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Post a screenshot of your current cool/cute wallpaper! Both desktop and phone caps are ok!

I'll start with some vaporwave vibes.
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I mostly just use some picture from pixiv as my wallpaper. This is a Nexus 5 that I intend to keep until it drops. I don't feel like other 200-300ish dollar phones are worth the upgrade.



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I used to change my wallpaper a lot, but since taking this frame from Kiki's Delivery Service over a year ago, I haven't felt the need to.


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Finding pictures that are nice looking but easy on the eyes at night is always a struggle.


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Hello sushi, do you own a car?

I just bought Audi A4 B5 1.6 and it is mad fun.
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93 Chevy S10

Not my back and it's a 92, mine pretty much looks the same though.


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Am not a fan of pick-ups, but this one looks fine.
I know what you mean, I would vomit out of emotions if I even scratched my car.


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I own a miata and love every moment of it
Planning on getting an S2000 as soon as I can afford it
Going to Autocross next weekend cause driving fast is really fun


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I've been trying to find a cheap used scooter/moped for a while now, but can't find anything (France). My only choice would be to buy new, and that costs at least in the 1300-1400 euros… a lot more than I can afford.

Scooters are definitely cool, though.


I got a skoda fabia, she's nothing special but I love her more than anything in the world. I'm at my absolute comfiest sat in my car with a bag of sweets and a full tank of petrol, ready to travel anywhere


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For the love of god please send a new invite


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 No.74[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

>what is it?
An operating system that respects your freedom
>why would I use it?
If you are tired of having your OS use you and always wanted to use your computer instead
>What do you mean by freedom?
Write your own programs. use source code from the internet in seconds. update when you want to not when it tells you.
Want to run a website? cool! you can set one up in minutes.
Want to adjust your hardware to your liking? Awesome!
Want to stop or make a new feature to a program you use every day? Go for it!

Its your computer! use it how you want!
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Nothing better than man pages in my opinion. In case you don't know what those are, you can type 'man [program]', e.g. 'man rm', and it will tell you all about how to use said program.

With that in mind, all the core utilities are usually stored in /bin. So, if you have a free afternoon, do:
ls /bin
and then man all the program names which come up.

Maybe you're already past the basics, though. In that case, yeah, learning bash scripting would be good. I can't help you much there, though.


I read a book about GNU/Linux and UNIX a long time ago, and that introduced me to basic stuff like ls and cd. Since I was already used to command and the old MSDOS utilities, getting used to basic usage was simply remembering to use ls instead of dir. The book also mentioned basic stuff like aliases and libraries. Other than that I simply toyed around editing files in /etc and doing as >>804 said, you can learn a lot from reading man pages. In addition to man pages, you can also get basic information about a program and available flags by appending -h or –help to the command.

These days, there should be loads of good articles on basic shell usage. I thought the articles on funtoo.org are fairly decent. I don't think it explains the basic commands for navigating around the filesystem, but it talks about variables and such.



There is also this article about the fundamentals.


Not sure how proficient you are, but you can get far with just the basics. Knowing scripting is useful, but I don't think it is required for most users. There are some neat tricks one can learn through scripting tho. Like when you want to make a backup of a config file before you start editing it.

cp /etc/fstab{,.bak} instead of cp /etc/fstab /etc/fstab.bak.


Thanks, guys, i'm gonna check these out. Btw, i'm at the basics level, using ubuntu on my second notebook.


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Mastering the terminal is achieved through trial, error, and persistence. Read as much as you can about every new word or acronym you come across. Don't be afraid to break things, either. Just keep on truckin'.


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Hey sushirolls. What are some of the comfiest games you've ever played?

I recently just finished playing Va-11 Hall-A for the first time. It's not really a game by everybody's standards but it was really comfy and a great experience overall.

I'd totally recommend it to anybody with a rainy night, some tea, and time to waste.
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Yume Nikki is good! Just keep in mind it can be a bit unsettling, sushis. Not in a horror way, but a surreal one. Still, a similar experience you can get is Lcd Dem which is a Yume Nikki fangame. The music is especially wonderful.


Runefactory 4 has a great feel to it. If you like Fantasy Life or Stardew Valley, you might want to look at Runefactory 4.


Outrun 2 manages to be really laid back and relaxing despite the gameplay getting pretty intense if you choose to go into the more difficult sections. It's just soothing to romp through a few routes every once in a while and listen to that amazing soundtrack.


