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Late Station thread Anonymous 02/04/2023 (Sat) 20:14:54 No.3 [Reply] [Last]
Making a thread here now. Post any issues you have or changes you want to see in this thread Radio worked without issues for few hours as my last post. So I think it's working Radio: https://latestation.live/
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>>598 >>601 This. Take care radiobro.

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Welcome to /late/! (meta thread) Otts 02/04/2023 (Sat) 15:56:17 No.1 [Reply]
Welcome to /late/ The rules are: >Global rules apply >The Board is NSFW, however, just keep it to a minimum. Don't just go around posting porn just because. >No politics >You can talk about other boards. Just don't advertise them. >Don't go around stiring shit up. Links Radio - https://latestation.live/ Discord and IRC - https://discord.gg/hRe2yv96qY - IRC (Rizen) #late.city /late/ Archive - https://anon.cafe/comfy/res/1512.html#q3453 friends of /late/ /comfy/ - https://anon.cafe/comfy/ /ent/ - https://anon.cafe/ent/
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>>573 Jolis carrousels mes anons. C'est au Parc Asterix ?

post on this thread every time you visit late! Anonymous 02/05/2023 (Sun) 06:41:22 No.32 [Reply] [Last]
there used to be a thread like this on og /late/ - post every time you're on late!
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Here lurking just got blessed with enough for a three night stay which is good amount of time to relax and get comfy and lurk.
>>613 Excellent. I'd think of it as a kind of 'base camp' as it were, and plan to use it to make forays to try to scout out resources, etc. You might pick up that Gideons Bible while you're there as well Anon. Hope things improve for you soon! :)
I have always wanted to play some instrument, and now that I have an acoustic guitar, I can't bother to it. An opportunity arose, and I went to a guitar class, there the teacher told me that I needed to do more than just attend the class, and reflecting on that he was right. That was the last time I went there, not out of resentment or grudge but out of shame. I had that guitar for some time already and never gave it much thought, except for some lazy attempts at playing simple songs. I've realized that throughout my entire life, I never put much effort into anything, always going along, pushing with my belly (I'm not fat). maybe it was due to laziness, brain fog, despondency, or wage-slaving away, but for the first time, I sincerely wanted to put my heart into something. I'm not gifted, but I want to be happy. I hope that, someday, I can play a comfy song for all of you. Until then, goodnight my niggas.
>>617 Goodnight. I hope that you can find the resolve to achieve something great.
>>617 I know that feel. I'm a great music enjoyer but never felt the sufficient motivation to learn an instrument despite wanting it. I got a concertina and a bass and sometimes I enjoy doing some basic music with them but never tried to achieve something that good. Not being gifted don't prevent you to be happy and I'm sure sooner or later you'll play something nice on the guitar. Take care anon.

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Night walks and nature adventures Anonymous 02/20/2023 (Mon) 02:02:42 No.134 [Reply] [Last]
The anons talking about their times in the Mississippi banks was pretty comfy. I'd never heard of the driftless area before, but it sounds mythical. I'd like to start a thread like that here. You're welcome to post your stories and adventures on walks in the city or out and about in nature, I'd love to read them.
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>>606 Sorry anon he give me all the money and I spent it on apple pies.
>>608 Ok, so send me at least some of the pies.
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>>615 Too /late/ anon, I eat it all. Sorry
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winding down late night Anonymous 04/09/2023 (Sun) 20:26:58 No.388 [Reply]
Watching episodes from the simpsons.
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>>532 My HS teacher's father used to work at Brookhaven. His other friend was a national park service ranger.
>>532 Pills, now
>>532 That looks like a fishing link
My gf and I have recently began watching Family Guy when we're bored. I forgot how funny the earlier seasons were.
>>609 Early Family Guy is pretty comfy, American Dad too. IIRC Seth moved on from writing FG around 2010 or so.

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Drugs Anonymous 03/25/2023 (Sat) 15:02:11 No.320 [Reply]
Do you do them, /late/? What's your experiences?
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I'm microdosing 1V-LSD right now, for psychic energy.
I recently remembered that I was interested in trying salvia in high school because it was legal but never took the plunge. I'm kind of glad I didn't because from what I remember a lot of people have pretty unpleasant experiences. It's not something I'd be willing to try nowadays.
>>506 salvia is still legal in most places. I think it's on purpose to scare people off drugs. (If this shit is legal, how must the illegal stuff be like?!) There are people that say that they have nice experiences on it. I don't understand those people.
>>507 I remember a teacher in my school overhearing a kid mention it, and I think she told them it was dangerous. I don't remember how she worded it, but she might have even said it could kill them. The idea of killing yourself by trying salvia is just plain laughable and would only make you lose credibility if you're trying to keep young people away from drugs. She could have just said that a lot of people have bad trips and that it's probably not a good idea to try, but I don't know how much she actually knew about it. I guess lack of knowledge is part of the problem.
has anyone ever tried gabapentin? Staggering those is pretty relaxing

