inthedustofthisplanet

inthedustofthisplanet wrote (edited )

Reply to comment by Kinshavo in friday free talk by emma

I also deeply love solitude and feel most complete when I am by myself. But I think of lot of this comes from not liking being seen -- some of it has to do with that fear of being found out in regard to my gender -- but am a very charismatic person which is pretty confusing at times. I want to be social and outgoing but dysphoria and just plain fear of people and their reactions make me freeze up a lot.

I also don't like doing nothing, which is what a lot of people around me are totally content in doing. Seems like a lot of people just want to give me weird of confused looks when I talk about whats on my mind.

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inthedustofthisplanet wrote (edited )

I basically only play HL1 mods so mouse smoothing, raw mouse input, 7.9 sensitivity and I also have basically every key on my keyboard binded to do SOMETHING.

People really hate my 180 script -- at the press of a button I turn 180 degrees. ;)

// Fast Turn 180 degrees.
bind "KEY" "fps_max 20; cl_yawspeed 7200; wait; +right; wait; -right; cl_yawspeed 32; fps_max 200"
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inthedustofthisplanet wrote

Reply to comment by Kinshavo in friday free talk by emma

I too prefer to be alone, but I also find it hard to relate to most people or I'm paranoid about this and that. I usually try to avoid people to be honest.

I have a few friends online and one true friend I know in my day-to-day life, but I still feel alone. I guess I said I prefer to be alone. Not sure.

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inthedustofthisplanet wrote (edited )

Reply to friday free talk by emma

I've spent a good chunk of my free time setting Linux back up on my laptop, this week and have customized the DE to have a peak vaporwave aesthetic -- wonder what forum would be best for sharing pics of how cool or boring our desktops look?

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inthedustofthisplanet wrote (edited )

There’s a temptation to overthink this, and we should never discount the role of sheer bloody idiocy. Some anti-vaxxers are now calling themselves “purebloods”, a term that should send a chill through anyone even vaguely acquainted with 20th-century history. In their defence, however, if they can’t even get Harry Potter right (purebloods is what the bad guys call themselves), we can’t expect them to detect an echo of the Nuremberg laws.

This is so scary it's hilarious and then doubly scary. We're doomed.

“A new ignorance is on the horizon, an ignorance borne not of a lack of knowledge but of too much knowledge, too much data, too many theories, too little time.” ― Eugene Thacker, Tentacles Longer Than Night: Horror of Philosophy Vol. 3

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inthedustofthisplanet wrote (edited )

Reply to comment by BulletDog15 in What is anarchy? by BulletDog15

Yeah, you insult me and you don't get banned.

Where did I insult you?

Good luck living a short brutish life just to die alone. Not even being rude, this is just the direct result of your ideas.

Right, I see how things are going to be. Have a great day!

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