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Minecraft Server [late.city] Anonymous 08/30/2019 (Fri) 03:19:38 No. 91 [Reply]
Minecraft is a comfy game, so we have a server! - A near-vanilla server on version 1.14.4 @ late.city a map for it exists @ https://map.late.city 23/09/20 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! The other important notice; NaxNir and I moved the server to hosting that provides better performance. Again, you don't need to do anything new to access the server. It just werks. Happy playing! P.S. Leave us a message in the mailbox at spawn, we read them!
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>>91 I'm planning to join the server/ Is there any moderation and rules on the server or is it basically anarchy?

Welcome home. Quilt 08/13/2019 (Tue) 02:35:16 No. 1 [Reply] [Last]
It has been almost 5 years now. It feels weird to me that so much time has passed, but here we are. An independent home for /late/ has been kicked around for years now, but it is only today that it became a reality. We owe it to Nax for much of making it happen, and Deadly, for being Deadly and funding the server. Enjoy, sleepy anons 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. 06/03/2020 We have a matrix instance available. You can sign up to our homeserver by going to https://riot.im/app/#/register selecting advanced and entering https://matrix.late.city. Alternatively just sign up for an account on https://riot.im/app/#/register like normal. Our community is at +home:late.city. This link may also be useful: https://matrix.to/#/+home:late.city. There are currently 6 channels federated between discord and matrix.

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looks like some random posting anon/bot(?) is back >>1657

Anonymous 08/13/2019 (Tue) 16:49:28 No. 30 [Reply] [Last]
Why do you stay up late?

personally I find myself to be a lot more relaxed and creative at night. There’s no stress, you do what you want to do and no one else is awake to tell you otherwise, compared to during the day when there’s always things that have to be done, whether it be work or chores, a time when people expect things from you.

It’s a feeling that I can't really replicate during the day. drawing or reading in the dark while it rains outside with a cup of tea in hand is very comfy, a time when you can truly unwind.
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Allegedly, a term exists in Chinese (I think) that roughly translates to "Revenge Sleep Procrastination" It refers to people who push back their bedtime to have some modicum of control over their day. Whether the term actually exists and is used or not is pretty irrelevant, as I feel it captures a motivation to stay up late pretty effectively. You think "Fuck it, I'll sacrifice a few hours of sleep, I do what I want" and do whatever. There's no immediate consequence, you won't feel the lack of sleep until you wake up, so you feel that sort of power or freedom that comes with being able to do what you want when you want. It's not the entire picture for me, but I definitely have stayed up for reasons similar to this.
>>1527 Thank for bringing that up. I'll never get tired hearing about that phenomenon. They're delaying sleep which is the little death just like NEETs try to avoid getting a job.
Because I can do whatever I want. Even if I spend all day procrastinating (which I more than likely did) I can always just say to myself "eh it's too late, I'll do it tomorrow" and spend the night online, watching movies, or whatever. Every once in a while I feel productive and do some studying, but that's rare. Besides that it's just nice to have some personal time when everyone else is off in dream land. I feel so much calmer at night, it's kind of surreal.
>>1527 Interesting. That would apply to me, I feel. If I have busy day(s) when I can't do what I want, I just stay up late and have my free time then. Also everything is usually more calm and quiet during the night.
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Use to feel free doing my work / play during the night, but lately I've been losing that feeling. Probably due to the facts of not having a job rn, got some in mind, but just waiting till this semester is over.

