Anonymous 06/16/20 (Tue) 11:53:49 No. 7839 [Last 50 Posts]
, seems to have hit bump limit so I'm making a new one.
Every time you visit
leave a reply in this thread. How your day is going, anything interesting that happened recently or just to say hi, whatever!
Anonymous 06/16/20 (Tue) 12:15:07 No. 7841
Not much to say, haven't done anything yet today.
I'm taking things easy.
Anonymous 06/16/20 (Tue) 13:12:13 No. 7842
I'm grinding ELO in Age of Empires II DE which would be fun if I didn't DC every other game
I'm also enjoying Bannerlord. Don't know if it was worth eight years of waiting, but I'm happy to play it regardless.
Anonymous 06/16/20 (Tue) 13:41:08 No. 7843
Today must be productive at all costs.
Anonymous 06/16/20 (Tue) 17:45:26 No. 7847
My mouse arm/hand strain has been flaring up again the last couple of days, switched mouse over to non-dominant hand side today to try to mitigate it, feels so weird.
Anonymous 06/16/20 (Tue) 18:59:33 No. 7849
I played some social deduction games with friends the other night. It was very fun and it was good for me to get out of the house.
Also I got some Port and Stilton to enjoy later.
I tried this and I could barely click the button to make this post
Anonymous 06/16/20 (Tue) 19:59:52 No. 7853 >>7852
I've never had a productive day in my life
It's not so bad
Anonymous 06/17/20 (Wed) 00:52:02 No. 7859
The admin is moving to a new apartment, and the site is hosted from their place. It should be back up sometime later this week.
Anonymous 06/17/20 (Wed) 07:50:53 No. 7860
I've visited this site like, 6 times and haven't posted, so this is the post to make up for that.
Anonymous 06/17/20 (Wed) 14:08:41 No. 7862
Do your best sushi rollymous!
Anonymous 06/17/20 (Wed) 16:42:54 No. 7863
First time visiting. Really comfy site desu.
I've been not so great, as I'm not working at the moment. I have been relatively productive though working on my personal web projects which were coming along very nicely for a month or so before getting kinda burned out. Going to maybe do some camping this week if the weathers nice.
Anonymous 06/17/20 (Wed) 20:30:10 No. 7865
I've been working on developing a (very simple) videogame using the SFML library. It's my first gamedev experience, and I've been having fun! It makes me wonder about my future. I'm currently on track for a career where I'll do non-artistic work such as coding data analysis tools for other companies. This is a safe bet financially and promises to be mentally stimulating, but I wonder if I'll have time to indulge in creative endeavours. I have a lot of different stories inside of me, and they all want to get out!
Welcome! I know someone in a situation similar to yours, and camping is absolutely helping him. After losing his job he went to his hometown to enjoy his native mountain range. He's the happiest I've seen in a while! He wants to take me to visit Pando, a clonal colony of Aspen trees that is considered both the oldest and heaviest living organism. Whatever you do, I hope you have fun!
Anonymous 06/18/20 (Thu) 01:51:47 No. 7866
Personal note: On 6-18 you need to send an email
Also my dad thinks the walking dead is about aliens
Anonymous 06/18/20 (Thu) 07:34:59 No. 7867
>>7866 >Also my dad thinks the walking dead is about aliens
like, that's a fan theory he has? Or is it more like, "Oh, the Walking Dead? That's that alien show right?"
Anonymous 06/18/20 (Thu) 08:52:15 No. 7868
sometimes i regret having autism with refusing to use high-level game engines. And also picking one of the most tedious hobbies. But being a normal seems like hell.
Anonymous 06/19/20 (Fri) 00:45:50 No. 7872
Who planned everything for you roll?
Anonymous 06/19/20 (Fri) 02:44:39 No. 7874
Well, err, I did. My parents definitely influenced me, but it was my plan. I decided to pursue medicine, which would take roughly ten years of training in the country I am in. Maybe my past self didn't know exactly what he was getting into. I am at a point where I can decide to just go to work with an engineering degree or I can keep going for medicine. Rethinking my options.
I am pretty young and haven't experienced the world at all. I'm afraid I'll live in an ivory tower spoiled. Sometimes I daydream about taking up a tough back-breaking job that'll make me more grateful for what I have. Or better yet, I wake up tomorrow more grateful and happy. Bwahaha.
Well, hell, that's enough complaining from me. Lately I've been thinking of buying better tea. Maybe I'll try tea leaves instead of tea bags.
Anonymous 06/19/20 (Fri) 04:49:31 No. 7876
I like that picture a lot, I've been more into kemono girls lately.
I wish I knew enough to help you but my method of using computers is to fumble onwards until it just works so best of luck sushi roll.
Anonymous 06/19/20 (Fri) 06:28:57 No. 7877
What is this chan like, I've known of it, but never paid much attention to it? (I've been to 4, 7, 8, end, bunker, Dreamchan, Lainchan, uboa, Shana, and some other chans, and learned their characters…) This doesn't seem to be a political chan, which might be a nice thing since politics has destroyed a lot of other chans.
