#7601
i got 4 hickeys and have decided to study academic history
#7602
i got 0 hours sleep and finished all my uni work for the year, finally. not even awake properly yet and here i am, posting with yall, because i love u
#7603
we <3 you petrol safe travels
#7604
thanks mate lots of family stuff to focus on now for a month or so and then im off to physically visit some kind of communism, for study, its like a dream, can life truly become happy? im going to cry haha time to stop sleepyposting
#7605
been sleeping better, reading loads of irish republican stuff. loads of andrea dworkin as well.

hating men so fucking much

hating families as well

so yeah anyone want to give me nice stuff to get into?

oh yeah starting therapy soon CANT FUCKING WAIT

#7606
I ate turkey and mashed potatoes and green bean casserole and now I’m eating more of it and I’m posting on the Rhizzone forums.
#7607
feeling good enough to eat food i like instead of just 1300 of ground beef and pita every day.

also why is it hip to complain about eating turkey now
#7608

Cuntessa_Markievicz posted:

oh yeah starting therapy soon CANT FUCKING WAIT


really happy for you and i just hope its good therapy which can be hard to find but its out there <3

oh as for nice stuff to get into, cant believe im saying this but have you ever watched ghibli films? because you might really enjoy the escapism and the protagonists are pretty much always cool women and girls. like princess mononoke, its fucking excellent. sorry for terrible quality of trailer but trust me its much better than the US-narrated miramax trailer that completely misrepresents the story lol

#7609

Caesura109 posted:

feeling good enough to eat food i like instead of just 1300 of ground beef and pita every day.

also why is it hip to complain about eating turkey now


Why is it suddenly "cool" to oppose mass murder

#7610
no i dont means thanksgiving, the amerikkkan and klanadian settler holiday where they celebrate the cracker conquest of north america, i mean eating turkey, the big chicken thing that people keep teling me tastes bad
#7611
i think swampman is talking about the mass slaughter of animals required by the poultry industry, rather than the mass slaughter of human beings required by the north american settler states. irregardless,
#7612
swampman and goatstein are objectively correct about meatship.
#7613
ran out of sleep meds so life might suck until i can get into the psych on monday

logging into ffxi tomorrow, hopefully our little linkshell can get back together
#7614
my kid's 2nd bday gathering (the first one is the real party, the second one you just invite close family so it's a 'gathering' like juggalos would say) went well and ended with me drunkenly listening to fleetwood mac with my mother and making her cry by telling her how much i appreciate her. great success
#7615
drunkenly glistening
#7616
I was in the Paris riots Saturday night. I got tear gassed pretty bad, scuffled with a cop, kicked a canister back at the CRS, had a motorcycle explode about 5 meters away from me, and then walking away from it all to a dinner party in a rich bourgeois neighborhood (where everyone in their suits looked at me suspiciously and scared, the sounds of explosions and smoke in the distance), I looked up and saw dozens of paper lanterns floating through the sky.
#7617
I was also in the paris riots--I fell out of a guard tower!
#7618

Parenti posted:

I was in the Paris riots Saturday night. I got tear gassed pretty bad, scuffled with a cop, kicked a canister back at the CRS, had a motorcycle explode about 5 meters away from me, and then walking away from it all to a dinner party in a rich bourgeois neighborhood (where everyone in their suits looked at me suspiciously and scared, the sounds of explosions and smoke in the distance), I looked up and saw dozens of paper lanterns floating through the sky.


imagine time travelling 50 years into the future just to sign up to this shitty forum and post this. smh

#7619

kinch posted:

I was also in the paris riots--I fell out of a guard tower!


#7620
but doctor, I am the spectacle
#7621
i'm not dying of secret cancer, thx for all the well wishes, i.e. none

probably diverticulitus but it's not currently infected/inflammed, you just get this shit when you get older, thanks for the heads up everyone, that is to say, no one
#7622
speedy recovery! I hope it's not diverticulitis and if it is I hope they fix it!
#7623
getting older would bea lot more fun if there weren't this whole multitude of ailments that no one knows about that just make living real unpleasant but pose no significant threat to yr life
#7624
coworker gots to get vertebrae fused, partner has benign but large nodules in their lungs, i need eyeball injections and friend got run over by a rich teenager's suv. what a hoot
#7625
I wish somebody cared about me enough to inject shit into my eyeballs
#7626
i have a weird throat issue where everything closes up on me mid-sentence and it's a struggle for breath, but i believe it's my body's way of recommending i shut the fuck up + listen. 3 weeks w/o food, 3 days w/o water, 3 minutes w/o air, if i hit 2mins i'll get it checked out, but till then...
#7627
ngl that sounds pretty concerning

toyotathon posted:

i have a weird throat issue where everything closes up on me mid-sentence and it's a struggle for breath, but i believe it's my body's way of recommending i shut the fuck up + listen. 3 weeks w/o food, 3 days w/o water, 3 minutes w/o air, if i hit 2mins i'll get it checked out, but till then...


#7628

ialdabaoth posted:

coworker gots to get vertebrae fused, partner has benign but large nodules in their lungs, i need eyeball injections and friend got run over by a rich teenager's suv. what a hoot



damn. hope you can patch things up with your friend.

