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Make a thread first try on this damn website challenge [impossible]

 >>/51239/
> What exact differences have you been noticing?
I google search "song name" lyrics and I don't get what I want, whereas in the last few years it has been a challenge to find lyrics. Maybe because my tastes have become so niche. 

I think Emma Stone is a blindcel as well, I once saw a pic of her with some thick glasses.

Nice sweater pic of that qt
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https://www-lanacion-com-ar.translate.goog/politica/el-gobierno-presento-un-proyecto-de-ley-para-derogar-la-ley-de-aborto-nid07022024/?_x_tr_sl=auto&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=en&_x_tr_pto=wapp

 >>/51241/
according to hungry man all the problems are on our end and nothing warrants investigation or consideration. He'd make a great CS rep for any company
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 >>/51228/
> Normies also don't mind how life is because they kinda win at it automatically.
They think they win but they don't really win

 >>/51231/
> I think if you have an average-to-low IQ and average-to-low sensitivity (I suspect what people call "neurosis" is just the consequence of being able to perceive more than other people can, and suffering added stress as a result - hence why women are naturally prone to it with their increased social perception
I think it's like this:
Normie - dumb dumb but "happy", or rather may not suffer as much
An autist or a neurodivergent person or whatever you want to call it - suffers more due to being indoctrinated into the normie mindset and not being compatible with it
However the normie's happiness is not a true one. The neurodivergent suffers more, but if he can find inner peace, his newfound peace or inner happiness will be something far beyond the normie's happiness. A normie can find this too, but he is far less likely to, because he goes through life asleep, unconscious and unaware
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I heard Marina's voice for the first time. If her body was not as feminine I would say she is a tranny or how would you assess this voice. Or is this how all south american women sound
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 >>/51248/
> 40 minutes waiting on a park bench because they couldn't get an Uber
Chad doesn't have a car hahahahah aahhahahahahahah he's so done after this 

> Or is this how all south american women sound
Obviously not. I don't think her voice is that manly tbh, just low pitched and "mature" sounding
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 >>/51246/
For how much I like to think of myself as a smarter, or at least more conscious or woke person than the average, two things took me an embarrassingly long time to figure out

1) other people are not always right. I don't know where I got this from but I've always been the kind of person who pretty much believes anything they're told, up until someone else comes along and contradicts that previous wisdom. it's like I started seeing normies as some sort of authority, maybe because I was living on their turf so to speak, so my subsconscious took every piece of advice and every opinion they shared with me very seriously, I guess it surmised that I had to learn to adapt. More recently I started believing more in the way *I* see things even if that implies running risks and guarantees constant conflict. I hope to strike a healthy balance some day, that would be great 

2) I'm not like the other boys. Memery aside I already talked about this a few days ago but I didn't mention that it took me a loooonnnngg time to accept that most people's conception of the world and of life are very different from my own. I'm never really going to understand theirs and they're never really going to understand mine. It's hard to accept this because I guess it forces you to realize just how lonely you really are, but there comes a point when it can't be denied anymore, after you've experienced enough failures in trying to relate to them or establish some sort of connection
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Also I find that when analyzing yourself or really anything at all it's hard to avoid the pitfall of "tunnel thought" by which I mean taking the first idea that comes to mind and just kind of running with it, taking it in a straight line to the very end of the cognitive railway and reaching a quick and easy conclusion, having only added shallow rationalizations and justifications on the way, as opposed to stopping at each station and considering the different ways in which that train of thought can branch out, often by finding flaws in your thinking like preconceptions or biases. The latter approach while entirely possible requires deliberate conscious effort, quite a bit of it too, at least in my experience
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 >>/51254/
> 1) other people are not always right. I don't know where I got this from but I've always been the kind of person who pretty much believes anything they're told
That must be almost everyone to some degree. It's just the mindset that we are indoctrinated with through going to school. In school someone places an authority figure in front of you and you are more or less forced to accept what they says as true or as knowledge worth inheriting. 
Maybe some people just have more of an instinctual rejection of authority than others. I think the ones who put ukraine flags on their profile or were the people who encouraged everyone wearing masks during covid are the ones who never were able to shake that off

For me what was hard to figure out was that my parents weren't always right or flawless, and that they were actually really dumb about most things. Also I did not fully realize that my mom was mentally ill until I was 20

