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The Flood / Re: Art Hub
« on: October 12, 2021, 10:37:20 PM »


Managed to scrape myself together and finish some work as a late birthday present for a friendo.
So many birthdays...

Yeah. Then again I know a lot of people I'd like to make something of meaning for.

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The Flood / Re: Art Hub
« on: October 12, 2021, 06:30:32 AM »


Managed to scrape myself together and finish some work as a late birthday present for a friendo.

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Gaming / Re: Backlog 2020/2021
« on: October 07, 2021, 10:32:50 PM »
finally picked up nier automata, excited to try it soon
Yo, I dunno if it's your cup of tea, and it's probably jarring to get into, but if you haven't played Witcher III, you should Verb. Been making my way through it slowly and it just keeps blowing me away for a lot reasons. If you like pondering morals, the game has heaping truckloads of them, plus a shit-ton of great characters and other stuff.
I'm interested in playing it some day, but I'd have to play through the first two Witcher games before I do. As far as I know, those games are only available on PC, so I don't really have the means to jump into this series right now.

I'm sure it's not required for the story to start from the beginning, but it's just how I prefer to play games.

I could swear the second game was on one of the xbox's. But, yeah, I'd earnestly advise either playing the first two or if all else fails, look up a detailed synopsis. I get ya though. Starting mid-way without going through the others always left me with a bit of a sour feeling.

The first game played like ass, the second game had writing on par or better than the third, and the third is, honestly, ridiculously solid in terms of production quality on so many levels. I hope you get around to em' some day, because fuck me if you've an eye for good writing, the series will spoil you.

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Gaming / Re: Backlog 2020/2021
« on: October 07, 2021, 04:41:52 AM »
finally picked up nier automata, excited to try it soon

Yo, I dunno if it's your cup of tea, and it's probably jarring to get into, but if you haven't played Witcher III, you should Verb. Been making my way through it slowly and it just keeps blowing me away for a lot reasons. If you like pondering morals, the game has heaping truckloads of them, plus a shit-ton of great characters and other stuff.

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The Flood / Re: Hows it been
« on: October 07, 2021, 04:35:52 AM »
Not good as of late. Something triggered a depression spiral. Think I found out what, but I've been almost powerless to hold it off except to withhold from offing myself. Spent the last month searching for a doctor who's on par or knows more than me in terms of psychology, as I'm out of options, I think. Found the doc, but it's a hell of a process to explain all the shit behind me so that I can pitch him my theories and have him poke holes if there's any.

Weight's dropping below healthy norms and since I've been opening up old mental wounds I've been exhausted and somewhat unstable. Been having massive panic attacks and adrenaline surges. I'm just very tired.

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Gaming / Re: Happy 1Oth University Dark Souls
« on: September 23, 2021, 11:28:38 PM »
First Souls. One of my favorite moments was finally surviving the trip down the tree vines that led into ash lake, and the second was seeing the kiln of the first flame for the first time. There was a big sense of wonder there for me.

Souls II. The black sheep of the series for sure, but I like that they tried some new things anyway. Power stancing was awesome and added a lot of variety to builds, and the youtube content that came out highlighting ridiculous builds was golden.

Souls III. PvP was mainly where it was at for me. I loved the arena in the DLC and used to be pretty solid at it. I had a build I saw almost nobody use, and it was great because it always seemed to surprise meta players by holding its own against some of the more ridiculous wombo combos that came with the DLC weapons.

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Serious / Re: Coronavirus panic room thread
« on: September 12, 2021, 12:58:26 AM »
If you're that skeptical about vaccines then you might as well just question the entire body of medical science while you're at it.

That wouldn't actually be a bad thing. The intended use of the scientific method and in general practicing science encourages skepticism for the sake of refinement.


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The Flood / Re: Cum
« on: September 11, 2021, 05:55:56 PM »
tbh I think cunt is the term for female.genitals that I find the least gross sounding.
probably my fault

My SO's favorite insult was calling something a cunt. Between her vocab and  what I remember of yous, I think I probably associate it with an insult or funny term than anything sexual or clinical.

