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  1. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    That's so dumb hahaha.
    I'd let him ruin my holes

  2. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Here is the affair.

    The entire being, the entire world, the entire existence as far as it concerns the human being consists of what he knows, or is aware of. Your body exists inasmuch as you are aware of it. Your awareness of it is its reality. So your reality is effectively populated by sensoria, and by thoughts: this is what exists. External senses appear to discover a world that exists without you, which isn't really knowable, but the consistency of experience makes the impression strong. As for thoughts, it is unclear what they arise out of, but it does not appear entirely haphazard. (someone might say "they arise out of nero-activity"- this may or may not be, but either way the *experience* of thinking follows along in time just like other sensoria follow along in time).

    I'd be interested to know if anyone disagrees, and why they would disagree, but I put forward that all experiences are finite, quantitatively and qualitatively. In fact I would argue that the passing of time is proof of this: the only reason we can experience time to pass is because something of our experience changes: one thing ends and another begins. If you imagine a consciousness that has no desire, no opinion, and which is poised to experience one stimulus for eternity, I doubt that that consciousness would arive at any concept of time, since there would be nothing to indicate time. There is no reason to think that any thought would arise at all, and there being no change there would be nothing to mark the passing of time.

    What it means for something to be finite is that it ends. A simple venn-diagram illustrates this point well: there are conditions under which A is true, and conditions under which A is not true: the existence of A is limited, A is true under a set of conditions, and false under all other conditions.

    To be quantitatively finite means to be preceded by something, and followed by something, in time. This means that the moment that an experience becomes intelligible necessarily means the end of the experience (of this sensory modality, eg "sight") that preceded it. Similarily intelligibility depends on the relative qualities of the two experiences. This means that what makes an experience intelligible is its being distinct from the experience that came before it. There are no permanent experiences (this becomes doubly clear when we consider that we have access to a faculty for directing our attention). In other words: what makes A be A is that it is not B. This means that A requires B in order to be A. The moments in time require one another in order to be "real", and the moments really only consist of experiences, of knowledge, of awareness. This means that every part of reality as we know it is contingent upon every other part of reality. They all give eachother reality by delineating one another, by being what lies beyond the border that marks the end of, for instance, A.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      This means that all of reality is, in a sense, simultaneous, and that all of it is dependent upon all of the rest of it in order to be what it is (and it is what it is). This means that there can not exist a beginning on worldly terms, since all parts require all other parts to already be there. At the same time the entire system of reality has to be finite, since all the components are finite.

      I thought I had a thought ready to finish this discourse, but I should give it another moment first.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Oh yeah, it's simple:

        reality is there and did not cause itself, and the reason why it didn't cause itself is that all of it requires all of the rest of it in order to be. The sum of it, therefore, is caused by something free of the entire system. In order to be free of the entire system, the difference that would mark this creator is that he would necessarily be unlimited. In other words, he would have to be 1, in the sense that his reality does not arise in a relationship (this is the definition of being limited, being finite). Therefore the exitense of reality proves the existence of God.

        Now, once you realize that Gods being is necessary, you start looking at the world differently. You're no longer a dopamine-junkie monkey, or at least not only. The reason for this is that human beings are inherently moral, and human beings know this. Human beings are concerned with right and wrong, with good and evil, with what is fair, with what is beautiful. If possible they prefer to be good- circumstances could make them accept evil, but they will still recognize good as good, and on some level wish for it.

        This strongly indicates that God is concerned with good and evil, that God prefers what is good. This in turn strongly indicates that God is good. Whatever his being is unintelligible, since he is 1, and to be 1 means to lack definition (same etymology as "finite"). It happens though, that experience reveals his preference.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          This means that the life of the human being, the affair of the human being, is the matter of good and evil. Now, I don't know if you're ever been tormented by such a guilty conscience as makes it almost impossible to go on living, but if you have, like me, then you would know that there is no escaping Gods judgement. If you've done evil, then you've done evil, and it doesn't leave you until you confess and repent. You have to admit to it, as it really was. I say this in order to emphasize the inevidability of Gods wrath upon the wrong-doer.

          This, in itself, is an adequate proof of an afterlife, since the alternative is to say that the wrond-doer can flee into the grave, which would be unfair.

          If it is the case, then, that the human life is finite, and that he is created by God to be what he is (Gods ability to create being unlimited, since there is nothing to limit him), and since God holds the human being responsible, it is necessary to justice that the human being stand a chance at redeeming himself, at changing. Furthermore, since God is the Lord of man, the Lord of his circumstances; and since God is good: it is necessary to reason that God does everything in order to give the human being what he needs in order to be redeemed.

          So sign me up as Candide senpai. This is the best of all worlds. All praise be to the one God, who at every single moment cares for each and every one of us in the best manner possible.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >This means that A requires B in order to be A.
      at least while there are categories. Unclear what could or couldn't be continuous for a consciousness that experiences change but has no interest in it, has no particular desire. I believe the reason why we categorize as we do is desire, it is that we have the hope that some object or another will be useful, or should be avoided, or is perhaps desired for its own self, as in the case of watching something beautiful. Though perhaps it could be said that whatever pleasure is derived is the use, and really the motive force. I suppose it's an open question what someone with no desire would see when looking upon the world. Taken at face value there's no reason to believe a person with no preference would take part in anything, such a person would likely die, fast. But if they were for some reason kept in a state of observing- how would they categorize the world, if they had the faculty? Probably not at all, even if the world around them were to change. This could be an argument against the idea that change is itself a proof of time, or that it leads to identifying time as a concept. Though I suppose what we really are saying is that "someone who has no interest in understanding would not understand", which is perhaps not very revolutionary.

  3. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Either I sacrifice some hours of sleep for a couple of years and learn a skill I can monetize, or I keep living as I have been doing these past years until I inevitably snap.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      How about just snapping now?

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      If there are two sure-fire ways to reach, but also get stuck in, it’s by investing in skills and a home. The upper middle class invests in expertise and real estate and the upper class invests in businesses. I guess decide where you realistically can end up based on where you are now and act accordingly.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      How about monetizing the snap the men who smash lampposts for a living?

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous
    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Will it be a ginger snap? Because ginger snaps are great

  4. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I got pretty obsessive about AI image generation the last couple of days. I think when the tech gets there I, along with many others, will disappear down solipsistic holes of hyper-personalized techno-phantasm. I would like to think otherwise, but considering the fun I have had the possibility of spinning up every whim into a ready made book, movie, possibly even game, I think will be too good to pass up

    AI doesn't have to "kill" art or replace the artist, it just has to split people up into their own private worlds.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >AI doesn't have to "kill" art or replace the artist, it just has to split people up into their own private worlds.
      As someone in the art space this is actually completely true, though most people seem to be selling the idea that they can't co-exist and that it's a zero sum game. The truth is that art for commissions is usually based on artstyle, you as a person and the thought you put into it, which an AI can't replicate; whereas AI can create high quality and accurate images within seconds as long as you learn prompts, something that a human being can't replicate.

      I think the true form of artists going forward lays in the centre whether people like it or not, using AI to generate prompts, help storyboard and give a rough outline, with the artist adapting and changing things as necessary. Neither side is going anywhere and that's probably a good thing.
      Most people that complain about AI are either doing it for fun or don't get consistent work anyway.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      This is only a problem for autists. Normal people play with ai for maybe an hour at most before getting bored

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        You could say the same about the internet in 1995 and now every idiot with a phone is hooked

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          I'm astounded that morons haven't quite understood that all popular technology is just a marketed gimmick which, each campaign has shown, never ever ever lives up to the promises. The iphone is the crude tamagochi we kept in our pockets as babies, AI is the etch-a-sketch, etc.

          A great chunk of human civilization seems to be fueled by this delusion of technological progress. The coal powered green bicycle syndrome.

  5. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's ridiculous how western women, the most emancipated women on the planet, are the ones who hate their own men and country the most.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Sharts in D Minor, if you please

  6. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    And Muhammad is his messenger, peace and blessings be upon him.

  7. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    checking in. did butterfly ever return here?

  8. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I’m 30 now. I’ve managed to secure a very comfortable remote job for myself, but I don’t make much money at all and I’m bored. I’m very dissatisfied with my life in general actually. I wonder what I should do now.

  9. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I write propaganda for a living. In my spare time I have been trying to write fiction books, and it is only now occurring to me that I need to work harder at that. On the bright side, I can do 10 pullups in a row now.

