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 No.1064154[Reply]

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ITT: post the funniest things you think that are funny
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 No.1065235

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>>1065234
I chuckled.

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 No.1065511

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 No.1065375[Reply]

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Happy Caturday!
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 No.1065438

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>>1065437
ah yes! i have krypto currency!

 No.1065440

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>>1065438
I'd rather not know where its QR code is.

 No.1065441

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>>1065440
definitely need a couple bags to get it


 No.1065169[Reply]

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The missile knows where it is at all times. It knows this because it knows where it isn't. By subtracting where it is from where it isn't or where it isn't from where it is, whichever is greater, it obtains a difference or deviation. The guidance subsystem uses deviations to generate corrective commands to drive the missile from a position where it is to a position where it isn't, and arriving at a position where it wasn't, it now is. Consequently, the position where it is, is now the position that it wasn't, and it follows that the position that it was, is now the position that it isn't.
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 No.1065428

>>1065427

¿Te gustan los misiles?

 No.1065435

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>>1065428
They're very popular in certain parts of Mexico.

 No.1065439

>>1065435

I... Did not know.


 No.1063676[Reply]

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I love colors. I'm obsessed with colors and color vision.

Recently I got a set of oil paints so that I can start doing oil painting again, and when I got the tubes, I realized that the colors of the paint would obviously not be anything close to what the tubes display, so I decided to make little sticker labels with the actual paint on it.
<as seen here

The first interesting thing about this picture is just how incredibly different the paint colors are from the tube color.

The second interesting thing is that the colors in this picture, though better than the tube colors, still aren't quite the real life colors because the camera just can't capture them properly.

The three blues on the left column of the bottom sheet are all completely different blues IRL. The top blue is a more vibrant blue with just a tint of ultraviolet (not red), and the middle blue actually has a bit of green in when thinned out, but that's not visible here for some reason.

A similar story with the three reds column of the top sheet. The top red is way redder, the middle red is actually a bit pink (but without any purple or blue), and the bottom red is like a chromatically thicker version of the pinkish one where the darkest part is a deep blood red, but the thin parts have an ultraviolet tint.

What blows my mind is how different these colors are when viewing them in real life as opposed to on a screen.

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 No.1065381

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>>1065341
Interesting! I have blue eyes, so maybe that's part of why I can see colors the way I do!

And totally, dark blues and purples are amazing to look at, and they have such an intense presence when in nature. Like some comforting void. I dunno. Is cool.

>>1065350
Pretty close, but sadly not quite. The primary colors can make a large portion of possible colors, but not definitely not all of them.

<see this graph that shows what eyes can see, what RGB can reproduce, and what CMYK can reproduce.

There are certain levels of saturation and brightness that are impossible to reach with CMYK because, sure, you can achieve the hue of the color, but will be missing some saturation and brightness because paint mixing is subtractive, meaning the colors will always be darker and less saturated when you mix them. And if you make it any brighter or darker by mixing with white or black, it desaturates the color even more.

Because of this, there are many different types of paint colors that fill in the area outside the CMYK color space (but even those are limited, sadly).

RGB is at least additive so that when it mixes colors, they don't desaturate, so it's better than CMYK, however RGB has still brightness and saturation limits dependent on the pixel elements and how pure their frequency spectrum is.
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 No.1065388

>>1065381
I was always told that RGB is additive color, so it works for light. And that CMYK is subtractive color, so it's best for pigment.

I agree that we see more colors than pigment or computer screens can produce, but I wager that chart isn't talking about just pigment

 No.1065406

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>>1065388
Pig meat IS good for vision, its true.


 No.1054847[Reply]

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Because it's that time of the year again and they've been much on my mind this weekend.

I picked up a broom and went spider hunting with a plastic cup in my son's room, because he's not big into bugs and for some reason a dozen smaller spiders were crawling all over the room. they looked a bit more adult so I can't say they were a nest of baby spiders, but I'm not sure why they decided to all at once come into the room.
They're a bit smaller than a cross spider, but had like similar legs. They're butt part was brownih coloured, but with a pale marking or something. They did have a huge pair of balls in front of their face.

