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 No.1640[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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 No.9521

https://64ch.me

Create your own ib



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 No.9530[Reply]

Last thread, >>8841, seems to have hit bump limit so I'm making an even newer one.

Every time you visit https://sushigirl.us leave a reply in this thread. How your day is going, anything interesting that happened recently or just to say hi, whatever!
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 No.9600

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This sounds crazy, but do any of you remember the youtube comment section cult? Back when youtube had no filters you'd see a comment start normal, but then it'd copy and pasted the same "I learned the truth. Do you want to find the truth? Well check out [site I forgot the name to]" message. I don't even think they said that? It's such an old memory I only recall the gist of their comments. I know the site had like a scroll png on it. They spammed so much that at least one of you has to know something about them?
They were kind of every where. It wasn't just some bot, but multiple people linking to one site. They were also kind of unique because it was any earlier form of shilling your views online.

 No.9603

>>9595
Good Luck Sushi! Hope it all works out

 No.9606

>>9571
Thanks sushi, im actually already subscribed. I like his random videos on Christianity and history too. They come out of nowhere but I find them so interesting.

Trying to focus on studying. I remember why I did bad in highschool now.

 No.9607

>>9603
Thank you :3
Going to look up information about the company today and check out where I have to go tomorrow. Those preparations always give me some security and fight my nervousness.

 No.9613

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pointers in programming are funny to think about
Because you can chain them in a way that they keep pointing to another pointer.

so in theory:
Ptr_find->ptr_next->ptr_next->ptr_next->ptr_next->ptr_next->ptr_next->ptr_next->ptr_next->ptr_next->ptr_next->ptr_next = 1
works if you want to.

and i find that hilarious to just place that in your program just to have anyone looking at the code go "Wtf???? :DDD"



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 No.8680[Reply]

How do you sushi rolls go to sleep fast or at a reasonable rate? I've been trying to get a better sleep schedule, but a problem I've run into is that it can take me 1-2 hours to go to sleep. I know it sounds insane, but I can't fall asleep at a normal rate.

I've sleeping 20 minutes after getting off electronics. It helps, but it isn't enough. Any tips?
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 No.9577

>>8680
It's been kinda hard for me to fall asleep sometimes lately, I always feel like I'm being observed or that I'm going to get jumpscared.
The other night it took me an hour to fall asleep because of the fear. I tried doing something I read about keeping my eyes open until I fall asleep naturally, but it only made me more paranoid, as I saw moving things through my peripheral vision. Thankfully, it was a every once in a while thing and it hasn't happened anymore up until now.

 No.9592

Does anyone else experience hypnic jerks? It's an involuntary muscle movement akin to a seizure when you're on the edge of sleep – to me, it kind of feels like I'm falling off of a building or the edge of my bed. They're completely normal, but people don't tend to talk about them.

Sometimes I imagine random scenarios in my head when I can't sleep. It's unconventional, but for whatever reason that makes me incredibly tired.

 No.9593

>>9592
All the time. I usually feel like I'm falling, riding a bike, or walking just before they happen.

 No.9611

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>>9593
Relax. Sleep. Perchance to dream.

 No.9612

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>>9592
Yeah! It usually happens when I am right about to fall asleep. I feel extremely cozy, I start thinking about something and then… BAM! I think of something hitting me like a train and I snap back where I was before; on my bed, awake.

It doesn't happen often. Even tho it isn't really a dream, (sorta) I keep that event in my dream diary.



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 No.8722[Reply]

Do you usually have dreams? What usually happens in your dreams? Are you a lucid dreamer? feel free to share dreams you've recently experienced and have other sushi rolls psychoanalyze you
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 No.9525

I dream a lot. I get a lot of reoccurring elements in my dreams, like trying to find clothes before going out, being back in a school setting (with the school looking a bit different than reality), being at a store looking at games or movies, my house being larger/grander than it actually is. If I'm driving, 50% of the time, I end up going off a cliff, but land as if it's a cartoon, car gets a dent and I just drive off safely.

I usually write down my dreams but only if they're action-oriented. A lot of times, my dreams shift halfway through. For example, I had a dream I was in Samus' suit, but I was still myself. I'm going through a dark apartment building and start shooting into the dark. Monsters are gone and so is the suit and now I'm just looking through a room digging around for clues as if I was a detective.

 No.9526

>>8722
I dream a lot, I think I always did, but when I tried to learn lucid dreaming I started a dream diary and since then I remember them a lot more. Before that I thought I'd rarely dream. With time you notice imagery that reappears, for me it's mostly water (the sea, floodings or rivers/lakes appear a lot in my dreams). I also dream a lot about friends and family.
Lucid dreaming isn't nearly as fun as people make it out to be and I personally prefer not lucid dreaming. My dreams feel more "authentic" if I didn't.
I used to have nightmares in the past, where the constant theme was "being unable to help" or being isolated. One of the reoccuring ones was me being tied to a pipe in a concrete room where I have to watch as two kidnappers execute people I care about before me one by one. Really glad I don't have those anymore.