  10. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I lack any sort of talent to be considered special, and am destined to be average and live a mediocre life. This is all set in stone, claiming anything else is pure delusion. I'm having trouble accepting that this is what my life is.
    I find no joy in this mediocrity. Women, friends, money, clothes, whatever. It's all just a bunch of terrible moments strung together with some happy moment sprinkled in here and there. I can't go on like this but there is no way out of it either.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      chase fulfillment not glory. you don't need to be special. superheros dont exist anon. get a skill, learn to make things. start a family, be well respected in your community. praise a god. leave some sort of legacy behind.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        I do not wish for any of those things. I'm unable to desire something so much that I put in the effort to get it. I don't really want anything. I don't lack love. I don't lack friends. I don't lack money. And so on. Yet these things fail to satisfy me in the slightest. I hate the comfort of my life but am too lazy to do anything about it.
        I wish to have a legacy, as do most, but I recognize that I lack the ability to provide anything meaningful to the world.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          Its not just those things that are a possibility. If you are feeling that the comfort of your life is causing you anguish, have you considered doing something challenging or difficult that is fulfilling to you? For example, I plan to soft retire around 45 and will be a park ranger. Live outta a van or a small cabin somewhere in a national forest. It will be challenging fulfilling work, and wont pay well but it will make me happy. What do you dream about? What did you dream about when you were young?

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            I get your point and it seems like the easy solution in some ways, but to actually go out there and do something requires a strong will, or at least some will. To give up on your many benefits and to live a humble life instead. I just cannot get myself to do it. I am weak-willed and I love to whine yet hate to act. Which is why I am destined to live such a terribly boring life. People are born differently, and this is how I was born.
            I never hade any dreams or ambitions as I can recall. I guess I always wanted what I lacked, but then realized that it meant nothing to me. I have repeated that cycle so many times now that I realize that "this is it".

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Read through Plutarch’s Lives

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      What is an average and mediocre life? What are more are you looking for?

  11. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Dubs and I'll die today. Trips and I'll get a publishing deal next year

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      rolling

  12. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    This tweet screencap inspired me to write, but the thread died before i posted it so i'm sharing this with you.
    His ass started to gape as he smelled the emerald barons musk. He was too close behind him, hands on his hips and almost erect. In front of him he saw a naked presumably neuralinked slave. Slave to the man who's manhood he could feel elongating and hitting the his wrinkled old man buttocks. He looked around in search of meaning but it was nowhere to be found, in this symposium lit only by a handful of spotlights. On his left was the ouroboros of naked men and androids, interconnected in the most orderly and thus masculine way. He could see Joe in the ring of optimuses and slaves, standing on a stool, smoking a blunt. He tried to greet him with a fatherly smile which instantly changed to an archaic expression of pain also found in all primates as the Falcon 9" made a succesful touch down. The boring company started to operate in sync. Complete chaos ensued, bringing forth memories of Solzhenitsyns works(excluding that one). Peering to the right he could see two cyber trucks on a black velvet stand with their stainless steel hulls scattering the few light rays in the hall. His vision blurred as the circle of machines and men became one, as did the two trucks as he closed one eye to see better while on xans. His head was spinning round and round as the cyber train went on and on. His last words before losing conciousness were "Young men, defend israel".

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Please fricking tell me that tweet is not real

      I've spent my entire life saying shit is gay and calling people homosexuals and I am completely outclassed by how fricking gay this is

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        as fake as it may be it's what Putterstun is thinking all the time.

  13. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Smoking and drinking coffee while tradies build me a patio

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      I used to smoke and drink coffee while building patios. We're not so different after all.

  14. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Everyone at philosophy club said my point was the best of the session 🙂

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Congratulations, anon. Can we hear what it was about?

  15. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I shoud read bulgakov but im not so hyped because i almost dident get the last chapter. Mayby i will write some harry potter fanfic. gingers (women) are hot so it will be based around that. The op image was pretty funny but the photoshow was lacking. someone said dubs and ill die, he most post proof or else i wont believe in

  16. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    You go home to spend Christmas time.

  17. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I want to be Christian again. When I was a kid, I'd go to church with my grandma every Sunday, I had faith, it was like a relationship. In my early teens I still had it but as I spent more and more time on the internet it started to change me. I didn't find atheism, the internet brought it to me and installed it in my head before I even knew what's what. At the time it just felt so good, being in all kinds of atheist forums and watching youtube videos where world famous atheists "destroy Christianity with facts and logic". It felt like I knew something my family didn't, like I was somehow better than all the believers around me.
    But I don't want that, Christianity is beautiful and I want it back. But now no matter how much I read, how much I study, it just doesn't feel the same.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >the internet brought it to me
      don't betray your inner child, anon, those people are all evil and you saw this far more viscerally as a child than as an adult who's learned to comprise.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Gotta pray bro. You have to let Jesus transform you back. It takes time

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Jesus, James and Peter would kill you for withholding money from their Church and pester you to cut off your penis.

    • 5 months ago
      Nietzsche in church

      As a spergy egghead I never felt like I am from the same world as others. Jesus saying "my kingdom is not of this world"
      BROOOOO
      Other sperg blacksheeps are my bros
      Art is the only reason to attend church
      Ask not what Church can do for you
      But what your Bach Goldberg variation davinci judo flexing looksmaxxing can do for the Church

      Yes I am a fake Christian
      I am the one you beleive the most

      I am only there for my own personal benefit in this plundered pocketless town of Church sovereignty

      No sovereign will ever be honest with you unless youre a woman literally bent over being fricked over

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      My problem with Christianity is that I think it's really cool and I like the Bible, but I don't earnestly believe in God so I can't ever consider myself "true"

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Most modern Western people are more or less convinced of Christian ethics and aesthetics but unconvinced of the ontology/epistemology. I think we’ve been spooked by rationalism in this regard. The Bible tells us plainly that our problem is our heart and not our mind. Maybe we don’t find God if we open our heart but if we only try to know God through our mind and nothing else, we’re doomed to fail.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        I believe in God but I do not believe in Abrahamism. I reject Moses and love Western civilization flawed as it is for having Moses stains.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          Could you elaborate on your idea of God?

          • 5 months ago
            Archaeologist

            Ghosts in Ghost. All there is. Ever was. We know so little. We are so much.
            The wild voice of truth cannot be tamed. God roars his lions roar. Culture is a hindeance a shortbus if you will on the high tides of truth and the athletic seeker of noble work ethic.
            Panentheism is much like the Greeks. But the Indians and nonisraeli israelites contributed much with their towering intellects. Intellect alone expresses best but experience solidifies and familiarizes. That clarity of thought IS still accessible to you. Behold the rarest pepe, frogposter. Protected as a species most by some sad methhead native americans who were saved the strongest who needed this chemical jubilee. This frog shows how the brain works but also is celebrated by a mountain I call TwoToad mountain. Close to Safford there is the sinewave mountains in Apache land. Salton lake is an ugly fractal. God is a silent mathematician. Plato expresses these ideas to humans best. I think God "loves" this frog more than humanity itself. God's expression of love is stronger chemically in this frog than it is in human brains. Imagine having a DMT gland and super light spectrum vision and a map of the world in your baby brain BIOS harddrive.
            Earth is very old. Men are barely bright enough to get by. "None may come to the father but through me" is a sin of Jesus Christ worthy of silencing the man from authority but not worthy of harming the boy. My idea of God is more ancient than Christendom and more Western than Dharmic thought. I am like a Mediterranean version of Tom Rowsell. I have a very Indian religious attitude towards knowledge. Mysticism is a fruit of those who know before they know that they know but they know that they know. Sol Invictus is a preferable timeline to the present and Sol Invictus glorifies God in the natural state of worship: natural creativity in high skill and high fidelity accuracy of great public care and great conscious awareness.
            So many of Christendom's habits simply have no parallel to what constitutes religion. "GOD" is an English word with a strong Sapir Whorf distortion from Dios in Spanish (the older version). Older still is Dyaus (heaven) of Dyaus Piter. Olympus has these records in Greece to this day. Same in India with the older Vedas there is Dyaus in IndoEuropean and protoIndo European.

          • 5 months ago
            Archaeologist

            Original DMT frog image file got corrupted

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Beautiful anon, thanks for sharing I enjoyed that.

  18. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Theres a girl who works at my university's starbucks who has a total hard on for me. How do I talk to her? The starbucks is always so busy

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Make a nice handwritten calling card. A short note drafted thoughtfully on good quality cardstock with your contact info and a low stakes social invitation. Address it to whatever she wrote on her name tag and drop it in the tip jar at the end of your regular purchase. If she likes it she can take you up on the offer or at least get a hold of you for a chat. Just make sure she doesn't also see Paul Allen's card.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        >drop it in the tip jar
        She may not manage the tip jar.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          No, but whoever is in charge of it can pass the note. If she is the one at the counter when you get your drink just hand her the note directly.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            >No, but whoever is in charge of it can pass the note
            They might make a big commotion about it and sour the interaction.