It is a really nice game. I used to play it often back when I had my Xbox hooked up. I also played a lot of DOAX. The game is a bit silly, but I thought it was very relaxing to goof around with a casual volley ball game once in a while. Faffing about with mini games and volley balls was pretty fun.


Such a shame it got taken off of steam, at least there's still physical copies around.
Katamari and Outrun 2 are both games that I can play any time and take it easy doing. I think they're relaxing because they're both about a simple goal to go and do, no sidequests or intricate stories to follow. Most arcade games fit under there too, I can play DDR for hours. Even though it's pretty active and can be intense if I want it to, it's thoroughly therapeutic.


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Do you watch any artsy youtube channels, sushis?

I like watching miniature ones.
They mostly work with building little kits that you purchase online and you get everything from the wood to the wall papers and the little pieces to assemble things like tables and chairs.
It's fun.

Some of the channels I watch are:

HMS2 (this one also has videos on crafting miniature food and furniture)


The Square to Spare
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I quite like doki doki drawing.
The guy just gets a Japanese animator to draw the same thing as him and then the animator critiques his using his own as a reference.

The channel also uploads a lot of promotional type stuff and bullshit but that pro vs amateur are definitely worth hanging around for.

They also have some videos on painting and animating but they're not so good in my opinion.


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I've been binging on guitar repair videos lately, seeing the different little hacks they use to fix things is neat.

This channel is run by a pretty high-end luthier, some of these videos are really impressive!

This other channel is more of a one man deal, his work isn't as intense and exciting, but the way he grumpily rambles on about stuff as he does the repairs is fun to listen to.


Dave makes good content, but the way he talks gets me bummed out after a video or two. I can only take him in small doses.

A channel you might like is The Guitologist. He's a guy from Kentucky that does repairs and salvages vintage amps/electronics. He's a pretty cool dude. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-27OVmxHVxY

Lately I've been getting into crafting scenery and tiles for D&D, so I've been watching a lot of DM Scotty, Wylock, and Black Magic Craft. If any sushis know of other good crafters that share creative ideas I'd love to hear about them!


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I wish I had a kind and calm BF who likes books and history, and then we can watch calm anime like yuri on ice. Preferably around the same height and age as me.

I wish…
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I think you'll really enjoy it once the ball starts rolling. Starting something new is always kinda spooky, especially when you're in a leadership role. Once the first few minutes goes by and you get a bearing of where you are and where you're going you'll be to busy doing stuff to worry.

Good luck when the time comes!


This tuesday a new teacher gave us a class (wasn't bad), yesterday another older one gave a long summary of the same class because we unintentionally misguided her -we couldn't remember the terms she mentioned while asking the topics he taught us-. Both have the same style of teaching and used the same presentation, made by the new teacher, but they said different things to teach the same concepts. Her class was much better thanks to her experience; it was more fluid, shorter, had better examples, etc.
What i'm saying is, you are still green so you'll miss a lot of things but if you enjoy the experience, with time and dedication, it'll work out.


I wish my brain were a little less broken.


>that pic


Whats wrong, sushi roll?


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Pick up your sword 'n rucksack and lets go adventuring!


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This thread is quite a nice idea, I hope to see more of it.


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I always loved Vivec


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Anyone else interested in electronics around these parts? I have some experience with making my own (simple-ish) circuits and fiddling with microcontrollers, and I've found it to be a ton of fun. I should get around to getting a bunch of assorted electronics junk so I can start tinkering with stuff at home as well, I've got plans for a couple of gadgets of varying usefulness.
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The components themselves might not cost much, but you'll still need to pour a fair bit of change into tools and equipment unless there's some kind of makerspace nearby that you can use.


Hey OP! I'm studying electronics at my local college. It's pretty fun, and I'm finally getting into the math of the stuff, after doing it hobby style for a number of years.
Getting a bunch of junk is probably fun, but I would recommend getting stuff for a project rather than just random parts. Do you have ideas for projects?


I'm actually doing a degree in EE right now and landed a course with lots of hands-on work after a few years of not really doing anything with electronics, which inspired me to make the thread in the first place. I agree on random component orders being pretty pointless, I just don't have anything at home right now and I need to stock up on some basic things.

As for projects, I'm personally planning on making a USB handbrake with an expansion header for possible additional DIY controllers in the future. The main obstacle is trying to figure out the mechanical side of things, making it sturdy enough to withstand use while keeping costs low is always a challenge, the electronics are going to be the easy part.


