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Nen Refugee Thread Please be kind and welcoming to nen friends!



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 No.430[Reply]

Welcome to Winter,

Crystalline water aggregates form pretty structures that make the ground reflect all light wavelengths,
Burning organic mater in stone enclosures provides an exothermic reaction raising body temperatures,
Confectioneries made primarily out of sugar have an appealing taste !

This year, Winter ends on March 20th.
Sister board: >>>/xmas/
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Oh yeah, and this broad

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As a reminder, on Sunday /win/ will be closing and /spg/ will be opening. If you have any wintery things to say do it now or hold your peace until December.
(with apologies to the Southern hemisphere)




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If you don't want to make a thread for a video, you can put it here
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>>1425
sleep tight, lizzer

 No.1430

These videos are pretty cool, but the heights scare me.

 No.1431

weatherman... ;_;

 No.1438

PENTAX

 No.1439

Saw about this guy a while ago. He's been making his own boat from scratch, apparently for 14 years now, and he just finished and was able to launch it.




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 No.412[Reply][Last50 Posts]

A thread for interesting or cool news, especially if it's full of /win/
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Version 100 of these popular browsers may break many sites possibly legacy ones like a mini Y2K

https://www.arnnet.com.au/article/695448/firefox-chrome-century-version-bug-like-y2k-all-over-again/

 No.1432

The opposite of cool, there's a massive fire at a Wal-Mart distribution center in Indiana. People are told to stay indoors because it's a bunch of plastic Chinese crap and you really don't want to breath that in

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>>1432
and it's on radar

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>>1435
Black holes are the Demiurge's many cosmical assholes, I knew it.




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Providing a home to all the lost, carefree thoughts you might have.
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 No.1305

sometimes I put my bluetooth headphones on and wear them for half an hour or more without realizing I need to turn them on because I haven't tried listening to anything.

 No.1404

I find it weird that people associate postironic humor with gen-z. I've always seen it more as an edgy right-wing millennial thing. A lot of it came out of trolls in the late 2000s and early 2010s (Sam Hyde is probably the most famous example) before spreading elsewhere.

 No.1412

I wonder why some Japanese porn artists go out of their way to censor more than the bare minimum that is required to avoid getting caught by the m*nko police.

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Sometimes I dislike having the memory of an elephant because I will always remember the inconsequential stuff that annoys me no matter what.

 No.1434

Cats do this thing where they seemingly state at nothing. What do they see?




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Khajit does not find your posting impressive, Human.

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I can already walk on two legs, gentlemen.
Dewclaws are very weird, they seem entirely vestigial

