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1656657 No. 1656657
Sometimes you wanna ask people how they're doing so badly that there's just no time for sleep. Let's stay up until we hallucinate.

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>> No. 1656663
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>>1656657

>huuuuuugs an adorable Peesp!
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>>1656658@Chrome
Yaays
shall try to fluff my hair some more times :P

>>1656661@anoni
ahm not cute... im an scary monster
*Snuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuggles close,warm*

>>1656657
>Offer blankets,pillows, plushes*
>> No. 1656666
Ima toot off now
>> No. 1656667
>>1656658
hm...definitely gonna have to give all these new characters a play so I know what I'm up against.

>>1656659
yup...i tend to do that which gets me in trouble.
>> No. 1656668
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1656668
>get
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>>1656664
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>>1656668
>>1656669
Bugger all
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>> No. 1656672
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>>1656668

Today... is not your day..
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>>1656670
>> No. 1656675
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>>1656667
*huggles tightly*

>>1656668
aaw
so close

>>1656671
HATTIE!
>> No. 1656677
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1656677
>1-3 hours of sleep per night for the last 4 days
Sl eep is f or the we a k
>> No. 1656678
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>>1656677
OUch, im sorry to hear that
>> No. 1656679
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>>1656675
Afternoon.

>>1656677
>sleep
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>>1656661 (Anonipony)
I'm not cute.

>>1656676 (Fungi)
I won't have kids to begin with. Can you imagine that? Me reproducing? It's bad enough I was born in the first place.

>>1656664
Greetings. You failed in your mission.

>>1656665
I need to straighten mine or something.

>>1656666
Take care.

>>1656667
Oh yes.

>>1656668
Failed again.

>>1656671
Greetings.

>>1656677
Sleep is great, it's the one time I'm not obligated to conscious thought.
>> No. 1656681
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>>1656680

Well.. Chrome is!
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>>1656681

I mean RARITY!
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>>1656681
>>1656682
>> No. 1656684
>>1656680
I wont be able to for a while though. By the time it gets installed I'll have to go to bed, then I got work all weekend. One day...
>> No. 1656685
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>>1656684
I know how that goes... every major game release I've been excited enough to play on day 1 has had that day involve school or work in such a fashion that I couldn't justify staying up all night to play it.
>> No. 1656686
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>>1656678
Should be able to get some sleep tonight at least. Early weekends are nice

>>1656679
What even is sleep?

>>1656680
It can be nice at times
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>>1656683
>> No. 1656688
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>>1656686
All the time. Those pesky responsibilities I've taken on are keeping me from it though. I need to rethink my life.

>>1656687
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>>1656688
>> No. 1656690
>>1656685
Pretty much. I wont even get to play it during fall break because I have to work the Disney on Ice showings which are all day with multiple showings. Pain in the ass...so happy this is their last year here.
>> No. 1656691
>>1656680
That's a sentiment I can understand. I've got some messed up genes I don't want to bring upon some poor kid, myself.
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>>1656689

>>1656690
And I'm now glad my arenas focuses solely hockey for the most part.
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>>1656691
Likewise.
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>>1656692
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>>1656679
how is?

>>1656680
oh, much curls?

>>1656681
>>1656682
HA! you admit im an roadkill :3
*squee*

>>1656686
wish you the best!
calming musics?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UaQHfTXf2hs
>> No. 1656696
>>1656693
Hooray for mutual understanding!
>> No. 1656697
>>1656692
What kind of facility is it? Mine is technically an event center so we got multiple things going on all the time.

And there is a rumor going around that we might be losing our hockey team due to the new owners. That takes a lot of work away from us.

Last edited at Thu, Nov 20th, 2014 11:15

>> No. 1656698
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>>1656694
Are you suitably ashamed yet?

>>1656695
Too much for my liking at least.

>>1656696
Indeed.
>> No. 1656699
>>1656698
ah i see.
>> No. 1656700
>>1656698
How many times can you reply with a single word and still have it make sense? Me bet's on 10.
>> No. 1656701
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>>1656695

Huhwat?

>>1656698
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>>1656701
Nothing~
*Boops....
*Nibbles nose*
>> No. 1656703
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>>1656697
Well, the hockey arenas are just hockey. There's a second facility that I work at which is an event center, but it is mostly just sports in general.

Considering I work for a university, unless the place goes under I doubt we'll be losing any of the teams, especially hockey. We've had some downsizing though... and it shows.

>>1656699
I prefer straight hair by a wide margin.

>>1656700
Unneeded verbosity is counterproductive to comprehension in conversational settings.

>>1656701
Good.
>> No. 1656704
>>1656703
Straight hair is good.
>> No. 1656705
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>>1656688
I hope you'll get some breaks from those responsibilities then

>>1656695
Ah, thank you. I'll give this a listen later

---

And now off again. Keep up the happy now
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>>1656703
>> No. 1656707
>>1656703
So pretty much how mine works too.

In what way? We've been losing a lot of workers and cant seem to get more. There used to be 6 of us, now there are 2, sometimes 4.
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>>1656705
take care!
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>>1656702

>beeps!
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>>1656704
Indeed.

>>1656705
I'm rarely happy, but thank you for the sentiment.

>>1656706
>Slaps.

>>1656707
Can't get repairs in, can't finish the development on one of the floors, etc. There are plenty of other student workers, don't get me wrong. But repairs are needed and not getting done. It's still a very big operation though.
>> No. 1656713
>>1656703
Quite.
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>>1656713
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>>1656710
Such cuteness

>>1656712
reminds me to brush mine more... easily to get tangled ;_;
>> No. 1656717
>>1656715
That's cheating.
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>>1656712
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>>1656716
>> No. 1656720
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1656720
I gotta take a break from Fallout.
Like really, I should for my own good.
>> No. 1656721
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>>1656716
Yeah...

>>1656717
Ludicrous!

>>1656718
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>>1656719
Dáaaaaaaaaaaaw
>*RUffles hair*

>>1656720
hm? much game hours?
>> No. 1656723
>>1656712
Lordy, I know how that shit goes too, and we're run by the fucking city.
Our compressors (chillers) are actually being shut down this summer for heavy maintenance because they are in such poor shape.
Kinda nice hearing we arnt the only facility who doesnt have their shit together.
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>>1656721

Poker?

Huhwat?
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>>1656721
:P
POKER!
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>>1656722

>ponypurrs..
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>>1656720
Blasphemy.

Unless you mean Fallout 3, therefore yes, you should take a break and play Fallout 2 instead.

>>1656723
Oh great, that just sounds wonderful.

>>1656725
Obfuscation.

>>1656726
HAY should have Poker nights.
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>>1656727
yer adorable
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>>1656722
Yeah.
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>>1656728

But wai?

>>1656729

Nuuuuuu!
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Well that game was fun as fuck.
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>>1656728
i made that sugestion with an program that i found... with skype group.-
but then i got an ban+warning because i implied for younger people to gamble ;_;

>>1656730
shame
>> No. 1656734
>>1656728
yup. both rinks are coming out, though my boss is wanting to get a portable compressor for the community rink. I dont see that working very well, but we'll see.
>> No. 1656735
>>1656721
Cheatypants!
>> No. 1656736
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>>1656731
yuuuuush, don´t deny anything!

>>1656732
which game... if i can ask?
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...

>Flees with utmost haste from the thread.
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>>1656737
take care!
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>>1656736
League. They just introduced a new champ and I laned with her. Was OP as hell.

>>1656737
lolbyenerd
>> No. 1656740
>>1656739
Ah, well, congrats to the new char... or how one should say
>> No. 1656741
Gonna head out. Have a song, I guess

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8XZgfpLbYI

Not sure when I'll show back up here again.
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>>1656739
>nerd
That's you.
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>>1656741
oh... stuffles,Please Do take care.
*HUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUGS*
>> No. 1656744
>>1656740
Nah, I didn't get her, I was just on her team.

>>1656741
Take care brah.

>>1656742
lol w/e fgt
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>>1656744
No
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>>1656744
Ah, okies, okies
my bads
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>>1656742
>snapshot of a gif
>still named gif
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>>1656747
so it wasn´t my browser that was bonky?
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>>1656747
Why should anyone care?
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>>1656748
It was a trap from the very beginning!

>>1656750
Gifs are images with some depth added, so expecting some depth and not getting any is uncomfortable. Like if you were about to descend some stairs but the first step suddenly was raised up before you took your first step so you invested too much force into your step and you wobble a bit afterwards.
It just ain't right!
>> No. 1656771
>>1656766
Well fuck u m8.
I can do whatever I want..
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>> No. 1656776
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>>1656766
GASP!
ive been tricked

>>1656774
That´s the gif!
=====

and body i know we don´t like each other. but is it possible to ask for one day without any accident or bleeds?
sincerely, Doof´s brain
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>>1656771
;~;

>>1656774
Yiss!

>>1656776
That's why gauze is your friend, along with rubber tubing and rubbing alcohol for those deep cuts!
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>>1656776
This is why I constantly beat my body into submission. So it knows who's boss.

>>1656782
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>>1656782
please end me
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>>1656782
my med cabinet is empty.
and since it´s a daily thing i would have a stack big as where house 13....

>>1656784
but if i does that. more cracks will open ;_;
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>>1656782

Always keep gauze on hand.
>> No. 1656793
>>1656791
Mondo!
howdy
>> No. 1656796
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>>1656784
Never gonna let you down! Never gonna turn around and hurt you!

>>1656785
Were it so easy, friend, I wouldn't be here to do that.

>>1656789
Oh my. That's a lot of bleeding!

>>1656791
Or just wear heavy gloves everywhere :P
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>>1656793

Hey, there!

>>1656796

Nah. Then what'll you do when you mess up the rest of your body? Gauze is the best.
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>>1656796
only small doses, but still annoys me.
and of course does not much for self esteem. eh, who am i kidding never had any from start

>>1656798
sup+?
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>>1656801

Not much. New Grepolis world popped up, though. Anyone want to join me for a fun browser game?
>> No. 1656805
>>1656796
eh..
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>>1656804
just chilling then?
new grep police what?
>> No. 1656810
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>>1656807

Grepolis! A browser game where you build up a city and try to complete the wonders of the world while fending off attacks from other players. It's fun, but I really need more people with me in order to play properly.
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>>1656810
hmm... interesting. if i knew i had the game hours over i would join in a heartbeat!
>> No. 1656812
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>>1656798
Gauze can't effectively help bone breaks or anything other than dermal tearing/external bleeding, unfortunately. That's where duct tape and cardboard come into play!

>>1656801
I think I missed something here.

>>1656805
What troubles you so?
>> No. 1656813
>>1656812
A lot of things.
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>>1656812
Oh no you didn´t miss anything silly
*Huggles warm*
>want an internet smoothie while you visiting?
>> No. 1656817
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1656817
Hey everypone

what's up!
>> No. 1656818
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>>1656817
Snowball!
alo thar, how is?
>> No. 1656822
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>>1656817
Feeling like shit.
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>>1656813
Hm... Would you rather I not poke at it with my inquisitive stick?

>>1656816
Eew...strawberry.

>>1656817
Heya! Not much, bro. What's up with you?
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>>1656823
Yeah.
Sorry.
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>>1656823
Ah, sorrie,sorrie ^^;
any other flavor you liking?
>chocolate milkshake?
>> No. 1656828
>>1656818
>>1656822
>>1656823

>they removed wectoring from smash 4
>registering for classes
>new jungle un league makes it so only like 5 jungles can clear without having to go back after wolves

I'm doing okay, registering for classes is a pain

My brother friend told me to take comp sci, chem and calc 2 at the same time but I don't know....
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>>1656828
Oh, good.
>> No. 1656831
>>1656828
>new jungle un league makes it so only like 5 jungles can clear without having to go back after wolves
This is kind of true but at the same time it turns jungling into more of a team role than Team Mom.
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>>1656828
Ouch, sorry to hear.
classes is an pain ;_;
>> No. 1656838
>>1656831

Warwick is a god in the new jungle. Besides him, only like fiddles and Nunu can start with buffs. The rest have to start toad.

>play kha
>jungle kicks my ass
>ran out of pots after wolves
>next game go Warwick
>boss ass clear
>takes 0 damage in the jungle
>master dueler
>alpha as fuck

Can someone say, best jungler?

>>1656829

what's wrong?

>>1656832

but should I?
>> No. 1656839
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>>1656824
That's fair, man.

>>1656825
Eew...chocolate.
I'd like an IV bag full of blueberry mush please.

>>1656828
Ouch. Glad you're okay regardless!
How confident are you in chem?
>> No. 1656841
>>1656839

I don't know. Taking 3 seems like too much....
>> No. 1656842
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>>1656838
can you manage with such classes at the same time.

>>1656839
hmm... i don´t have such thing. but shall crate pone picture i guess.
===
and im sorry everynone, but i shall slip into lukring before bed.
just not in the mood for hay tonight
nights
>> No. 1656843
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>>1656838
Like I said, a lot of things.
>> No. 1656847
>>1656838
Depends on the ganks. I won't say new jungle is dependent on early leashes and champ selection, but it's not something that you can take on alone anymore and just roll around the jungle smashing monster face. Your team has to help you every now and then, which I think is a good price to pay for ganks and the like. For too long jungling has been an "elite" role that, while commonly the best player on the team, got the most abuse because they weren't doing everything the rest of the team wanted them to. Now, the team actually has to take part, which I think will cut down a little on both jungle elitism and people whining about "BUT M-MUH LAEN" as much.
>> No. 1656852
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>>1656841
How many did you just take? I think you're considered a full-time student at 12 credit-hours for most schools.

>>1656842
Night Ponns!
>> No. 1656858
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>>1656838
>>1656847

Makes me miss playing League a little.
>> No. 1656860
>>1656847

As a jungle main. I get bitched at constantly. Also, it makes it harder to play without my friends because douchebag ezreals are too good to leash.

This is probably why they nerf WWs ult, because they knew he'd be the OU jungler in the new jungler because you can do it all yourself.

>>1656843

Wanna tell me about it?


>>1656842

Night.

There was some text that went with your picture if I remember.
>> No. 1656865
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>>1656858
It's all a trap anyway.

>>1656860
From what I learned from the preseason spotlights, they're trying to work towards more innovative jungle play; they want to see more diverse champ picks to roam the forests. This won't happen until next season because people are too set in their roles right now, but it's a start.
>> No. 1656868
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>>1656858
>> No. 1656871
>>1656865

I think a tougher jungle will have the reverse effect. Considering even champs that are suppose to jungle are getting rekt. but I guess if you just start toad you can get a lot more.

Who else has the sustain to survive the jungle? Cho'gath?

>>1656858

It's fun!

>>1656852

I can take 12 credits without talking all 3 of those classes.
>> No. 1656873
>>165686
I can, but I have to leave.
Later then.
>> No. 1656875
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>>1656871
Ah. Maybe it's best to take calc when you have a less demanding/ominous workload.
>> No. 1656876
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>>1656871
Lee Sin and Fuzzy Wuzzy have always been favorites of mine. Amumu and Rammus will probably make a comeback just out of sheer tank. Smite is a much bigger deal all game long now. I don't think it's about sustain so much anymore, that was the biggest problem. I think the whole point is that you can't just faceroll jungle and do well.
>> No. 1656881
>>1656875

calc is basically tied to my major. So is compsci but I don't have to take it. If I don't take calc most of my classes are locked out.