Since when did you get an SO

Ah. Long time ago. Met her when I was fourteen. She's been dead for nine years now.

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Serious / Re: Coronavirus panic room thread
« on: September 11, 2021, 05:52:10 PM »
>heart problems

See, this is my beef with these right wing rags that disgorge misinformation for clicks. "Heart problems" is such an amorphous and vague term that doesn't really elucidate what the actual condition involves.

A known and considerably rare side effect of Pfizer and Moderna is yeah sure, heart inflammation. Despite the alarming terminology, and what these toilet paper pieces don't tell you is that heart inflammation as a result of vaccination hasn't been proven to be morbidly serious and can be treated with rest and a couple of painkillers. Very few cases actually result in requiring serious medical treatment.

How about some actual data? The EMA analysis of cases found:

Pfizer-BioNTech - 145 cases of myocarditis and 138 cases of pericarditis out of 177m doses given

Moderna - 19 case of myocarditis and 19 cases of pericarditis out of 20 million doses given

Five people died. The review said they were all either elderly or had other health conditions.

The UK's Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has also been investigating the link.

It reported: "A consistent pattern of cases occurring more frequently in young males and shortly after the second dose of the vaccines.

"These reports are extremely rare, and the events are typically mild with individuals usually recovering within a short time with standard treatment and rest," it added.

Take the soccer mom ideology out of my thread please.

Take note of pericarditus. It's a disease I picked up back in november(which is apparently a possible obscure side effect of covid)

Carditus isn't lethal, but there's no cure for it. There's an operation where they scrape enflammed tissue from your heart but it's a low success rate. It might just be because my heart's already damaged, but the carditus is constant and it throttles the fuck out of me. It straddles me into a fine line between being disabled, but mobile enough not to qualify for disability.

Carditus comes in many different flavors of severity as well. Although the chances are low from getting it from the pfizer shot at least, it's a really shitty mid-tier side effect to roll. I'd honestly tell you that if I had a choice to take a vaccine to possibly stop me from getting enhanced covid but get carditus as a result, I'd just ask them to kill me instead.

You know, we can talk mathematical chances and odds all day long, but life's showed me repeatedly that no matter the odds you never take chances on anything. One percent chance doesn't give a shit about you when you're the sorry fuck who rolled it.

I admit the toilet paper pieces are garbage, but I think dahuterschuter's reservations touch onto an issue that's not talked about. The advertising campaigns about the vaccinations aren't being straight with people.

I challenge you to go out and talk to people and ask them what they think "immunity" means when they get the covid shot. You might find a higher number of people think they can walk into a cloud of covid particles and they won't get sick. They'll also tell you that the adverts mislead you about taking the vaccine when pregnant, stating that it is "safe" when there's actually no proof yet. At least out where I am, that's the case. A massive amount of mistrust stems from the government's shit ass handling and presentation of everything.
I'm really not sure what you're point is here? All medicines have a cost benefit analysis attached to them, including the most mildest of treatments. You can get potential liver damage from paracetamol, aspirin can thin your blood etc.

The question that medical professionals then have to ask themselves is; do the benefits of said treatment outweigh the potential risks? It's pretty much irrefutable at this point that the yielded benefits of vaccines dwarf any exceptionally rare health risks they may pose to an incredibly small demographic of the population. I don't understand why people have to treat vaccines as this special enigma when they probably take a plethora of other medications unfazed.

My main point is the lack of transparency about things. And that's an overarching flaw of the medical systems in the west. Be it the vaccine quarrels, or medicines we've had for a few decades. It's always pushed or advertised as a net positive, and if you want to adress concerns and look for potential negatives, it falls onto you to have to do the research because negative aspects are usually shuffled into the limelight.

If I had to guess as to why there's skeptics about the vaccines, you need to look at the time periods. Take ibuprofin. It's been around for a long time. Most people today have gone from childhood to adulthood knowing that it's around. It also likely came from a time period when the development of medications had less political intrigue and agendas attatched to them. The covid meds've been around for a year. Seven if you count the RNA framework. It's foreign territory to most.

