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1 Name: Anonymous : 2020-05-21 21:46
I wanted to discuss this manga again so badly with someone and then I remembered about afternoon and our literal origins lol.

Anyways, would love to have a discussion about this manga in general. I reread it this past week and by the 10th chapter I was already in that peaceful world that Ashinano made. I havent' read it through in quite some time at least like 5 years but the effect was all[...]
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10 Name: Anonymous : 2020-05-29 14:30
>>8
Besides >>9, Aqua/Aria is what feels closer.
11 Name: Anonymous : 2020-05-29 17:51
Also Toyoda Tetsuya's manga has a similar vibe. It's a shame that he made so little, I consider him an underappreciated artist in our circles.
1 Name: T-Pain's Vege Garden : 2018-12-27 01:12
I had a really funky dream from my nap but I can barely remember it. All I know is that it shook the shit out of me. What have your dreams been like recently other anons? Have you been able to sleep lately with that thing being there?
73 Name: Anonymous : 2020-05-27 20:42
I had a dream once where I had a long conversation with Sting on the porch of his house in Tuscany. He was super chill.
74 Name: Anonymous : 2020-05-29 06:48
In the future or an alternate dimension people travel to the past or our present/dimension to save people who have been traumatized. There's extra-dimensional creatures who feed on trauma and kill people, and when these people are eaten or killed their bodies become frozen and distorted across multiple dimensions, disrupting the other dimensions and timelines. Sam is a person tasked with crossing timelines/dimensions and preventing these people from experiencing these events or dying from them.

In a hangar there's a woman frozen in the center but she's giant-sized, as big as the whole building, and covered in frost like cobwebs. Her head has fallen off, like it was cut, and it's hanging in midair perpendicular to her body. Across her face is a projection like a movie of a scene from her childhood playing, and it's like a crack in space. The hangar was built around her to contain her distortion. Sam puts on a suit and walks towards the crack in/on her face and as he gets closer he distorts and becomes larger/smaller. He finally lays down next to her face and looks into her eyes and rolls into the cracked space. There's a tether connecting him to an air supply. He falls out on the other end into a suburban bedroom. The girl is a child laying on the bed and there are people screaming downstairs. He knows the monster is down there too looking for her but if he leaves her she might die so he sits with her and speaks with her in his strange space suit. He tries to calm her down and tell her everything will be okay after this. While he's speaking with her I wake up.
74 Name: Jackalope : 2020-05-19 01:23
>>71

Thanks so much for the one with the Ian Mackaye interview I had never heard it before. This group is one I was just introduced to recently and it seems no one else knows about this duo group, Sunset Headrest:
Memories of today - https://youtu.be/g8QHjg7I4ZM
75 Name: Anonymous : 2020-05-29 03:36
Far Away Places (Vaportrap - Trip-Hop - Electronic Mix)
https://youtu.be/T4JzFq-nNs4
1 Name: Anonymous : 2020-03-14 12:46
Inspired by the comfy music thread. What are some of your favorite comfy vidya games?

I personally love Animal Crossing and can't wait for New Horizons.
28 Name: Anonymous : 2020-05-14 00:35
>>26
For me its Realm of The Mad God. I've been playing it on and off since 2011 when it was just a small flash game. It's perfect for zoning out and relaxing because it is a barebones roguelike MMO bullet-hell without too much thinking, just skill. Just got back into it since they rewrote the whole thing in Unity. I always seem to come back to it even when other games get boring.
29 Name: Anonymous : 2020-05-28 21:32
I've started playing Shinsekai, on the switch, by capcom, which I believe was quite recently released.

It's a nice slow-paced game where you explore an undersea environment of a flooded city.

It's very, very comfy.

Personally I hope there are more mid-range games from big publishers like this, it reminds me of the ps1/2 era.
1 Name: Anonymous : 2020-05-26 04:54
Out of boredom during quarantine i made a discord server to hang out on and so far there's a few members. Anyone's welcome if u want in. https://discord.gg/EXBAfQ Have a nice day
18 Name: Anonymous : 2020-05-28 20:14
>>10
Same anon from yesterday.
It's a basic social Discord server. I don't find them that interesting though...
I think that's a problem with group chats as a whole where you are faced with an endless stream of messages. You have to respond quickly before the chat switches to another subject and that doesn't give much room to be thorough and lead the conversation to a more interesting place.
19 Name: Anonymous : 2020-05-28 20:59
>>16
Sadly the only real programming discussion I've ever found is either in small groups of colleagues or, rarely, on hacker news.

