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Welcome home. Quilt 08/13/2019 (Tue) 02:35:16 No. 1 [Reply] [Last]
Back in the 8chan days the idea of a /late/ image-board, independent of our parent site was something of a pipe dream. Now we are here, long after our obscure birth in 2015. I couldn't have set all this up without the help of my friend Max, who also made the radio at radio.late.city, though other people contributed music to it. (Give us suggestions! https://late.city/late/res/38.html) We hope to be in for the long haul, and for you to be in it with us. Enjoy, sleepy anons. And again, Welcome; You have a friend in /late/ 27/02/2021 [Friends of /late/] https://anon.cafe/comfy/ 01/09/2020 Hi guys! Sorry for the downtime. We had some weird issues with images and a few other things. Most things should be back to normal now.

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>>5495 Nonfree JS is exactly what it sounds like, it's JS licensed under anything but a free software license, so effectively just JS. >There at least, the possibility of writing *all* of your own software is realistic, and then the whole discussion about trust is moot. Holy shit yes, hardware drivers are such AIDS it's unbelievable. Even just looking at package size these things are fuckoff huge for no good reason, which should instantly make you distrust them. >>5498 To be fair to webfags, JS is a huge ogre shit in terms of language design and absolutely would be retarded to use even if there were no concerns about breaking security. I can see the use for something more advanced than static markup but JS is such a cancerous language only turbomongs would willingly use it for that.

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Minecraft Server [late.city] Anonymous 08/30/2019 (Fri) 03:19:38 No. 91 [Reply] [Last]
Minecraft is a comfy game, so we have a server! - A near-vanilla server on version 1.16.5 @ late.city A map for it exists @ https://map.late.city It normally updates once every 24 hours. Try /guide for more information on the server, Quantic and Max made a neat little index that is still being updated. Happy playing! P.S. Leave us a message in the mailbox at spawn, we read them! The Minecraft server at late.city now allows cracked users to play by registering a password against the user name they provide to their client upon joining the server for the first time. Premium account users keep their skins and log in automatically. Everyone wins this way! [NOTICE FOR CRACKED USERS] - 23/09/20 If you attempt to join while playing on a cracked account that has a username that is taken by a premium account it will disconnect you with the error of 'bad login' or 'invalid session'. Find a username that isn't taken on: https://namemc.com
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can i log on during þe daytime, or will þe /late/ owl tulpa crash þrough my window and peck out my eyes eventually?

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Post here every time you're on /late/ Anonymous 06/13/2020 (Sat) 09:23:24 No. 1000 [Reply] [Last]
aka the comfy bants thread.
I hope you all are doing well today. Lets survive!

Also, 1000 get!
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>>5629 I like toast and cereal. I'll occasionally mix it up and do cereal and toast.
>>1000 I'm here everyday as of late. Can't think of a comfier place to be, well except neetmoe but it's kinda slow
>>1000 remember to drink plenty of water

just got here Anonymous 04/07/2021 (Wed) 16:15:22 No. 3583 [Reply]
only lurked for 5 minutes before i realized everyone here is like 12.
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TFW you are almost 2 years junger þan Homework

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old minecraft Anonymous 10/23/2021 (Sat) 16:16:19 No. 5641 [Reply]
there was a thread on here a while ago, looks like it's gone. i think old minecraft is very comfy.
>>5641 what's the difference?

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Gondolas Anonymous 03/15/2021 (Mon) 04:36:28 No. 3262 [Reply]
Fuck spammers, post gondolas
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>>3263 I want to hug þe creator of þis gem

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i might die soon Anonymous 10/16/2021 (Sat) 19:26:37 No. 5599 [Reply]
the side of my abdomen started to cause pain this morning and now the pain has subsided so either i was successfully able to unblock the appendix or something of that nature or it just popped and now im starting to slowly die from infection and i don't have much confidence in my countries medical technology and we probably don't have enough money to treat it so im way ahead and starting to accept my death hoped that i would overdose on meth in a canyon somewhere but oh well so if you gave a shit and read all this then start insulting me so i become desensitized or something
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>>5599 Don't worry, Anon. I happen to be an expert in these sorts of things. You have intestinal gas, and you need to be kept in for observation.
UPDATE. might've been a minor food poisoning compared to other food poisoning or maybe it was intestinal gas so im not dying from appendix rupturing which is good because i always wanted to die from meth overdose
>>5640 I'm glad you have goals anon.

