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We have all heard of shadow people by Nicolas Stohrer - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 17:33:40 EST ID:nh1iydqQ No.4510898 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What do shadow kids mean though?
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Melvin Guillard - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 20:20:12 EST ID:n86+VzdR No.4510956 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4510934
oh dude, you have no clue what you're missing out on.
and the trailer doesn't even show the scariest ones from the documentary.
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Pah-wraith - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 20:27:00 EST ID:3PRLytnh No.4510958 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4510941
I don't get it.
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Heinrich Olbers - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 23:29:03 EST ID:f9H1hjbR No.4511041 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>We have all heard of shadow people
I haven't.
It sounds like some pseudo-psychic bullshit, like indigo children and emotional vampires, though.
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Pimple - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 05:00:27 EST ID:UexQSsXl No.4511115 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4511041
They're just hallucinations, that come about because of sleep paralysis. Same shit as alien abductions.


Quitting My Job and Quitting The Tresdmill of Life by Lil' Timmy Bongsworth - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 15:48:14 EST ID:/OSnp+45 No.4510834 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I want nothing to do with anything anymore. I don't fucking care.

There's never any "end" to the bullshit. Summer time comes and no school, but then back to school and shit bag assholes on your case for the rest of the year. Graduate, yay! No more teachers, but maybe college, and surrounded by the bullshit again. More of it, more and worse. So, finish college, and maybe you get a boss. One boss after another, and as you age, the body pains begin. Democracy is irrelevant when your life is the property of a thousand miniature dictatorships. Old enough to know better, but now you've become old and weak and people shit on your chest and in your mouth more and more. Constantly caked in the filth of your everlasting burden.

As today, so tomorrow. Endless shit. Climb the mountain with no peak.

Fuck this. I'll only eat so much shit. Why should anyone live to suffer the deamnds of yet another prick.
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Joseph Taylor Jr. - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 01:23:35 EST ID:Y579Iyd1 No.4511086 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4511085

Or you could do sexual favors for money, That is also being your own boss. Literally. also.

Also or you could just get some weapons and randomly kill a bunch of people and then yourself. Who cares? waht evn is the point of bheing alive? I might as well literally just drive my car down the sidewalk full speed and try to kill as many people as possible.
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Pyramid King John - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 01:47:34 EST ID:pjM56tft No.4511089 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4511085
If you can't figure out that bitch ass motherfuckers gk around running their fucking mouths, all trying to toss off bullshit lines like "Oh, it's so easy, you just whip your dick out, and nature takes it's course!" then you need to just shut the fuck up right along with them, assfuck.
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Rin Nakai - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 04:17:44 EST ID:kdy86lPU No.4511110 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4511072
> Hey... yeah, I uh... decided to be my own boss last month, and it's going pretty good, but, uh... I might not be able to pay rent until business picks up, is that cool? Like, sometime in the next six or nine months, I figure it'll be pretty sweet, but for now, I've only got like twenty bucks...
pretty much what im gonna be saying next month lol
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Engineer Jarvis - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 04:45:54 EST ID:azyvwpOl No.4511114 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4511072
Make a good kickstarter video; get grant money, join an incubator, woo a venture capitalist; quit being a fucking pussy.


orangutan whore by Porco Rosso - Fri, 24 Feb 2017 16:13:20 EST ID:70/iTX6D No.4510290 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This is Pony. She is an orangutan that was being held as a sex slave in Borneo. She was shaved and covered in sores from the ingrown hairs.
Men would travel just to fuck her as a sort of novelty, and any time a man approached her she would present her back side and gyrate as a habit.

I guess the only question is, would you?


https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/yo1-v14n10?utm_source=vicefbus
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Diamond O'Queef - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 16:13:16 EST ID:aViZG2oJ No.4510847 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4510745
that irks me as well. most people don't appreciate the difference between monkeys and apes.
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Diamond O'Queef - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 16:16:15 EST ID:aViZG2oJ No.4510850 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4510846
source? seems like if that were possible, we'd have a few stories about it happening. I can't recall anything remotely like that, except some vague story about a Russian (Soviet?) scientist doing weird studies about that until he got shut down.
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Team Magma Grunt Matilda - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 16:17:57 EST ID:pcD2AowO No.4510851 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4510452
>I mean you've gotta be living a dark life if you're going around fucking shaved orangutans right?