  19. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Taking a massive shit in the troony bathroom *sunglassed emoji*

  20. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    The shit I took was over a foot long. No wonder my tummy was so uncomfortable

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      i am done with shitting. time to take back control

  21. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    What was the central myth of american thought before civil rights and WW2?

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Jesus freaking away the founding fathers and English class bloating away STEM and also sportsball locally and gay jokes

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      That we're super alpha chad and can do whatever the frick we want

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Everyone can be rich and live modestly with industry like the Ancient Romans with agrarian economics; a tax system based on produce is the answer to the evils of banking and urban rule. Washington is a Roman Dictator of the most Virtuous model. We must continue the principles of the French Revolution and begin massacring the remaining Catholics or they will sneak back in via the Dutch port towns of the northern backwaters. Hamilton is skating on thin ice.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      I would say either industrial progressivism or civil war reconstruction. It’s usually wars or legal innovations that mark major changes but I would say the Industrial Revolution threw a wrench into things for everyone. Progressivism really arises out of it.

  22. 5 months ago
    Commodus

    I love porn
    After the pandemic literally fell in love with porn itself

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      When I was a child we beat off quietly in the classroom to the buttocks of the lady maths teacher and her sideboob as it razzed us when she wrote upon the board,

      "higher, Mrs. Astwell, higher!"

  23. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I wish I could know you
    But that would be to much to ask.
    It would be impossible to speak with my ash filled mouth
    And to share the same breath.
    I can remember someone telling me about ticks
    And how they jump off leaves like how I would jump off a cliff,
    For the chance to say a couple words
    To you

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      no it doesn't rhyme you loser, gain some talent

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Poetry needs to rhyme

  24. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Is it reasonable for your opinion to change on someone based on what they say to you/about you?

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      that's a stupid question and i have changed my opinion of you thanks to it

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      i mean it's actually an incredibly stupid question. if you wear the wrong socks, people's opinion of you will change. WHAT THE FRICK do you think?

  25. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Sometimes I have the sudden urge to shitpost. Both in the internet and irl. To use quotes from movies and books, as well. I often rejoice when I manage to include a quote in a conversation, even if I don't say it's a quote, even if the other person doesn't realize it.

    Since today morning I had a very intense urge to come here and say: "My friends, you bow to no one."

  26. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Anyone else hate their cushy remote job? I think I’d feel better if I had a better living arrangement, but I can’t afford one…

  27. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >dude I knew in high school hits me up with a "great opportunity" for someone to join his "sales team" as a "business partner"
    I've reached the weird uncomfortable part of my 20s where desperate people start trying to get me into their multi-level marketing schemes.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >he didn't totally ghost everyone, disappear and start a wholy new life after graduating high school

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        That's the thing, I did. I haven't spoken a word to this dude since I was 15.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          I am that dude, and I knew I'd find you eventually BRIAN MAXWELL
          >pyramid scheme
          IT'S NOT IT'S GOOD

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            if you buy 20 tupperwares for $80 and sell them at $12 a piece you've made $240, then if you buy 20 golden tupperwares for $240 and sell them at $80 a piece you've made $1,600, then if you buy 20 diamond tupperwares for $1,600 and sell them at $240 a piece you've made $4,800

            but if you invest 20 tupperwares in our control program at $80 profit you've made $320, then if you buy 20 golden tupperwares for $240 to replace your lost tupperware then you're only paying $80 for 20 golden tupperwares!

  28. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Something that annoys me is that my brothers were always ass holes who took everything too far. They got addicted drugs and went insane. Because of this my dad got a kind of ptsd. Being the youngest child my dads attitude toward my behavior totally changed. I couldn't even do normal things without him thinking I was doing drugs. Recently he found my lighter that I use for tobacco and had a mini anxiety attack thinking I'm using it to smoke meth.

  29. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    The dual of triads

    Empty——————Perfect
    Neither—Nothing—Both
    Void———————Plenum

    Also known as

    Buddha——————Ahuramazda
    Substance—Zurvan—Attribute
    Causality —————-Ahriman

  30. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    My plan to ghost everyone and disappear abroad got fricked midway through because my mentors wanted me to have a LinkedIn. What was the point of ghosting everyone if anyone can know which company I work for and in which city I actually am right now. Even my ex knows or my current job. Fricking glowies

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Just say no. That’s what I do and it works for me. I tell my bosses no all the time.

  31. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I am currently in the process of becoming a glowBlack person

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      How does one do this, unironically? I also want in.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        wear the flair pins of the selection given to you
        by your gay supervisor who smells of poo
        enter your fondest fantasies across all social media
        become a pedophile by going to tinder and ulterior
        congratulations you did it
        you became one of the boys
        now enjoy your minimum wage job and your ability to buy sex toys

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        There are many ways, depending on your definition of "glowie."
        >get a STEM degree and attend a career fair hosted by MIC corps (LockMart/Boeing/Ratheon being the big ones)
        >enlist as a human intelligence specialist in the military (this will push you towards stuff primarily done by the CIA)
        >enlist as a signals intelligence specialist in the military (this will push you towards stuff primarily done by the NSA)
        >work at either agency as an intern in college and major in polsci/int relations (CIA route) or CS (NSA route)
        >get a clearance through some other means and apply for some contractor shit off clearancejobs

  32. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    where do you find people to chat about books with?
    preferably people who have read our are interested in the kind of books you read
    >inb4 book club
    is there any place with less drawbacks and people who are desperate to have access to others that will be forced to listen as they make a display of how cultured, smart and we'll read they are?
    I'm doing a masters and for lack of any better option I asked a couple of my professors who made me think they're into science fiction whether they had read stuff from Iain Banks
    I don't mind chatting about whatever with them, but it seems odd to chat with professors about unrelated sci-fi novels

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      simply dance along to your book shop, wearing a purple hat,
      slap your bottom when you enter and exclaim, "you've the look of a cat!"
      to the girl at the counter to gain her initial trust,
      in a Spanish accent, or Portuguese if you must,
      take her by the hand and climb upon the tables
      dance in a jovial fashion for as long as you both are able
      then when she's exhausted take her by the face
      fix her with a grimace of foreboding malice and hate,
      "i want to read with you and your girlfriends," whisper into her ear,
      adding, "don't worry it's nothing sexual, for you see i'm a queer,"

      congratulations you did it
      you became one of the readers
      advance with gallant victory and take your place among the leaders

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        You made me laugh anon, good post

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      I don’t. I gave up on it years ago. You can’t even find them in literature programs. It’s impossible to overstate just how far this culture has fallen. It’s too bad anonymity is a feature of this board. Otherwise, some of us might find we live near and become friends.

  33. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's time to go to bed. Good night.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >phryyrgi
      Today I learned that the state of Pergamon read as one syllable off from "Rubbish Heap, Garbage," in Roman.

  34. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Just got offered a job:
    >Pays $27 per hour right now.
    >Will pay $30 per hour when I turn 21 which is in December.
    >It's only four days a week.
    >I would have to leave the house at 6:45 AM to get there by 8:30 since I don't drive.
    >After a month, I have a chance to get transferred to a location closer to my house.
    >One of the only things I do with my life happens on Sundays (not church) and they expect me to work Sundays but they said I can take every third Sunday off.
    >No other job is taking me.
    I don't know what to do, bros, I've got till the end of the day to figure it out.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      damn them, demand $9 more when you turn 21 as surely they will want to do the sex at you
      NO LESSER THAN 9 DOLLAR

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      If you have no other options, you don’t have much choice, do you?

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Try and get the full $30 off the bat.

  35. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I am disgusted and ashamed of myself
    I don't what happened to me during these days. That is NOT me and it was NEVER me and it will NEVER be me.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Your trouble will be cured by the imbibation of cannabis sativa and, when stoned, the ingestation of bitter orange citrus.

  36. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    and vomit, Purgamen.

  37. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Does anyone need a woman hate boost?

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      that is pretty bad, that woman needs beating across the head, but on the same level she gets an ice pack for being the only one brave enough to actually say what every other white prostitute has on her mind

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Please anon, I cannot physically handle hating women anymore than I do now

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      I go to the gym at 10pm to avoid seeing those gymthots wearing yoga pants/shorts. No woman is going to go to the gym at that time as there's no one who will see them.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        >No woman is going to go to the gym at that time as there's no one who will see them
        It depends on the gym. Some broads lounge around the gym for hours, waiting to pick up on dudes.

  38. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Damn, dude. I hate myself.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Why?

  39. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    This is so tiresome

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      What is tiresome?

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Everyday I'm way too emotionally invested in a girl. Things are cool between us, but the extreme feelings are impossible to do with. I feel exhausted and can't focus.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          The only way to destroy these extreme emotions is prayer. Man is powerless to overcome the allure of a woman by himself. Indeed, the wrong woman (99.9% of them) will drag his soul down into Hell.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Eh, thanks medeival philosopher.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            yes, pray to god that the sex organs and act of procreation he invented and gave you will somehow go away

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Nice strawman. It's about keeping your passions in check. You think going head over heels for a woman you're merely talking to is a recipe for success?

