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constant deja vu Anonymous 4806[Reply]

this has kind of always been happening but for the past year, it's gotten much worse. i use a lot of imageboards, and every time i find a new site i like, i feel like i've been there before. i know this seems like a statement about chan boards being the same, but that's not what i'm saying. even the posts are the same.
whenever i go to the store, it feels like i see the same people, in the same sections, buying the same thing.
does anyone else experience this? it feels like i'm in a loop
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Anonymous 5222

i miss having deja vu. i used to get it pretty frequently and its such an interesting and exciting feeling. i get deja reve more often now, where my dreams are so realistic that in waking hours im convinced of something that inly happened in a dream. or maybe something that i believe strongly to have happened in real life, yet cannot remember clearly. i used to get deja vu more when i was smoking less weed so maybe ill take a t break to post in thread

Anonymous 5234

get checked for epilepsy! this is a very common symptom of temporal lobe epilepsy

Anonymous 5235

>>5234
Yeah, my mum has epilepsy and would would feel deja vu during it but jamais vu after.

Anonymous 5249

I always have deja vu around the time something really important happens to me. Like when I make some huge development in my writing. Suddenly I've seen this snippet of whatevers in front of me before. It's like remembering you've seen everything that's going to happen in your life, already. The same way you 'know' when you get hunches, or get a premonition

Anonymous 5791

I try and put date and times and a short description of dejavu incidents onto my colornotes app.
trying to find a pattern as to why dejavu happens is interesting

I wonder if the Mandela effect is a part of dejavu…



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Anonymous 5467[Reply]

I'm hurting the people around me by my negative thoughts.
I have thought of bad things happening to me and they happen to people around me not long after, i have caused chronic illness, strokes, and death of family members to people around me by thinking these things upon myself but it deflects and hits other people to teach me that I shouldn't think of these things either by worrying about getting them or wishing for them.
I feel guilty because these people get the exact same illness I worry about getting, the stroke caused a relative of mine to lose ability to speak and had to relearn with difficulty after I had fantasized about becoming mute, my friend's dad died after I had wished mine would, another got cancer, and another got penumia after I had worried about having it.. and many other instances I can't recall right now that can't be just coincidences.
I want to stop this, I want to stop having negative thoughts because I feel terrible about putting people in these situations because of me.

Anonymous 5468

Lol, I bet you really hate thinking you have unprecedented and impossible supernatural abilities. Don't convince yourself you're some vengeful goddess. If it was happening, how is it happening? What exactly are you doing to "cause" these things?
You don't need to do anything because you aren't doing anything. Sounds like you could do with counselling to deal with grief, and also for guilt.

Anonymous 5790

Vanilla sky was a decent movie
It needs tits tho



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Most retarded conspiracy you believe in! Anonymous 4991[Reply]

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Anonymous 5508

bill gates started the "bill gate microchips in vaccines" thing himself to distract people from his links with epstein and his divorce

Anonymous 5519

>>4991
Russia has a meme with an annoying song about September 3rd that started some years ago. Coincidentally, this is also the day of commemorating this https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beslan_school_siege
I believe that Russian glowies might have helped popularize this song to distract from Beslan tragedy and the criticism of the Russian government

Anonymous 5521


Anonymous 5567

The Texas school shooting was a hoax, and no one died. It is truly sandy hook 2.0. Just a distraction from the covid vaccine deaths and crimes against humanity just like the Ukraine Russia "war". Also before anyone makes it about gun control, it isn't. That's just a distraction too. Except no one realizes this and would rather believe in "false flag mk ultra shooter" or "evil mentally ill kid". So I guess this belongs in the retarded conspiracy thread since that's what everyone else thinks.

Anonymous 5789

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[cow]glow glow glowie[/cow]

Sus that it's glowing? Wat do?