Anonymous 06/19/20 (Fri) 09:30:57 No. 7879
one word: cozy. all you really need to know
Anonymous 06/19/20 (Fri) 20:28:43 No. 7889 >>7887
Christ are you okay? I mean, you did get into a car accident
One thing that helps when you feel flat is exposing yourself to new stimuli to break the cycle. If you can, try walking a new route around where you live.
Thanks for sharing sushi. Hearing your story makes me feel a little more grateful and happy to be honest. When I'm done with my education I'll try and live like you do. What do you do for a living by the way? What do you like to do with your free time?
Anonymous 06/19/20 (Fri) 21:14:22 No. 7890
just a fender bender, it happens in my job often enough
Anonymous 06/20/20 (Sat) 19:41:43 No. 7893
Are you a getaway driver?
Anonymous 06/21/20 (Sun) 01:17:23 No. 7894
There is a partial solar eclipse today and I'm kind of excited to watch.
Anonymous 06/21/20 (Sun) 01:24:05 No. 7895
Dreamed of joining a minecraft server, it was huge and highly populated, there were some cushions and a roofed part with a red carpet that were memorable. Then suddenly millions of monitors descended from above in a row order, each with the coverart of a movie of the previous decade. Smoke was outside the naval ship, hyperrealist creepypasta tier smoke. I've chosen one that was toy story themed, a friend of mine that joined with me also chosed one themed like that. Outside the ship there were ruins of a city and this realistic smoke. At one point a gate, not a real one but a texture that looked like transparent but had some orange/grey glow around it, like a bubble made with your hand, was crossed and the tvs dissapeared. Then the ruins turned darker and darker.
I think this is a symbol of how 2020 is the arson that burns the previous decade away, so we have to build new cultural references.
Anonymous 06/21/20 (Sun) 04:03:25 No. 7896
A distant cousin of mine messaged me yesterday after she heard that I have my university admission exam coming up (she took it last year as well, yeah I'm one year younger than her) and gave me a list of dos and don'ts and has been telling me a lot of encouraging things and honestly I can't help but feel at least a little bit motivated about this whole thing even though I'm probably going to fail and have to retake it next year but she doesn't know that yet. Such is the life of a lazy slob who didn't study enough.
Welcome welcome. Hope you enjoy your stay here.
Eclipses are pretty amazing. Wish I could take a photo of one that's not a blurry mess.
Wow that's a pretty surreal dream. I can never manage to remember the ones that I have, but I know I have them with this lingering feeling of an adrenalin rush when I wake up in the middle of the night.
Anonymous 06/21/20 (Sun) 09:38:23 No. 7897
Sad thing is it was only the barest slice of it, could've travelled to where it was annular if not for this coronavirus.
Anonymous 06/22/20 (Mon) 00:39:51 No. 7901
Looking onto Helltaker, I feel like something stuck with me. The game pretty much was made by people who browse imageboards (CEO of X, the "hope leads to dissapointment" meme, the sodomy prank). And it made me realize, while I was busy rable rousing with retards and basically doing nothing productive, these people were creating stuff. Undertale also gave me the same vibes, the "I could have done this" vibe. The issue is that, I didn't, and they did, and that marks the difference between them and me.
I should get up my ass and actually do something, this doesn't make me feel nothing but like udder shit sorry for the negativity but I had to leak it out
Anonymous 06/22/20 (Mon) 00:41:51 No. 7902 >>7901
Oh also, the most infuriating thing is that it was made by poles, the same kind of people that made images that made me lose my head.
What the fuck is up there? Is japan setting a colony in eastern europe?
Anonymous 06/22/20 (Mon) 01:05:28 No. 7903
Well I reinstalled, but I forgot to back up my minecraft worlds…
Anonymous 06/22/20 (Mon) 08:19:06 No. 7906
>>7901 >The game pretty much was made by people who browse imageboards
I wouldn't agree, I think the author of this game doesn't browse imageboards too much. The creators of VA-11 HALL-A did, obviously.
Hell, the game has an imageboard of its own.
I agree with the feeling, though. I felt pretty much the same.
While I wouldn't be able to draw like that unless I had years of practice, throwing out a simple game with such simple mechanics and writing _shouldn't_ be a problem. I probably had ideas like these myself in the past, but nothing came out of it.
So while I felt fun playing the game, it left a bittersweet taste in the end.
For whatever reason, yes.
>Helltaker >World of Horror >The Medium (featuring an OST by Akira Yamaoka)
Anonymous 06/22/20 (Mon) 15:08:50 No. 7910
Hello sushis, I hope everyone is fine no matter how far away…
Anonymous 06/22/20 (Mon) 18:23:01 No. 7912
Tokyotosho does still exist.
Anonymous 06/24/20 (Wed) 20:06:58 No. 7919
At least there's still a bat-nipple in full view
Anonymous 06/25/20 (Thu) 00:42:55 No. 7921
I asked for a few days off and I'm kinda doing what I wanted to do but at the same time not. Guess it'll make sense when I actually get up early and exercise.
Anonymous 06/25/20 (Thu) 21:31:03 No. 7929
Hi First time visiting, I'm doing alright just trying to stay positive.