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Dream Thread Anonymous 10/27/2019 (Sun) 05:01:00 No. 204 [Reply] [Last]
What would /late/ be without talking about your dreams? Had a strange one this morning where I was stuck in a gothic cathedral that was actually a mall inside. There was a hidden space underground with comfy chairs and vidya. I can't really remember much else directly though.
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>>2928 I have dreams like those, too. I remember a particularly beautiful one from some time ago. It was cold, winter, probably the holiday season. It was snowing gently. The sky was overcast and grey. The streets were cobblestone with a light dusting of snow on them, and the buildings were also of a stone and wood construction, most were 1 to 3 stories high. In the windows and doorways I could see yellow light glowing brightly from within. I was wearing a warm jacket. Around me, there were people walking on the street with the occasional horse and rider. Behind me was a large body of water, the ocean maybe, and it was still and grey, glasslike. Running alongside the street I was on was a canal that led into this body of water, and over the canal were arched walkways. A canoe was on this canal, almost like something you might see in Venice. The cobblestone road up ahead continued and went under a large stone arch, above which was a raised walkway about the height of a 1 story building and this walkway also went across the canal. The raised walkway itself disappeared on either side into doorways on taller buildings. On the walkway (which was quite wide) I could see tables and chairs, and large heat lamps with flames in them kept the people warm. I think a restaurant had outdoor seating up there. Farther ahead the road I was on curved and I could see shops and people going in and out of them. And all the shops were very nice and quaint, a bookstore, a small restaurant, a shoe cobbler, a tailor, things like that. I wish I could go somewhere like that in real life.
>>5461 >"Project Bloody Blooddagger" That sounds like some MI6 Bullshit. kek
>>204 When I was 13 I remember I dreamed about fucking my cousin. She was bare naked and had a considerably big penis that ejaculated when the I suddenly woke up with a raging boner. Shit was hot and had a major influence iver my current hentai tastes but not so much in the sexuality ir porn departments

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/lit/erature Anonymous 05/28/2020 (Thu) 10:32:59 No. 922 [Reply]
What books have you been reading lately, /late/?
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>>5397 That's pretty much as accurate a description of Taleb as any. The book's filled with pretentious writing and the author constantly feels to namedrop famous writers for the sake of appearing well read. But if you can get past that, there's a lot of intelligent concepts put forth that make the book worth reading; I'm particularly fond of his analysis of the "philistine scholar"--he talks about it mostly in the context of statisticians who can't think past the bell curve, but it really seems like an archetype of people who are everywhere.
>>5447 Everything that you learn in school is about a century out of date. What isn't scary? It would be scary for people to know things they can do nothing about and that don't help in their immediate survival. Being a cyberpseud is a terrible thing when you realize that perhaps had you been a little more materially fortunate you'd have a life that makes actual sense. >>5460 What intelligent people aren't pricks though? There are too many people walking around who don't cut the mustard.
>>922 The tigers of Mompracem. I have a fairly old physical copy and yeah the book is good, I have always had a preference for books about the sea, and even more about the age of discovery and this one ticks all the boxes and I really like it anon If you like what I like I recommend you give it a try. The imagery, the surroundings, everything's beautifully described and it leaves just enough for your imagination to fill in the gaps, making it something you can indulge in for hours on end

