1 Name: Anonymage : 2017-12-13 00:06 [Del]

When I get my moments of free time, I usually spend it by taking care of myself - a shower, then plenty of food, dessert and then just laying down doing nothing. No video games, no books, no television, just nothing - sleeping, thinking and just staring up at my roof behind head over heels happy because I have nothing to do.

Does anyone take solace in this feeling of no obligations? The feeling that you've got nothing to do to nobody, and that it's fine? Good, even? I get that every day, and I'm addicted to this feeling. I've taken a day off today from my studies just gazing, listening to the home breathing - the cats scurrying about, the winds thrashing the house and watching the trees from my window wave back, likewise happy in their silent vigil. A truly comfy feeling

2 Name: Anonymage : 2017-12-14 03:09 [Del]

I sometimes find myself chasing obsessions simply because I lack one. Then when I find something, usually something ridiculous like drawing, writing, etc, I immerse myself completely to the point that when I'm not actively doing that thing, I'm at least thinking about it. After a couple months the obsession cools off, and I don't really want to do it anymore.

The best feeling in the world is the day after you give up. You wake up, and you've got nothing to do. It's just quiet, no guilty feels of neglecting anything, no anxiety about skipping a day, just nothing. When that happens, the walk up to the coffee machine is a different sort. It's like waking up warm and cozy on a day where it's snowing outside, but it's entirely emotional. Would that I could bottle it up.

3 Name: Anonymage : 2017-12-14 07:10 [Del]

That's my final goal, anonymage - to give up. I am planning to save up money, and when I have enough to retire - I'll drop everything.

4 Name: Anonymage : 2017-12-14 07:10 [Del]

Sounds comfy.

5 Name: Anonymage : 2017-12-15 05:35 [Del]

I'm a chick.

6 Name: Anonymage : 2017-12-18 09:19 [Del]


Oh, didn't know a chicken could type in English. Cool!

7 Name: Anonymage : 2017-12-18 09:19 [Del]


Oh, didn't know a chicken could type in English. Cool!

8 Name: Anonymage : 2017-12-21 14:12 [Del]

I find it easier to view anime screenshots on my smartphone while sitting in silence than doing it on my laptop while laying/sitting in silence. Arms being on the pillow and wooden railing of the sofa near the armchair is not the main reason for it.

I am a table.

Botchamania clap-clap-clap.

9 Name: Anonymage : 2018-01-11 01:55 [Del]

Solace in nothing is ZEN.

10 Name: Anonymage : 2018-01-13 15:35 [Del]


Fuck off succubi. Your kind isn't welcome here.

11 Name: Anonymage : 2019-10-15 00:12 [Del]

Nazis think the past was wonderful and the future is terrible.

Commies think the past was terrible and the future is wonderful.

One reason free speech websites become havens for Fascists is because Communism cannot survive without censorship.

12 Name: Anonymage : 2019-10-15 00:24 [Del]

Dark times are coming.

Americans seem to be dealing with the US collapse by having cognitive dissonance. Watching Americans use mental gymnastics to explain their hypocrisy and narratives is difficult to watch.

The very same Americans who scream Obama was an evil monster for embracing wars, debt, and tyranny then turn around and insist Trump is a holy god for supporting wars, debt, and the police state.

Nazis who insist they love freedom then swear unconstitutional NSA wiretapping is just fine.

Americans say that they love free speech, but then become batshit insane when anyone suggests flag burning and protests should legal.

Americans who scream that they love the free market say the US needs a trade war.

Fascists who insist that they love gun rights say they would immediately surrender their firearms when Trump bans guns because Muslims are dangerous.

Nazis love when the Gestapo arrests niggers for wearing baggy pants, but Fascists are shocked when the Gestapo arrests racists for using hate speech.

Americans also seem to be dealing with the collapse by changing history to meet their point of view.

Americans either say the USA was always a police state or is the most free country in the world. No one says the US used to have freedom, but lost it.

Americans insist that the US always had seatbelt checkpoints and food stamps.

Racists scream that the US never had negroes before today.

Nazis and Commies scream no one died during WWII.

Nazis say that the Jews started the Revolutionary War to divide up white people, but even if the UK and the US were united now the USA and the UK would still be Socialist shitholes with fags and illegal immigrants.

As the US declines, Americans will need to chose what roles they will play.

Will you be one of the enemy globalists who is destroying the USA?

Will you be a traitor who is trying to become one of the elites by giving campaign donations to politicians so you can get a bailout, subsidy, or grant to start a business?

Will you be a traitor who becomes a puppet for the elites as a politician, reporter, actor, government worker, soldier, or joins the Gestapo?

Will you be a coward who keeps your head down, works, and pays taxes that fund wars, debt, and tyranny?

Will you dropout and become dependent on government welfare?

Will you be a hero and risk being arrested or killed to become a dissident educating others on freedom and how to resist or fight the elites by firing on checkpoints and flying planes into government buildings?

Will you dropout and buy a sailboat or travel the world as a nameless and stateless nomad?

Will you dropout and start a commune or join a monastery?

Those who are able, do what they can.

Those who can't, do what they must.

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