I'm also getting an EE degree. I would play with hobby stuff more if I had the time/money… but I might restart a project to build an audio mixer that I was working on.
I found that the first couple of years did little to make me very interested in starting my own projects. Now that I'm deep in the higher level courses I'm starting to get some ideas. But I have fuck all time to make extra cash to support those ideas…. so I just screw around with LTSpice.

Do any of you sushi rolls have experience with modding laptops/more sensitive electronics?


I've liked taking things apart and modifying them since I was a child. Repairing electronics is also a lot of fun and keeping stuff from ending up in a landfill is a definite plus.

Minored in EE at university, but haven't really done much with what I learned there. Every time I come up with a cool gadget or another project someone already seems to be offering it for super cheap on ebay.


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My chest hair is too thin and girly.

I'm never gonna get a bf
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Oh my god, sushi, I'm so sorry.
I will weep for you and your perpetually itchy nipples.


meh fuck the people who judges your chest hair - you don't need them.


Thank you for your kind words of support, sushi.
I will always be a little shocked and disappointed in myself. I should have listened to my grandfather's advice on this and ate more bratwurst. That man was fuzzy as hell, even after chemo. I let him down, I wish I liked meat enough to have followed in his wisdom.


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I always wondered what people need hair for. Even transplantation is a thing nowadays. I would be glad to be bald all over. It would be easier to decide where my body ends and where the world begins, a common problem of my daily hassle.


A beard is nice in the winter. Going all Mumford and Sons really fills in the gaps of your cold weather gear nicely.

The rest of it? Doesn't seem to have much purpose.


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This girl is strong as hell.
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This girl is long as hell.


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that girl was strong as hell


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This thread keeps getting bumped, bt there's never any new posts. Some shady buisness is afot, methinks.
Anyway, have another female pro-wrestler.


It's all these long and strong girls lifting the thread up the page. Someone should tell them to stop it.


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Whatever comes to your mind
Keep it comfy
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I was watching some Cardcaptor VHS tapes i found at the thrift shop, which is already comfy(on my old sony trinitron no less.), and then it gave me the idea to bring back the 90's and get some inline skates.

but i also have this exact problem, replace coffee with nicotine liquid


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I just remembered I have both matcha and milk. I wanna try a matcha latte. I have drank it at a coffee shop once and it was really tasty but I'm not sure it there is some secret on how to make it or it is just matcha powder and then milk.

It's raining outside and I am laying down in bed. I feel like a cup of warmth would be wonderful.


This recipe is bulletproof. And frothing milk with french press also works beautifully.


Hey that daily kanji thing looks pretty neat.
Could I bother you for a name of the software?


Thanks sushi! I'll check it out.

Sure. It's a widget that comes with the kanji app WWWJDIC. Here is the link to the Play Store https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.nick.wwwjdic


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Alright, i'll be the first to ask… anybody playing Monster Hunter World on PS4? anybody don't mind doing co-op even if I don't have a mic?

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Personally I'm waiting for it to come out on PC.
I've got a couple of people to agree to play with me when it comes out. It will be the first time I will have played MH multiplayer so I'm pretty excited.


I personally couldn't wait for PC myself. Between PC delays, fucking around with steam controller support, and PS4 exclusive content I wanted, I caved and got the PS4 version. You've got more patience than I, and I promise you, you will be rewarded, because MHW is FANTASTIC. Literally the best it's ever been.


>>458>>459 I meant to reply to the post, god damn it.


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I have an idea.
Let's assign sushi rolls a random names such as udon, maki, miso shiru, takoyaki, etc.
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I like this idea, i also like sushi


The sushi thing is adorbs. I second this.


How about tiny little pixel sushis next to the names?


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I apologize, I dropped the picture.

I mean something like this.


I agree with this. It's fine how it is.


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There is a secret /pepe/ board for some reason, but is pepe still comfy or something we want to be associated with? Does it matter actually?
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OP why is the pepe in your image giving me the finger I feel very offended


I don't think pepe has to be inherently uncomfy.

But it make take some effort and dedicated intent to keep the uncomfiness that has become associated with it to seep into sushichan.


there was also a secret /b/ board, it would be c00l if that was back


We have lounge and hell, that's random enough and even uncomfy if that's what you want. Hell should have a different default style again, though.


Meh, a meme is a meme. Anyone can go and give some random meaning to it in their social circle or whatever, but that doesn't mean it loses it original meaning.
I think it's fine. We just need to keepit moderated in case some random person starts posting tasteless things. But I think the rare pepe thing was always hilarious.

Also keep it hidden, yeah! Part of the fun is to not know about it when you first join sushi and then discovering it because someone mentions it somewhere.

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