 >>/51254/
> 2) I'm not like the other boys. Memery aside I already talked about this a few days ago but I didn't mention that it took me a loooonnnngg time to accept that most people's conception of the world and of life are very different from my own. I'm never really going to understand theirs and they're never really going to understand mine. It's hard to accept this because I guess it forces you to realize just how lonely you really are, but there comes a point when it can't be denied anymore, after you've experienced enough failures in trying to relate to them or establish some sort of connection
But don't you think that's also a good thing
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 >>/51252/
I used to love dinosaurs and had a collection of 20 or so plastic dinosaurs. But I also had a bigger autism about excavators. There is a pic that my dad took of me where I sit on the booth thing on one of them
When I was around that age I would often fantasize about becoming a construction worker and burrow all day either by hand or with an excavator
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 >>/51255/
True. Wasn't Doc just talking about this in regards to how doctors diagnose their patients?

 >>/51250/
40 minutes without stimulation? That's a real vibe killer as the femoids would say. 
I was thinking about that happening during the superbowl with TayTay's boyfriend. if he chokes and loses Taylor will almost half to dump him. 

 >>/51248/
It is a low voice, though It seems Portuguese fosters low voices. Did you see that clip of that Audra girl I've been posting? She really sounds like a tranny.

 >>/51252/
I was a Caterpillar 988 front loader. My dad worked in construction when I was a kid and he told me that was the coolest one. I was also a tow truck for a minute because I had a hotwheesl tow truck with a van front cab that looked cool. 

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That's a nice moment. Did you ever do anything like that? As a kid I had a big dirt hole I'd play in, and later a big pile of rocks and there was one big flat rock that I could break other rocks against. That was fun.
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 >>/51254/
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Juicy thinking here.
Those issues come down to "knowing your hardware", and this is not very intuitive and require some experimentation.

Ideally, you will take every possible path and then figure out all the contradictions and then out of that you will have rebuilt your personal belief system as your own, and not something you just believed/copied from others whose intentions, precedence and consequences you do not know.

But that is not really possible to do just with our regular normal way of thinking, it would take more than a whole life.
But here is the thing, that is just a fraction of your hardware power. Would you be able to walk if you had to think about contracting and releasing every single muscle of your body manually? Would you remember to breathe in the correct interval? Did you remember to pump your hearth meanwhile? Etc...
The mind is a ridiculously powerful super computer, doing insane calculations. A lot of it is "specialized" functions, but even those can be explored.
Example: Judith Polgar and her sisters were trained by their fathers to prove a theory that Chess is played by exploiting the facial recognition system of the brain to recognize plays.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L%C3%A1szl%C3%B3_Polg%C3%A1r
It is now recognized that most top players do this, they recognize arrangements of pieces as they recognize the face of a person, and just know by feeling what those plays are/mean/how to respond.

So, trying to keep it simple (3rd rewrite), there are other ways of thinking that take advantage of functions of our brain that make it possible to think in hundreds of those branches at the same time, and solve the contradictions. This is possible because like I said, our thinking is just a fraction of the system.
If you enable other "avatars" of different perspectives to exist in your mind, they will do their own thinking of those branches, and they will debate among themselves the contradictions.
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I was doing some digging on gnosticism/indo-aryan/jewish mysticism spread event in early computer/anime history. Being present in several schizo tabletop rpg books, point click games and VNs (and later animes) of the time. (Its a really long list). Ended up falling on a particularly OOF rabbit hole.
I got into computers and game dev via my older brother, he got into it as a child via a rather polemic teacher activist from italy/brazil called Pierluigi Piazzi. My mom was into him, and followed his advice that getting kids into computing was a better path than brazilian school based on the Paulo Freire positivist educational system model, which is absolutely correct. So she got his books and bought an MSX for my brother.

Piazzi also has a label of book publishing called Aleph (as in, the hebrew letter) that is the only sci-fi and esotericism book publisher in Brazil, and so happens that my copy of Snowcrash is published by him.