At any rate. so this morning I went to take a bath and saw this little glue spitter dwelling into the tub. So I did the kind thing and picked up a plastic container, previously used for soup and manage the scoop the creature into it. I went outside the room and put it up to the wall so it can just crawl onwards on the wall.
I thought let me grab my camera on my phone and see what Google snap has to say about it.  I sometimes doubt what it can come up with, because according to the app, I was having huntsman spiders or brown recluses in my house some time before. But it confirmed the glue spitter this time and I went for the absent minded information surfing.
The poor thing went down to near the floor, where it suddenly became spider food as it was cornered by a small cellar spider living at the bottom of the wall.
I briefly thought of saving it, but figured it wouldn't be fair towards the cellar spider that I wasted its opportunity to catch a good meal. (cellar spiders are apparently fairly useful to keep hobo spider and house spider populations in check)
It was kind of sad to see that glue spitter that I kind of saved from myself getting its life ended shortly afterwards anyway.
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 No.1065392

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>>1065197
I brought home a stack of wood and actually left a big black widow behind.

I have plenty and this one charged me so i drew the line.  Maybe it wanted rescue, or to eat me.  I dint get a pick for you, Pixie.

 No.1065401

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they scare me so I kill em on sight. Call me a monster, whatever

 No.1065403

The spiders in my home are friendly and they are cute.

Yesterday there was one on the door of mt fridge, I opened the fridge and that scared it and it jumped off the door, hanging with its web.

So cute.


 No.1065343[Reply]

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Hello friends
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 No.1065372

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>>1065371

I also like 73!

 No.1065373

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>>1065372
Riveting.

 No.1065374

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>>1065373

Riveting starts with R! That's the 18th letter!


 No.1065318[Reply]

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Yesterday my family invited me downtown to buy a couple of T-shirts for me.

And guess what, everything for sale is shamelessly tagged in USD, everything.
Ice cream for 2$, socks for 0,50$, shoes, pizza, phone accessories...

It's like if you decided to go outside tomorrow and everything is for sale in Japanese Yens.

I thought I would be dead far before this would happen in my country.
Jeez.

#Rant
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 No.1065338

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>>1065334

long life the ,

>>1065335

Sese Seko?

>>1065336
Unfortunate, depending on the point of view.
Basically governemnt gave up on exchange control.

Now people price their stuff at their will and we all ar suscribed to a non official Telegram Group which send us the average USD price twice a day, six days a week.
And most of people now has their savings in USD and a few in Crypto.

The important thing is that I like my new T-shirts. Uni-color, black and other white.

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>>1065338
President of the DRC

 No.1065342

>>1065339

Ah, these politicians ^_^


 No.1065061[Reply]

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what would you do if... you were home early?
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 No.1065205

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Sleep.

 No.1065210

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Maybe bake some more bread.
I am running low and I am too tired after working to make from scratch.

 No.1065213

>>1065210
I can has some of that bread?


 No.1064796[Reply]

So I've been hearing this song for years, and I never knew until just today that "this city" which song refers to, the one that was built (by Jefferson Starship) upon rock and roll is actually a real place! It's San Francisco! I'm not sure if that means Rock and Roll is actually distributed throughout the bedrock of the city or if the majority of the buildings have rock and roll in their foundations like pipe insulation.

Next you're gonna tell me Funky Town and Paradise City are real! Where the women are attractive and grass is it's regular color!
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 No.1064918

>>1064860

Country

As in, "this used to be country side, but we built a city here."

 No.1064962

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>>1064917
I walked down that exact hill with a lady in heels visiting me from Colombia.  We were comong from Sutro tower there on our way down to Chiopinos restaurant right near Ghiardelli square.

She really had to hang onto me cuz of that steep slope.  Its a good city for romanx

 No.1065200

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There might be hope on finding Swentibold yet. Though it should be near the embassy in Rome.

Or confirmed the Netherlands?