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Dreamt of being a strong man

 No.9609

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Dreamt of a term that apparently does not exist that meant "The act by which little boys are made to act as little girls". A bunch of little boys with an oxidated iron mask that looked like the rabbit from SH3, wearing a blue apron kinda like Alice, were crouching together in the darkness. They were in an old wooden house on top of a hill that looked like a mountain.

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>>9609
The term, though I remember it starting with an R, was "Morrasicalia"



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 No.8552[Reply]

Let's have a thread for friendly ladying about life's little pains.
After 10 or so years of my right jaw clicking when opening and closing, I got a sudden pain and now my jaw doesn't click anymore. Thing is, I can only open my mouth about half of what I used to be able to. Seeing the dentist on Thursday but feeling some despair. Not in terrible pain though, just some soreness.

What's bothering you?
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 No.9494

>what ails you
I want a holiday where I get pampered but I'm stuck. *sigh*

 No.9601

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My schools spellcheck software. I don't know how something so bad can exist in this current age

 No.9602

>>9601
Your school has its own spellcheck? Is it some kind of add on in word or whatever?

 No.9604

last week I had a small pimple in my armpit.
two days ago the pimple had grown into a ping-pong ball sized enflamed boil that felt like a hot knife
today I saw the doctor who cut it open immediately (damn, the lidocaine injection hurt like a friendly lady)
as of now it's still sore and leaking pus, but it doesn't hurt near as much as yesterday.
by next week I'll probably have forgotten about it.
Amazing how fast your bodily condition can change.

 No.9605

>>9601
"midsized" should be hyphenated.



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 No.6652[Reply]

(Didn't see a particular thread for this topic so making one) Anyone here married/have a family or otherwise older than the average imageboard user?

I hit 31 this year, have had a family for several years. Grew up and still enjoy chan culture yet somehow I've become trapped in suburban normie hell. It's a weird sort of loneliness. Anyone else know this feel?
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 No.9582

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>>8023
Im 26yo but I still remember the old times when internet and computer was just something for "Nerds". My father is a programmer so i had an own MSDOS-computer since I was 3 years old.
I think 4chan had its peak around 2006. It was still an underground website but was also very popular. I was only lurking around the time because I was to young to actually say something meaningful or intelligent. There were tutorials passed around on /b/ how to hack atm's, vending machines and IP-cameras. DDoSing the CIA-Servers and shit like that. There were also regulary whistleblowers who leaked government documents on /pol/. It really felt like a secret society and being part of a revolution. I always hoped that we would be able to smash the mainstream media, overthrow the government and fuck over rich corporations.

Nowadays it is full of disgusting dumb normies. The boomermeme isnt just a joke.
Most people on imageboards are really 30+ senile "boomers" who completly forgotten our roots and cause. Most of them are also newfags who never cared in the first place. 4cuck is absolutly unusable at this point.

I dont think that anyone on IBs is younger than 18. The younger people only use their dumbphones now and dance awkwardly on tiktok or younow. Most of them also dont have the computer skillz anymore.

 No.9587

>>9582
>Nowadays it is full of disgusting dumb normies.
A bit OT, but I decided to check what /g/ was up to and I saw a thread that was a a tiktok webm, video comparing apple vs android phones. It wasn't a buried one either it was about to reach it's bump limit. Only one person called out the weirdness of seeing tiktok on an imagebaord.

 No.9588

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>>9582
epic post /b/ro

 No.9596

27 here. Grew up on the internet but it turned into a crutch when the teenage depression hit. I grew out of imageboards by the time I hit my 20s but being chronically isolated kept me at bay. Sadly, it's the best alternative for a social life when I find myself without one. It's my fault and/or my brain's fault for not being able to go outside and interact with others effectively. I had a lucky break for a few years where I was able to get what I wanted in the real world so I was absent for that time. Came back when it fell apart again.

I don't think the culture is anything to be celebrated. Maybe it's because of my inherent personality but I get more mileage out of going on adventures in the real world. I don't even know if I get anything out of imageboards at all. They were fun at first because they were a novelty and I was a dumb kid in high school but it got old. As for the "normie" problem, I found that the real world has a much broader range of colorful characters and opinions than the predictable, one-dimensional channer rhetoric. And in 2020, it's really all the same thing online, the relevant platforms come together as an implied coalition whose users are superficially divided by which side someone was radicalized politically. Dunno, maybe if these were the Usenet days I'd feel differently about the internet now. But for today, I've passed judgement and the verdict is that it's extremely lame.

 No.9599

>>9596
>I found that the real world has a much broader range of colorful characters and opinions than the predictable, one-dimensional channer rhetoric.
I've been starting to feel this about chans and online communication in general the last few years. I think the predictability comes from the fact the people most active on the internet already have a lot in common, finances to have a computer with wifi, not doing much productive so plenty of free time, personality that lends its self to talking online or introversion, and a site or subculture with it's own 'vibe' and attractions adds a whole new layer of commonality. Plenty of outliers exist, but most tend to fall into those categories. It's just a trend that I've noticed and their is nothing inherently wrong with it.

