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🎉 Happy New Year! 🎉

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 No.6018[Reply]

Well sushis, I finally moved out.
My mom cried when she left my place since I moved ~5 hours away for school, which really isn't that far but my mom is a very emotional person.
Her crying made me cry a little bit but I'm excited to meet some new people and hopefully make some new friends.
They left me with some booze so later tonight I'll probably have a little celebratory drink ^_^
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 No.6021

>>6019
Thanks dude, I still need to pack all of my clothes into my dresser but other than that my room is all set up. Pretty comfy setup, I'm renting from someone that has a room in their yard so it's kinda like my little hut but it's comfy, it's only a little smaller than a studio apartment tbh

 No.6022

is this just for university or is it a bird leaving the nest situation

 No.6029

>>6022
Little bit of both, I moved away for school but I will not return other than holidays most likely. Once I get my bachelor's degree I plan on doing the JET program to go over to Japan and teach english

 No.6046

Your family was sad when you moved out? My family was happy when I left because they didn't want me anymore.

 No.6050

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>>6046
Depending on where you live, one sentiment or the other could be more common (although I think sadness is always in the majority no matter what).



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 No.5991[Reply]

Today I slept for 8 hours for the first time in weeks. Later the day I witnessed an honest smile. That's a nice day if I ever had one.

 No.5992

This thread is very similiar to the >>3880 thread, just saying.
But also congrulations on the sleep, finally feeling rested feels great.



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 No.5783[Reply]

Any comfy Christians having a nice time? Whats has been happening in your life. How have you felt god in your life recently?


Non-Christians welcome. The bible is a great place for wisdom and comfort, even if you don't believe.
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 No.5971

>>5968
they were right, considering the current state of the west

 No.5973

>>5965
Why are you even on sushi? Stop LARPing.

 No.5974

>>5973
>people who don't have the exact same opinions as me are larping
bruh

 No.5975

imagine trolling a christian thread with anti-christian posts and then having the audacity to get upset with the people who just wanted a comfy christian thread without any neckbeard atheist trolls in it

 No.5977

Religion has been added to the list of uncomfy topics in the rules. This topic will inevitably stir up negative feelings in people.



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 No.5895[Reply]

Why does it feel like in the English speaking internet everyone take your words as an attack on their hobbies/personalities and instantly start being passive aggressive towards whatever it is you're saying?
Have you noticed the same? How do you deal with this phenomena?
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 No.5958

>>5932
>yikes and oof
I can tell by the way you post you’re a bad person.

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 No.5970

>>5932

>yikes and oof


Now I dont wanna be rude but outta here pls

 No.5972

>>5970
doesn't sound very comfy or tolerant of you

 No.5976

Moved to >>>/hell/2145.



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 No.5806[Reply]

so I just found this board and it seems very comfy, I'm moving to another city in about a month and have been very confused whether or not it'll make me happier or not.
I'm gonna ask the people I'm living with if they mind if I get a cat because it'll be the first time for me without a pet
hope I can make my living space /comfy/
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 No.5820

wherever you go, there you are

 No.5821

>>5820
A shame really, that's usually the part one tries to get away from!

 No.5826

>>5818
>>5806
college?

 No.5833

>>5826
yeah, I'm starting prenursing but honestly I'm probably going to change my major first semester. I plan on getting my bachelors and then doing the JET program, I'm taking japanese classes starting this fall

 No.5834

>>5826
i'm >>5818 and yea, i just got accepted into a university a few days ago. i'm pretty happy about it but there's a lot of shit i have to figure out(especially housing) and classes start real soon. it's sure gonna be interesting



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 No.5710[Reply]

Hibike! Euphonium is beautiful and S02E05 is best thing I experienced in my whole adventure with anime.
I can not find adequate words to describe the cruelty KyoAni encountered.

 No.5712

it does feel like the end of innocence in a way, like it's heralding a new era. makes me wonder what the 2020s have in store.

 No.5734

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>>5712
same here

The whole incident made me reflect on the things I value and took for granted. The impact KyouAni had on anime internet culture is undeniably a big deal.

All the sweet images of K-on girls or Lucky Star reaction icons suddenly have a sting to them.

people fucking died in fire

It feels like a second 9/11 on a personal level.

 No.5822

>>5710
I just rewatched the first season for the second time, and I'm still floored. I love this it so much.

 No.5824

>>5712
Nobody really seems to know. There could be light at the end of the tunnel, but there’s nothing we can do other than speculate at this point.
>>5734
It’s even sadder than it was, stuff like Lucky Star and K-ON was so distant but now it’s somewhat tragic along with that.