Anonymous 06/26/20 (Fri) 00:24:53 No. 7930
Been taking night rides on my bike recently, to get used to biking again, take advantage of my bad sleep pattern. Just got back from a 1½h one. Haven't really been biking since I was a kid, only recently got a new bike that is actually large enough for me. So I don't really have that much of a biking sense, which has made me too anxious about it to use it as much as I would have liked to. But I'm slowly starting to feel more at ease with it with each night session.
Some roads just don't have any sensible place to ride when there'd be traffic though, like bikes don't belong there. It's too bad I don't have a bike buddy mentor to show me the ropes and stuff.
Anonymous 06/26/20 (Fri) 00:43:26 No. 7931
I don't have a laptop right now and the mouse on my desktop has been broken
Now I'm reduced to using mousekeys and keyboard controls to navigate my desktop
Anonymous 06/26/20 (Fri) 00:53:47 No. 7932
Install one of those linux thingies with keyboard shortcuts for everything and say you're doing it on purpose to boost productivity
Anonymous 06/26/20 (Fri) 01:59:02 No. 7933
I’ve recently gotten into a pattern of consistently spending time outside and only mindlessly watching YouTube when I actually enjoy it. It feels comfy and I’m hoping to maintain it for as long as I can.
That sounds really nice. I loved riding my bike around in the evenings. Stay safe on those sketchy roads and have fun sushi.
Anonymous 06/26/20 (Fri) 05:29:55 No. 7934
I was feeling super misanthropic, but then I found a bar of orange flavoured chocolate behind some books on a bookshelf and I'm now unreasonably content.
Anonymous 06/26/20 (Fri) 23:36:56 No. 7942
Oh shit, sorry to hear than sushi roll. Do your best!
Anonymous 06/27/20 (Sat) 10:11:16 No. 7947 >>7923
Yeah the slump is over
Now it is time to fool myself into thinking I can do self improvement. Then I will fall into depression again before I get anywhere, and so it goes.
Anonymous 06/27/20 (Sat) 16:24:09 No. 7952
>>7950 >Also the pictures I've linked, despite their creepy nature
They don't look that creepy
Anonymous 06/27/20 (Sat) 22:22:52 No. 7954
hello everysushi roll. havent been here (or to any imageboards) in quite some time. ive been trying some self improvement things recently (diet, routine, skills-learning) and for once it actually feels like its sticking. thought i might share this rare positive vibe.
Anonymous 06/28/20 (Sun) 00:12:32 No. 7956 >>7950
They look nice
What have you been reading?
Anonymous 06/28/20 (Sun) 15:28:22 No. 7961
i'm in a sentimental mood, what do you guygals do when you have that kind of mood?
great to hear sushi, keep on going like that :D
Anonymous 06/28/20 (Sun) 22:19:43 No. 7964
I think I found another pattern I don't want to have, guess I'll take it to the psychiatric.
You don't want something so you get a pill, but then something else appears and you may have to get something else
Anonymous 06/30/20 (Tue) 10:13:19 No. 7976
It looks like two girrafes on a rhubarb and blueberry cloud
Anonymous 06/30/20 (Tue) 11:03:27 No. 7977
Been feeling kinda down rn :/
Probably doesn't help that I haven't been able to return to a decent sleep pattern ever since I had to stay up till 7 AM and my sleeping pills just don't hit the same lately :/
Anonymous 06/30/20 (Tue) 12:45:04 No. 7978 >>7974 >I want to cry boys.
But why? Ganbare roll, all will be fine.
>>7977 >my sleeping pills just don't hit the same lately
I'm sorry to hear, I hope your sleep gets better.
Ganbare to you as well, do your best to cheer up!
Anonymous 06/30/20 (Tue) 14:49:53 No. 7980
There's been lots of posts lately so I'm happy. Good job everyone.
Anonymous 06/30/20 (Tue) 17:50:10 No. 7981
It looks like beetles on top of pigeons/indians standing on bulls on top of baby fetuses
Anonymous 06/30/20 (Tue) 19:35:42 No. 7982
Visiting again,not feeling well today.I've had an upset stomach most of the day.
Anonymous 06/30/20 (Tue) 20:19:55 No. 7984
Looks like a dude in the middle-bottom with three pairs of wings extending out to me, chuuni-style.
Anonymous 07/01/20 (Wed) 17:46:14 No. 7987
I've been reading Lingua latina per se illustrata, which is a book that manages to teach you Latin, while being written entirely in Latin. It's very cool and fun, especially since you feel as though you're really discovering the language, rather than __learning__ it.
Nice sushi, I used to play drums but I haven't for a few years now. Not even lockdown could get me to pick those sticks back up.
Anonymous 07/02/20 (Thu) 02:11:41 No. 7992
I am currently dreading getting a new job
But once I do I'll be able to move out of this place
Anonymous 07/02/20 (Thu) 04:15:13 No. 7995
>>7989 >posts from like three years ago
That's the beautiful thing about this place. I see my posts from just a year ago and I can see how much I've changed. I can think about the sushis that replied to my posts and wonder how they are doing after all these years. A slower imageboard means each post is extremely valuable.
Anonymous 07/02/20 (Thu) 22:56:20 No. 7998
Crying while reading manga, the stupidest thing is that it's not even a sad one, it's some dumb teenage romance manga
Anonymous 07/05/20 (Sun) 01:20:10 No. 8010
Sorry I was eating ships when I typed that, what I meant to say is:
I have been trying to stop cooming so much and avoid dumb things like /pol/ so I'm using other imageboards I occasionally used more and and quitting 4chan altogether. Its mostly Reddit but edgier now anyways.
