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MBTI/Jungian psychology and /leftypol/ Anonymous Comrade 07/23/2020 (Thu) 22:15:08 No. 12571 [Reply] [Last]
What's your personality type? INFP gang represent. Also daily reminder that MBTI and even Jungian cognitive functions are not a concrete analysis of how people behave, it's only a general prediction of how people behave over a period of time when faced with various situations.
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>>17468 >>17469 So ENFP Plato vs INTJ Aristotle then? Also ngl 'becoming one with the universe' sounds more rad to me than 'achieving excellence and becoming a master' The self is limiting, no man is an island yadda yadda
>>13185 I think there's more to said about a seasonal typology than actually astrology. It would make sense that infants who spend the first few months indoors vs outdoors would have lasting effects.
>>12571 Whenever I take this stupid test I end up being on a different quadrant. I can legit claim that I was on every personality at least twice.
>>17989 this
>>12700 James randi was a scum artists Google about that german bretherian also proving the paranormal exist will lead to you getting epsteined

/gradschool/ Anonymous Comrade 11/10/2019 (Sun) 01:58:20 No. 2606 [Reply]
Are there any grad student anons? If so, are you currently working on research? Do you enjoy grad school?
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become a youtuber that debunks alt right bio theories, and ask the breadtube crowd for patreon bux
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Shaun already does that I think. I'm also paranoid about my privacy and the last thing I want is the scrutiny of a thousand incel chuds with too much time on their hands trying to dox me/smear me. No, I'm perfectly content being depressed and terrified about the future while doing nothing.
>>2706
What did you study?
>>2764
Isn't it obvious? He studied genetics.
Health administration, a US masters pre-professional program explaining in great detail how fucked up the American Healthcare system is. We don’t have any socialized medicine in the US, but hopefully I can work for an organization that isn’t completely evil.

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Drugs Anonymous Comrade 03/30/2020 (Mon) 17:27:37 No. 7601 [Reply] [Last]
How many drugs have you used recreational/medicinally? After listing them out, the numbers make lose all hope in society
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>>17220 >there being some danger of increased Parkinson’s risk later in life, but I don’t know how much you need to be taking for that or how your long term risk responds to quitting. From what I understand, your biggest risk is how it effects your heart long term. If you get any signs of high blood pressure or heart rate while taking amphetamines, you are probably taking a slow toll on your heart. That's what i am afraid of the most. Is the long term effects of things. I mean look at our political establishments, and leaders. Still smart and very wise but you can tell they have a few screws loose and some dementia issues later on. > I just looked into it some time ago when I got an Adderall script to make sure I wasn’t putting holes in my brain, and it sounded like the consensus is they’re relatively safe as long as you aren’t abusing them. There are risks, but you aren’t in big danger of psychosis or something if you are doing like 20mg-30mg of Adderall IR a day or something. Pretty low level recreational dose is considered like, 90mg of IR a day. Correct i think this is why i would encourage more research and more safer drugs that have the ability to be a stimulant similar to addaral or making another plant based that is safer as well.
>>7601 >alcohol sucks >tobacco sucks >coffee mediocre >weed good
>>7601 Still in Use >Tobacco >Ritalin I have adhd >Alcohol Used before >MDMA >LSD >Clonazepam >Alprazolam >Weed >Cocaine >Cough syrup(codeine and dxm) Two things I realized are that you should never mix benzos with alcohol and drugs are harmful for you. Self-medication fucking sucks
somewhere between 25-30 different substances >>>/b/2018
Do herbal supplements count for anything? I fore one like Saint John’s Wort and Melatonin’s good for sleep. But I used to love weed and vodka. It’s not that I decided to quit them but I don’t know if I really have the feeling for doing them anymore.

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Anonymous Comrade 10/13/2020 (Tue) 18:59:13 No. 17476 [Reply]
is picrel based despite being a lumpie? is everyone on the show a lumpie?
>>17476 M8, can you not use catalog and see the /TV/ thread that has discussion on the Sopranos? I think there is even a thread for it seperately
He's a piece of shit.
>>17476 >is picrel based despite being a lumpie? No he's not. He's a lumpenbourg piece of shit whose very existence coarsens the lives of everyone around him & in the community at large. >is everyone on the show a lumpie? Pretty much. The characters who aren't explicitly lumpen (ex. Carmella, the other mobsters' wives, AJ & Meadow, Janice, Livia) could be considered lumpen-by-proxy. Melfi is pretty much the only morally upstanding character on the show and even that's debatable.