I'm now learning that he understood programming as an extension of alchemy and means to expand/open one's mind to become a "learner". Sadly it is all in portuguese, so I can't really deliver all of it. I had this book, it reads very differently now. 
https://download.file-hunter.com/Books/PT/programas_para_seu_msx.pdf
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Auto OCR and translated that book intro:


Humanity can be divided into 2 categories.
  In fact, anything (humanity included) can always be divided into two categories.
  In the particular case of humanity, we could divide it into “men and women” or “young and old” or “poor and rich”, etc.
  Personally, I think that every division always carries some prejudiced connotation, but that doesn't mean I stop dividing humanity according to the criterion that is most meaningful to me: “people who like to think and people who don't like to think”.
  When I classify someone as a person who “likes to think,” it means they get PLEASURE from using their brain.
  This pleasure causes the brain to be used as much as possible and this person usually (but not necessarily) ends up developing a higher level of intelligence.
  This implies an even revolutionary concept: intelligence is, within certain limits, an acquired skill.
  Furthermore, it is not acquired through painful hours of study but through leisure! People who don't like to think end up developing an undifferentiated intellectual level and limit themselves in their activities, reinforcing a vicious circle and “dumbing down” more and more! These are people who only read out of obligation (and not for pleasure), have fun watching TV or videos, hate programming a computer and only use it as a video game. If, professionally, they are forced to use a computer, they only use “user” programs. friendly” and view the computer as a “black box” whose inner workings are and should continue to be a great mystery.
 
 
  To serve thousands of users who use their MSX as a stimulus, we gave Martello the task of organizing this collection of programs.
  The software we are targeting is that of the readers' brain: what remains in the RAM memory of the micro € that is listed on these pages is a simple pretext.
  There is a saying that can be applied to video game players and “executive” users of expensive computers: “Every time something is made that can even be used by an idiot, it will probably only be used by idiots!”.
  To escape this growing “idiotization” of humanity, Martello and the other collaborators created the material for this book: if we are losing the fight from a quantitative point of view, from a qualitative point of view we and our readers are winning by far!
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Translated post from someone I was talking about this:


One of the ways to understand an object, a reality, is through analogies with things already known through which visible similarities insinuate the intelligibility of the desired object/reality. A hermetic principle exposed in the Emerald Tablet. It is interesting to note how Pierluigi drew great analogies between the brain/intelligence and software, an analogy that already existed in NLP, and which Pierluigi just reused. But many of these analogies are true, although he ends up exaggerating the analogies, and failing to maintain the appropriate proportions.
I believe that combining Piazzi's techniques with the advice of Sertillanges, Jules Payot, Narciso Irala are extremely effective in transforming any illiterate person into an extremely cultured subject and aware of their own abilities, and see that becoming aware of their own abilities, and for this very reason Feeling the possibility of achieving them and consequently awakening the will already leaves the subject a thousand light years away from most people.
But for this it is necessary to combine a spirituality that, although insinuated in Sertillanges, and Narciso Irala, has not yet become a felt and lived cosmology, if the desired intelligence and culture placed us in the correct ideas, spirituality and the search for Good in everything there is, including your participation and perception in Beauty will give us strength that will make us capable of overcoming any obstacles.
Having an ideal combined with a sense of virtues will unify our intelligence and feelings in the right direction.
There is a book that will give us the correct inspiration for this superhuman ideal: The Envy of Angels. Educate ourselves to such an extent that everything that happens in our consciousness, and every bodily movement is a reflection of a tension of the will that seeks to express beauty, truth, and justice. Every look, every expression, every breath must be like a blow of force against everything that is animalistic and low in us.
This is the ideal, Pierluigi would want this for us, Olavo would want it, let us strive.
Let us draw an analogy with the beauty and intelligence of angels who, although unknowable to us, and purely spiritual beings inspire us with the best in human nature.
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 >>/51266/
Interesting revelation. 
It does make sense that the people who were (and probably the ones that still are) on the leading edge of computing were more esoteric wizard types than grug warrior types.
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 >>/51269/
That angle is easy enough, university basements were the holding place of this sort of knowledge since the first one was founded by the church and even before that in Solomon's temple.
When universities invented the internet, the spread event happened in the esoteric alts of the usenet/bbs. 
But there is a lot more to it. Snowcrash is precisely about the use of technical language as a tool of mental expansion via analogy, even if its terms of masonry, geometry, metallurgy or in this case, programming. But since computers are closer to human brains, it is the most effective metaphor for self-understanding.