>>1656873

later


>>1656876

But you can. Certain champs can still faceroll the jungle because they have the right kits. So more people will play those champs.
>> No. 1656886
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>>1656881
And they are the likeliest to get nerfs. Maybe not, but most likely. Wubwubs also has subpar ganks when compared to, say, Hecarim. His ult used as a gank can be good, but if you have a warwick on the opposing team you're going to expect that and plan for it. His clear and even his counterclear may be phenomenal, but stick him up against a half decent Amumu jungler and you're wolf meat.
>> No. 1656888
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>>1656881
Do you have a reference flow chart of what you have to take? That can be great for figuring out your schedules ahead of time, even more so if they tell you which ones have an attached lab.
>> No. 1656898
>>1656888

Nope, just what my counselor recommended

>>1656886

>hecarim
>his early game as poppy levels of garbage
>his clear was a joke before the new jungle

He won't survive. Amumu has a similar case of "shit early game syndrome" and despite Amumus "press R and win teamfight" play style there is a reason not a lot of people play him.
>> No. 1656899
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>>1656898
http://boards.na.leagueoflegends.com/en/c/gameplay-balance/sdQdem4E-patch-rundown-preseason-2015

Don't take my word for it. This is what they want.
>> No. 1656901
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>>1656898
Huh. Well, hope it turns out alright for you.
>> No. 1656902
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1656902
>At some kind of cocktail party
>Not sure who's hosting and don't know anyone there
>House is nice though, vaguely familiar but can't figure out why
>Only people my age are four women
>Decide to hang out with them for some time
>Not really conversing, just standing around and listening to them
>They're talking about how oppressed they are
>More classism and like, social expectations from other women than sexism
>Women getting alittle more verbally aggressive with each other
>One walks away in a huff towards the bathroom
>After a delay, one of the women follows
>The girl who originally left turns around and impales the follower with a railway spike
>Where she got the railway spike, I have no idea
>Third woman goes to the scene for some reason
>Original woman smacks her in the face then handcuffs her to some kind of heater with her hand lain flat across the metal
>Turns it on as high as it'll go so the heater starts burning the woman's hand
>Shoots her in the head with a pistol
>Somehow instead of entering and leaving, it's as if the bullet merged with the body and took it with it
>So the woman is pushed backwards from the heater and her arm comes clean off
>Still standing there drinking some kind of cocktail
>Don't think to do anything during this
>Wake up
So.. the nap was nice, but I don't know what to make of that dream.
>> No. 1656904
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>>1656902
I was very, very concerned until I read "dream"
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>>1656902
>> No. 1656906
>>1656902

I thought this actually happened until I got to the end

what's up?

>>1656899

Riot sucks at balancing. Where my urgot buffs at? They actually nerfed tear too. Being an urgot fan is suffering.

>>1656901

Thanks
>> No. 1656907
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>>1656902
Seems like someone slipped some acid into your drink, yo!
>> No. 1656908
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>>1656904
>>1656906
That's pretty much what I was going for.
It was so strange though, I mean I don't think I've ever had a dream like that - it was as if it's oddest quality was being so out of place. It's like.. the dream you'd expect a depressed housewife harboring hostile impulses to have, not some random loser like me.

The part where the woman was shot in the head is particularly strange, since the bullet didn't act at all like one and it had the same effect as if she were tied to a train or something instead.

>>1656905
Dude I don't even know.

>>1656907
It's the first time in a long time I both vividly remember every detail of a dream, yet can't place at all where it came from. I think the whole classism thing was a result of reading a chapter of my book before getting some sleep but the rest is an utter mystery to me. As I said above, it's as if I had someone else's dream - not my own.
>> No. 1656910
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>>1656908
This is the kind of shit I was talking about in my dreams. How do you apply symbology to shit like this? How could your mind possibly show you any of this as a reorganization of real-life events? It makes no goddamn sense, and yet you remember it clearly.

Welcome to the rabbit hole.
>> No. 1656913
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>>1656908
Do you believe that dreams mean anything? That's very strange though, I will admit. Perhaps you accidentally stumbled into a loophole to other people's dreams! That'd make an interesting premise, heh. Well, assuming there was a modifier that made it important to the real (physical) world somehow, like..."if you die in the dream, you die for real" or something like that.
>> No. 1656914
>>1656908

I'm pretty sure dreams don't have any actual correlation to what's going on in your subconscious. Well sometimes they do, but it's mostly your imagination running wild. What do you think?
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>>1656908

You obviously have very good drugs..
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>> No. 1656919
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>>1656917
Afternoon! What's the haps?
>> No. 1656920
>>1656917

hello!
>> No. 1656922
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>>1656910
If this is what you were referring to, then I apologize for misunderstanding. I don't even know how to address what genuinely feels like a strangers dreams. I have a few threads that I can follow and understand, like maybe the cocktail party was some representation of my desire to connect and create a new social circle - and the individuals being women some reflection of loneliness, but the setting as a whole and how violent it got with me being nothing more than a casual observer.. I don't even know.

It did not feel like my own dream. I was purely an observer through it all. I recall some of my own thoughts during it but that was it.

I feel like any attempt at dream analysis on my part would just be pretentious, contrived, and miss some general point 'cause I don't actually have the context of the individual it was truly meant for.

>>1656913
I used to, but to be honest my stance on the meaning of dreams has shifted quite a bit and I'm not 100% sure what I believe anymore. I've been getting more and more into learning why and how we dream, and in the answers I've uncovered they've started to contradict the notion of dreams being symbolic. I think that, being the way we are, our subconscious is bound to slip occasional messages or symbols to us when we need to be alerted of something we're consciously avoiding but I don't adhere anymore to the belief that dreams always mean something. More that repetitive situations do, or those situations where it's clear as day what they're trying to stand for.
>> No. 1656923
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>>1656919
>>1656920

Heyyy.

I'm up relativly early for once.
>> No. 1656926
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>>1656922
Exactly. This is what pretty much all of my dreams are like. Wild, unexpected, disconnected, and just strange. Sometimes I'm not even myself in my dreams. I'm someone else entirely, like I really am having someone else's dream. Still, it's my head that came up with it, so it has to be my dream. I just chalk it up to an overactive imagination during REM sleep and take what little semblance of sense I can get.
>> No. 1656929
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>> No. 1656930
>>1656929

what's up?
>> No. 1656931
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>>1656930

I was playing DA:I

While strolling through some camp I found a letter which I think was written by Morgoth himself...
>> No. 1656933
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>>1656922
That's totally fair! Being the way we are? What do you mean by that? And what sort of alerts do you think dreams could tell us that our subconscious could not adequately convey to our conscious while awake?

>>1656923
Yaaaaay! Any particular reason for that?

>>1656929
Hey Magsan. How's it going?
>> No. 1656934
>>1656931

As in like, from lord of the rings?

I'mma take a shower
>> No. 1656936
File 141651530437.jpg - (21.54KB , 600x450 , nom.jpg )
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>>1656933

Who're you?

>>1656934

Yup

First, the contents which was...um...yeah

And the writing style

Pretty sure only an angry and broken demigod could write that
>> No. 1656937
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>>1656933

Not really. ^^;

How are you?
>> No. 1656939
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>>1656936
Gif-posting anon #48, at your service!

>>1656937
Ah. Well, still, it's an accomplishment. Or at least you can write it of as an excuse to do something for yourself today :3
I'm alright, just a little lazy. Which of course means I'll be super buy later, heh.
>> No. 1656940
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>>1656939

Mmhmm. ^^

Hehe, good to hear.
>> No. 1656941
File 141651551908.jpg - (80.38KB , 732x800 , drinky.jpg )
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>>1656939

Show me the salute
>> No. 1656944
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>>1656940
Up to much today?

>>1656941
The...salute...yes...
One second, I have to go...I left the oven on!..
>> No. 1656946
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>>1656944

I might do some cleaning later on.
>> No. 1656949
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>>1656946
Are you a fan of cleaning, or is it more a passive chore?
>> No. 1656951
File 141651589683.png - (284.03KB , 500x619 , 172.png )
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>>1656949

It's a passive chore, but I enjoy the rewards it yields.
>> No. 1656952
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>>1656933
>>1656914
It's too early for you guys to be asking me about this, I just woke up and can't seem to explain properly. I've tried retyping my explanation five times already.. heh.

>>1656926
Probably all you can do, half the time we're just looking for meaning that isn't really there anyway.
>> No. 1656954
File 141651603311.png - (200.86KB , 600x600 , blood angel.png )
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>>1656944
>> No. 1656955
File 141651604957.jpg - (162.07KB , 879x1024 , SS_322.jpg )
1656955
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYweg6GbNGs

Also why the fuck is this so catchy?
>> No. 1656957
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1656957
I guess if I were to summarize it best, I don't believe in purposeful symbolism behind dreams because looking at how our brains behave during and after dreaming, it becomes painfully obvious that we're not actually supposed to remember our dreams. So the notion that they are some subconscious plea for understanding is a bit silly from that perspective, but I believe dreaming is used as a kind of simulation for survival and while we've grown past the need to survive being chased by wild animals or hunting we've developed social situations that we now mentally prepare ourselves for in dreaming and I think sometimes our subconscious fears can manifest themselves in those situations. So it's more like a stance of 'dreams aren't supposed to be symbolic, but occasionally you can get some unique insight from them due to their initial purpose'. If that makes any sense.
>> No. 1656958
File 141651627758.gif - (39.92KB , 544x427 , EbonTopaz_PonywiseArt01.gif )
1656958
Hey guys... How's it going?
>> No. 1656959
File 141651629941.gif - (932.18KB , 480x270 , the salute!.gif )
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>>1656951
That's a fair trade-off methinks ^^
Hopefully things aren't messy enough to require massive cleaning!

>>1656952
That's alright! Mornings aren't good for anything but going back to sleep :P

>>1656954
>foooouuuund iiiit~
I knew it the whole time, but I had to...feed my...bear. Yeah, that.

>>1656955
I guess it just goes to show
You like your beats fast
And your bass down low
Ba-ba-bass, bass, bass down low
Bass, bass, bass down low
>> No. 1656960
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>>1656958

>>1656959

Nah, it's nothing to bad; just some dishes really.
>> No. 1656961
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>>1656960

Good evening, Thela. Long time no see.

How are you?
>> No. 1656962
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>>1656959
DO YOUR CHAIN HANG LOW
DO IT WOBBLE TO THE FLO'
DO IT SHINE IN THE LIGHT
IS IT PLATINUM, IS IT GOLD
COULD YOU THROW IT OVER YA SHOULDA
IF YA HOT YA MAKE IT COLD
DO YOUR CHAIN
HANG
LOW
>> No. 1656963
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>>1656961

Indeed. :3

I'm good. I actually woke up before 4pm for once.
>> No. 1656965
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>>1656961
>> No. 1656970
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>>1656957
So it's more about mental preparedness if it were indeed important at all? I can dig it! I was taught that it was just static from daily memories being transferred from short term memory to long term memory, but the...conscious part of the brain tries to extrapolate logic from it, thus giving rise to very odd dreams at times, especially if you managed to break daily monotony, because that's a different experience and would be treated differently as it's new and doesn't already have a neuron cluster attributed to it.

>>1656958
Howdy Ebon! What's uppp?

>>1656960
Oh. Psssssh, I don't really consider that cleaning. It's more of general cleanliness to me.

>>1656962
LET THE BASS CANNON KICK IT
*dubstep lightning while raining xylophones*
>> No. 1656972
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>>1656963

Hehe, well, it sounds like an improvement! Maybe you could try using it as a first step towards reverting to a normal sleep schedule?

>>1656965

Hey Noni. How are you?
>> No. 1656976
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>>1656970
It's basically a combination of the two, dreaming is 100% our means of encoding information but it seems to have a secondary function as well. I think the random elements are less us trying to 'make sense of it' and more just the things we're sorting through spilling over a bit as we dream. Purely accidental.

If you're actually interested in reading up on this, I'd suggest The Mind At Night. It's very informative on the subject.
>> No. 1656977
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>>1656970

Yeahhhhh, but still. :P

>>1656972

Hopefully. Though I really need is a reason to get up at a reasonable hour...
>> No. 1656978
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>>1656970

Muffin?

>>1656972

Ebon! Cute pone!

IT's math time for me! Hope your'e doing okay!
>> No. 1656984
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>>1656970

Hi Anon.

Well... Could be better, to be honest. I haven't been feeling very well for the past couple of days. I worry that I might be getting sick.

>>1656977

Maybe you could try to find a hobby that you could work on during the morning or early afternoon? Like jogging?

>>1656978

Hehe.

Ooh, good luck with Math! I hope it'll go well.

As for me... I could be doing better, sadly.
>> No. 1656986
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>>1656976
That makes some sense ^^
Gosh, I hope they figure this stuff out eventually. It's truly fascinating... Hm...Perhaps this would be a good area of study, considering it's a frontier not explored much yet...

The Mind At Night? I can add that to the list!

>>1656977
Yeah, yeah, I gotcha :P

>>1656978

>>1656984
Oh dear... Like, with a cold or something?
>> No. 1656989
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>>1656986
You'd be surprised how much we've actually studied it and already know, actually - but there are definitely a lot of mysteries behind it. The study of sleep is definitely a quarry worth mining.

The Mind at Night is great, I haven't finished it yet because I only just managed to get my hands on a physical copy (had an eBook for over a year but I can't stand reading them) but it's a very informative exploration of how and why we sleep.
>> No. 1656990
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>>1656986

A cold or a flu, probably. My dad was sick for a couple of days before he came over to visit, and my brother has been sick for a few days after that. So I think that I might have caught something from my brother.
>> No. 1656995
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>>1656984

Eugh, not jogging. As much as I need to lose weight, I don't want to do it where people can see me.

>>1656986

:3
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>>1656995
>As much as I need to lose weight, I don't want to do it where people can see me.
You too?
I always thought I was like, the only one who held himself back because of this.
>> No. 1657000
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Awwww yisssss
>> No. 1657003
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>>1656986

I don't speak anime gif.
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>>1656997

Yerp. :I

I already have self-confidence issues; I don't need anyone looking at me when I'm working out and going "Hahahaha! Fatty's trying to lose weight!"

Last edited at Thu, Nov 20th, 2014 14:13

>> No. 1657009
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>>1656989
Oh, right, I just have an all-or-nothing approach to knowledge. I don't even want to start hardcore learning something that's just going to need to be rewritten some time after *cough* quantum mechanics* coughcough*
I do enjoy learning about the mysteries of the mind though. Cool stuff can be uncovered and utilized ^^

Not a fan of ebooks either? I'm with ya there. Do you happen to know when/where it was written? Just curious.

>>1656990
Ah. Flus are never a fun thing to have >.>
Let's hope it passes before it can get a good footing in! Lots of fluids if you can!

>>1656995
That's a lot of EEEing... Now, if you put a 'P' in front of that, you'd flood the entire universe with...liquid, rather than sound! It's a wonder to see how much difference one letter can make :P

>>1657000
It's food! :D

>>1657003
How about pone gif?
>> No. 1657010
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>>1657006
'You will become way less concerned with what other people think of you when you realize how seldom they do.'

That's not to say I can put it in practice though, so I definitely understand where you're coming from...
>> No. 1657012
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>>1657006
Yeah but you know what? Fuck them. You're working to improve yourself. You're doing more than they are. They're petty and just want to feel better about themselves by wrecking someone else. That's when you work harder and get swole so they have nothing to bash anymore.

>>1657009
Black bean salsa. :3
>> No. 1657013
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>>1657009

Haha, gross.

>>1657010

Public gyms are made for fit people to go show off. I'd rather buy a home gym setup and work out in private.

>>1657012

I'd still rather work out at home.
>> No. 1657015
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>>1657009

Yup. Sorry then..
>> No. 1657016
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>>1657013
You could just do what I do and go work out at like 2 am when no one's awake. That helped me out a lot.
>> No. 1657020
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>>1656995
>>1656997

Then instead of jogging, how about just taking a stroll? Is there some kind of park nearby, maybe? It doesn't help as much as jogging, but at least it does more than nothing.

Sadly, I can't think of a lot of exercises that you can do indoors or in private to lose weight... Don't just try dieting, though. That never works.

>>1657000

Hey Jesus. What's that?
>> No. 1657021
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>>1657012
Sounds delicious c:

>>1657013
Just an observation, is all~

>>1657015
For what?
>> No. 1657023
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>>1657020
Black bean salsa, with all kinds of yummy herbs and spices. I made like a quart so it'd last a while~

>>1657021
It's sogood. And it goes with like, everything. Except sweet things.
>> No. 1657024
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>>1657009
I'm definitely more in the 'analog' field when it comes to books. According to Goodreads, it was published in 2004. Why do you ask?

