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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 17/05/25(Thu)06:18 No. 46042 [Reply]
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I don't feel like getting up to turn on the a/c


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John Smith 17/05/25(Thu)13:55 No. 46043

Don't then, saving electricity is fine too.




John Smith 17/04/29(Sat)12:08 No. 46022 [Reply]
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all my ehs


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John Smith 17/05/19(Fri)00:37 No. 46038

>>46027
this picture makes me feel things


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John Smith 17/05/24(Wed)02:28 No. 46040

>>46038
Are they /eh/ things?


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John Smith 17/05/24(Wed)06:38 No. 46041

>>46040
meh.




John Smith 16/08/12(Fri)21:03 No. 45527 [Reply]
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Just sitting here, being me.


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John Smith 17/05/11(Thu)11:37 No. 46034

Thinking, listening or ruminating?


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John Smith 17/05/18(Thu)23:58 No. 46037
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>>46034
Ruminating?


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John Smith 17/05/19(Fri)14:55 No. 46039

Thanks for being you every day. I appreciate the reliability.




John Smith 17/05/15(Mon)01:40 No. 46035 [Reply]
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elevator music thread

https://cyberjamrecords.bandcamp.com/track/error
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ptrDFtTuks




John Smith 17/03/28(Tue)22:30 No. 45966 [Reply]
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Dear John;
Last night I found a can of Heinz (trademarked) baked beans hiding at the back of a shelf in the pantry. There's something that has always unnerved me about beans. It makes me proud, as there was a chap who worked with right angled triangles (my 2nd favourite two dimensional shape) who also held a negative attitude towards members of the bean family.
I've been thinking of getting them framed. What do you think John?

Regards, John.


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John Smith 17/05/08(Mon)22:02 No. 46031

>>45988
Haha, one can only imagine.


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John Smith 17/05/09(Tue)08:55 No. 46032
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Carpentry, architecture. Probably some civil and mechanical engineering.


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John Smith 17/05/10(Wed)22:44 No. 46033

I heard that the practical hazards of favism were the motivation of the likes of Pythagoras to swear off beans. Understandably, one would not want to play games with genetic disorders that could wreck one's red blood cell count. In this view, mystical explanations (e.g. farting is a sign that beans have souls, so quit eating souls, you monster) only happened after the fact.

>>45966
John, if you don't mind me asking, if the right triangle is your second favorite two-dimensional shape, which is your favorite?




John Smith 17/04/30(Sun)06:38 No. 46024 [Reply]
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If you really think about it, allergies are kinda weird

How did we even evolve to have allergies? Wouldn't they be horribly detrimental to our survival?


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John Smith 17/05/02(Tue)05:23 No. 46028

There are lots of processes that accomplish both useful and detrimental things. Allergies are one example of this that come from the workings of our immune system. It is generally good that the human immune system is capable of adapting to new threats to learn how to fight them, but allergies are an example of when the immune system attacks "threats" that are perfectly safe for most people.


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John Smith 17/05/03(Wed)08:28 No. 46030

>>46024
nice image, fukkin saved




John Smith 16/12/15(Thu)02:32 No. 45760 [Reply]
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It annoys me when a person won't use a contraction for one word but will use an informal contraction elsewhere in the sentence.


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John Smith 17/02/09(Thu)02:21 No. 45886
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>>45879
After learning of the Oxford comma, and the mild controversy surrounding it, I decided that I like it. I use it when appropriate.


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John Smith 17/04/27(Thu)15:00 No. 46017

Dear John
I find it quite useful and I use it when applicable

John


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John Smith 17/04/30(Sun)22:15 No. 46026
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>>45879
Who gives a fuck about an Oxford comma?
I've seen those English dramas too
They're cruel
So if there's any other way
To spell the word
It's fine with me, with me




John Smith 17/02/26(Sun)06:03 No. 45908 [Reply]
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Dear John,
How do you feel about walks? I personally love them, night or day, especially when the park I walk in is empty.
Regards, John


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John Smith 17/04/14(Fri)07:11 No. 46001

>>45978
nightwalks specifically are a bit of a meme for neets who otherwise don't leave the house. Regardless, nighttime is a wonderful time for a walk


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John Smith 17/04/29(Sat)11:40 No. 46020

Hello John. Long time since I visited you. Hope you are doing well-ish.

In regards to promenades, I do mildly enjoy them, especially when the weather is on the nicer side of its spectrum.
Walking around aimlessly is something I'm fond of (especially in forests) and if the area is geographically unknown to me for then it is all the more fun for it quickly turns into an adventure to find my way home again. It has its risks, of course, and I do admit that it has happened a few times that I've gotten lost in the woods, but it has thus far always worked out in the end.

Also, one thing that is somewhat pleasant is to walk outside very slowly, almost as if walking in slow-motion. It has a positive effect on my mind as it somehow works to stabilize it. Combining it with talking by yourself just as slowed down has made me more aware of how slower thinking (or rather, slower verbalization of one's thinking) causes a heightened awareness of ones thoughts and a greater sense of how to steer them in a desired direction.


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John Smith 17/04/29(Sat)22:17 No. 46023

I like to walk in the middle of the night. I have trouble sleeping due to stress and it's a nice way for me to get my stressful thinking out of the way and relax.




John Smith 16/07/14(Thu)15:35 No. 45479 [Reply]
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I've taken a liking to sunflower seeds. They're packed with flavor and give the feeling of snacking on something even though you spit out most of the content once the flavor is gone.


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John Smith 17/04/14(Fri)04:07 No. 45999

John,

I personally am not fond of them. I find they make too much of a mess and remind me of smokers.

All the best,
John


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John Smith 17/04/21(Fri)18:48 No. 46012
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Superior.


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John Smith 17/04/29(Sat)11:25 No. 46019

The key to sunflower seeds.. hold on.
I was just about to recommend eating the seeds with the shells on, not spitting the shells out but instead swallowing them after thorough chewing since that is what I like to do, but then it occurred to me that it'd perhaps be wise to first look up if this is a good thing to do before recommending it to someone else.
Turns out that eating sunflower seeds along with their shells is not harmful in smaller amounts but may cause digestive problems in larger.
Oh well, I will at least keep on eating the shells since it feels pleasant to chew.




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