 No.5723[Reply]

 No.5731

>>5723
there's nothing i hate more than someone acting like a loser to be cool online. its insane so many sushi rolls fall for this



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 No.5553[Reply]

I'm a peaceful and squeamish guy. I even feel sorry for killing bugs
even so, I took an interest in the army and the navy (I'm not a yank). there's something so cool about their disciplined and hard life, how those institutions can whip people without courage, without a purpouse, a goal, or a skill into shape. it truly is a beautiful thing to behold. I like how they harden mind and body just so average joes can face the unexpected. plus you learn cool things too, from survival techniques to self-defense and trades
and hey, paying you to learn all these things is great

still, I can't even think about myself harming someone else, and that's the biggest downside. it's pretty much what they train you for, too. are there any other similar careers that teach you similar values but don't revolve around harming others? I was thinking about becoming a fireman or a park ranger. similar enough?
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 No.5565

>>5561
well, I don't think that's what I'm looking for, but your post made me think about it. what am I seeking inside the military?
guidance, a purpouse, a goal. improvement, virility, judgement, maturity, a father figure. that's what I think I'm looking for

 No.5568

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>>5565
Go rucking. Get a backpack, fill it with weights, go for a walk or a nature-walk (or a space-walk). Breathe from your belly and keep your spine straight, as a general rule.

 No.5640

A lot of military jobs don't involve combat and a lot of soldiers never see action, even if they've been deployed during wartime.

Armies employ medics, orderlies, cooks, HR specialists, accountants, therapists, doctors, firefighters, etc. Combat training for these people is less about getting them to kill others and more about keeping them from being killed should the worst happen.

>>5565
It sounds like you're needing something to take the wheel in your life. A lot of the problems and depression of NEET life come from having too many choices and no strong pushes in any particular direction. The structure of army life might do you a lot of good.

 No.5648

>>5568
not so long ago I got injured while jogging and I'm in standby until my doc gives me the thumbs up
I wanna go back to jogging and taking kickboxing classes but I'll consider what you said
>>5640
not bad. nco school seems allright too
nonetheless I've done some thinking and I'm the one who's gonna take the wheel. it's for the best, I can't keep sitting around doing nothing awaiting for something to happen, or for people to command me. I have saved up courage, strength and potential that are awaiting to be used, plus I usually resent authority figures a lot. I don't think I could stand having an officer yelling at me 24/7

I'm going for the ranger career. right at the uni inscription line as we speak. not precisely the uni I wanted to go, but I'll take what I can. wish me luck :)

 No.5699

Park rangers (typically considered Park Superintendents) are Special Natural Resources Police Officers. They have to go through firearm training, do a small stint in the police academy and enforce laws.

It may not be the ultimatecomfyrelaxingwilderness job with discipline that you are looking for, but it is an awesome profession. Depending on what park/forest you work at you may have to deal with idiots breaking the law all day long or you may just have to make sure hunters aren't killing each other and go find a lost hiker or two once a week.

t. son of a park superintendent (who also had to go search for lost hikers @ 3am on school nights)

Farming would be an equally awesome profession without the need to hurt anyone. You have total control over your environment and can focus on a permaculture based conservation system. It will also whip your ass into shape. You won't ever forget the first time you have to go save a cow from a 3ft deep mud pool.



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 No.5661[Reply]

Did you know that even in research there is a mainline research track trailing behind big companies or well-known names?

Researching anything else is forbidden… at least as far as your advisers are concerned. All your special track research has to be hush hush while you slowly crank out regular mainline track papers.

Eventually, you either realize your idea and decide it's not worth sharing with your community or you move on, having failed to realize your brilliant idea.

There's no winning!

めんどくさいね。。。

 No.5664

fuck the system, fuck hoes, smoke kush

I've done research on my own, separate from my university, because academia focuses on shit that's measurable

there's too much of an emphasis on LaTeX, abstracts, graphs in gnuplot or whatever, and other pseudointellectual shit to make your boring-ass research paper look smarter

but real research can transcend academia

I used to think academia was the be-all and end-all of education, but it's really not

autodidactism is better tbh famalam

post it on your website or github or something, ignore universities

YEET



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 No.5562[Reply]

https://mobile.twitter.com/Bendart2

I will do any comissions, check me out, OC's, traditional as well as digital, whatever you feel like.

 No.5566

>>5562
hey sushi roll - it's cool that you're trying to get yourself out there and all, it really is, but you've gotta give a bit more than this. you have zero connections or examples of your work visible on this twitter, nobody's gonna commission from someone who's art they've never seen. set up an instagram, or DA, or something, where people can see your work, and share THOSE. link to them on this twitter. keep all your online prescence connected.

 No.5567

>>5566
i second this sushi! share ur work so ppl are like "woah i wanna comm that person!!"

 No.5580

Theres a thread for promoting things. You would know that if you actually browse here. As usual someone comes in, plasters their poster on the biggest wall they can find, then leave.
I wish containment threads were more enforced.



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