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 No.1165718[Reply]

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I predict bad things will come

 No.1165719

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I assume the worst and hope for the best. That's my default attitude.

 No.1165722

I really hope Dallas won’t be cloudy for the Solar Eclipse Monday. I’ve spent over $1000 bucks for my trip already

 No.1165734

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It's me
I am bad things


 No.1165335[Reply]

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Happy Trans Day of Visibility to all my brothers and sisters and enby siblings of all types <3

and since Easter has also fallen on this day, i especially want to shout out all the Eggs out there!

Whether you have cracked or not, We see you today too <3
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 No.1165639

I want to share something from a trans creator that I found funny as hell recently, even if it is more than a bit risqué:

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They've got a cool artwork about their genderfluid presentation here too: https://youtube.fandom.com/wiki/TaigaHolic?file=TaigaHolic_2.jpg

 No.1165673

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I forgot to be visible.

 No.1165678

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>>1165639
i never been able to suck, but i did get to the tip a total of once!

proudest achievement!

>>1165673
damn! how long have you been standing there?


 No.1165637[Reply]

I had dental surgery on Tuesday (involving a damaged tooth getting pulled out completely), and I've basically felt out-of-it ever since. Alas. I'm trying to get better in terms of my mental and physical health this week.

Normally, I'd wait until Caturday/Saturday for this sort of thing, but what about a cute and fuzzy animals thread that jumps-the-gun and comes sooner in the week?

I'll start with an informative video:

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 No.1165325[Reply]

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Happy Easter, /pony/. Christ is king.
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>>1165497
I don't know if this video will reach, but relevant

 No.1165564

>>1165500
Well
I got that laying them hurts.

 No.1165636

The emotional longing of this performance wows me time and time again:

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 No.1164544[Reply]

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i miss all of you very much! It has been a long month of traveling and soul searching... but i feel i have come a long way. i will share some of what i have seen, with all of you too.
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 No.1164992

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i'm loving these pics! it's great to hear from you, moony!

>>1164631
>>1164644
nani??

 No.1165514

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I just heard about the earthquake... praying that you and your family are safe and sound, Moony.

https://twitter.com/rawsalerts/status/1775324334644396512

"Currently, a pair of powerful, massive earthquakes has just occurred. The first one measured a magnitude of 7.5, followed by a 7.4 magnitude aftershock moments later."

"Numerous reports indicate strong to violent shaking, with multiple buildings swaying back and forth. Additionally, multiple buildings have collapsed. Tsunami warnings and sirens have been activated..."

 No.1165525

>>1165514
My brother literally just arrived in Taiwan and then this happens!!

He's okay thankfully.


 No.1165508[Reply]

Remember that time Donkey Kong got turned into a Robot and then started ripping off Daft Punk?

 No.1165509

You mean that one time a song from that show was actually kind of decent?

 No.1165510

>>1165509

>One time

How dare you

 No.1165511

>>1165510
Well okay I suppose I should also give it credit for this existing


 No.1165504[Reply]

^

 No.1165506

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>New Rainbow Dash presents content
>In 2024


 No.1165495[Reply]

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And all the anime fans in the UK rejoiced
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 No.1165498

It does raise the question, suppose someone with a very incredible nasty odour places themselves in the middle of a public place and refuses to leave, what should be done then?

 No.1165501

>>1165498
>refuses to leave
>elaborates
the smelly dyslexic talkative chad

 No.1165502

>>1165498
Get the water trucks and ask impolitely


 No.1165481[Reply]

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ITT: post about octopodes and/or sleep.

 No.1165487

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Sleep seems to be universal survival necessity that just comes with having a nervous system, regardless of how it evolved. Not every evolved biological trait is an adaptation, sometimes they're just inevitable necessities or random genetic drift, but sleeping seems necessary and serves multiple purposes.

One function of sleep appears to be that it allows the nervous system to detoxify the brain given that the brain produces it's own toxins from normal healthy function.

Also other aspects of sleep like dreaming seem to function as a way for parts of the brain to keep certain other parts of the brain constantly stimulated in order to maintain those parts of the brain's function.

