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John Smith ## Mod ## 12/11/23(Fri)22:44 No. 38299 [Reply] Locked Stickied
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Welcome to /eh/

Where everything is just... eh...

/eh/ is not for crying, /rnb/ is for crying.


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John Smith ## Mod ## 12/11/23(Fri)22:46 No. 38300
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The music is from the Tenpenny Tower lobby in Fallout 3.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFJKlwiYhnU




John Smith 20/09/17(Thu)20:40 No. 47522 [Reply]
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Hello John.
I've met a guy at work called John, he listens to nice music and we get along well. He's had quite the life. I wonder if mine will be like that, or a lot more uninteresting.

He's a nice John though, I wish him the best.


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John Smith 20/09/18(Fri)22:00 No. 47524

I also have a coworker called John. It's a relatively uncommon name here outside of the anglosphere. He likes Elvis Presley.




John Smith 20/09/13(Sun)16:28 No. 47519 [Reply]
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Hey John,

Do you feel particularly uninteresting because the interesting times have passed? Or perhaps that they have yet to come? The isolation as of late surely hasn't helped but what's your prognosis John?


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John Smith 20/09/13(Sun)17:20 No. 47520

We are experiencing the most eh point in history john.

Our economy has turned us all into social pariahs by it's very nature. No new or interesting commodities are being produced anymore. It's just the same tired old bland shit mindlessly churned out over and over again en mass, for ever, while, simultaneously it has prevented any sense of solidarity or organized labor from taking hold in the world. It has done everything to ensure this mediocrity can not be over come. Wake up, go to work, stare at screen, die.

We live in very /eh/ times indeed.


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John Smith 20/09/14(Mon)18:27 No. 47521

I feel particularly uninteresting, because I don't think I've done anything that would make me somewhat interesting. Having said that, I'm quite content with leaving the constant quest for appreciation to those who find that type of endeavour rewarding. Instead, I'll continue to engage in work that suits me and look forward to the perhaps uninteresting, but achievable rewards in my own life.


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John Smith 20/09/17(Thu)21:14 No. 47523

>>47520
Thats what human history is in general. People have been spoiled by the back-to-back action that was the 15th-20th centuries.
Dont be fooled by movies and documentaries. History is made by the few, carried out by the masses.

The bland drivel of 21st century life is the same back in the past only with no screens. This childish wanton to "change the world" is whats making things go to shit.




John Smith 20/08/19(Wed)20:14 No. 47507 [Reply]
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Hey Johns,

I have something amusing to share with you. At least, I hope it will amuse you the way it does me.
Near my home, there is a facility for differently abled people. I live in a small town and it's the only one in a large area so, as you can imagine, it has quite the population. The name of this facility is Saint John of God's and, as it's quite a long name, it has been shortened, and that nickname applied to the inhabitants. The nickname is "John's". So, whenever I see a post referencing all the "Johns" here, I enjoy a quite chuckle.
Thanks for sticking with me, John.

Your pal,
John


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John Smith 20/09/12(Sat)04:58 No. 47517
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John for life.




John Smith 20/08/02(Sun)20:55 No. 47493 [Reply]
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I visited 7chan
the web player wasn't working so I left again
regrettable


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John Smith 20/08/31(Mon)10:31 No. 47515

Dear John
I visited 7chan
the web player was working, playing gay trek
so I left again
regrettably John




John Smith 18/11/19(Mon)13:04 No. 46758 [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
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What is the weather today in your place


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John Smith 20/06/27(Sat)23:37 No. 47431
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We had record high temps for a week, then they broke on Tuesday. Right now it's raining lightly with distant thunderstorms.


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John Smith 20/06/29(Mon)12:22 No. 47434

Finally started raining again, but today was just a little sprinkle. Still lovely but not the constant grey I wanted


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John Smith 20/08/30(Sun)20:19 No. 47514

Greetings, John.

Today the weather was peculiarly still.
The wind was completely absent and the air was still. The sounds of nature, which some days can be felt to be even overwhelming at times, were not present.
All was quiet. Not even insects, which on regular days fly around, busily buzzing and pricking around, were to be seen.
The most eventful aspect of today, in regards to what I perceived of my surrounding nature, was a woodpecker that pecked about in the trees.
It was nice.




John Smith 17/07/19(Wed)22:25 No. 46141 [Reply]
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I had a date with a girl yesterday. But, like every other date I've had in the past seven or eight years, it ended miserably. I've given up on trying to be interesting. Life is just /eh/.

But in other news, I am drinking Diet Dr. Pepper.


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John Smith 18/07/25(Wed)15:48 No. 46646

>>46645


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John Smith 18/07/27(Fri)03:26 No. 46649

>>46645
My life was particularly uninteresting for girls to hang out with me, maybe it would work with you


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John Smith 20/08/29(Sat)20:20 No. 47513

>>46141
Heterosexual romance is gynocentric by default.
Women under 35 are deified for their "youthful beauty", so they're not required to prove themselves.
Also, love is secondary lust. It's all built on first impressions and romantic ideas of personal future.
Which is why I have girls as friends rather than girlfriends.




John Smith 20/08/20(Thu)00:39 No. 47508 [Reply]
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August is a pretty meh month aside from the frankly hostile heat. I much prefer fall.


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John Smith 20/08/20(Thu)01:37 No. 47509

Do i have news for you


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John Smith 20/08/21(Fri)00:12 No. 47511
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i believe dfb to be the optimal climate for me. this may be due to the fact i was born and raised in a country with such climate. what about you, john?


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John Smith 20/08/21(Fri)04:30 No. 47512

Fall has begun here. Mornings are sort of chilly, leaves are already turning, and I was able to wear pants these past two days. I'm sure a few hot days will sneak in, they always do.




John Smith 20/07/29(Wed)19:11 No. 47488 [Reply]
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I tried to ride my bike up a sloped embankment behind the supermarket today but I didn't hop off fast enough so I lost my balance and toppled over onto my back. I didn't get hurt, just dirty. No one saw. I'm grateful for that.


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John Smith 20/08/11(Tue)03:35 No. 47500

>>47494
This store is closed now but the building is still there. It's an interesting building, though, so that's not for here.


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John Smith 20/08/19(Wed)20:06 No. 47505

Never forget that we're all human, John. Even if someone saw you, I'd expect more a moment of camaraderie and compassion than derision.
I recently had a similar escapade, myself. I took my push scooter off a curb, no different from any other time, but I landed wrong and bent the entire middle platform. I'm quite disappointed with myself, but so is life.


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John Smith 20/08/20(Thu)03:13 No. 47510

>>47505
I had to stop riding my scooter. I was developing a weird charley horse feeling in my calf that I didn't like. I miss Scooter McGavin.




John Smith 20/08/04(Tue)06:25 No. 47495 [Reply]
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I was feeling awful. Exhausted, uninspired, hopeless and all that. So I thought to myself, maybe I should wash this huge pile of dishes. Will it make me feel better? Well, not doing it sure isn't making me feel any better.

So I washed them, and now I feel a little better.


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John Smith 20/08/04(Tue)08:12 No. 47496

>>47495
I clicked on this board because I wanted to see some particularly uninteresting conversation. I wasn't sure if it would be fun or not, but I clicked on it anyway, and then I saw your thread. It was kind of eh, so I guess the board lived up to the name.


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John Smith 20/08/19(Wed)20:07 No. 47506

These little steps are the sort of thing necessary to beat back depression, John. We're not here because we're happy people. I'm proud of you for doing the dishes. I hope this is merely a precursor of things to come.
Yours,
John





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