>>13
It's an interesting discussion though, I also would like some online comrades to occasionally discuss things with. I guess the problem is that it would have to be really [...]
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2013-06-13 20:25
Yama no Susume was a very pleasant surprise. Very short at 3 minutes per episode, but it enjoyed a very high production value and it had lots of beautiful nature shots. It might even get a second season!
511 Name: Anonymous : 2020-05-28 15:50
Recently a friend of mine tipped me off onto watching anime and I’ve just been blitzing a bunch of shows. So far I’ve gone through One Punch Man, Maid Dragon, Gabriel Dropout, Mob Psycho, FMA:B, Soul Eater and Kill La Kill.

Standouts for me are probably KLK and Maid Dragon, why wasn’t I doing this before?

Sidenote: OPM’s Manga is phenomenal, which I finished in one night and probably kickstarted this. Also reading GTO, and Onizuka is truly the goat.
512 Name: Anonymous : 2020-05-28 19:59
>>510
Some people say Skypiea is the best arc, but honestly I actually consider the G8 filler arc after it that everyone skips to be one of the best arcs of the anime. It's One Piece at its core
1 Name: Anonymous : 2016-01-26 14:44
Let's have an index of cool forums, IBs, textboards and so on.
575 Name: Anonymous : 2020-05-27 16:06
Another instance of SchemeBBS:
https://bbs.jp.net/mona
576 Name: Anonymous : 2020-05-28 01:14
>>558
Not exactly the same thing but you might like VistaServ.net.
1 Name: Anonymous : 2020-01-14 01:44
Just checking up on you anons, how's it going today?
I'll try posting here everyday if I can (or most), would be cool if you guys did too.
Today was pretty good, made some serious progress on an almost booru-type thing I'm writing, and talked with some friends. How was your day, anon?
167 Name: Anonymous : 2020-05-26 03:50
>>166
My plan since high school has always been to buy a motorcycle and just hit the road north here in California, listening to my favorite music along the way. That's at least what I would with that energy.
Also my day has been pretty good, this might be sort of inappropriate for this board, but I fucked this really hot girl the other last night and she was saying all these nice things to me. Really boosted my ego for the whole day.
168 Name: Anonymous : 2020-05-26 04:29
>>167
It's not that it's innappropriate but you could've phrased it a little better baka~~

When I got it I got it more out of spite than anything, took me awhile to get used to it and I'm still learning. Definitely don't regret it yet though, it's like a weight off my shoulders in the sense that at least I tried it even if it wasn't as life [...]
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2020-03-30 18:28
I have created a website at https://bliksemlight.web.fc2.com/, and I just want to know how interesting you think my site is.
11 Name: Anonymous : 2020-05-25 20:19
>>10
try removing the comma at the end of the link.
12 Name: Anonymous : 2020-05-26 17:10
What in the world, why do you need google adsense and doubleclick tracking for a personal recipe site, why are there 37 scripts running, why did you use a website builder for such a basic site, why is there just a large section dedicated to paypal.
Why why why?
1 Name: The taste of summer. : 2013-07-18 00:03
In this thread, we ask the next poster what their favorite *kind* of something is!
For example: Hey >>1, what's your favorite kind of flower?
My answer: It's sunflowers!
I'll start. Yo, >>2! What's your favorite outdoors place to have a snack?
164 Name: Anonymous : 2020-05-17 10:49
>>163
I can't broaden the definition to a whole art style, but Beksinski is my favorite painter.
>>165
Do you have a favorite item that you use daily?
165 Name: Anonymous : 2020-05-19 01:23
>>164
My computer I suppose.

>>166
What's your favorite name (in any language)?
1 Name: Anonymous : 2019-12-24 05:07
Are they real friends, can people who are closed off from others still have meaningful relationships with people online? The world may never know!
But seriously, it's a talk I don't have often but I feel very strongly about. From since I was an early teenager onward all of my real meaningful friendships have been with people I've never seen face to face, and I don't know if that's a good thing [...]
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58 Name: Anonymous : 2020-03-13 18:06
>>57
Yeah, dating is worse, never gonna get into that shit. Not even a woman hating thing, I just wouldn't want to deal with that possibility.
59 Name: Anonymous : 2020-05-11 01:50
It's funny. Despite all the thought I've given, the thread still lays around the floor. I haven't wound together a conclusion for half a year.

The same problems keep revisiting me in different forms.

I'm just learning to come to terms with how we'll all be alone.
1 Name: Anonymous : 2018-06-25 16:40
Does anyone else suffer from always feeling disconnected? I'm worried that I may miss out on the beauty in life because of my constant dissociation. I think it comes from a combonation of my loser parents and growing up on the internet. I know this isn't a very comfy topic I just want to know if anyone else feels this way? what do you do to cope?
43 Name: Anonymous : 2020-04-24 04:22
When the anhedonia sets in, I go cloud watching. It makes my despair feel small, and I'm at peace.
44 Name: Anonymous : 2020-05-11 01:36
It's amazing how we all go through the same feelings of alienation.

I wish I could hug everyone in this thread.

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