You know how in the first Hellraiser, the uncle was a serious hedonist, and traveled the world seeking all pleasures, even the darkest ones?

I feel like he fucked this ape right before he decided that summoning S&M demons would be the next thing to try.
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Rival Betsy - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 04:37:22 EST ID:dWJsfgl5 No.4511112 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4510427
>>4510296
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U78_TlApVEY


Country stats by Arne Darvin - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 21:56:44 EST ID:dsaotJya No.4511015 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://www.ifitweremyhome.com/compare/CN/RU

So I found this website where you can compares countries to each other.
Kinda interesting.
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Alexandra Roivas - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 00:07:53 EST ID:9UujtSAH No.4511058 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4511055
Svalbard sounds the coolest to me, but it's also the most unrealistic because you need a visa to travel around the surrounding area, and the price of living is among the highest in the worlds. Also jobs are extremely scarce. Would be kinda cool though to live in that kind of environment, if only for a year or something.

The Mariana Islands sound like the best bet to me. Seems to have all the benefits of a tropic republic without much of the massive class division. I wonder how much weed is smoked there.
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Henderson Crumple - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 00:12:51 EST ID:aViZG2oJ No.4511060 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4511058
I'm just picturing high tech meteorological work and maybe some fishing. Maybe some oil work. I can't imagine what else people would do up there.
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Alexandra Roivas - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 00:18:53 EST ID:9UujtSAH No.4511062 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4511060
Don't forget coal miners. And probably a little tourism ring for wealthy weirdos.

Oh, and the people that contain the REAL cloverfield monster, and the secret base the U.N. created to contain the Greys. And probably a smogasbord of other crazy shit.
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Shane Matthews - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 04:33:08 EST ID:wOWNph2E No.4511111 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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If The United States were your home instead of Finland you would...
>be 12.7 times more likely in prison
No doubt I would be in jail if I was american, I've got fines for shit that would automatically take you to jail in USA
>make 47.08% more money
>spend 2.1 times more money on health care
So all that extra money would go to healthcare and then some.
>be 9.88% less likely to be unemployed
>be 6 times more likely to have HIV/AIDS
I rather take my chances with the unemployment roulette than the other one
>experience 67.91% more of a class divide
Hopefuly this means more class awareness among american comrades as well. Viva la revolucion!
>be 2.2 times more likely to be murdered
>consume 51.93% more oil
>be 83.63% more likely to die in infancy
>have 6.82% less free time
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I bought your Colgate toothpaste, the one with tartar control... by FrederickChassleton.tar - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 03:18:25 EST ID:JS8jjnMR No.4510626 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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AND LIKE IT MADE ME FEEL LIKE ______________!!!
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Bruce Heaton - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 21:46:48 EST ID:1im/HzGa No.4511008 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Alright, who wrinkled my Randy Travis poster, pissed the seat and hid my keys?
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Fritz Zwicky - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 23:19:39 EST ID:6E3H0o6G No.4511038 Ignore Report Quick Reply
FASHION BUG
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Henderson Crumple - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 23:33:31 EST ID:aViZG2oJ No.4511046 Ignore Report Quick Reply
BOB SAGET
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Neil Strongweed - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 04:16:16 EST ID:JS8jjnMR No.4511109 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I love my Grandma Janelle.....she's the sweetest person in the entire world. And God bless her....BUT SHE'S OLD AS FUCK!!!

https://www.youtube.com/shared?ci=VzwySVF09O0


What percentage of US adults are you willing to date? by Mavis Fudgecurl - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 14:42:14 EST ID:AxmB5NGs No.4510797 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Apparently 3.23% for me.

