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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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>>5640 I'm glad you have goals anon.
>>5617 That game looks cool
>>5690 It was. It’s called "Life and Death", and they really went all out on it - they even put a pair of latex gloves and a mask in the box. There was a whacking great book in the box too that covered the evolution of surgical procedures throughout history. Fascinating stuff.

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!
Edited last time by quilt on 10/18/2019 (Fri) 05:32:11.
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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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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.

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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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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.


hope this is not out of place, as from previous /late/ board I can see most prefer electronic music
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Many, many ambient tracks to choose from on https://mynoise.net
>>5433 Thanks for sharing this anon, the distant thunder one is amazing. Apparently there's a whole world of these ambient sounds that I never knew existed.

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good day Anonymous 09/07/2021 (Tue) 16:39:52 No. 5322 [Reply]
a few months ago i was on here i was sad and now m happy i have a bf now pic not related
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Congratulations Anon. I wish I could say the same.
>>5322 things will get better dude i promise if you wanna talk we can talk on discord
>>5323 the reply i sent to myself i meant it to you if you wanna talk we can
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>>5322 i've only ever had that soda on campus, it's been a year now and i still remember it. good drink, i need to get it again and verify.

Realising That You Are Different Anonymous 08/09/2021 (Mon) 11:18:36 No. 5154 [Reply]
Hi /late/, I have been lurking here for years now; feel like posting some stuff I would not really share elsewhere. Right now I am vibing off 800mg DXM, a few bumps of ketamine, 20mg oxycodone, a shot of lab ethanol, and an edible lmao, so sorry if I am scattered :( Anyway, over the past year or so I have felt very distant from "normal" people. For a long time I ended up being a lot like every one else, not because I had a desire to follow, rather, it was because it was the path of least resistance; a state driven by lack of thought. The recent pandemic has been interesting to me, while I had never felt normal or had a strong desire to be normal the pandemic was sobering in many ways. My country had a strict lockdown for months and months - very long - this is where I noticed how starkly different I was; while others cried and complained about not being able to get hammered with their friends I pulled my socks up and made positive changes to my life. It was sobering to see most of my friends spend this time drinking alone, watching netflix, and complaing, what the fuck is wrong with most people. It is funny to see how most people default to what others are doing, and when there isn't immediate signalling, self destruct. I spent probably about 7ish months alone with minimal social contact (no voice chats or that shit, saw one friend in the park occasionally) and I was fine- I didnt feel sad to be alone- yet most of my friends were so impacted by this sudden exposure to isolation. It was so reassuring to see this difference, in many ways it made me feel stronger; I could maintain a large socially life and just drop it at a dime and not even look back. Looking at life with this experience has been so great. I have stopped talking to some people who were poor influences, talked more to those who were good to me, and have felt more contempt with a smaller social circle. I have stopped watching TV shows, films, playing vidya; have spent pretty much all that excess time exercising, studying, playing music, and cooking. Things have been good, have developed a six pack in like 2 months lmao. This has gone on long enough. Point is my dear /late/ browsers is that life can be what you want it to be, norms in your life can morph - whether that be due to externalities or your own fruition - don't follow the crowd and question why you do what you do. Peace.
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>>5154 >over the past year or so I have felt very distant from "normal" people. I've been in a similar situation but different reasons. Everyone is so alien. I keep getting lost in thought observing people and their mannerisms. I cant stop thinking about how weird and scary humanity actually is; I get so lost I forget I exist. I can still carry out a conversation like everyone else but I would still find bliss in indefinite solitude. I know I will die someday but I hope I can still observe after that.
>>5154 >Things have been good, have developed a six pack in like 2 months lmao. advice? wanting to start working out / being healthy but i don't really know where to begin
>>5195 I find the isolation to be self-reinforcing - didn't ever feel so blissful before. I find the propensity for solitude comes from an analytical mind, I spend a lot of time doing high level physics, applied maths, control (etc...), so am used to periods of strong extended focus; conversation doesn't usually call for that sort of focus so can feel weird when I have been consistently lost in work. Drugs do wonders for breaking down barriers tho, socializing is ultimately something everyone should do frequently even if it doesn't seem essential. >>5248 Method depends on where you're at now. If you're fat, just diet and increase the amount of cardio you do (walking is easy and ~20% less effective per distance than running). Running is good for keeping weight down and also increasing health; trick with it is consistency, start small and work up. I mostly do bodyweight shit since gyms are closed, and I started with a decent base since I had done running in the past. As for body weight stuff and just working out in general, doing 3 or so sets of 10 reps and allowing yourself to fail in the last set is a decent enough rule of thumb. Do push ups if you dont have a base, try to get 10 in a set, if you cant do 10 do less than that. Lunges/squats are good for legs if youre starting. Once you can do ~50-60 push ups in a row, you can do more difficult shit like pseudo planche pushups, frog stands... I rate pseudo planche pushups since they use a lot of your upper body. Lots more I could say, but the jist is just consistency. Eat well, dont eat junk food, try to cook your own shit, and eat mostly lean meat, dairy, rice, pasta, oats, veggies, and fruit. Stick to the exercises, take breaks every couple days if you notice strain.
>>5248 Are you into sugary drinks? I've never been overweight, but I've found cutting them out of my diet to be one of the easiest changes I've made as far as improving my diet goes. For exercise, I'd second bodyweight exercises like pushups, squats, and pull-ups. You don't even need equipment for a lot of them.
>>5264 Used to drink that stuff when I was a kid, used to mix them a bit with spirits but havent done that in years. One thing to note is that drinking can be a bit of a hinderance, I have a high alcohol tolerance so try not to get drunk too much haha. Soft drinks do have loads of sugar though, which isnt really used to build muscle, just good for giving you energy to do exercise - amounts of energy you would only really use if you were running 20+ kms frequently. Also if you are a drinker, realize that ethanol is high energy by itself, and is absorbed preferentially to other energy sources, so if you drink a fuck tonne - even spirits or pure shit - you can gain a bunch of weight lmao. Never happened to me, but am more of a binger

