#161

cars posted:

toyotathon posted:

can you imagine how mad americans would be if somebody took the flag down on the moon, like how frothing mad

Washington signed a treaty saying they're not allowed to treat stuff that only affects the moon as an act of aggression, and the first foreign deployment of the U.S. Marine Corps was supposedly because someone lumberjacked the flagpole in front of a U.S. embassy so troops would start angry-crying about it. Congress & the president would send a mission to put another flag up and it'd be farmed out to a robot built by Elon Musk that would get 0.5 miles off the launchpad and explode into a thousand pieces, literally burning the United States flag on live global TV


finally, the future we were promised

#162
mods please move all my posts from the last two days in here. thanks
#163
would an example of a dialectic unity of opposites be fragile earth / powerful earth?
#164
spinning_weed.gif
#165
are parking enforcement officers lumpen
#166
out in the bay they got caught recently targeting nice cars with bullshit tickets, to impound them and auction them to themselves, for $1 or whatever. thievin' with paperwork
#167

tears posted:

spinning_weed.gif


#168
the soviets errored, we must not venture into space for 10,000 years, the other stars will still be shining then, we must make peace with all other life here, we must not find ourselves stranded out there in that great black desert
#169
post
#170
top3 ways to die, death from inside your own deadly invention, going into the forest and letting the forest eat you, and surrounded by your dead grandkids
#171
killed but it was just a dream
#172
yo if we don't one way or another transfer all current labor out of the rigs and refineries and into new energy work within the next decade then it means death for all classes and all life. alright that';s real
#173
there isn't enough love given to finely crafted extreme suicide inventions and their place within the home. Love the sinner, hate the sin, that's what I say.
#174
the working class is the father of all wealth, and the earth the mother, but we're all lumpen with respect to her. today's wealth is tomorrow's poverty
#175
In a bathroom stall of this one place someone has graffito’d like “I ❤️ Ruth Bader Ginsburg” with another heart for the i dot, and every time I see it I can only think about how it was custom-designed to ruthlessly troll me.
#176

Ruzbihan posted:

In a bathroom stall of this one place someone has graffito’d like “I ❤️ Ruth Bader Ginsburg” with another heart for the i dot, and every time I see it I can only think about how it was custom-designed to ruthlessly troll me.



you know you can change that stuff yourself right

#177
that's rude, poor bathroom graffiti etiquette. for shame cars.
#178
it's the damn dialectic!!!!
#179
just use a different color sharpie so the other folks taking dumps can follow the conversation
#180
Back in the dark ages, I used to take the bus home from college & leave my car there for my buddy to use, and one 45-minute stop always had new pro-KKK stuff sloppily carved into the walls, and I would spend the entire 45 minutes using an old bait knife to carefully carve in edits, in as close to the original hand as I could manage, so that it appeared the first guy was declaring he had quit the KKK yet again because of his addiction to performing oral sex on another man.
#181
this was also the first time I saw what is now known Online as the "Heel Hortlar", where the attractiveness of far-right politics to a person's brain is inversely correlated with its ability to learn how to draw a swastika where all the bars point in the right direction.
#182
was studying some DARPA traitor last night, this guy made a swastika for his research group homepage out of flexure elements:
https://static.wixstatic.com/media/53ca7c_ac8bff28b55949f4af2f8159ecad648f.gif
https://www.mae.ucla.edu/jonathan-b-hopkins/
https://www.flexible.seas.ucla.edu/

changing a torque into a translation can be done 1,000,000 ways, so he's for sure winking at his white supremacist sponsors, listed immediately below the swastika
#183
the biggest flaw there is probably that the swastika fell apart a few years after the successful application of communism to its key points
#184
took an edible for the first time (that wasnt by accident) yesterday and just giggled while playing dark souls. i never would have considered it if i were not currently at the most bored i have ever been in my life
#185
write a column saying it gave you a panic attack and sell it to the new york times for epic win
#186
I genuinely took too much and was panicked for a long while
#187
You must’ve said “it’s not working”, those magic words jinx it and makes it too strong
#188

Caesura109 posted:

I genuinely took too much and was panicked for a long while


this is why i am anti-edible, you can't titrate properly

#189

this is why i am anti-edible, you can't titrate properly

well now im anti-pyschoactive drugs because i ended up being hospitalized for doing too much. well was a very short and 50/50 experience

#190
thought i was gonna die like 3 times lol
#191
lmao, anyway ive stopped smoking as of 2 weeks ago now, 2 grams a day all day every day is a bad habit, and not befitting of an education professional!
#192
But weed aids dialectical thinking
#193
To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under heaven
#194
time a: post
time a + b: delete post

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#195
today's the last day of my non-resin-based stash tho and i'm kind of relieved... should try to celebrate sobriety and healthy eating more. cheers to everybody smoking their last bowl for a while.
#196
in the spirit of high posting humans definitely began the adaptation of the secondary, tool-making use of our delicate precision hands, before bipedalism, which was to protect our wrists from the strain of slamming against the earth every step. human evolution was tool-culture first

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#197

dimashq posted:

But weed aids dialectical thinking


you missed a verb

#198
been 36 hours since comically taking 40 grams of edibles by accident and being hospitalized due to repeat panic, i feel unbelievably fatigued and also highly anxious for some reason.
#199

Caesura109 posted:

took an edible for the first time (that wasnt by accident) yesterday and just giggled while playing dark souls. i never would have considered it if i were not currently at the most bored i have ever been in my life



Caesura109 posted:

well now im anti-pyschoactive drugs because i ended up being hospitalized for doing too much. well was a very short and 50/50 experience



ever tried Phenazepam op?

#200
I'm DONE with drugs, reactionally that is