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            how can you keep your passions in check when you're sacrificing your sanity by bending over to pray to malum coboli

            nice try rabbi

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            >displaces desires onto abstract images
            I thought I was the madman for feeling Eros.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            just frick her and get it out of your system

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            no u

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            And by her I mean me. Frick me. Do it now.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          Are you overinvested in her because you have a dearth of everything else?

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            No, I don't believe so. There's of course all that projection stuff going on, as is necessary. I've just grown to really like her, and I imagine my unconscious has chosen her for very good reasons. Seeing as I haven't played the role of lover in a while.

  40. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >struts and frets his hour upon the stage
    >tells his tale, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing
    >is heard from no more

  41. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    So is it the end times guys? Is this war in Israel prophetic?

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Why would sand people fighting over sand be indicative of the end times? This is your brain on abrahamism.

  42. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I sometimes think that I wasn't meant to be born as a human being. I'd make a far better clump of algae or mushroom than a person. All forms of relationships continue to elude me due to my own lack of understanding and ineptitude and I wonder whether it's even possible for me to experience any form of intimacy with someone else in this life or if the lack of development through the years has strangled any opportunities that may arise before they even occur. It would be nice if I could fully embrace being subhuman and the natural urges for companionship could die rather than hurt ne.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Yea man I feel you. I really felt like a goblin man working out of state on the railroads. I had no friends. I felt less alone when my brother whom I am not that close to came on board as well. Now I am not working, and yet, am feeling like working again.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Not him, but I used to hop trains and I read a bunch of the messages that you guys would write to each other on the walls with markers. Your b***hing and moaning about your shitty jobs was way more entertaining than graffiti.

  43. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Reading BAP and there’s so many grammatical errors I can’t tell if it just wasn’t proofread or he’s esl.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      I got the Cyber Edition of Moby Dick and it is loaded with misspellings and improper punctuation. Those guys suck. Their logo is a little robot. Avoid like the plague.

  44. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Reading Tolstoy. as i have done every week for the past year

  45. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I want to find a black girl to wife but I live in the country.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      There’s this ebony goddess that likes me. I’m torn if I should have sex with her.

  46. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    What’s everyone’s thoughts on Alan Watts?

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      He's gay

  47. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Repeating digits
    We put so much wonder and fun into it back in the day. I even got some mighty good gets myself.

    [...]

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Yeah, I have a whole folder of reaction images that I used to use. Almost no one appreciates it anymore.

  48. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I’ve microdosed psilocybin a few times this week. It really has helped me with anxiety and getting out of my own head, been real nice. It’s also opened my mind to the universe a bit more, which feels both awesome and terrifying. Usually don’t talk or care about spiritual things either but it’s been more interesting to me lately, also spurred by a book I’ve been reading that talks about Gnosticism and various other pagan stuff. Would love to hear anyone’s stories or experiences with something similar if you’d like to share!

  49. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm addicted to the internet. I'm terrified of life. I'm avoidant. I'm an avoidant person. When I reflect on life, I find that, there was no period where I was fully *here*. My head had always been clouds. Daydreaming, reading, imagining. Impotent overthinking. And then the magic rectangular box provided a convenient escape from existence.

    So which is it. Escape, or exist. My chest's constricting at the very prospect of having to go back to life now. I can't... I can't...

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      take some xans bruh

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous
        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          You're an evil rat.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            i feel like popperson himself would smirk at that meme thobeit

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            You too, fren.

  50. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    1) A lie is an inherently false statement.
    2) Once you recognize a statement as false, then you cannot believe it as true.
    2 ex.) One cannot believe that which they know is false. I cannot convince myself that 2+2=5, even if I pretend to do so.
    3) You have, in the past, found that something you believed as true turned out to be false.
    3 ex.) One may believe that their newly adopted pet cat is a female, since the person who gave the cat away said it was female. Upon taking the cat home, you observe that the cat actually has a penis.
    4) In the case of 3, you lacked the knowledge required to verify whether the lie was true or false.
    4 ex.) I didn't inspect my pet cat's genitalia. I took the previous owner's word for it but lacked actual knowledge.
    5) Upon receiving new knowledge it turned out to be impossible for the statement to be true.
    5 ex.) A cat with a penis is not possibly a female cat.
    Conclusion) A statement should not be accepted as true unless it is impossible for it to be false.
    Further Conclusion) Conversely, a statement should not be accepted as false unless it is impossible for it to be true. Replacing true with false (and lie with true statement) results in a similar but opposite conclusion.

    We often believe things to be true or false without properly investigating their validity. We don't actually know the truth of a claim until we have verified that it is impossible to be false.
    This is just a late night thought. It has probably been thought before. It probably either has holes in it or is actually not that revelatory. However, if it is not revelatory— I wonder why more people aren't skeptics?

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous
    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      1 is false, a lie can be a false statement, for example one that violates axioms, like 2+2=5, but "I didn't see the car" can be a lie or not depending on context (whether you've seen the car or not).
      The conclusion doesn't logically follow what you've written before, and the whole post is based on the premise that natural language is the same as formal logics.
      >why aren't more people skeptics by my definition
      Because being reasonably convinced that some thing's true is good enough for most purposes, and people's cognitive and temporal resources are limited, so if you ask someone who's really into basketball, "hey, who won the game yesterday night?", and they answer it was the Lakers you're not going to go and watch the whole game online just to make sure it's the truth that the Lakers won, even though it's not impossible that your friend who's into basketball got it wrong.
      To use a more extreme example, if you ask someone the time you're not going to check again using a super low latency connection to a website that is in turn connected to an atomic clock, you're going to act on the basis that it's the time you were told.

  51. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    The world supply of love is rendered impotent due to finance and policy rendering man from kin

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Looking from a different slant, I felt a deep disgust when I realized that communism shares the same nexus of dialectical materialism with capitalism. There is no battle to be won. They are the yin and the yang.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Good that you realised the Enlightenment was a mistake

  52. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    i'm casually dating which i know i shouldn't. met an artist that's far more interesting than i am. seems that despite all of the affection she gave me, she's not interested. i think about her all the time.

  53. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Feeling incredibly lost Jesus Christ. I've been feeling bad the past few weeks but it really just hit me all at once today. But just screaming into the void here really.

  54. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Wolves have become a symbol for the naturally violent and obedient nature of men. I find this interesting, Wolves who resisted domestication are the most human-esque. They represent natural rebellion, the resistance of man to be domesticated by the Civil Society. I love observing Wolves, but I hate how they've become sorta kitschy. The boomer Wolf Wallpaper or those shitty indian wolf shirts. I also find it interesting how symbols like the wolfsangel are inspired by wolf traps but would go on to represent revolting peasants. I imagine the life of a wolf is filled with danger and triumph, something I desire in my own life...

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >I imagine the life of a wolf is filled with danger and triumph
      Yeah, and mange. The mange that was put out for them a hundred years ago still haunts the woods. I think that the rodents acted as a carrier to keep it alive.

  55. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    world is not fair. or is it?

  56. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why doesn’t God help me?

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >You may dislike something although it is good for you, or like something although it is bad for you(2:216)
      keep holding on bro

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        For how long? I feel like I’m getting cucked by hanging on.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          Not that anon, but I'm in a lot of emotional pain at the moment with no end in sight. As long as God wills. We can't say or do anything else.

  57. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Do you ever get the urge to read a new book? Whenever I go to a library or bookstore, or just online to a site like goodreads, I always see these newly released books with just text on their colorful cover and titles like "All the tomorrows we never had". I sometimes feel like reading one just to see what they are like, because I genuinely have no idea. I rarely read anything 21st century, let alone released this year.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      yes, but it's immediately quelled by the notion that I hate reading books without pictures

  58. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I took a shower a few hours ago and it's only a matter of time before my ass is a swamp again.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      are a fricking homosexual.

  59. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Is there any point saving for retirement. I don't see myself living 65+

  60. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >wife used to be kind of crazy
    >literally would be insanely jealous and has pulled knives on me when she was mad
    >was crazy to the point people would probably consider her abusive
    >one time she was so mad she was trying to stab me but I caught her arm and stopped her
    >something snapped and I just started having a mental breakdown crying in a fetal position against the wall.
    >kept rambling on about I don't care if I died any more and just kept repeating that I loved her
    >she didnt stab me but just held me
    >From that day on she was never crazy anymore and was the complete opposite, completely loving, no more jealousy/anger and overall very obedient and follows my lead/decisions

    What happened and why did it change her so much? We've never talked about or acknowledged the incident and it's almost like it never happened. There seems to be this unspoken thing between us to never even make any sort of reference to it.

