Anonymous 09/30/19 (Mon) 15:08:58 No. 6115
I saw a limited edition milk pitcher selling for peanuts.
It tempts me and my non-existent savings.
Anonymous 10/02/19 (Wed) 19:56:03 No. 6126
>>6121 >>6122 wtf
Anonymous 10/03/19 (Thu) 02:35:25 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.
Anonymous 10/03/19 (Thu) 06:28:29 No. 6129 >>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
Anonymous 10/03/19 (Thu) 14:24:17 No. 6131
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?
Anonymous 10/04/19 (Fri) 01:43:08 No. 6132 >>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.
Anonymous 10/04/19 (Fri) 06:52:13 No. 6133
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
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.
Anonymous 10/05/19 (Sat) 00:49:25 No. 6139
I won't tell anyone.
Anonymous 10/05/19 (Sat) 13:05:54 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.
Anonymous 10/05/19 (Sat) 14:41:57 No. 6142
Why don't you want to meet him sushi roll?
Anonymous 10/05/19 (Sat) 17:58:21 No. 6143
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.
Anonymous 10/16/19 (Wed) 01:54:24 No. 6185 >>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…
Anonymous 10/21/19 (Mon) 06:21:29 No. 6210 >>6209
Good way to end the week, hopefully your wheel isn't too bad to fix. Wanna share your music?
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.
Anonymous 10/22/19 (Tue) 23:35:12 No. 6214
>>6210 >Wanna share your music?
lol no way
Anonymous 10/25/19 (Fri) 08:09:04 No. 6217 >>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. :)
Anonymous 10/25/19 (Fri) 18:08:45 No. 6221
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.
Anonymous 10/25/19 (Fri) 23:20:18 No. 6226
Sounds like you need a Noble Eightfold Path. Don't suffer, please
Anonymous 11/01/19 (Fri) 13:30:56 No. 6249
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.
I am cheering for you sushi. I hope tomorrow is a better day.
Anonymous 11/02/19 (Sat) 14:10:45 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.
Anonymous 11/04/19 (Mon) 07:16:41 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
Anonymous 11/04/19 (Mon) 13:35:39 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.
"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."
Anonymous 11/04/19 (Mon) 19:47:53 No. 6263
I wish you were my friend so I can buy the console and then we'd play.
Anonymous 11/05/19 (Tue) 02:23:02 No. 6268
I'm going to have a good cry, and then start another fresh day tomorrow
Anonymous 11/05/19 (Tue) 07:39:40 No. 6277 >>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
Anonymous 11/05/19 (Tue) 12:23:17 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.
Anonymous 11/09/19 (Sat) 21:59:35 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…