Now I'm starting to wonder how much information has surfaced since then. Though in my experience it's very hard to find reliable information about this kind of thing, so.. that's not an endeavor I'm looking forward to taking on at the end.

>>1657013
Oh, we're talking about gyms - my mistake. Yeah, I'd never set foot in a gym for that reason, the atmosphere is completely different. How about going outside, though? I find even that's too much for me, which is why I felt the quote was relevant because you're so often going to be on anyone's mind or having them think 'oh look at him trying to lose weight lol how pathetic' but yet it's hard to put yourself out that door.
>> No. 1657030
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>>1657016

That would still require me buying a membership.

>>1657020

I did map out a route I could walk in my new neighborhood.

Really? I thought home exercise machines were made for that purpose.

Yeah, I tried the diet route years ago. It just made me malnourished and miserable. I DO need to cut back on my portions, though.

>>1657021

:P

>>1657024

I can go outside no problem, I just don't want to jog. Walking is fine, because then it doesn't look like I'm exercising.
>> No. 1657031
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>>1657030
True. Screw that noise.
>> No. 1657034
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>>1657020
I used to bike because it was easy to push yourself a bit while creating the illusion that you're going somewhere, but I don't have a bike anymore and now that it's winter you're going to have a hard time getting me out of the house.

>>1657030
I see. Fair enough.
>> No. 1657035
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>>1657009

Hehe, don't worry, I'm making sure to stay well hydrated.

>>1657013

I've only been to public gyms a few times, so I can't say that I know everything about them... But as far as I could tell, most people there just seemed to be average joes who wanted some exercise.

I understand that being scared of how people will judge you makes it hard for you to exercise in public. But there's very few ways to do so at home, unless you're willing to spend a fortune. Just regular manual treadmills can cost up to hundreds of dollars!
>> No. 1657037
I'm back
>> No. 1657040
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>>1657023
>implying i wouldn't still try to smear it on chocolate
Chocolate makes everything better! :D

>>1657024
Oh? Hmm... Good to know! Well, I'm just wondering how up-to-date it is. Nowadays things change so fast that yesterday's information in today's misinformation. That's probably just my viewpoint on things though. Don't pay it much mind.

Yes, exactly. Oh informational paranoia, my old friend.

>>1657035
Wonderful! c:
>> No. 1657044
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>>1657040
I mean, chili chocolate is fuckin' delicious, so I couldn't blame you. Still, I don't think I'd stir chocolate syrup into this stuff.
>> No. 1657046
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>>1657031

I figure investing in home exercise equipment is a better deal in the long run.

>>1657034

And then if I wear my hoodie, no one even glances in my direction. It's great.

>>1657035

Possibly.

It would be worth it, IMO.
>> No. 1657047
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>>1657046
That depends on the equipment. What kind of exercises are we talking about here?
>> No. 1657049
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>>1657044
Yeah, it probably would only detract from the delicious salsa flavor!
>> No. 1657050
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>>1657047

Cardio, mostly.
>> No. 1657051
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>>1657040
I don't think that'll be a concern, it covers the progression of sleep study since it's conception basically and those discoveries have held up to the test of time. The only thing that's become redundant or out-of-date since then would be the concept of dream interpretation.
>> No. 1657053
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>>1657023

Hehe, I see! I hope you'll enjoy it.

I kinda thought it looked like a cup of mud...

>>1657030

Home exercise machines are incredibly expensive, though. >>1657035

>>1657034

True, it's not exactly fun to go out on your bike during winter, especially considering how slippy the roads can be... But a stroll shouldn't be so bad if you dress warmly, right?

As long as it's not snowing or raining, at least.
>> No. 1657055
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>>1657051
You mean our interpretation of dream interpretation, or the brain's interpretation of dream interpretation?
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>>1657053
You underestimate how adamantly against the cold I am.
>> No. 1657060
>>1657050
Could try P90X?
My room mate did that with only a few dumb bells and resistance cords?
Granted it's FUCKING intense.
>> No. 1657062
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>>1657055
The symbolic interpretation. The Freudian approach and the improvements upon his concept over the years.
>> No. 1657069
>>1657053
And exactly what ebon says here. I go to the gym regularly and everyone there is only concerned with their own shit.
Plus if you're looking at strength training, the machines there make it so you almost always have the correct form, as opposed to dumb bells and free weights where you have to concentrate on technique and form.
>> No. 1657070
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>Just remembered he has drums

Well fuck, I've already got a home gym right there.
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>>1657062
Oh, speaking of! What's are your opinions on Freud? The person, the ideas, etc..
>> No. 1657073
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>>1657070
I was thinking about that this whole time too, but didn't say anything 'cause it's not really what most would consider a 'workout' and I was under the impression you wanted something more thorough. But if you want something you can break through the lack of motivation by enjoying what you're doing, that'll definitely do the trick - just don't get complacent.
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1657075
Sorry guys, but I think that I'm dropping out... I'm starting to not feel so well again.

Take care, and see you later.
>> No. 1657076
>>1657072

What if he was just a sexual deviant? ID this and superego that. hearing about anal and oral personalities freaked me out a bit. But I guess pleasure is pleasure.
>> No. 1657077
>>1657075
Take care buddy
>> No. 1657080
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>>1657073

It completely slipped my mind. >_<

I know playing drums isn't gonna replace an actual gym, but it's still a good way to burn carlories.

>>1657075

Take care.
>> No. 1657085
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>>1657072
Freud was a narrow-minded trailblazer.
Maybe narrow-minded isn't the right term, I'd say.. tunnel-visioned? His concepts set a strong foundation for psychoanalysis as a whole, but his obsession with sexuality was a major drawback and invalidated a lot of his ideas. It's funny how he's become a bit of a laughing stock because of it, even though a lot of his theories are sound (if not primitive) and have proved to be quite significant after being expanded on by, blasphemous as it may be to say, better minds.

I've also always had a fondness for his notion of the Id, ego, and superego - even if it's basically the least supported of his theories.

Then again, one could say much of the same for Jung and I'm quite a supporter of his work.

>>1657080
Sometimes even an inefficient workout proves to be the most efficient simply due to one's ability to stick to it on the long term.

Last edited at Thu, Nov 20th, 2014 14:40

>> No. 1657090
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>>1657085

That's true. Drums are fucking fun, while a planned-out workout probably wouldn't be for me.
>> No. 1657095
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>>1657090
So long as you don't fall into the traps of a 'fun' workout, such as the aforementioned complacency thus falling into habits of comfort and not actually pushing yourself, it should prove pretty effective.
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>>1657095

Exactly.
>> No. 1657099
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>>1657070
And you can share your workout with others through the power of music! :D

>>1657075
Oh, um...Do take care now! See you another time.

>>1657076
A lot of people think that, unfortunately. He is/was pretty heavily slandered on many different fronts, but the truth is that his findings weren't all bad. Hm...I can't seem to word it properly, but I do feel empathy for him on many different levels.

>>1657085
Ooooh yeah. Also also, do you change your filenames often? I've been noticing that some of them are...different.

Doesn't mean you can't still like them as concepts/notions :P
Heck, I still like to think of Pluto as a planet, even if it doesn't quite fill the proper criteria of a planet.
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>>1657099

Ye.
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>>1657099
>A lot of people think that, unfortunately. He is/was pretty heavily slandered on many different fronts, but the truth is that his findings weren't all bad. Hm...I can't seem to word it properly, but I do feel empathy for him on many different levels.
I share this outlook. Freud simply made himself an easy target with his emphasis on sexuality, and people felt the need to ridicule that partially because.. well, some of his notions were downright silly, and because they feared the possibility it was true. It's Darwin's evolutionary endeavors all over again. Freud wasn't really the failure people make him out to be, I mean Freudian psychology does seem to have some kinks due to a little too much loyalty to his views, the foundation he set out for others to expand upon isn't much less significant what the others were doing at the time. Most of Jung's theories weren't fully realized until expanded upon by other researchers either, it's nobody's fault that their ideas can sometimes outlive themselves.

Still, it is funny looking back at how many times the answers have been staring Freud in the face and he couldn't acknowledge them because he was purposely looking for that sexual influence that drives his research.

When I had to reformat my computer, I lost all my files and so I transferred over a smaller collection I had on my laptop with older, outdated filenames. That's why they're different.
>> No. 1657114
>>1657106

I know right? Nigaa musta been a freak. But at the same time it seems like most people identify with his views the most. Most people who believe in his ideas often don't know all that much about psychology. I guess you could call them casuals. Freud was only really a joke amongst people of expertise. I also always found things like castration anxiety and Oedipus complex to be a little farfetched.
>> No. 1657123
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>>1657103
*pat pat*

>>1657106
Especially sexuality in children. That gave him some unneeded extra flak from basically everyone. I do agree here, definitely so.

Perhaps that's where he had the bridge the gap with bizarre ideas, heh. Seems wholly unscientific to do so, but this isn't the first, and most certainly won't be the last, of such conduct.

Oooooh...I should have remembered that, my bad.
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>>1657123
Well, we can chalk that one up to public ignorance. He wasn't suggesting children explore sexuality but rather that they go through stages that if handled poorly can lead to sexual kinks later on. I never put much thought into it either, though - I prefer Erikson's take on child development personally.

>>1657114
I don't think he had to be a deviant to believe this, people are very sexual by nature and it's not that hard to understand how someone could latch on to the perspective that we are purely driven by our sexual desires in some way.
>> No. 1657133
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1657133
>mia faccia quando this dip
>> No. 1657137
>>1657130

I don't think we are purely driven by sex as children. But I think that most of what we do has to do with social status. Peoples opinions shape us rather we like it too or not.

what do you think?

>>1657133

this one?>>1657000
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>>1657130
Erikson was on a pretty good track, yeah! I wasn't too convinced on the theory behind what happens when somebody doesn't pass a milestone, but that's just me. Gosh, it's been so long since I've thought about child psychology... I believe I strongly attached to Piaget's theories. I was really into cognition and mental processes and such ^^
In search of that perfect system and all.

>>1657133
What are you dipping in it? :o
>> No. 1657140
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>>1657137
Yeeeeeeeessssssss

>>1657138
Just chips right now.
Sweet God it's so good though. I will never look at salsa the same way again. I know the secrets.
>> No. 1657142
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>>1657140
The secrets, you say? I would like to know these secretly secrets!
>> No. 1657144
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>>1657142
Pff. You'd probably think they were gross, knowing your diet.
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>>1657137
Correct me if I'm being ignorant because I'm a bit cloudy on the psych staples lately (since shifting my attention to the MBTI I've kind of put everything else on the backburner and need to revisit) but I think Freud's theory regarding children was in how these stages can manifest into sexual drives, but not that they are fueled by them in the beginning. I could be wrong, however.

>>1657138
See above, I'm a bit too rusty to pretend I know what I'm talking about as well as I used to, but Erikson's take on how those milestones effect behavior seemed pretty sound to me. Mostly due to how I've observed these taking place in others and even myself though, from an abstract perspective they come across as a bit of a stretch.

That's something I've always wanted to get into more, but could never quite.. retain what I'm reading. Though I've always been more interested in behavioral concepts and personality theory as a whole.

Piaget rings a bell, but I can't seem to think of what he's done - care to refresh my memory?
>> No. 1657150
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>> No. 1657151
>>1657146

So our pleasures as infants and toddlers manifest into our sexual desires? But is this manifestation exclusively subconscious? Could we rationalize our personalities based on our current sexual preferences? Would someone that prefers oral sex in fact be a oral personality?

>>1657140

I hope you enjoy
>> No. 1657153
>>1657150

hey esh
>> No. 1657154
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>>1657151
As I understood it, the idea was that during our stages of development we'd go through stages of fixation - so a child putting everything in it's mouth is in it's oral stage, and that if the stage were not to go appropriately (I think there were other aspects to his theory that involved elements reminiscent of Erikson's take, but I'm going purely off memory here and could be wrong) then that individual would be more likely to develop an oral fixation as an adult.

That's.. about all I know on it, I never put much thought into his take on that. Always thought it a bit silly.

>>1657150
Yo.
>> No. 1657156
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>>1657153
>>1657154
ohidere guise
>> No. 1657157
>>1657156

whatsupesh?

>>1657154

Not his take. But your take on human psychology.
>> No. 1657158
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1657158
My eardrum has been making a really weird kind of pulsing twitching feeling ever since my nap and it's really annoying me. It's like when you get that pulse in your eyebrow or something, but.. it's deep in my ear.

>>1657157
It's tough to say, I don't subscribe fully to one belief system as I think they all kind of intertwine in a way. What kind of answer are you looking for exactly?

>>1657156
'sup
>> No. 1657159
>>1657158

Your own personal interpretation. Without looking at someone elses work, how would you say people work, and what influences cognitive development?
>> No. 1657160
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>>1657144
I'm almost 100% positive that they'll be absolutely disgusting to me, but I ask more for the benefit of others that may want to know in the future! I'm quite content with my diet as is, heh.

>>1657146
Pssh, I've had to refresh myself thus far. It's been a good long while since I knew any of this stuff, and I'll fully admit that I forgot a pretty hefty chunk of it, but that doesn't really make it any less interesting or relevant. I do agree with how they describe behavior, but it's just that the abnormal psych explanations I found to be lacking of conceptual integrity. Though I'm a bit of a stickler with abnormal psych because I find it the most interesting and close to home, so maybe I'm just being a little too judgemental with this. Perhaps sometime in the future they'll come up with a more succinct and comprehensive way of describing behavior in humans. That might take some considerable collaboration across fields though, so naturally it should take a longer time for it to happen.

Do you think that's because it wasn't too interesting to you? Or because the interest:density ratio was too low for your liking? Those theories are also fascinating! You really can't go wrong with finding a topic in psych that's interesting~

I believe he was the guy who researched cognition and how it developed in humans. He thought of it as four distinct stages that were marked by certain accomplishments and attunements. It starts with the sensorimotor stage, where the child learns reflexes, thumb sucking, objects in their surroundings, etc.. The second stage is the Preoperational stage, which starts when speech is acquired to roughly when they can think reasonably with logic. The third stage is the concrete operational stage, which is when they learn more about logic and become less egocentric pricks. And the final stage is the formal operational stage, where they learn abstract reasoning and how logic can factor in and such. I'm summing up lot and lots of information here, of course, but these are the main points I got from this aspect of his cognition theories.

>>1657150
Esh! Soup?
>> No. 1657163
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>>1657157
>>1657158
just watching some Kamen Rider before bedtimes.

>>1657160
No tanks I am good.
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>>1657163
I didn't offer you tanks, I offered you soup ;_;
But, um..good!
>> No. 1657168
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>>1657159
So, you're asking where I stand on the nature/nurture debate, basically? I feel both play a role, but I'm of the belief that nurture is the most significant contributor. I think everyone is wired a bit differently, we have our own kind of innate strengths or a personal way we 'process' the world around us but our upbringing determines how well we utilize those predispositions and that shifting too significantly from your strengths can be one of the biggest contributors to neuroticism. But as someone who sees the world through the lens of the MBTI, that should come as no surprise. Why?

What's your take?

>>1657160
I've always had a weakness for memorizing terminology, names, and other matters like that. I'm more interested in concepts as a whole and prefer the abstract angle to psychology - the one where I can ponder possibilities instead of working in hard-fact. I know it's strange, because most people prefer things to be precise and exact but it's the fact that one situation could be caused by a variety of variables intrigues me more than anything. So the neuroscience approach never quite appealed to me because it required a lot of jargon and remembering terminology I'm prone to forgetting. It actually fascinates me, it's just a significant undertaking for me - and my interest has shifted elsewhere, making it even harder to work on that weakness when there are more interesting things for me to read into.

I'll have to familiarize myself with his work, that doesn't sound familiar to me so I'm thinking he was just one of those big names I've heard referenced in passing but never quite got the chance to look into myself. I'm intrigued though.