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Let's All Love Lain Anonymous 11/24/2020 (Tue) 07:15:10 No. 1777 [Reply]
no Lain thread? come on, now.
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Describe "comfy" Anonymous 11/18/2020 (Wed) 06:39:49 No. 1708 [Reply]
what makes something comfy for you? if some alien came down and asked you what it meant, how would you describe it?
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>>1729 This zen quote I found in a long-since lost invisionfree forum best sums up the concept of comfy. "Casting aside the splendor of nobility, a few twigs in the fireplace burning in the winter air. As we chattered like nitwits with our friends, in that moment, I felt content with the universe.
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i would say that 'comfy' can be applied to nearly anything (whether it be clothing, an image, a room, a color, a food, a sound, or even smells) as long as it brings you a sense of satisfaction without the assistance of any external actions/forces. if i have a particularly comfy hoodie, i feel comfortable just by wearing it, regardless of my surrounds or what i may be doing. if there's an image that i deem comfy, it's because just looking at it brings me a sense of contentment; and for however long i admire it, any external worries or stresses seemingly melt away. it really is an elusive term and i think that in itself brings a sense of /comf/ort, it's an incredibly subjective/personal term, and for that i love it.
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I would define comfy not as a positive experience, as it differs from person to person, some may find their local bar to be comfy while introverts would prefer their own home. I would say comfy is a lack pain, negative experiences, pressure from work or school... things we come here to experience.
>>1803 lack of pressure is a definite contributor to comfiness imo. i tend to feel most comfy at night after work, when i know i dont have anything i need to be up for in the morning.

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Alcohol thread Anonymous 08/19/2019 (Mon) 04:54:03 No. 64 [Reply]
Hey /late/ whats your favorite booze for night
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>>366
Drinking at night us a different experience. It feels otherworldly.
>>544
That's true. And since we're at it, I'll get a little drink right now.
>>544
How so?
Mulled wine or mulled cider is a decent warm buzz, especially on winter nights. Red wi E is my go to in winter as well, esp a decent Shiraz.
Tripel Karmeliet, whisky or Patxaran

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Pizza Anonymous 08/13/2019 (Tue) 05:12:28 No. 21 [Reply]
What is your favorite pizza?
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They're quads, but you get my point.
Muchas gracias. ?Como puedo iniciar sesion?
Frozen meat lovers'. For whatever reason, I've started to enjoy frozen more than pizza from chains or restaurants.
>>21 meat lovers', for sure. ive also been having a fungi pizza with balsamic dressing on top, they make it at a pub a few minutes away and its really good.
>>1000 Norwegian, it's white cream, herbs and smoked salmon. So good

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What do you do late in the night ? Anonymous 11/25/2020 (Wed) 22:25:47 No. 1796 [Reply]
What do you usually do when you stay up way beyond midnight or just do an all nighter?
>>1796 usually i play video games or go on youtube, sometimes i work but not much tho. Maybe i should spend these sleepless night doing something productive but then i'm afraid i won't be able to spend the upcoming day normally and not fall asleep at 6pm

Anonymous 08/14/2019 (Wed) 02:34:34 No. 39 [Reply]
Music thread.
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Grandma's Cottage (2019) (Comfy Synth, Ambient) https://youtu.be/QtBjuWw1Xvw A personal favorite.
Does anyone have songs similar to this: https://youtu.be/XsvGWBduBOk I like my late work nights to feel a little dangerous/odd.
Okayu - flos https://youtu.be/4muYzftomAE Nyanners - SEISO https://youtu.be/spi6yOS6zy4 Nhato - Jupiter Junction https://youtu.be/1sNtyKA87oo I made a point to listen to a bunch of symphonies over the last couple months, trying to develop some appreciation for purity and form in these times of corruption and dissolution. Not sure if it worked; on the one hand, I still rate these things by whether it sounds like a Williams score, but after awhile I also found myself listening to Uematsu and such with a somewhat more critical ear. If you'd like a recommendation from this exercise, I'll offer Bruckner's 6th: https://youtu.be/KGRiyyqwYuA because it's main, big, loud motif has the feel of an epic adventure film, I thought. And also Beethoven's 9th. I couldn't help feeling the joy. >>1558 Cool. I hadn't listened to anything huehueian in quite a while. Some years ago I found a lot of joy in CAZUZA's Vai à Luta, covers of Corcovado, and a lot of other 70s/80s stuff I can't remember. >>1654 This is unexpectedly delightful. >>1702 Konami, eh? I've never heard that, though I guess it comes from Silent Hill. Dangerous and night makes me think Vampire the Masquerade: Bloodlines. Especially the Santa Monica theme, though that's a lot cleaner and comfier than the dissonant track you posted. Maybe darksynth in general? I've always liked Carpenter Brut for my night runs through junkieland. https://youtu.be/UcChyvEUo-o
>>39 Discovered Klaus Schulze recently, it's really relaxing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UkXeOMSwdZQ