Kind of sad how samey the internet can be at times. Hobbyist groups took the biggest hit because of the "plenty of free time" trait. I swear 70% of the time a hobbyist group gets taken over by people who spend way to much time on the internet instead of on said hobby. If you go to non internet hobby groups in real life they tend to be a lot more productive



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 No.6999[Reply]

This thread is mainly for music, but any other forms of media are welcome for discussion and discovery/
Personally I've been listening to Kill The Architect which I appreciate for its underground roots, lyrical composition and general style that Cage always had.
https://youtu.be/2Yc6_llRDbk
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 No.9277

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I guess not alot of folks uses /tunes/, huh?

>>7026 Gosh I love that game and it's soundtrack. Have the albums on my phone. Listen to them quite often. Some of the songs are really relaxing.

I posted this album on Uboachan before, but I really love this album by Win a Sheep free. I wonder what happened to the group. They made that album and another shorter one, but no other records of them exists online.

 No.9378

Cold November Rain

 No.9398

>>9378
Cold November Rain…

 No.9558

Stupid Young

 No.9589

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The adding machine. It's a tragi-comedy about a man who's sentenced to death after killing his boss and how he explores the afterlife.
Pretty unique for how musical soundtracks go. The main inspirations seem to be vocal and church music. My favorite parts would have to be the singers. Their voices are pretty off par for the average musical, mc sounds like a smoker and mc crush is shrill, but it's never grating. Out of all the songs I like Shiloh's, siloh? forget how you spell it, the most because of his emotional performance combined with cool use of church organ.



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 No.9553[Reply]

I'm going to be moving out to an apartment soon. I'll be living on my own for the first time. What are some tips and things I should do to get ready?
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 No.9574

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plan meals before you buy groceries
start a spice garden if you want, it's easy and relaxing and cheaper than rebuying them in the long-term. really all you need is a spot next to a window
>>9573
5 minutes of actual chores, hours of pets and headscratches

 No.9576

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I moved out on my own for the first time too this past summer. If you've seen the place already (and can see it again before moving in) take measurements of the walls and floor so you have an idea of what you can do in terms of furniture. You don't have to rush to furnish the place either. Outside of the essentials, take your time and make it homey little by little.

I haven't really felt lonely since I moved out. Maybe it'll feel off for the first few days if you've never lived away from your family before, but it starts to feel normal very quickly. It's peaceful- you do everything you want to on your own schedule, and you control who's allowed in.

Definitely stock up on things you'll want to have before you actually need them (think plunger, bandaids, the like).

 No.9580


Just moved out recently too. It did wonders to my mental health. I'm alone most of the time, but I don't feel lonely, and I can visit family and friends exactly as much as I feel like, instead of seeing them all the time.

I spent a bit too much money on furniture, when I could've been just as happy with cheaper used furniture. Can also buy kitchenware over time on sale, instead of everything right away. I agree with >>9576 Take your time, every little piece you add makes your home feel more and more homey. For me a cheap Ikea plant was what I needed to get that warm homey feeling.

I can definitely recommend getting a plunger early on too (I didn't…).

 No.9584

>>9580
Yeah, for me living alone isn't lonely. What's lonely is having no control over when and how you interact with people, be it online or in person. I think it's ok to get nice furniture if you're willing to spend on it. It's important to surround yourself with things you like. I feel like people especially overlook comfort in beds and chairs, considering the amount of life they intend to live in them.

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Buy a 13 in one cooker, air frying, slow cooker, and etc all in once, or something of the ilk. They can be pretty handy



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 No.4626[Reply]

Stop being so negative.
We live in the greatest age known to man.
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 No.9106

>>4635
>fortnite dances
I don't know why kids making asses of themselves is considered to be the sign of a falling society. Everyone does dumb shit when they're in highschool. It's just part of growing up.

 No.9142

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>>9105
Brush your teeth & arrange for your annual dental check-up.

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>>9142
Remember to floss & use mouth-wash.

 No.9303

>>9285
80's style Gura is very cool

 No.9579

>>4634
And only use it to stay on Facebook.



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 No.6614[Reply]

It is just sad that there is no hope for snow this Christmas. It does not really feel so special without it. Surprisingly, a lot of people I talked to said that they prefer it that way - what is your opinion, sushi? Or maybe you live in a land of permanent snow or endless deserts, so that problem does not concert you at all?
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 No.9542

>>9540
I would normally agree with you, but there should probably already be snow where I live, yet there isn't any…

 No.9545

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>>9542
Same here. When I was a kid we'd get snowy winters every year but now it just kinda gets wet and mucky.

 No.9546

>>9545
Exactly. I remember being knees deep in snow and having to drink hot tea right after coming back home.
These days if anything falls, it becomes black wet goop right off the bat.

 No.9561

Global warming makes me want to cry. A little part of me still hopes its some natural cycle but im doubtful of that sentiment.

Living somewhere with near constant snow is a dream for me. Nothing is more beautiful than a forest covered in a blanket of snow. The cold isnt really that bad either if youre moving and are dressed right.

The cold is more refreshing anyways. Ill take it over heat any day.

 No.9564

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>>9561
Let's move up north, Sushi!



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