Ultimately I think that's why there's such an adverse reaction in the anti-vaxx crowd, or why there's skeptics. There isn't a single thing happening in the world today that doesn't have an agenda in the background or foreground. For anybody heavy on the political spectrum, the moment the brain registers an opposite agenda, the mental barriers go up. It's all just ideologies doing what they do best, being fucking stupid.

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The Flood / Re: Cum
« on: September 11, 2021, 12:55:51 AM »
tbh I think cunt is the term for female.genitals that I find the least gross sounding.
probably my fault

My SO's favorite insult was calling something a cunt. Between her vocab and  what I remember of yous, I think I probably associate it with an insult or funny term than anything sexual or clinical.

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The Flood / Re: Cum
« on: September 11, 2021, 12:51:59 AM »
Hey, this just begs the question.

What's objectively worse?

Cum or Jizz?

I haven't heard it used in a long time, but I feel like jizz takes the crown, if only because it sounds like the slang stoners would use.
"jizz" isn't great, but it has a couple things going for it

it features two of my favorite sounds when used for "silly" words in the language (a voiced palatal approximant "J" and voiced alveolar fricative "Z"), and brings to mind words like "jolt" and "sizzle," which are words that definitely match the feelings associated with having an orgasm

unlike most sexual slang terms, there's a certain biting humor to the word that brings light to the clumsy, unflattering, and animalistic nature of the male orgasm (for a perfect example of this, throw yourself back to "Jizz in My Pants" by The Lonely Island)—and that, i can somewhat get behind, but it's still not a word that i would ever find myself using

I hate the word pussy. Say vagina.
"vagina" is a horrible word—women to me are in the unfortunate position of having no words for their sexual organs that don't sound either excessively dirty or excessively clinical

"penis" is also fairly clinical, and i don't necessarily love how "dick" sounds, but at least it's a monosyllabic word—"vagina" possesses three of the grossest-sounding syllables in the language, and the fact that it ruins my favorite letter/sound in the process ("V") just sends me over the line

in polite conversation, i generally default to "privates," which has the added benefit of being gender neutral

and would you look at that? it has both a "P" and a "V" together, i literally just noticed that. that's quite nice

Go figure. I always thought vagina had an awful ring to it but couldn't place why. Too clinical's on the money.

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Serious / Re: Coronavirus panic room thread
« on: September 11, 2021, 12:46:35 AM »
>heart problems

See, this is my beef with these right wing rags that disgorge misinformation for clicks. "Heart problems" is such an amorphous and vague term that doesn't really elucidate what the actual condition involves.

A known and considerably rare side effect of Pfizer and Moderna is yeah sure, heart inflammation. Despite the alarming terminology, and what these toilet paper pieces don't tell you is that heart inflammation as a result of vaccination hasn't been proven to be morbidly serious and can be treated with rest and a couple of painkillers. Very few cases actually result in requiring serious medical treatment.

How about some actual data? The EMA analysis of cases found:

Pfizer-BioNTech - 145 cases of myocarditis and 138 cases of pericarditis out of 177m doses given

Moderna - 19 case of myocarditis and 19 cases of pericarditis out of 20 million doses given

Five people died. The review said they were all either elderly or had other health conditions.

The UK's Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has also been investigating the link.

It reported: "A consistent pattern of cases occurring more frequently in young males and shortly after the second dose of the vaccines.

"These reports are extremely rare, and the events are typically mild with individuals usually recovering within a short time with standard treatment and rest," it added.

Take the soccer mom ideology out of my thread please.

Take note of pericarditus. It's a disease I picked up back in november(which is apparently a possible obscure side effect of covid)

Carditus isn't lethal, but there's no cure for it. There's an operation where they scrape enflammed tissue from your heart but it's a low success rate. It might just be because my heart's already damaged, but the carditus is constant and it throttles the fuck out of me. It straddles me into a fine line between being disabled, but mobile enough not to qualify for disability.