    Mind you, this happened 12 years ago so I don't think she's memeing her behavior lol

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      I think she wanted confirmation of your utmost devotion/loyalty. Fricked up way to get it though

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Least insane woman. I guess you triggered something in her, maybe some instinct to try taking care of you after she saw you so fricked up. Doesn't make too much sense for her partner though.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      gross

      how she is as a partner is how she will be as a mother

      this

      I think she wanted confirmation of your utmost devotion/loyalty. Fricked up way to get it though

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Your girlfriend almost murdered you dummy

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous
  61. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I wonder if you'd agree with me if I said that another reason to gaze upon something beautiful is that in some intuitive way it appears to be part of revealing something important? I don't remember who it is that said that ethics and aesthetitcs are related in that both are to do with harmony. "Harmony", then, appears to be a priori.

  62. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    If life's short, why does it take so long?

  63. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Someone made a post a while ago about chronic masturbation and that the reason people do it is not necessarily because they enjoy the act, but they actually dislike sexual urges and act to remove it.

    Anyway, I thought that was an interesting perspective.

  64. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I fear that I'm unfit for living these past couple of days

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      ah, that might be the case, but these past two days have passed and you lived through them, so learn from your mistakes and live better for the next couple of days, and then even better then following two and so on and so forth

  65. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Of all the sort of alt-right adjacent intellectuals on the internet I dislike Curtis Yarvin the most.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      How come

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        He takes advantage of the fact that the people he speaks to are desperate and usually uneducated on the topics he can go on and on about and so he often uses it as an opportunity to lie, or else state something which isn’t entirely true as if it’s just a matter of fact. He’s also clearly very full of himself and finds himself to be one of these gifted kid elves he loves so much. His vision for America is appropriately terrible.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          That's not true, he's a Saint and a Legend. People the world over admire and respect Curtis Yarvin and come to visit him for his sagacious insights for a reason, anon.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            If he's a saint he should be tortured to death like one

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            that's just the kind of chauvinism I would expect from a TERFy

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Wot

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            BTFO

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          He was always pretty vocal about his loyalty to the DC powerbroker class he was born into, and his subsequent sense of elitism because of it.
          Likewise he has been remarkably consistent, despite his fluctuating terminology, about wanting to replace the current "elites" with his preferred "alt-elites".
          The only reason to think he was ever anti-establishment or anti-elite is if you read a bunch of liberal hit-pieces over the years that folded him in with the general right populist swell of the previous decade that conveniently obscured the intra-class civil war that was happening that liberals couldn't call out without copping to their own part in it.

          I don't like him either, and while I agree that he lies particularly and for expediency, his general world view has always been rather open and unambiguous.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            My issue with him is not simply that he is who he is and wants what he wants. And to be clear, I don’t dislike that he is anti-elite in principle, but rather who he insists is the elite and what the elite means. It’s that he lies to get it. He does this historicity project regarding American politics that just contains dubious claim after dubious claim. He deliberately tries to paint certain people as virtuous and especially as aristocratic when all the historical evidence suggests the contrary. Just one example of this: he consistently says that israeli migrants to America in the 19th and 20th centuries were “aristocratic” because they bought up law firms and publishing houses and proceeded to thrust themselves into steering politics. What exactly is aristocratic about that? It’s easy for him to get away with because the people he’s talking to don’t actually know what aristocracy was, what it means, from a historical perspective. It’s the other side of the coin of the Evolian perspective that says “an aristocrat is anyone who fights in war and loves war”. For Yarvin, an aristocrat is anyone who has money and a degrees and tries to influence politics in a sort of Medician way. Both of these know these are historical lies. But the people they speak to can’t call them out on it because they don’t know themselves. That is just one example.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Don’t you think it’s a bit nuts that the right likes this guy? I mean, his perspective is “Nice bourgeois middle class values, but I think these bourgeois middle class values should have absolute authority”. And this is the arch-intellectual of the right, I guess because he was at one point in a PhD at Berkeley and can write decently enough I guess. It’s all bit ridiculous. It’s really pretty insane just how bad the state of the right wing is.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          I feel like that’s anyone who partakes in rhetoric to a group. If those people were not desperate they wouldn’t be looking for a voice at all, a certain kind of desperation means you see and feel flaws.

  66. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Mr Frank had summoned me, into his office I
    gingerly skipped into and then uttered a cry
    for: Mr Frank was naked and beating on his wiener
    he cried out I should "suck it" and he'd give me the day off,
    "Now Mr Frank you look here," I said with hands upon my hips,
    "My name is Mary gayin and I'm only 14 and a bit,
    I don't know how you do things back where you come from, chummy,
    but here if you want a blowjob you've got to offer the girl some money,"

    and Mr Frank went crazy,
    he started frothing at the mouth,
    he insisted I was lazy,
    and then we both started to shout;
    him telling me I was fired if I wouldn't do what he said,
    me telling him that he was too cheap to get me into bed!

    Finally the dawn broke through the half-shuttered office blinds
    and we'd spent most of the night discussing things for quite some time,
    at last our dashing Mr Frank had got down on one knee,
    you see as the time had passed along he'd come to want to marry me,
    and blushing, gushing I accepted; after all he was quite rich,
    but as I made my way to hug him the floorboards began to split
    I crash'ed down to the 3rd floor, the 2nd then the 1st
    and landed in a pencil machine where I was badly hurt,
    Mr Frank rushed after me, down the stairs to one from three,
    and took me in his arms and said, "Mary gayin, speak to me!"

    With my last breath I cried out, a hundred pencils pierced my breast,
    but I died quite happily, for feeling Mr Franks sweet caress.

    finis

  67. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I’ve decided that I don’t want to pursue a PhD but I’m still undecided on a JD.

  68. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I’ve let my social and dating life slide into pessimism. I don’t want to be black pilled but I’m just not seeing enough men or women I respect enough to want to be close with. I’ve even started seeing this extend into the political, social, religious spheres. It’s becoming hard to ignore the disaster that the feminization and manchilding of this civilization from top to bottom has caused. And now I’m the loser because I’ve eschewed social life in favor of family and isolation…

  69. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I only want to give love. So much love. I dearly hope that the expenditure will be constant and everflowing.

  70. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    The rural vs. urban divide precedes the right vs. left divide.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      it remains an indisputable and universally timeless fact that any urban metropolis, no matter how much money they have, exists day by day on the generosity and kindness of the farmer who feeds it to go on letting it live.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        This doesn't apply in modern America. Farmers are subsidized with tax revenue from the cities. And have a closer look at the food in your grocery store. You'll find that a lot of it comes from other countries.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          They're actually paid 'not' to produce in order that the governments can benefit from import tariffs on third world food and keep prices much higher than they ought be. But I think you missed the greater point, factoid-reaction poster.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            The "greater point" is just the usual dumbass country vs city posturing that anons who probably have never even grown a tomato always like to get into.

            But there’s real economy and then there’s financial economy. You can debate all you want about what is the ultimate source of the cash flow farmers receive to operate, but at the end of the day, farmers produce real goods and if those real goods weren’t there first there would be no cities to produce money to subsidize the farmers with, and moreover, it need not be the case that the farmers in question are domestic. Farming in the USA is basically cash crop farming. It’s designed to exportmax. But that’s not the case with all farming everywhere. The great delusion is that we thought we could make all our wealth off FIRE (finance, insurance, and real estate) and tech valuations while streamlining the real economy to max profit/valuations, but the fact remains that all those bankers and tech entrepreneurs eat real food that is grown on real farms somewhere. It’s just not in our backyard anymore.

            But that's not really "the city exists at the mercy and behest of the country," or at least not in the way people typically mean it. All the American farmers could go on strike to stick it to the degenerate city folk and functionally nothing would change.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            >dumbassery
            Oh you seem very interested in exploring this subject, c**t, you express the same exact thing I said to the next person whilst belittling me who also said. What a sheltered socially-inept autistic frick, and now we gonna argue for six post thanks to you

            gtfo dysgenic cow

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            I don’t think that’s quite right. Whether you’re talking about the food that’s imported to the cities from all over the place or food that’s subsidized by the cities, it’s the end of the cities to cut either of those off. Cities that don’t aren’t supplied by an agricultural countryside don’t last long. We see this right now in America with all the post-industrial towns that clustered around coal mines and highways and gas plants and shipping hubs but had no countryside to speak of, in Appalachia most of all. A few decades and they’re basically rotted and rusted out. That’s just how it goes.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            You’ve made a mistake actually because of appearances. If you look at a place like Iowa, they import most of their food supply from out of state. It’s a bit ridiculous considering how fertile the land is in Iowa but it’s true. So if you only consider the relationship between New York and Iowa, maybe New York is subsidizing Iowa, but Iowa isn’t New York’s only countryside. The whole country’s countryside is. And the whole country imports just 15% of its food supply. That means the collective cities or New York, Boston, Washington, Chicago, Los Angeles, all of these places that don’t have agriculture see something like 85% of their food supply vanish if the countryside is cut off. The only point to be made is really about where the subsidy money is coming from, but financial instruments don’t appear from thin air. They’re deployed by banks which are built from real economies and agriculture is a prerequisite for a real economy.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          But there’s real economy and then there’s financial economy. You can debate all you want about what is the ultimate source of the cash flow farmers receive to operate, but at the end of the day, farmers produce real goods and if those real goods weren’t there first there would be no cities to produce money to subsidize the farmers with, and moreover, it need not be the case that the farmers in question are domestic. Farming in the USA is basically cash crop farming. It’s designed to exportmax. But that’s not the case with all farming everywhere. The great delusion is that we thought we could make all our wealth off FIRE (finance, insurance, and real estate) and tech valuations while streamlining the real economy to max profit/valuations, but the fact remains that all those bankers and tech entrepreneurs eat real food that is grown on real farms somewhere. It’s just not in our backyard anymore.