>>1657163
Sounds delightful.
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>>1657165
Yeeey

>>1657168
It is. I had a friend over, so today wasn't as turbulent as oters, even if I had to deal with that whole "don't actually have my degree after all" deal. But at least steps are taken to fix it.
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>>1657168
>I'm more interested in concepts as a whole
So much this!
Hey, as long as nobody is harshly criticizing you you're free to do whatever works best! Following your interests definitely falls under that. If it was your job, however, some problems might arise, naturally.

I'd personally say he's worth looking into, but I'm totally biased so take that as you may!

>>1657169
*pat pat*
>> No. 1657171
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Is it appropriate to put a kawaii mushroom in the final slide of a presentation about fungi for a scientific conference?
>> No. 1657172
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>>1657170
Aaawe, thanks.

>>1657171
It oughta be.
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>>1657170
True enough, it makes discussing it difficult though because I always seem to forget the key researchers I'm referencing when knowing them would be most handy. Something I have to work on, but fortunately I don't plan on actually studying this so it doesn't matter much.

>>1657171
Not sure, ask the resident Fungi if he shows up.

>>1657169
Well that's good. What'd you guys do?
>> No. 1657174
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>>1657173
Mostly just hung out, really. Watched clips and vids and talked geek talk about cartoons and games. Watched the newest AMV Hell.

Wat u been doin?
>> No. 1657175
>>1657172
Cool

>>1657173
Does he still show up?
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>>1657171
Absolutely...not! But don't let that stop you! Gotta stick it to the man sometimes and all. Show 'em the what-for.

>>1657172
No probs, broselina

>>1657173
It'd be a nice touch, but I still put much more value into the concepts themselves than the people who thought them up...even if knowing would be handy at times, heh.
>> No. 1657178
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>>1657176
Too late. I'm not changing it now.
>> No. 1657179
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>>1657174
That sounds like a lot of fun.
I didn't do much, had an unfortunate morning then took a nap and now I've just been hanging out here since I woke up 'cause I've pretty much given up on being productive today.

It's relaxing, though.

>>1657175
Sporadically, but yeah he's still around.

>>1657176
Absolutely agreed, but it's necessary when dealing with skeptics or the ignorant - or if you just want to point someone in the right direction so they can check their own facts.
>> No. 1657180
>>1657163

I don't know what that is

>>1657168

I would stand on the nuture side, but I feel include to side with nature because of similarities with my father. However our similarities could side with the fact that my dad has a similar parenting style to his dad. That parenting style being made clear by my mother as she tearfully insisted "He's an asshole who doesn't know how to parent, that's how his father treated him"


So we could be similar because he fathers the way his father fathered, but that would mean I'd father the same way my father did, which is terrifying.

>>1657171

Of course!
>> No. 1657181
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>>1657175
The world could stand a little more fun anyway

>>1657176
>Broselina
Das a confusing thing to call peeples

>>1657179
Relaxing is good, at least.
>> No. 1657182
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>>1657178
You are a god among mortals.
*bows in reverence*

>>1657179
It's also necessary to cite specific sources when asserting any type of argument or theory and sometimes even opinions that you share with others. It becomes obnoxious if played by those rules. There must be some middle-ground for conversation that doesn't involve mostly citations, but doesn't skip out on important topics...hmm... Oh, sorry, got carried away!..

>>1657181
How about Broselius? Or Brobamadon? Or Broses?
>> No. 1657183
>>1657179
Cool. I haven't seen him for... a year? 1.5 year?

>>1657180
Yus

>>1657181
Especially this whole grumpy academic community.
>> No. 1657184
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>>1657182
>> No. 1657187
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*poof*

>>1657182

The middle ground is just having those things available if asked for a citation.
>> No. 1657188
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1657188
Oh right, new Periphery song. Wish I could say I liked it. Oh well.

>>1657180
I think we can inherit habits and traits from our parents, but it's not like we're doomed to repeat those actions. It's something I've always thought could be worked on and improved.

>>1657182
Also true.
So are you familiar with the Myers-Briggs type indicator at all then?

>>1657183
He was here just yesterday, maybe even this morning!

>>1657181
It's okay, yeah.
>> No. 1657190
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>>1657182
They're all weeeiiiird

>>1657183
Very much so. Scribble dicks on the shrooms

>>1657188
I really wanted to edit at least a little during this week, but I will only have a chance tomorrow and sunday myself. And I've ALREADY run into a problem, so that's nice.
>> No. 1657191
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>>1657190
Sir, you are speaking my language.
>> No. 1657192
>>1657188

You really think so? I know saying i'm like my dad isn't an excuse for the way I act. But can we really change who we are?

>>1657183

what's up?
>> No. 1657193
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>>1657192
It's midninght and I am finally done with my work for today.
A bit scared of the two upcoming conferences. Otherwise, fine.
>> No. 1657194
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>>1657184
Herrlich!

>>1657187
I was having thoughts, Brosemite Sam

>>1657188
I'd ask ore about them, but they...
*sunglasses*
...seem to only be in my peripherals.
YEAAAAAAAAAterrible joke, i knowAAAAAAAAAHHH!

But of course! I mean..not as much as you, most likely, but I definitely know about it!

>>1657190
Of course you'd say that, Breezus (or Young/Lil' Breezy, if you prefer)
>> No. 1657195
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>>1657191
Dicks errwhere

>>1657194
Now where the heck did that come from
>> No. 1657196
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>>1657192
Change? Likely not.
We can improve or mature, however. Anyone has the capacity to manage their faults with effort, you should never seek to completely turn yourself into a different type of person because that likely won't work out and would actually make things worse but we can definitely manage our negative traits.

>>1657190
Well I suppose that sucks.

>>1657194
I should smack you for that one.
They're pretty cool, kind of over-hyped but they write some seriously phenomenal stuff.

What's your take on it then?
>> No. 1657197
>>1657195

Don't be a freak
>> No. 1657198
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>>1657194

Sure, but this is just a way to quickly cut through that matter, heh. You can make claims all you want, without citations or anything like that, as long as you can then back them up if actually asked for that. That looks like exactly like the middle ground you wanted to me!
>> No. 1657199
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>>1657196
It does.
Basically, it's a top ten video of cartoon intros. So I downloaded seasons of each cartoon I talked about... and one of them does not have the intro attached to any of the episodes, and the only version on YOutube is choppy and low quality. oops.
>> No. 1657200
>>1657193

what do you do now adays?

>>1657196

I guess I don't really know who I am
>> No. 1657201
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>>1657198
I also find it effective to drop a name when referring to an individual's theory if you know them off-hand. For instance, when referring to the Collective Unconscious I find it more effective to say 'Jung's theory of the collective unconscious' because people have a reference to work with if they wish to look further.

But I do agree, it's good to be able to quickly pull something up if necessary.
>> No. 1657202
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>>1657199
I thought you already made that?

>>1657200
Do any of us truly?
It's not really something you discover, it's kind of something you build. Mostly. You can discover your strengths, but not who you are.
>> No. 1657203
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>>1657200
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>>1657195
It came from the deep unBrown! (It's like unknown, but you know it can chug at least three pints before passing out)

>>1657196
I should get smacked for that one! I wouldn't disagree with your actions, hehe.
Over-hyped and they write great music? I am unsure of how to feel about this!

I think it's a step in the right direction, but I don't personally think it's a perfect description of people (but I'm also not sure that is even possible, so...yeah). It's pretty good though! A lot of people fit into fitting categories, and that's as good as I can hope for with such a system that intends to analyze everybody in one little table. I have some respect for it.

>>1657198
k
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>>1657202
I recorded it and found a way to make the image look great. Gotta edit it all togehter.

>>1657205
Raaarrr.
"The eep unbrown" just sounds like a really weird euphenism for a butthole.
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>>1657201

It may be effective or it may not. It depends. After a certain point of citation density you can "lose the audience", as it were, heh. Besides, anyone can namedrop, even if they have not a single clue what they're talking about. Feast your ears on this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C0c5yClip4o seriously, watch at least a bit of it, it's truly astounding

And so, best to keep citations to the minimum, but be able to expand on a thought if asked, I feel.
>> No. 1657209
>>1657202

So wouldn't that mean who we are is soley based on peeps interpretations of us?

>>1657203

what kind of science?
>> No. 1657210
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>>1657206
I know, right? I was going go somewhere with it, but eh. Should hop off soon anyway. No time for multi-layered jokes!
>> No. 1657211
>>1657209
Bioprocess stuffs.
>> No. 1657213
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>>1657205
It's a weird combination, but I can count the Periphery songs I enjoy on one hand so I find it hard to justify the obsession people have over them. Those few songs, however, are in a class of their own. It's one of those classic examples of how being experimental and unique can be a trade-off, resulting in phenomenal second-to-none compositions but the majority of one's selection being a bit too difficult to get into. Over ambitious, even.

I don't mean to sound disrespectful when I ask this, but is your understanding of the MBTI based on the pop-science portrayal of it basically being 'astrology for psychology' and being nothing more than 'each four letter combination has a set of attributes and behaviors associated to it' or have you dived deeper into how it's rooted in Jung's take on 'cognitive functions' (metaphorically, not actually referencing neuroscience particularly) and how one's type doesn't so much dictate behavior but rather the way one looks at the world and processes information?

If the former, then I understand where you're coming from. It's hard to take seriously when that's all you see, it's why it took me so long to actually stop shrugging it off - but if the latter, I'm curious to hear where your reservations lie regarding it.

>>1657207
I agree, the biggest concern is cluttering a conversation and making it sound too formal. I don't particularly mind when a discussion takes that route, but most would and so it's best to avoid. Fortunately the number of researchers I can usually attach to their work by name and memory is low enough where that limits the density on it's own.. heh.

Self-stabilizing Ignorance!

What on earth is she even talking about?

>>1657209
That's one window, but.. I wouldn't say exclusively.

>>1657206
Oh, okay then.
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>>1657210
>>1657213
And on that note, I must bed. Still getting used to having to get up early again.
>> No. 1657215
>>1657213

Ironically it's something my dad taught me

>>1657211

college stuffs?
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>>1657215
Ah, I see.

>>1657214
'kay. Cheers.
>> No. 1657217
>>1657215
I finished my education 2.5 years ago. Now I am a university employee and am doing a phd.
>> No. 1657218
>>1657216

I've gotten into a few arguments about it. People insisting that you aren't what people say you are. But if loads of people are telling what it's what you are than it's probably what you are. But I guess it can seem bad because that would lead my people to have low self esteem.

I like you pal
>> No. 1657219
>>1657217

Your life's on track. Good job.
>> No. 1657220
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>>1657219
Haha I wish
>> No. 1657222
>>1657220

sure seems like it to me
>> No. 1657223
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>>1657218
I think the fundamental issue is that.. no one can really say they're entirely sure of who someone is, not even ourselves. We're prone to bias regardless of whether it's self-reflection or criticism over another individual. Only the individual themselves truly has the power to see the truth, but that's if they're willing and capable of being brutally honest with themselves and can weigh what's being said with what they know of themselves.

This is hard to do, because we almost always think we're being fair when we're not. We don't recognize our own blindspots. And even if we could hypothetically reach this unbiased perfect collaboration of what others see in us and what we see in ourselves, there will still be missing pieces - always.
>> No. 1657225
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>>1657213

Ah, still on the ol' MBTI? You know preeeeeeetty well what my opinion of it is so I think I'll just leave you to have fun there, I suppose.

What she's talking about is, well... What wonders can be achieved if you think that adding a small thing works the same as multiplying by a small thing, and if you assume that speed of light is light is energy and if you think that science works basically by applying the principles of interior decoration to names and concepts. Rearrange into something that looks nicely, throw out what you don't like, make some things into artistic shapes and boom, suddenly you have a lecture you can give to homeopaths. Heavy on namedropping. VERY light on thought, hah. There's a quotable tidbit every other 30s.
>> No. 1657226
>>1657223

That just makes me feel like on one has identity
>> No. 1657228
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>>1657213
They can't all be winners, eh? I don't know many experimental bands that I like though, so feeling your feels is admittedly a little difficult right now.

Hah, no hard feelings. Just know, for the future, that the general rule with me and pop is that we don't mix together very well on anything. All that I know I have researched (or tried to, at least) on the most basic levels to attain at least a loose understanding. I like to know what I'm talking about before I actually talk about it, heh.
That being said, I don't know a lot about MBTI, other than where I am usually placed and that it isn't really a gauge of anything other than worldly perspective and...potentially an indicator of other things, but that's not actually a part of the 'pure' MBTI, I don't think.

>>1657214
Hopefully things are going well for ya ^^
Night!
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>>1657225
As I've said before, it's a major interest of mine. Perhaps one day you'll see what I see in it, or at least understand why - perhaps the role of observer will be illuminating in it's own right. Or not, who knows. Doesn't matter in the end. But it's bound to come up from time to time.

Yeah, that's kind of the impression I got. It seemed rather contrived, like something I'd expect coming out of a fifteen year old.. not a.. whatever year old she is.

>>1657226
Maybe no one has an understanding of it, but I'd say we still have identity.
>> No. 1657236
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>>1657228
That's fair. Can I ask where you stand on the scale, at least? I'll spare us the discussion on the matter since you mentioned earlier you're leaving soon but I'm curious as to your type at the least.
>> No. 1657238
I'm gonna get going, laters!
>> No. 1657241
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>>1657236
As of a year ago, it was still around INT(J/P). I've never strayed away from those two, heh. Not that I know of, anyway. May I ask yours? (I'll read it once I come back from the thing, as I am also interested on your placement)
Cya!

>>1657238
What a coincidence, so am I!
*tacklehugs out of thread*
>> No. 1657244
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>>1657241
Okay, I wasn't going to dig too deeply but I'm curious because the differences between INTJ and INTP are pretty significant on a functional level (though being of the Rational temperament, they do have a lot of obvious similarities) - would you like to discuss this in more detail sometime? Privately preferably.

I'm an INTP myself, albeit a relatively atypical one.. heh.

Anyway, take care of yourself.

>>1657238
Cheerio Snow.
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>> No. 1657249
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>>1657246
His legs look strange.
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>>1657249

I often wonder how they're able to sustain his weight.
>> No. 1657253
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>>1657251
Not to mention how an animatronic can move so gracefully without stumbling at all, despite the quick pace.
>> No. 1657255
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>>1657253

Or the fact how such an animatronic is walking like that at all. Usually they're just mounted to stage they perform on.
>> No. 1657257
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>>1657255
And you folks like this game why, exactly?
>> No. 1657259
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>>1657233

It has too many problems. Like, an entire laundry list, which encompases its genesis, history, theory, practice and results produced. We can go over that list sometime and maybe you can put forth things that would make me cross items off it - I like to think of myself as fair in that I WOULD stop using even the most delightful argument if it's shown to be bad. For example, I'm sure you've heard of the study that has shown experimentally that the most homophobic men are actually that because they're gay and in self-repressive denial. I've cited it a few times, but now I've stopped. And that is because upon examining it and its methodology closer, it's bollocks. They essentially conflated any reaction to the gay porn shown, including hatred and disgust, with sexual arousal, and just measured the intensity. Hoboy, what a surprise that the most homophobic scored high on that one!And it was just such a delightful thing to use as a piece of science...

What she is is well paid and also respected by people who are first-response healthcare proffessionals to millions. Isn't quackery and science-denialism culture (drapped in scientific trappings for legitimacy though... cargo cult science, if you will) just grand?

Last edited at Thu, Nov 20th, 2014 16:56

>> No. 1657260
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>>1657257

Because it's something different.
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>>1657259

Oh, and by "sometime" I mean "definitely not today", heh. It's 1 AM for me and I have stuff to do tomorrow, can't be getting into anything.
>> No. 1657275
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>>1657259
We've already covered some of those problems, and we're in agreement over some of them. I just don't really believe that it invalidates the observations, but I'm trying not to worry about crusading for it so much because I realize a chunk of my belief in it comes down to faith and personal observation. I trust in the instrument because after years of skepticism, when I took a more thorough look into it I began to notice all the patterns and how accurate and reliable it is. You're probably sick of it because I used this argument in the past, but it really is just a tool and how effective it is depends on the person wielding it. This doesn't mean that it should be left alone, of course not, I spend probably as much time arguing with people for misunderstanding the MBTI and taking it too seriously as you would if it came up as frequently - it desperately needs to be refined and used in a better context, but at the end of the day the patterns of behavior are there and to me they're as clear as can be. It's just, how do you get someone else to see that? It took personal experience and observation to start connecting the dots, and you can't really force someone else to have those same experiences or observe those same things. I mean, hell, that's the primary strategy behind every other social justice warrior - the attempt to get people to just see what you've observed as if flicking a switch, and we all know how well that's working out for them!

