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 No.6113

Do you have any plans for today sushis?
Or if you're reading this later: Did you have a good day?

I'm pretty excited for today. Going to finish work on a project and add some new plants to my greenhouse while I still can.

 No.6114

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I just watched Black Coal, Think Ice - chinese criminal. Movie is visually stunning (and brave), very athmospheric and has nice conclusion. Reminds me of Blade Runner 2049.

The other thing I had planned for today is to sign up to local library and get The Brothers Karamazov, but I feel so lazy…

 No.6115

I saw a limited edition milk pitcher selling for peanuts.
It tempts me and my non-existent savings.

 No.6120

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Gonna start to prep for getting back into school, take on some leftovers. Need to work up my mental focus muscles if I'm gonna make it, slowly but surely. Can't really focus more than a couple of unbroken minutes right now.
So focus practice, and try to find some good way to reward keeping it up, not giving up on trying.

 No.6123

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I started the week in a very good way.

I'm studying at least and i think i'm being able to manage my time more than ever and i'm try to learn Python and some pentest skills.

 No.6126

>>6121
>>6122
wtf

 No.6127

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>>6121
>>6122
lol mods

 No.6128

Thanks for asking sushi. Today went well. I studied and went to class for uni. I even got invited to join a research lab. Though, there's a lasting melancholy that I can't shake off about the whole "existentialist ordeal." I trust that that stems from my own naivety and that it will dissipate with time.

Tomorrow I am planning on doing the same thing: attending my classes and studying. I hope in the morning maybe I can brew some tea and watch the sunrise, to add a little bit of fun into my life.

 No.6129

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>>6123
Nice. I bought some more ram for my laptop so I can run two or three virtual machines and set up a little lab for pentesting and reversing purpose. Feel free to open a thread or to report your progress on this, Python is not hard to learn but some of its quirks can be confusing and should not be overlooked (on the top of my head, what make a type mutable, inheritance and the super method, and asyncio). Check out Corey Schafer's channel if you need videos resources

Also, photos of your greenhouse OP plz

 No.6131

>>6129
My greenhouse isn't really in the state for photos. It was left untended for a good few years with family just abandoning plants in it, I've only kept it for about a month now. Still some plants growing on the ground, shabby panels, etc. Only have a handful of plants too, about 6 tomato plants (Only 3 grown enough to flower), as many pumpkins, about 4 watermelons, basil, some desert roses my grandmother gave me the seeds for, and a bunch of half living desert plants my mother won't let me trash.
I'm just glad the things I give a shit about are growing good. I may not have picked the best planting season but the pumpkins are growing wonderfully and since they're edible I'm looking forward to pumpkin pie come January. And the watermelons might actually be grown come summer so that'll be nice.

I really need to plant more produce in it though. Anyone here got good suggestions for a warm climate?

 No.6132

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>>6129
Thanks, sushi roll.

I'm studying only with a book of Python but i think i can see some videos to learn more.

Also, do you think i can learn Python only using the terminal?

I've downloaded the Pycharm and SublimeText to programme but it hasn't worked. Some kind of problem with the interpreter on Pycharm.

It's an idiot question but i never used this kind of IDE, only Bluefish to "programme" in HTML.

Also, sorry for my bad english.

 No.6133

>>6132
You can learn Python with a simple text editor and a terminal. You can install ipython with pip to get a friendlier interpreter, and something like black or autopep8 to make your code cleaner, but everything is doable within a terminal without much hassle

>>6131
Pumpkins are easy to grow and difficult to mess up provided that you have enough space and give them plenty of water. I miss having a garden.

 No.6135

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>>6134
* Two kitchen knives
* Maid outfit
* Pregnancy test

Where are you and can we please be friends

 No.6137

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It's raining and I have cat. Going to go find a cool pie shop later.

 No.6138

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>>6135
I reread it.

 No.6139

>>6138
I won't tell anyone.

 No.6140

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Went for a walk in the woods and found some wild mint. I think I'm going to put it in an iced espresso with gin.

 No.6141

I have some conduit and would like to reorganize the cables on the back of my desk in a less restrictive way this time. But my sisters are in town and one has brought her boyfriend who I don't want to meet, so I'm probably going to flee my home and go for a long drive until they go away.

 No.6142

>>6141
Why don't you want to meet him sushi roll?

 No.6143

>>6142
I don't really enjoy meeting new people so I avoid doing it unnecessarily. If I think about it, I'd have no reason to speak to him if he weren't dating my sister and that's a pretty flimsy excuse to have to do so now. But really, they've been in and out for several days and the longer I wait the harder it is to just casually greet the guy.