It was interesting to see I had been indirectly influenced by this same movement from the moment I was born. Feels less lonely, somehow.
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 >>/51259/
> Did you ever do anything like that? As a kid I had a big dirt hole I'd play in, and later a big pile of rocks and there was one big flat rock that I could break other rocks against. That was fun.
Yes, all the time, whenever I could. I would often burrow either in the garden. I also had a dirt hole to dig in as well. But also in the nearby forest together with some other kids. We even found some clay several times which was the highlight of our burrowing. Some dudes in suits came by once or twice and said we should stop doing that since this belongs to the city or something (we didn't stop)

 >>/51259/
> It is a low voice, though It seems Portuguese fosters low voices. Did you see that clip of that Audra girl I've been posting? She really sounds like a tranny.
Was that the one where you all did a whole transvestigation on and came to the conclusion that she is female?

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Sounds interesting. I think I agree with everything said there or see it the same way. 
I used to think that I was dumb for the longest time, until I started to learn programming in my late 20s and found that it helped me to transform myself in a positive way
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If I could start my life over I would just start learning anything computer related and skip school completely and just self teach myself everything through the internet. I don't know why people in poorer countries but still with internet don't just do that
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 >>/51273/
Whoa, 3rd eye. I imagine that means something. 

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> (we didn't stop)
Hehe, nice. 
And yes that's the one we were transvestigating. Doc thinks she's female, and aside from the voice I have no reason to think she isn't.
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Coolest die-cast toy car. It even had a hook and the towing arm was spring loaded

 >>/51270/
I'll have to read Snowcrash already so I can have something to say about all this other than "whoa that's interesting"
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 >>/51275/
Specifically that is the "Egyptian eye", which is a symbol of the pituitary gland's capacity to access the metaphysical. Doesn't hold any particular satanic connotation by itself unless you are a die hard pact guy.
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 >>/51276/
How hard would it be to get a lot of toy cars to etch your shop's number in and hand out to customers? I guess making it nice would be the hard part.

Snowcrash doesn't have any particular super deep writing, its a fun thriller sci-fi thing. It just happens to connect some very strange dots that make a lot of things make sense. In retrospect or working forwards. Which is ironically a lot like what it describes.
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I left some flamin' hot cheeto flavor pork rinds out for the opossum; so far he hasn't eaten them. 
I know he's still around but he won't be my friend. 

 >>/51279/
It wouldn't be so hard I imagine. Maybe use some kind of mini silk screen printing? First I need to open a shop, and make a logo.
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One eye covered in this pic as well from that shoot I believe

 >>/51282/
If you ever get into J. Krishnamurti let me know what you think of him or if what he says aligns with what you think

 >>/51275/
> And yes that's the one we were transvestigating. Doc thinks she's female, and aside from the voice I have no reason to think she isn't.
Sometimes you think she is a tranny but she isn't. E.g. Mackenzie Davis seems like one to me sometimes but I don't think she is
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 >>/51276/
> Coolest die-cast toy car. It even had a hook and the towing arm was spring loaded
Did you have that one? I never had a car autism as a child, except I had one mini ferrari testarossa. I only developed a slight car and racing autism when I got Gran Turismo on the PSX, Ridge Racer and the game Formula 1
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 >>/51282/
while I appreciate that this is so dumbed down that I can understand 80% of it in just one quick pass, it's still not as "dumbed down" as it could be. there are certain paragraphs where almost every word is either a connector or a complex concept from academia. you don't want fewer words, you want something that flows and is not too formal or contrived compared to how someone would express the idea in a casual face to face conversation, or even better, in the context of teaching a child. this is tangentially related to something he said in the video about the variations in skills within one person, pedagogy is probably the one thing I'm best at, and I can tell precisely because I'm almost never content with the way people "simplify" things lol
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It would be another thing to learn from scratch or would need time for but I kind of want try to learn and to understand radio frequencies, antennas and so on. Doing stuff like pic related would be fun 
https://www.youtube.com/@saveitforparts/videos
Have any of you ever done anything like this?
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I just realized there aren't many Kathryn tongue pics, but she just posted this

 >>/51287/
> by hand? were you some sorta autistic mole boy?
Hehe no what I meant was by manual work with your hands like with a shovel, etc. That being said burrowing by hand was fun too

 >>/51288/
I consider all arab, med, asian, hispanic and so on as my white brothers
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 >>/51291/
damn, I was having fun picturing you as some archetypal cartoonish weird nerd kid, like a character from Recess

> I consider all arab, med, asian, hispanic and so on as my white brothers
fitting that you would say "brothers" because only the men are emigrating to europe lmao

