 No.20874

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>>20211
Boredom is a state of mind.

 No.20885

I heard if you do it frequently enough you'll get hypofrontality.

 No.20892

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FMK



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 No.19065[Reply]

Have you ever been into outdoorsy stuff? Either now, or at some point in your life, have you ever been into fishing or hiking or biking or camping, etc? I remember going on long hikes through the mountains and other trails with my dad. I always liked that feeling of adventure. Looking at abandoned houses, walking along-side roads, biking downhill the sidewalks of a busy bridge road, aimlessly wandering through densly wooded tunnels. The quiet of woods can really create an exciting tension. I'd like to do that more often.
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 No.19096

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Some of my favorite childhood memories are going down to the creek with my sister and catching frogs. Although there's nothing like that around where I live now. Still, I like to go on 3 AM walks, it's nice and quiet and cool and the streets are empty, never really got any trouble from anyone except skunks and cops at that hour.

 No.19097

>>19095
And i can tell you that's bullshit. I've been to russia and lived among russians and can tell you most of them talk like they're tough shit and big men

 No.19099

>>19097
A women told me that. There's a difference between living there and roaming around the woods and places with not a lot of people.

 No.19115

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Weirdly enough, it seems like a lot of loners/weirdos (like me) are into cycling. I guess something about being alone with the constantly changing, often cool scenery is attractive to those kinds of people. There aren't too many abandoned buildings near where I live unfortunately, but there are some pretty cool areas that I like to take photos of.

 No.20891

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>Outdoors
My_urban_edible_garden



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 No.19939[Reply]

Does anyone have sources of the banners? I couldn’t find them myself, so I was wondering if you guys could.
Pics are examples of what I tried to find.

 No.19940

>>19939
I got most of those from gelbooru and pixiv.
We never added "uboachan" on those in the end, huh.

 No.20888

Cute!



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 No.16397[Reply]

Post em'
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 No.20793

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Navy tank

 No.20825

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Virtua Fighter

 No.20839

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Posting

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 No.18503[Reply]

I been feeling lately like a lot of the interest that normalfags take in Asiatic culture is somewhat disingenuous. In an attempt to appear more, "cultured", people have started moving away from European stuff and focusing on more, "exotic", cultures to seem more well-rounded. To me, it seems like they're forcing themselves to take appear like they've taken an interest in something to put on airs. A lot of what they focus on and glamorize were also at one point mundane, normal parts of life to their original practitioners. And now these people are coming in and treating it like some kind of high art. Even though they supposedly moved away from traditional European traditional culture, they still change their subjects of interest to better fit that mold of treatment. A good example of this is how the Michelin Star guide, which is almost entirely made up of indistinguishable, massively expensive French restaurants, randomly decided to throw in one Dim-Sum place. These people also completely ignore more contemporary Asian culture in favor of an obsolete version of ancient traditions, which have actually been updated for modern times by the people who made those traditions. You don't see these people try to emulate an eighteenth century English tea party. There's just something off-putting to me about the image of a bunch of snobbish, old, white people sitting around in Kimonos and obsessing over all the intricacies of a tea-ceremony in a class they payed to take and attend once a week in between golf games. Is this all just in my head, or does anybody else feel the same way?
https://youtu.be/XRH56FNrgoU
There's people who pull far thinner noodles in totally inconspicuous street food just to make a living, but you don't them parading it around to the whole world.
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 No.18578

>>18576
>Yep. Christianity = God. How fucking retarded are you? A system of belief is not the same thing as a a metaphysical entity. Did you pass the fifth grade?
Okay, I'll fix it.
>No, sorry, systems of belief cannot create or invent anything, people do, and the things you are describing were invented by white people.

>Why do you insist on projecting liberalism onto me just because I don't agree with your retarded meme philosophy and reddit tier anti-Christian rhetoric? You would fit right in r/atheism, so why don't you fuck off over there already?

You're literally the same as modern atheists but without the fedora. You both feed on lies and half truths, have a fetish for slave morality and pathological altruism and believe in universalism.

 No.18579

>>18578
Systems of belief can cause people to do things they wouldn't have done otherwise.
>You're literally the same as modern atheists but without the fedora. You both feed on lies and half truths, have a fetish for slave morality and pathological altruism and believe in universalism.
That both does not accurately describe modern liberalism specifically or is in any way related to my first post. You ran out of things to say pretty quick after you went through your laundry list of talking points. You can't actually address a point directly, you have to always side-step to regurgitate something somebody else already said.
>lies and half truths, have a fetish for slave morality and pathological altruism and believe in universalism.
And you're getting all of that from me thinking that Jews aren't responsible for everything wrong in western society now and Christian culture is more important, relevant, influential and complex than pagan cultures such as the vikings'. Wow.

 No.18647

>>18553
>Nobody is taught anything about white culture in their formative years

People are taught Christianism is the right religion to follow in most 1st world countries (except for asian 1st countries obviously), people are taught white people are more trustworthy basically everywhere including asian countries and 3rd world shitholes, USA and Europe public schools' teach mostly aspects of white history (check the curriculum of each country if you are curious). I don't know where you live but the majority of people are favorable towards whites except a few niches in big cities and internet. You seem extremely sheltered.

 No.18648

>>18647
>You seem extremely sheltered.
That's what you can expect from a libertarian anarchist.
https://uboachan.net/hikki/res/4199.html#4422

 No.20882

Any culture that rewards skills over social networking is fine by me. Meritocracy, HO!



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 No.18722[Reply]

My mood depends a lot on the the weather, time of day and season.
Time of day
Early morning is my favorite; it makes me feel fresh and clean, especially during the Summer. Something about waking up before most people, when the air is crisp, makes me blissful. Sunset somehow always depresses me. The sun slowly dipping into an orange haze reminds me that the day is coming to a close and that time has passed. The changing of seasons has a similar effect on me, but a summer sunset always feels the worst. Once night arrives I feel fine.
Weather
I love cloudy weather because it masks the time of day. You don't feel the slow, ceaseless crawl of time when it always looks the same outside. I also love rain and every type of storm. Hurricanes, blizzards, typhoons, they're all exhilarating. Compared to the daily monotony, they feel like an event. Sometimes I like to fantasize about massive, four story tall floods.
Season
Fall feels melancholic. Seeing the world slowly decay into bareness isn't pretty to me; Halloween is great though. Winter makes me feel tired and sort of hallow. There's some nice things about it too. Spring kind of puts me in a panic. For whatever reason, when the temperature outside rises above a certain point, it makes my thoughts a bit hazy and erratic, this just becomes more intense in Summer.
How does weather affect you? Do you notice anything similar?
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 No.19034

I wish I had the power to control the weather. My concentration and mood skyrocket once it rains softly and the cool air during the summer feels nice on top of this. It kinda reminds me of playing minecraft during the nights in the early 10s. I wish half of the summer days could be replaced with rain.

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I like late summer/early fall, when the sun is still caressing your cheeks on a clear day, but you can feel the warmth fading away with the next cloud. It's a very melancholic yet nice season with all that colorful and fragrant foliage.

In general I prefer rapid shifts in weather to long weeks of grey skies or brooding sunlight. So the change has mood lifting qualities for me.

 No.19121

>>19120
That's pretty uncommon. The changing of seasons usually leads to more suicide and death overall. Old people have a hard time adjusting.

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Autumn Falls. Winter is Coming.

 No.20881

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Starting to rain here.



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 No.20716[Reply]

stonetoss is talking shit about weeaboos
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Get this crap off my Ubuu.

 No.20840

And?

 No.20880

That's all, folks!

 No.20884

>>20716
go back to 4/qa/



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