http://www.iwonderifyouareoutthere.com/woman.html
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Bruce Heaton - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 02:49:54 EST ID:1im/HzGa No.4511097 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah these numbers are bullshit because I put in very broad needs and got something like .5%
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Jebediah Cuntpickle - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 02:58:45 EST ID:nok24wRw No.4511098 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4510797
did this legit, and good job I don't live in ynksville and already have a gf. Only like 95k women who I would like to date in that shithole. The numbers really fell when I unchecked obese and overweight
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Carl Johnson - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 03:50:17 EST ID:uYtJQ+rV No.4511105 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I wanted to see about a black guy like thus one and got

0.00003191002809624787%
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Shane Matthews - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 04:15:15 EST ID:wOWNph2E No.4511108 Ignore Report Quick Reply
For some reason it doesn't let me tick the only age group I'm interested in.


Virtual reality ghosts by Bart Bok - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 20:27:40 EST ID:m2wRGPRh No.4510959 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I want you people to convince me that there is no such thing as a ghost or demon things because I'm really fucking scared right now. I know that ghosts and paranormal things are too stupid and can easily be dismissed by skeptics, but what if we live in a virtual reality? The programmers of this virtual reality could easily make virtual ghosts to fuck with us, or maybe they could program something much more horrifying lurking in the shadows to fuck with us. My virtual reality ghost hypothesis is the only reason why I'm afraid of ghosts, and I would be really happy if you people debunked it.

My mom is in another city and I'm alone at her big ass home. She told me that since I'm alone at her home, I'm going to have to pay for the electricity I use, so there are no lights on in the entire house. I'm so scared, dude.
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Heinrich Olbers - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 23:01:18 EST ID:f9H1hjbR No.4511036 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4510969
>"The ONLY thing repeat the ONLY thing that the Bible got right is [one verse]"
>immediately quotes a different verse
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Carl Johnson - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 03:21:56 EST ID:uYtJQ+rV No.4511099 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4511017
>Well, it is not definitive proof or anything (far from it), but I don't think it is too unreasonable.

But that's NOT proof. You pretty much repeated Musk's answer.
Asking questions for which there are no apparent reasons, and then answering them with a hypothesis which cannot be demonstrated is very much like the Church explaining the Holy Trinity. Didn't you ever listen to George Carlin? There's a difference between explaining superstition with more superstition, and adducing a scientific hypothesis from reasonable factors. Musk's 'theory' isn't even wrong, it's rank superstition.

OP, I'm glad that you're calmer, and I hope you don't think that I'm bashing you here. You have much more to fear from the governent than anything else in your life. Wishing you well, bro.
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Carl Johnson - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 03:27:36 EST ID:uYtJQ+rV No.4511101 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4511036
.................and?

You show me where I said it was another verse that the Bible got right. It's a decent idea but not perfect. Narcissists love themselves, and f there was a Jesus, do you think that he would bless them? Have you no critical discernment?
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Bigblunts Bongingford - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 03:58:09 EST ID:+hExY2to No.4511106 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4511101
It's really that your so breathless and emotional about being haunted by ghosts only you seem to notice. It's obvious you're an easy target and that we can squeeze laughs from your exasperation so easily. Calling you out on your bible thumping is the juiciest fruit of them all, and, why just look at that! You came out of the woodwork to defend yourself.


Do all things Happen for Reason? by Gorilla Monsoon - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 17:20:39 EST ID:nu0SuzZD No.4510888 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Do all things happen for a reason or can some things occur without a reason?


What exactly is chance and does it have physical properties?
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Pat Healy - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 22:20:01 EST ID:TJSo5cuz No.4511029 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4511026
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Jeffery Huffingcock - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 22:34:03 EST ID:DueLoF0J No.4511031 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i think most things happen according to chance. but on the flip side there is always a way to find an opportunity for reasoning.
like shit happens, so you better learn from it and make the absolute best of the outcome.
fate is what you make it.
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Johann-Carl Leuchs - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 02:42:56 EST ID:erl7xj7I No.4511094 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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if our universe had a twing from the moment it started, would it still be identical at any point in time? probably. so theres probably no chance and so theres probably no "free will" or radical freedom really. HOWEVER last time i checked we hadnt decided if electrons move around in a pattern we cant conceive of yet or if their movments are truly random. that knowledge seems kindof crucial for your question. look into that i guess
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Bigblunts Bongingford - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 03:34:44 EST ID:+hExY2to No.4511103 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4511094
The thing about electrons is that science is decided by the most effective results.