It also doesn't help that it's an abstract system in general, creating even more of a disconnect when it comes to showing people it's value.

>>1657260
Well, that's fair enough.

>>1657266
You started it.
Just digest what I've said and we can return to it later. I'd rather discuss this in private sometime, if you'd prefer. Would you mind if we trade Skypes or something?
>> No. 1657280
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>>1657275

You could argue that the fandom surronding it is bizzare and might tarnish the game a little, but the actual game itself is still interesting.
>> No. 1657281
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>>1657280
I have no issue with it, I mean it doesn't look like it's for me and so I won't play it but I've watched a playthrough to get an idea of what it's like and I find it appealing. Plus I like the supposed lore behind the concept as we discussed in the past.

That being said.. you're damn right about the fandom. I have a girl on my Facebook who will not shut up about it, and it's making it hard to keep my indifference from becoming unfair animosity towards a game that doesn't deserve to be held accountable for the annoying behavior of it's fans.
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>>1657281

I have it on my Steam wishlist. I've watched many playthroughs but have yet to play it myself. But that's due to me waiting for the winter sales before buying any more games right now.

Any fandom is like that, really. I mean, look at MLP. X3
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>>1657284
She really seems to take it to the next level, but it's not the first/only thing she's annoyed the shit out of me with so yeah.. hard to really judge a specific fandom in general. I'd be lying if I said it didn't make me lose interest in things, though.
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>>1657286

There's always the loonies.

That's understandable.
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>>1657288
Too true man, too true.
I just hope she never gets that obsessed with anything I actually dig. Heh.
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>>1657290

You know those "Don't Hug Me, I'm Scared" videos? There's a whole fandom mainly surrodning the shipping of humanized versions of the notepad and clock characters.

I really don't understand it.
>> No. 1657299
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>>1657296
I'm actually not sure what you're referring to, can you explain..? Without a link, please - I'm watching a documentary.
>> No. 1657304
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>>1657299

There's a series of short films called "Don't Hug Me, I'm Scared". They're basically parodies of colorful and upbeat children's shows performed with puppets. They start out innocent, but gradually become highly disturbing. They're pretty funny and well-made, actually.

There's two specific charatcers; a talking notepad and a talking clock, who are often depectied in stylized human versions of themselves in fan art and are frequently shipped. There's even people who cosplay as said fan drawings.
>> No. 1657308
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>>1657304
Interesting, I might have to look into that.
Not the fan art, of course.. that sounds a bit bizarre.. heh.
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>>1657308

Yeah, it's really weird. I mean, so are most fandoms; but this one...

It's a freaking notepad and a clock!
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>>1657310
Never underestimate a clock, they're good with their hands.
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>>1657313

Tenouttaten best joke
>> No. 1657316
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>>1657315
I've finally reached my goal!
>> No. 1657318
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>>1657316

You win!
>> No. 1657319
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>>1657275

Here's an interesting bit of psychology - did you know that if you take a random bunch of derps, then pick half of them once again at random and dress them in lab coats (just coats, no hidden calculators or anything), then test both groups for analytical problem solving, the group wearing lab coats will on average do better? This also works when you mess with hair colors - those who are blonde at test time actually do worse. It's almost as if RPG games were right all along and different clothing and accessories DID give you stat bonuses or maluses. Yet making elaborate theories and ponderings about humans having character sheets based on such a (completely true and valid and fascinating) observation would be going much too far. Yet this is essentially what I see MBTI as doing.

>to me they're as clear as can be. It's just, how do you get someone else to see that?

Hahaha, ahhhhh... yeah, I know that feeling. I can tell you how for me.

You need to make it so the case FOR significantly outweights the case AGAINST. This can be done through two main ways:
- Presenting solid arguments FOR, that don't fall down under scrutiny. This adds weight on one side, shifting the balance in the side you desire.
- Puncture arguments against using counterarguments that similarily stand up to scrutiny. This removes weight on the other, also shifting it in the side you desire.

Then you have to give me the opportunity to actually scrutinise these and see if more objections that need addressing pop up. "Review as a peer", as it were.

Basically, the science way. You can get me to believe all sorts of weird things this way, like for example that people walked on the Moon and shit, hah.

Can't get me to agree to something by personal observation. This is just way too fallible, and I include my own ability to observe personally. People have personally observed aliens in UFOs and also shapeshifting lizard people who secretly rule the planet, and experienced their effects. I find that... not terribly valid. Here's what pops into my mind: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_c6HsiixFS8

As for SJWs... oh I could rant and rant and rant about them, but let's just say I do not hold them in high regard. Or low regard, since "low" still doesn't describe it well enough. So best if I avoid this for now, since it's kinda late, as I've mentioned, heh.

>Would you mind if we trade Skypes or something?

Sure. Here's my Skype handle in ROT13: VNVabalzbhf

And a site with a decoder: http://www.decode.org/

A quick, easy and sure way not to have that harvested by bots

Last edited at Thu, Nov 20th, 2014 17:39

>> No. 1657326
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>>1657319
Like it or not, that's what a lot of behavioral psychology boils down to - and when it comes to personality typing, it's even harder to avoid. I'm referring to the use of observation that is.

That's where the reluctance comes from in trying to commit to winning you over, because a large portion of it relies on something we both know cannot be forced onto another person to see. I will, however, be happy to try and dispel any of your misunderstandings so at least if you're still against it by the end, we can both walk away knowing you're basing the view on a more accurate understanding of what the MBTI is.

Anyway, this isn't an attempt at being adversarial but I've meant to ask this before (or maybe have and forgotten) - which personality test would you deem more efficient, then? Are you against them as a whole, or is your objection over the MBTI based at least in part by a belief that there is a more efficient take on personality out there?

You might have to remind me to add you at a later point, I'm not on Skype at the moment and likely won't be for a bit so I may forget. If you see me tomorrow and I haven't added you yet, feel free to give me a poke.

>>1657318
What did I win, though?
>> No. 1657354
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>>1657326

Observation doesn't happen in a vacuum. It happens through lens of prior assumptions and approaches to interpretation, and that CAN be talked about in this manner.

Personality tests aren't really my interest. I only stumbled upon MBTI because of its popularity making it a common feature on the internet. Even in this very thread a few years back people were testing themselves on that one site and talking about their types. I really wish I could find that site, since it actually collated the scores of all users who used it and then provided histograms of these scores (to point where you fall, see), and now that I've done some actual stats what I remember of those histograms would provide EXCELLENT fodder for talking about how based in reality MBTI is, as they're objective and hard facts we could both give our perspectives upon. In fact, they're the very thing that I based my "there's no such thing as whateverthattypewas" comment. Can't find that site though, and all the graphs I could actually find were either behind paywalls, obfuscated in a way that hid the relevant data (for example, by not providing a histogram but rather a geometric figure) or obviously and shamelessly manufactured purely for MBTI promotion by people making money off it. I HAVE found peer-reviewed statements that confirm my observation on what I remember.

I remember that site... with a dark background, and dark-gold text? But this might be entirely a fabrication of a mind that never thought this would be useful information to remember years ago, heh. Ahhhh... I wish I had those histograms.

I don't know if there's better tests out there. I don't think this one is good, but for all I know it's the best out there. I'm not against personality tests, though I don't really see that much solid use for them except in population research which would smoothen out kinks. Think of BMI as an example from another field. Absolutely, horribly awful on individuals. Yet, average BMI is a decent indicator of health in large populations. This is just a very flimsily based position though and I wouldn't argue from it nor would it take much for me to change it.

The bottom line is: not much opinion on "serious" personality tests in general, MBTI is just a thing that happened to slide in my view through general skeptical interest. Actually quite a bit of psychology does that, but it's scattershot.

Last edited at Thu, Nov 20th, 2014 18:09

>> No. 1657375
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>>1657354
Absolutely, but the field changes a bit when you consider that personality type is more a means of understanding the observations rather than saying one type will always behave in a particular way. The latter being an example of the approach I suspect you might view the MBTI as claiming, and.. well frankly I can't exactly refute it because a significant portion of those who subscribe to the theory do actually believe this - but the instrument itself is an attempt to understand why people do what they do. Not to predict what they will do, but to understand the mentality behind why they do it. It's like, real-time literary analysis. It's kind of like that claim people like to make in the latter, that an author's intent doesn't matter so long as the pattern or symbolism in question can be perceived. If it can be made sense of, it is there to some extent. These are not hard-and-fast rules, it's simply an attempt to create a system based off of behavior, and one that has proven particularly insightful and accurate - especially from my personal experience.

Though one could argue that the nature of it being applied after the fact is almost a Doctor Who-esque cop-out, convenience-wise.. heh

It's also worth noting that the whole 'let's all take the test and talk about our types for the next hour!' situation sounds quite cringeworthy. I've spearheaded a few moments like that in the past and it never ends well.. I particularly recall one time where I tried explaining how it works and how to proceed with the information gained, but instead he just started looking up 'ISTP characters' and started spouting things like 'LOL I'M MULDER FROM X-FILES'. Many a Facepalm followed.
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>>1657375

Hmm... This actually reminds me that amongst many issues I have with it is the fact that I see it essentially as a psychic-free cold reading you can do to yourself. You feed it information and then it throws that very information back at you in a way that makes you go "oooooh" on what it gets right (and there will be quite a bit, since you've just fed it things based on your state of mind at the moment) and motivating you to make the vague things it says fit (since it's all nice and fluffy overall, whatever you get - there's no "irredeemable asshole" type, for example), while providing it an out for the things that can't quite be managed to (well, it's not perfect, and besides you can see this score here is not 100% in that direction, and besides...). There has to be solid predictive value, as otherwise what's the point in even making the classification?

And that in turn makes me think... Astrology has it even better when it comes to bringing the personal types of people in the conversation up as part of the actual conversation about it, because there's always the fact that it's just like a capricorn to be doubting things. I'm not a capricorn, but you get the idea and not like it matters anyway, heh

Next post is last post, 2:41 and I'm half-asleep already
>> No. 1657379
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>>1657378
Essentially, until you dig deeper. This was my biggest reservation too, it wasn't until I started looking at it from a musical angle that it all started to click. Noticing how despite appealing similar based on the code, an INFP would compose music radically differently than how an INTP would, and how perfectly the latter meshed with how I composed and how flawlessly these same differences in style applied to individuals I knew the type of. That was when it started to click that it was more 'okay this is who you are' or 'here's a convenient code to explain what you just told me' and that there was something a little more complicated lurking beneath the surface, and that was when I started to look into the 'cognitive functions' fueling the MBTI and differentiating them, then seeing how they apply. Which as I'm sure you're getting tired of me repeating, I cannot stress enough is the fundamental foundation of the MBTI as a whole. It's less seeing how an ESFP differs from an INFJ, but how the cognitive stack associated with the two impacts the way they do things differently. That's the fascinating part to me, how you can observe the influences these functions have on the behavior. Sure, it's just applying labels to things that are already there - but I don't see why that makes the realization any less interesting.

'sides, the examples you're citing are clearly examples of individuals who do not properly understand what they are even referring to. Not saying it's not a problem, absolutely it is. I notice ENTJs are the worst for this, because they're stereotypically the 'bossy' and abrasive types so they always stand behind it with 'well I'm an ENTJ, what did you expect!?' and that's just cowardly hiding behind labels to just re-adapt that 'lol this is who I am haters gonna hate can't change me' mindset that people love to cling to. But it doesn't work like that. Every type is the asshole type and every type isn't, whether one fits into that category depends on how well developed they are. An individual that learns to balance their strengths tends to be healthier and more mature whereas those that don't or over-rely on one or two functions in particular tend to be more abrasive, rude, disrespectful, or any other number of negative traits and behavioral attitudes. That's another part of what I see in the system, because when you can reflect on what it means to be an XXXX you can unlock a crucial tool in helping yourself improve as an individual. But, most people prefer to use it as some excuse behind their behavior - and, well.. we can't really fault the system for the fools who know not how to use it, now can we?

Except astrology takes such a firm stance that it discredits itself. The issue with astrology is how easily refutable it is due to the nature of being based on when you're born. I'm a Taurus, yet I see very little of myself in the typical Taurus explanations - what's my argument for that? Maybe I was secretly born a Gemini or a Pisces, or maybe an Audino? It doesn't fly. I admit it's a cop-out, but at least with the MBTI the angle is less 'well this is the type I got so this is who I must be' but more 'Well I got INFP but I don't actually seem like an INFP, so maybe I'm an ISFP instead' - and in many cases that's what happens, because a personality test can only be so accurate. It needs a bit of introspection and ideally a third party to come to the right answer - which.. is as much a drawback as it is an advantage, in all honesty. I'm no stranger to our personal perception biases, after all.

Would you be willing to try a social experiment?
A week or two long endeavor to see if it helps influence your perspective and understanding on the matter at all?
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>> No. 1657381
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>>1657380
Phew, I was worried nobody would show up. Hello, take a seat! Help yourself to the appetizers, I'm sure the others will be here momentarily and then we will begin dinner. Would you care for some wine? Are you okay with the music? I could put on something more to your liking.
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>>1657379

This argument would apply just as well to this test: http://www.bronyland.com/pony-personality-test/ . And there's "dig deeper", but then there's a simple "buy into", after which point your confirmation bias can just take over. I think this is actually something I'd think that would need discussing, but... 3:12

I'm citing examples of individuals here? Hmm... I think my posts may be even more garbled right now than I thought. Yep, clear sleep time. Really gotta go.

Here's what an astrologer would say: It doesn't work that way, and what you're talking about here is newspaper pop-astrology and not really a valid thing except as maybe a bit of fun. Individual charts made for a specific person are so much more accurate, and we have this here list of "personal experience" anecdotes to prove it. This is not something I'm making up right now as an obvious "I'm talking about astrology but I'm actually secretly talking about MBTI oh look at me being so clever with the pop version reference", this is paraphrasing what I've heard actual astrologers say in interviews. Jessica Adams to bring one up by name. It's quite something, really. They always have an out. Always.

Maybe. As a rule, I try not to be agreeing to any particular thing without details and while in addition half-asleep, though, heh. Ask me some other time, okay?

I'm off...!

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>>1657381

>steals a few appetizers off the tray..
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>>1657381
Wha-
Oh. Um, thank you?

>>1657382
Peace
>> No. 1657392
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>>1657382
Absolutely, and in that way a test like the MBTI cannot separate itself from your typical internet quiz - but I think, skeptic or not, we can grant the MBTI credit for putting a little more work into establishing the theories than a 'which pony/character/dessert are you?' quiz. The similarities are there, but let us note the differences as well. Your general point isn't wrong, though.

I also want to take this moment to emphasize that the MBTI isn't balanced, either. Not every type is as equally divided as it looks, I mean.. hell.. usually telling an introverted type from their extroverted counterpart is pretty easy because they possess fundamental concepts but with different strengths (as a rule of thumb, an introverted type has the exact same functions as their extroverted counterpart - but they are arranged differently in terms of strength) but some examples are more radical, such as the aforementioned ENTJ which I find shockingly different from the INTJ compared to.. say, an INTP vs an ENTP - or an ISTP vs an ESTP. It's not trying to say there's a perfect and symmetrical system behind personality, it's just trying to make as much sense out of structuring it as it possibly can.