Carditus comes in many different flavors of severity as well. Although the chances are low from getting it from the pfizer shot at least, it's a really shitty mid-tier side effect to roll. I'd honestly tell you that if I had a choice to take a vaccine to possibly stop me from getting enhanced covid but get carditus as a result, I'd just ask them to kill me instead.

You know, we can talk mathematical chances and odds all day long, but life's showed me repeatedly that no matter the odds you never take chances on anything. One percent chance doesn't give a shit about you when you're the sorry fuck who rolled it.

I admit the toilet paper pieces are garbage, but I think dahuterschuter's reservations touch onto an issue that's not talked about. The advertising campaigns about the vaccinations aren't being straight with people.

I challenge you to go out and talk to people and ask them what they think "immunity" means when they get the covid shot. You might find a higher number of people think they can walk into a cloud of covid particles and they won't get sick. They'll also tell you that the adverts mislead you about taking the vaccine when pregnant, stating that it is "safe" when there's actually no proof yet. At least out where I am, that's the case. A massive amount of mistrust stems from the government's shit ass handling and presentation of everything.

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The Flood / Re: Cum
« on: September 09, 2021, 11:53:50 PM »
probably my least favorite english word
What's your favorite
when i first learned what it was, i loved it so much that i made it my username

Also describe in a bulleted list why the word "cum" is your least favorite word in the English lexicon
i actually don't know if it's my least favorite word, but it's way down there

  • I'm usually opposed to disliking words for their meanings, because it's not the word's fault that we've defined it that way, but I take exception to this word because I really hate thinking about semen, and that's what the word makes me think of
  • General dislike of any sexual slang words (I don't have as much of a problem with "semen" because it sounds more clinical, but it's still not great—it's a rare instance of a concept that I would prefer to talk about euphemistically, if at all)
  • Homophones with "come," which opens the door for a lot of obnoxious and sophomoric puns
  • Homonyms with the the Latin word "cum," making it impossible to think of common terms like "cum laude," or even everyday words like "cumbersome," "cumulative," or "cucumber," without also thinking of semen (I also feel bad for anyone whose last name is "Cummings")
  • Phonetically, it sounds excessively blunt and vulgar, almost as gross and unpleasant as the substance it is defined as
  • General bias against any 3-letter words, especially when two of them are my least favorite letters
  • "C" is the most vestigial letter in the English alphabet, needed only for the "ch-" sound (which it needs the "H" for); every other C-related noise could be replaced with "K" or "S"
  • "U" is the ugliest vowel; synesthetically, I've always associated it with a pale pink hue, like a pig, and I conceptually associate it with things like stupidity and filth (disclaimer: pigs are actually rather intelligent and clean animals, but due to childhood associations, I still unfairly tend to file pigs under "filthy" and "stupid")
  • "M" is a letter I don't necessarily have beef with, but it's not doing the word any favors here, because it's a soft bilabial following a harsh voiceless velar plosive, almost like the word is proud and welcoming of its own vulgarity
  • Posseses no redeeming qualities; for all the things I dislike about it, I'm unable to think of anything that I do like about it, which, in itself, is another thing to dislike about it

the biggest reasons would have to be its tendency to destroy words that are phonetically adjacent to it—if someone calls to me, and i say "i'm coming," i always wince internally and brace myself for some kind of stupid cum joke, which never happens, but when it does, i can't wait to cringe at them to let them know just how unfunny and disgusting they are

I would have to agree
Come is such a common word in English and I can't hear it anymore without thinking of cum

Probably have the internet to thank for that, I think. Maybe it's just me, but cum's one of those things that's filled vocabularies over the last decade or so.

Then you've got the wonderful offshoots like cummies :P :P, and everybody's favorite, I'm coming daddy!  :D :D

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The Flood / Re: Cum
« on: September 09, 2021, 11:33:36 PM »
probably my least favorite english word
What about cuck. That's got an awful ring to it.

Or moist.

It was very moist in the verbatim bookstore.
"moist" seems to be everyone's go-to for unpleasant words, but idk, it never really bothered me that much
i honestly think "wet" might be worse

cuck is pretty bad, though, with cuckold being even worse

Hey, this just begs the question.

