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 No.1473[Reply]

Inconsequential scenarios. I've been thinking a lot about all the ways that life could actually be a delusion of some kind and whether that would even matter. Sometimes, thoughts will just creep up on me and no matter what, I can't think of any reason why they wouldn't be true. One is that every morning i'm actually a different person with the memories of every previous version. Technically, this could be true and I would have no way of knowing about it. I guess it's like Last Thursdayism. Sometimes, on late summer nights, I like to pace around my kitchen in the dark while chugging down massive quantities of water. During times like this, I actually start to almost believe my flights of fantasy. One time, I convinced myself that i'm in a computer simulation made by aliens and that every room is being generated as I walk into it. I then start connecting random dots and using that to validate myself. I'll start thinking about how somebody saying something often or being really predictable, or me seeing them a lot was somehow proof that the aliens were being lazy and didn't want to think of something new. They must have started cutting corners and those cut corners are the evidence. It's a bit scary thinking about that stuff in retrospect. Sometimes, when I look in the mirror, I get this strange feeling like what i'm looking at is an extraterrestrial or like i'm not really myself. Who the hell is this person? Thoughts like, "why do thumbs look like disgusting, malformed stumps", would just start popping into my head. It's like i'm being disillusioned from present reality. Do these kinds of moments ever happen to you. What could they possibly indicate? I'm not crazy, right?
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 No.1475

>>1474
>the idea that people are some kind of NCPs and don't really exist after they leave my line of sight
That one is pretty common with me.
>I'd even say it's just a side effect of loneliness.
I've also noticed that it happens much more frequently when i'm sleep deprived. This last July I was playing an rpg I was looking forward to for a long time and stayed up past 5am many days consecutively. During the day I would only take breaks to get food from the fridge. I only do that kind of thing once in a blue moon since i'm generally not that into video games, but whenever I do it really fucks with my head. Maybe it's becuase I both forgo interacting with people in real and the internet in favor of a fantasy land. I guess it's good that I only like games with a clear beginning and end.

 No.1476

>>1474
Also
>As long as you realize that it indeed sounds weird and crazy, even if it makes sense, you should be alright.
That's where the inconsequential part comes in. Even if by some miracle, I was right, it wouldn't affect my life in any way whatsoever. I wonder if this kind of stuff happens to everyone, and they just don't talk about it, or if it's exclusive to more reserved types.

 No.1483

>>1476

I don't 'pretend', I state a fact. They have zero validity. Whether you accept that and rethink them, or cry like a little kid who got stolen their precious toy, is a whole different matter.

 No.1485

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>>1483
Did you perhaps mean to reply to >>>/yndd/1042?

 No.1486

>>1483
The point flew over your head.



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 No.1470

>>1469
Oh man, you just reminded me of the holders, it's been so long. Such a shame it died. Was it archived somewhere?
By the way, you may be interested in playing the SCP game that came a few years ago (if you haven't already), SCP Containment Breach. Pretty good overall if a bit confusing with the whole modular room system. Don't watch any videos, just download and play, if you have any questions feel free yo bring it up on /og/.

 No.1471

>>1470
the Creepypasta wiki on wikia has maybe 50 of those stories, other than that, I don't think anyone else was keeping them up. Duckduckgo was no help, unless you're looking for towel bars and other bathroom storage solutions.

Yeah I heard that the game was fun as fuck. I wonder if it's availiable in app form. I am a mobileposting literal pleb.

 No.1477

Almost ten years of nope later, I have finally come to the realization that SCP-173 has some bitchin thighs and a nice core, although dat ass leaves much to be desired

if there's one thing we can take away from this legendary creepypasta about a concrete neck-snapping monster, it is that you can't neglect your glutes, bruh

thank you for your time

 No.1481

oh my fucking god

the holders.org is back up!

YES

 No.1482

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 No.1457[Reply]

I've been having a morbid thought very often lately. How much is human life really worth and can it be quantified? Is one person worth more than another? If I could exchange certain living people for a dead one being brought back, I would. Every time I hear about a person I like dying or already being dead, I just can't but think, why them? One million Stephanie Meyers aren't worth as much as Ray Bradbury. Three million Kristen Stewarts aren't worth as much as Harold Ramis. One billion Keshas aren't worth as much as Ryu Umemoto. Is this callous of me, or is it normal? If you could exchange people like that, would you?
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>>1457
Peaceful buddhism quantified it already in some suttas.

 No.1468

>>1463

>An artist's value might not be objective, but it's real to me and it surely it must be real to you too.


Unsubstantiated appeal to emotion and subjective opinions, also assuming you and I share any point of view.