 No.1065125[Reply]

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What's your favorite thing to do on rainy days, assuming you don't have obligations like work?

I love sitting with a warm cup of tea or coffee and catching up on a good show or book. Or, if it isn't absolutely pouring outside, I like to take a walk.

Right now I'm watching Sabrina on netflix.
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 No.1065148

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probably enjoy the rain, watch for flashes, and draw while listening to it ^^

>hugs and kajis <3

 No.1065160

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Going for a walk is nice. If it's cold, snuggling under a blanket is pretty sweet as well.

 No.1065172

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>Makes a thread
>Immediately forgets about it

I need a medal.

I thought of something else-sweaters. Sweater weather is best weather.

>>1065129
lol

>>1065132
Tea and music is nice. I tend to start the tea+soft jazz music around the middle of December.

>>1065133
Indeed it is, especially if it's on a couch with a big fluffy warm blanket~
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 No.1063380[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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It´s still fall outside, all the sparky bright colors is in full bloom and shine. While the air feels more fresh and crisp.

So why not sit down enjoying a hot beverage. Looking at the pretty nature and just take a deep breath!
Why not speak about our thoughts and feelings, so. How are you?

==================

This is the H.A.Y thread. meet new ponies, meet old ponies. hang around and have a chit chat. talk about your days had a good one, had a bad one? lets talk bout it
old thread:http://ponyville.us/pony/res/1056684+50.html#1063378
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 No.1065943

>>1065912

I hope he's okay... And this thread is expiring. New posts aren't bumping it back to page 1.

How are you? Been busy?

 No.1065944

>>1065912
My week has been topsy turvy at times... I finally was able to fix the Toyota Kluger I had been working on weeks ago finished. The next day at the end of work I had a nervous breakdown in front of my best friend coworker. And yesterday I was late to work. But things are still looking up for me... I'm picking up a welder soon & I will be quitting my second job at the end of December to focus more on my life.

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>>1065912
I hope you have a great day, friend. :)


 No.1064889[Reply]

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i thought horror games were supposed to be scary

i see live streamers play them and they just make them funny
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 No.1064905

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>>1064902
>The Spooky King
Jack Skellington?

 No.1064906

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>>1064905
>mrw that post

 No.1064924

>>1064906
Awww, yer like al little tea kettle!


 No.1064807[Reply]

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I'm still thinking about a moment yesterday night when I was visiting my younger sister and just generally hanging out with her. She went into her room and started crying after something happened (nothing to do with me). I probably shouldn't go into too many details, and I'm honestly not quite understanding that well what pressures she's under, but the important thing to say is that I needed to spend some time trying my best to have that "older sibling" role, acting as advisor, cheerleader, counselor, therapist, and the like all in one.

Not sure if I really helped that much. Yet she thanked me, nonetheless, and I'm genuinely really glad that I was lucky enough to be in a moment when support was really needed. Yep.

I wanted to see what everybody here thinks about doing that sort of thing, like:

>Are you able to help people with various struggles that they have when you're already hardly able to deal with day-to-day things yourself?

>Do you go through a lot of self-criticism about not being able to do more in reaching the people that you spend time, worrying that you're the burden on them instead of you making it all a bit better with your trying?

>Will the passage of time make things even worse, through your eyes, as you find yourself getting older while still wondering why X, Y, and Z life events still get you down?

Little clue what image to associate with this thread, hah, but have a comfy and compassionate Pokemon piece all the same.
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 No.1064879

>this video is relevant

My self is to mixed at the moment so i cannot give any proper answer

 No.1064883

>Are you able to help people with various struggles that they have when you're already hardly able to deal with day-to-day things yourself?

Life has given me a rather hard exterior out in the public, it's easy at work because I'm expected to be kind and open, and I am obsessed to provide the very best quality of help when I'm working. I still have moments of weakness, today someone asked me, "Anon I am amazed at your progress what's your secret to success?" (Loss of loved ones) I had to say "Self determination." It hurt, but it was a good hurt.