radio Anonymous 02/11/2021 (Thu) 03:54:23 No. 2666 [Reply]
Oh hey, glad to see me late radio friends tuning back in again.
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late station has a been a bit lonely lately
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>>4096 4! i'm gonna leave this on in the bg on my speakers as i sleep, gn late.
>>4099 Awesome! Rest well anon.
Shout out to my /late/ friends enjoying some nice music this Sunday night.
>>5271 Used the wrong screenshot. Whoops.

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Anonymous 07/25/2021 (Sun) 02:23:49 No. 5059 [Reply]
i dont have much left so imma try this whats new with you guys
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>>5120 this and also im trying to keep my one personality neutral to avoid cringy shit
>>5214 I don't do that. I choose to be myself at all times unless inconvenient!
Wish there was an /early/ for us daywalkers.
>>5224 Why though? The sun is disgusting.
>>5240 based

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let's make a micro-nation Anonymous 05/01/2021 (Sat) 20:01:16 No. 3853 [Reply]
all discussions about flags, location, planning, design, politics, laws, military concepts may be discussed and posted here
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>>4491 also in bir tawil we could allow elon musk to make space rocket platforms there with the condition that we're also allowed to use it in the future
recognize sealand as a country
>>3853 >>3853 There is always a spot to buy a offshore oil driller/platform. As a location for a Micronation
>>3853 I’ll make the logo
>>4939 lel no reply

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Official Miura mourning thread Anonymous 05/20/2021 (Thu) 05:45:15 No. 4235 [Reply]
the author of Berserk, Kentaro Miura, passed away on May 6, and his death has just been announced to the world. this is a dedicated thread to honoring him and saying some words. thread theme: https://youtu.be/vZa0Yh6e7dw
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Haven't gotten around to reading his work, but RIP anyway.
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>>4244 i haven't either, but just from what i've seen and heard, the man was a true artist and a master of his craft. it's really neat going through 4chan and seeing at least one thread up for him on every board.
As the only person who read Berserk, i can attest, its pretty good. Eventho everyone knew he would die before ever finishing the series, it feels weird that its actually over now. I only started reading Berserk like 5 or 6 years ago, hard to imagine that there are people who started reading before i was alive, and that the journey will never conclude.
I never understood how good Berserk was until reading the manga for the second time. The first time I was amazed at the level of detail in the drawings. The second time I paused to actually read the dialogue.