>Cut the monitors

>shill less
>Don't be a faggot

Easy, ain't it anon

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What are the darkest thoughts you have? Anonymous 5684[Reply]

Tell CC what you can't tell anybody else.
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Anonymous 5745

>>5744
yeah you're definitely on a few lists now

Anonymous 5750

>>5745
Be real, the only people lurking this site besides us are terminally online mentally ill incels. There is 0 chance the feds are gonna give a crap about some smalltime women's imageboard.

Anonymous 5778

There's this 10-12 year old boy that lives next to my bf. I hate that little shit, which is an achievement because I normally like kids.
I often think to myself how easy it'd be to kidnap him. Possibly torture him, but definitely kill him. Like, his parents are never looking after him so I could just snatch him and get rid of the pest. Everything I've learned about witchcraft says that blood sacrifices are wrong and unnecessary, but I've fantasized about offering his blood and flesh to pagan gods. Again, this is super weird because I like kids. Hell, I've considered becoming a kindergarten teacher.
Also, often when I see people carrying babies I have the worst anxiety inducing thoughts. For example, I imagine an active shooter killing the mother through the baby or a car plowing through them. I have to emphasize that I take no pleasure in these very intrusive thoughts and more than once they've made me cry. I think this comes from an old recurring nightmare I had when I was little where a madman cannibal escapes an asylum and as people flee his rampage a mom throws her baby at him to escape.

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Anonymous 5788

>>5778
Uh… this thread was a bad idea



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Tech Paranoia Anonymous 5369[Reply]

It probably seems hypocritical but I’m someone who is online nearly 24/7 but extremely paranoid about things such as online tracking, social media using my data, etc. I only have Discord because all my friends do but I fucking hate it because there’s practically no privacy. I want to get more secure and private online but I don’t know where to start. Are college classes good at all or run by feds?
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Anonymous 5598

>>5384
VPN, duckduckgo, etc etc is all how technologically illiterate yet privacy concerned boomers make themselves feel better, they do very little when the services you use and your phone's OS gather that data anyways.
I once met a woman who put a bandaid over her microphone yet kept her location on to play pokemon go, lmao(not that turning it off actually hides you anyways)
Once me and my LDR bf move on together I won't need a spyphone anymore, either for keeping in touch with him or entertainment, and I'll get rid of it.

Anonymous 5604

reading through this thread and reading the guides… im having trouble even understanding the basics of this stuff. how do i know these guides are legit when i don't have tech smarts? where do i even start? there's so much i would have to change, my browser, my computer os, my chat client, my email. im curious but so overwhelmed, i dont know how you guys know so much about computers and computer privacy.

Anonymous 5646

>>5376
If you're using consumer VPN I'd bet a lot of money on it being a honeypot. Especially the ones with suspiciously large amounts of budgeted ad-time. Good for hiding from your ISP and nothing else.
>>5604
The low effort solution to data privacy is to just not use the internet for anything private. Having a low profile is a better defense than high profile + loads of security effort. Don't use socmedia & don't download anything off of the internet and you're less at-risk than most of us.
>>5593
Hardware-level backdoor in over the counter phones regardless of make. Manufacturers were quietly began to install after the FBI got demickey so don't put anything important / illegal on a smart phone. Not sure why you'd want to anyhow.

Anonymous 5785

>>5382
It's an issue if you're wanted for a crime, but for general privacy, it's a good help. Google won't subpoena your logs to get ad data.
>>5379
Discord kind of worries me: no privacy at all, they own anything posted.

