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Do you NEETs ever feel like the high pressure you are constantly under could cause you and the vehicle which holds your essence to suddenly implode and leave what little is left of you floating in the dark abyss until the end of time?

Old Thread: >>/716904/
if adhd a thing in australia like it is in america? Are kids constantly being given pills for it?
 >>/717952/
In Australia psychiatrists are the only ones who give it out. Those are not always the easiest to see (i.e., finding one, cost, getting an appointment)
 >>/717956/
Of course it does, but Harvey Norman and/or Apple aren't going to just hand over a replacement. They're going to want to take it away and look at it and I'll still need to get something in the interim.
Ok, unless there are any objections we'll start watching some more Cobra Kai in 1 hour, an hour earlier than our usual time. Projectionist neet is pretty fucked tonight and I don't know how long I'll be able to stay awake.
drunk jumped in the lake last night 
now I woke up and apparently I managed to get a cut a little longer than half of my sole 
it's deep too 
now I can barely walk
Got one of those MyDominos meals. Was alright for $10. Mini pidser, 4 slices of garlic bread, and some of those chicken popcorn type things.
The footy streaming project has been outsourced to WomboSec. I'm working on another project now.
The Romanian is cool. He can stay. Most foreigners who come to our board are poofs. Like that faggot Brit. 
I wish we knew more about that sleeper agent from the USA with the family tragedy though. He fooled me good all this time.
I don't approve of this sauce swirls on top of pizzas trend. I will not order them. Do not drizzle my pizzas. Do not swirl them. Now where's my garlic bread?
https://www.news.com.au/travel/travel-updates/incidents/us-navy-detected-titan-sub-implosion-with-top-secret-acoustic-system-the-day-vessel-went-missing/news-story/d981b119dda6b4325a2e9957ecd12a7c

Same deal with MH370 going missing -- The big countries would have known exactly where it went down but didn't want to reveal their capabilities.
not fond of being alive, applying for jobs in a different city to move away from my life. not like i can do much jobwise
https://www.newswars.com/australia-freaks-out-after-three-covid-negative-teens-escape-a-quarantine-camp

I will never forget what they did to this country
 >>/718086/
> redbulls
You don't hear about Red Bull much any more. They have been eclipsed by Monster and other brands. They used to be huge.
I know moving to a new and bigger city is going to be one of the best things I can do for myself, but I'm also a pussy and the idea scares me.
 >>/718109/
There's nothing scary in a city, there's just more of the same shitty cement things you're used to all piled on top of one another
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In bed, I hope the cute girl that cuddled up to me and nibbled on my earlobe meets me in my dreams again. I want to try to talk to her this time, last time the dream had no audio that I could remember
 >>/718109/
big cities suck 
the rents are expensive, you have to deal with a shitload of noise, and there are so many people around you that you start feeling like a rat in a cage 
if you could find a city around the same size as the one you currently live in, that would probably be better but idk
 >>/718128/
When I first moved to the city, it messed my sleeping pattern up because it's never actually quiet. 
I used to wake up when galahs (birds) would make noises, and because theres lights everywhere, that could be 2am. In the country, they sleep until daybreak.
Talking about messed up sleeping patterns. Some reason, I'm up at almost 3am. 
I woke up with a burst of energy.
Had a sip of Pepsi and having a mint. 
Thinking about a choof. (Phone recommended 'Dave', I forgot about Dave).
Substance dependence.
 >>/718120/
People in cities are scary. 
They act less accountable for their actions.
Uruk was a mistake. Imagine living in sewerage and acting like its a blessing.
 >>/718080/
I will never forget that everyone in it was complicit lap dogs that do what they're told because they trust globalist corporations and corruptible governments over their own intuition.
 >>/718132/
 >>/718133/
I come from the country side too 
I don't really have a sleep pattern, I go to sleep whenever I feel like sleeping
for me a day has anywhere between 24-28 hours, which means I'm switching between waking up at 4 am and sleeping all day pretty often 
 >>/718134/
with my only friend (a buddy from hs)
 >>/718135/
pretty much
> I don't you, you don't know me 
> we'll likely never meet ever again, so I might as well do whatever I can get away with 
as far as my reasoning goes, that's how cities work
 >>/718143/
I operate on about 6hrs of sleep.
I crashed early so probably won't get back to sleep until daydreak now.
Where I'm from, you could hear a truck for 10+ minutes before seeing it in the distance because of how quiet it was.
Here there is rarely a moment where you can't hear a vehicle in the distance.
 >>/718145/
This is from Clancy of the Overflow, a poem by Patterson (Australian author). I think about this often.