It's not so much that electrons are intrinsically chaotic, random and unpredictable, it's just that there's no such thing as a dead system in subatomic physics. There's no reset button. Nothing that let's you pause the experiment and rewind, and replicate an exact sequence of events. You can't peer back in time, and change the akm of the barrel that shot the cannon ball that's already flown and hit its target. You can only know where the cannon was, but not where it will be next. With atoms, you must experiment with the lab equipment forged by the universe itself, and the clockwork already ticking away. In the 1920's, 30's and 40's they had to use opportunistic schemes that found elements in their natural state in order to gain insight into the nature of matter.

Things are different now. We have much more concrete ideas about atoms. The nuclear age and the cold war pushed technology far ahead, and much of it is not made plain to the world, since nuclear secrecy is still a reality surrounding so many parts of the real science of atoms. Quantum electrodynamics locks in behavior with statistics and probability, although most details except the most stupifyjng are rarely disclosed in all the same places and at the same tkme. Buzz words, catch phrases, sound bites and mass media tropes are typical. The same old facts remain true, either way: you can not stop an atom. But based on trillions of experimental results, and with super computing calculations, it is known electrons are not behaving randomly.

I think you're confusing electrons with cosmic rays and radiation as sources of entropy. Entropy is drawn from the fact that we cannot deduce the origin state, and thus deterministically conclude some prediction. It is not because the particles themselves are unpredictable.


PRODUCTIVITY - Lazy couch-zombie dope-head losers need not apply by Kolyat Krios - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 12:11:19 EST ID:KEKm0mbl No.4510765 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>What are you working on right now? as a hobby or even prime thing.

I'm getting into daytrading stocks and learning about economics. It's the biggest and most important system in the world, also, get money get paid nigga.
As a hobby I'm making a game in RPG maker. Will take a long time, but it's pure fun since I've been writing and making music for a few years I'll be able to incorporate it all into something interactive. I figure I'll be able to jew $12-15K out of a kickstarter/gofund me for a sequel. Will see how steam release works so maybe even get paid for the first one since I've dev friends who tell me people sell utter shit on steam no problem so...
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Henderson Crumple - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 00:10:47 EST ID:aViZG2oJ No.4511059 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4511056
just start doing shit and then maybe you'll get the motivation to continue it. ambition doesn't just show up before you start doing shit. it doesn't work like that.
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Joseph Taylor Jr. - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 00:17:30 EST ID:Y579Iyd1 No.4511061 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4511018

Productivity as defined by the society they are brought up in? Define productive in any other way?
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Barnaby Puzzleludge - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 03:31:19 EST ID:Vz+cgys8 No.4511102 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm trying to teach myself python, and i even got off to a good start using some tutorials I found online. Hard part is I do school full time and by the time I'm done with that stuff for the day, I just wanna get high and do nothing for a few hours before bed. What do, my productive brothers? Is there a trick to keep going, or do you just have to force yourself to do it until you get used to it? I know it's possible, because I know people like this. I'm just not sure how, right now
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Kendall Grove - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 04:42:35 EST ID:gemM/NZL No.4511113 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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There's a balance between leisure and creation, certainly employment and work for the sake of it. Setting small achievable goals helps validate oneself by being able to follow through, then set more short-term goals and build momentum and confidence. After awhile the actions become habit, after that first hump (breakthrough) there's this easy coasting until you hit another learning curve. If you backslide that's okay, as in fall back into old habits, collect yourself and keep on. Persevere and in persevering grow strong.

Bit abstract, hope them words are helpful.