Anonymous 07/05/20 (Sun) 03:45:12 No. 8011
I spent the morning sleeping off a hangover, the day grilling and chatting with the family, and I'll probably spend the night listening to city pop.
Same here. A handful of generals are still okay, but I found myself filtering more and more posts and just getting sick of all the dumb stuff. I like sushichan though, it's slow enough that I feel like I can always participate and comfy.
I compiled the Kuroba app to include /otaku/, but I've never used Github (or even git) before so I'm unsure of how to push that change to the dev. I've noticed some posts don't show up on sushichan and lainchan, so I'll have to dig into it more and see if I can't fix it myself.
Anonymous 07/05/20 (Sun) 04:50:19 No. 8014
I took a nap and woke up at 9pm, feels strange yet serene, anyone know what I'm talking about?
>>7989 >>8009 >>8011
It still has its moments but 4chan has been declining in quality year after year. The performative anger and constant need to derail threads with jokes is irritating, not to mention all the bigotry. Most boards are also too fast to have good discussions, sushichan is better for this though I wish it were a little faster then it is at the moment.
These look super neat.
Anonymous 07/05/20 (Sun) 07:22:24 No. 8015
hello. today a good friend decided to check up on me and bring waffles. we were supposed to take a walk together but i got distracted playing dwarf fortress. i accidentally zoned out and ignored my poor buddy. sorry friend.
Anonymous 07/05/20 (Sun) 23:01:17 No. 8020
at this point ik i'm unproductive and useless so i've just come to accept it for the time being and am currently waiting for college to happen so i have a reason to get my shit together
Anonymous 07/06/20 (Mon) 01:41:39 No. 8025
Looking at shanachan.org on Archive.org, they do have a board about circles, however the site is down now
Anonymous 07/06/20 (Mon) 02:05:58 No. 8026 >>8025
Thank you friend.
I was not certain that it was real or dream. Wish shana was still alive.
All things pass.
Anonymous 07/06/20 (Mon) 02:17:25 No. 8027
woah, shanachan is dead? sad.
Anonymous 07/06/20 (Mon) 03:07:36 No. 8029
I dreamt of stealing an ignition combination of a national Chinese owned oil company. Due to their surveillance system they discovered my name, I told one of the guys that helped me to give me the mask he had. After leaving the plant with the element, bunch of military doing exercises appeared close. One woman and man stopped us just to do disarment exercises with us and left us go after that. Returning home the group was talking how the comoany deserved it, and saw their stock plummet 90 percent. I saw crooked people on the news gather together and mention the suspects, I was one of them.
After this the wumaos decided to be more hostile and to steal our memes. It was no longer being China #1, it was "America needs to be killed" and they were smug about it as if it was nature calling them. The crew I stole the chinese combustion element was a woman more or less black, a man with a gas mask and my dad. When we got pass the military and wondered what the fuck to do with the thing we took, I asked this guy for his mask because I knew the surveillance system of china, and that this company would have the same things for us. Nevertheless, when things were getting more dubious there, a black cultist group ended up appearing and I used the slight pygmentation of my skin to go with them and pretend I was one of them. We got out and the second half of the first paragraph happened. Before all of this I was just bumming around somewhere in the country, I had bermudas and a shirt, and I looked like absolute filth. I don't know how I even found that chink company. Before taking another bus, it was midnight, a police station was there, it was filled with blacks again, trying to blend in I sang soul music, and they started doing it as well? One of them pinpointed my fascination towards africa. On the bus I saw some african related stuff. I've seen some strange plants that looked like a combination of a watermelong, a sperm cell and a fruit that hangs on vines, being harvested by a black tribe with their heads looking like eggs. When I was talking to my dad about the company crashing, he said they deserved it. He also took into account when I said all companies in the country have their meddlings on it. We were driving somewhere that looked like an italian street with the architecture and streets going up and down and the signs of restaurants looking as such, the colours brick orange/red and light blue were the primary ones there. I was in the backseat so his head with curled hair covered some of the view. Does this board have a dreams thread? I think this would fit in there better
Anonymous 07/06/20 (Mon) 20:13:42 No. 8032
Trying to be productive, but since My b-days tomorrow I feel like a deserve a break.
I started this thing were I google every person at the end credits of a show for fun and I've found >Many crew members have exactly 0 social media or 1 linkend profile >According to an interview many producers like it when a show gets a lot of seasons, no matter the quality, because they don't have to go job hunting >Sites exist to catalog and hire writter/VFX/etc artists >The man who did background art on Avatar worked on American dads backgrounds >Some people have worked on family guy 7+ years
Anonymous 07/06/20 (Mon) 21:10:45 No. 8033
that's actually pretty interesting
Anonymous 07/06/20 (Mon) 21:18:52 No. 8034
same guy as before, decided to ask friends in group chat to meet up irl so i guess things are looking better
Anonymous 07/07/20 (Tue) 20:37:53 No. 8049
>>8042 >i lost the independence/freedom of living by myself due to financial issues, as a result had to move back with parents
I've been there myself and probably will be again. Do your best, roll. I'd love to see pictures of your walk.