Not intentionally maybe, but yeah - what you're referring to is an issue of understanding and an individual's interpretation and level of maturity/development rather than an issue as a whole. That's not to say it's not worth taking note of, it's something I try to correct the understanding of myself, but this is one of those things that the system shouldn't be faulted for but rather the people who take it at face value in some attempt to justify poor behavior.

And I would hear them out, consider the perspective, and use their information to look into it further. I've honestly been curious to look into Astrology more seriously - not because I see it as valid, but because it's all around more comforting to stand against something when you can say you understand it relatively well. This is just the differentiation I see in my head with my current understanding of astrology, but for all I know it could be victim to the very same misunderstanding 'caused by pop-culture's interpretation as the MBTI is so I don't write it off entirely.

Also Carl Jung himself was quite fond of astrology, though that doesn't really shift my opinion in either direction it's just an interesting tidbit of information.

Sure, it's just a suggestion anyway. It's not something I expect you to adhere to 100%, but we can discuss what I have in mind and see what comes of it - would be interesting to say the least. It's just an exercise in developing a better understanding of how the functions work and manifest themselves in type to see if you notice any patterns in person, I'll explain the details behind what I have in mind at a later point.

And no, I wasn't planning on forcing you to take the test or anything if that's what you feared.

Have a good one.

>>1657383
Help yourself, will you be staying with us tonight?

>>1657384
You're welcome! Oh, such manners! They really raised you well, didn't they?

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>> No. 1657394
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>>1657392
I... suppose..
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>>1657394
Oh bother! No need to be shy, you're our guest!
>> No. 1657397
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It's venting time. So mom had an eye doctor appointment today. That said, we went the usual way...

>Main highway
>We go to take the usual u-turn, right outside of a gated community
>when we turn in big sign saying u-turn is closed
>sign appeared after turning in
>we stop at gated community
>security guard
>Mom: What happen to the U-turn? My GPS took me this way (we're from out of town)
>Security Bitch (I'll refer to her as that, she was a forgive my french, an ass): Didn't you read the sign? Don't listen to your GPS
>gave us a warning
>let us in and let us out
>got into the doctor's office
>much later
>googles news reports on road
>u-turn closed late October
>never knew about it because it was only on Lakewood news sites
>not mentioned on the overall news radio NJ 101.5 FM
>no one outside town would know this unless living in Lakewood NJ.

Seriously, I did find another way to mom's doctor, still, this isn't needed. -__- The u-turn is there for a reason, so traffic would flow easily and not disturb the sheltered community. Seriously, don't fix what's not broken. If the u-turn is open, then people wouldn't be bugging this Security bitch. Save entering for only the chosen few.

Lakewood, THIS IS A MAJOR CHANGE! Not everyone outside your town will know about it. Sometimes people out of town have to travel there. NJ 101.5 exists for a REASON, USE IT! /rant

Sheesh and it's a wonder why I don't drive. I had to calm mom down, she gets nervous when traveling to unusual places. There's a reason why she uses a GPS and why it's invented.

Other than that, day was alright, found Christmas ponies while out and ate at my favorite breakfast spot.
>> No. 1657401
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Now that I finished venting... back to usual posting mode.
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>>1657397
>>1657401
That sounds like quite an ordeal
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>>1657404
Tell me about it. I usually listen to NJ 101.5 and use it for general news. So I'm surprised nothing was mentioned. Thankfully I found a back way into her doctor, so it can be avoided.

NJ sucks for driving, no seriously we had to stop by mom's store, on the way out, a car bumped into another car, the car drove away.... this was in the parking lot too. O.O
>> No. 1657409
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>>1657392


Whatchaoo planning to do with my guy?
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>>1657407
Sorry to hear, glad the rest of your day was alright though.
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>>1657410
Indeed it was. Mom went to Target after her appointment, so I got to look at games and ponies, and mom did some Christmas shopping. So not too bad aside from news from the doctor and that hiccup.

That bumping, mom and I just laugh, she knows the town too well from working there.

>>1657409
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>>1657416
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>>1657409
Well, if you must know I was going to have him look over some posts of individuals typing fictional characters and/or people in general (the key factor here being individuals he'd know of) to familiarize himself with how the functions are supposed to manifest and contribute to an individual's behavior, then see if reading a few of those a day helps him notice similar patterns in the people around him or at the very least get a better understanding of the mechanics behind the concept.

Nothing too strenuous or tedious.

>>1657416
Heh, fair enough then.
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>>1657417
>> No. 1657424
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>>1657420
Mmhmm, so how's Akhe doing tonight?
>> No. 1657426
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>Lying on bed listening stuff
>hands behind pillow
>accidentally touch own hand with other hand
>other hand doesn't recognize it's touching
>felt like a random hand touching
>get spooked
>by own hand
Brain, what are you even being paid for?
>> No. 1657427
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>>1657420

That actually sounds interesting..

>>1657421

Hugs for Snowy!

Gotta run to work tho..

>huuuuuugs again..

>>1657420

>huuuuuugs an Ahkekins too!
>> No. 1657431
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>>1657426

I hate when that happens..


>rusn fof to work!
>> No. 1657433
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>>1657426
Ouch. One night, this was back when I was a kid, I slept on my arm a certain way, the whole thing was asleep. I couldn't move it. O_o

>>1657427
*hugs*
Bai bai!
>> No. 1657434
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>>1657424
I'm okay, trying to debate if I'd rather read or watch this documentary.

>>1657426
This made me laugh too hard.

>>1657427
It's the only thing I can think of that could potentially bridge the gap and allow one to observe the patterns with minimum effort and understanding, since you can't just ask a skeptic to research something for months on end and then ask them what they think - y'know? This could probably show results in about a week's time, however. I'm not expecting to convince him, but at least he'll walk away with a better understanding of it than he started with.

Take care of yourself Anoni.
>> No. 1657435
>>1657431
See y'all noni.
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>>1657434
Alright, hope you pick one. Is it an interesting documentary?
>> No. 1657439
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>>1657438
Oh yes. It aired in a three part series and I caught the last part today, I was so intrigued by it that I downloaded the first two episodes and plan on watching those as well.
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>>1657431
baioo

>>1657433
Yeah, thats usually a real "wtf" moment.

>>1657434
Is noot fuunnyyy..!
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>>1657439
Alright, if you found it interesting and don't plan to read, hope you enjoy the first two parts.

>>1657440
Tell me about it. My arm felt dead, I still remember it.
>> No. 1657444
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>>1657440
It's adorable you fool.

>>1657441
Yes, the documentary seems the ideal fit, doesn't it?
Oh who am I kidding.. I took a two hour nap today, I could probably get away with staying up later so I can squeeze in both episodes and a few chapters of my book.
>> No. 1657445
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>>1657441
That's happened to me quite a few times. Once I just got up to a sitting position and my hand just kinda flopped with <.>
>> No. 1657446
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>>1657444
But it was just extremely derpy..!
>> No. 1657447
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>>1657444
It does, especially if you saw part 3.
Now there's a plan. Can't remember the last time I tried to do two things like that. Sometimes I'll fall asleep watching something.

>>1657445
Yikes, it only happened to my whole arm once. happens occasionally with my leg (depending how I sit) and hand.
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>>1657447
Indeed, one may think knowing the destination would ruin the experience but.. I never believed in that mentality myself.

>>1657446
And we all love derpy.
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>>1657447
It happens if I literally have slept on top of the thing!

>>1657449
But people need to love me! ;~;
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>>1657449
Happened with me from time to time. I've actually seen the ending to some games I played before I ever played them.

>>1657450
Not a good feeling. D:




Anyway, must be off for the night, I need to get to bed early for tomorrow. Good night guys.
>> No. 1657453
>>1657452
G'night snows. Sleep well
>> No. 1657455
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>>1657450
One and the same!

>>1657452
Sleep well mate.

>>1657453
He returns!
Coaxed out by the dessert, I reckon.
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>>1657455
Huh? Oh. Yes. Spaced out there a moment.
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>>1657452
nainai

>>1657455
It would be if it were true!
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>>1657458
Not the nicest table manners, I must say.

>>1657460
Like your face. It's untrue. Would be. If. Yes.
>> No. 1657465
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1657465
>>1657463
'Tis a problem in any situation.
>> No. 1657466
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>>1657463
H-.. Now I'm totally lost.
>> No. 1657467
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1657467
>>1657466
Have you run into the Others yet?

>>1657465
You really should work on that mate.
>> No. 1657469
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>>1657467
In time. In time.
>> No. 1657472
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>>1657467
Naaw, I'd be the one who died in the plane!
>> No. 1657474
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1657474
>>1657472
Wow, how self-important can you get?

>>1657469
Are you taking steps towards that goal because it'd be nice if you didn't ruin the next dinner party.
>> No. 1657475
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>>1657474
It's a work in progress that'll be complete in due time. Can't rush these things, you know.
>> No. 1657479
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1657479
>>1657474
I don't think I've yet to learn that word.
>> No. 1657489
File 141654242176.png - (839.53KB , 800x1147 , blushies.png )
1657489
Guess I accidentally the thread.
>> No. 1657491
>>1657489
A group effort, possibly
>> No. 1657492
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1657492
>>1657491
>>1657489
I got distracted
>> No. 1657498
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>>1657491
Mayhaps yis.

>>1657492
It's alright, I know I'm as compelling as a wet glove!
>> No. 1657499
File 141654277839.png - (279.31KB , 1280x1629 , Its just entertainment folks!.png )
1657499
>>1657498
I fell into a musical discussion, you can't fault yourself for that.
>> No. 1657506
File 141654317318.png - (279.37KB , 1024x919 , so you mean that.png )
1657506
>>1657499
Ah, righto.
>> No. 1657507
File 141654318121.png - (49.80KB , 218x181 , wuht.png )
1657507
Wait.. so Serperior is legally obtainable in ORAS..?
Looks like I might try putting together a competitive team after all.
>> No. 1657508
File 141654324480.jpg - (8.38KB , 197x248 , 1298759734007.jpg )
1657508
One last over dramatic post to end all my bullshit...

I'm sick of feeling sorry for being sorry all the time, so this will be the last time I say it. I have several issues that need to be addressed and I want to get them solved before the new year. I feel that I've been acting immature and bringing unnecessary mood killing conversations as of late for petty problems that really don't deserve the attention. I've been selfish and apathetic in my goal to focus more on my needs so I could better myself, but now it's done the exact opposite. I've treated people like shit recently and have only been looking out for myself. I've avoided conflicts and haven't put much energy into helping those that needed it to accomplish my little 'goal' for this year. Now that the year is coming to an end, I can say it's done nothing but make me feel like a fucking ass. This is not to say I never cared about those here, I just could, and should, of done better to help people. Everyone is going through something that is serious whether it be depression or what have you. My issues are just common life issues, work, school, small amounts of stress, and I've done nothing but bitch about them for the past few months while there are others who deserved the attention and care of the loving people here. That needs to stop. I have no reasons to bitch about common things everyone goes through, it's pointless and annoying. I will stop this.

I've let some past issues come back and take control of how I act. I tend to get possessive and defensive over things due to how my personal belongings were treated in the past. This makes me look insecure and idiotic. I apologize to anyone I've treated like shit because of this. It is not my intent to be controlling, especially over other people, I just fear loss. I need to get rid of this behavior before it digs me into an anti-social grave. It won't be easy, but I know I can get over these feelings. I don't want to damage any relationship I have by acting this way, it's not right, it's not healthy, and it does nothing but push people away. So again, I apologize for this behavior.

My art had also kicked off faster than I expected. I was getting hundreds of new followers and getting connections with great and well known artists at such a fast rate. This all might of gone to my head and caused me to act arrogant. This is a huge reason why I feel a lot of people might be upset with me, despite what I'm told. It doesn't help that it's porn of cartoon horses and anthro animals, which might of made people think of me as trash in the first place. I don't want any kind of fame, no matter how small, to get in the way of old friendships. I'm no better than anyone else and should never feel like I am. I'm sorry if I let this go to my head and treat everyone as a lesser. I thought I could handle it better.

I tend to over-think things along with jump the gun on issues. Y'all might say I'm doing it again, but the point is to get it out there so I can finally stop it. I've done this too much and has probably made everyone shake their heads "guh...Stuffles, again with this shit?" I have no reason for over thinking anything. I just think of every scenario and stick the worst possible one and let it eat away at my mind. This may be because I don't confront things head on all the time and let it fester until it turns into an infection. I want to fix this, but since it happens without me noticing til it's too late it might be near impossible. It's just a negative side of being me. I'm sorry y'all have had to put up with that, I wish I could stop.

Overall, I just want to apologize for my recent actions and behavior. This is not who I want to be. I want to make people happy and show them that I care about them, not scare them away by amplifying my flaws. So I'm done with it all. I will work on all my personality flaws to at least control them better. I wont complain about pathetic life issues like school and work anymore 'cause no one cares and only brings pointless mood killing feelings. I wanted make this year the year I better myself as a person, and I've failed. Just means I need to try harder and take a different approach. I'm sorry for the inconveniences I've caused, I'm sorry for the shit I've said or done, I'm sorry for being a dumbass, I'm sorry for always being sorry. It ends now.
>> No. 1657512
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1657512
>>1657507
and Adaptability Dragalge!
Pity that means Dragalge will become more common and not much of a curve-ball on my team now, but it'll also make mine more potent.. damn, okay I'm excited again.

>>1657508
I never thought you were bringing things down, but self-improvement is a generally positive thing so I won't try to talk you out of it. I think you may be over-stating things a bit though.

>>1657506
Yes, so what's up?
>> No. 1657518
File 141654372286.png - (187.10KB , 781x1024 , Dash2.png )
1657518
>>1657508
I agree with: >>1657512
Least with from what I've seen of you and how you've treated me, I've never been treated like crap by you. I've never felt that you've let your rising popularity get to your head (actually I've felt your paranoia/over apologetic-ness has gotten to your head more than anything). But... you've never done anything that annoyed/frustrated me.

Now, working on self improvement is always a good thing. Just know what to improve and what's already good as it is atm.

And... you're not a dumb-ass.
>> No. 1657519
>>1657512
Most likely. It's how I feel like I've been acting lately, so I wanted to address it.
>> No. 1657523
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1657523
>>1657519
How we feel and how we actually are intertwine far less often than we realize, but if this is something you genuinely want to work on then I'm behind you. I just want you to do it because you genuinely want to improve in these areas, not because you think you're some kind of caricature asshole that you're not even remotely resembling.
>> No. 1657526
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1657526
>>1657508
I didn't really see an issue of talking about school or work related problems.. It's not like something bothering you is any less important..

I dunno, maybe I haven't been around to see enough? I don't know..

>>1657512
Just lying in bed and .. Well, that's it really.
>> No. 1657527
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1657527
I will also add that venting about day-to-day life is what most of us here do anyways.
>> No. 1657528
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1657528
>>1657526
Sounds quite swell.
>> No. 1657531
>>1657518
I know, I know. I keep telling myself that, but like I said, I tend to over think things. Getting it out there though helps me fix the problem though, which is why I posted that. I just wanted to be safe.

>>1657523
There are a lot of things about myself I want to improve. The biggest one being my issue with over thinking situations and trust ( which i forgot to mention). I don't feel like I'm an asshole, I just think some of my recent behavior has been poor.

>>1657526
It's all I do though. Wouldnt that get annoying? It's not even different. "shit got several essays to do and work is stealing my weekends" rinse and repeat. If my days were more varied then maybe it wouldnt be such an issue.

>>1657527
I've been feeling like a broken record though, no one likes a broken record.
>> No. 1657533
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1657533
>>1657527
Or at least used to.
Thought that was kinda of the point.

>>1657528
I wish.

>>1657531
Well I mean, if you don't particularly want to talk about said subject then, you can just try to pull other kinds of things out there.
>> No. 1657537
File 141654448063.png - (44.14KB , 235x314 , Wormhole Wizard.png )
1657537
I think I'm going to drop out, my mind is elsewhere and I wanna get to these documentaries. Cheers.
>> No. 1657539
>>1657533
It's just something I noticed I was doing, not that I was doing it on purpose. I'll try and pick different things about my daily life to bring up, no just the complications.
>> No. 1657541
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1657541
>>1657531
Venting helps, even if what you're saying is how you feel but not what you KNOW. Whenever I vent, it's usually how I feel, but not what I know. Most of the times I just vent for support, not for answers. As... at times, there's nothing to fix, there is no answer, etc.
Bottling stuff up is a bigger problem.