#7629

Caesura109 posted:

ngl that sounds pretty concerning



i feel like i've seen enough U$ doctors to know 80% of them are quacks doing stethoscope stuff to finance stock market addictions. not gonna dig up krugerrands so doctor polo shirt can put two smooth fingers down my throat. if stalin had finished the job, we'd probably all be just as healthy and the dow would be at 500 or lower. "learn how to heal yourself and stop fuckin with them hospitals" --talib kweli

Edited by toyotathon ()

#7630
Ever had one of those moments when you simultaneously feel very smart and also extremely dumb? This morning, as I quietly made as many preparations as possible for a very busy day before my toddler wakes up (any minute now), I decided I wanted to wear a particular pair of pants which happen to have developed a perfectly phone-sized hole in the left pocket. On the few occasions I've worn them over the last couple of months, I've had to keep my phone and other usual left-pocket items in my right pocket, along with its usual contents of wallet & keys, which is unwieldy and terrible. So I decided that, no, this would be the moment I finally pulled out the shitty $2 sewing repair kit and fix the damn pocket. It had been a long time since I'd bothered to repair a piece of clothing, because I am a shiftless asshole. So it was that it took 10 very long minutes to work out how to thread the needle, and the aforementioned smart-dumb moment was when I realised that the needle-threader is meant to go through the eye of the needle BEFORE you put the thread through the threader. Among other things, today I will be applying for both a new bank account and a Chinese visa, and yet I am struck by the feeling that I may have just overcome the day's biggest challenge already. As always, thanks for reading, and may God bless us all.
#7631

toyotathon posted:

Caesura109 posted:
ngl that sounds pretty concerning



i feel like i've seen enough U$ doctors to know 80% of them are quacks doing stethoscope stuff to finance stock market addictions. not gonna dig up krugerrands so doctor polo shirt can put two smooth fingers down my throat. if stalin had finished the job, we'd probably all be just as healthy and the dow would be at 500 or lower. "learn how to heal yourself and stop fuckin with them hospitals" --talib kweli

Edited by toyotathon (today 23:46:04)




Doctors make far too much money and their politics reflect that. im going to go out on a limb here and say hospitals and medicine are good, though... Please get your throat checked out, friend

#7632

Petrol posted:

Ever had one of those moments when you simultaneously feel very smart and also extremely dumb?


yes, but only the second one

#7633

Parenti posted:

I was in the Paris riots Saturday night. I got tear gassed pretty bad, scuffled with a cop, kicked a canister back at the CRS, had a motorcycle explode about 5 meters away from me, and then walking away from it all to a dinner party in a rich bourgeois neighborhood (where everyone in their suits looked at me suspiciously and scared, the sounds of explosions and smoke in the distance), I looked up and saw dozens of paper lanterns floating through the sky.



any thoughts on the riots? an article (in the guardian iirc) i read was portraying it as a potential boon to the right.

Edited by Chthonic_Goat_666 ()

#7634

Petrol posted:

Ever had one of those moments when you simultaneously feel very smart and also extremely dumb? This morning, as I quietly made as many preparations as possible for a very busy day before my toddler wakes up (any minute now), I decided I wanted to wear a particular pair of pants which happen to have developed a perfectly phone-sized hole in the left pocket. On the few occasions I've worn them over the last couple of months, I've had to keep my phone and other usual left-pocket items in my right pocket, along with its usual contents of wallet & keys, which is unwieldy and terrible. So I decided that, no, this would be the moment I finally pulled out the shitty $2 sewing repair kit and fix the damn pocket. It had been a long time since I'd bothered to repair a piece of clothing, because I am a shiftless asshole. So it was that it took 10 very long minutes to work out how to thread the needle, and the aforementioned smart-dumb moment was when I realised that the needle-threader is meant to go through the eye of the needle BEFORE you put the thread through the threader. Among other things, today I will be applying for both a new bank account and a Chinese visa, and yet I am struck by the feeling that I may have just overcome the day's biggest challenge already. As always, thanks for reading, and may God bless us all.



If you get a bank account in China like at ICBC you can use it to buy papers from academics there explaining the primary stage of socialism. There's no real reason for you to do it but you should definitely do it.

#7635

Chthonic_Goat_666 posted:

an article (in the guardian iirc) i read was portraying it as a potential boon to the right.


has there ever in the entire history of the paper been a guardian article that didn't handwring about any given leftist action being a potential boon to the right.

#7636

cars posted:

If you get a bank account in China like at ICBC you can use it to buy papers from academics there explaining the primary stage of socialism. There's no real reason for you to do it but you should definitely do it.


Unfortunately it was explained to me that the strayan Bank of China is a seperate entity so I will not have all the benefits of a real Chinese bank account (afaik you can't get one of those without Chinese ID, i.e. not for non-resident foreigners)

#7637
yeah i tried to get one to do what i said and i couldn't.. oh well
#7638

Chthonic_Goat_666 posted:

any thoughts on the riots? an article (in the guardian iirc) i read was portraying it as a potential boon to the right.


it's being covered as an anti-carbon-tax movement, if it's anything else that would be heartening

#7639
it's safe to assume that most Western governments and many slices of the bourgeoisie have far-right actors positioned and primed to hijack most "movements", domestic or foreign, that aren't explicitly socialist. that doesn't mean there's no place for socialists to participate in them, but rather the opposite, that socialists are under obligation to physically clear a space to advance their ideas and hold it against the state and its far-right slime molds for as long as possible.
#7640
living forever is a big part of my medium term plan