  71. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why is it that pre-20th century writers seem to come from all walks of life with very few of them having been journalists or academics while from the 20th century onward many notable writers first started as journalists or academics?

  72. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I don't think you can ever understand how I feel. Nobody fricking cares about me. I am tall. I am not ugly. I am not fat. I am not socially moronic. I have a full head of hair. I even excel past the majority in most of these categories. I am unconventional enough to not be boring.
    So what the frick is wrong with me? Why do people just ignore me? Don't I deserve friendship? Don't I deserve love? Why does everyone else get these things but I don't!?!?

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      as a fellow ryuk i feel your pain, kind of. but you know ingratiating yourself with vain idiots is as easy as wearing sports clothes or metal clothes or whatever demographic you're wanting to appeal to.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      that cat owns a liquor and gun store

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Something that I'm very glad that I learned when I was a teenager is that sometimes (often, even) you have to be the one to reach out and maintain relationships. It might not feel fair but it has allowed me to make friends. Just expecting people to take an interest in you because you're tall and "unconventional" isn't going to get you anywhere

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        bruh you don't need to be a level 33 dark triad mind reader with a psychology degree to just be able to detect when people don't care about you. Trying to form bonds with people who show literally no interest in you is an uphill battle that's so pointless that you might as well anally molest yourself instead to get the same result

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        This. I hate being the one to reach out but many times the other person is simply not wired in a 'maybe I should call him...' way. Not everyone is an Indian and if someone is bothered by you they'll tell you.

        bruh you don't need to be a level 33 dark triad mind reader with a psychology degree to just be able to detect when people don't care about you. Trying to form bonds with people who show literally no interest in you is an uphill battle that's so pointless that you might as well anally molest yourself instead to get the same result

        Then stop being uninteresting or maybe stop talking only about yourself and start asking questions you Black person

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      That is because you are meant to be a warrior and form friendships with other warriors and do what you feel like, but it’s been denied. Read BAM.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        >BAM
        What's a Bamb?

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          Bronze Age Mindset

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          Bronze Age Mindset

          The author is an askhenazi israelite btw

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            ah sweet, I hear the Hyksos had long curly sideburns.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Your post reads like you are some materialistic, vapid woman. You think the world owes you something because you falsely perceive yourself to have appealing qualities.

  73. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I keep having dreams where I'm in a fight or confrontation. I also keep finding myself angry for no reason throughout the day. I cant figure out whats causing it. Maybe something hormonal or something lurking in my subconscious

  74. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I am currently at the deciding point in my 15 years relationship, where we need to balance our avoidant/anxious dynamic and then see our relationship as it actually is.

    I'm scared shitless, but I hope once we're mature enough either finding it worth continuing or deciding we should part will not be as painful and scary as I imagine it to be.

    As to why I want us to do this - I just can't progress with life in current state anymore. It feels like a bog, a trap, a spiral into degradation. And I hope on the other end we'll find our lives to be richer and more meaningful, more fulfiling than before.

  75. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    What would you do if you were interested in two different careers but needed mutually exclusive degrees for each?

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      flip a coin baby youll either feel the hope blooming in your chest for one side or not before it lands

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Okay now what if there are two choices

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          moron i mentioned a coin flip so if you truly desire both go with the one that wins. or perform mitosis and do both

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            More than two choices*

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            hmm and haw until life passes you by.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            You’ve been stumped I guess

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Roll a die. 1 and 2 are choice 1. 3 and 4 are choice 2. 5 and 6 are choice 3.

  76. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I need a vacation but I can't get one. Maybe I should wreck my leg(s) on purpose.

  77. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I sincerely fricking hate that every single entertainment-related community is so openly pornographic and welcoming of whatever fetish anyone might have, with the policy that if you don't want to see then "just don't engage with it", it's like you see people buggering loudly in the streets and if you have a problem then "hey just don't look at them lol". Except it's not even true because everyone's constantly posting pornographic memes and innuendos about fetishes so it's in your fricking face all the time. They're doing their best to bugger directly in your line of sight all the fricking time. I don't wanna see your garbage brainrot fantasies. I genuinely wish there were a strict blanket of censorship all over the internet because I fricking hate this shit so much. I'm not even a prude, I have my deviancies and fantasies but for frick's sake I don't want a world where everyone's just screaming about what grotesque fetish he's jerking off to that day. Especially since everyone but me seems to be into the worst most fricking intolerable garbage, these people should be neutered for having taste so subhuman. How do you even have any value as a human being if your sexual fantasies are shit shit
    God

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >entertainment-related community
      What do you mean by this exactly

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        What's there to explain? Any hobby involving entertainment media. It's revolting that art and pornography have become one and the same. But this extends to communication in general over the internet. No matter where you go you're bound to see some gross pornographic shit. It's just everywhere and you can't avoid seeing it. It's always in your face. I wouldn't mind it except for the fact that people have such a shit taste.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          Maybe you have a more expansive version of "pornographic" than I do, but I think you could fairly easily avoid it. At least if you stayed away from IQfy.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          >uses discord as a hobby
          >is shocked that everyone is a weird pervert.
          Log off and meet people outside, moron

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      What the frick is an "entertainment-related community'

  78. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    If having to work is the cause of my depression, then I'll be depressed until the die I die.

  79. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I have been demoralized.

  80. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I dont want to write about family law anymore. I dont care how many different types of stupid family types there are. I dont care if they're legally recognized or not. Who the frick cares? Who honestly makes it their life mission to have 3 husbands, 4 wives and 2 adopted children? Why does the law have to be like this? To keep lawyers employed I guess.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      When you realize that in America all of the legislators are also lawyers, suddenly everything starts to make sense.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Who honestly makes it their life mission to have 3 husbands, 4 wives and 2 adopted children?
      Mormons?

  81. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Life as an avoidant person is not worth the trouble as far as I can see it. You only exist to keep yourself alive, everything else besides that is unnecessary danger and a threat to your status quo, even if it is a shitty one. I have no words that accurately describe how despondent it is to have your malagdyla turn on you and ruin your whole existence. Your own survival instinct ruins your life completely. As if nothing else matters aside from pure survival. It overwrites EVERYTHING. Essentially you're not even a human being whose brain is guiding you to do human-related things. You are a meatbag whose sole purpose is to keep the dictator malagdyla up and running, nothing more. Your other autonomous systems are low priority at best. Tertiary distractions from the ultimate goal: KEEP YOURSELF ALIVE, even if it's literally for nothing.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >malagdyla
      What? Do you mean “amygdala”?

      Other than that I can relate though. It’s like I live live in a state of constant avoidance and cowardice and miss out on all the meaningful experiences that I’d like to have.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah amygdala lol. Malagdyla was the product of my breakdown possessed mind

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          What precipitated the breakdown? I hope you’re okay.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Old fashioned existential dread climax moment. Have not yet pinpointed the assumed starting time or cause but it was a steady downhill for about ten days i'd say. Based on past experience mood's most likely going to stabilize in 4-5 days time.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        protip: a person who does not know what a word means is simply using it in place of 'magic'

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          But i do know since i used it in the appropriate context. Only the spelling execution was lacking

  82. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I made out with a cat

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      🙁

  83. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    When I'm dreaming, I'm a different person with a different personality. This other person has continuity across my dreams and remembers events from dreams I had months or years ago, which take place in a shared dream world of sorts. When waking I sometimes have a strangle feeling of vertigo as the person I am when awake and the person I am when dreaming conflict with each other before settling on my waking self. Other times, strong feelings my dream self feels will carry over to my waking self, influencing my decisions and actions for hours or days. I think the person I am when dreaming is a better person than who I am while waking.