Dude, do you know how many times I've said I've been "Alright" in the last year or so? Or how many times I've talked about being down and up throughout 2011? No one has gotten on me for being a broken record. I'm sure that's the same with you.

>>1657537
Take care.

>>1657533
Supposed to be.
>> No. 1657543
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1657543
>>1657537
See ya akhe.

>>1657539
Mmh. We'll that's what I do when once in 3 months something happens.

>>1657541
Mm.
>> No. 1657544
>>1657543
How is?
>> No. 1657547
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1657547
>>1657544
Not fantastic. You?
>> No. 1657549
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1657549
>>1657547
Why so? Sorry to hear though.
Tired, working on a 3D Model, just got back from the Indie Game Meeting.
>> No. 1657557
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1657557
>>1657549
Bunch of different things really.
Progressing well I hope?
>> No. 1657558
>>1657537
seeya

>>1657541
It's mostly how I feel. People have told me I don't do those things, but I still feel like I do. And im tired of saying sorry for problems that probably dont exist, which is why that was the last time I was saying it.

But those were serious, mine were just "woa is me, I dont have to time to do what I want cause I have a job and education" #firstworldproblemstodamax!
I just see it in a different light i guess.

>>1657543
ye...I'll try and do better on that
>> No. 1657562
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>>1657558
Fair enough.
>> No. 1657563
>>1657562
ye..sorry
Doin' alright?
>> No. 1657564
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1657564
>>1657557
Don't wanna say?
So far, so good. Working on the buggy. This thing is gonna be insane... I submitted a suggestion to the main guy and he liked it. The back of it will allow you hang off from the bumper (and a hand rail) to look back and shoot at anyone behind you or around you while it's driving.

>>1657558
I understand man and those feelings DO matter. But, you need to try and work on your self esteem so you don't feel that way. That's a way to go about it.

Apples and oranges. If it's making you down or frustrated, it's 'worthy'.
Understandable.
>> No. 1657567
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>>1657563
No need to be sorry for me silly.
Could be doing more alright.

>>1657564
Oh, I just doubt it'd be too interesting.
Hm, seems neat then. Hopefully it can be implemented well!
>> No. 1657569
>>1657564
Ye..you're right

It doesnt seem like it should though. I mean, it's basic life things. I think I was blowing it out of proportion.

>>1657567
But I must be!!
Things alright?
>> No. 1657570
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>>1657569
Is fine.

I uhh.. though I just answered that.
>> No. 1657572
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1657572
>>1657567
Say if you want.
Mhm!

>>1657569
^_^

I'll ask this, do you feel this way towards friends when they vent about that stuff? If it's a no... then why should it be any different for you?
>> No. 1657574
>>1657570
I guess I was goin' more for an "what's up?"

>>1657572
No, I don't. It might be my self-esteem issues thinking that since I'm lesser when I do it, it's wrong,
>> No. 1657576
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>> No. 1657577
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1657577
>>1657574
Then... you have you're answer. Try and work on your self-esteem, which by no means is an easy task. I mean, mine is still crap so I really can't give any advice on how to do it.
>> No. 1657580
>>1657576
lol
>> No. 1657582
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1657582
>>1657580

:P

I kinda like the idea of Bonnie being a bit of a bully.
>> No. 1657583
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1657583
>>1657572
Just would seem a bit.. Pointless. I dunno.
Good good.

>>1657574
Oh. Well, nothing really. You?

>>1657576
hay
>> No. 1657584
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1657584
>>1657583

Hayyy~
>> No. 1657587
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>>1657583
Up to you.
Mhm.

>>1657582
XP
How is?
>> No. 1657588
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1657588
>>1657576

>>1657577
I'll do what I can. I just need to stop looking into stuff so deeply as well, cause when I do that it gets amplified by the self-esteem.

>>1657583
Same kinda, feeling sick so that's not fun. Just listening to some Blind Guardian.
>> No. 1657589
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1657589
>>1657587

c:

I'm gewd. You?

>>1657588
>> No. 1657592
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1657592
>>1657589
>> No. 1657593
>>1657588
That'd be good. That's something I need to stick to myself.

>>1657589
Good to hear.

Tired, working on modeling.
>> No. 1657595
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1657595
>>1657592

>>1657593

Kewl. How's that going?
>> No. 1657596
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1657596
>>1657584
Hows it going?

>>1657587
Mmm, I think it's more up to some part of my brain that keeps saying that no matter what I say, it doesn't really make any difference. Same seems to go on whatever I'm doing.

>>1657588
Maybe get something nice and calming to drink then.
>> No. 1657597
File 141654704975.gif - (92.40KB , 475x406 , 965.gif )
1657597
>>1657596

It's going good. You?
>> No. 1657598
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1657598
>>1657593
heh..yup

>>1657595
shit...this would of been perfect to respond with when you came in..

>>1657596
I might take another shower...that normally calms down my stomach. I actually havent eatin' anything all day because how I've felt. Illness sucks..
>> No. 1657600
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1657600
>>1657598

Lol
>> No. 1657601
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1657601
>>1657597
That's nice..

It's just going.

>>1657598
Mmhm, that might help then.
>> No. 1657602
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1657602
>>1657595
It's going alright, despite 10 or so Blender crashes.

>>1657596
Maybe the same with you then? Self Esteem?
>> No. 1657603
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1657603
>>1657601

Something up?

>>1657602

Eesh. :/
>> No. 1657604
>>1657600
Oh well...missed a great chance

>>1657601
ye.

Wish I could do something for you, dude..
>> No. 1657605
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1657605
>>1657604

It happens. ^^;

How is?
>> No. 1657606
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1657606
>>1657602
It's just mostly anxiety and depression coming back really.

>>1657603
I wish anything was up. Maybe I'll be down in a bit though. As in passed out.

>>1657604
For me? I haven't exactly asked for anyone to do anything. Or even told anything.
>> No. 1657607
>>1657606
Have you been put on your new depression meds?

>>1657603
Mhm.
>> No. 1657608
>>1657605
Feeling a little sick to my stomach, but a shower and bed should help that.

How are you?

>>1657606
Idunno...you seem down
>> No. 1657609
File 141654777154.png - (950.57KB , 648x820 , PiratePals.png )
1657609
>>1657606

Sleeping sounds like a good idea.

*Hugs*

>>1657607

c:

I'm just playing my Gunzerker in BL2. Haven't in a while, so it's nice to be able to dual-wield again.
>> No. 1657610
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1657610
>>1657607
I've been using there for qutie a while, stopped the other that wasn't working completely, and seems like this isn't doing a great job either.
Dunno.

>>1657608
That'd be because I am.


>>1657609
Mmhm.
>hug
>> No. 1657611
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1657611
>>1657608

Aw, hope you feel better.

I'm good. Just playing some BL2. Solo UVHM, baby!

>>1657610

<3
>> No. 1657613
>>1657610
>hugs
Sorry to hear man. Maybe... try a different one again?

>>1657609
Alrighty!
>> No. 1657615
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1657615
>>1657613

Weeeeeee
>> No. 1657618
File 141654817176.png - (286.61KB , 900x900 , Early hours.png )
1657618
>> No. 1657623
>>1657610
-hugs-
Sorry..

>>1657611
thanks..

UVHM?
>> No. 1657624
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1657624
>>1657611
Mm

>>1657613
If this refuses to work at all, I'm not gonna bother. Kinda done eating these things that might help and have side-effects worse than in rat poison.

>>1657618
Ey

>>1657623
It's fine.
>> No. 1657627
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1657627
>>1657623

Ultimate Vault Hunter Mode. It's the hardest difficulty setting in the game.
>> No. 1657629
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1657629
>>1657624
Bloops
*Hugs*
how is?
>> No. 1657630
>>1657627
Hoh...sounds fun!


===
Imma head to bed. night guys.
>> No. 1657632
>>1657624
I understand.

>>1657615
:P


Anyways, I'm gonna work on this then bed. Take care.
>> No. 1657633
>>1657630
>>1657632

'Night.
>> No. 1657636
File 141654868708.png - (364.38KB , 800x1044 , ugh.png )
1657636
Think I'll just go lurk for a bit then bed.
>> No. 1657637
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1657637
>>1657630
Nights, sweet dreams

>>1657632
you do take care!
nights

>>1657636
aaw
hope you will feel better sooner
Nights, sweet dreams
>> No. 1657654
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1657654
>> No. 1657656
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1657656
>>1657654
Sandwich!
>> No. 1657657
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1657657
>>1657654
Saaaaaaanvich
>> No. 1657659
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1657659
>>1657656
>>1657657
>> No. 1657661
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1657661
>>1657657
*boops*

>>1657659
sup?
>> No. 1657662
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1657662
>>1657659
It's...it's beautiful!

>>1657661
*bleeds*
>> No. 1657663
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1657663
>>1657662
Nuuuu
*Puts on band aid*
im sorry.... sometimes i forget how pointy my bony fingers are ^^;
>> No. 1657665
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1657665
>>1657663
It's alright. A little blud never hurt sanvich eatink.
>> No. 1657667
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1657667
>>1657665
guess not ^^;
how is?
xept the different tasting sandwich?
>> No. 1657668
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>>1657667
So very tired.
Blood doesn't taste so bad. It's just a little unpleasant to the tongue. Far too irony!
>> No. 1657669
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1657669
>>1657668
*offer blankets,pillows, plushes,tucks in*
far to much iron
>> No. 1657670
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1657670
>>1657669
What's up on your end of things?
>> No. 1657675
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1657675
>>1657670
Nomming breakfast,listen to some music and playing some car mechanic sim.
got stuck on a mission for quit some time...
missed one of the most simple things >.<
>
>> No. 1657678
File 141655330313.png - (31.20KB , 336x311 , I'll let you have this for 20 bucks.png )
1657678
>>1657661
Not a whole lot, just browsing the interwebz
>>1657662
>> No. 1657680
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>>1657675
Sounds delightful! Simple...yes... Oh wow, those textures are awesome.
I didn't even know they had a sim for this, honestly.

>>1657678
I'm afraid I don't have the cash on me...is there another way I could pay you for such a service?~ Like bitcoin! I've been waiting all day to make a bitcoin joke, no matter how awful it was. Acceptable losses!
>> No. 1657683
File 141655364435.png - (900.91KB , 900x900 , 137459896999.png )
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>>1657678
Ah, just chilling?
sounds good^^

>>1657680
it is^^
*shares breakfast*
simple textures i guess :P
Kinda chill game, bolt off bolt on.
me neither.....:
===
IF YOU STILL LURK! uhm.. thank you
>> No. 1657685
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>>1657683
Breakfast? Now? Blasphemy! It would be a late supper if anything :P
It's nice though. I like it a lot. Simple, yet descriptive.
Looks a little difficult though. To any non-mechanic, anyway. You actually have to know where things go and all that.
>> No. 1657688
File 141655411514.png - (103.28KB , 800x600 , 551636-interstate-76-windows-screenshot-chasing-down-calisto-on-the.png )
1657688
>>1657685
somewhere in the world it´s early, no?
it shows what it is supposed to be so im happy.
i can´t really be picky bout graphics since i still play
>this game
It is difficult since it has the basic and some non basic parts but it gives you hints on what to replace and what not.

now, an true hard car mechanic game is something called gearhead garage.
and the tons of mods that there was for that game.
One of the mods was an 100% real v8 with all the molecular parts.
never managed to that mission ;_;
>> No. 1657690
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>>1657688
By that logic everything is both breakfast, lunch, and dinner. I am okay with that!
As long as there are moving images you're good :P
Interesting... Could even be considered educational, if they did it right, heh.

I don't think you've told me about that one before! Mod communities are the best.
It's hard for a reason!
>> No. 1657692
File 141655445067.png - (622.55KB , 800x692 , 4-(n1297662610300).png )
1657692
>>1657690

Hmm.. I'm gonna say you're Muffin..

>>1657688
>> No. 1657693
File 141655452719.png - (603.60KB , 923x865 , 139847432058.png )
1657693
>>1657692
Yes indeedy. Hey Nonninonn.
>> No. 1657695
File 141655456396.png - (157.05KB , 914x338 , Napping.png )
1657695
>>1657690
now... let´s start make that perfect bruncier
it is moving images or moving objects.
yea, or at least starting point with oil change, brake change. although having an handbrake swap, or some over the top lessons. make sure that the engine is at OTDC before swapping the timing belt/waterpump....

but that´s maybe asking for to much heh.
yes, yes they are.
yaay for modding peopel

>>1657692
!
*HUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUGGLES close, Nuzzles cheek*
>> No. 1657696
File 141655470571.png - (440.25KB , 900x900 , 187160__UNOPT__safe_derpy-hooves_vector_crystal-pony_crystallized.png )
1657696
>>1657693

Hai Muffin! Scratch prettyyyyyyy!!

Say, are you upset with Char?

>>1657695

Ponnycute! How is?
>> No. 1657698
File 141655479255.png - (395.64KB , 746x1009 , Mother_Celestia_Hugs_tightly.png )
1657698
>>1657696
*nuzzles*
ahm not cute....
dunno, ok i guess. but still feeling some blues/sadness from yesterday evenings.
now enjoying some breakfast before getting down to the workshop for some more tinkering with that pickup.
you?
>> No. 1657700
File 141655486329.gif - (63.08KB , 500x520 , 141055764025.gif )
1657700
>>1657695
Hah, I've never heard it put that way. Though I'd totally eat some mixture of those! French toast, potatoes, ice cream, more potatoes, a whole clove of garlic..Sounds amazing :D
OTDC? Waterpump? Weird...

They always make the coolest additions to games ^^

>>1657696
Yeah! One of my favorites, personally.
Mmm...not particularly, no. Why?
>> No. 1657702
File 141655495160.png - (712.34KB , 916x940 , 65464 - artist Mn27 derpy_hooves.png )
1657702
>>1657698

Huh? What pickup?

I's good.. jsut got home from work..

>>1657700

Particularly? As in maybe some? Oh, you just answered one of his posts with just a 'k.. so he thinks you might be upset with him..
>> No. 1657704
File 141655507152.gif - (303.62KB , 250x250 , 7a3.gif )
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>> No. 1657708
File 141655517605.png - (173.37KB , 693x696 , Mother_Celestia_nuzzles.png )
1657708
>>1657700
it´s ann in one breakfast, brunch, lunch,dinner.
ooooh sounds so delish! i wanna try some nao.

Over Top Dead Center.
means that the inside of the engine goes up and down, around etc. and for everything to go in the right order it must have an starting point.
so when swapping timing belt. os removing the cylinder head.- you must crank the engine by hand until you reach OTDC point. make an mark. and start swapping parts.

water pump is pump that makes the cooling water flow around making the engine cool

( not 1000% accurate description) but it´s the base.
all the mods

>>1657702
helping one doing some welding jobs on a 1986 Vw LT31 fullsize bed pickup.
i thought i was driving around in death traps, or had an rotten body. but that pickup.......


>>1657704
teddY!
*Glomps*
>> No. 1657710
File 141655525333.jpg - (68.39KB , 900x564 , 186803__UNOPT__safe_derpy-hooves_artist-needed_source-needed_paintbrush.jpg )
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>>1657708

Ahh.. good luck with it..

>huuuugs..
>> No. 1657711
File 141655534146.png - (176.93KB , 999x1161 , f1a.png )
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>>1657708

Hi, Ponny.
>> No. 1657713
File 141655548202.png - (260.39KB , 770x589 , 136527691989.png )
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>>1657702
Yeah, a little bit, but nothing out of the ordinary. Nobody's perfect, after all. It's best if I stop here though.

>>1657704
Hej Thela!