google sucks Anonymous 12/31/2020 (Thu) 13:43:15 No. 2162 [Reply] [Last]
sup i'm trying to stop using google products cause tbh i'm not comfortable with it anymore, any recommendations for email that isn't gmail/outlook/yahoo etc?
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>>5619 I heard that the Calyx Institute was considering supporting FairPhone next year, after they are done getting Android 12 read Might be interesting to you
>>5613 Do NOT get a pinephone. They SUCK. Horrible battery life, all OS's and software suites are incomplete in one way or another, lags horribly especially with a web browser, and more. Save your money and get a dumbphone instead.
>>5628 My A64 SoC only lags on OpenBSD (not very good threading on there). With Ubuntu it's fine. But it's not a PinePhone, it's an Olimex SBC. Shouldn't really matter though, same chip. Even dumbphone suck battery life like stupid. I have a java dumbphone that I keep connected to the mains power always because I don't wanna deal with it. The only phone I ever owned with decent battery life was Nokia 1100.

Latestation quilt 08/13/2019 (Tue) 23:19:09 No. 38 [Reply]

We are going to do some track cleanup, add some more tracks, convert flacs etc. Should see new stuff over the next few days.

Still looking for music suggestions. Enjoy!
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>>5588 Hello fren! It's nice to listen to this radio with you.
>>5589 Sure is, welp, hope to see you next time
>>38 this is so cool. thanks you anon. gonna use this more often.

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Feel like the world is in a downard spiral Anonymous 10/17/2021 (Sun) 01:34:49 No. 5606 [Reply]
I know negative feelings are common nowadays, but I feel like something really needs to change in the world. I am worried about it all. I just can't believe how a pandemic, which could have been prevented with a serious 3 month lockdown, has managed to spread so far. How every electronic device we have does more surveillance that all the spy agencies during the cold war combined. How culture just became a hollow repetition of itself, cause the whole internet is now based on statistics, which kinda by their nature can't really make growth for something unique. How technology which could have been used to potentially detect cancers in people easily and quickly, instead is used mostly for social media to make echo bubbles and prey on people's emotions. There's more, but it's just worrying. Everything seems to get worse and I feel we are in age of stagnation on nearly every level. I obviously have hope things can get better if something is done, and I can imagine what would need to change, but actually coming up with something meaningful to be done is difficult. I don't even feel like I should cope here. This is something that is bothering and should be addressed or we will literally move into dystopia territory.
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I've been dealing with an apocalyptic feeling of dread recently, although part of it is the fact that I've been sick for a while and still haven't gotten over it. But an even bigger part of it comes from the state of the world and what's in store for the future. If the corporatocracy and the state weren't already power-hungry sadists with the technology they currently have at their disposal, it's only going to get worse. Neural mesh technology could allow for a completely mind controlled populace with no desire to offer any kind of resistance whatsoever. It looks almost completely inevitable that the people of the future will be living in a complete nightmare world. I only hope I'm dead before they can roll it out.
>>5608 >These huge social media websites need to be abandoned and be replaced with places where people can actually communicate and share information with each other without censorship or surveillance While technically true, that's not realistic on a larger scale. How are you going to convince millions of people to migrate to another platform? Most people will just whine about how X site doesn't have Y feature, or that some of their "friends" won't be on there, or they'll refuse outright because people say Z thing that the media told them not to like. Most attempts have been blocked or subdued by backbone services like Cloudflare, and they get away with it because they're private companies and can do whatever they want, or whatever. The real problem isn't competition, it's a lack of competition resulting from the lack of antitrust enforcement. If you looked into any subsector of technology or media, you'll find that it's completely dominated by a handful of companies (and when they cooperate, it's no different from a single company dominating everything). You'll have two to six companies at the very top, and they'll control almost everything else. These companies will lobby and collude with the government to ensure that they keep their lofty positions. >insulin You're absolutely right, but let's not forget that diabetes wouldn't be nearly the problem it is now if not for all the crap that "food" companies are selling us. It used to be, long before any of us were born, that you could just buy normal food from the store, and that was the end of it. Now you have to actively look for anything truly healthy, and all that stuff's getting more and more expensive. The same can be said for cancer. You wouldn't believe how much carcinogenic crap is piled into foods marked as "healthy" these days, and I'm not just talking about fast food. I'm sure you've been to the supermarket, and have seen multiple products (like "butter alternatives") that are filled with chemicals processed to death from plants. They say it's plant based, so it must be healthy! No. There are some plant oils that really are healthy (like olive oil, and pretty much everything else that's been around for over a 200 years), but most of it now is processed to death and back. To give you a more infamous example, just go ahead onto youtube and look up "how to make margarine". Pick any video, watch it all the way through, and tell me that you are honestly considering eating anything made with it ever again. Now realize that all the horrifying chemicals which go into that (and more) also go into most food products made today. Next, go to your actual local supermarket, into the bread isle, and count how many loafs have "bleached" or "(X plant you've never heard of) oil" in the list of ingredients. It's disgusting. Don't even get me started on soy products. The fact that their most loyal consumers need fucking robot bottle openers should tell you enough. >>5618 >I've been dealing with an apocalyptic feeling of dread recently You and everyone else with two braincells to rub together. The world is not moving in a good direction.
>>5606 Of course it is. You can pin it on a lot of things but the main reason is pure hypocrisy. Think of all the self-proclaimed communists who are active starbucks drinkers that earn six figure salaries, all of the 'national socialists' who are just schizoids trying to escape from their boring reality, all of the people who want to 'stop racism' by including more niggers with boring personalities in TV shows. Push sadly never comes to shove for these kinds of people, but if it ever did I would delight in seeing them 180 on everything they hold dear. Can't fight against anything when you can't even trust the people you're fighting with.