 No.1165499

Relevant, but other octopodes


 No.1165407[Reply]

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Happy April Fools Day!

And best of luck to those having a stressful Monday as this working week begins!

 No.1165427

>My ass
>Working weekend
Hahahaha you're funny

Also it's still a holiday here anyway


 No.1161918[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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I haven't made a thread in forever and I'm too unoriginal to come up with something interesting. So AMA about my job if you are curious or about other things or just hang out or whatever, idc.
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 No.1165281

>>1165174
>tfw Inanis doesn't think you're special

:<

 No.1165296

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>>1165281
aww esh! i think you're very special!

 No.1165401

>>1165174
>turns out it just needs sugar


 No.1165131[Reply]

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Happy Easter weekend everyone!

Hope you don't get too fried up about how busy it can be, are able to have a cracking time and that's it's nice and sunny!
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 No.1165344

Well, can't say this is the funnest Easter Sunday.

On one hand, my sister, her husband and my three-year old niece came by my parents' place today, and that was a lovely time. My niece actualyl bothered with me some this time and let me play with her for a while, so that felt good for a change.

But then there was that whole mess of my mom having had stomach pains all day - to the point where we ended up calling an ambulance.

From her description, they apparently got here with their lights on, for fear that it might have been intestinal torsion - but meeting her, talking to her and bringing them along, they seemed much less worried and said it wasn't even particularly necessary for my dad to go with her.

And she did text us after she arrived, saying she got some painkillers and wasn't really nervous about anything anymore. I haven't heard anything since, but we're all assuming things are fine unless we hear something else.

Still puts a bit of a downer on the mood though. Can't pretend I am not anxiously watching the phone.

 No.1165382

>>1165344
Best of luck and best wishes!

 No.1165386

>>1165382
There's an update.

It's a hernia. She's being taken care of now and will most likely come home tomorrow.

Still not exactly something htat boosts the ol' mood though


 No.1162613[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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Well it's slowly starting to get nice and warm, or in some cases it seems the warm and cold are now being flicked on and off like a lightswitch rave.

Either way, the winter is certainly coming to and end, and with that the warmth and bright days of spring and summer are soon to come. Already I can see people eager to greet the change of seasons with getting up and about this weekend.

So before we go out and really ramp up starting the fun of the sun, let's take a moment to energize with a warm drink of whatever gets you excited and talk about anything on our minds.
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 No.1165321

>>1165316
That's Neverhood.

 No.1165322

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>>1165321
Ah right... my bads

 No.1165338

>>1165316

Nope, that's Neverhood. And it was pretty good too.

This is Everhood. "What if Undertale-style game but the bullet hell fights were based on rhytm games and the main theme was about immortality being bad for the soul"


 No.1165006[Reply]

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I am terrified
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 No.1165294

Influential U.S. science fiction author Ross Rocklynne wrote a story about a sentient group of stars from their point of view called 'Into the Darkness' back in 1940 and otherwise was a part of the 'Golden Age' era of writing alongside Isaac Asimov. Rocklynne also did some other, critically praised things. Reading his story alongside stuff by Asimov and other luminaires such as Harry Bates and Fritz Leiber when I was a little kid influenced me a ton growing up.

That piece is hard to find online, but in print there's details here: https://www.isfdb.org/cgi-bin/title.cgi?41277

Part of it seems to be here: https://royallib.com/read/Rocklynne_Ross/people_of_the_darkness.html#0

 No.1165295

>>1165006

...just wanted to say that having read alan watts, stories like this amuse me. it is only from our western perspective that ideas like this may seem bizarre


 No.1165269[Reply]

What are your thoughts on Absurdism?
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 No.1165288

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It made for some excellent novels. Everybody attempting to explain it is exhausting. Like. In my experience absurdism stands apart the most from the other schools in that it isn't exactly a complete school of philosophy in and of itself? I feels more like an approach to introspection.

 No.1165289

>>1165288

>an approach to introspection

Ah, yes. Insightful.


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