  84. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I really don't like the smell of dogs. It makes me want to take a shower.

  85. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I had a dream that I inadvertently jacked a car that a friend and I had driven off the road. The police arrived fairly quickly and my friend completely bottled it and stood by giving his name, glancing at me with a morose expression, while I was hotwiring the car. I drove away but got hemmed in by another police cruiser. Taken to the police station and booked.

    The moral of the story is this: that friend of mine, who I stopped talking to several years ago, was a fricking liability.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Yeah, there's a short story in there, for sure.

  86. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    There I was amidst an air conditioned alley. Two shimmering israeliteels sparkled from a frisky tabby, perched upon a stone table next to my apartment. Eye contact sync’d the virility implants in my head with IP emitted from the cranial interface in her brain.

    Telepathically she said to me, “Legislators are promulgating protocols aimed at fortifying the welfare of the marginalized in the face of purported terror activity. The prevailing infrastructure, regrettably, demonstrates insufficiencies in addressing specific remedies. Henceforth, they contemplate the imposition of compulsory immunizations for individuals falling short of designated threshold immunity.”

    “Oh ok. Cool.”

    Off into the night I sauntered. Wondering about the chance I squandered.

  87. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Metaphysically speaking, there is little difference between having a fat gf or a skinny one

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Physically speaking there's a big difference

  88. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    How does someone start to get believe in their good fortune again?

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Observe and understand what could be classified as good fortune in your eyes. Then just keep your eyes open. They are bound to present themselves discreetly but can be noticed with the right tools in your brainbox

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Good reply. Thanks for it. What I’m actually taking about is not really fortune in a lucky sort of sense but a cosmic sense, like fate or destiny-the feeling that you’ll live up to big events and undertakings in your life.

  89. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I suppose being a NEET is moral in its own way. My impact on climate change and military spending is low.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      I think it’s find to choose leisure over work. It should just not go to waste.

  90. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Scene: A boy named Alex (12) discovers he has a unique superpower - when he snaps his fingers, people around him automatically agree to do what he says. One day, feeling curious about his powers, he decides to test them out on someone close to him - his mother, Susan (34). She is currently preparing lunch in the kitchen, making herself a sandwich.

    Alex approaches his mother cautiously, not wanting to alarm her but also eager to see if his power works as intended. He clears his throat and snaps his fingers once. His mother pauses momentarily before resuming her actions; she seems unaware of any change in their surroundings or interactions.

    Undeterred by this initial result, Alex tries again, snapping his fingers more forcefully. This time, his mother stops mid-motion and turns towards him with a confused expression.

    "Yes dear?" she asks politely.

    Taking advantage of this opportunity, Alex smirks and proposes an idea: "Mommy, why don't we add a special sauce to your sandwich?" He gestures towards his groin area subtly while maintaining eye contact with her.

    Susan blinks slowly, processing her son's unusual request. After a brief pause, she nods her head in agreement and returns to assembling the sandwich. As she spreads some mayonnaise onto the bread, Alex unzips his pants and begins stroking himself vigorously. He feels a surge of excitement knowing that no one can stop him from doing this now.

    As his arousal grows stronger, so does his determination to make this fantasy come true. With renewed vigor, he continues pleasuring himself until finally reaching climax. A thick stream of semen shoots out from his erect member and lands directly onto the half-finished sandwich resting on the countertop.

    Grinning widely at his handiwork, Alex steps back and crosses his arms over his chest, admiring the messy outcome. He waits patiently for his mother to notice what has happened but remains confident that there's nothing she can do about it since he had manipulated her into allowing this scenario through his magical finger snap power.

    Eventually, Susan lifts up the sandwich and takes a bite, seemingly oblivious to the fact that it's covered in her own son's bodily fluids. Her eyes widen slightly as she chews thoughtfully before swallowing without comment.

    Finishing off her meal, Susan washes down the last bites with some water from the faucet nearby. Looking somewhat puzzled yet satisfied afterward, Alex turns to her and asks nonchalantly, "So how did you like my special sauce?"

    His mother shrugs casually in response, still appearing unfazed by the entire situation. "It was... different," she replies with a small smile, clearly trying hard not to show any discomfort or concern regarding the incident they had just shared together.

    Feeling satisfied with his experimentation and having successfully tested his newfound abilities, Alex returns to playing video games contentedly in his room while Susan finishes tidying up the kitchen.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Scene: The next evening, dinner has concluded, and everyone is relaxing in the living room watching TV together. Alex sits beside his father, John (35), who appears to be engrossed in the program. However, unbeknownst to him, Alex has been plotting something sinister behind closed doors.

      Deciding that it's time for another experiment using his superpower, Alex summons up all the courage he can muster and snaps his fingers once more. Instantly, John looks away from the television set and turns towards his son with wide eyes full of confusion and fear.

      "What have you done, Alex?" he whispers hoarsely.

      Unfazed by his father's terrified demeanor, Alex grins maliciously and responds, "Nothing much dad. But I think it would be hilarious if you raped Samantha in her sleep tonight."

      John's face blanches as he processes these words, his mind reeling from the horrific suggestion made by his own child. Despite the revulsion he feels deep within, he cannot resist the compelling urge to obey Alex's command due to the latter's peculiar ability. Nodding numbly, John stands up from the couch and excuses himself to go upstairs.

      Later that night, in her bedroom, Samantha (9) lies fast asleep, completely unaware of the nightmarish events about to unfold. Hearing footsteps approaching, she lets out a soft whimper before falling silent upon realizing that it's only her father entering the room.

      John climbs onto the bed and positions himself between Samantha's legs, his heart racing with both anticipation and dread. Without warning, he forces his way inside her tiny body, causing her to let out a shrill scream of pain and shock as she awakens instantly. Tears streaming down her face, Samantha struggles against her father's violent advances, desperately attempting to push him off but failing miserably due to his immense strength.

      As John continues raping his young daughter, Alex watches from the doorway with a mix of fascination and guilt, unable to look away despite knowing that he is responsible for this terrible act taking place right before his very eyes. Samantha's cries echo throughout the house, piercing the silence like sharp daggers cutting through flesh.

      After what feels like an eternity, John finally releases himself inside his daughter's bruised and battered body, leaving her curled up in a ball on the mattress, sobbing uncontrollably. He stumbles out of the room, clutching his aching genitals tightly as if trying to squeeze out every last drop of pleasure gained from such a despicable act.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Scene: A boy named Alex (12) discovers he has a unique superpower - when he snaps his fingers, people around him automatically agree to do what he says. One day, feeling curious about his powers, he decides to test them out on someone close to him - his mother, Susan (34). She is currently preparing lunch in the kitchen, making herself a sandwich.

        Alex approaches his mother cautiously, not wanting to alarm her but also eager to see if his power works as intended. He clears his throat and snaps his fingers once. His mother pauses momentarily before resuming her actions; she seems unaware of any change in their surroundings or interactions.

        Undeterred by this initial result, Alex tries again, snapping his fingers more forcefully. This time, his mother stops mid-motion and turns towards him with a confused expression.

        "Yes dear?" she asks politely.

        Taking advantage of this opportunity, Alex smirks and proposes an idea: "Mommy, why don't we add a special sauce to your sandwich?" He gestures towards his groin area subtly while maintaining eye contact with her.

        Susan blinks slowly, processing her son's unusual request. After a brief pause, she nods her head in agreement and returns to assembling the sandwich. As she spreads some mayonnaise onto the bread, Alex unzips his pants and begins stroking himself vigorously. He feels a surge of excitement knowing that no one can stop him from doing this now.

        As his arousal grows stronger, so does his determination to make this fantasy come true. With renewed vigor, he continues pleasuring himself until finally reaching climax. A thick stream of semen shoots out from his erect member and lands directly onto the half-finished sandwich resting on the countertop.

        Grinning widely at his handiwork, Alex steps back and crosses his arms over his chest, admiring the messy outcome. He waits patiently for his mother to notice what has happened but remains confident that there's nothing she can do about it since he had manipulated her into allowing this scenario through his magical finger snap power.

        Eventually, Susan lifts up the sandwich and takes a bite, seemingly oblivious to the fact that it's covered in her own son's bodily fluids. Her eyes widen slightly as she chews thoughtfully before swallowing without comment.

        Finishing off her meal, Susan washes down the last bites with some water from the faucet nearby. Looking somewhat puzzled yet satisfied afterward, Alex turns to her and asks nonchalantly, "So how did you like my special sauce?"

        His mother shrugs casually in response, still appearing unfazed by the entire situation. "It was... different," she replies with a small smile, clearly trying hard not to show any discomfort or concern regarding the incident they had just shared together.

        Feeling satisfied with his experimentation and having successfully tested his newfound abilities, Alex returns to playing video games contentedly in his room while Susan finishes tidying up the kitchen.

