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  • 10:16
    Who's dead O.O
  • 10:17
    Someone is dead?
  • 10:17
    Most composers
  • 10:17
    You're a wonderful high-functioninh autist
  • 10:18
    Uh dude 7.5 billion ppl on earth. More composers than ever
  • 10:18
    Sigh
  • 10:19
    Quit trying to act like Plato's apostle
  • 10:19
    You stop acting like Jesus apostle
  • 10:19
    This composer's very much alive :)
  • 10:19
    Plato 424-347
  • 10:20
    The circles ideal design
  • 10:20
    The cave
  • 10:20
    I'm sorry I'm eating cheez-its
  • 10:20
    Idealism
  • 10:20
    White cheddar or gtfo
  • 10:20
    They make me want to fuck like an animal
  • 10:21
    I love that clio! Have it on a playlist
  • 10:21
    Even cerebrally
  • 10:21
    So skull fuck?
  • 10:21
    The physical world is founded on more than physical things but also an idea of something none materialistic, an idea or a consciousness. Idealism
  • 10:21
    Plato ♥️
  • 10:22
    Eek. Plato's cave.I had professional help with that shit and it's still confusing af.
  • 10:22
    I just don't get it :(
  • 10:22
    Aw now
  • 10:23
    If you put prisoners in a cave, they're tied down so that they only see the shadows on the walls
  • 10:23
    That would become their whole reality
  • 10:23
    Yeah gay idea tbh. Suited his needs because he needed perfect forms materially as the geometers could post proofs
  • 10:23
    So they'd make templates out of it and understand the world from it
  • 10:24
    The shadows would represent the reality outside
  • 10:24
    So unnecessary to me
  • 10:24
    Of course you can never know what reality is
  • 10:24
    But it wouldn't be the reality although it's not a lie or a fabrication per se, is just not accurate enough
  • 10:25
    You might be a video game character for aliens, Missy
  • 10:25
    Hmm?
  • 10:25
    Not that part. My prof went into 4 different planes according to Plato after that. To show that there was more than just what the average person would interpret from reading the cave analogy
  • 10:25
    That's really cool
  • 10:25
    Hold on Missy, they're trying to level you up
  • 10:26
    I wouldn't mind :)
  • 10:26
    Something about math being more perfect than one thing and something else being even more perfect than that
  • 10:26
    It’s a shame Plato can’t witness people jerking him off all these years later
  • 10:26
    Idk lol Idc anymore, either
  • 10:26
    Metaphysics is for wankers :P
  • 10:26
    So your point was nothing
  • 10:26
    Nice Clio
  • 10:27
    So you mean math is like the shadows of reality? Or that math is reality and we only see the shadows of it?
  • 10:27
    I told you. I didn't get it. So yeah, my point was nothing :P
  • 10:27
    Too bad, it's an interesting topic
  • 10:28
    Omg I've gone over this shit so many times with stoners
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TC in Tokyo

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    Holy shit 

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    Pls are you going to hit up Ōkunoshima?

    This is the island with all the rabbits 

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    Send nudes

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    Send pics of food POST PICS OF CHEESECAKE, RECORD VIDEO OF FOOD

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    Send everything*

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    Such a congested city.

    Don't stay there too long, it's expensive as hell.

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    But, especially the nudes. 

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    ^^^^^^

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    Tashirojima Island, you have to go. 

    It's cat island 

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    I’ve so far had a brief visit to Tokyo and a few days in Hokkaido for the snow festival. The sheer scale of some of the snow art was very intense, and projecting light shows onto them showed how ice makes an amazing white canvas for so much creativity. The ice art done with chainsaws has been pretty neat too, and all the warm alcoholic drink stands has made for a warm time (Hot Sangria is surprisingly good). 

     

    The food’s been weird for the most part and leaves me constantly feeling hungry, even when the active digestion tells me food is not a good idea. The sugars and butters they use have some sort of weird taste to it that I keep finding distracting, and my already near-starving frame seems to be getting even thinner from it. So far their beef and cheese have been super disappointing, but the seafood and chicken have been quite good. It’s somewhat disappointing to see how many of the food options are them trying to imitate other nations, poorly, but the same has been said by many about the US in return related to Asian food. 

     

    I love this place’s sense of graphic design, and I enjoy their residential layouts, their train system makes ours look like outdated trash, their fashion has some fusion with 80s stuff, and it’s otherwise interesting to see common roots in tech and ideas with such a strongly different foundation. Their fixation on mascots though is both cute and kinda strange, but I love how almost everything here is represented with cutesy faces on it like something out of Gumball on Cartoon Network. I hope to hit a Hello Kitty store during my time here at some point to see if they still have Batz Maru stuff. 

     

    Things have been a bit hazy at points from my wisdom tooth deciding to be a first time problem at the airport on my way here, so I’ve either been super out of it or pleasantly Ibuprofened, so on both accounts stuff’s been a little hazier than I’d like. 

     

    I think Japanese racism may be my favorite flavor of it. Being a Gaijin at points almost feels like having villainous super powers, and their way of going about racial intolerance is extremely subby. It’s like being surrounded by human shaped cats. It also has the artists and ex-travelers who break the mold seem that much more amazing, bold, and brave. 

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    Spatial Mind stated:

    Such a congested city.

    Don't stay there too long, it's expensive as hell.

    They make up for it with their amazing train system, and a lot of the food costs aren’t too different from home (unless it’s the uncommon stuff like cheese). The worst of it’s mostly been the prices of places to stay thanks to the festival. 

     

    Many of their places seem obscenely cramped from building everything small and squished in, but otherwise I like congested. There’s been so much room to people watch peripherally, and Japanese people apparently are the best drunks from how much they bottle up to that point.

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    Send picture now.

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    I’ll try to do so when it’s my next insomnia downtime. Laptop has been unusable from all the outlets here being two prong, so I’ve been stuck with mobile and tablet. 

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    While you're there we can prove the Earth is round. For example, it's night time here, while you have daylight, and surely there's only 1 sun.

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    You don't even need to travel that great of a distance to know about that, though.  Hell yeah, Pythagoras.

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    Crave stated:

    You don't even need to travel that great of a distance to know about that, though.  Hell yeah, Pythagoras.

     

    The civilization that built the Pyramids (not the Egyptians cause they have no idea how it's done.) Knew the Earth was round. THOUSANDS  of years before the Greeks. 

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    This certainly wasn't the first mention and I wasn't arguing that - It's a name that most recognize, though.

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    Fun fact, Pythagoras more than likely never existed. Instead "his" work was produced by a group of philosophers known as the Pythagoreans. They invented Pythagoras to give their philosophical group and ideas a greater origin and ideal to work towards.   

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    Flashy names are still useful.  Though that isn't very well known, the name is usually drilled into people's heads by Algebra II / Trig.

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