 No.6146

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More greenhouse fun, while I was moving honeysuckle in and watering things I found a friend hiding in the pumpkins. Thought you sushis might like him too

 No.6155

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>>6146
got an avocado and dragon fruit plant growing in my room

 No.6160

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Today was a very bad day for me.
I was too lazy to go to the lecture, then I got lost trying to find uni's library. Failed quite a few small social interactions. I did not give my best at computer science labs and later this day I touched myself to naked ladies…

Now that I think about it this day was especially awful, let's hope next one will be better.

It wasn't all negative, at least I made progress at staying off mobile phone and in reading book. I cooked nice meal. I also kept smile on my face most of the time.

 No.6185

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>>6113
Nice picture, sushi! I love Waneella's pixel art.

Today wasn't as good as it could have been… I botched two quizzes and the package I ordered arrived today, but my building's office didn't email me to pick it up until 2 minutes before they closed for the day…

 No.6208

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It's about 6pm and the grey light outside is fading.

The main events of the day were having a bath in the morning, writing a letter to my grandparents and going for a long, drizzly walk. I saw a friend spectating from the sidelines of a football pitch and said hello. Went to the supermarket but it was closing. Then I came home and listened to music in the warmth of my room.

Pretty good day, I'd say.

 No.6209

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Worked on fixing me old Honda scooter, back wheel is all busted up. Hopefully I can get it up and running again before winter comes.

Spent some time with a friend today too. We got some ramen together and then messed around with some instruments back at my place. Started making some music that might actually be worth keeping.

A nice day, and a good way to wrap up the weekend.

 No.6210

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>>6209
Good way to end the week, hopefully your wheel isn't too bad to fix. Wanna share your music?

>>6208
Mellow day, I approve.

Pretty quiet here. More greenhouse work, pretty light since I just needed to move some plants around. Two of my tomato plants are fruiting (A bunch of now 4 cherries and 1 beefsteak) which were too big to be on a shelf. Also checked up on the watermelon and I'm experimenting with some pumpkins, three in the greenhouse and 3 outside to see how well they pollinate. And brought honeysuckle in, I really need to grow more pretty plants that aren't just wild ones keeping pots occupied.
Plus some D&D I had to slog through but the campaign finished so I'm looking forward to having my sundays open again.

 No.6211

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I've had a really bad few days

 No.6214

>>6210
>Wanna share your music?
lol no way

 No.6215

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Well, today was a pretty hard day at work, but in the evening I found this great sushi bar, so I'm happy with such a nice end of the day :3

 No.6217

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>>6114
Yesterday I finished this goddamned book. Had pretty good day except for the late evening, I went all emotional for some reason. Good I can come to sushigirl in the morning and see that "don't forget to smile" note.
Today I have day off, so I will cook something nice and take a long walk. Later I have an interview for a university's radio, so wish me good luck. :)

 No.6221

>>6217
Another update, today was trash. I broke my nofap streak, got nearly run over twice and did poorly on my interview. Got ignored when I tried to talk to someone on the street. Also deleted my discord and left my group chat. Meal I cooked was good, but then I binged on sugar and felt even worse. After all that my mom called, while I was on a walk. We talked a bit, but she hanged up after she suggested that I am probably not walking alone.

Someone, kill me please.

 No.6226

>>6221
Sounds like you need a Noble Eightfold Path. Don't suffer, please

 No.6249

>>6128
It's been a month since I've posted this. I think the disillusionment of life is catching up to me, but I think it'll be fine, at least it should be fine. Today I'm going to read another book and look for something to smile about. There's no wisdom or higher knowledge in being miserable all the time.

Maybe I'll go for a jog or brew some tea in this cozy, chilly weather.

>>6221
I am cheering for you sushi. I hope tomorrow is a better day.

 No.6250

I'm on the very ass end of a cold but it feels like it's still clinging on - coughing and a bit stuffy. If my partner has the energy (they're sick too) we may go for a nice hike.

 No.6252

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This entire day was mostly shit. The worst of the modern internet reared its ugly head and was doing everything in its power to make me succumb, and the worst part that it worked. Y'know that one old meme "back in the days trolling meant something?" I kinda feel like that except that it's not that nowadays trolling doesn't mean anything, it just means one thing, to try to take advantage of social media algorithms. And everyone is doing it in such a transparent way it just gets like, do people actually care for actually connecting with each other or is it just about how much outrage they can generate?

But things did get a little better when I decided to take control of what I see through installing some word filters and y'know, I felt a lot better. I used to be one of those people who were against using filters but I honestly believe that there's perhaps something about humans not being able to process this much information going at them at once, and being able to filter out words that are obviously bait really does help with that.

Anyway later on tonight I decided to do some "old blog exploring" on tumblr and just click on abandoned blogs there and see what turns up and by chance I ended up running into this old place and I'm glad to see people are still posting here. I lost the link to this place ages ago before I even got a new computer. There's one other place I want to try to visit though. Anyway, I hope you all are doing good sushi.

