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Anon 12/30/2022 (Fri) 21:18:37 No.1043 [Reply]
This video is so comfy for some reason https://youtu.be/8f7uTGc-1Bg
>>1043 Generally "creepy things" videos use some dark ambient background music and the narrators used to speak calmly (some of them really force it and it's unnerving imho). Also the fact that it talks about deep underseas mysteries add a touch of softness to it.

Ship thread Anon 12/29/2022 (Thu) 11:32:01 No.79 [Reply]
It's a shame that shipposting seems to be frowned upon here, I think ships can certainly be /comfy/.
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>>111 I'm not sure? 1750 seems suspiciously cheap for a boat.
>>85 >>88 It's nice to turn down the engines and enjoy the view for a while.
Boats can be really comfy as they can turn to real nightmare depending on the weather and if you're afraid of being caught in a storm. I enjoy watching boats in storms dealing with big waves. I wish I can one day work on a big boat and travel the oceans.
>>404 Wow! That 2nd vid-related is impressive showing massive power of the ocean surface. Wonder where they were? The ultramarine blue during a cascade makes me think upper latitudes? Thanks Anon. Good luck with your dream of Maritime work. Don't let your dreams be just memes -- don't wait!
>>404 Nowadays is more difficult to get a job but the diplomas are not crazy long or expensive either. If you think you are going to enjoy it, go for it. You can also earn a good salary, if you don't mind being in the middle of the ocean for 6 or 8 months. Working in a boat, whatever you are doing, is not easy though. Be prepared to work your ass off without nearly any rest periods.

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Anon 12/29/2022 (Thu) 13:20:43 No.178 [Reply] [Last]
A story. One sentence at a time. Previous threads: >>116 >>151 Once upon a time there was a mighty tree waving in the wind.
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>>365 Nice work but >Genet knew she had to avoid being spotted - the village was surrounded by a high wo᠎uld fence, how wo᠎uld she get out? Please don't replace the woodfilters. Also looks like some quotation marks got messed up in there.
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>>366 I added 2 spaces before quotes( only if they are at the start of the line) soo it will be easier to read. And pdf related is with wood filter. i am kinda new to computers soo criticism is welcomed.
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>>369 Great art

Book discussion Anon 12/29/2022 (Thu) 10:14:53 No.38 [Reply]
‘’’Book thread!’’’ Anon, what is the best book you have ever read? Why do you like it? Has it changed the way you view the world?
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>>39 >Corpus Hermetica I need to read that someday.
Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky is one of my favourite books and was a major factor in my eventual conversion to Christianity. I'm not great at writing but I think primarily it has to do with Dostoevsky's understanding of the human condition and without spoiling the story I found the main character's thoughts relatable and the ending in regards to the characters' resolutions rather beautiful in a way.
I can't decide which one but one from Alan Watts. Maybe The Wisdom Of Insecurity, Psychotherapy East And West, Become What You Are, The Way Of Zen, Tao: The Watercourse Way.. I can't decide.
I could never pick a "best" book out of what I've read. I don't really know why. Right now I'm reading Congo by Michael Crichton.
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Definitely Journey to the end of the night by Louis Ferdinand Céline. It was the first and only time that a book had really moved me so deeply. I think that this book contributed to change my vision of life and my way of traveling it. I have to add Thus Spoke Zarathustra to the list because it has helped me a lot in some difficult moments of my life. I always like to come back to it, just to read specific parts when I feel I need it.

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Anon 12/29/2022 (Thu) 13:08:22 No.151 [Reply]
A story. One word at a time. Previous thread: >>116 Today
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Man, you anons sure know how to produce top-tier mediocre tales.
>>176 Maybe we should try a sentence at a time.
>>177 Sure. New thread: >>178
>>179 I’m guessing you are the anon who started ‘’A story. On sentence at a time’’ thread. You anons have done a good job with to the story so far. Much better than the previous two threads. Looking forward to seeing how the story will conclude.
>>183 Indeed

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Anon 12/29/2022 (Thu) 12:52:11 No.116 [Reply]
A story. One word at a time. Once
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Lock the thread, BO. The story is complete.
This story sucks
>>148 Based and agreed.
>>148 This story sus

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