Anonymous 07/07/20 (Tue) 23:52:23 No. 8052
Happy birthday, sushi!
I can't post in that thread because it's not my birthday!
Anonymous 07/08/20 (Wed) 02:27:25 No. 8054 >>8049
not exactly stunning by any means
but i always admired how the power lines look near sunset
sorry to hear you've been through that sort of hardship
i'm learning to cope now
Anonymous 07/08/20 (Wed) 02:35:24 No. 8055
Hey that's pretty beautiful. Power lines always looked kinda cool to me. Learning coping skills and improving yourself is never easy. God knows I still struggle with it. Thanks for sharing and best of luck stranger.
Anonymous 07/08/20 (Wed) 06:09:27 No. 8057
Good morning/afternoon/evening/night everyone! Hope you had a nice day and if you didn't remember there's always tomorrow.
Happy birthday, sushi! I think I missed it but its the thought that counts. I find that first point interesting, even if their roles are small they have a little piece of themselves enshrined in pop culture without any recognition.
I get the impression that a lot of people on this site are lonely, maybe attracted by the friendly vibe. While we don't know each other and will probably never meet, I like to think that -on some level- we're all friends here.
I had a lot of trouble sleeping a few nights ago because of this same thing, ended up staying awake until 5am. I wish I could give some advice but I have nothing. Sincerely hoping you start to feel better soon.
Anonymous 07/08/20 (Wed) 18:21:08 No. 8063 >>7978 >all will be fine
Thanks, based yui-poster!
Zoom lectures are still weird. I've been doing some casual commission work (drawing) which is nice. Maybe I'll go to the sea next week - hopefully I'll be able to take some nice photos.
Anonymous 07/08/20 (Wed) 19:24:37 No. 8064
>>8063 >casual commission work (drawing) which is nice.
I am very impressed. If you take sea photos we'd love to see them!
Anonymous 07/08/20 (Wed) 22:22:31 No. 8067
You can do it, just type it and send like you did this post
Go sushi roll go
Anonymous 07/09/20 (Thu) 09:06:40 No. 8070
I'll definitely post some here!
Anonymous 07/11/20 (Sat) 01:37:32 No. 8089 >>8088 > The Gerogerigegege track is not featured on the digital release, as per request by the artist
Huh, didn't realize the tape had an extra track on it.
I actually got that tape (came in the mail today, pic related), but I'm waiting on a replacement drive belt for my tape player, so I can't listen to it yet.
Anonymous 07/11/20 (Sat) 03:24:56 No. 8090 >>8083
Top 10 songs to wash clothes and dance to. Thanks sushi roll!
Huh! That's neat! Might buy it and dust off my old cassette player for it.
Anonymous 07/11/20 (Sat) 14:17:53 No. 8093
Good morning sushi rolls
Holy shit that copyright disclaimer
Anonymous 07/11/20 (Sat) 17:32:19 No. 8099
Good luck, to you too!
Anonymous 07/11/20 (Sat) 22:34:26 No. 8104 >>8092 >Can you post the track here if you can?
If I can, then I can, yes.
Jokes aside, yeah I can do that. I have zero experience ripping audio from tapes though, so I can't guarantee that the quality will be any good. I also don't own an audio interface so I'll have to record it through my PC's mic input, and I don't really know if that will cause any particular problems.
Anonymous 07/12/20 (Sun) 01:40:30 No. 8108
It's a Gero track, I think quality is the lesser issue and it will be more the rarity of the song.
I wonder how difficult ripping audio from a tape is.
Anonymous 07/12/20 (Sun) 09:45:05 No. 8114
I'm doin okay. I played some D&D IRL for the first time in ages, I had a lot of fun trying to stop everyone else from murderhobo-ing
Anonymous 07/13/20 (Mon) 04:26:49 No. 8119
Only thing worse than being stuck in a cycle of doing the same things over and over again is being stuck in a cycle of doing things over and over again knowing you can break the cycle but you keep it going anyway.
Anonymous 07/13/20 (Mon) 14:09:24 No. 8122
Letting you guys know I'm still productive every day sorry for making you worry
Anonymous 07/13/20 (Mon) 22:47:16 No. 8123
No problem, this place is about comfy chats and if you have problems you're free to speak out.
Then if we can help you somehow we'll do so. Also no problem.
Anonymous 07/13/20 (Mon) 23:57:48 No. 8124
How does one become productive?
Anonymous 07/14/20 (Tue) 09:56:11 No. 8131
I like my own company. I can judge myself, I have no complications or arguments, I can do what I want, and I don't have to entertain anyone.
I'm in my bed right now, super comfy.
Anonymous 07/14/20 (Tue) 11:34:12 No. 8132
Does anyone know an image viewer for linux that's good for reading manga in? Like, you can configure it so going to the next image keeps your zoom % and takes you to the top of the image, maybe without bringing the UI up?
Anonymous 07/14/20 (Tue) 12:35:56 No. 8133
I would also like to ask this, something similar to Tachiyomi but for linux.