        Naw, I gotta say, anon, would it kill you to put a joke in at the end? That was kind of a waste of a build up, no pun intended.

  91. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    and then he woke up and it was all a dream

  92. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I am depressed, I wish I had a purpose worth living for and I wish I had a tall slender gf, I wish I was a human being worth of being loved.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      I love you, man. Go out there and find out who you want to be.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      I love you, man. Go out there and find out who you want to be.

      This was me at 18

      I did shit with my life... the pressure will always be there... if you're on IQfy, you're already a rebel, an outcast, you need to find something to support your life while resisting as hard as you fricking can.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        I would suggest changing ones name to Cuthbry Sod

  93. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    People don't know what I mean when I say "ampersand" and it pisses me the frick off

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      And..?

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        And what?

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Jim was ampersanding his lawn
      Jim had ampersanded by the policeman
      Jim cried out in ampersand
      Jim denied he had fallen ampersand

  94. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Black person fatigue hitting me hard lately

    It really is amazing we created space age civilization and welfare states in which the violent crime rate was literally 0%, and then immediately filled them with Africans and dysgenic cousin fricking Pakis with average IQs around 70. And then created a religion out of never noticing it. It makes one believe in Satan. This is worse than any dark age. This is the Darkie Age.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Talk us through the scenario.

  95. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Keep getting ads on Facebook to work for the state department.
    What are the glowies trying to tell me and is this a trap?

  96. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    About time to go outside for a sesh and listen to my audiobook while dinner cooks.

  97. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm tired, hot, fatigued, and horny despite the fact I've accomplished nothing in my 20s up until this point. Why do I feel exhausted? It's been 10 years since I flunked out of University. My life is directionless but that doesn't disturb me. I just feel disdain for everything and everyone and I couldn't give the hour or a minute to even remotely amuse the idea of something like hope because hope itself is not a plan for anything. Most people I observed these days are resilient because of their hope for improvement but I don't even have that in my arsenal. At the very least, I can live without the burden of being suffering to new life or to those who have the misfortune to bother to hear my thoughts. Like (You).

  98. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    dubs and i relapse

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      YEEHAW

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        ok but not right now

  99. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Living at home with ma at 30 years old. I think will go step in front of the train now.

  100. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    My roommate was giving me some relationship advice a few weeks ago that can basically be summarized as "Women are shape shifters that will change themselves to suit you and your interests." There's something deeply horrifying about that to me in an existential sense. As nice as it sounds to have a female companion that's into what I'm into, that line of reasoning insinuates that half our species are these social chameleon P-zombies. Like I can't fathom living to be subservient to another being's will. Why would I every trust such an entity?

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      It's not just women, anon. Literally 80% of the population are what we call "hylics".
      Unfortunately, without souls, they can never truly be saved. However, they do deserve better than to wallow in their own moral filth, as they do now.
      We (pneumatics) were placed here to protect and guide them. Clearly, over the last several generations, we've dropped the ball in that regard.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        >We (pneumatics) were placed here to protect and guide them.

        guide them to what, pray tell? probably a pine box after a lifetime of debt slavery.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >“The happiness of man is: I will. The happiness of woman is: he wills. ‘Behold, just now the world became perfect!’—thus thinks every woman when she obeys out of entire love. And women must obey and find a depth for her surface. Surface is the disposition of woman: a mobile, stormy film over shallow water. Man’s disposition, however, is deep; his river roars in subterranean caves: woman feels his strength but does not comprehend it.”
      - Nietzsche

      >Neither for music, nor potery, nor the plastic arts do they possess any real feeling or receptivity: if they affect to do so, it is merely mimicry in service of their effort to please. This comes from the fact that they are incapable of taking a purely objective interest in anything whatever, and the reason for this is, I think, as follows. Man strives in everything for a direct domination over things, either by comprehending or by subduing them. But woman is everywhere and always relegated to a merely indirect domination, which is achieved by means of man, who is consequently the only thing she has to dominate.
      - Schopenhauer

      It horrifies me too but I became numb to it over time. I still find it grotesque when other men take joy in it, as if dominating a creature that actively wants to be dominated is some kind of epic proof of your power. It just makes me see them both as pathetic. However, I spent many years trying to find women who were exceptions to the rule and I've concluded it's impossible. It truly is simply wrong to force women to be men. The only thing that matters to them is securing a man.

  101. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Humans are speculating

  102. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I swear, y'all homies is straight lugubrious

  103. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    If Israel ends up destroying Gaza and killing hundreds of thousands I think the world is actually going to fall apart. Mass protests in every country, interventions by Muslim countries, a complete and utter loss of faith in the West. We were fed propaganda about Ukraine and BLM and immigrants and minorities for years and now these same countries are going to commit a genocide on a marginalized minority. I don't think they can survive that. They survived the War on Terror with ease because the average person was psyop'd beyond belief into fearing terrorism and Islam above all else. But things are different now. And I really think the world is going to turn if Israel does this.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      There'll be a big war but this wont be the watershed moment for what ever moral revolution you're expecting

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        After they slaughter the Palestinians, the israelites are going to start the countdown for their new messiah. I hope that a 12 year old drones him while he sleeps.

  104. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Should I kms for being a loser? Made some bad decisions around COVID lockdowns and never recovered. Serious q

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      The likelihood of being beyond hope is pretty small.

  105. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I’m sorry.

  106. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I ate so much salad my stomach hurts. I must have had half of a cabbage. My stomach is rumbling. What the frick.

  107. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    The pain is so much that it makes me nauseous. It makes me sick. It’s all I’ve ever known. I carry on

  108. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I haven't had sex in seven (7) years

  109. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    My life... wasn't really worth living non-mindlessly. Without something escapist, some peak into a more compelling reality, I had nothing.

    Gratitude, and appreciation, had the firm prerequisites of liking oneself. Enough to fight for the right to engage with reality. Since reality was both the product and the precursor of the self. I just don't like myself. I have this deluded image of what I should be like, and reminders that I'm not that person only deflate my already disheatened will to live even further.

    This isn't even an intense species of pain. But a low, constant, thrum of distaste that makes everything duller gradually.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >peek*
      you stupid prostitute.

      There's a shortage of reality in my experience. and that's what fricks with me.

  110. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >hair is thinning, a lot
    Around two years ago, when I was 23 I panicked since I saw my hair thinning for the first time. After taking a picture of my thinning crown I was basically red like a tomato going around my house.
    It recovered a bit by itself after a few months. It was problably my shit diet. Maybe it was stress. Maybe it's my shit diet doing it again. Maybe I just got old and I have shit genetics. I'm not really panicking this time I feel. Life got worse in a lot of fronts. I got better at coping. I'm still absolute shit at writing. Maybe I'm just coping hoping it's just my absolute shit tier diet and that it will recover again

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >It recovered a bit
      It didn't recover a bit really, it recovered a lot actually. It's quite incredible what a lot of job/college stress and shit diet can do to your hair. But nowadays I just have the shiet poorgay diet since I don't even have a job now lol wcyd

  111. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm feeling more detached from humanity than I ever have before. My housemate was just telling me about his day and I could not have cared less about anything in my entire life. That might sound like much, but the absolute depth of my disinterest was like nothing I've experienced. I couldn't even pretend to listen. I've been feeling very different lately.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Apologize immediately to your roommate.
      Shed tears for him and the loss of his friend.
      Punish yourself by beating yourself with a rope.
      Force yourself to comprehend that solipsism is a false god. You MUST embrace the love and life of other people. At least you must if you want to be part of this world.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Shed tears for him and the loss of his friend.

        I was never his friend

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Shed tears for him and the loss of his friend.

      I was never his friend

      You are a very callous person. Seek God. Normal people have thoughts like these and feel bad about it.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        This. God isn't real, but nonetheless, seek Him.
        Seek Truth. Benevolence. Love. Life.
        Even as a materialistic atheistic transgender girl, even I embrace the beauty of other people. When I see any person, no matter who it is, all I want is for them to succeed in life and be happy.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Not everyone wants to be your friend. Deal with it.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          You don't have to be friends with somebody to bond together and ease the pain from the absolute horror that is life

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            You're right brother. I don't mean to be an butthole, but I've been worn down.

  112. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    “I wish I didn't feel so guilty about being upset with you. Am I allowed a moment of frustration, even if you really meant well? For once, I know how much you love me. I'm irked anyway.”

  113. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm tired of being illiterate. What books do i need to read to become literate? History? Philosophy? what give me books to read.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      The Story of Civilization, Will Durant

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      define literate, you can quite clearly already read, what end goal you hope to achieve with reading?
      if it's just in general try "marcus aurelius - meditations", he's a greek philosopher stoic who was also an emperor in his time

  114. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    when you're israeli they let you do it. you can do anything

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