And the hurrying people daunt me, and their pallid faces haunt me
  As they shoulder one another in their rush and nervous haste,
With their eager eyes and greedy, and their stunted forms and weedy,
   For townsfolk have no time to grow, they have no time to waste.
Who are we betting on, any multi tips?
> Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg agree to hold cage fight
https://www.bbc.com/news/business-65981876
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I want to make a lasnaga how do i make a lasagna?

I got the sheets but I duno if I should put the tomato sauce on the bottom or the sheets on the bottom.
Motherbat always fails at serving lasagne. I have suggested she make it in a collapsible cake pan next time so that once it has set up a bit she can remove the surround and get easy access to the lasagne for serving, but she has not followed this advice.
Lasagne becomes a lot less appetising when the serve comes out a big splooshed up mess on your plate
 >>/718176/
> She's doing that old person thing of not eating much lately
I hope that changes, she is an asset to this board.

Is the effort preparing the food or not wanting to eat?

Frozen meals were great for my grand mother and the better ones weren't too bad. Easy to mike when she didn't want to cook.
 >>/718179/
I think he's already in the bad books with the federal government in burgerland for explosions
> SpaceX Starship explosion is now under federal investigation
https://news.yahoo.com/spacex-starship-explosion-now-under-221100812.html
 >>/718180/
He's in the bad books internationally for the amount of space junk he has created. Not only has it made space launches difficult (not hitting any of his junk), it has fucked up astronomy too.
 >>/718178/
> Is the effort preparing the food or not wanting to eat?
Lately it's not feeling hungry.
She has never been a huge fan of cooking and tends to live on simple stuff when I'm not there like soup and toast and microwave meals.
 >>/718179/
I did like him briefly when he was talking shit about rescuing those asian cave kids and called that Brit a paedo and then won the defamation case.
 >>/718182/
> when I'm not there like soup and toast and microwave meals.
That soup stuff is poison long term. 

Order some good frozen meals from the likes of Lite and Easy. I do not recommend them specifically, but I like how they delivered it with liquid nitrogen (i.e., transport still frozen there). Find a good company that has good value and some are aimed towards the elderly, order some of their best meals and see how she goes with them. 