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

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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>>38 I don't thank you enough for this. The station really means a lot to me, I'm glad you guys keep it up. I've never posted here much, just lurked every few months but I'm glad /late/ is always here when I need it. I love you guys, stay safe
>>1172 I think I once saw double digits once but I could be misremembering
Is it possible to trim down the tracks by 仮想夢プラザ/Virtual Dream Plaza? They run on for 20-30 minutes at a time and get repetitive after a while.
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listening right now, i need to get comfier for this, it's too gentle for me to be sitting without a blanket tightly wrapped around me
>>38 Really enjoying the radio keep up the good work buddy !

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art of rally Anonymous 11/15/2020 (Sun) 02:04:22 No. 1695 [Reply]
such a cozy racer that i feel like i'm overdosing on melatonin, any anons here play it?
>>1695 i played the demo a while back, the whole game is out now, right?
¿what this game?
>>1769 art of rally haven't played it myself, but it does look quite fun
>>1771 Thanks mate, I like minimalist games
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I decided to check it out after coming across this thread and I'm surprised by how much I'm enjoying it. It really is a surprisingly relaxing game, and I often find drivan vidya to be pretty stressful. It's also nice that minimalist style actually enhances the game rather than just be the 3D equivalent of low effort pixel shit. It helps the game focus on just the necessary details, such as recognizable car appearances, or light effects that make the minimalist, flat-texture environments look surprisingly pretty. I recommend it.

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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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okay i fucked up i kept getting an error while trying to post a lain thread, but apparently it was working an now there's six threads for Lain.
>>1767 *Memento mori* in the cosmic time scale, we only just came into existence and evolved to use technology to build better versions of them. so don't live as if we'll be here for a long time. life can be snuffed out randomly, just like that.
>>1762 >>1776 you people have winter? *sobs in nothing-but-hot-&-humid-and-wet-&-cool-&-humid*
>>1790 If it makes you feel any better, I have a bunch of blankets and rugs and shit tacked up over my window to try to keep the cold out. It doesn't really work.
Weather lately has been a to-and-fro of fairly hot and fairly cold. Also been getting some spring showers (quite heavy for "showers").

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Planet /Late/ Anonymous 11/24/2020 (Tue) 05:37:02 No. 1772 [Reply]
Pluto is definitely a planet for /late/ (despite what the IAU says about what is considered a 'Plsnet')
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>>1772 idk, i'd say neptune is more fitting that's just me, though
I feel like Neptune, Pluto, Or Uranus would all be great fits.
>>1784 yeah the colder planets further out really exude that solitary comfiness imo
I like Mercury. You're right next to the sun, so there's basically infinite solar power. It's hotter than hell on the surface except in the craters, where I guess it's near absolute zero because there's no sunlight and no atmosphere. You'd only need to convert a little of what the sun is dishing out to heat a dome city.
>>1786 >near absolute zero there's radiation man. even if you're not hit by direct sunlight, the radiation from the core will still slowly cook you. like the famous Cave of the Crystals here on earth - the heat was unbearable and there's set time limits for every group that goes into the cave and do whatever science findings. i think most cave would have some heat if there's no proper or designated airflow so you'll need to build buildings that also shield occupants while cooling the interior at the same time.

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Anyone else likes Yuigahama's mom? Anonymous 11/23/2020 (Mon) 12:52:24 No. 1763 [Reply]
Also the rap battle scene was great.

