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 No.585204[Reply]

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Does anyone else here talk with fleur over steam or discord?

Could anyone here who does please talk to him, just to help him feel less alone?

He's been talking with me over steam about contemplating suicide now that both his parents are in the hospital and I am not equipped for this right now.

Please, just help him feel a little less alone.

 No.585246

Let's see…

 No.585256

I used to do that a bit!

Our conversations got a bit serious.


 No.584305[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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…well, it's that time of year again. Every year, it seems a little less important to everyone than the year before.

And that's good. Old wounds shouldn't be left open.

For many, September 11th is a political talking point: something to get upset about, or something to put the blame on, or something to be all suspicious and paranoid about.

But in New York, it is just a tragedy. And that sure feels weird.



Where were you, on September 11th? Do you remember what life was like, before it? Was it different for you?
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 No.584704

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I was in tenth grade reading about the Ramayana. An announcement came over the speaker that a plane had just crashed into the World Trade Center, and we were told to go back to our "home rooms", I think. So we were there and the teacher didn't offer much commentary, but it was clear that there was a great sense of agitation. Being myself, I thought that the "world trade center" was some kind of urban agora rather than a pair of towers, and so had a weird picture of what exactly was going on. The events continued to unfold while we were in that room together, and I remember one of my classmates declaring "We're being attacked!" Like others have said, it was the first time I experienced a real connection between the life and people that I know and serious consequences in the outside world.

Later I went to Ground Zero as an adult and it was very painful.

 No.584783

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well, i was 10 years old when it happened. i remember everyone was much gloomier and silent, and i don't know why. at this point in my life, i stayed away from people and generally didn't like anyone else, so in all honesty, i liked that nobody bugged me.

in hindsight, i was not empathetic, and i am rather ashamed to admit that. but that was a different time in my life. nowadays, it's still so tragic, and you just wonder how things could be so vastly different in a moment.

if i could have said anything to my young self, it would be to try and at least see where others were coming from, and how it was truly an awful thing that had transpired

 No.585201

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I remember the day very clearly - which just shows what a significant day it was for the world.

I recall I had the day off from work and went to the barber to have my hair cut. While sitting there I heard on the radio that a plane had crashed into the WTC and I thought "how stupid can you be to hit a skyscraper - maybe the pilot had a heart attack or something" - at that time I thought it was a single seated small plane, not a commercial aircraft.

By the time my hair was done I had already forgotten about it. I had brought my Gameboy and caught and trained some Pokémon in the park (I remember it was a Ponyta) cause it was a pretty fine day.

When I returned home the first tower had alerady collapsed and my family was watching the news. Everyone was eerily quiet and so was everyone the next day in the subway. It was like no one wanted to talk about it, even bring it up. It was the same at work. Like no one was able to properly comprehend it yet.


 No.578656[Reply]

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I feel like we had a thread like this recently, but now there's a tool for it that outputs a picture!

http://www.cpokemon.com/seccion/herramientas/tipos/en/

So…do it again!  It'll be fun!
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 No.579240

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I mean, I am an indecisive bastard, so on any other day this may look vastly different, but…

 No.579288

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>>579201

looks good, but raltz instead of gardy?

 No.579517

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>>579288
I used to kill it with raltz. I never got around to evolving it.


 No.574555[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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Or Cooking General.

Talk about what you have been cooking, what you want to cook.
Trade recipes and/or videos.

And remember anyone can cook.

I just made something simple but that makes the whole house smell like love.

Just a simple loaf of bread.

All I am using is some bread flour, salt, honey, warm water, sunflower oil, and some dried yeast.
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 No.584399

>>584391
I wish I could taste why :)

 No.584965

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A very traditional dish. A blend of ground meats rich with herbs and spices. Olives, raisins, and peppers as well. It is traditionally served on a bed of rice with richly spiced and thickened black beans.

 No.585097

>>584965

Looks pretty good, would have it with rice, but I'll definitely pass on the raisins…


 No.584846[Reply]

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me rn
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 No.585006

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>me always

 No.585023

>>585006
He may not be beautiful
But he will always be beouftiful.

 No.585024

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me_irl


 No.584059[Reply]

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Imagine if in the Pokémon world, Nuzlocke challenges became more common.

Imagine getting spotted by a trainer and starting a fight, only to find out they're on a Nuzlocke run.

Imagine needing to choose between throwing the fight or wiping out their team and just ending that person's career as a trainer forever.
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 No.584677

>>584623
And I think that explains why you don't see why it's insulting.

 No.584773

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>>584677
Look Manley, I'm getting tired of your efforts to prove I am stupid.  Everyone here already knows that by now so I don't need your help.

Of course I see that the joke is at my expense.  I'm a good sport and I like that kind of thing.  It's funny.  It's even funnier because I am honored.  It's like a roast….the one being roasted is not insulted; it's high praise.

I know that you can't take a joke and that you are a rotten sport.  I'm not even sure you even have a sense of humor, and I've tried very hard to find it.  You need to learn the difference between making fun and insulting.

>>584510
i don't really know college humor very well.  I had a glance at a couple other videos of theirs and don't even remember what they were like as there were no ponies and therefore didn't capture my interest.  I don't see the video as "haha look at the nerd" so much as portraying the stereotypical accusations that trolls use to unfortunately really hurt some people's feelings.  But it was done in a way that was fun.  It feels lighthearted to me, and I enjoy the video over and over.  If it's meh for you, that's fine; not every joke is funny to everyone.  Those who take offense at it I think are missing out on a chance to have a good laugh.  


>>584085
Is that a psychedelic mushroom?