Anonymous 07/14/20 (Tue) 14:48:45 No. 8137
I like feh, but it's not good…
Anonymous 07/14/20 (Tue) 15:49:09 No. 8138
I regret choosing boring classes for my summer course, I know its better for my next semester but it is fucking boring
Anonymous 07/14/20 (Tue) 17:42:03 No. 8139
mcomix is pretty good in my experience
Anonymous 07/14/20 (Tue) 20:02:59 No. 8142
They're obviously trying to trap everyone in that isle so that the virus spreads quicker. It's a conspiracy man!
This was a joke, I don't actually believe it's a conspiracy, and I hate the fact that I feel the need to clarify this.
Anonymous 07/14/20 (Tue) 20:48:36 No. 8143
Did you ever escape? Do you need food and water?
Anonymous 07/15/20 (Wed) 00:46:36 No. 8145
Good evening sushi rolls!
Happens to the best of us, sushi roll. I've been feeling down a couple of times recently. Hope you find that course interesting and go further!
Anonymous 07/15/20 (Wed) 09:17:14 No. 8149
wow, im speechless that this place still exists after all these years (´• ω •`) ♡
been here when Itamae was still around before the site vanished, and resurrected. Just wanted to say to "hi" to all you sushi rolls! Hope things are treating you well
Anonymous 07/15/20 (Wed) 11:52:02 No. 8152
That is a very cute face
Anonymous 07/15/20 (Wed) 12:05:00 No. 8154
I don't want to go outside today and I don't have to but I'm seriously considering walking two kilometers just to get a bag of candy.
Anonymous 07/15/20 (Wed) 13:42:33 No. 8157
I salute your efforts sushi, and I hope you feel better soon
Anonymous 07/15/20 (Wed) 15:31:12 No. 8159
uhhh, I think I've seen this post somewhere else
Anonymous 07/16/20 (Thu) 01:21:25 No. 8170
Thanks for the recipe. I think I'll try it, seeing as I see a lot of South American people buy chorizo sasuages, but I never know what they use them for. I also only have vegetable stock, would that work in place of beef stock, or should I go get that?
What recipe are you basing this off of?
Anonymous 07/16/20 (Thu) 04:40:38 No. 8172
good news and bad news! the cookie wasn't the issue, I got food poisoning from some funky pasta
Anonymous 07/16/20 (Thu) 06:12:51 No. 8174
I took a long drive out to a hill in the middle of nowhere to see of I could spot that NEOWISE comet, and I was able to see it with just the naked eye! Pretty cool. Anyone else seen it?
Anonymous 07/16/20 (Thu) 10:10:19 No. 8175
I didn't end up buying beetroots today, so that's the only variation to this recipe. I don't see why vegetable stock should change things too much, I've used chicken stock in the past while making this as well.
Mostly based off these two recipes:
Anonymous 07/17/20 (Fri) 20:45:29 No. 8188
wtf, how are these faces conveying data on lung cancer?
Anonymous 07/17/20 (Fri) 21:21:34 No. 8189
Feeling alright, i feel worn out and tired from fasting
Anonymous 07/17/20 (Fri) 21:24:52 No. 8190
I have mostly wasted the last two weeks. At least my shoulder is starting to feel better, it's been a full year since I was injured and it's been really resistant to treatment.
Anonymous 07/18/20 (Sat) 02:14:16 No. 8191
Estonia is enlightened
And I don't need no research to see that guy is having severe symptoms.
sweet_trip !rTRnCGRBvU 07/18/20 (Sat) 07:46:27 No. 8194
Those that frequent this thread a lot, have you thought of tripfagging?
I wonder if that'd be interesting.
Of course it'd only be localized to this thread.
The whole point of sushi rollymity is to make the topic priority, but if you just want to have idle chatter I think sharing a history makes things more interesting.
Then again I still understand why some would still not want that.
I guess you can just call me a tripfag then and derezz me.
Downing a ton of water and walking around a bit is what helps me.
I'm sorry to hear about the shoulder. It is really easy to waste the weeks, isn't it?
What's the regimen you're on? Been thinking of doing this myself.
Anonymous 07/18/20 (Sat) 22:00:39 No. 8198 >>8197
I forgot about this! Turns out they're also doing a sequel to Va-11 hall-a Kids, which should be out way sooner (source:
sweet_trip !rTRnCGRBvU 07/18/20 (Sat) 22:07:39 No. 8199
It'd be nice to be reincarnated into an otter.
Or a beaver.
Super comfy VM. Nice to hear there's a sequel.
I wonder if there are some VMs I've missed out on.
One that always comes back to me would be Higurashi
sweet_trip !rTRnCGRBvU 07/20/20 (Mon) 09:08:15 No. 8212
The youth no longer seem stand-offish. People are desperate to fit in, aren't they?
Something was lobotomized along the way.
I can't seem to find anyone that relates over a longer timeline of life.
Everything is segmented, it seems like. What happened to the rooted and disgusted perspective of what the 'grown-ups' are doing?
Reminds me of this article.
Why do you think that?
I guess it let's you know there's still more to explore.
Anonymous 07/20/20 (Mon) 15:50:53 No. 8214
That article was written around the time I was born. Funnily enough, I can relate to the acceptance of the workaholicism in students twenty years ago (students who are about forty years old now.) I can agree with you that the youth are more accepting of how things are run.