>>1657708
I'd definitely try it!
I might just skip the rest and have garlic-injected potatoes! Garlic is a wonderful thing~

Huh. There's much I still have to learn, it seems! I should really know this stuff by now, but...I just dunno.
>> No. 1657714
File 141655550640.jpg - (92.06KB , 500x450 , fDlkFg1.jpg )
1657714
>>1657713

Hey there.
>> No. 1657715
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>>1657714
Ssssssssup?
>> No. 1657716
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1657716
>>1657710
>*Snuuuuugs*
hope it will be ready today,heh
Thank you

>>1657711
how is?

>>1657713
bring me the reports when you done!
sounds sooooo delish ;_; want some nao.
planning to be an home mechanic. or planning to aim for something higher?
>> No. 1657717
File 141655562714.gif - (92.40KB , 475x406 , 965.gif )
1657717
>>1657715

Waiting for my antivirus to finish setting up. You?

>>1657716

I'm alright. You?
>> No. 1657718
File 141655563940.png - (94.02KB , 637x657 , 131203679058.png )
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>>1657713

Mmm.. okay. I wish it weren't so.. but okay.
>> No. 1657721
File 141655569805.png - (286.61KB , 900x900 , Early hours.png )
1657721
>>1657717
alright, alright is good.
nomming some breakfast before i depart...
and kinda still feeling sad bout some things
>> No. 1657723
File 141655575020.jpg - (645.40KB , 1000x1200 , 92f.jpg )
1657723
>>1657721

Sad about some things?
>> No. 1657724
File 141655575286.gif - (667.43KB , 500x357 , being silly.gif )
1657724
DKC is 20 years old!
have some calming music from second game
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zK4TWXWEKAQ
>> No. 1657725
>>1657716
Totally!
Hah, I don't have any food here. If I had potatoes, they would all be gone by now anyway :P
Nah, the people I used to hang out with were really into cars and stuff. Should've rubbed off on me, but I guess not so much.

>>1657717
Is it new or something?
Going to attempt sleep after the traffic jam clears, so should be pretty soon here.

>>1657718
As do I.
>> No. 1657726
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>>1657725

Maybe it can be worked out?
>> No. 1657727
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1657727
>>1657723
yea, thinking about some friend i haven´t seen in some time, and dad´s birthday this saturday

>>1657725
hasselbacks potatoes. make those when getting the chance!
Ah okies, okies. well it´s all about one´s interest as well.

if ya like it you snap some info.
>> No. 1657728
File 141655596968.png - (481.07KB , 680x489 , 970.png )
1657728
>>1657725

It's the new version of Avast, yeah. It looks like it's settled down now. I'm going to give it a day or two to see how it performs before updating Avast on my desktop.

That's good.

>>1657727

I see.
>> No. 1657730
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1657730
>>1657728
yea...
>> No. 1657731
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>>1657730

Will you be alright?
>> No. 1657732
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1657732
>>1657731
yea will be alright.... i get things to keep my self busy today. just hate this month
sorry for my constant whining.
==============================
anyhow, it´s 8.50 am i better get ready for another day.
see ya all later on.
>> No. 1657733
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1657733
>>1657726
It's how I feel toward everyone, not just him. There can be no solution that involves co-existing, just a delayed response of me receding to rightful, oppressive solitude.

>>1657727
I won't be cooking for a very long time, but that sounds delicious!
I don't have many actual interests though, just a mild fascination with everything.

>>1657728
Oh, Avast? Have you used it before? And how would you rate it, assuming you've used it?

>>1657732
Cya Ponns!
>> No. 1657734
File 141655619386.png - (155.33KB , 500x545 , 2f4.png )
1657734
>>1657732

You're not whining.

*Hugs*

Have a good day, man.
>> No. 1657735
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1657735
>>1657733

Ohhh.. thought it was just him. Okies.

Umm.. up to you.
>> No. 1657736
File 141655634384.gif - (153.94KB , 680x680 , 82f.gif )
1657736
>>1657733

I've been using it since April. Bloopsy recommended to me. I dunno how I'd rate it, but so far it's been extremely useful. The web shield is my favorite feature. And it's very light on resources.
>> No. 1657737
File 141655646634.jpg - (94.71KB , 1000x700 , 141217978879.jpg )
1657737
>>1657735
Yyyyyyyyyyyyyyepp.

>>1657736
Nice! I assume it does scans and stuff, right? That low usage of resources is fantastic though. The one I have now is like a heavyweight boxer that just sits on my CPU and waits >.>
>> No. 1657739
File 141655657575.png - (127.01KB , 474x532 , tumblr_naiwbjERLN1ti1vb0o1_500.png )
1657739
>>1657737

Of course. :P

And yeah, it's really nice how light it is.

What do you use?
>> No. 1657740
File 141655675028.png - (88.01KB , 163x265 , 139247727408.png )
1657740
>>1657739
So it's sort of like the Chrome of antivirus programs? :P
I use a portwatcher, but also Kaspersky so my computer would stop freaking out so much about not having antivirus. Windows Defender isn't so bad, buuuuut...I don't trust it.
>> No. 1657743
File 141655694795.png - (171.31KB , 400x400 , be7.png )
1657743
>>1657740

What do you mean?

What's a portwatcher? From what I've heard, the built-in antivirus in Windows 8 is actually not too bad, though I would rather have an actual third-party antivirus installed. Which, I do. :P
>> No. 1657746
>>1657743
Chrome is very lightweight and functional as a browser when compared to the other choices, mainly Firefox, the bulky yet powerful one, and IE, the...well, we don't talk about IE 'round these parts.

It watches the ports to detect any unauthorized traffic tries to get through them. It's definitely not bad! Avast seems like a fine choice, at least in theory. Hopefully it works well for ya!
I should get to bed though. Nighty.
>> No. 1657747
File 141655737623.gif - (582.14KB , 500x679 , 141627969006.gif )
1657747
>>1657746

Really? I've heard that Chrome is a resource. Though, that could be past versions...

I've been using Firefox for ten years now.

That's good, hehe. And yeah, I've been really liking Avast.

Have a good night. ^^

Last edited at Fri, Nov 21st, 2014 01:09

>> No. 1657752
File 141655844785.gif - (22.82KB , 256x192 , ff4.gif )
1657752
I might as well bugger off for the night. Goodnight, potential lurkers.
>> No. 1657775
File 141656918051.png - (58.57KB , 889x899 , happy_dashie_by_geometrymathalgebra-d7hhmhn.png )
1657775
It's friday night and I have decided to go and party with my frenz. So here I am!
>> No. 1657801
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1657801
>>1657775

Awww.. sorry Runbow!
>> No. 1657845
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>> No. 1657846
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1657846
>>1657845
>> No. 1657847
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1657847
>>1657846
NONI!
*HUUUUUUUUUUUUUUGS*
*Snuggles in you arms*
>> No. 1657848
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1657848
>>1657847

Ponnycute! How is?
>> No. 1657849
File 141658243024.png - (0.98MB , 1218x1024 , Bleh.png )
1657849
>>1657848
ahm not cute..... never will be i guess.
Bleh, feeling ill after have been welding in uncomfortable positions ;_;
hows the best,kindest,cutest Anoni?
>> No. 1657850
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1657850
>>1657849

Really sad.. see Runbow above.. came ehre hoping for chat.. nobody.. Omm has the same problem. I feel bad for them..
>> No. 1657851
File 141658258349.png - (262.64KB , 1000x573 , Mother_celestia_worried.png )
1657851
>>1657850
never fun to see ones friends sad, being down ;_;
>> No. 1657860
File 141658420267.png - (693.02KB , 680x622 , SSC_222.png )
1657860
*massive bass drop*
>> No. 1657862
File 141658425939.png - (795.50KB , 1280x937 , Dj_Pone3_artist-colon-silver1kunai.png )
1657862
>>1657860
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qlb57uzn1zE
>> No. 1657864
File 141658433864.png - (171.20KB , 716x947 , SS_319.png )
1657864
>>1657862
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLgxQbXzbco
>> No. 1657865
File 141658437032.jpg - (40.61KB , 730x1095 , 368278__safe_pinkie%252Bpie_solo_watermark_party_cannon_artist-colon-audioscribe_audioscribe.jpg )
1657865
>>1657864
Digging this!
>> No. 1657875
File 141658490870.png - (834.03KB , 556x601 , SS_79.png )
1657875
>>1657865
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5CxXNUTDN4
>> No. 1657877
File 141658498257.jpg - (110.01KB , 800x695 , Hearts, hearts everywhere_.jpg )
1657877
>>1657875
THIS REMIX!
<3
>> No. 1657880
File 141658506655.png - (840.20KB , 750x1000 , SS_237.png )
1657880
>>1657877
I'm really getting into trap lately. It's very rarely any good at all, but when it works, it works so awesome.
>> No. 1657882
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1657882
>>1657880
i kinda feel the same with dubstep. 100000000 of songs and only some few that´s really great!
>> No. 1657886
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1657886
>>1657882
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rd1GVXr-bbc
PBN usually do a good job if you want someone to explore.
>> No. 1657890
File 141658555292.png - (2.60MB , 1733x1227 , spoiler.png )
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>>1657886
im going to save this channel, lots of interesting remixes.
i should really reconfigure the car´s sub woofers
>> No. 1657892
File 141658560285.png - (192.35KB , 317x337 , SS_161.png )
1657892
>>1657890
Mad marmalade of those. I've meant to give my car a real sound system since I got it, but haven't had the chance.
>> No. 1657894
File 141658569168.gif - (243.58KB , 777x991 , Best tool ever, crunchy as well.gif )
1657894
>>1657892
^^,
they kinda play crappy because of the cheap amplifier. but it does the job for that money. so i shall not really complain.
Do that! give the girl some proper sounds.
>> No. 1657899
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1657899
>>1657894
That's why I haven't. The subs + amp I'd want would run somewhere in the field of $2,000, which is about what that car's worth at this point.

I think I'm more concerned with a decent set of desk speakers, because I spend way more time in front of my computer.
>> No. 1657900
File 141658597022.png - (123.04KB , 674x658 , Spews coffee.png )
1657900
>>1657899
>year of the horse
dayumn.... that´s some monay. but the stuff you will get with it.
desk speakers?
just hook up the regular amplifier to the room and hook up the speakers to that
>> No. 1657901
File 141658607508.jpg - (16.42KB , 320x320 , WAT.jpg )
1657901
>>1657900
what... i tyep $2,000 as in two thousand !
get yer stuff together chan
>> No. 1657902
File 141658628733.png - (234.48KB , 1024x1280 , SS_222.png )
1657902
>>1657900
Well, I have to be a lot pickier with my indoor speakers, because they have to work at all ranges; loud, soft, high, low, and mid. That package is harder to find than you'd think. Car speakers are generally a lot less responsive than, say, bookshelf speakers. If I really wanted to splurge, I could get
http://www.guitarcenter.com/KRK-Rokit-Powered-6--Generation-3-109270876-i3141605.gc
http://www.guitarcenter.com/KRK-10s-Active-Subwoofer-105014807-i2394719.gc
But that's a $600+ investment. Even then, their mid-range FR is lacking.

With car speakers, you're just going for the loudest boom.
>> No. 1657904
File 141658651153.jpg - (64.17KB , 1184x488 , Technics_SU-V55A_JWS c81 gold Xl_ferguson3423.jpg )
1657904
>>1657902
true, true!
and of course it depends on WHAT type of music you listen to.
pretty little speakers.
>this is the setup i have in my room.

and cear speakers is about boom boom. but at the same time. getting the clear sound from the speakers that is not woofers
>> No. 1657906
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1657906
>>1657904
Yeah. I have some Kenwoods in my doors, and some Sonys that need replacing in my back shelf. They've been pretty good, for the price I paid. At the moment, they sound a lot better than my computer speakers because my computer is just hooked up to a cheapo $40 pair of Best Buy speakers. I haven't had the opportunity to get some real speakers.

That standing speaker looks awesome. What is that?
>> No. 1657912
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1657912
>>1657906
well, then is about the right insulation, damping and what not.
yard sales, thrift stores. you never know what you can find!
those are the JWS c82 gold XL
can shake my room if i wanted with that old amplifier.
and that amp im going to take care of. since it was my dads.

i dpn´t care if it´s not top notch model. turn the dial to #3 and my whole room shakes.
>> No. 1657914
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1657914
>>1657912
That's awesome.

And no, I won't find anything of quality here. Considering that the height of music in the area is either Toby Keith or the latest rap star, people here don't care too much about sound quality. I'll wait till I'm a few states west to start searching used. :P

Also: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lTx3G6h2xyA
>> No. 1657916
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1657916
>>1657914
that´s,.... sad ;_;
IDEA"! road trip around the places explore the random thrift stores!

i really need to do that again.

THAT MASHUP!
Loves
>> No. 1657918
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1657918
>>1657916
When I can afford it, I might. I could maybe find something in Knoxville, or Atlanta if I wanted to sit the 4 hour drive. Still, I'm broke as fuck and couldn't afford good speakers if they fell at my feet. I'm just shopping around so I know what to look for when I can allow myself to.
>> No. 1657923
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1657923
>Haven't even made it to first gym yet
>Team's shaping up nicely
I'd keep at it if only I didn't have to eat.
>> No. 1657924
>>1657918
aaw, sorry to hear. Hope you can find something. and make the greatest road trips.

>>1657923
Grind the stuff out of the foods...
uhm i meant. don´t forget to eat
>> No. 1657925
File 141658814583.png - (30.16KB , 276x290 , Well__.png )
1657925
>>1657924
Blenders and protein shakes?
>> No. 1657927
>>1657925
that works ^^
>> No. 1657947
File 141658986488.jpg - (17.91KB , 480x360 , Starting the car.jpg )
1657947
driving to the store!
back later on
>> No. 1657970
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haihaihaihai guiseguiseguiseguise
>> No. 1657972
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>>1657970
dude.. chill.. please
>> No. 1657973
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>>1657970
Best Esh.

You seem pleased.
>> No. 1657974
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>>1657972
Nuuuu

>>1657973
I'm in a good mood, yeah-
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>>1657974
What up?
>> No. 1657976
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>>1657975
Nuttin in particular. Went to work, took a nap, edited a while, had dinnars, now catching up on Regular Show and Steven Universe.

Yoos?
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>>1657974
with this intese positive power i could feed the entire village with power!
hold still and let me hook these jumper cables on ya~
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>>1657977
Nuh-uh, all mine.
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>>1657976
Neato.

I'm playing Leeg and being an irresponsible adult and avoiding my responsibilities.
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>>1657980
The fack is Leeg

>being a responsible adult and avoiding responsibilities
Totes legit
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>>1657981
http://gyazo.com/f073561b5e1c11d708664dd072bed8ff
Dis
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>>1657979
now,now don´t be so selfish~
think of the cheaper eletronical bills
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>>1657982
Oh.
I is being a dumb again.

>>1657983
You list me at "think".
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>>1657984
Hmmmmmm?
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>> No. 1658009
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>>1658008
Alive!
i kid.... wup?
>> No. 1658010
>>1658009
Ack!

Watching a Kamen Rider movie. Youse?
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>>1658010
:3
ah, enjoying it?
watching an youtibe about toolkit for beginners. since my interest for prop making come to life again.
although, since being clumsy and cannot do any type of creative work it will be anything ;_;

>>1658011
sorry to hear that
>want an internet smoothie?
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>>1658011
Ey ey

>>1658012
>Prop making
If I had a brain and hands that worked, I'd do that too. But I can't seem to wrap my head around figuring out props, much less doing the actual building.
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>>1658019
;_;
it´s sad.
watching some freaking cool build on the net.
you have the drawing hands. which IS an start. keep practice and you will make stuffs.

also, seen some amazingly great leather work prjects and want to try that as well
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>>1658021
I barely have those.
And I'd love to be able to properly make costumes and props for my films.
>> No. 1658026
>>1658023
i want to say otherwise!
seen the site instructables?
http://www.instructables.com/id/Leather-Briefcase/
so many cool stuff on that site.

you will do it! do smaller projects
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>>1658026
I know of it, yeah. Is pretty cool.
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