What's objectively worse?

Cum or Jizz?

I haven't heard it used in a long time, but I feel like jizz takes the crown, if only because it sounds like the slang stoners would use.

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Serious / Re: Coronavirus panic room thread
« on: September 09, 2021, 10:34:30 PM »
Moderna vax is getting recalled I heard due to having caused heart problems in young people. Pfizer vax is apparently getting fully approved by the FDA soon so I guess it has the least serious side effects.

Since there's a bit of a divide in my family over the vaccine shit I got roped into some research, since I don't trust what any of the corps are handing out, but wouldn't go so far as to say I'm clumped into the anti-vaxx crowds. Read through pfizers sixty page report on their control groups for testing.

A very key thing to note, and strangely enough, the placebo control group rolled more side effects than the actual vaccine itself. More complication, more deaths overall. Out of a roughly twenty eight thousand people control group, split in half, one for the vacc and one for placebo, there was six deaths. Two from the vacc in people who were over fifty, four in the placebo group.

It generally seems like the older you are, the more at risk you are of rolling adverse side effects. But the margin is almost identical to the statistical chances of being put down by covid. A range of around one percent, higher based off age over fifty five, if you're fat, diabetic, or have cardiovascular problems.

The study team noted three things at the end of the paper. They've zero evidence on safety for those who are pregnant, but cited two or three incidents where pregnant folk had "spontaneous abortions." They've inconclusive evidence as to the effectiveness on the other strains, and no thesis as to how long their vaccine provides protection from the original strain of covid. And four, like anything, they have zero conclusions as to possible long term effects.

Out of all the vaccs I read through, although pfizer was the primary interest since it's what they offer in canada, pfizer seems to have the most streamlined.

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The Flood / Re: Cum
« on: September 05, 2021, 11:53:20 PM »
probably my least favorite english word

What about cuck. That's got an awful ring to it.

Or moist.

It was very moist in the verbatim bookstore.


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The Flood / Re: What is the best VPN?
« on: August 21, 2021, 06:05:40 PM »
Before you go down that rabbit hole you should know that most VPN providers are more or less lying to you about their privacy masking abilities. It's not technically a lie, but it's deception in the fine print. VPNs are required to show some data and locations to ISPs. The shorthand is you're never really hidden no matter who you pick. If you wanted to be optimal about things, ideally you'd go with both a proxy and a vpn of your choosing in tandem with one another. But even that wouldn't mask you in full.

What's so outlandish about the shit your friend's sending that your isp need not know about it?

One of the places I worked from in the past used Nord. Seemed decent enough, not that there's some magic meter that tells you how much of your data is being viewed, so who can say really.

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The Flood / Re: How Often Do You See Your Parents
« on: August 20, 2021, 11:56:36 PM »
Only to the level I can tolerate them. Dad's in another province, so that's once every few years sort of deal. Mum's in one of the towns out here. Once a week for her usually.

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Gaming / Re: Looking for someone to play Halo Co-Op with.
« on: August 11, 2021, 09:11:13 PM »
I can add ya if you want. I won't be on all the time though, depends on if I'm staying at the place with my box.

You wanting anything specific in a co-op buddy? Laid back goof around or just murder everything like a snowplow mounted with a wood chipper?

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The Flood / Re: Art Hub
« on: July 29, 2021, 11:32:46 PM »


Finished work for a friend's birthday. Actually found a printing company that may be able to print digital work onto canvas, so I'll be contacting them up to see if I can get this turned into something.