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Hey /late/ Anonymous 08/15/2021 (Sun) 08:00:24 No. 5190 [Reply]
Just wanted to say I love catching up on threads when I get a chance to check in. Hope you're doing well this morning, and be sure to stay comfy.
you too buddy
>>5190 That's some nice scenery.
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>>5190 will do, friend you all stay safe out there

Bye Anonymous 04/06/2021 (Tue) 05:07:19 No. 3570 [Reply]
Guys I probably won’t be using the board much anymore I just can’t take emotional pain all the people who I loved either left me or won’t talk to me I’ve been dealing with this since September when I got rejected by my friend kaleb all that’s in my mind is wanting to die and getting help didn’t help so bye I guess thanks for being amazing y’all
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Fuck, I hope he didn't go through with it.
>>5153 Not OP, but fuck you man.
>>5153 Eat shit.

Español Anonymous 03/04/2021 (Thu) 15:26:59 No. 3006 [Reply]
Hola a todos Saludos desde un pais de centroamerica La verdad estar feliz y triste es algo normal.. amo estar solo en mi computadora y dejar todo atras. Escuchando musica romantica y musica de decepciones amorosas. Que te gusta escuchar cuando andas de bajon...Triste... Pasa links Musica
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cuando estoy triste escucho dubstep y otra música electrónica intensa para ahogarlo últimamente he estado obsesionado con la banda sonora de ULTRAKILL llamada "INFINITE HYPERDEATH"
¿Alguna posibilidad de que podamos hacer que los sucios comedores de carne se sometan a su verdadero maestro vegano? La carne es una herramienta del diablo y, francamente, hay que hacerla innecesaria.
>>3732 a menos que comencemos a hacer carne cultivada en laboratorio, no va a suceder
Enjambre - Dulce Soledad https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oo_WiY2QEz8 INTOXICADOS - Volver A Casa https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhIQJFBQLus Elia y Elizabeth - Ponte bajo el Sol https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZCXkhkKngAk
>>3732 No voy a comer la soya.

radio.late.city Anonymous 12/07/2020 (Mon) 22:05:44 No. 1923 [Reply]
Can't say I've posted here before, only that I use the radio and know this place is struggling with activity. Shoutout to the other 3 late friends last night on the radio.
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>>2055 </3
this song would be a lot better if it were actually snowing outside instead of just being cold and rainy :/
I haven't tuned in in a while. Forgot how nice the music was here.
It only ever shows þe artist and title of þe first song, unless I go to þe URL in a new tab.
>>5092 It's been showing þe song title & artist pretty consistently since I posted þis, actually. Maybe too many tabs were open, idk

Anonymous 07/06/2021 (Tue) 20:11:07 No. 4926 [Reply]
Another day where I wake up at 3am. It doesn't seem healthy.
Expend more (physical) energy while you're awake. Eat less sugar.
I'm an office wagie. There is not a lot of physical movement going on. I should cut down on the sugar. I should also use some physical energy. What's the easiest way?
>>4932 Start doing 15-30 minutes of cardio a day. There are plenty of resources online that can help you figure out which exercises to do. Try eating healthier when possible.

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Anonymous 06/12/2021 (Sat) 02:35:19 No. 4645 [Reply]
im sleepy even after long sleep why havent even eaten any sleep pills
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>>4653 Too much of anything can be unhealthy.
>>4653 >>4654 i believe is slept for either 4 hours or 8. i get randomly exhausted regardless
>>4645 I find if I sleep for more than 10 hours I feel tired for the rest of the day 6-8 really does seem to be best.
>>4658 It takes roughly 4 hours to complete one REM cycle. >>4659 I feel even more tired when I sleep for 12.
>>4645 Maybe depression? Maybe not enough consistent physical activity? Maybe whatever you're doing (or even anticipating) throughout the day is boring or uninteresting to you?

