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 No.1710[Reply]

the NPC meme is just a millennial/zoomer rebranding of solipsism, also it shows a lack of empathy

it's easier to call someone an NPC than it is to try and understand that they have a unique perspective and their own life experiences and that they're just as valid of a person as you are
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 No.1821

>>1820
In my years of chan browsing Ive never gone out of my way to bump a 1 month old thread

 No.1822

>>1821
I've bumped year old threads before here and elsewhere. It often gets everyone talking again. I really like it.

 No.1823

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Besides the insulting nature of this meme and its abundant use in dick measure contests about the hardheadedness of politically opposing groups, the core message, being a call for a more critical stance with public opinion, is not a bad thing.

I wonder who came up with that. The degradation of users to inanimate things, while implicating oneself to be the superior existence and the only one or one of the few to have figured out the truth, gives a strong impression of psychopathic megalomania or schizophrenic delusions. In any way stuff like this is easily exploitable, defiles discussions and might lead to free speech killing itself and this is not okay!

 No.1824

>>1821
Altchans really don't care about that though. If it's on the catalogue, it's fair game, right?

 No.1825

>>1820
To be fair, people in the current internet environment have been using memes and humor as a shied to hide their/shelter their genuinely felt views. How many fetishes have people snuck in to their posts under the guise of "funny jokes"?

There is a more obvious and related example to this topic, but I'll hold off so I don't invoke Godwin's Law on myself.



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 No.743[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

What other sushi rollymous imageboard sites do you frequent?
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 No.1812

>>1810
I used to like crystal cafe but I'm trans and, even though I personally would never make a point of mentioning it, whenever other transgirls would mention it (which is admittedly stupid on a girls only site) and get shat on or banned it started to make me feel unwelcome.
It's a shame because there's a lot of good conversation there.

 No.1813

>>1812
>I personally would never make a point of mentioning it
[on that site]

 No.1815

>>1382
Wizardchan went down in 2014, it was replaced by Wizchan. Its basically a den for incels now, I can't use it now.



Goodbye MagicChan, thanks for the fun times.

 No.1818

>>1815
You probably already know this but 8ch.net/tower/ is the replacement for MagicChan and there's also lizchan.org which carries the same vibe

 No.1819

>>1818
/tower/ is great but I don't really like lizchan. It's too like /r9k/ for me personally.



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 No.1814[Reply]

Oh my darling, oh my darling,
oh my darling, Sushi Girl!
You're so comfy, you're so comfy,
you're so comfy, Sushi Girl!

 No.1816

I always knew the hanna barbera characters where the spawn of hell.



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 No.643[Reply]

THIS IS BAD BOARD

 No.644

can't disagree with that

 No.1811

why hell is s4s

 No.1817

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>>1811
It's the gallows humour of the poor souls irom otnememing here. It's the bestest way to shitpost imo my onion. It's just feels nice to be bad sometimes.



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 No.1634[Reply]

I regret becoming a programmer. I should've chosen to be a park ranger or something instead. Too much time in front of a screen is bad for you. But it's too late to change now.
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 No.1640

>But it's too late to change now.
with that attitude it definitely is.

kinda pointless giving work advice without knowing your situation better except to say that you have friends, colleagues, and family who know your story better and might be able to help you out.

 No.1708

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>>1637
I resonate with this. I try to vent online but turn it into an artform. I think there is something beautiful about the freedom to arrange letters to show what i want.

But I do feel there is a great work of destruction to be accomplished. Novelty is lacking, reality is crumbling, broken, I grasp at the centipede of logic, thrashing, fucking itself, eating itself alive.

morality is an injection of chocolate into your veins.

 No.1808

>>1640
>>1637
sometimes venting can help in the sense that you are not alone in your angst and struggles

being shot down for having feelings or being sad sometimes can be equally harmful as negative thought loop hug boxes imo

 No.1809

>>1634
It's easier to change careers from programmer to park ranger than the other way around.

If you try a new line of work and don't like it, or lose that new job at some point, you will still have that valuable programming experience on your CV.



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 No.1704[Reply]

In this thread I shall assemble some big ABC's and some little abc's. I shall not do so to present evidence to prove a point, but rather I shall prove that I do not wish to prove a point.

