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Remember to keep it cozy!

Captchas didn't work. Sticking to janitors while we try to think of something else.

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 No.294[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

This was one of my favourite threads on the old sushichan. Post comfortable audiovisual experiences utilising the WebMatroska container format.

The audio is: Boards of Canada - roygbiv
The video is of San Francisco in 1905.
https://www.loc.gov/item/00694408/
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Musician is Moyun @ youtube

 No.16717

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>>16716
Very cool. I've heard a lot of pachabels csushi roll remixes but I've never heard one on a chinese harp

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>>16717
Glad you like it.

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O_o

 No.16824

>pachabels csushi roll
I just realized what happened here.

Took a vacation to lebsushi roll



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 No.16473[Reply]

hello
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 No.16743

>>16741
based on latest research

 No.16744

>>16738
you could've gone alone, that's what alpha chads do

 No.16749

>>16744
Well, last time I went out to meet somebody was half a year ago. In this time I only did groceries, and occasional walks.

Also Robert would have a good laugh noticing my double seats ticket to freakin' Fallen Angels of all movies.

 No.16822

Goodbye



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 No.15825[Reply]

I love alcohol. I am drunk right now, sushi! I love drinking whiskey when alone… whiskey sour is out of this world. White Russian as well. What type of drink is your favorite?
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 No.16796

Speaking of beer, I hear some folks from Münich have all these barrels of lager they've been holding onto since March for this big do in a meadow, so that's another seasonal choice.

 No.16797

>>16794
>Those big orchards can even make a net positive.
Oh boy here we go.
Large apple tree monocultures where weeds have to be kept at bay and sprayed with pesticides is all but "eco-friendly", even if they are fertilized with organic matter mulch and organic pesticides, they inhibit biodiversity and are artificially kept at fixed stage of succession.

 No.16801

>>16797
I've misspoken, didn't intend to mislead, you're right.
To minimize your impact you'd have to stick to the older traditional orchards such as in Normandy, or similar cideries like Ramborn in Luxembourg who claims to be carbon negative and doesn't use pesticides at all.

 No.16802

I've been trying to cut back on the drinking to help my weight loss
I used to drink beer or cocktails almost every day but now it's just a once or twice a week thing
Still love a good drink

 No.16803

>>16801
Of course it would be easy to think monocltural orchards are net positives, given the lack of information on such matters in the public knowledge.
I reckon it would be hard to make a profitable fruit operation in truly sustainable conditions. I would know.



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 No.16557[Reply]

toki! sina sona e toki pona anu seme?

Toki pona is a constructed language, like Esperanto or Klingon.
But, unlike those it's absolutely tiny! If you're keen you can be fluent enough to chat in just a few days.

It's a wonderfully comfy way to communicate, and it can be great fun too.
There's a very active community, so it's easy to get practice, and there's new music, podcasts and stories coming out all the time.

The whole essence is simplicity, reducing things down to the bare necessities and getting away from all the confusion of modern life.
Kinda like this place.

Do we have any other speakers here?
Does anyone else want to learn more?

I'll be hanging around here to find out!
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 No.16618

This is the first time I see a toki pona thread kick off
Nicr

 No.16641

>>16615

mi kama sona lon tenpo sike pini tu. taso, mi kepeken e ona lon tenpo mute ala.
I learned two years ago. But, I used it for not very long.
tenpo pi sona mi la, toki mi li pona ala.
When I (first) learned, I didn't speak well.

sina ken toki tawa jan ante lon musi ni?
Can you talk to other people in this game?
ma sama la, sina ken.

jan mute li utala anu seme?
Do many people fight?
ona li utala ala, li pali kulupu e tomo pi sewi mute. tu, ona li lukin e moli ala pi moku ala.
musi ni la, ijo lon li moli e sina, taso sina ken ala moli e ijo.

 No.16645

>>16641
correcting myself
tu, ona li lukin e moli ala pi moku ala.
replace tu with kin la

i though tu meant too/also as well as two for some reason

 No.16703

>>16557
Teach me senseis?! Pony is a comfy lang for a comfy chan. Maybe we’ll all speak it one day?

 No.16768

For all you furries and weirdos

There is a great community of tokipona on VR chat

Where you can learn with others and also practise speaking or associated objects and things etc



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 No.14845[Reply]

what would you like to see? we would be in one tech and cybersec
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 No.14949

>>14948
it's too late! I'm gonna npm install all over sushichan and enter dependency hell!!!! :))))

 No.14950

I use Javascript exclusively on the front-end, like God intended

 No.14954

>>14950
humans made pc though

 No.14955

>>14950
God wants us to have fun installing packages ;)

 No.16638

>>14943
You can look it up on google. ^^b



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 No.4720[Reply]

Let's tell each other about strangers doing things that made you feel comfy.