Anonymous Comrade 10/23/2020 (Fri) 12:16:03 No. 17903 [Reply]
can someone please shop inosuke's head in the shaman/warrior on the anti colonial patch? im from latin america and getting started on anti colonial struggle,but I also love anime and dont know how to shop.
Try the OC thread

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Anonymous Comrade 05/13/2020 (Wed) 22:45:35 No. 9532 [Reply]
hypothetically we will get rid of rappers and all types of musicians who espouse bourgeois culture
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Can someone edit video related to be about the internet and how american companies ruined the internet?
>>9662 let's not pretend mainstream rap isn't about "rags to riches" opioid brains telling their life story about how they're so "happy" because they went from living in the favela to buying shit like gucci flip flops
>>9615 All Hail Old BO!
>>9532 Imagine complaining about braggadocio rap in 2020; how embarrassing.
>>17782 Cry more sagefag

Rebel: Korean Robin Hood Anonymous Comrade 10/19/2020 (Mon) 02:19:31 No. 17717 [Reply]
So netflix has added a bunch of korean shows, and I ended up watching this, apparently (very) loosely based on an historical figure. Basically a korean robin hood, but the serie is made with great patience, large build up, ample character developement (there are like 30 1h long episodes). You actually start with the father of robin hood (who is a very based prole character, and I dont wanna spoil it, but god is the climax satisfying with him). And HOLY FUCK did this gave me a fiery HATE for confucianism, what a pile of awful reactionary garbage. To think most of asia had fell prey to such bullshit is depressing. Fuck feudal societies man.

How to grow mushrooms for beginners Anonymous Comrade 10/16/2020 (Fri) 22:45:09 No. 17604 [Reply]
Trying to get the /hobby/ ball rolling I want to grow mushrooms. Does anybody have any tips? Or ways to start without buying a mass-manufactured kit?
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>>17670 Nice work Shaytan
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>>17671 The trick with mushrooms is understanding exactly why they like growing in the shade, away from the sun. Fungi are people too. They don't need vitamin D constantly like plants do, but instead they need water food and shelter. They get their water from rain dripping down trees, down house rooftops, morning dew from grass, residual moisture underneath dead leaves, and water in the ground. They get their food from decaying plant and animal life, and fertile soil/woodchips/dead leaves or trees is prime growth for them. They get shelter which prevents them from losing moisture - for example, they can't grow in sand, not because of the sunlight, but because it dries out from the sunlight. Sunlight on its own doesn't kill them, but drying them out does. They don't fruit when there's no rain or wind, which is why they grow after storms. Hence, covering them up too much actually stops them from fruiting even though the mycelium will continue to grow if there's nothing killing it. Mushrooms specifically exist to reproduce, so they don't show up unless they have a chance to reproduce - wind carries spores and water nourishes the spores. It's like how you can't get a boner unless there's some pussy or hole presenting itself to you. Unless you're a girl and then you can't really get wet unless you think something's gonna penetrate you. It's the same with shrooms.
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Anonymous Comrade 07/24/2020 (Fri) 03:40:36 No. 12600 [Reply]
thoughts on Mad Men? It is easily my favorite TV show of all time.
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Poor man The Sopranos
>>13480 It has no similarity to the Sopranos except by aesthetic, the Sopranos are a totally different subject.
>>12600 I felt the writers were a little too in love with Don, he's supposed to be this deeply flawed character living a paper thin life, but just about every episode gives him an opportunity for a grand gesture of forgiveness or charity. I guess his arc lacked weight to me because of how often he's shown to genuinely be the most well adjusted person in the room.
>>13972 Agreed. I like how they did my girl peggy at the end though, when Don let her step forward and take the wheel. Also is Draper wordfiltered here?
>>13972 That's kind of the point, he's a mostly good guy suffering from imposter syndrome, he's not the equivalent of a tony soprano type.

/occult/ Anonymous Comrade 09/09/2020 (Wed) 16:29:15 No. 15967 [Reply] [Last]
Share your knowledge, beliefs and opinions on the occult.
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>>17484 >great for furries because they love dragons Why did you remind me
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>>17498 It's part of the mass furry lust energy harvest. That's a joke but I like to tell people tings like that.
>>17484 >Dragon Rouge is great for metalheads who don't care or want to rape babies but sill want to be an edgy person who summons demons. Reminds me of something of a mate of mine told me about a mate of his who was in the same Chinese martial arts group. <He started training with a group in East London who do a lot of demon-summoning rituals. Since then his martial arts ability has really gone down. I suppose it's a trade-off. And if you're a musician playing metal (or anything) you have to have something to be inspired by. As well as be able to play.
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>>17484 >Dragon Rouge is great for metalheads who don't care or want to rape babies but sill want to be an edgy person who summons demons Something you're not going going to get in your local wiccan or Tarot readers group. The irony is, there was a similar Faustian spirit in early religions, like Gilgamesh's struggle with pic related, a kind of proto-Satan, <Enkidu here represents the voice of ordinary common sense, while the real hero has a different set of values, which mark him both for greatness and for tragedy. Foolhardy in the face of his companions' worldly anxieties, open and generous where others are suspicious and vengeful, he is also alert, in a way his companion is not, to larger meanings...At the moment of their crisis, Enkidu acts as the conventional folktale hero, whereas Gilgamesh, seeing more in Huwawa than simply "the adversary", would be merciful, aware of their mysterious kinship. Neil Forsyth, The Old Enemy: Satan & The Combat Myth
>>17575 Yeah there always was, Huwawwa is deep-tier, but obviously there are more famous adversaries like Set, Loki, etc. Set of course is a big deal in ToS, and although he is famous in modern times for being the dude who killed Osiris, he was also the defender of the celestial Barge. Loki was the cause of many of the problems for the Norse pantheon, but also gave them the boons of Sleipnir and helped Thor on his Giant-slaying quests.

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