 >>/51292/
the bangs make her look like a gelfling in literally every new pic. I'll still never not love bangs though
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One thing that annoys me is how I would like to form a connection with people on one hand, for example IRL, but also on the internet, and create like a commune or a group of like minded people, but there are so many difficulties with other people and you can never really fully trust others. And even if you did have like 5 people or so whom you fully trust, the more people you bring in, the more difficulties will arise. So, in the end the best thing to do is just to do everything by yourself because you are the only person you can fully trust and rely on. 
But the issue with that is that one person can only accomplish so much at once
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I don't mind living by myself, but with a groupf capable people you could accomplish many cool things or ideas. But finding people who want to do the same things as you might be another issue
For example Sylvie was talking about this in her latest vid that she will organize a meet up. I imagine the people who go there are all on a similar wave length and are "like minded" through watching her videos consistently. So in her case this brings together people of a certain ideal or mindset
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Generally, people work together because they are forced to work together, like in an office they work for a company. But if there was a group of like minded people working for the same goal, and they were actually motivated to accomplish these goals, it would be much more efficient because the people would actually want to do it
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For a company, the company's owners and shareholders are the benefactors of the work of the people working for it. And the goal is always money, power, etc.
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 >>/51294/
there is a lot of nuance to trust. it's true that you can never FULLY trust anyone, but you can usually trust some people to not do 99.9% of the bad things they could potentially do to you. however those few trustworthy people wouldn't necessarily share all of your interests or want to work for/with you. I think the deciding factor is whether there is rapport between you and those people. That chart Doc posted is very relevant to this - notice how scummy people like politicians, CEOs and bankers help each other out all the time, even across parties and borders, because they all share essentially the same worldview that makes them predators trying to "win" the game they perceive life as. Whenever I've come across people that "get it" irl (that one woman from night school, dreadlocks girl also from night school) I immediately trusted them almost completely. I also trust you guys (except for the central european untermensch)
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also just because they do have rapport with you doesn't mean they haven't done questionable or downright bad things to other people that they didn't have rapport with in the past. not really relevant in most cases, but it's still worth pointing out 

 >>/51296/
so what exactly do you want to do?
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I don't think it's surprising that there would be little to no empathy between people living multiple levels apart. Look at it this way. I unfortunately know many level 3 stone age hunters in this town, as I have complained about multiple times before. These people for the most part are NOT harmless. They cheat, steal (A LOT) and I'd be surprised if they hadn't raped a girl or two by spiking their drinks. Now, practically every other day I eat a meal that includes meat. Most of the time it's cow meat or pig meat, sometimes lamb or chicken. All domesticated, docile, peaceful, perhaps even "sweet" species. If I don't feel (that) bad about eating them why tf would I care what happens to some random darkie or politician? Not to mention that they probably see me as little more than easy prey because I have values and principles and whatnot
 >>/51299/
> so what exactly do you want to do?
I could write a big wall of text about this but rather to keep it brief
With the whole world becoming less free, to form a group of like minded people who are concerned with all this and with the goal in mind to work together to help each other out as best as they can. Ideally it would be a group of people of different professions and talents or skills, but generally it would have to be the type of person that enjoys constant learning about new topics, the world and enjoys learning to understand and to gain insight, to improve himself and to become a better person. It can't be people who are selfish, greedy, egotistic, and so on. Interest in technical things would be good. Sometimes I see people who could be that type for example this guy  >>/51290/
I don't have one particular thing I would want to do, although I could name a bunch of different things, but if you brought together a group of like minded, smart individuals, they could come up with some good ideas on how to deal with how the world currently is and what the world is changing into. A group like that would also bring out the best in each other and help to elevate the others in certain ways. For example there could be people who are brilliant at math or programming, but have no clue about finances and economics, and if they were brought together they could accomplish something that would create money for the group. Or some people might not be good at social things, but have some ideas that require social skills. People can learn different skills from the others that they themselves don't possess and generally uplift each other
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Also I know this would be a very politically incorrect thing to say in lower IQ environments but thankfully you guys don't watch Netflix shows: There's definitely a high degree of correlation between "awareness" and "wisdom" and just plain old IQ scores. Sorry not sorry. I had their best ever average in night school, my friend with the unfortunate chromosomes had the second best ever average. Dreadlocks girl rarely attended class but she was always (faultlessly) the first to hand in exams and never got scored lower than a 10. It is what it is 🤷‍♂️
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Speaking of which, there's no way the ashkenazi jews are the ooga booga money hunters they pretend to be. They're too high up in sam hyde's staircase for that. Maybe they choose to live life that way deliberately as some sort of logical exercise - if we (or at least our bodies) live in a physical realm then it follows that just for that simple reason, one should aim to make that material existence as pleasant as possible, even at the expense of others, but there must necessarily be a lot more than that to their belief system. Also I can think of a couple other hypotheses as to why so many of them prefer to focus on making money like any random pleb would (while obviously being more successful at it) as opposed to choosing more "interesting" or subversive lifestyles, but it's way too late now and I gotta sleep sooner or later I'm gonna get a stroke if I don't
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Morning.