Recently I went to the laundry room to clean some clothes. I like to hang around in the laundry room and play video games and keep an eye on my clothes because I don't trust people not to take them out of the machine.
Sitting at the table was a man wearing a US Marines (or some other military) cap, I guess he was a veteran but I didn't ask. He had a creaky old laptop on the table and was playing a Christmas themed hidden objects game.

Pic unrelated.
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Had a similar experience at a laundromat a few years ago. Similar setup, when I was at college I would use the laundromat, and I would bring my laptop and practice Skullgirls combos. I play with a custom arcade stick, massive thing that I've put some decent money into. As I'm playing, an elderly woman walked up to me and said "wow, that thing you've got there is just the neatest thing I've ever seen! It's like the old Pac-Man machines!" and I laughed and showed her how I play the game with it. She thanked me and left, and I just kept practicing my combos, but with a bit more appreciation for the game.

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There was a nice stranger dude who was really energetic about going to the convenience store and he opened the door for me, I guess maybe I felt good about that because I was feeling down after a uni exam that went horribly wrong, he cheered me up a little

 No.16498

A few years ago I was walking around campus caught in up a lot of thoughts and frustrations that didn't really matter. I saw some kids skateboarding in the parking lot and walked past them, thinking that they were a pain and that they were probably judging me as much as I was judging them. One of them stopped what he was doing, called out to me, and when I didn't respond called out to me again. He told me that he "Hoped I had a really good day". It was such a sweet, unnecessary kindness that reminded me that I didn't want to be the jerk judging kids and overthinking misery. Wherever that kid is now I hope he's having a good day, too.

 No.16588

>>4720
When I go out with friends and family, it's usual places that are considered cheap eats. When to a new one and the services was so good yet homey. Wait staff treated us like a long-lost family rather than customers. It was a nice comfy feeling.



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 No.4717[Reply]

Yesterday was my birthday and girl I wanted to ask to prom texted me that she will show up at my school.
Fortunate event. Got haircut and shaved myself, think I am good looking when I am fresh - you guys
even complimented me on face thread. I met her, few words exchanged and I asked her on spot. She said
no, because she had exams on her university, but I felt like she was going to say yes at first. Mind you, this was
the prettiest girl I know and I felt really confident talking so casually to her, knowing that everyone
was prolly looking at us. Later I heard that few guys had same problem, their girls just had to study for colloquiums.

Regardless, I felt really confident after that talk. I just wish I could have been always like that.
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 No.11003

>>4719
I don't know any

 No.11004

>Later I heard that few guys had same problem, their girls just had to study for colloquiums
Oof that's a mood killer

 No.16515

>>4717
holy fuck this is my thread from 5 years ago
still virgin, but kinda by choice

 No.16587

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You have to believe

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 No.6911[Reply]

Do you guys see yourself in the context of society and decide, ultimately, that you are the one to blame for your problems?
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 No.15350

>>6912
Own a musket for home defense, since that's what the founding fathers intended. Four ruffians break into my house. "What the devil?" As I grab my powdered wig and Kentucky rifle. Blow a golf ball sized hole through the first man, he's dead on the spot. Draw my pistol on the second man, miss him entirely because it's smoothbore and nails the neighbors dog. I have to resort to the cannon mounted at the top of the stairs loaded with grape shot, "Tally ho lads" the grape shot shreds two men in the blast, the sound and extra shrapnel set off car alarms. Fix bayonet and charge the last terrified rapscallion. He Bleeds out waiting on the police to arrive since triangular bayonet wounds are impossible to stitch up. Just as the founding fathers intended.

 No.16550

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Ride the Lightning

 No.16552

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Sushigirl is the capitol of everything is your own fault and if you fail at life it's because you're not trying hard enough.

 No.16555

Well most of my problems come from a genetic disorder which isn't my fault, and I can't get it treated because rich assholes have decided that my life isn't worth their marginal profit loss. So no, I'd say it's not my fault.

 No.16560

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>>6911
I don't have free will so I can do whatever I want.



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 No.5885[Reply]

my brother left it open on his computer, anyone care to tell me what a guy who rides around in a custom motorcycle jacket with his name on the back is doing on such a girly forum??

posting something random from his pictures folder, idk what it is but i guess we'll find out together lol
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 No.16366

>>16365
I missed when AI was just insanity inducing things like that, I really enjoyed just looking through it all and feeling my mind twist in on itself.

 No.16368

>what is this site
>tripcodes

 No.16385

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>>16368
Where do you see a tripcode?

 No.16548

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>>5885
Beats me, I'm just some lost webring black dragon roll.

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…Oh yeah, forgot about the word filters….



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 No.16503[Reply]

imma try it


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