Anonymous 5787

I used to be tech paranoid before but honestly i don’t see a point in that anymore. We’re all fucked so who gives a shit? Everyone allows access to their locations and their data and everything. Millions of people. I am not paranoid about it anymore. Honestly the way i look at tech paranoia is either someone who is genuinely paranoid which is someone i’d rather avoid or a criminal that i would also rather avoid. This is the new world order, s. Embrace it 666



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The belief that when someones dies they "go to a better place" Anonymous 5728[Reply]

So this has been on my mind for weeks now, and I'm wondering what exactly the implications for this saying is. For religious people especially, there's the notion that when someone dies they go to heaven where everything is better and there's no more pain. Even some non-religious people have this idea that you at least gain a sense of peace and "ascend" to a higher, better place. And I've just been wondering, if such a god or creator or whatever exists, why the hell did they make Earth rife with suffering that only through death can you be at peace? Like what about the rest of us living people, do we not deserve happiness too? Why do we have to die in order to go to this so called better place?
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Anonymous 5747

>>5738
>Scientific advancements and discoveries is kind of held in high regards.
So they can find some obscure line in the qu'ran that is vaguely similar and then use that to justify the qu'ran being the word of god.

Anonymous 5748

>>5737
>Like i said, living as it is here on earth is not a priority or precious to religious folk because heaven is the ultimate goal.
that's not quite right either. while certainly it's not quite as good as what comes after, life as it currently is still possesses some genuine worth since it holds much of what's to come after (albeit buried under a mountain of issues). the spiritual joys, for lack of a better term, are still present in the current life and are merely obscured, with the new heaven and new earth being a promise of refinement of existence.
>i might get the specifics wrong and every individual delusional religionfag has their own feelings about their doctrines but they all believe there is a better place is my point. Implying that this is not a good enough place.
sorry, i misunderstood, i thought what you were trying to say was that all Abrahamic religions viewed life and physical existence as a burden in of itself, and sought to be rid of it. It's a rather common accusation, and while i can't say for certain about other Abrahamic religions, it is rather unfounded in the case of Christianity, since it has an explicit hope for a second period of being clothed in flesh, except with all of the kinks ironed-out so to speak.
>Also why would there be hell or heaven if its all gonna be fixed?
like i said in my first post, they're supposed to be waiting rooms of a sort, which they'll come out of on judgement day.

Anonymous 5749

>>5737
>i might get the specifics wrong and every individual delusional religionfag has their own feelings about their doctrines but they all believe there is a better place is my point.
Generally they believe there's a worse and a better place. Your framework makes sense only if you complete close out the concept of hell.

Yes, you are correct, if everyone alive was blanket guaranteed to go to heaven then life is just shitty heaven, is directly inferior, and doesn't do anything. What causes the general distinction is the concept that being alive is a sorting procedure that then decides where you go. A "test" as it were. I'm certain there are some beliefs that have only one post-life termination point, but your mis-characterizing vast amounts of the world's religions if you ignore the concept of hell.

Anonymous 5783

If you're talking about suffering inflicted by other people, God gave us freewill to do what we chose, so people have the option to inflict suffering if they want. Evil is the absence of good.

Anonymous 5784

>>5749
I’m not ignoring it kek it was just not part of OP’s question so i was addressing the better place part. I don’t really care for mischaracterization so i lump all these religions together because at their core, all of them are about control power and faggotry among other things.



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Bigfoot/sasquatch Anonymous 5764[Reply]

What are bigfoot/sasquatch/yetis/yowies/yeren?

A.) The missing link?
B.) An extant species of great ape?
C.) Interdimensional energy beings?
D.) None of the above?
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Anonymous 5768

why does bigfoot always know exactly where the camera is to look straight at it and always makes that weird “walk like an egyptian” pose and never gets motion blur.

Anonymous 5769

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>>5768
I know you're joking, but The iconic image of a bigfoot caught mid-stride while looking at the camera comes from a frame captured by Roger Patterson and Bob Gimlin in 1967. The story behind the Patterson-Gimlin Film is pretty interesting – Patterson was obviously in on the hoax, while his friend, Gimlin, had no idea what they were going to encounter in the woods that day.

One thing I think is hilarious about the Patterson-Gimlin film is that I've seen dozens of analyses focusing on the actor's walk cycle, and how realistic their arm and leg movements are… and absolutely zero questioning why the creature's boobs (as this is supposed to be a female bigfoot) are bolted to its chest and hard as concrete. Like, if this was a real mammal with boobs of that size those things would be swinging. Nevermind that there are very few (if any? that I know of) female mammals that have thick hair completely covering their nipples.