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Anonymous 05/08/2021 (Sat) 04:32:42 No. 3993 [Reply]
since when did people desire so strongly to adhere to a stereotype that may be attached to what they spend their time doing? does playing video games really make me a gamer and watching anime a weeb? i thought those were just activities one does rather than having those activities define their personality. do people just engage in these activities because they want to be able to justify acting a certain way, or is it their intrinsic behavior that draws them to an activity? i get confused
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>>4023 I know what you mean. There are even guys like Jonathan Davis who have been singing adolescent edgelord lyrics for decades and still seem psychologically stuck in high school. I'm fine with some edginess if it's used to create a certain aesthetic (like a lot of other metal bands who are more over the top while still having a sense of humor about their gimmicks), but it's kind of pathetic and tryhard when they're taking it so seriously and seemingly desperate to appear like tortured, misunderstood artists.
You are what you do most.
I don't think it's new at all, anon. Nearly every subculture seems to go through what >>4017 describes, as that subculture devolves into a fashion, especially if it's a counter-culture. As it does so, things related to that culture get dragged along for the ride. The tough guy "Biker" archetype comes to mind.
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>>3993 humans are quick to categorize and stereotype others based on outward traits, it's been this way since the dawn of civilization and societies. it's far easier to sort others based on their most visible interests and traits. it's also why people often go from one trend to another, and why trends exist in the first place: to reinforce a personality in the minds of the ones sorting them. religions, cults, clubs, you name it; they all are based upon this idea of stereotyping and compartmentalizing individuals so they are easier to approach and engage with.
>is it their intrinsic behavior that draws them to an activity it's this. labels like "weeb" or "gamer" are pathetic though.

/latewalk/ Anonymous 04/30/2020 (Thu) 07:25:43 No. 824 [Reply]
Just had my first of the year, and it was amazing.

I haven't been out in a month owing to a broken limb, and haven't been out late in half a year owing to our interminable northern winters, so everything about the experience was the perfect combination of fresh and familiar. The feeling of gravel shifting under my weight. Shadows dancing in my peripheral vision, in a field lit by the half moon. The smell of sulfur hits my nose and I notice a woman sitting in the bed of a parked pickup truck across the street idly smoking a cigarette, like a background animation. The buzzing of utility boxes and the uneven clomping of my boots. Things are very quiet without all the cars. I suspect the decrease in pollution is why the stars were so clear, as well.

It's nice not to be a cripple, or a brain in a jar anymore.

How have yours been, anon? Are you taking advantage of the empty streets and our new social distancing regime? And what's your nightwalk playlist?
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Post music robots can relate to.

Rilo Kiley - Better Son or Daughter
>>824 That sounds nice. I used to go on more night walks, but after dealing with some serious sexual harrasment at work, I'm more wary of being out alone at night. I still go for normal walks every day though. Maybe I should get into night bicycle rides. The air smells so fucking good at night. >>1162 That sounds beautiful.
It'd be a beautiful night to walk, but I'm tired enough I don't think I'd get anywhere before collapsing.
>>824 I'm a middle aged neet with parents that recently decided having the lights off is unsafe so there are over 9k mosquitoes blocking my exiting. That and cops trolling bothers me and parks close at dusk where I live and etc. In a different area I did it more often.
>>824 Also in the gutter the streets are never empty in such a place that I live.