Anonymous 08/14/2019 (Wed) 02:34:34 No. 39 [Reply] [Last]
Music thread.
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Demon - Heartbreaker https://youtu.be/Qf2zVWoppS0 honestly give a listen to the whole album it's all great stuff!
>>5512 I listened to the album and really liked it, thanks for posting this.

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Anonymous 10/17/2021 (Sun) 01:30:08 No. 5605 [Reply]
I thought I saw an anime picture of a presumably dead chibi girl with moth wings and bug antennae lying on her back, drawn over what I remember being a real-life photo. I've gone through the whole top half of the catalog though and still haven't found it, and it's making me crazy! Anyone here know the pic I'm talking about?

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LAIN STREAM PARTY Anonymous 07/21/2021 (Wed) 02:48:43 No. 5027 [Reply]
The annual independent SEL stream, American side. Tune in to https://cytu.be/r/thelainstream/ on September 21st 11:59 PM (2021-7-22 3:59 AM UTC) to watch Serial Experiments Lain with anons from all around the webring and beyond, English subtitles included. No sign-up required, just hop in!
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>>5578 >>5580 No worries, friends, there will be a new invitation every year with adequate advance notice (at least a week). Though be advised the date may be slightly different to accommodate a larger proportion of anons, there were a lot of complaints this year and it's no good letting so many Lain-lovers down. A serial version (one or two episodes per night, rather than a marathon) is also in consideration for 2022. If you remember the name of the feature you are talking about, please come back to this thread to name it, it sounds interesting and useful. Is it from vichan/Tinyboard?
>>5593 is it that thing with an anchor maybe?
>>5603 Anchor icons represent bump-locked threads (so that it's as if all replies sage the OP), I think those fall off the catalog once they reach the end of the last page like any other thread does.

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the radio station Anonymous 06/12/2021 (Sat) 02:45:38 No. 4646 [Reply]
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>>5536 i went to sleep after 1am as usual the good thing is that i get 8 hours of sleep anyway >eat >neet >sleep >repeat
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It's a pleasure to chill with you tonight /late/ friends
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Happy Friday, re/late/able anons. Nice to see you three here.

