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- Basically I'mean getting that he is insecure about his penose …
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- The women will come when the money does. Put your nose to the …
Robot remembers the good...
thanks a ton. I won't be online much anymore because of unforseen circumstances, but I'll take your advice to heart. I actually run a job right now at a local antique shop.
- I mean... did you talk about it with her? Because the differen…
/fit/izen goes to a party
- Well not necessarily. Technically if the clock changed in this…
No I don't believe so. If the clock suddenly changed to 30 seconds, it would be a consequence of you changing timelines due to it's influence on your past and current timeline,
Or someone else reacting to the clock, or another variable that is paradoxically outside yet in the influence of timelines (much like the diaries in Future Diary)
so it could change once once again if you react to it's influence once again.
But if it constantly updated to you reacting to it's influence, it may constantly adjust, and in current/near life and death situations, it could spiral out of comprehensive convenience, becoming more of a worrisome burden when it matters the most. But if it strictly updated to the current timeline every 10 seconds (or some other set time), it could be more comprehensible if used intelligently, but still a burden in my opinion.
I for one am glad I don't need to worry about such. Though I feel paranoid at times and wonder if this up-beat hearth rythem is gonna lead to a heart-attack or this sharp headace is gonna turn up to be a tumor and I would love the reassurance there and then, I think it would worry me far more in the long game and possibly be the cause that kills me in the end, if not kill: then leaving me void at the end of my life looking back and regretting every chance I didn't take or every minute I worried instead of focusing on the more positive
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Socialize more, and you may see a subsiding effect on your daily paranoia.
What the fuck even is that video?
Easier said than done. Having social anxiety, clinical depression
Diagnosed might I add
and low self-esteem kinda acts like a blockade on that front.
But hey, thanks for the advice: an over-all good advice
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Did I say look at me?
I thought that's what they want u to call them
in the us army that is what they want you to call them.
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SHIA GETS BTFO BY /pol/
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- Same either way for me tbh
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