I destroy the drawers of the brain, and those of social organisation: to sow demoralisation everywhere, and throw heaven's hand into hell, hell's eyes into heaven, lto reinstate the fertile wheel of a universal circus in the Powers of reality, and the fantasy of every individual.

 No.1705

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>>1704
Morality has determined charity and pity, two balls of fat that have grown like elephants, like planets, and are called good. There is nothing good about them. Goodness is lucid, clear and decided, pitiless toward compromise and politics. Morality is an injection of chocolate into the veins of all men.

 No.1706

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We want novelty. We are human, we are amusement, impulsiveness, and vibrant attempt to crucify boredom.

At the crossroads of the lights, alert, attentively awaiting the years.

 No.1709

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I have no right to drag others into my river, I oblige no one to follow me and everybody practices in his own way. But the door remains open to the possibility of wallowing in cushions and good things to eat.

 No.1807

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Notes From The Wired (Redlight Manifesto)

everything in the universe has a frequency, a resonance.
everyone in the universe has a private trap, that only they can see
I will wish you luck but first I will say 3 things:
1. I hate phrases and people who spout phrases. But mostly people who spout phrases.
2. I hate small talk and people who constantly small talk. But mostly people who constantly small talk.
3. I love justice, truth, and true comradeship, and all of humanity on an equal footing.

I know, greater than those who would consider themselves cultivated and decent, what is sublime and beautiful!

I live, or love to fall into the common routine, that which is life.
I despise, or hate with terror any form of eccentricity in myself.
I am more highly developed because I love to be the most cowardly and slave-like.
Not only do I fancy this, but I am in fact the most coward and slave-like.
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 No.1786[Reply]

sushichan sushichan sushichan sushichan sushichan sushichan sushichan sushichan

spent two racks on a new game
mai waifu luh do cocaine

 No.1787

I checked his verse on Gucci Gang and what the fuck, amazing something so low effort is selling so well. Marxists won.

 No.1788

>>1787
>Marxists
Yea… the Marxists are the reason that Gucci Gang makes bank and not the people who like their music.

Here's a quotable, for every single record exec,
Get yo fuckin' hands outta muh waifu, nigga, like Malcolm X!

 No.1789

>>1787
Music doesn't have to be complicated or have deep lyrics. The human brain enjoys rhythm. Basic rhythms are the most accessible for large audiences. It's not a book, it's a song. A song doesn't need to be meaningful. Instrumental music is proof of that.

I don't really like Lil Pump, but let's not pretend that every song has to be extremely intellectual.

Only liking "smart" music just comes off as boring and pretentious. I'd rather listen to fun and silly music. Not everything has to be super serious all the time.

>>1788
Immortal Technique rubs me the wrong way. It sounds like he's trying way too hard to sound smart and well-versed in political issues when really it's just mediocrity dressed up with a thesaurus. Reminds me of Rage Against The Machine or Banksy. Political issues summed up in overly-simplified sound bites that sound good to dilettantes.

 No.1790

>>1789
>It sounds like he's trying way too hard to sound smart and well-versed in political issues when really it's just mediocrity dressed up with a thesaurus.

That was the reason I posted a song of his, to mock the idea of "smart music". I used to love his raps until I realized he just talks big and isn't that clever. I'd rather hear "stupid" music than "smart" music any day.

 No.1791

>>1788
>>1789
I was half-serious, half-joking. I completely understand the concept of something being catchy.



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 No.1686[Reply]

It's October. Let's talk about uncomfy, creepy experiences. Just today, I was at the grocery store with my grandma and this man starts asking me if I was racist and telling that I seem like a "cool guy" and he tries to separate me from my kinda slow walking and in pain grandma telling me that someone from Texas didn't have enough money for gas and that we should go together to get money for this guy from the ATM. This guy was super sketchy and I walked away back to my party, paid for our food and got the fuck out of there. I've been kinda on edge for the rest of the day. I'm fine with helping people within reason but the way he was trying to get me alone was horrible. What was truly scary was the fact that I'm sure he picked me because I looked weak, stupid, and easily to fool plus he talked about how the world is full of nothing but selfish people and I should donate money randomly because "God will pay you back" or whatever.