My experience was 4+ years ago but the meals are pretty dam decent for frozen meals compared to some of the supermarket ones (i.e., shit portions, too cheap, shit quantity/quality of food). If she has one decent meal a day at dinner that helps might help with sleep and mood. My grandmother was one to never ask for help, so it would be something you have to just try.
 >>/718181/
> He's in the bad books internationally for the amount of space junk he has created
I do wonder how sustainable that project will be in 10 years. It has a sea offering now and soon to be in the air offering.
 >>/718206/
It's amazing that she was convicted and jailed without any of that information coming out. If you trafficked somebody you had to traffic them somewhere.
 >>/718208/
> In 2021, she was found guilty of child sex trafficking and other offences in connection with the deceased financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.[8] In June 2022, she was sentenced in a New York court to twenty years' imprisonment.[9]
 >>/718208/
> On 25 July 2022, Maxwell was transferred from Metropolitan Detention Center, Brooklyn to a low security federal prison for female inmates at FCI Tallahassee.[156]
"We are what we pretend to be, so we must be careful about what we pretend to be." -- Kurt Vonnegut
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Ok neets, tonight on womboflix will be kind of a double feature. At 6pm AEST we'll be watching the last 2 episodes of season 1 Cobra Kai. Then at 7 we'll be watching the japanese thriller/serial killer movie Angel Dust (1994), a movie that is often compared to Silence Of The Lambs in terms of themes.
https://www.news.com.au/world/europe/chaos-as-russias-wagner-chief-yevgeny-prigozhin-urges-armed-mutiny/news-story/f01334c4f6391292542106183827d98f
> Wagner troops reportedly march into Russian city amid claims of ‘armed mutiny’
 >>/718217/
Wagner takes out Putin, Azov takes out Zelensky. Both raise the swastika flag and redeclare war on each other to prove who goes the hardest
https://www.bodyandsoul.com.au/health/this-overthecounter-erectile-dysfunction-gel-works-in-10-minutes/news-story/63beae5e560ff2bbfa255907c1c77889
morning fam
managed to get to sleep after being awake for less than 12 hours. 
Today is rearrange day
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Having an elaborate late lunch. If I was more emotionally balanced I'd be happy with something more bland. These chilli sprats are pretty good tho.
Cruiseys value as a NEET really dropped when he moved into his new house. 
No photos of it, no more vocaroos, no boong gut pics. Shell of a man
 >>/718242/
I should call him. 
He text me on Monday asking if it was a good time to chat. 
I think because I had to cut him off last call because I had shit to do.
 >>/718256/
I was a mong and defrosted some beef and lamb meatballs and two chicken schnitzels, that I'll know I'll fuck up. The crumbs are all over the place and unevenly distributed. 
I shouldn't have defrosted them. 
I still have pizza. 
Can I freeze them again? 
Meatballs were or spaghetti, schnitty was for mash.
The meatballs and two chicken schnitzels are defrosted. 
How long will they last if I cook them,  but don't freeze them?
Western propaganda. 
> ‘I demand you stop participating in criminal actions’: Putin
>  >Russian President Vladimir Putin said in an emergency televised address on Saturday that an “armed mutiny” by the Wagner Group mercenary force was treason, and that anyone who had taken up arms against the Russian military would be punished.
https://www.afr.com/world/europe/putin-to-give-televised-address-soon-20230624-p5dj5x
https://www.news.com.au/finance/work/careers/all-about-me-college-grads-mic-drop-goes-viral-after-scuffle-with-educator/news-story/9977891e5c6899522f7eb4d567690a9a
fucking niggers
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why not embr4ace teh country aire and come out to the bush where you can have your own pad just to yourself. splendid isolation awaits just come out, you'll need some refreshments of course, why not allow our financial-wise sales exex to show you a bulk delivery plan to airdrop your favorate beverage to wherever you may find yourself. say your uncle teD Dan said it was A O.K. and one of my cellarmen will give you a 1.488% discount on volume.
https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Twilight_Hours_(1868)/The_Old_Astronomer
> Reach me down my Tycho Brahé,—I would know him when we meet,
> When I share my later science, sitting humbly at his feet;
> He may know the law of all things, yet be ignorant of how
> We are working to completion, working on from then till now.

> Pray, remember, that I leave you all my theory complete,
> Lacking only certain data, for your adding, as is meet;
> And remember, men will scorn it, 'tis original and true,
> And the obloquy of newness may fall bitterly on you.

> But, my pupil, as my pupil you have learnt the worth of scorn;
> You have laughed with me at pity, we have joyed to be forlorn;
> What, for us, are all distractions of men's fellowship and smiles?
> What, for us, the goddess Pleasure, with her meretricious wiles?

> You may tell that German college that their honour comes too late.
> But they must not waste repentance on the grizzly savant's fate;
> Though my soul may set in darkness, it will rise in perfect light;
> I have loved the stars too truly to be fearful of the night.
 >>/718160/
It is an n-tuple consisting of: the set of reals, addition operator, multiplication operator, linear ordering, Euclidean metric, the Euclidean topology, the corresponding sigma algebra (to define Lebesgue integration I guess?) and the space of all bounded real sequences (for limits).
It aims for pedantry over clarity for humourous effect.
I think he missed the additive identity, multiplicative identity and absorbing element. They might've been taken as part of the definition of multiplication and addition though. Writing out such an n-typle is very much not a standard notation as far as I know.
 >>/718328/
It dies in the arse after the fourth verse but the first four are brilliant. One of my favourites. I've never read any of her other poems which I should probably get around to at some point. I don't read enough poetry.
 >>/718342/
to some extent, I got to the point where I can no longer express myself properly in romanian 
and in english I can only write something half decent if I don't re-edit 
otherwise, I end up making a mess that nobody can understand (including myself) 
the only thing that seems to be going decent is my technique 
the tremolo sounded decent last night, and my rasgueado starts to get somewhat fluent