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1a3028f9 No.3687144

What are some hobbies you enjoy, lulz? I love listening to, and making, music. I'm slowly learning about vehicle maintenance, so far I can reasonably follow conversation between gearheads. I'm not a programmer, though I do enjoy messing around in Linux (currently using Mint again, now that it's Debian based). When the weather is nice, I'll go throw around the disk golf course. I am very bad at it, but its nice for fresh air and walking. Camping is nice too, but my equipment needs an inventory before use this season.

Do you watch movies, shows, anime? We can talk about those too.

f1f60ba7 No.3687145

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I tend to hyper focus on a single hobby and not really do others much. Atm my focus is Modded minecraft via Gregtech new horizons,

Its been fun learning some chemistry via it. Its interesting how much stuff carbon is in. And how useful salt is.

4bb7d9ed No.3687149

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I go hiking fairly regularly, but it's been a while since I played disk golf. I was good enough to regularly score par. But the course I played was unusually challenging. I threw an ace once.

I'm looking forward to watching Junji Ito Maniac: Japanese Tales of the Macabre. It's comes out tomorrow on Netflix.

fc404e2d No.3687190

huffin paint mostly. pretty good.

18d77175 No.3687193

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18d77175 No.3687194

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I'm basically just masturbating, playing with my dog and reading psychology books, with the occasional video game… not all at the same time.

18d77175 No.3687196

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I'm actually learning that basically no one knows shit about psychology. We are all just a mess of fucked up monkies who use tools and say words good.

Psychology is bs.

2c33c86c No.3687222

> furry
> not a programmer
nice joke

2c33c86c No.3687223

Do you play with your doggo if you know what I mean?

18d77175 No.3687239

I play with my doggo's bone if you know what I mean.

It squeaks and he gets super excited when I play with it.

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sometimes he likes to curl up in the bed and shove his bone in my face.

4412ede9 No.3687489

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I've also been slowly getting into cars and vehicles through the necessary maintenance I've had to do. Luckily I was referred by a friend to a mechanic who's actually honest, even if he's sometimes a little too eager to get my car back on the road, but at least he's not trying to milk me.

I used to think of cars as if they were appliances, but I have to admit that driving fast is a lot of fun and I've come to appreciate that there's a lot of neat stuff you can do with automobile machinery. It's cool that there's been a whole century of interesting, incremental improvements to design and engineering that brought race and performance features down into commuter cars. Not to mention all the many engine types, sizes, placements, and transfer styles that different manufacturers have tried out.

Makes me feel tempted to mod my vehicle for performance, even though I'd be better off modding for utility since it's a FWD SUV and I live in a cold country. And speaking of the cold, I've had problems with rats keeping warm on the engine in the winter after I get home from my commute and park; they leave chicken bones everywhere, shit all over my intake manifold, and have chewed the wires to my spark plugs more than once. Two years back they disabled 2/6 cylinders before I noticed so I had to carefully hobble the thing to the mechanic while it was essentially running on a V4. I haven't had more wire problems yet this year, but my steering pump started failing earlier this week and the engine is overdue for an oil change.

Is there any particular race style or league that you like?
What are 2-3 vehicles you'd like to try/own?

637e74db No.3687493

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World building fictional geo-mytherotocracy.

7a37b7b4 No.3687510

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One hobby of mine is yoga/stretching. Oww I got reminded of it today because of my back from last nights workouts. I've been trying to kick higher for one thing. I think it would be pretty cool to be able to lift my leg straight up to against my head.

I also work on hip/belly dancing. I like having really strong hips. And being able to move or bend in ways people wouldn't expect.

40770a48 No.3687555

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>Is there any particular race style or league that you like?
My main interest is off-roading. None of us among friends have fast cars. I have a cookie cutter Honda, not really interested in modding it. It is quick, but not fast. As far as motorcycles go, we like beat up Japanese bikes. If you're curious about motorcycles, you have to understand one thing: Before you set out, you have to be okay with dying, cause there is a chance that a teenager or Karen is texting and turns you into a streak of gore on the road. That's what current year riding is like.
>What are 2-3 vehicles you'd like to try/own?
It's funny that you posted that gen of Dodge Challenger, because that is my dream car. I would love to take it to the straight track and floor it. Just absolute fuck-you horsepower and a sexy sound to boot.
Classic car would be my second. Some kind of wagon from before they were neutered and became boring. Or an old Triumph like my dear ol' dad had back in the day.
Third? I'd like to test drive an old Chevette or Gremlin, really any old econobox. We're talking double digits horsepower, something just so obnoxiously slow. It would be fun just for laughs.

683a2559 No.3687830

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What's your routine? Any plans you follow? I follow parts of this guy's routine for undoing the damage of sitting:

I just need to work on consistency because I do this like every 2-3 days instead of every day. Over the last year I've also been learning to squat like a Slav, although not because of the meme shit (OK partially because of it ahaha) but because I learned that like half the world can squat while flat-footed but we just don't like the look of it over here in the west; we like people to get up off the floor. I don't see it as an eastern thing but really just unlocking my body's natural full range of motion.

I learned relatively recently that you're not supposed to use one limb to pull another into a stretch (like using your left arm to bend back your right wrist) because that won't help develop the muscle that opposes the one you're stretching. And if you're gonna use one limb to assist another, it shouldn't be anything greater than a sort of guiding pressure. Is that correct? It makes sense to me, and seems to explain a why people who stretch and do yoga just look so deliciously lean.

Do you have any long-term experience exercising you core? I hear it can take YEARS for real results.

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Cool! I chose that photo because the Challenger is probably my dream car, or at least one of them. What do you like about that generation in particular? I thought it might be the AWD, but it looks like that's still around, although only on some of the lowest trim levels. Full disclosure: I've never had the opportunity to drive one, in fact I've never even driven a front-engine-RWD vehicle, but the Challenger is the quintessential muscle car "look" and I love it for that. Its front fascia and wide, flat hood are iconic and I hope they never change them. I think the halo headlights recessed into the grill, like eyes peering out from beneath a hood (literally!) look fucking awesome.

I always thought it would be unconventionally cool to put a lift kit, offset rims, and some all-terrain tires on one and show up to conquer Hell's Gate in Moab, Utah in a damn Challenger (assuming AWD). I wonder if anybody has already done that? Somebody's at least thrown together concepts for an offroad version.

275d0b20 No.3688085

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275d0b20 No.3688086

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I'll answer this later. :)

0f776c93 No.3688129

Being oblivious to kids and not caring about kids at all ever. Pretty much as fun as it gets for me.

2320d763 No.3688141

>What are some hobbies you enjoy, lulz?

You lost me at "enjoy".

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