 No.6258

I just discovered I accidentally ordered a dreamcast controller instead of the actual console and feeling pretty stupid, there goes my plans for the month

 No.6262

My bottom left eye-lid woke up a bit swollen and hurts a bit but it is getting better; i also found a cool site by a mangaka (Reiko Okano), it is specially fascinating because mangaka's sites are usually pretty bad.

https://www.ogdoad-najanaja.com/

"Welcome to my website.

This is a website which introduces creative works by a manga artist Reiko Okano.

I hope that you get to sooth and rest your heart by exploring and enjoying this website which is more like a forest filled with creative energy.

Thank you for visiting my website."

 No.6263

>>6258
I wish you were my friend so I can buy the console and then we'd play.

 No.6268

I'm going to have a good cry, and then start another fresh day tomorrow

 No.6276

>>6263
That sounds nice

 No.6277

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>>6262
>ogdoad
>najanaja
Naja is a cobra and the word comes from the sanskrit Naga
My almonds are reaching critical mass.
What does he know? Does Japan have secret esoteric societies? I have long suspected the Naga have some relation to the Egyptian Ogdoad and he started this website in 1999. Desire to know more intensifies. Here's a drawing I made a while ago of Kauket of the Ogdoad, the bird is supposed to be the owl Moloch, I know I suck at drawing

 No.6281

I got a lot of small things done, many of them are small steps toward a larger goal. Even though the incremental results are incomplete, obviously flawed, and need to be refined, I'm glad that I was able to take the first steps.

Perfectionism is a hell of a non-starter.

 No.6317

Today I went out to town and now I'm back home. I'm going to cook today and I'm making dumplings! I just made the dough and gotta let it sit for a couple hours before I'm bound to do the rest, so I want to take the next couple hours to do what I've been meaning to do for the last few days, which is to read some ruby books to start doing a project that want to do.
There's so much filling my days that I barely get to do anything I want to. For one thing I gotta work during the first few hours of the day, so I have about 4 hours tops in the afternoons for myself, which I use mostly for learning chinese because it's my #1 priority right now, but every day I also wish I could catch up on these ruby books so I can get started with my project but I barely get the time to do this. Then I'm taking upon reading fiction which is somewhat related to my project, so in the evening I'm starting to read a lil bit but I'm so tired by then that I fall asleep after a few pages.
So I guess I gotta take it little by little with the little time I have left to do my own stuff, which as I said, even if I can dedicate to my project, I gotta read a few books before I can actually start doing anything with any confidence. I can get started after a few pages with this first book which is supposed to teach me the language (I'm super rusty with any programming whatsoever, plus, I want to do this right rather than doing a bunch of guesswork and having to google how to fetch methods from classes almost every time).
Anyway, at least I have a project in mind, even if it's going to take me a while, at least I have some leisure to proceed…

 No.9261

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>>6317
Dumplings?
I'm partial to the Nepal-style momo.

 No.9270

>>6277
I thought that was a chimera licking his anus

 No.9271

>>9261
This looks super good. Might make something like this soon

 No.9356

Playing WARFRAME
It's raining so much. so I choose HYDROID. Hah.

 No.9371

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Cold

 No.9394

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Wheeee

 No.10344

Day off… playing the guitar

 No.10384

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Percipitation everywhere. Good day to stay in & chill.

 No.10461

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>>10384
Same again… Brrr… cold.

 No.10516

Had to leave the house 3 times today
First to shovel snow off the pavement, then to fetch a package from the post office, and then to take out the trash
Each time I had to get in my big boots because the snow is too deep for my regular shoes.
I love winter… when seen through the window from my spot on the couch under a warm blanket

 No.10550

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It's cold outside

 No.10553

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>>6146
Hey lil guy :)

Remember sushi rolls, if you can take a break, take one. Just be mindful of how LONG your break is. I ended procrastinating a bit during last week. Have some catching up to do!

 No.10621

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>>10553
Moderation in everything.

 No.10623

>>10621
In that second image, the coffee has clearly already been brewed, and yet the coffee beans and wick look completely unused. This is bugging me to an unreasonable extent.

 No.10698

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>>10623
It's being prepped for the next batch?

 No.10953

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Chill of winter still lingers. How?!?

 No.11421

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>>6113
A bit of retail therapy today.

 No.11427

Am about to study for a while. I just came in as a quick distraction before I did.
I've started a "research" project of sorts (ie. reading a stack of technical books), and I feel kinda pressed when I see them in my reading list. Well, what am I to do….

 No.11428

Updated my webpage.

 No.11448

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>>10698
Mmm…. espresso coffee

 No.11454

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>>11428
holy shiit I did not expect that ending

 No.11455

I've been eating more carbs than frequently as of late. I'm scared of just ballooning back to the weight I had two months ago.