I hope no one else fell for his tricks. And on the very low chance there was a Texas man with no money and stranded near the store, I hope he is okay. Fuck scammers though.
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 No.1743

>>1742
Oh man, I'm the OP, that reminds me of another uncomfy experience. I was at work and a customer calls me looking for a certain item. I get a cordless phone but I think I either misplaced it or couldn't use it so I used the corded phone and had to walk away. Once I found the information they needed I picked up the phone to hear the guy being verbally abuse to his girlfriend talking about how he is the man. I freeze since I'm not sure how to approach this at all, after a few minutes I say, "Hello?" and then tell the guy what he needed and I get, "Okay, thanks buddy!!" All cool and everything even though I just heard this girl shouting "quit it!" and him being really terrible. It was just terrible.

 No.1746

>>1743
I had a shituation like that once too. Customer came to my counter to complain about the treatment he got from one of my coworkers a few days earlier. I don't exactly remember what his real complaint was about, but throughout going on about "our new contrymen", so it made me wonder if his complaint was about the treatment, or about his golden brown skin and exotic accent. Told him to leave and not come back until he had fixed his attitude.

I was scared about how my boss would react when he would find out, but turned out he was totally cool with it.

If it weren't for some of these abusive people, retail work could be pretty enjoyable.

 No.1747

>>1687
One of the best tricks is to just stay in motion. Keep walking to wherever you were going at a good pace, don't stop and talk to them. Just today two younger guys walked up to me outside a check cashing place asking for cash for bus fare. I said something along the lines of "Sorry I can't a coworker borrowed some cash from me today good luck bye" and got in my car; they never got a word in edgewise. Terrible as it is, I'm asked for money from strangers on a near-daily basis and I'm almost entirely desensitized to their plight. It's hard enough for me to get along without giving cash to everyone who asks.

 No.1774

>>1693
A little advice about the hallucinations:
When you wake up, keep your eyes closed at first and move around. Rolling back and forth a couple times is good. I haven't woken up to a hallucination in months but I used to get them all the time. If you do have one, just get up and ignore it instead of staring at it.
Lastly, don't be afraid to see a psychiatrist about any of this, especially if it gets worse. They're around to help and won't force anything on you (unless you're dangerous).

 No.1785

my worst experience was alcohol withdrawal syndrome
nothing beats delirium tremens and feeling of dying
well actually I was literally dying, not just "feeling" it



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 No.1768[Reply]

the mods fucking banned me. the mods fucking banned me the mods fucking banned me.

i was on 4chan and i told a story from when i was 16, then everyone was like "OOOH SO YOUR 16 ARE YA?" and i tried to tell them i was 18 and that i used the wrong grammer to make it sound like i was 16 now but i still got FUCKING BANNED.
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 No.1771

OP, it's not my place to tell you have to live your life, but consider that you got banned by 4chan. There are a lot of sushis that would kill to be as young as you are and be cut off at the knees with 4chan and it's even worse cousin, 8chan. You have a dream right? Surely it isn't related to 4chan. All that time on 4chan could be used for great things. Just food for thought.

 No.1772

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Serves you right for caring what sushi roll thinks.

 No.1773

Serves you right, underage.

 No.1775

>>1770

>got banned from 4chan

>one more reason to pull the trigger

You need to stop using the internet.

 No.1776

Imagine being 18 and behaving like that.



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 No.1748[Reply]

I'm starting to understand why I drink so much. It's not just for fun or for the hell of it. I'm self-medicating for anxiety and depression. I know this isn't a permanent solution, but I don't know what else to do to cope.

 No.1752

Do you have something else to do? Might be from lack of activities and hobbies. When you feel like having a bit of a drink, do you think going for a walk or start working on a project would help keep you away from alcohol?

I think I do understand how such things happens, due to how nicer life seems to get when I've had a drink or two. General mood goes up, not as depressed. I try to restrict my drinking to specific days (only on fridays and saturdays). I don't know if there is a chance of me being an alcoholic, but I don't want to risk becoming one from having too many drinks on a regular basis.

 No.1755

>>1752
>Do you have something else to do? Might be from lack of activities and hobbies.
No, the opposite. Too much stuff to do. Not hobbies per se, but obligations. Work, bills, classes, social life (which seems like a chore), etc.

I don't drink out of a lack of things to do. I drink when I feel overwhelmed because of having too many things to do.

 No.1777

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How does drinking help you with depression? When I drink it just makes it much worse because I can't control my emotions or my body at all, to the point where I end up sobbing in a puddle of puke begging god to kill me with one breath and blaspheming god for ending it with the next.



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