OK in order to participate properly in this thread I've looked up this Nuzlocke challenge thing, and so i understand the question, except why would that mean "forever"?  
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>>584773
I just think we have incompatible senses of humor. It happens. And I'm not "trying to prove you're stupid". I'm just pointing out that not everyone sees things like you, because you've already said you have… issues.


 No.583743[Reply]

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So which is it /pony/?  Are you metaphorically (or literally) getting drunk right now to prepare for the rest of the week?  Or do have something to look forward to for five sevenths of your life?
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 No.584822

>>584808
sounds neet

 No.584826

>>584818
For me it felt more like not GETting to do anything.



>>584822
Ha_funny_joke.youtube

 No.584828

>>584817
I feel the same way.

>>584818
this is a complete surprise.

>>584826
me too.


 No.584506[Reply]

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"The Brony Show 274 - Let's Explore the Legends of Equestria

Hello everypony! 5 years in the making. Lots of open server weekends, random streams, jumping into game after game and remaking character over and over just for it to finally come to light. Legends of Equestria has finally been openly released. So we're going to jump in and explore as well as give tips to new players.

Be sure to join us at https://thebronyshow.net/ at 6PM PST/ 9PM EST live this and every Monday. You can also join us an hour early for the Brony show preshow and get your brony show starting early. You can catch our podcast archives here at https://vimeo.com/thebronyshow. If you want to be part of the show, let us know! Email Circuit at bronyshow@gmail.com. Also be sure to tune in to our affiliate Ponyville live for the show and more fun things after the show at http://ponyvillelive.com/"

 No.584517

Can't tune in but have a good show!

 No.584520

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>>584517
Will do!


 No.582833[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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So a thread about something that ponies would hate since not healthy for the environment, noisy, scary looking things. machines on wheels.

All vehicles welcome here
Cars, boats, mopeds, scooters, bikes, bicycles
Doing any projects, any dream vehicles.

What do you own?

so a thread for them ill guess!
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 No.584462

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i own a 2008 Toyota Avalon! Her name is Avaline. i like her!

 No.584509

>>584129
I always go for dark colors because those are the most appealing to me, but I get it would depend on what kind of paint job you want. No color mixes bad with black, so you could always leave it mostly black and do some kind of outline; probably save yourself some money.

 No.584511

>>584509
Yeah, adding highlights is a good option too.


 No.583460[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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Oooh boy, tensions are getting high now!

So how aobut we just sit back and relax and talk? Anybody welcome to come and hang.

OLD THREAD:
>>580449
>>580449
>>580449
>>580449
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 No.586911

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>>586908

Wub ^w^

=====

I think I'll drop for the night. See you later, fam.

 No.586913

>>586911
Aight, night

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 No.584048[Reply]

Have you purchased your Catboi insurance yet?

i couldn't think of a topic. post things that are random and fun!
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 No.584121

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i need to wake up early tomorrow, so i'm gonna head to bed! goodnight everyone <3

>>584116
well, it sounds harder than it is. first i would just suggest mindfullness meditation, and just being aware of your body in general. make sure you keep your posture straight, and you breath from your stomach

>hugs and kajis <3

goodnight heavy <3

>>584118
as a knight and official public guardian, i'm gonna have to issue you a ticket

you can plead guilty to get 2 points taken off, or you can challenge it in court.

goodnight chrome <3
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 No.584124

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>>584121
Thanks Judd.
But I will lose in martial arts against you.


I see, so do you know everyone on the town eh?


Good night Judd

 No.584126

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>>584121
Good night, dude.


 No.582997[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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Now that it is pitch dark at 9 PM and standing outside slightly makes me long for a warm shirt, I realize summer has indeed started to leave us again.
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 No.584120

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>>584103
That's all anyone can really do.

 No.584123

>>584120
Do you find summer heat uncomfortable?

 No.584125

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>>584123
Extremely!


 No.582577[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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What do you usually eat for breakfast?                                                                       
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 No.583261

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once you have an egg sandwich with avocado, you can't just go back.

 No.584040

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Just a plain slice of bread.

I was toasting and buttering 'em for a while, but one morning I was like, "Eh, what's the point?"

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 No.582366[Reply]

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Some of you may recall I made a thread several months ago about Jordan Peterson, professor of psychology from the University of Toronto, and his lecture series on the psychological significance of the biblical stories.

The official portion of his series came to a close recently with Part XII, and he gives a brief summary of the series in https://youtu.be/-yUP40gwht0?t=1h15m15s (~25 minutes long, before the Q&A).

But the reason I'm making this thread is that something amazing happened at the very end.  Two of the major themes running through Peterson's talks (not just the biblical ones) is personal responsibility and overcoming the nihilism that is running rampant through modern society.  That's why I think this is the perfect capstone to an amazing lecture series: https://youtu.be/-yUP40gwht0?t=2h30m4s.  approximately 3 minutes long.  the cameraman unfortunately didn't focus on the audience, but you can tell what's going on from the audio.
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 No.584043

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>>582366
I just watched the first entry in this lecture series and it seems pretty good. I had pegged Peterson as a homilist but am pleasantly surprised by the sincerity and originality of his thinking on this subject.

 No.584047

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aw darn. i forgot to watch this. i really want to.

i will bookmark it, so as not to forget next time!

 No.584073

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>>584043  glad you enjoyed it
>>584047  his talks can be a bit of a time commitment  :P


 No.582663[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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I saw this fox at the Wal-Mart today. Look at his stupid smug-ass face. Just makes you want to punch him! My grandpa taught me never trust a fox!
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 No.583702

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What's going on in this thread???

 No.584037

>>583702

Proof of Manley's lying hypocrisy and not much else.

 No.584041

>>584037
Proof of what now?


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