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Count.
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Henderson Crumple - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 23:31:43 EST ID:aViZG2oJ No.4511045 Ignore Report Quick Reply
her lips look odd. like she's holding a rose petal in her lips.
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Eddie Alvarez - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 02:41:28 EST ID:PVVO8HUH No.4511093 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I don't understand why a lot of people find freckles unattractive. I love em. Of course, I'm probably biased due to being covered in freckles myself.

Seriously, as someone who finds freckles attractive, please try and explain to me why so many find them repugnant. It's something I've never been able to grasp a perspective on.

>>4511045
Some sort of candy I think?
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Albert Brankindock - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 02:48:05 EST ID:WnhLeozo No.4511096 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4511093
I like freckles too, but the pic of the girl in OP has been sharpened and colour corrected to make them look awful. I bet she looks quite pretty irl, but not there
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Jaki Numazawa - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 03:25:39 EST ID:AK/cYpGI No.4511100 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4511096
By golly I think that your onto something here. That sharpening makes them look like a skin disease for sure. I stared at that pic for a good minute or two wondering why she looked so strange and alien to me and just couldn't figure it out.


I want to kill myself but... by Hugh Sibblekat - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 02:34:10 EST ID:teu3gLdC No.4510616 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Many scientists think that your consciousness ceases to exist when you die but physics states that matter can not be created or destroyed. Since consciousness is generated by some kind of bio electrical energy wouldn't your consciousness just continue to exist in some form after your body dies?
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Cyclist Reuben - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 01:09:52 EST ID:ZhdaBDWv No.4511084 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4511080
You seem upset, is there something you want to get off your chest?
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Nigel Fuzzlechit - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 01:39:41 EST ID:+RdIO6D4 No.4511088 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4511084
Yeah, the fact that you pretend to care about other people when you don't
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Cyclist Reuben - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 01:48:45 EST ID:ZhdaBDWv No.4511090 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4511088
You don't know me m8, you're the one that's projecting.
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Pah-wraith - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 02:08:30 EST ID:3PRLytnh No.4511091 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4511082
Is that a penguin or a dolphin?


lets talk about how great this band is /b/ by Shane Storm - Wed, 22 Feb 2017 04:15:41 EST ID:94M5vBPQ No.4509217 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Nicole Bass - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 22:36:01 EST ID:U9D/soU5 No.4511032 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4509751

I've tried to like him for years, I doubt he'll ever grow on me. When I first started listening to Dinosaur Jr, they gave me a massive headache, but they grew on me. Calvin Johnson never will.

Why is his mom still working? Isn't she like 60 years old? Most of my perceptions of Calvin as a person come from Kurt Cobain and Kurt fucking hated Calvin with a passion.
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Marie Troisgros - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 22:50:47 EST ID:iRXFO6KE No.4511034 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4511032
I doubt she's working anymore. She was definitely getting up there. This was more than 10 years ago at this point. We worked at the same non-profit. She was a cool old lady, very bright but definitely of the old guard, with sort of an aristocratic vibe. Oldschool feminist I think. It's funny how she thought of her son's music. She was planning a concert with him for the League of Women Voters doing a vote registration drive and was worried the bands he picked would be too noisy.

I went to her place and she served us tea. Calvin had just been in a car accident and it had done some damage to his brain. But he listened thoughtfully to the band suggestions I made and then booked his own, which was probably for the best because I was suggesting topless lesbian rappers who wore tape on their nipples and talked about sex a lot. Not really the vibe his mom would want.

He also talked about Built to Spill a little bit. The way he mentioned them I could tell he was a little jealous of the level of moderate and livable success that Doug was (and is still) enjoying. Meanwhile Calvin's shows in town were just attracting small crowds.

I dunno about Kurt hating Calvin so much. I mean, he had a K Records logo on his arm. Was probably just because they had a falling out? I don't know the history really.
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Henderson Crumple - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 23:29:37 EST ID:aViZG2oJ No.4511042 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4509926
I like these ju-males. too bad he's probably super duper against homosexuality.
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Nicole Bass - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 01:34:37 EST ID:U9D/soU5 No.4511087 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4511034

He just hated Calvin's style. One of the last letters he ever wrote was addressed to Calvin and his posse, the first line:

"I made about 5 million dollars last year and I'm not giving a red cent to that elitist, little fuck Calvin Johnson."