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comfy mobie bread? Anonymous 11/20/2020 (Fri) 23:22:15 No. 1740 [Reply]
comfy mobie bread. you should watch stalker, its just great. there seems to be a lot of russian speakers here, but for those who dont, this version has pretty ok subtitles. https://youtu.be/TGRDYpCmMcM recommend other comfy mobies here. we should organize a movie viewing event, i went to /comfy/`s halloween night and it was very fun. maybe one for christmas? surely enough time to do it, and we seem to be picking up steam. hell, if we each invite a friend we could have a real party.
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>>1748 it's the only ghibli movie ive seen and i love it. i know they all have a pretty comfy feel to them.
>>1750 Kiki's Delivery Service is probably my other favorite, although the only one I've seen that I didn't like is Princess Mononoke (which I first saw as a kid). I haven't seen The Castle of Cagliostro or Porco Rosso and don't care to see anything after Spirited Away though.
>>1757 >dont care to see anything after Spirited Away is it because it was so good, or does it go downhill after that?
>>1758 I think they'd start to feel more contemporary to me in an aesthetic sense, and that's just not something I'm into. I'm not really into movies made past the early 2000s. I do enjoy Spirited Away though.
>>1759 okay i see i plan to check them all out, if the newest ones hold up in aesthetic ill recommend them

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Vidya game thread! Anonymous 04/13/2020 (Mon) 07:54:17 No. 769 [Reply]
Its the lockdown and I'm slowly getting used to the NEET life. So I acquired a copy of Action 52 and started reliving the good ol' days...

Whatcha playing right now?
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I'm replaying the Dragon Age series.
just started playing Guild Wars 2, after deliberating it for years.
Currently playing Momodora Reverie Under the Moonlight on Steam and Dragon Quest XI on my Switch. The weather has is getting colder and the nights are getting longer and these games are definitely providing the comfiness I need.
Anyone got any good flash games I could play? Been skimming over Andkon Arcade because I remember playing games hosted on that site as a teenager.
>>1753 Generally anything from Nitrome is playable. The Epic Battle Fantasy series is good all around and even though there are paid versions now, you can still play the free flash versions with only a few optional dungeons missing. Elements was recommended to me recently and it's a blast. I used to be really into Runes of Shalak when I was a teenager but I never beat it. Amorphous plus is tough as balls but really satisfying when you git gud at it. I have childhood nostalgia for everything on Kiddonet before it was rebranded as a girls' website and then the site was taken down because the dressup game was hosting malware or there was a scam or some shit. There are working safe backups of the site on the internet if you look hard enough. Flood Runner 3 is really satisfying especially when you score high enough that the game actively tries killing your run. I remember sinking hours into the Bubble Tanks series, but the second game seems incredibly stressful now that I have a computer that can actually handle playing it. Run 2 is a pretty good coffee break game. The Fancy Pants Adventures series has an incredible feeling of flow once you get used to the physics. Edmund McMillen used to make alright games before he started riding the roguelite train into the ground. Feudalism 2 is really fun, though I haven't tried the third game and the comments say that it's shit. The Industro-Tank series is a pretty good time waster. I used to play a lot of Thing-Thing but I don't know if it really holds up anymore, especially to a newcomer who didn't experience it as it happened. jmtb02 has some neat short experimental games. The perfect jump system in Epic Coaster should have been in more endless runner games. That "YES!" sound effect you get when you land one is immensely satisfying. Shit, I had to stop myself from playing to continue this post. Enough Plumbers is alright. I heard that Sonny and Mardek is really good but I also heard that the devs became fags and I don't know if you want to deal with that. Platform Racing 2 is basically dead but there are tons of amazing maps on it for how limited the engine is. The Learn to Fly series is among the better part of the endless flyer genre. Dino run is good fun but I remember the sequels being unable to recapture the original magic. I liked Tactics 100 and I normally can't into tactical games. Bloons Tower Defense probably does not need an introduction. If you keep an eye on zzzchan they sometimes have flash game threads where they post the classic stuff. Special thanks to Kongregate's stupid level system for keeping an archive of all the games I used to play more than a decade ago.