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Keyboards Anonymous 02/04/2023 (Sat) 16:48:04 No.2 [Reply]
What keyboard are you cruising with /late/? As of recently I'm using a New Model M. Very clicky and clonky. I remember the first time after using this, I went to bed and could still hear the clicking in my head.
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I won't say what model because dataminjng but you definitely need a high end mechanical keyboard. They are so much easier on your fingers.
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>>578 As I found the keyboard in a dirty industrial dumpster, it needed a thorough cleaning. I'd just cleaned the outside, but this morning I took the time to do it. Typing is better and it looks nicer.
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>>578 >>593 I must say, that clock and plant jar you keep next to your monitor is a nice touch, very homey. It's also nice to see people care for abandoned hardware, even if it is cheep. Teach me Anon, how does one get such a decent setup for so small a price?
>>596 I'am lucky, where I wageslave there is an IT department so from time to time they dump some electronics and I always take a look in the dumpsters for some things to scavenge. Lately they throw away some towers, I managed to compose one by scavenging parts form different ones : SATA wires, graphic card (a modest but werking Nvidia). The thing was just missing some hard drives as they are systematically destroyed. Just bought 2 and a screen from second hand store. Overall the computer works good for doing simple things, I can play Doom and will try PCSX2 and Hollow Knight but not sure they'll run fine. Also will try to doing some video editing as I got more RAM than my modern laptop.
>>586 HHKB is utilitarian because it uses plastic.

AI Art Anonymous 04/16/2023 (Sun) 00:46:02 No.416 [Reply]
A thread to share and discuss AI generated art.

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/HLG/ Homeless Latefrens General #1 Homeless Latefren 04/25/2023 (Tue) 19:18:03 No.454 [Reply]
On the road again. Thread tip: Always have a nice set of nice crisp dress clothes packaged separately in your bag for use when meeting social workers or looking for work. Welp Message says it all I'm gonna be homeless again went to the site to say goodbye but I found yall again. I made this general because I had a really rough time being homeless last time And thought of a dedicated thread to share tips and tricks to this lifestyle would be a good thing for anyone who needs it. Be it a gear list, food list, knife list, hiding tips or tricks, positive mental health instructions/tips/goals, or panhandling tips. If you have the knowledge share it.
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>>462 I did but i'm not that fren you are speaking of. No tent this time :( >>461 Nice advice >>456 >How's the weather where you live ? Early Spring time mid-eastcoast It's awfully but at least I'm used to it.
>>461 I think it would be one of the more important thing for me, being abble to wash and take care of myself to maintain a good psychological state. Here we used to have social showers but they tend to disappear and as there are more and more homeless it can be difficult to use them. If I have to be homeless one day I think I will go out of the city during hot days. >>454 Did you ever think about building a little cabin in the wilderness ?
>>466 That's probably illegal because private/government land or whatever reason. Law enforcement can be real petty about things like this. You could probably get away if you make it hidden somehow. Maybe make an underground mud bunker like in one those fake primitive technology videos on YT. Consider a warmer area so you don't have to worry about extra heating during winter time. Smoke from woodfire might give away your location, so figure out a way to reduce/dissipate the smoke.
My experience so far has sucked but comes with some life lessons. keep a cooler go to food banks/church.They have some good stuff make gofund me post on Facebook. Every once in a while I can get room to shower and escape the heat and get wifi and replenish ice etc. at Motel 6. have a tarp for when you cant set up a tent fast enough. If you used to frequent a bar go on your birthday (26)they will buy you drinks and food. p.s Might sell my soul to the Navy soon
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>>594 oh get hdmi cable for when your laptop screen breaks so you can update other latefrens at the motel

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STG - Star Trek General Anonymous 05/27/2023 (Sat) 16:12:40 No.570 [Reply]
Do you like Strek, anon? What series? What characters? (nuTrek Need Not Apply)
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>>585 I dislike the kind of politics it pushes, but the silly naivete of the original show's worldview I find more endearing than anything.
>>587 >I dislike the kind of politics it pushes That's something that drives me crazy when I watch Star Trek. The constant theme of "killing pricks and defending yourself is always wrong" is a rather self-degrading message for a show that often explores morality.
Stark Trek is the worst of Boomer liberalism and unsurprisingly it seamlessly transitioned (heh) to Wokism.
>>588 >>590 This. >The constant theme of "killing pricks and defending yourself is always wrong" is a rather self-degrading message for a show that often explores morality. I would say that at least in the movies, they skirted the edges of 'always'. After all, they did portray metric boatloads of killing in the shows, not-uncommonly on a planetary scale. But it's pretty clear that Roddenberry was a womanizing liberal.
>>588 I wouldn't be so sure about that. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XGcAbI-4_io The crew in TNG is a bit of a rouge ship compared to the rest of the federation. It's hinted at implicitly and explicitly throughout the series that they're not all they claim to be.

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