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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 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.




John Smith 17/04/25(Tue)19:49 No. 46015 [Reply]
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John,

Things are getting difficult lately. I don't want out or anything drastic like that, but this overbearing feeling of dread/melancholy is really weighing on me. I'm fighting to get over it and see my situation as a good one again, but once I get into this hole it's hard getting out of it again.


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John Smith 17/04/29(Sat)11:14 No. 46018

The best advice I can give, John, is to volunteer at some sort of charity. Working once a week or so at my local soup kitchen helped me climb a bit out of that hole you're in.




John Smith 16/06/03(Fri)12:34 No. 45398 [Reply]
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Whenever I get stuck at a red light I always wonder how much of my life will be spent waiting for something.


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John Smith 17/04/14(Fri)07:13 No. 46002

Don't worry about it. Waiting is the most wonderful activity. It's the only time when it's totally socially acceptable to do nothing at all


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John Smith 17/04/14(Fri)07:27 No. 46004

That is true. And a bit disturbing, to be honest.


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John Smith 17/04/26(Wed)21:55 No. 46016
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>>46002
Agreed.
It's like standing on a corner, waiting for the light to change, and when it does, just wait for it to cycle through again-and watch the expressions on the cars' drivers waiting for you to do something.
Or, get in the checkout line at a grocery store, and only have a few items to purchase, and let someone in ahead of you. The reactions of people when you do this is incredulous, if not completely uninteresting.
Pic probably not related.




John Smith 17/04/21(Fri)02:39 No. 46009 [Reply]
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My parents like to forget I exist.

Today I tried to hook up with a guy online. Bisex. He wasn't really that good looking, would have probably said no anyway. My mom got a bit mad. My dad next day "You are terrible for doing that to this family." Got locked out, drove my bike (haven't been able to drive) around town, and slept at my mom's friend from 10 years ago. He's nice and has had a stroke, but my dad does not like him because he touched my brother's ear. He touched mine too, but that's fair game. I've been treated like trash because I have a mental illness. It is like living with an addict. They're not evil because evil people would think, "God, this is stupid." Normally the first child, or the smart child, or the quiet child, or the introvert is treated with more respect, not less.

That's probably not everything.


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John Smith 17/04/21(Fri)05:19 No. 46010

>>46009
I'm sorry to hear that but
>he touched my brothers ear
>He touched mine too, but that's fair game
What exactly does this mean? Like this guy just reached his hand out and touched your brother's ear? Why?


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John Smith 17/04/21(Fri)18:49 No. 46013

Wrong board, John. /rnb/ is ---> that way.


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John Smith 17/04/23(Sun)21:23 No. 46014

it was a mistake to post this.

apologies, OP




John Smith 17/03/12(Sun)02:33 No. 45931 [Reply]
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Dear John,

There are so many people wearing black these days. Who's funeral are we prepairing for? Are we slitting our wrists now? If that is so will it be horizontally or diagonally?


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John Smith 17/04/10(Mon)00:08 No. 45982

Dear John,
I wear black nearly every day, it is easy to combine and fits my mood


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John Smith 17/04/13(Thu)23:00 No. 45998

That's really fucked up, John.


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John Smith 17/04/14(Fri)04:33 No. 46000

One must slice along the vein, i.e. vertically, if one wishes to die. Then again if you are merely going for the aesthetic I think horizontal is better and more conspicuous.

-John




John Smith 17/02/20(Mon)09:46 No. 45900 [Reply]
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Learning how to use Gimp. Will post some stuff I been practicing. Why not?


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John Smith 17/02/20(Mon)09:54 No. 45904
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before


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John Smith 17/02/20(Mon)10:00 No. 45905
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>>45904
after


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John Smith 17/04/12(Wed)20:38 No. 45994

John have you ever thought that there might be a connection between these "gimps"s and life?
Before and after.
your still the same person but with little changes.




John Smith 17/02/09(Thu)19:33 No. 45887 [Reply]
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Yesterday was my birthday , and when i was about to blow the candle , someone said , ``make a wish`` but... I DONT HAVE A WISH!!!!! as much i try to think in one wish nothing comes, NOTHING!!!! im dead? im souless? can someone give me a clue WHY i have no wish... or maybe that`s my wish?


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John Smith 17/02/11(Sat)08:20 No. 45889

okay mate tty


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John Smith 17/04/10(Mon)16:02 No. 45984

I question whether your name is even John. The amount of enthusiasm and exclamation points are off putting and make me feel nervous as a casual John browsing this board.


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John Smith 17/04/11(Tue)05:49 No. 45986

Last fall, I picked a seeded dandelion and held it up to make my wish but I couldn't think of anything. I came to the realization that I finally have everything I ever wanted in life and I no longer have anything to wish for. So, there's that.




John Smith 17/03/28(Tue)02:56 No. 45965 [Reply]
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John,

how do I stop being a whore?

Regards,
John


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John Smith 17/03/30(Thu)03:41 No. 45969

Why bother stopping?


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John Smith 17/03/31(Fri)03:36 No. 45970

John,

John... John.

It takes a lot of effort to redefine ourselves as individuals. It also takes effort to sustain what we currently are, though change happens naturally over time, to some variation. This communication also takes effort to write, John. I have to pour energy and time and resources into replying to you at length. The laptop that I am typing on took effort to create and continues to take effort powering.
Powering civilization takes effort to sustain, much like this writing, which is being read by you, likely from another laptop, desktop, or tablet, and on goes the circle of life. We interpret our realities, in essence, under the lens of our collective experiences. We are subject to the effort that it takes reality to maintain us, and therefore, subject to the effect that these processes have on us.

John... I know that you know all about effort and effect, which is why I feel that it is very important to reiterate it here in this present communication, and as I read it aloud to proof it for errors of continuity, I reflect on why I wish to do so here, again.

Unfortunately, John, we are finite beings on finite paths, experiencing our broad delusions isolated from other creatures and yet somehow subject to their delusions, en mass, vis-a-vis culture and our attachment to it. Do not be attached, John, even to these words as you continue to read them, if you do, which I trust will be a fine option.

My Finest Salutations and Greetings, once again,

John

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John Smith 17/04/03(Mon)18:23 No. 45974

>>45965
language, language...




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