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songs to learn? Anonymous 10/27/2020 (Tue) 19:37:03 No. 1628 [Reply]
hey, i recently just found this imageboard and it looks pretty comfy and welcoming, what are some good sad songs to learn on guitar, also how are you all?
you should some fingerstyle minecraft songs, pretty comfy
this year marks the 20th anniversary of this album, guess quite apt to learn this song, I guess. https://youtu.be/9DCdCoQ49u8
Anything by Dave Bixby if you got a capo, they're quite cheap

This is a pretty sweet internet spot Anonymous 11/19/2020 (Thu) 02:19:28 No. 1720 [Reply]
I dont know how the fuck I got here, but... I like it
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Welcome.
Feel free to stick around. It's pretty relaxed around here
Its comforting in some way, that much like ancient ruins of dead civilizations, people will continue to stumble upon this place even after it dies. Welcome, anon.
>>1742 unless the hosting stops
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>>1747 until then, may we float adrift in the invisible sea for many years to come.

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Cute girls doing cute things Anonymous 04/12/2020 (Sun) 17:25:26 No. 765 [Reply]
Post pics, mp4s, whatever. keep it SFW pls
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name a cuter girl doing cuter things than my wife chino.
protip: you can't.
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I agree.
>>811
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1g07tvChuD0
This guy. Don't even need to understand Jap to enjoy his videos.
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>>811 Ina's a pretty comfy vtuber
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>>1158 >that homo who appeared last time! lmao wtf >>1732 Thanks, fren. Since making that post I went down the vtuber rabbithole and saw many cute things. I haven't checked out the hololive-en people yet. Other than being cursed by Amelia's singing.

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Dreams Anonymous 10/15/2020 (Thu) 05:46:19 No. 1581 [Reply]
First, I just wanted to say I love you all. I feel less and and less these days that are places on the internet I enjoy, but this place immediately feels like home to me. I hope everyone is doing well, staying safe etc. As for the main thread though, I've been /late/ for a fair amount of time now, has anyone else been having/avoiding bad dreams? I've started lucid dreaming, with no intention on my part, which has resulted in some very strange, some very scary dreams that result in me staying up to avoid them. Can anyone relate? Any tips? After writing this I realised there's already a thread about dreams. Apologies if this is seen as flooding, I just kinda wanted to make sure this place isn't entirely dead
i agree that theres a lot less places left for this sort of thing. just a comfy community, i guess ti doesnt attract as much attention as other things care to describe your dreams? i have been having strange dreams all year. probably to do with the bad vibes all year, something like that any sort of dairy tends to make me dream a lot more vivdly and for longer, so avoid them if you think its an issue. me? even though theyre kinda spooky i still enjoy it. i treat it as a sort of built-in horror game. free brain DLC, bro. i dont mind the board getting some more activity, tbh. place is kinda dead huh? hope youre well too anon.
I hope you're doing well and staying healthy too, anon. This place is special to me as well and I hope it continues to thrive in its own quiet way. I've definitely been having some weird dreams lately. In my whole life, I've never really had any "happy" dreams; just mainly uncomfortable, awkward, strange ones with a smattering of actual nightmares thrown in. But lately they seem to be getting a little more intense. For example, in the last one I remember, I fell asleep (in the dream) at my Dad's house where I used to live, and began to have a lucid dream within my dream where I walked up to the upstairs hallway and my deceased Grandpa was standing outside the bedroom when my Grandma died. I was shocked that to see him but in a way I was happy to that I got see his ghost and maybe ask him about the afterlife. I walked up to him almost to give him a hug but I realized quickly he couldn't speak and just stared at me, expressionless. I reached out and put my hands on his arms, but as I did that he started to fall forward on to me. As he did so, his face began to melt off and I fell backward trying to keep the bloody, exposed skull away from my face. I woke up gasping, (still in the dream), and left my Dad's house right away and wandered off to some abandoned mall where I went looking for books. Soon after that I actually woke up in real life. If I feel like avoiding dreams and just want a night without them, taking a cannabis edible before bed can help. I usually wake up feeling a little weird, but most of the time I wont dream anything and wont wake up intermittently.
I used to dream fairly regularly that I was in a big, polished shopping mall. It's a basically fun and exciting place; I run around, go up the elevators, notice the dusty, barely-inhabited expanses around the outer edges, and puzzle over the alien looking control panels that block off the administrative areas. I had one dream about a month ago where I was running around and appreciating the wacky architecture. Then I went outside, and there was a whole gang of thugs dressed in blue smoking and loitering. I nonetheless have to take the bus home, so I go 10 feet up the street into the shade of an overpass where I met an associate— a guy who looks like "beard" from Hotline Miami, and who also has the peculiarity of being the cashier in every store I visit. We exchange pleasantries until I notice a guy I knew from school lurking behind a concrete pillar. He's unkempt and overdressed for the weather. I call out to him and can't remember what we spoke about, but it became obvious he had become a paranoid schizophrenic. Something I said set him ranting and gesticulating and trying to calm him down just made him start doing taekwondo moves in the air, so I got the hell out of there back into the mall. The door opens to a long, empty corridor. I get through the entrance and the dude's right behind me. He hits me with a side kick and I go flying down the corridor and wake up. Last night I dreamt I was in a bigbox store just trying to get some groceries, and the dude's there stuffing merchandise into a filthy sack. He starts shouting (at no one in particular) something like "OH NO! That's too expensive! If I steal THAT, the store will go out of business!" He was really worried that he wasn't staying within whatever set of social policies that only he understands, and which he had established for himself. I've had a lot of dreams like that lately, where I'm trying to run errands but I can't navigate an endless labyrinth of rope-cordons, or because the bank has emptied my account "because covid" and no further explanation.
Most of my dreams tend to be downright comfy, or at least strange in a good, silly way. rarely do i have nightmares. Last night i think i had one of the worst nightmares in my life. Almost passed out when i woke up. i go to sleep, and when i awake(on the dream) i am standing up, looking down a set of stairs. I feel everything so vividly. i remember i am watching, waiting for something. I hear a creak behind me, turn around, and theres this thing. A HUGE deer skeleton/skinwalker/wendigo(?) thing is standing over me. Its antlers are so tall it reaches the roof of the cabin im in. Its face seems to stretch, coming to at least two meters. Its smiling at me. i try to draw my pistol, but the dream ends as i hear a loud crack. Maybe im not good at describing it, but it was the scariest nightmare ive ever had. >>1701 Weird, i also get the mall dreams. Doesnt look like any mall ive been to, my mall looks like the ones from the 80`s. I guess you running out of money in your dreams might be your economic worries from the real world manifesting in your dreams.