I wonder if Calvin wears that as a base of honor.


Ketamine by Karl von Weizsacker - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 13:32:32 EST ID:Nh9OG0LP No.4510784 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I recently overdosed (Pregabalin, I know it sounds fucking ridiculous but it was around 11.25 grams) and had a near death experience. I won't get into the specifics here, but it was some kind of "dream" (best I can describe it) filled all with kind of delusionary crap about meeting God and seeing then fuck ups of humanity and getting my life straight. The I slowly came back to myself (not suddenly) and was told that I was in the ICU, and had been under general anesthesia on a breathing tube the past few days. After doing some research, I found one theory that most NDEs can be attributable to Ketamine. I don't know whether I actually got it or not, but seeing as I was under general there's a fair chance that I did. But since I've never done Ketamine before, what are the hallucinations/delusions like? Would it be plausible that this was a result?
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Blair Giddytip - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 17:25:28 EST ID:+RdIO6D4 No.4510891 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I guess it could be possible
K holes can feel very mystical and unearthly
The mindset is usually more introspective than extrospective, though, and in my experience it's more of a relief from, or a completely novel alternative to, the usual storylines of suffering this people fucking up that than it is something that expounds on them
But different minds do different things.

Bottom line is dissociatives definitely can simulate NDEs and it could be a contributer.
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Jon Arryn - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 17:59:13 EST ID:Vz+cgys8 No.4510913 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I try to write every day and your gay experience was my muse to write a lame story today. I just started so it's not that great, but here it is.
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It was 7:00 when I went to the cabinets and got out the pills. The ones in the big orange bottles, the ones Mayfly called ‘horse pills’ whenever she saw them. She wasn’t around at the time as she was out of town, in Dallas, Texas. I took seventeen.
It was 7:22 when I started to feel woozy. A bit ahead of schedule, but that was never a problem. I felt like my legs were walking on clouds. I felt like my legs were clouds. I was cooking mac and cheese for dinner at the time.
It was 8:17 when my head began to feel full and I thought “here I am” as everything turned to clouds. Everything was light, even the thoughts in my head. Yet I could still feel each individual one. Each thought that bubbled into my head was so weightless and free, yet so consequential I couldn’t ignore a single one. I think I was lying on the couch watching tv. BBC’s Planet Earth-- the one about the arctic.
It was 8:55 when that black dot in the corner of my eye started waving, and as it’s edges rippled, began to grow. Everything else turned white, so this one island of color was all I had to look at. No matter what I tried to do, my eyes kept getting drawn closer. As I stared it started to grow, and the more it grew the more I stared. Once everything was black, it started to turn white and then that’s when I looked up. Yellow, orange, gold reflected off something far above. Off what, I’m not sure. A ring, both more detailed and ornate than anything I’ve ever seen yet a vague and blurry mess hung far above me. I blinked and then everything was blurry and the ring was even closer, and then I blinked again to stop the blurry and it was there but the ring was all around me. I closed my eyes tight and opened them again and there I was.
It must have been 9:20 by the time I got there, what felt like another world, and saw myself. At least it looked like myself, but not quite. It’s hard to say, I never looked at myself much; I don’t get a lot of chances day-to-day and I never was one to stare at myself in a mirror. But that’s when I turned to me and said “about time you got here, we’ve been …
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Guitarist Henry - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 18:07:55 EST ID:my4pT5Fv No.4510917 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I dunno dude, I've had LOTS of ket, but never had "too much" ket. It's very popular in some circles here in the UK.

The biggest trip I had off it was watching my friends head move back and forth like a bobblehead and grow bigger and bigger.

Otherwise ket is a pretty difficult drug to explain.

Most common drug I've heard people mention in conjunction with NDE is DMT.
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PhineasBrasslebot.rsc - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 00:31:34 EST ID:BMFzmxAD No.4511070 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4510784
Very possible that it could of been from ketamine.