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The Flood / Re: Any Boot Recommendations?
« on: July 06, 2021, 11:07:26 PM »
hmm ingloriouswho98 for some reason when i see your user name i associate you with pedophilia no offense. maybe lolis or something like that idk i dont remember. i definitely associate das boot with lolis. my memory of circa 2014 is not so great tho however. how are you doing my friend? 1998 is a cool year that is also my birth year. i infer that is also your birth year judging by your gamer tag. good job

Heart a little heavier
Eyes a little hollower
Principles a little more degraded

Graduated college and got a job
I'm still living at home until at least September however
I'm hoping to move out and go somewhere where no one knows me so I can just relax for a while and then we'll see where we can go from there
sick dude im boutta be a 6th year super duper senior this fall. get the fuck outta your home town. shit blows. when i graduate ive no clue where im gonna go. i like michigan but its all automotive jobs and i want no part in that. automotive jobs suck ass no way in hell you'll catch me waking up at 5 am to go work for the holier than thou automotive beauracracy. fuggum.

 what degree did you get

I got an engineering degree and waking up at 5 does suck
Source: Im doing it right now
Waking up at 5 to go work in a greenhouse in 97 degree heat
Not what I expected but it's temporary

How about you
What are you studying
computer engineering

seriously starting to consider streaming or something like that instead of what people might call a "real job" because i fucking hate working the vast majority of jobs out there. i am at my most depressed/stressed when i have a job. i dont give a shit about money really, but if i dont have money then my life has no value in the eyes of society, and i will subsequently die or at the very least suffer. so unfortunately i must work a job i will likely hate. doesnt matter what it is; i hate being subject to someone else's rules and schedules. i only enjoy life when i am doing things that i want to do and when i decide to do them.

i admire streamers because they have a lot more freedom in that regard. theyve made a career out of doing what they like to do. they set their own schedules, they have no boss, and they have no employees. if they get bored with one thing, they can stream something else.

the most productive i've ever been - believe or not - was when i was on government COVID benefits last summer. i had complete freedom to do whatever i wanted, whenever i wanted. i didnt have class and i wasnt working. i was fucking free. i juggled several different hobbies, many of which given time could have turned into real careers. i started learning how to make jewelry, mainly rings. i got super into photography which i spent a ton of time studying and practicing, and still do try to practice as much as i can. i also got into off-roading since there's a ton of wilderness where im at and a lotta cool shit to explore - landscapes, waterfalls, ruins from the copper mine days,  beaches, trails; i'd go driving every fucking day exploring and photographing the keewenaw (name of the region i live in). i also became obsessed with rock-hunting, and would often spend several hours scouring old mine piles for copper. super addicting hobby - its quite a rush when you find a big ol chunk of copper ore.

i was doing something every day. i kept busy with my passions, and for the first time since probably ever, i was actually happy with my life. i wasnt working or taking classes, and yet i was the most productive id ever been.

i dread the prospect of working a "real job" after college. i am always at my most depressed when i have a job. i always thought i was just lazy, but ive sinced realized that simply isnt true. i love to keep busy doing things i like to do. unfortunately, the things i like to do arent the easiest to make a living doing. plus, i like doing what i want when i want, which is the opposite of how "real jobs" work. even if i got a "real job" doing something i love, if its not on my own terms then i will likely begin to hate it. simply put, i dislike doing anything i am told i have to do by someone else. i hate being subject to someone else's schedule, nor do i want to hold subordinates accountable to a schedule of my own creation. boss or employee, either way im shackled and held back from freely living my life however i want.

in this world: money > human life, or any life for that matter

my value is judged by the size of my pockets, rather than the simple fact that i'm a human being.

but yeah uhhh im studying computer engineering lol

Ayy that sounds like my sorry ass at 12 when I was sitting in school asking myself why the fuck I wanted a job if I didn't care about money and feeling like I was trapped in a long hallway with no escape.

If you're considering streaming, I've got some un-asked for advice if you'd like. I met a couple of burnout streamers over the past few years and had some talks with them about it. There's a lot of pitfalls to avoid.

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Gaming / Re: Halo Mega Thread
« on: July 06, 2021, 10:58:39 PM »
Halo 3 / MCC playdate this weekend? Who's in?

Downloaded MCC recently. I work on saturday and sunday but depending on your times and where I'm on the move to I might be able to join up. My connection's still dogshit though.

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The Flood / Re: Happy 4th of July!
« on: July 05, 2021, 11:07:55 PM »
Forgot it was canada day some time ago. Vaugely remembered that it was the 4th up here since it's like half celibrated too. I think I worked.