When I grow alongside someone, I can learn how their personalities are. I became fast friends with one of my coworkers because he likes my sense of humor and little jabs I make at him, he knows I'm not serious (though I'm half serious about his diet decisions).

At the same time I can pick up on his cues when he is not doing well. I ask him once when I can see he's struggling to focus and do not prod for all the details. I let him vent to me because he needs someone to talk to and I want to listen. Afterwards we're both all the better for it.

When I am having a bad day, I focus harder into my work, if that doesn't do it. I focus on staying grounded. But I do not vent I don't like to poison the social atmosphere.


>Do you go through a lot of self-criticism about not being able to do more in reaching the people that you spend time, worrying that you're the burden on them instead of you making it all a bit better with your trying?

I used to worry about this more when I was younger, I used to worry I wasn't good enough for anybody. But I realize, I put a lot of work into myself and my work, and I've got set goals and dreams. I don't compare myself to others by how much I know or what my abilities are.

And I no longer try. The era of me trying was laid to rest this year. All I do now, is do.

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 No.1064909

>>1064807
>>Are you able to help people with various struggles that they have when you're already hardly able to deal with day-to-day things yourself?

Not really. I tend to be emotionally oversensitive in those situations, sometimes to the point I become crippled by the prospect. I have to fight with myself a lot to not just be avoidant, especially in those situations where it feels to me like I am trying to tiptoe around broken glass, feelimg like the other person is in an especially fragile state that I potentially could make a whole lot worse if I said or did the wrong thing. This is exacerbated when I am not doing mentally well myself and I can't think with enough of a level head or without my judgements compromised by my own feelings.

>Do you go through a lot of self-criticism about not being able to do more in reaching the people that you spend time, worrying that you're the burden on them instead of you making it all a bit better with your trying?

That pretty much sums me up in a depressive episode. Or at least, one side of the cognitive dissonance of it all. To quote Fiona Apple, "every single night's a fight with my brain". I just kinda wish the inner critic wasn't so damn loud and powerful for me. Depression and Anxiety is really like a folie a deux in one person.

>>Will the passage of time make things even worse, through your eyes, as you find yourself getting older while still wondering why X, Y, and Z life events still get you down?

I don't often wonder why such events still get me down when I can identify that I am still dealing with the logical consequences of them in the long term. Especially when a lot of the x, y and z that get me down are all the things in my life that have left me feeling like my hopes dreams and aspirations are mutually exclusive with each other and mutually exclusive with what I need to survive if I had to live independently.


 No.1064842[Reply]

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The Brony Show 418 -Wait, we never made a mascot?

Hello everypony! Well it's been over 400 episodes of TBS, but now is the time we've all long feared. May cons, groups, and others have made a character to represent their outfit, and now with the changes to cohosts, panelists, and ever involving nature we need a symbol of our own. Join us as we finally create the TBS mascot.

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.1064506[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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Hey everyone! I got new trips! I initially was aiming for !Holiday, but that was taking multiple days, and i eventually gave up. So now i'm rocking !XMas

so merry X-Mas everyone! Let's git to the nitty gritty!

roll a 1d10 die, and whatever it lands on you must answer/do the prompt provided!

(to roll a 1d10 die, you type <1d10> but replace the <> with []   )

so here we go!

1- When's the last time you went to the barber shop/hair cutters?

2. Post the last video you watched on YouTube.

3. Surprise! Happy Birthday!
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 No.1064768

>>1064767
Probably just "be back in the afternoon. Water my plants."

Don't really have anything to leave a note to anyway.

 No.1064769

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>>1064762
haha... yeah totally (my character representation has literally been %100 female, stil cis tho :PP )

thats quite similar how i feel to the characters i follow, so i think we on the level yo

and that game looks fantastic, but it's gotta wait like all the other games on my list ><

oh yeah... that is gonna be a process, and some moments will be better than others, but in time things will even out. but until then, love and patience will be important!

i must go to bed! goodnight thorax!

>hugs and kajis <3

sweet dreams!

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 No.1064778

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>>1064769
Truest of friends.


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