 >>/51304/
Correct on the view they maximize life on both material and spiritual. And they are playing the game with cheats when doing the "evil" things to achieve that doesn't necessarily have the mental consequences it has for lower plebs.
But most of them are utter midwits that fall for their own material tricks. Specially "secular" jews.
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 >>/51285/
I did, that caused my tow truck phase when I was 3 or 4. 
Very nice screencap

 >>/51282/
Neat. I've seen that guy go through other charts but this one is new to me. Highest I've been is level 7 I think. Also I'm realizing that many more people than I assumed are at lower levels. Even though they can use a lot of big words and assemble them well, their process is still "use the right symbols/mouth sounds = get what I want from the others"

 >>/51283/
I'm level 3 when I have to go outside. The "darkies stay away or I'll stab you" mode. When I'm shitposting here I get to go higher. 

 >>/51288/
Is she part north african? Nice butt pic. She's pretty but I wouldn't give up my +1 to Agartha to her.

 >>/51293/
> fitting that you would say "brothers" because only the men are emigrating to europe lmao
Hehehehe

 >>/51290/
Looks cool. I've never done anything like that. My most ambitious thing is to make a spark gap radio jammer (jk feds I would never do that)
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 >>/51300/
 >>/51304/
Not having empathy for other levels makes a lot of sense (and I relate personally). You eat cows, jews exploit goyim, it's not so different. 
Call it low level, but my view is that prospering on a physical level is not something that can be ignored or passed over. Basically don't let yourself get psyopped into letting the jews run the world forever just because you reached a higher level on a .png chart than they did. I'm fine with letting Moche Twinkleblatz be more enlightened while I own the building he lives in and all the surplus of the energy he expends goes to me.
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 >>/51307/
The trick is while you should have the best material experience possible, DO NOT IMMANENTIZE THE ESCHATON, and confuse the immaterial with the material and try to satisfy your immaterial wants in the material world as they do. Your material self does not need a genetically engineered human cow to drink milk from, your immaterial self does not need to have power to shape DNA to feel unconstrained, he can be unconstrained in his own fucking world.
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Since we are having a fun time, lets talk about this kind of shit:
https://www.deviantart.com/bluefluke/art/The-Psychonaut-Field-Manual-FOURTH-PDF-EDITION-530005584

Magik systems, initiatory cults, thelema, kabbalah and every other esoteric system.

They are crap. Why are they crap?
Due to the nature of the mind, there is an inherent operational system with concepts and mechanisms to it, which is shared by all. But that system is inherently too complex for language, and it is simplified down. Like you have assembler -> C++ -> Phython (and it will only get more similar as we develop A.I programming itself), etc... simplifications written with simplification written with simplifications, until we reach our verbal language and how we talk about these things.
Those magic systems try to access that inherent operational system, but they are only "emulations" of it, that affect only the people running those emulators, and no matter how accurate they portray the inherent system, it is still a bubble, and it even keeps them from ever exploring the real system. 
Even literal programming languages, math, chemistry, geometry and such are better complex languages to think about these things and explore them via metaphor than those magic systems.

For instance, when one of those systems tells you "you have to distill this idea", it is borrowing from Alchemical language. But reading those guides, you will never "comprehend" the abstract concept of distillation.
Only via practice of or observation of chemistry you learn exactly what is a distillation, and can use that abstract concept on other things.
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 >>/51313/
This is why they have such a need to spread their symbolism, in order to run that emulation in more people and gain more power.
Wereas, a system like Sufism rejects words and is entirely based on experiences, and this is why it rules over jewish mysticism among the elite.
But it has very little effect on the masses.
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 >>/51312/
> 150mb of Gorillaz album cover art
Ah geez. I'll read on this throughout the day. 