I mean sure, there are still issues out there, but I think of it this way. The potential yield from arguing about societal issues vs. developing skills is very different. There's nothing to be gained from challenging the status quo unless everyone challenges the status quo. When developing skills you are investing in yourself, and there will be a larger guaranteed gain from it, even possibly a career advancement.
sweet_trip !rTRnCGRBvU 07/20/20 (Mon) 19:11:34 No. 8217
Today has been a good day thus far. I've moved my desk around. Created a nook in the corner. Really comfortable.
It's weird to be aware of how, when you make a meal for yourself, it's far more satisfying - and yet I still enjoy a meal out.
It gets you out of the house. It's an excuse for a walk. It's nice to have a reason to go outside.
There's something unnerving about forcing a walk when you are already really familiar with the area.
A world without purpose is suffocating, I am familiar.
Can't really expect purpose to grace you in the midst of nothingness.
I have a theory that if you really etch in a goal for yourself and lurch after it, you'll find purpose.
If you'd like an example, then learning a language is one.
The exercise here isn't to find the language as a purpose, but instead to just prove to yourself things can change.
To move your gears.
Monotony is hard to break out of.
And really, if you think about it, if you felt a spray mist standing upon your sailboat, you wouldn't feel this way.
If you surveyed a dock overflowing with eager fish merchants, with the seagulls heard over the waves, you wouldn't feel this way.
We're locked in our heads, sometimes. Our senses are secondary in some western lifestyles.
Not to say that "adventure" is a necessity, but to say that there are so many experiences out there.
It's easy to forget that. Thinking about busy ports makes you suspect purpose is hiding there, at least for me.
I'm not sure what you mean by stuffing other than the condiments you got lined up.
I think sauteed mushrooms are always a great edition. Chives too.
Sauteed onions sound like a good edition to the cheese.
There seems to be a heavy bind between accepting the status quo and leaning toward the unimaginative.
Sliding into the gloves already waiting in some careers seem to neglect the fact that your hands could be meant for more.
You have strong points surrounding a skill-centric attitude, I just wonder when people will choose the skills for themselves rather than the path ahead.
Maybe some can relate in that the skills learned feel like an extra ligament, something outside of yourself. To not identify with the job or the skills acquired.
I guess it's hard to identify when you're always wearing gloves. Never creating for yourself.
Anonymous 07/21/20 (Tue) 08:37:36 No. 8225
>>8217 >I just wonder when people will choose the skills for themselves rather than the path ahead
Earlier in this thread I mentioned I wanted to go to medical school. I decided to do engineering instead. I was so focused on the path to medical school I totally forgot about myself (aka the dude applying to medical school.) I forgot that socializing was exhausting for me and that I couldn't bear dedicating the majority of my life to patients. It's ridiculous almost that I was considering to dedicate nearly a decade to medicine.
So yeah. Amen to choosing skills for yourself over any path set out in front of you.
>There seems to be a heavy bind between accepting the status quo and leaning towards the unimaginative
I agree. But I'd like to add that I don't see anything particularly wrong with living a cookie-cutter lifestyle. Maybe this is naivety, but eating well and having a roof over my head is enough to make me happy.
Anonymous 07/21/20 (Tue) 14:39:31 No. 8227
I think a busy port is a great place to start a story.
Anonymous 07/21/20 (Tue) 21:12:05 No. 8229
I had my french press out with old grounds in it for a while and a small amount of mold developed so I washed it with soap. I made some coffee and it tastes thin and watery. I never had mold grow until this summer. I guess it's the heat and the fact that I leave the AC off half the time because it can only be super cold or off.
Anonymous 07/21/20 (Tue) 23:35:15 No. 8232
That's happened to mine a couple times before. Usually my reaction has been to completely disassemble it, wash it with soap, run it through the dishwasher, and then wash it with soap again. Maybe that's a bit overkill, but I want to be absolutely sure that there's no mold in my coffee.
sweet_trip !rTRnCGRBvU 07/22/20 (Wed) 05:16:19 No. 8236
I've been giving thought to revamping my personal site.
You really do have a lot of time when you cut out other people.
Will I ever cut out this site?
What made you choose toonboom?
Seems like a rare skill to me, since I've never heard of it before.
I'm curious what you'll end up doing with it.
>>8227 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wP7u_S7IWRM >>8225 >decided to do engineering instead
Have you found engineering rewarding?
>don't see anything particularly wrong with living a cookie-cutter lifestyle
There's certainly nothing wrong with it. It seems to be a prerequisite for those looking for more.
Can't look at stars while maintaining fire for warmth.
An emotion I think all of us have to fight is a feeling of relevancy.
I'm not sure if it's something worth fighting as of late.
But I know just by pushing forward on small goals, things feel a lot easier.
The relevancy may be found in the fact you are a vessel of lost time.
Holding stories that only you can fuse together.
You could worry you're just one of the many duplicated drones for your nation,
but if anything I've learned the breadth of nations leaves me very confused about some of the others.
Some may think that the cookie lifestyle doesn't give you stories worth sharing, maybe. I wonder if that's the case though.
The way you move forward and how you see things may seem so obvious to you, but your culmination of experience is unique.
We can diverge on the simplest backstory, like how our time in school was.