My girlfriend was recently put under for a quick surgery, semi conscious. She was "awake" but she was completely gone.
When the K was wearing off, like 5 minutes after the surgery, she was talking, mumbling to me. just saying "I love you I love you" to me over and over again. I kept on telling her it was Okay. When she came out of it, she told me she was like in a hamburger world where everything was red and looked like hamburgers. and there was a little hamburger me who was telling her what to do / she was going to be alright.

Keep in mind this was about 10 minutes after her surgery. It took like another 10-15 minutes until she was really there. During the surgery she swore a few times in pain. Probably was tripping balls. She's also a regular or was a regular ketamine user and said it was like her heaviest trip.


offensive jokes by Andrew Zimmern - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 21:10:56 EST ID:mcTh3v14 No.4510978 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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so we all heard about that earthquake that devastated haiti a couple of years ago

anyway

>>2 guys in haiti walk into a bar
>>it collapses
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Andrew Zimmern - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 21:13:08 EST ID:mcTh3v14 No.4510982 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>Say what you want about Jerry Sandusky, but he always drives slowly through a school zone.
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Albert Brankindock - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 00:19:53 EST ID:WnhLeozo No.4511063 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4510978
A man walks into a bar.
He's an alcoholic, it's tearing his family apart.
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Shane Matthews - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 04:09:39 EST ID:wOWNph2E No.4511107 Ignore Report Quick Reply
President Trump


I don't want to go out tonight by Giant Silva - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 13:24:53 EST ID:VokDDCIZ No.4510775 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I need to get ready but I don't want too. I wish this was not a thing. whats wrong with the world. Fucksake

I am anxious why doesn't everyone get anxious.
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Jarvis Dimblefoot - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 21:24:32 EST ID:uIYyiEyy No.4510996 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4510992
dony een pkay thsg djot lke yoy dont wamt tl jill dkvf tdno
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Jarvis Dimblefoot - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 21:25:40 EST ID:uIYyiEyy No.4510998 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4510996
*1 gh 396
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Alexandra Roivas - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 22:06:42 EST ID:9UujtSAH No.4511023 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4510921
>it's like WTF has went wrong that's lead to most people I know having some sort of debilitating psychological condition?

It's always been that way, just that now it would seem people are more open to talking about it. Like homosexuality or incest. When you lift up the rug of humanity's collective issues, don't be too surprised if you find a shit load of bugs under there.
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Henderson Crumple - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 23:38:45 EST ID:aViZG2oJ No.4511050 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4510998
It's time to stop posting with your dick.


Skateboard hesh sesh by William Clapperton - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 16:48:13 EST ID:3Hycwkb9 No.4510862 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I miss being gnarly. I'm gonna start skating again. Anyone still skate?
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Mavis Fudgecurl - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 18:49:52 EST ID:AxmB5NGs No.4510930 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What was y'alls best trick when you did skate? I did an impossible down a three stair once. I could do triple heelflips with ease and that move wasn't even possible in Tony Hawk's Pro Skater. I was always too big of a pussy to grind a legit-sized 7 step rail though.
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Hugh Blackwell - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 19:03:10 EST ID:my4pT5Fv No.4510936 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Last summer I decided I should at least make the beginning of an attempt to start trying to get healthy. To kick start this process I tried to get back into skating, after being majorly into it back when I was 10-13.

I was 22 then, the second time I went out I fell and broke my arm.

I haven't skated since then.

Big up anyone doing it now though, I know that I'd feel fucking stupid trying it out but the truth is it's a great sport and more people should be doing it. It's just that it's very difficult to get into as a gangly young-adult when you're surrounded by teenagers who are considerably better than you.
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Joret Dal - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 23:36:59 EST ID:eTBGwVKM No.4511047 Ignore Report Quick Reply
My mom would never buy me heelys.
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Alfred Catface - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 23:46:04 EST ID:fVB++Jt9 No.4511054 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4511047

She did you a favor


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