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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 17/08/17(Thu)02:08 No. 46178 [Reply]
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I'm at the laundromat. Feels pretty /eh/ in here.


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John Smith 19/03/11(Mon)04:28 No. 46901

>>46900
student halls, John.


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John Smith 19/03/11(Mon)21:37 No. 46902

>>46899
That's /comfy/ as hell.


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John Smith 19/03/17(Sun)17:52 No. 46906

>>46901
Neat.




John Smith 19/02/03(Sun)12:47 No. 46863 [Reply]
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I'm new to 7chan. What is the difference beetwen 7chan and 4chan? Please don't bully.

(The rules, John)


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John Smith 19/03/04(Mon)05:29 No. 46897

>>46880
Starlings are actually quite skilled in the art of mimicry and can even learn to talk. Their mass aerial acrobatics are also impressive.


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John Smith 19/03/15(Fri)04:09 No. 46903

>>46897
That is something I can confirm. I watch birds a lot, and Starlings talk many dialects. I think they speak dolpin, and maybe even narwhal.


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John Smith 19/03/17(Sun)17:52 No. 46905

I saw a cardinal yesterday. I didn't think they came up this far so that was an unexpected treat.




John Smith 18/11/22(Thu)14:17 No. 46772 [Reply]
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Hello John,

I'm just doing my usual once every two years stop by to see how things are with you.

My life hasn't changed that much, I may have different people around me but I am still the same.

What about you, John?


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John Smith 19/03/01(Fri)04:27 No. 46893

Hi John,

I've been about the mind of the times and have been stressing to become something new and strange. There are parts to beggar in me that isn't aware of the situation as well as he may comprise but the schemes don't inquire that the situation is a dire strait as like the situation might require. There are only clues along the way and that I'm still alive is an exclusion to the turns you may want to take over my situation as it is in standing. There are parts in a situation that aren't capably written for us to excitably enjoy the realities we find ourselves but unless you are here to rewrite the laws of society and include the realities we have in ourselves as like a something we purport to each other we must and should definitely come to a pointful compromise. You and I, not them and I john. You and I, John. I believe this is just that I've been away a while and not that I'm going to be a while. It isn't as lively but it isn't as ugly either. And that makes it beautiful. There are words that suffice here and there are more useful terms for the exclusion of truth that some day, maybe one day, it may matter. But just for one day. You know?

So besides that, and besides you dear John, I have been timing off the tone that we are not online nor do we introduce ourselves to it. It is simply around us and we write into the lines we draw for ourselves into it. Whether those float between us or in between the routers that modem our conspiracy for life, we are wretching that claws are conspiring our thoughts to prosecute us after the police come in for having wasted their time for being better than us at having a law to forgive them. Like they were cigarettes being forgiven for their ability to permit light to candle in a situation as like a matter of disguise. There aren't too many words we can use to identify this reality the way we can use a reality like death to enable us as a way to also tell us that gravity isn't a dermal league of like gentry, it isn't a thing we can feel because it's just being gone, I'm saying that love isn't like life isn't here. It's that love is a life of love and that variety is a detail we include ourselves in. This isn't gangster life. This is boring people being boring. So I'm here now John. Don't ask me why I was away. I'm here because you want to be here John. So I'm here.

Thanks for reading, John.


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John Smith 19/03/03(Sun)23:12 No. 46894

>>46893
I'm not here to rewrite the laws of society. I believe those to be largely unexplored to begin with. Best I can personally hope to do is to attempt to aim for a particular boundary and even if I were to somehow reach it I'd want to see whether it's a thin membrane that I'll fall through as I touch it, or a wall which I'd demolish with a bulldozer, and see what kind of people end up falling through with me.


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John Smith 19/03/04(Mon)05:11 No. 46896
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Hi John,

My life is in something of a standstill at the moment, I'm afraid. It has been a long while since I have last checked in with you, and I do rather distinctly remember once checking up on you a good four, maybe five years ago myself, so being back here is something of a trip down memory lane.

I'm currently unsure as to what direction I should take my life on, and I feel that perhaps what I should first do is leave everything and everyone behind and begin anew; what do you think? Too exciting, perhaps?

No matter. It is always a pleasure talking to you, John. Please do not hesitate to get back to me so that we may catch up on our otherwise uninteresting lives.

Dearest regards to you,
John Smith




John Smith 19/03/03(Sun)23:20 No. 46895 [Reply]
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For however long we've been around as lifeforms, it's amazing that we've managed to survive without being obliterated by some lunatic seeking to be the last chapter of our history.




John Smith 16/09/10(Sat)22:49 No. 45612 [Reply]
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Dear John

Let us write a story together.
I am pretty confident, that we can create something great together.

I shall start:
John shut down his computer and stared at the now black screen in front of him for what seemed ages.