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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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Reread Skagboys. Reread Trainspotting as well before that. I have yet to find a book that can make me feel that way again, and the rereads don't come close to that first read. >>1077 Phenomenology of the Spirit
Stumbled upon two of L. Ron Hubbard's pulp fiction novels and I bought them for laughs. The first is Dead Men Kill, which I'm reading now. The second is Destiny's Drum.
>>1554 How is it? Do you like it?
Muchas gracias. ?Como puedo iniciar sesion?
i bought edward snowden's book "permanant record" and it just goes in depth about how scary national surveillance is, it's really neat.

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ambience Anonymous 02/22/2020 (Sat) 12:37:12 No. 623 [Reply]
what are some of your fav. looping or hour long ambience/ambient sounds?

just recently came across this on YT, so sharing here.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3sL0omwElxw

hope this is not out of place, as from previous /late/ board I can see most prefer electronic music
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>>1563 Glad I can tell somebody else about it.
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>>1561 Popol Vuh is pretty good. I started listening to them after watching Aguirre: The Wrath of God. This one's my favorite track from them, I think: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6KvKAY1q-Q
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End of Year/𝕎𝕚𝕟𝕥𝕖𝕣/ℭ𝔥𝔯𝔦𝔰𝔱𝔪𝔞𝔰 Anonymous 06/22/2020 (Mon) 17:35:26 No. 1067 [Reply]
so.. anyone else feel more alive every December, than other months?

I particularly like December. Regrettably, there's no Winter season from where I'm at, so usually I would binge on those cliche Christmas movies and online streaming christmas specials.
I guess my love for anything December, Winter, and Christmas stems from all the Christmas media I've encountered from young. Also, it was also during that month where everyone will be at home most of the time. And of course, get to stay up /late/

Given the past two months of 'soft' lockdown, whenever I go to the nearest 7-11 and back during the late hours, the atmosphere kinda like the quiet and still December/Winter nights... sans the cold temperture and snow.