 No.11463

>>11428
Nice, I liked the page on time management. Keep up the good work in reaching for your goals!
I might make my own page myself, long have I wanted to have a place to express myself much like you do there…

 No.11464

>>11428
Your site paints you as the sort of person who projects their personal problems onto everyone else. You've got it in your head that anyone who thinks/does/participates in things that you don't like has either been brainwashed by The Man or is The Man. The reality of the situation is that you're a casualty of the natural order; societies serve the majority, and everyone who isn't part of that is going to get burnt.

 No.11468

>>11454
Thank you for reading. Having forgotten all the injokes, all he could sensibly do was laugh along while wondering if I had gone crazy, then repeat the question. I'm glad you enjoyed it, even though it's my weakest page on the site so far, written late at night wallowing in the kind of self-pity born out of nostalgia for dead videogames.
>>11463
Thank you for reading. I suggest you do it. It's fun even if you don't have any readers. I'll do my best.
>>11464
Thank you for your feedback and I'm sorry you feel this way. I value your feedback but feel you're misinterpreting. Even so, you're probably not the first and definitively won't be the last. I'm torn between finding a compromise that makes the site varied while remaining overall neutral or keep doing what I'm doing hoping it ends the same way. Saying any further would surely end in a string of replies that at the least would move the entire thread to /hell/ so I'll leave it at that.

 No.11473

Shaping up to be an awful week.

 No.11474

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>>11473
What's the trouble roll?

 No.11476

>>6113
i cant focus at all today
my work tasks aren't very difficult, but I just came out of a very intense period of work and now that the pressure's off even the most mundane task takes tremendous effort

i guess this is what they call being burnt out

 No.11482

>>11476
Take it easy it's no good trying to get anything done like this protip you won't
Get some rest mkay

 No.11484

I'm doing well enough. Family is alive, not homeless or starving or anything like that. My mate is going through a tough time though, issues with his girlfriend that might end with them breaking up. I honestly think it would be better in the long-term for them to break up anyway, I don't know them that well as an actual couple but the spark seems to have died. Going to be tough in the short-term for him, things were tougher for him than I thought and he's apparently let a lot of friendships just fade into limbo. I'm just going to have to make sure I'm there for him.
Apart from that, my anxiety seems to be flaring up a little at the moment, shouldn't have had that coffee earlier this afternoon. Handed in my last assignment for the term. Once I complete my two classes next term I'll be able to get into a Bachelor of IT… at the age of 28.
I hope you're all doing well or the best you can do. We just need to stick at it I guess.

 No.11493

I went to the gym for the first time ever yesterday
I have a long way to go but I hope I can keep it up and reach my goals!

 No.11542

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I hung up laundry and stacked dishes on while I was supposed to be working guys, don't tell my boss. With important housework taken care of I got to indulge in some guilty pleasure Chuunibyou at lunchtime.

>>6113
I've been running before work for a few weeks now, remember the first time is the hardest, it gets easier from here on out as long as you keep it up!

 No.11543

>>11542
reply meant for >>11493

 No.11544

One of my chickens had a couple of chicks a couple days ago, and they died this morning. I feel awful ahout it. I was trying to keep them safe but I made a couple of wrong turns and it's my fault they are now dead. They were really cute, too. The chicken is depressed and I feel terrible about it.
I seem to be doing everything wrong.

 No.11545

>>11544
What went wrong?
I remember raising cickies in kindergarten, I guess the teacher did most of it, but I mean it seemed like it was a straightforward matter of keeping them warm and fed and hydrated.

 No.11548

>>11545
Well it turns out the mother had already been injured for a while. Yesterday I realized this and she was already being eaten alive by ants and maggots. She was still alive, but barely. I had no heart to sacrifice her, I'm guessing she's dead now. I don't really want to go and see.
Right now I feel there's nothing I could've done, it's just vicissitudes, but I feel bad for the chicken.

 No.11551

>>11548
That sounds horrible. Keeping pets/animals sounds like a fun time but knowing that I will eventually have to deal with situations like this is really discouraging.

 No.11553

>>11551
Well, not really, if you are careful. My problem is that I was careless. I saw people around here have their chickens roam free. I though it'd do no harm, but now I keep them in their coop and let them out at certain times.
I guess I was under the impression that, if left alone they'd know how to take care for themselves. If handled properly, they can be nice to have around. This particular chicken was given to me already grown up, she managed to get away from me as I tried to get her in the coop and thereafer never let me catch her. She slept on the top of a tree even if there was a big storm. She hatched the chicks on her own and I let her, that's how she got attacked. The rest of the fowls are doing fine.
Don't be discouraged, instead learn from my experience (sushi knows I did.)

 No.11569

I will now summon my heightened Inner Strength.

 No.11608

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I got a promotion today!
now here i am catching up on emails late at night. i must be some sort of masochist.

 No.11609

>>11608
Congrats roll



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