I wonder how many felt funny about putting more flair on their nametag.
I would personally drop the medication.
There are probably good reasons for your behavior, and people want to sweep it away with pills.
You can yield to the whole mental illness thing, but I think cases of genuine brain dysfunction is rare.
There are reasons why you're unhappy and lashing out and everything, and I don't think it's fair to you to silence those reasons.
What I'm saying is, I don't think you're dysfunctional. You're perfectly fine the way you are.
I'm positive if I had your experiences and your relationships, I'd be doing the same things.
It may be better to approach why you do end up doing these things, instead of killing the flame in you.
It's nice to have medication when you think the problems are too large to tackle. I think you can do it, sushi roll. You know yourself better than me though.
Anonymous 07/22/20 (Wed) 06:52:57 No. 8237
I disassembled, washed with soap, and boiled the filter for a bit, but it wasn't a lot of mold, and I'm not that concerned about health effects tbh. The taste might have been different because I brewed it for a few seconds shorter than usual or because I mixed my remaining old beans with some new ones, or because of remaining soap, but idk I'll see what happens tomorrow. It was nutty though, and that was pleasant. I just hope there is more body and other flavors tomorrow.
Anonymous 07/22/20 (Wed) 08:40:27 No. 8238
4chan ended up going downhill when they cracked down on shitposts on the blue boards, it's why the serious threads get derailed so often it's because there isn't really a place for joking threads
Anonymous 07/22/20 (Wed) 23:44:23 No. 8244
Happy birthday sushi!
These kind of days come once in a while, hope you can get through them.
Anonymous 07/23/20 (Thu) 08:40:19 No. 8246
I am very drunk right now but let it be known to all the people who share their thoughts here or take the time to converse with people like me, I appreciate you.
Anonymous 07/23/20 (Thu) 16:07:25 No. 8250
>Everyone took all the online classes Thats what I get for signing up late I guess. Going to not make that mistake next semester
Anonymous 07/23/20 (Thu) 18:36:19 No. 8252
I have been drinking about 10 beers a day on average for the past week. I keep telling myself to wean off, but by the time I drink 2-3, I'll go out and buy more. I will try to limit myself to 4 today and start drinking later than usual.
Anonymous 07/23/20 (Thu) 22:30:04 No. 8256
today was not a great day
Anonymous 07/24/20 (Fri) 00:45:33 No. 8259
that cockroach looks really cool sushi! pretty impressive
Anonymous 07/24/20 (Fri) 06:10:27 No. 8262
bottle of wine, one 24oz can of pabst and one to go. combined with a mcchicken, double qp, 2 orders fries, diet coke, and 2 apple pies. I feel like I'm pregnant and could explode
Anonymous 07/24/20 (Fri) 06:21:18 No. 8263 >>8233
What makes you unique is what you can create. Take your damn meds and make something good out of your life. What good is being "unique" when you're in prison? Being mentally unhealthy isn't unique, it's a danger to yourself, those who care about you, and everyone in you come into contact with.
Make a painting about your experience. A picture is worth a thousand words. So make a painting, digital or physical, and post it in this thread. I don't care how bad it is, post it. Paint something that explains how you feel when you're not on the medication. That view you have on the world can still be part of the art you create. Your experiences stay with you, you don't need to stay unhealthy to make something good.
Anonymous 07/24/20 (Fri) 21:15:33 No. 8267
Back to just being productive, already missing being prolific
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Anonymous 07/25/20 (Sat) 03:38:18 No. 8269
I've been in a slump the past few days. Been drinking a lot and feeling hopeless. Here's hoping it ends soon.
Hang in there sushi roll, and do what makes you happiest, if at all possible. Also your drawing is very good.
Anonymous 07/25/20 (Sat) 03:58:21 No. 8270
today I ended up doing the same thing. I went outside for food and to buy a single hard seltzer, but those were sold out and 24 oz beers were two for one.
Anonymous 07/26/20 (Sun) 18:06:13 No. 8286
Is this thread on autosage? I didn't know that could happen here.
Anonymous 07/26/20 (Sun) 20:19:05 No. 8290
Started my new job today. Everything not related to work is blocked except for this site, apparently. The day is going good.Listening to music and hanging out until someone needs computer help.
Anonymous 07/26/20 (Sun) 21:06:17 No. 8294
Prolific again I am proud of myself.
Anonymous 07/27/20 (Mon) 03:53:56 No. 8296
I'd let her beat me up, granted I wouldn't really have a choice in the matter.
Anonymous 07/27/20 (Mon) 04:09:23 No. 8298
Yesterday I managed to reduce to around 7~ drinks. Today I bought 3 500ml beers, but I'm getting a strong urge to go outside and buy one more and some food…
Anonymous 07/28/20 (Tue) 07:03:11 No. 8311
I bought more that day and otday I drank more too. Corona has depressed me to no end, it's a part of why ive been drinking so much. I hate this so much. I'm so lonely without events open to meet new people. I feel like such a weakling, since I know a lot of you are in places with much less events. I honestly can't survive without events catering to my specific interests. This shit is unbearable.
Anonymous 07/28/20 (Tue) 13:59:10 No. 8312
Woke up at 3 pm, now i'm pissed at myself