How was it for you, last December?
Do you look forward to, or have anything planned for this year end?
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>>1501 October is my favorite month of the year, and Halloween is my favorite day. Needless to say I'm excited.
I always feel like after summer starts, I get sick of it. Then the rest of the year is the road to winter break, especially when the school year would start. I've had dreams that make me feel like Christmas and New Year's would be heaven, and I especially enjoyed both last year.
>>1536 Only two more months and we've arrived! Hell, Nov is close enough to get me excited! Though the past 4 or 5 Christmases I really haven't done much at all. No family, no presents, just alone. Why is it still exciting? I love it! I love you!
weather's getting slightly more cooling now. I hope it will stay this way all through Jan 2021 Christmas displays are slowly going up in the city/malls area. Can't wait for Christmas to come.
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My favorite time of year is late spring and early summer. I don't really like winter other than Christmas, although I can definitely appreciate the beauty of hoarfrost-covered trees, freshly fallen snow, and the blindingly sunny days that occasionally happen in my area. Late August through fall I just find to be dreary and depressing for whatever reason. I think I'd honestly prefer a climate that was warm year-round than a standard temperate one, although Christmas wouldn't feel like Christmas. Unfortunately, I feel like I've been less able to get into the Christmas mood the older I get.

/LateNightFeels/ Music Thread Anonymous 06/04/2020 (Thu) 06:58:15 No. 946 [Reply]
Songs to sleep to
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Anything by Brian Eno except for his rock albums, really. Also: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jg4_tic4JQA
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i think this would fit nicely in this thread - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-XCXdpDSIEk >Night Ride was the second episode in the Night Walk series. It was filmed along with Night Walk in one night on May 2, 1986 and began airing after Night Walk on the early morning of June 22, 1986. >The Night Walk series, considered an early example of "slow TV," was filmed in Toronto in 1986 and aired nightly between 2:30 and 6 a.m. on the Global Television Network in Ontario from 1986 until the summer of 1993. All tunes composed by Michael Spivak and are copyright (c) 1986, by Jaylar Productions Limited. Video directed by Bill Elliott. Steadicam: David Crone. All songs and video used with full permission.
>>1564 I enjoy videos lke that. mMlancholy driving. Thank you for posting this anon
>>1679 yeah, i agree. its kinda like night walks, but you get to see, hear, experience a lot more.

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Vintage Internet! Anonymous 10/19/2019 (Sat) 15:42:40 No. 177 [Reply]
Post pre-2007 internet pages here. I'll start -

http://nitta.sakura.ne.jp/index.html

http://www.fansubs.ca/

Some site where you can order VHS repro copies of 90's anime. Surprised me, since the last time he updated was December 2015. He's probably still selling them.

http://www.nausicaa.net/~lgreenf/

Some random guys homepage. I tried to find him and see what he was up to today, but no dice. Kind of a mystery.

http://www.saveoursailors.org/

An old Sailor Moon fansite that tried to get a proper english release. Kinda funny how that shit don't even matter anymore, what with fansubbing and all.

http://www2.tky.3web.ne.jp/~yosshin/index.html

http://www.lares.dti.ne.jp/~naritaya/secret/secret-arts.htm

http://www.cyborg.ne.jp/~piahowa/htm/main.html

Buncha Japanese sites. I don't know what these are. Some of them have porn, though.

You are now overcome by a sense of deja vu, like you've seen this thread before.
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>>813 It really shits me off that this site disappeared sometime between when this post was made and now. I intended to look through it eventually.
>>1642 Sooner or later, /late/ and with it this thread will be gone. Archive early, archive often!
comfy AF
>>1642 Same. You get it into your head that a site that hasn't disappeared for decades won't disappear any time soon, either. Last legit archive was in Feb: https://web.archive.org/web/20200217090750/http://www.world-builders.org/ It has contact info. This might also be interesting, if less ancient: https://conworld.fandom.com/wiki/Other_worldbuilding_sites_and_resources
>>1642 I wouldn't be surprised if suddenly seeing there's some visitors actually reminds the owners that their site is still up and most likely still being paid for, thus they close it.

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