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end of the night Anonymous 05/09/2020 (Sat) 02:46:12 No. 841 [Reply]
it's getting early, a while ago I started hearing the birds starting to chirp, now they are pretty loud, in chirping terms of course, it's slowly getting bright. Personally I am not a fan, it makes me aware the day is coming, the quiet I so love about the night is coming to an end, having the world for myself and the websites I decide to share the time with will be no more as the bothersome, hectic day comes around, along with the expectations and people starting their day going about.
What are your thoughts on the end of the night? Do you like hearing the birds waking up? It makes me a bit afraid, even though nothing will happen.
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>>1819 Don't you dare drag your ass to Colorado unless you intend to expel the other CA invaders from my home.
>>1838 The birds are sent by MKULTRA to spy on you, sorry....
>>841 I've always been an Owl.

The internet sucks Anonymous 04/18/2021 (Sun) 13:20:43 No. 3705 [Reply]
It really does It’s toxic It’s full of people who act like they care but step on you like a roach the internet is making me go insane it hurts to think of anything
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>>3717 I like this, it's much easier and I become less impulsive with my screen time. Instead of being on the screen all day I use my computer for an hour or two at night before sleeping. than ontop of it the image boards give me the lil' ol' dopamine release here and there. Plus I get really anxious anytime I use social media. Not sure why but I know it correlates with social media.
>>3713 this actually sounds really cool I wish life were like this
>>3705 some things are good. As with most people, the big places are shit.

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Anonymous 03/29/2020 (Sun) 00:21:33 No. 675 [Reply] [Last]
Seems like this imageboard is dying, anything we can do about that? I know the decade of image boards is coming to an end but I'd hate to see this place dissapear like the rest, it just saddens me. Where'd everyone go? let's hopefully get this thread going. How is your night/sleepy day?
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>>4957 After reading up on it more, I plan on making the jump to it when they lower the ship cost. I'm not sure whether or not you could make an imageboard that uses it (although it definitely seems possible to me if it would just use Urbit identities instead of IP addresses). It would suck in that you'd have to have at least one dedicated identity for funposting to keep it away from other parts of your life, but at least having to buy ships would give people more skin in the game. Theoretically, at least.
>>5532 I would say it's because the issue with social media isn't that it's centralized, but that it's social media. While one of the ills certainly is how centralized it is, it's hardly the biggest one.
>>5521 The day of the bulletin board will surely be upon us again soon.

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Why can't you sleep? Anonymous 03/24/2021 (Wed) 08:12:28 No. 3395 [Reply]
Sleep is healthy for you. What's keeping you awake?
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>>4603 Why do you need to install linux? are you setting up a physical server for your image board?
>>4609 >tea cringe
>>3395 crippling anxiety

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Anonymous 03/30/2020 (Mon) 03:17:41 No. 694 [Reply]
Do any of ya'll smoke at night? I definitely like chain smoking in the darker hours. What's your favorite brands if so?
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>>5392 Pipe smoking isn't healthier if you do it multiple times a day, but if you don't inhale and are able to be responsible with it, you shouldn't have too many problems, at least not compared to cigarettes. I smoke a pipe about once a week to once every two weeks. It's nice, but it definitely takes practice before it really becomes something enjoyable. I'm still not very good at it honestly. I like to smoke it at night, but smoking it in the morning before work as the sun slowly rises is peak /comfy/.
>>694 I tried these parliament 100s the other day. Chain smoked a few while in the city at 2am with a couple people, taking photos. They're decent. I also smoke Luckies and Camel unfiltereds--I think thus far I've liked the Camels the best, and I also rolled my own cigarettes with a turkish blend that was great. Now that it's autumn I'd like to get some aromatic pipe tobacco and roll some cigs with that just to try it out. Something spicy, something with a hint of vanilla if I can find it. I really do like having a smoke late at night. When I get off work at 1am a smoke in the car with some music playing and the window down is perfect. >>779 I heard the Perique is great. My local shop has a pouch of it from American Spirit and I might roll my own with it. >>5392 The way I see it, everything is giving us cancer these days, some more than others, but fuck it, I'm not going to let it stop me... I smoke maybe a pack in a month. I'm not too worried at the level I'm at and what I usually do is chain smoke a few on a night out then not smoke at all for many days after that. I don't generally inhale, though. Maybe a little bit but I smoke my rollies like mini cigars and I enjoy them that way.
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>>694 I've always been a sucker for a late-night cigar and a scotch, or perhaps some brandy. Especially when the weather turns colder, a cigar with good pepper/chili notes is a real joy.

