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 No.537[Reply]

Welcome to Spring,

The season of rebirth and virility.
As the layers of ice melt it reveals a time forgotten.
Migratory flocks embrace their old homes.

This season spring ends on Sunday, June 20.
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 No.730

Could name it /ki/季

 No.731

The only things that come to mind are equinox and solstice since they're purely position around the sun and not anything to do with the earth's tilt

 No.747

April, May, June too far




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 No.792[Reply]

Is this desert?

 No.793

No, but at least it isn't plains

 No.794

>>793
STOP

 No.795

>>793
thank goodness for that




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 No.786[Reply]

it's snowing outside and snow is piling up
winter is not over!
revert it back to /win/ NOW

 No.787

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It might drop below freezing here this week. I'm glad I didn't do any planting yet, but what the hell is going on lately?
The future climate does not bode very well for humanity

 No.788

>>787
Hope the sun randomly goes into a deep, long-lasting solar minimum and the climate just mellows out and perpetually stays in a cool Spring-like temperature forever.

 No.790

>>787
the future climate is changing in favor of NEETs

 No.791

>>790
Just as planned




 No.789[Reply]

I wanna EAT



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 No.767[Reply]

felt like i didn't get enough fats today so i threw some butter and penut butter onto rice and made a boring looking rice pudding with no extra sugar
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 No.781

I generally just use rice to complement spicy stuff like curry.

 No.782

>>779
I made a fruit curry once. I had it for dinner but it would probably work for dessert too.

 No.783

>>774
I like rice, or tolerate it I guess, but there's no way around it looking really boring. It's a bunch of soft, little rectangles without any notable properties.
I still need to learn how to make uhh... Mexican rice or whatever they call it. The stuff they serve with tacos and refried beans. It tastes pretty decent

 No.784

>>780
That's not dessert though. It's like eating American deep fried chicken. You wouldn't eat chicken after dinner

 No.785

>>783
Damn now I'm in the mood for a burrito...




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 No.752[Reply]

These things are impossible to make
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 No.757

the potato is the worst part so yeah you're gonna feel like shit eating that

 No.762

God, I love hash browns. I could easily live on them if it were possible.
>>755
Might buy a sack of potatos I next go shopping so I can try to make these

 No.764

>>757
they're high starch but they have nutrients to them

 No.765

>>755
Think I understand why I fucked up my first time trying to make these now, didn't do any of that potato cleaning/drying part.

 No.766

such an EASY junk food




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Will NEETs ever see their deserved coronabux? How bad IS the virus for young people? Are China's numbers to be trusted? With India's slums hit, will the death rate will climb to heights never imagined? Find out on the next exciting episode of Quarantine Z
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>>590
Same, it's crazy. Somehow in a time where people were supposed to be united together I ended up loathing my fellow man even more than before quarantine started!

 No.750

Got the All-in-one vaccine today. Glad it's out of the way, but gotta say it's a pretty painful shot. Not sure whether it's more or less painful than Tetanus

 No.759

>>750
Tetanus sucks, feels like someone punched your arm real hard.
Worst I ever got was yellow fever though, felt like ass for two weeks.

 No.760

My yellow fever never cured.

 No.761

does yellow fever include SHABs?




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 No.756[Reply]

There are examples of symbiosis out there that are pretty trippy.

Like these spiders who keep itty bitty frogs around to safeguards their eggs from smaller insects.
Then there's ants planting fungi in their colonies, feeding them and later reaping the crops. They also feed off the secretions of other insects, so they protect them and sometimes even massage them to get more secretions. Certain species of ant have workers specialized in doing this alone, corralling them and all.
Really, ants are amazing. Some of them raid rival colonies and enslave workers.

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>>756
Ants are even better at forming civilizations than humans are. Did you know that there's a global society of argentine ants?

 No.763

>>758
Muthafuggas even got graveyards n shit.




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 No.748[Reply]

haru, uzuki
my heart was full of hope

 No.751

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キタ━━━(゚∀゚)━━━!!




 No.749[Reply]

Things I would not post on /qa/



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 No.743[Reply]

I'm getting sugar withdrawl guys

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa



 No.742[Reply]

Boson



 No.738[Reply]

mumble mumble buisness mumble mumble money

 No.739

love money

 No.740

who needs money when you know how to get connections

 No.741

>>740
although i guess connections are just another way to do money




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 No.732[Reply]

Fish heads are gross

 No.733


 No.734

Are you making a broth? I think taking gross things and reducing them to a flavored liquid seems like a cooking method I can get behind

 No.735

yeah, was a broth, turned out pretty nice and used up the useless parts of the fish

 No.736

Can broths be frozen? I wonder if you could keep a batch of it in the freezer for microwaving stuff or something... hmmmm

 No.737

uh well... it would be like freezing a can of soup. Doing it like this you're basically making the liquid of a can of soup. I've never tried it since I make it for the day I eat it.




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 No.687[Reply]

Oh lovable cable companies, I can only hope a friendly jetplane finds its way into their headquarters.

https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2021/03/att-lobbies-against-nationwide-fiber-says-10mbps-uploads-are-good-enough/
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 No.701

>>697
Good enough still is not good. There's also no reason a wealthy country like the US should have such low speeds.

 No.702

>>701
It is good. Anything further is just decadent.

And the US has other problems, they should be worrying about the out of control virus, the mobs burning down buildings and storming parliament and the fact that they don;t even have the metric system yet. It's still a developing nation at this point, you should not expect so much from them.

 No.704

>>702
I'll have you know metric actually already is the de jure measurement system in the US. US customary units are just used out of tradition. As far as the government, industry, and academia are concerned, the US already is a metric country and has been for a long time now. Some of the public, particularly the older generation may not understand it, but everyone who went to school post-Carter administration had to learn the metric system so most people have at least a passing understanding of both.

>It's still a developing nation at this point

That's a little dramatic, but that certainly does apply to some places in the rural South like Louisiana, and arguably some of the territories.

 No.726

>>704
It applies to the whole country.

 No.727

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Man, it's nice to have a government again.
The ISP monopolies really need some trust bustin' as the derivatives of Bell have again grown too big. They've carved out their own territories and have deals to not compete against each other, which the article mentioned for a sentence.




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