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The Flood / Re: Post your vehicles
« on: July 03, 2021, 03:07:12 PM »
1997 Jeep Wrangler TJ

goes hard i love it



I need that winch buddy.

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The Flood / Re: Post your vehicles
« on: June 21, 2021, 01:32:46 AM »
I'm still earnestly a bit stumped as to how or why I got carjacked last week when I was out at my sister's farmstead. Like she's out in the middle of fucking nowhere. Course that was the only night I left my keys and wallet in the car right? The fucking odds I swear.

Chucklefuck made it all the way into manitoba before being pulled over. Spent all my food and gas money for the next two weeks on booze and scrapped the brakes on the car.

At least I got the car back but it was a bitch to get to.
Ah the ol' pull the sun visor down to get the car keys movie cliche.

What kind of car was it?

2005 Ford five-hundred.

Fucking stupid, honestly. I've always been very careful when it comes to cars. Leave nothing valuable in them, always put my shit in my pockets and take my coat in with me. My reasoning always was, all it takes is one time. Sure enough, the one time I slip up and I paid for it.

I spent three days walking on foot to manitoba, got lucky enough to be picked up by somebody who didn't find me suspect or tried to kill me who drove me the rest of the way. Asshole spent the five hundred in my wallet on booze and gas. 167 bucks lost on impound fees and another 50 lost on gas getting back into my province. Costly lesson just to remind me on why to never ever take a chance on anything.

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Gaming / Re: Remedy's Control is free on Epic store
« on: June 20, 2021, 06:20:02 PM »
What even is this game?
I've seen it used for benchmarking but nothing about the game itself

I've played it for a bit. Not beaten it yet but here's the gist of it.

Imagine sort of a crossover of the SCP universe with run and gun gameplay and supernatural abilities set inside an interdimensional containment building.

I can't really comment on the story yet.

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The Flood / Re: Post your vehicles
« on: June 20, 2021, 06:14:24 PM »
I'm still earnestly a bit stumped as to how or why I got carjacked last week when I was out at my sister's farmstead. Like she's out in the middle of fucking nowhere. Course that was the only night I left my keys and wallet in the car right? The fucking odds I swear.

Chucklefuck made it all the way into manitoba before being pulled over. Spent all my food and gas money for the next two weeks on booze and scrapped the brakes on the car.

At least I got the car back but it was a bitch to get to.

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The Flood / Re: Septagon OnlyFans Page
« on: June 10, 2021, 01:25:34 AM »
My dishwasher and my furnace are ready to collab on a hot new two hour dark ambient album

I'll be ready to take a recording of the howling winds across this desolate flat shithole.

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The Flood / Re: How have you changed since Sep7 began?
« on: May 26, 2021, 01:08:45 AM »
I really want Vebatim to post ITT.
well, if you insist

i don't have a lot to say, though, because i'm willing to bet that i've probably changed the least out of anybody still using this website

i joined this forum during my first semester of college, and after seven grueling years, i can finally expect to get my worthless degree by august, whereupon i can spend the rest of my days worrying about how i'm going to pay the government back for the stupidest decision i've made in my life

i haven't really changed any of my beliefs over the past seven years, and if anything, i've only doubled, tripled, or quadrupled down on the majority of them (because the world only continues to prove just how right i am about fucking everything—and yeah, my bitterness has also increased tenfold)

if anything about me has changed, i'd say i've gotten a little bit better at communicating with people; i find it much easier to express myself in ways that regular people will actually understand now, and i also find myself a lot more tolerant of people's bullshit in general—but at the core, i'm still a pretty angry and spiteful person who doesn't enjoy life very much, because as anyone could plainly see, there's really not a whole lot to enjoy

first person to suggest therapy gets to be thrown off a cliff

See, I'm obligated to suggest therapy now because because getting thrown off a cliff usually has a high fatality rate. I'll drive my deteriorating self all the way out there just so you can do it. Make the legal documents and everything.

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