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John Smith 18/10/18(Thu)06:21 No. 46720

Not knowing what to do with them, he put the horse's eyes in a coffee that had appeared beside him. Absentmindedly, he stared ahead of him, grasping the warm cup. For a moment he felt a pang of emptiness within himself and habitually took a sip of the steaming beverage. He thought of all the chances he had, and added a few what ifs. What is the point anyway, he thought. Maybe we're just a bunch of hurt idiots hurting each other in an attempt to feel better about our own mortality. Perhaps causing other people pain is a feeble attempt to trick our minds into believing we have some control over our blip of a life.


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John Smith 18/11/29(Thu)18:39 No. 46795

>>46720
John pondered this thought. Mortality, hasn't he had enough of that lately? John sighs.

John grasps in the air to "feel something." He moves his arm to the air, and grasps the air. He proceeds to do that for the next 5 minutes. John forgets about the coffee, and by now, it has gotten cold.

He sticks his finger in his coffee, and finds that his finger meets the doll horse's eyes that he had previously dumped into the coffee cup. Upon sticking his finger in the coffee, he feels a cold liquid on his finger, What, could it be? It's the coffee. And it's cold. But it's not just cold, it's freezing.

John ponders this. For John, it is quite peculiar. The coffee is freezing, but why?

John doesn't think about it too hard, and lets his finger rest in the coffee. He has no intentions of drinking the coffee now, he just wants to let his finger rest in it. The freezing coffee puts him at ease.


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John Smith 19/03/01(Fri)04:19 No. 46892

>>46795
>>46795
The mild attempt at confusing myself held no quarter to the tongue trick I'd played over the loud voice in my head telling me this thing was now freezing. It's freezing...got it. What happens to that freezing person in the mind that has no clue for this now? I'll tell you what. I had no intention on continuing this conversation as the settling of the dust curdled that I intended on meeting myself later in the evening that way. It wasn't intentional that I had only the reason we'd made together now but unless the laws of nature were here to decide for us that the other was correct, or incorrect, naturally the moments you include another person have to include the possibility that they haven't settled into their own quite right. This isn't right for conversation but here I am having another one in my head and it is well organized despite how much I fucking care that this goes well and how well it turns out...

There aren't words to describe the nature that just escaped me. The anti-thesis had a range and we were delving in exciting times without the judge for a law that had covered for us what the pioneer holds to his tongue as like a generic wretch the way we might sell the sounding mind some time in the future. There are only tools we can use and by those tools we can insert ourselves. There aren't words to describe the labor of a higher variety when you yourself are the one. Who's that? The mastermind.




John Smith 18/11/09(Fri)02:56 No. 46734 [Reply]
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I've got a small lipoma in my face.

AMA.

(Also shops. Gee, Google AI sure does like shops.)


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John Smith 18/11/09(Fri)11:03 No. 46738

>>46736
Not mundane when it has this fibrous capsule and has to be squeezed "dry" every forthnight (creating small bruises).

How was your day?


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John Smith 18/12/30(Sun)06:09 No. 46836

>>46738
My day was fine, John.


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John Smith 19/03/01(Fri)04:10 No. 46891

Could you with just the scratching up for the remainder of the time?




John Smith 19/01/25(Fri)16:46 No. 46857 [Reply]
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Dear John

I've been thinking about that feel.

What is it like for you, John?


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John Smith 19/02/13(Wed)23:47 No. 46870

Like turning on my computer for the semblance of familiarity and going to sleep without having ever made it past the desktop, the fan spinning a lightly dusted whir; It's almost motherly, the soft humming encouraging eyes to close and mind to wander.


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John Smith 19/03/01(Fri)04:06 No. 46890

If there bulb ever intended to reach the eyes, it intended to be a design that had no terms for speech but could hold that we don't speak into candles. We simply hold them to see whom we are speaking to.

It isn't the only way to hold a conversation, though.




John Smith 19/02/28(Thu)04:24 No. 46885 [Reply]
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This Momo shit started a year ago and now I am just seeing it in the Amerifag news. What do you think of this weird airwolfer tryna get kiddoz to go anhero? I think it's stupid but hey, my opinion means nothing.


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John Smith 19/02/28(Thu)06:36 No. 46886

probably just a negro, I think we should allow it until the genocide


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John Smith 19/03/01(Fri)00:55 No. 46889

You seem agitated, John. Perhaps you should lie down.




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


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John Smith 19/02/04(Mon)01:50 No. 46866

sunny and relatively warm, for this time of year in this hemisphere. it snowed here and there during the week, but the metropolitan microclimate ensures that the thin dusting of snow never really stays on the ground for too long.

>>46817
curiously, I experience the same thing when someone asks me "how was work"


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John Smith 19/02/14(Thu)10:39 No. 46872

>>46758
quite cold
i can see my breath
but luckily it's not raining


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John Smith 19/02/21(Thu)06:15 No. 46879

It's also cold and covered in a blanket of snow where I am, which bummed me out since I was looking forward to spring popping up at any minute.




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