 >>/51314/
> This is why they have such a need to spread their symbolism, in order to run that emulation in more people
I'm not sure what symbolism you're referring to here. Pyramids?
The latter part makes sense. Words are easy to spread, especially in the current year, they can be copied infinitely. Experiences are much more powerful but much harder to share. Reminds me of a saying I like; "if they won't see the light, make them feel the heat"
Musk's NeuralLink seems to be a step towards digitizing experiences. (probably a bad thing)
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 >>/51315/
Words are just the end point. Before them you have images, then sensations, etc...
Lets say "freedom", there is an inherent true representation of it in your mind that is primal, it was inherited from your biology and maybe from the nature of the universe itself (if not beyond it). 
If you look inwards and deal with that concept/feeling, you will have one or more different visual symbolic representations of it. None of those forms is the real form, but they all contain some of the real form. The real form is the full comprehension/experience of what is freedom, unbound by time or words.

If they can make you see their symbol of freedom when you look in, they can shift its meaning/comprehension.
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 >>/51316/
Very interesting. I've "known", you could say, about that sort of language trickery, but to talk about it the idea becomes more solid for me.
I think people who don't have the "mind's eye" are more easily tricked by this sort of thing. They can't imagine their own apple, so when someone describes an apple for him, he is amazed. Like you were exactly saying, if you find someone with no idea of "freedom" you can give them your idea of it easily. 

 >>/51318/
Will watch later. It looks cool.
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https://parabrisas.perfil.com/noticias/novedades/asi-sera-la-version-suv-del-nuevo-fiat-uno.phtml I like it for what it is 🤷‍♂️ certainly a lot better than the modern 500 which I've never understood the hype about. it's still toy-like but at least it isn't an incoherent, messy, ugly design
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 >>/51327/
yes but I trust that source. mostly

> How was your Friday? Any better than the other days?
not really no, my keyboard broke, it registers multiple key presses with certain keys. I hope some contact cleaner will fix it tomorrow otherwise I'm screwed
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the brand is called "klipxtreme" they're based in Miami (most likely latinxs) but all their products are cheap chinese crap. they're present in the US and Brazil apparently. avoid them at all costs. the mouse that came with this keyboard lasted all of two months. their products have pretty/niche designs but they're UGLY ON THE INSIDE
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> ex president of panama reportedly corrupt
isn't that kind of panama's thing? like their whole raison d'etre? this is kind of like if I acted surprised that the president of the congo has dark skin
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On the subject of computers as metaphors for the mind, here's some cool facts:
Most people assume "machine language", assembler, is the lowest level.
While the whole processor does work with binary transistors on a low level, If you try to program a modern computer in machine code, you will only be accessing a higher level where it interfaces with the common architecture (be it x86, ARM, Risc, etc...).
All modern processors are designed by algorithm (not quite A.I in most cases, but some use neural networks) and have a massive inaccessible and barely comprehensible structure, that then translates its output to the known architecture machine code.
You can only communicate with it indirectly.
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 >>/51359/
Neat
I saw a video about the magnetic bead ROM used in the Apollo missions or some shit and it was impressively complex to me, and now computer stuff is 10000x more complex and compacted. I can't imagine.
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 >>/51360/
This is as low as you can comprehend.
https://github.com/pavel-krivanek/PharoChipDesigner

There's some things unexplained, that are down to quantum stuff, how magnets work and all. But the mechanics of it are not too hard.
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 >>/51361/
How do people make the stuff if it's all so unexplained? 