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Fizzy/Carbonated drinks Anonymous 03/04/2021 (Thu) 15:10:44 No. 3004 [Reply]
What's your favorite to drink to /late/?
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>>4895 pibb is criminally underrated. i love off-handed sodas like pibb.
>>3004 Grolsch. This beer might destroy me.
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The sun always rises Anonymous 02/25/2021 (Thu) 22:17:57 No. 2918 [Reply]
Hey sleepy heads, I don't usually draw attention to myself. I'd rather stay anon and enjoy the content but I'm old and I'm tired of image boards. It's been 15 years on them now and there's very little reason to remain. I wasted the best years of my life reading crappy posts, making shitty memes and isolating myself in a bubble away from the real world. I wish I had never discovered image boards and had made better use of that time. I hope this post will make people reflect on their own interactions with the internet and think "What else could I be doing now? What is the best use of my time?" Don't waste your life reading posts by someone you will never meet, who spends all their time reading posts by people he will never meet. Go out there, get some experiences, become a fully fleshed person instead of a wraith with edgy humour. Goodnight /late/. The sun will always rise, don't waste the night hiding from it.
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>>3140 look at this lamer chump and laugh >>3141 sick dude.
test post. I'm posting from a text-mode browser. Let's see if it works.
I'm being forced to go outside today and it just makes me want to give up.

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Anonymous 04/07/2020 (Tue) 20:45:50 No. 743 [Reply]
I stayed up all night watching vagrant holiday, comfy youtubers thread?
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Ambiguous Amphibian dispenses philosophy and literary references over slickly edited footage of wonkish simulation games. I've gotten sucked into this playlist of Project Zomboid where he tries not to starve, or freeze, or get eaten, or lose sight of Logos, Thumos, and Ethos. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXFIaWk23rSwACpUHg4Z8ecIJLBhfGqoU
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>>5053 >Ambiguous Amphibian dispenses philosophy and literary references over slickly edited footage of wonkish simulation games. When I first read this sentence, it took me a minute to realize that I wasn't reading the imageboard equivalent of a spam email subject line. >>5064 If you seriously believe that Antifa just means "anti-fascist," then I don't think I can help you.
>>5022 I checked shiey out and he is pretty cool, but between him and Vagrant Holiday is really a kind of virgin vs chad situation. Shiey got his tacticool gear, astronaut food and whatnot, like 12 powerbanks, and a fucking selfie stick, while VH has a shitty army sleeping bag, and only eats a baguette once in a while. In the train hopping episode Shiey complains all the time, which makes you wonder why he even does it in the first place, while VH seems to be in enjoyment regardless of what he does, even though he tends to be in more danger and discomfort. The last thing that i want is trainhopping after that shiey video, while pretty much every VH provides me with bad ideas. But still, shiey is pretty cool...

Late Night /tv/ Anonymous 06/01/2021 (Tue) 07:49:54 No. 4525 [Reply]
What do you enjoy watching late at night /late/? For me, it’s been binge watching King of The Hill (plus an episode of an anime here or there).
>>4525 Dr Katz The video quality is so poor, wish I had a crt tv to maximize the kino exprience.
>>4530 I used to have a 13" Sharp CRT in pristine condition but I had to leave it behind when I moved. I wish I'd found a way to keep it, I loved that thing. Now they're $150 on eBay. Hopefully I'll get lucky and find one locally.


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