Anonymous 5771

>>5769
>bolted to its chest and hard as concrete
kek i can't unsee that now

Anonymous 5776

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The weird thing about squatchers is how many of them seem to totally want to fuck the bigfoot.

Just listen to moids talk about female bigfeet and how they "go into heat" and have powerful "musk" on their podcasts. All Gas No Brakes has an episode where a guy buys gorilla menstrual fluids to try to attract a Bigfoot.

Moids can't enjoy anything without wanting to fuck it.

Anonymous 5782

>>5776
>a guy buys gorilla menstrual fluids to try to attract a Bigfoot.
KEK, what a sentence



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Female Creep Thread Anonymous 2475[Reply]

Has anyone else here just done unabashedly creepy things in their life?
Recently, I saw a really cute guy in one of my Zoom classes, and I feel guilty, but I took a bunch of screenshots of him. Every moment felt like something that needed to be captured and collected. Him holding a cup, standing up, turning to the side, closing his eyes. He looked like a painting or something. The more I think about it, the more I realise that wasn’t a socially acceptable thing to do.
I feel like I should delete them all out of common decency, but then they’re gone forever, and it’s not like I intend to doxx him or anything. Plus, the Zoom itself was recorded, so he might be shown there, anyway. I still feel wrong for doing it at all, though. I know I wouldn’t want to be recorded or screenshotted. Am I the only one like this?
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Anonymous 5743

>>5741
Awww. How did he find out?

Anonymous 5758

>>5743
I think he noticed me following him repeatedly.

Anonymous 5767

>>5758
He should've been honored

Anonymous 5777

>>5758
How did u follow him lol? Did u go to the same college or something?

Anonymous 5780

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>cute guy pats me on the shoulder at an event
>keep thinking about it
>the moment happened to be caught on camera in the background on some rando's instagram story
>download it and keep rewatching



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Anonymous 5763[Reply]

Selenite makes my hands dry out when I touch it. Is this normal?

Anonymous 5766

why are you touching it with wet hands



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Anonymous 3459[Reply]

I literally constantly think. I can genuinely imagine massive stories and scenarios vividly, all while simply walking to the bus stop. I often am completely detached from reality, other than simply walking/staring because i am fantasizing something. I constantly think about the inner workings of stuff. For example if i see a car i start thinking of how it's engines work, if i see a musket on a parade i start thinking of it's mechanisms.
Often while i imagine an apple i can kinda taste it? Idk how to explain.
I've been told it's because i am autistic, but i always thought everyone was capable of this.
I randomly went on 4chan's /x/ when i saw this thread discussing it. Someone mentioned seeing the "static", and i instantly knew what they were talking about.
So i was wondering. Am i the weird one or can the majority of people do these things?
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Anonymous 5717

>>5294
That's fine because it's not an actual recognized illness.

Anonymous 5759

I'm very jealous of op. I don't think at all, just block my thoughts with media.

Anonymous 5760

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>>5759
I used to be different.

Anonymous 5761

>>5294
D-did you know that having an imagination makes you dysfunctional?
Shh shh, quiet thoughts, take this speed for you "ADHD"…
…And r*dditors who like to think they're special with self DX themselves as being this fake illness to feel special.
Social media is all about perpetuating the mental illness and neurodivergence lie, whatdya think tiktok was made for? Its all so you go to a psychiatrist to get meds for your nonexistent illness to keep you from doing something about the shit world that is causing your problems.

Anonymous 5762

>>5761
In defense of this, female autism and similar issues have become a lot more widely understood because of the internet and sites like reddit. There's obviously some stupid people but there's that in every community.

I do agree about people being over medicated though. I think strategies to overcome issues should be prioritized and medication seen as a last resort.



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