>Irrelevant.


Just like your unsubstantiated response.

>Human imagination is limitless in my opinion. Why would you think Kon would be making Paprika 4? I don't believe that he would do something like that.


Again, meaningless appeal to subjective opinions and taste. What you 'believe' is irrelevant.

>What about scientists? Aren't they objectively worth more than some homeless drug addict?

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 No.1472

>>1468
>Unsubstantiated appeal to emotion and subjective opinions, also assuming you and I share any point of view.
I know all of this is subjective. What value is, is subjective. The whole point of this thread was to ask for other people's opinions on something. Also, it seems reasonable for me to assume that you value artists you like more than those you don't. It's like me assuming you don't want to be stabbed through the chest. It's a pretty universal trait.
>Just like your unsubstantiated response.
Nothing in this thread is substantiated. That point was irrelevant because a individual person's worth shouldn't be based on their number of loved ones in my opinion. One individual to another individual without taking anything else into account.
>Again, meaningless appeal to subjective opinions and taste. What you 'believe' is irrelevant.
What is relevant then? Do you really think I mean to mathematically calculate the worth of a person?
>Not to the homeless drug addict. 'Objectively' nothing is objective as long as a thinking subject thinks it up.
To society a scientist is worth much more. Most people would probably agree that a homeless drug addict isn't as important as a scientist, or at least they would think that to them self. I guess instead of, "objective", I should have said to most people. You haven't responded to some of my points. I feel like you're choosing to not engage in my ideas because you disliked them for the first moment.

 No.1479

>>1472

The ideas of yours I choose not to engage are simply not-engageable, because they are philosophically unsound, therefore insignificant.

 No.1480

>>1479
>they are philosophically unsound, therefore insignificant.
>I don't like your ideas, so i'm just going to pretend that they have zero validity and don't warrant discussion
If that's your idea of a response, I doubt you would have much to say about a, "philosophically sound", concept.



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 No.1454[Reply]

hey /x/ i started reading crappy pasta as video series on youtube, what do you think about it?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCgVapYklt4&t=28s

 No.1455

A little bland. You need a gimmick or something. Maybe you could draw shitty pictures to go along with the shitty stories? A lot of it feels anti-climatic.

 No.1456

>>1455
thank you for constructive advice, i will try to make it more interesting :)



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 No.652[Reply]

in ten minutes i will be wiiiiide open

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/redmagediaries

 No.653

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IT'S HAPPENING!

 No.1211

did i miss anything

 No.1441

What did this turn out to be?

 No.1453

>>1441
a suicide bombing



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 No.1437[Reply]

I knew about the photo for a while, thought i'd post it here because why not.

A random picture i took of a tree in front of a house, but after looking at it noticed a figure in the window. ( you can draw your own conclusion)

Basiclly creeped me out for a day or two then left it alone for a while.

 No.1438

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Here is the original photo if you want to look. I had to edit it because it was horizontal

 No.1452

Pretty cool. The face looks like a horse's head.



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I can hear my laughter echoing off all the tinfoil this man must be ensconced in.

 No.1449

This video was just spooky footage?

 No.1450

Can some one actually give me a run down here, or rec some other places to read about this?



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 No.339[Reply]

Can we have a creepy vids thread?
Bonus points if it's recent (<3 y/o) or hasn't been reposted ad nauseam.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBHkW0aKHRc
One of my favourites.
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 No.1403

This freaked me out really bad. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MUfi23z_VNY

 No.1446

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7DUhv7lTAuk
This one's pretty cool. It's an old estonian animated short that was banned.

 No.1447

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fiaWsgtJrNI

The video isn't that creepy but pretty. It has a cyberpunk/endzeit aesthetic.
Don't think too much about what it means, it's written by a philosopher who had a mental breakdown a few years later and moved to china.

 No.1448

I… Have no fucking clue what this one is.
I think it's a cow?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tiBy7xVZMg



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 No.1430[Reply]

I found this cool site called Joyofsatan.org
It has info about occultism, the paranormal, witchcraft, Satanism, demonology, demon summoning, Satanic rituals, etc. what do you think?
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 No.1433

"Galactic Obliteration Device"? This is a parody site… right?

 No.1434

>>1433
I've never seen any evidence for such.

 No.1435

The people who use this website have been spamming it everywhere for years. And tbh the op is a thinly veiled advertisement.

 No.1436

>>1435
>thinly veiled
It couldn't be more obvious unless they outright said "Hello anon, we are Joy of Satan"

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>>1436
Him calling it cool gives it away.
>what do you think



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