I also remember watching some guy use a computer he made in minecraft from redstone blocks. That was neat.
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So I'm 99% sure Costco sells the info about what I buy to Meta. 
I bought some pretzels today and an hour later I see an advert for that brand of pretzels on instagram, and I didn't use my own credit card, the only thing tying me to the pretzels is the Costco membership card.
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 >>/51364/
We know how to work with semi-conductors, but we didn't knew much of WHY they worked. Now we understand quite a lot of why, but not all of it. As the scale of processors gets smaller, this becomes more relevant because they don't work as consistently, being closer to atom sizes.
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 >>/51366/
It is curious how you would make a switch out of like 6 atoms.
Speaking of manipulating atoms, I was reading a bit about how monocrystal metals are made, basically they cool the molten metal in such a way, starting with the base of a pigtail shape, so it cools in a totally uniform atomic structure and it makes for better turbine blades. Neat stuff. I wonder if the way it works with nickel superalloys is similar to how it works with those pretty rainbow bismuth crystals.
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 >>/51367/
Ye, been thinking about the massive boom there will be once we can do metallurgy in space. More specifically, I was stuck thinking of the Inconel paradox. Inconel being the ideal heat shield for re-entries, but too heavy to rocket into space.
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 >>/51373/
Based on that stripe of rubber hoelding the flex, I assume your keyboard is one of those big flex plastic sheet 3 ply kind of keyboards like mine.
Mine (a nice dell) had that same issue for a while, and it took a lot to fix it.
Basically, its dirt or moisture or both. You will have to pull out the sheets, gently rub every inch of it inside out and inside out and inside out with some alcohol (70%+ better) until its fucking immaculate, and blow it dry with a cool fan until it is completely and utterly dry. Only then it will behave.
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 >>/51374/
work? cant I just beg lizbro for a new one? 

> moisture
there are definitely still some crumbs in there but moisture is the most likely culprit. not from anything I spilled but just from the environment. its been disgustingly humid these last couple days, to the point that you could flap your arms and make instant rain. I doubt this keyboard was designed with rainforest tier weather in mind

 >>/51375/
some blonde people are secretly hairier than your average arab
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you know it used be that in these rural areas not too far from Buenos Aires you'd find all sorts of interesting mammals, like skunks or armadillos, a wide variety of reptiles and amphibians, and every possible color of butterfly, as well as plenty of fireflies during the night. That's what it was like when I'd come here for school breaks when I was a kid. Nowadays all the pretty animals are gone and in their place there are a lot more new species of ugly, large, creepy bugs. It's like even the countryside is turning increasingly dystopian, I'm sure Monsanto has nothing to do with it though
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1,193 wh/mile, when compared to the raw energy value of a gallon of diesel, is 34.11 miles/gallon when towing. (unless I did the math wrong)
Really good efficiency but hydrocarbon fuel still mogs with it's energy density. 

 >>/51383/
Girls do be shopping. Cute dress. 

 >>/51382/
I know China is like that because the Chinese eat all the other fauna. Maybe it's Monsanto I'm sure they're doing 1000 nefarious things every day. 

 >>/51381/
My life was in the trash from the beginning, I just try to ignore it.
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 >>/51393/
Dude is about my height, maybe an inch shorter, and I certainly don't feel the need to lie about it. Granted men are shorter around here but it's not like his peers in Manletwood are particularly tall either
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I guess it's understandable to some degree because his career is based on his looks. But that lie doesn't hold up to the slightest scrutiny he should've said he was 5' 10, just add an inch or two, wear shoes with thick soles and leave that matter behind you lol
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If I wasn't knock kneed and had better posture I'd probably be pretty close to the 6' mark. My dad is 6' 1. No point in crying about that stuff though also height matters but that's not my problem with women at all the problem is they're NASTY FUCKING WHORES and I don't want a nasty fucking whore with me I'm the picky one not them
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 >>/51383/
She looks so ethereal in that beige dress

 >>/51384/
The cybertruck honestly seems like a pretty cool product to me 🤷‍♂️ I don't like the body design that much and it's too minimalistic for me in general but I never understood why it gets so much hate. Must be SJWs who just hate Musk... Even though he makes precisely the same kind of vehicles they're always shilling and begging for more of. That's leftoids for you. The cybertruck does what it's designed to do well from what I've seen
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 >>/51398/
I like it too. The style is cool imo and the stainless body is a nice feature. I wouldn't buy one, even if I had the money, but that's my own autism (plus I'm poor). I haven't seen much but the cybertruck doesn't seem any shittier than any other vehicle made in 2024.
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It is pretty questionable in reliability, safety and many other issues.
The chassi has "getting bent" issues (some ford trucks do too, but most pickups don't), and the crash tests are oof.
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 >>/51402/
Tbf that goes for all modern vehicles pretty much. they've been getting less and less utilitarian over the years. 

 >>/51406/
yeah I never understood this about new cars in general. We've had fast capacitive buttons for how long now? This should not be an issue but somehow it is. Also they're still putting super weak chips in the media systems of a lot of new cars, up until recently the screen not being as laggy as one of the very first Android phones was a big selling point