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Anonymous 01/04/2021 (Mon) 19:40:40 No. 2210 [Reply]
visiting home and i don't know how to handle my dad talking all the time and not having control of my routine. realizing i'm far more autistic than i thought. advice?
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>>4623 that's awful anon, hope you find a fix someday. jesus.
>>4628 I'm confident that it will get better at some point, as people are finally starting to talk about the condition. It finally got a Wikipedia page recently, after years of medical "professionals" completely ignoring it and telling people they were fine. I'm better than I was when I first injured myself and my dick was completely numb, but it still sucks a lot. Even aside from the obvious physical symptoms, it really takes its toll on your self worth.
>>4633 I injured my foreskin over time by masturbating and developed pathologic phimosis. Instead of circumcision, I'm using the Japanese Glansie which is two-pronged (there's a three-pronged one by an American company). It hurts a lot to stretch it to the limit to create micro-tears to rub in the steroid cream.
>>4656 I'm circumcised and also developed stretch marks and discoloration from regularly jacking off without lube. I wouldn't mind being circumcised if it wasn't for that.
>>4664 at least you don't have vitiligo Sadge

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Anonymous 06/03/2021 (Thu) 20:31:48 No. 4548 [Reply]
Been dealing with insomnia from a young age, didn't get treatment until very recently but now the zopiclone fucks me up worse than the lack of sleep. Think I found this place googling a way to fall asleep. But I'm glad I did. Lurking here is a good experience. Sleep tight bros.
>>4548 what is the side effects of zopiclone? I also have insomnia but i didn't thought about getting a medical support
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>>4548 hope you get some good sleep, anon and hey, if it continues to elude you, you're welcome to hang out here. also nice pic, haven't seen the movie but what i have seen has been cool.
Have you tried cbd? Works wonders.
>>4551 For me the first thing I noticed was this chemical taste that stuck to the inside of my mouth for days. Can't get rid of it no matter how much I brush my teeth, use mouthwash, eat and drink etc. I never used it more than three days in a row but that was all it took to scramble my brain for about a week. Just constantly fatigued and unable to concentrate or think. Made work pretty much impossible. >>4565 I haven't but I'm open to giving it a go. I'll try anything at this point. >>4564 Thank you anon. I recommend it, easily the best monster movie I've ever seen.

>sad Anonymous 05/03/2021 (Mon) 16:16:04 No. 3914 [Reply]
I wish I wasn’t a depressed 18 year old I wish I was a happy fetus
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>>4040 Here.
>>4173 this is beautiful thank you
So recently I started dating some guy named Michael me and him are gay that’s not Important but the thing is he lives in the uk while I live in the us and when I’m about to sleep he wakes up it’s a endless cycle but I don’t know if I should break up with him because of the long distance
>>4275 This question is hard because there isn't much more information about your guys relationship. Do you guys really enjoy each other's company? Get along well? Love each other? If so, that might be a few good reasons to stay, but then again, I'm not you and I don't know the story. If you feel like it's dull, and things might be coming to an end, it might be better to cut it off so he and you could meet people closer to spend time with in real life. Just some thoughts, I don't know.
waow man ı am 15

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WH40k Anonymous 05/24/2021 (Mon) 16:28:30 No. 4439 [Reply]
Does /late/ like WH40k? If so what's your favorite faction? Do you play the tabletop? Vidya?
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The only game I play is Dawn of War. I like the aesthetics of it, but the older versions only.
im in it purely for the lore my fav factions are the orks, mechanicus, necrons, tau and eldar plus some chaos stuff
>>4462 Oh forgot mechanicus even exists. I loved them then i learnt their omnissaiah was emperor.
>>4469 i think the emperor tricked the mechanicus into thinking he was the omnissiah
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>>4439 i've played Space Marine, that was a fun time. i really liked the Astartes animations, managed to save those before GW scrubbed the channel. i was looking forward to Exodite, too, but i'm not about to get that new streaming service they're putting together for all the new content. as for factions, i really like the Mechanicus and the Eldar. i really like elves and scholarly races like them, and Eldar fit that bill, plus they've got cool architecture. i've started liking the Mechanicus as i play the game, they look and sound really cool.

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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 Kepler B.
space-habitat would be cool aswell
pluto-tards need to know their place, it's just a rock, sweetie. It was demoted from planethood for a reason.


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