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No. 744 [Reply]

It's easy to reflect on what's going wrong, but what's going well for you?

For me, I was recently promoted to a senior software engineer position, despite being the youngest eng on the team. That helps with my imposter syndrome quite a bit.

You?
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No.925

I feel like I'm floating

No.926

>>925
Why's that?

No.927

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>>926
ketamine

No.928

>>927
Are you taking it recreationally or for depression?

No.929

>>928
recreationally, but arguably both
Right now I'm fucking buzzed because I found a bunch of tunes that I've been searching for for ages. This is the best I've ever felt, and I'm completely sober. Funny how emotions are so fickle like that.



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No. 600 [Reply]

Gondola
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No.917

>>883
I like this a lot.



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No. 891 [Reply]

Thread for all of these hurricanes

Are you guys safe? Is/has anyone been in the path of the storm?

No.892

>>891
I'm safe in the Midwest.

No.893

>>891
I died in the hurricane.

No.894

>>893
R.I.P Anon

No.916

Irma wasn't bad at all in Florida, though the Caribbean was truly devastated. So I was fine.



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No. 865 [Reply]

Anime girls masturbating.
Not in a lewd way but in a cute way.

I don't have any pics. Pic related is what it comes closest. Ignore the last four pannels.

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>>865
This is inherently lewd, go away.



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No. 897 [Reply]

Easily one of my favorite games, thought a thread about it would be nice

Recently I did a re-playthrough of New Vegas, I haven't played much Fallout since I played 4 when it came out.

I told myself that I was going to do an unarmed/melee only playthrough, but then, as usual, I resorted to a Guns oriented Courier. I wanted to hit all the quests I could, I went straight to the Strip from Goodsprings and did the early quests later on

I guess talk about anything Fallout? :3

No.903

>>897
When I first played NV I was pretty young, and I've never been good at vidja. I seriously just walked around aimlessly dying to death claws, tryings to get to NV. Then once I finally got there I couldn't find a way through the wall into freeside, I was seriously retarded playing that game. It was comfy as all hell, though. Wandering aimlessly for hours on end, not realizing there was more to do. I never did any quests, just found stuff I thought was cool.

I miss the days that I was satisfied by something so simple and dumb



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No. 686 [Reply]

Hey /gf/, I challenge you to name something good that happened to you this week, and something good that you hope will happen to another poster.

For me, it's been warm out and this weekend I went on a long walk through the forest and saw a small flock of sandhill cranes peacefully honking.

And for >>654 I hope he enjoys an enormous meal of his favorite foods
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No.896

>>895
Sounds comfy. What do you study anon?

No.898

>>896
I'm a music major!

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We made this frankenguac today

No.901

>>900
Very nice

No.902

>>900
wow very good job friend



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No. 876 [Reply]

So, are my fellow Americans ready for the eclipse? What are your plans regarding it? I've ordered some special glasses, and will watch the eclipse. Unfortunately, I'm not on the path of the complete eclipse, but I'm pretty close, and will get the complete eclipse in 2024.

No.877

I forgot to order glasses, so I'm SOL. A pinhole thing is just stupid. I might as well just watch a livestream of it at that point, so that might be what I do, other than looking outside, of course.

No.878

Enjoy guys, keep those eyeballs safe B)

No.879

>>877
Here

I borrowed a welding mask from work and I could look up at the sun in increments of a few seconds each. I didn't go out while it was the most eclipsed it would be in my area, but I could still see the outline of the moon - I thought it was so super cool!



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No. 627 [Reply]

>tfw you're pretty intelligent but have squandered it and have less purpose than a fast-food cashier

Who underachiever here?
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>>800
forgot pic

No.803

>>800
>The only way you're going to get that amazing 2 hour fjord experience is by working for say 10 hours.
Except that's where you're wrong. Here you claim that money is necessary to go to a fjord. A much more satisfying way to go to a fjord is with a sailing ship you built yourself with your own hands. Or perhaps to dismantle capitalism with your own hands and go on a cruise after.
Either way, doing things yourself is more satisfying than paying for things to happen.

No.805

>>803
Because I live in America, I can get to the fjord much much faster by working than by training myself in woodcraft, ship building, and becoming a master sailor the likes of which could sail across the open ocean.

The flexibility/freedom afforded to me by paying for it with money also enables me to do things other than sailing, should I choose. Had I dedicated my life to becoming a sailor and shipbuilder, my experiences would be limited to the oceans.

But instead, a couple years after visiting the fjord, I can take a helicopter ride over the ruins of Peru, and I don't have to walk to Peru, either - I could drive, fly, or take a cruise - and I'd have earned every cent of the money used to pay for them. The fjord may then seem less significant at that point, due to the variety of exotic experiences I would have had. However, it is my responsibility alone to maintain my mindset, and this is just part of the human condition. We are designed to find the second slice of cake less delicious than the first, and to find the eighth slice of cake altogether repulsive. Dismantling capitalism would remove all of the cake altogether.

No.806

>>805
>would remove the cake altogether
Are you one of those people who thinks "everyone without cake just doesn't want to work and is poor on purpose?"

No.807

>>806
I don't want to get into a heated debate on this board. If you are the same person who just said that doing things on your own is rewarding, and now you are advocating an anarchist, communist, or socialist society, you are out of touch with humanity and human motivation. Not enough people will go to school for 10 years to become a brain surgeon in exchange for wages equal to that of a janitor to meet the societal demand (medical need) for brain surgeons.

No, I do not believe everyone who is poor wants to be. However, do I believe that mental illness, whether self-inflicted with drug use, or as a result of maladjustment, keeps many people in that state longer than they would be were they emotionally healthy. This does not blame them for their predicament, it merely delineates what society is able to do for people, and what it is not. If doing things independently is the only truly rewarding way to live life, then communist or socialist societies would truly be a hell on earth.



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No. 670 [Reply]

Things that made you giggle when you saw them
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No.792

>>703
to much feelings



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No. 630 [Reply]

What are your honest thoughts on Star Wars?

I've never liked it. I think the lore is too campy, and if it was released 10 years later (even with better effects) it wouldn't have stuck.

Now Star Trek…. That's a story about space I can get behind. Thoughts?

No.631

I like the original trilogy's art direction and music, and i find ANH fun to watch.

What i have seen of the star trek tv series is exceptional. I am not a fan of the series' character design or set design in most cases, but the stories and overarching moral themes that touch back to the stated mission of the exploratory crew are well conceived and executed.

No.653

I fall asleep every time I try to watch a Star Wars movie without fail. I couldn't tell you why, but it's just so boring.

Now Star Trek I love, along with its movies.

No.656

>>653
did you see rogue one?



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