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Postby 0amgine » Fri May 17, 2019 3:25 am

Does anyone ever wonder about how much bona fide yakuzi involvement the manga and anime industry have?.

Reappropriating pastry/cake decoration techniques for visual arts in an increasingly health conscious world.
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I forgot to mention a possible Udemy course before and fitness trainer appointments.
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Postby 0amgine » Sat May 18, 2019 6:33 pm

-~- ..reminder of a disappointing experience at a meditation retreat reading the transcript for a video about cult leaders..

The key to meditation is not looking at the time.

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If it's one idea, I might 'carry over' which I see in this drawing series but maybe not in others it's the idea of a 'picture place': transparent plastic used for school projector of the non-thin page kind.
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Postby 0amgine » Sun May 19, 2019 6:54 am

When you realize how part of the struggle to find employment is to not feel dismal regarding open positions. When you realize how 'half the battle' find employment is to not feel dismal regarding open positions.
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Postby 0amgine » Sun May 19, 2019 11:37 pm

Camus: I would rather live my life as if there is a God and die to find out there isn't, than live as if there isn't and die to find out that there is.

Me: I would rather live my life caring too much and find out I didn't have to, than to live life not caring-barely caring and die to find out out I had to.

When will you all f----g realize? =_= .
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Postby 0amgine » Tue May 21, 2019 2:05 am

When the (student(?)) at the anxiety clinic told me "..it's the human condition!. And as you get older you'll get better at it", I think to myself in hindsight the consistent, everlasting friction/incompatability to that is the fragility which comes with aging not the least when it comes to proneness to addiction.

If "repetition is organized despair" as Bruce Lee would say, how the h--- does anything improve? :| .
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Postby 0amgine » Tue May 21, 2019 3:46 pm

Feeling inclined to go through the 'Baki' manga series to draw certain facial expressions.

I like this article: https://www.cracked.com/article_26405_h ... verse.html

"The best learners allow themselves to make mistakes!"--brillant.org

but many mistakes can be fatal if not high risk (ex. operating machinery/learning to drive).
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Postby 0amgine » Thu May 23, 2019 1:01 am

The ‘four flavours’ of defying expectations: surprise,horror, disappointment and humour. More can be added.

When being an endogamist/having a 'not my (pheno)type attitude' was a reason for pornography addiction prevailing.

https://www.lynda.com/search?q=Will+Kemp

Hyper-Informationalism makes anything seem seductive to me.

Can you call something bad or good if it's performed by an amateur?.
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'Game of thrones' demonstrated how (taking having cues from historical fiction--GRR Martin's thing for the 'war of the roses') dense character development *can* be a done in the fantasy genre AND it's adaptations; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibg1-0gfwjI the whole thing is a metaphor for climate politics and the first novel was released in '96.

Now when it comes to going beyond 'white medevialism' can ppl be open to 'filling the void' with 'The broken earth' series being adapted?. Nora K. Jemisin is black.
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Postby 0amgine » Thu May 23, 2019 6:24 pm

~$170 HP printer on my mind.

If it weren't for my dad owing me $300, I might not be as confident to do this.

I can't even really remember the last time I purchased a printer (the mid 00's(?)). Many thankful years of access to school and library printers. Out of the former and meaning to be employed by the latter. With the latter, esp. if employed, I mean to have even less of a reason to go there b/c I am in the 'Phase ..' of my life where not only do I realize the importance of seperating 'professional from personal' life but b/c of those reminds of not always appealing experiences which makes me think the less reminds of social stagnation, my friendless self is surrounded the better for my mental health which might justify a/the price tag.

What worries me is having to interact with customer service tech support over the phone (coming from someone with the experience). I am not too sure if that was a part of printer maintenance during the mid-'00's--I was still a somewhat short-sighted kid in those days and I'm not too sure that the idea of tech support for responsible electronic up-keep might've sunk with me like it would now.
Ink or toner replacements still a pain?. The ~'instant ink' (?) program sounds appealing.
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Postby 0amgine » Fri May 24, 2019 3:05 am

As silly and unhealthy as it is to fixate attention on your mouth w/ something in your moth (ex.cigarette), part of the appeal/(visual) ‘coolness’ of smoking comes from the ‘drama and mystery’ of the smoke itself. I can imagine how in pre-colour media this was highlighted and an aesthetic focus (still is at times: think the ‘OMG’ music video by Usher) more often than the petty addiction w/a quasi-social element it is known for nowadays; pipes and cigars have ‘their decorum’ but I don’t mind if it stops w/vape-ware.

I can’t speak for tobacco use and such by Native ppl or marijuana advocacy.
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Postby 0amgine » Tue May 28, 2019 7:01 pm

Evidence based public policy.

The blooper reels for old, tedious European movies, which you might see under an 'art house' label like the Criterion collection.

Media

The surreal as become so common that I think we now need to focus on defining 'magical realism' more often.

Not hyper-realism, liquid modernity, postmodernism etc]

I laugh to think about how I wanted to read 'Hopscotch' in the original Spanish, at one point :lol: .
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