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Stage 3: A̶̧̧̡̡̛͍͍̫͉̤͖̗͎͉͚̺̬̞̝̩̘̱̳̹̗̮̗͖̥̘͇̤̞̱̱̭̯̝͔̭̺͖͇͓̜͉͈͓̙͇̟͓͑́͋̾̋̽̊̐̏͗́̆͛̾̎̃̋͋̎͑̽̃̈́̆͂͋̊͛̽̄͐͋͐͆̐̏̾̽̏͂͊͊̏̐̉͐͆͒͗͐́͒̈͌̎̃͘̚͜͜͜͜͝͠͝ͅͅͅͅͅA̷̡̧̡̧̨̡̢̢̢̢̡̢̢̢̧̢̨̨̢̧̨̡̗̙̗̹̜̰͕͍̠͙̥̝̺͔̝͇̝͖͚̙̼͕̫̣͈̖̻͔̘̲̦̥̫̻̱̮͎̞̲̞̱̰̤͎͖͚̠̩͔̱͈̞̞̼̲̖͉̮̬̱̯̰̹͓̺̭͍̲̮̭̣͓̣͍̯̟̬͓̤͔̲͓̱̻͎̣̦̬̥̞̞̰̺̙̱͚͔̫̦̯̩͕̖̯̤̟̠͉͙̗̞͖̬̟̱̪͖̞̤̹̪̖̘̰̤̞͖͕̗̱̤͈̫͔͉̻̫͖̤̹̤̺̺̳͓̻͚͖̯̗̗̣̳͖̺̬͕͚͓̫̖̰͙̤͈̱̺͉̭̫̠̝͙̳̲̱̩̝̳͕̣̭̟͔̞̤̬͈̳̪̺̪̹̦̭̭̜̙͚̩͓̳̻̫͕̠͔̦͙̮͚̯̭̖͕̟̻͍͙̭̟͔̰̤͙̜̮̮͙̼̩̰̝̺͍͆̈͐͋͐̔͌̈́̐̌̓̓̓̾̉̆͂̄̒̀̉̍́̈̍͆̈́́͑̑̇̕̕͜͜͜͜͜͠͝ͅͅͅͅͅA̶̡̧̧̨̡̨̨̨̧̛̛̛̛͎͈̟̮̙̟̖͖̜̹̝̺̦̰̦̹̫̟̹̟͙͎͕̙͔̘̝͎̞̪͍͚̼̺̩̬̺̹̬̞̠̳͖͔̖͙͈̩̺̰̺͖̓̑̈́̍̂̈́̀́̌̓͗̔̓͂͂͊͋́͒̈́̇͆̊̍̔̑̽́̆̐̊̊̑͐͒̂̄͂͒̈́̊̀̐̓͐̈͒̈́͌̀͊́̆͂͋̄̇́̒̅̐̈́͒́̍͛͋͐̌͗̿̊̊̐̈́͑̽͑͂̀͌̽̏͊̍̏̀̓́͗́͋͂̍̀̃̓̂̂́̀̈́̆̃̔̈̀̍͐̑̌̓̎̀̋̊̐̿͑̀̀̄̊̑͐͗̃̃̂̋͗̑͑͌̇́̒̂͌͊̆͋̅̉̒͂̉͛͐̀͗̂̈́̈́̐͗́̊͘̕̕̕̚̕͘̚͘̕̚̚̚͘͘̚͝͠͝͝͝͠͝͝͝͝͝͝͝͝ͅĄ̷̢̧̨̡̧̡̨̡̢̢̧̧̢̨̧̢̨̨̨̧̨̛̛̛̛̛̛̳̪̼̥̰̲̤̤̪͇̤̩̺͙̼̱̮̤̦͙̗̹̘̦͍̠̻̘̮̫̘̯̫̪͇̤̙̜̫̯͔̘̗͇̥̪̼̻͈̮̖̙̺̗̟̹̤̘͎̻͔̺̮̰̠̟̬͉̘͙̳̬̩͇͔͇̹̞̼͈͚̺̠̤͔̼̙̬̤̤͎͕͔͈̫̣͙̳͉̘̥͓̩̜̹͎̤̗̥͍̲̟̞̹̬͇͙̠̱̻͖͎̠͇̖̳̺̬̬̺̤̽̀̐̎̏͌͊̌̋͌̇̈́̈́̾̌͒͌́̊̍͑̂̓͋̀̊̇̉̈́̎̔̑̍͆͌̔̈́̿͗̽͑́̽̉͑́̈̉̀̽̽̈́́̊̈́̀̓̌̉͂̔̅́̅̔̒̓́́̃̀̾͊̋̈́͂͗̿̈́̇̒̈̓̔́͋͌̿̍̐̿́̽͗̉̽̈́̊̈́͋̏̽̇̀̐̌̍̏͋̌̌̐̀̍͐̾̎̍̀̀͒̄͋͑͗͑̈́͂͌̓̆̂͑̄̎̆̽̉̇̄̂̆̋͛͆̈̊͐̆͋̃̄̿͒̈́̾̆̃̉̽́̈́̾̂́͆̾̃̒͊̊͛̌̆̃̌̐̏̏͐̿̅̋͊̐̓̍̃̔̓̂̓͆͆̽̈̈́͘͘̚̚̕̚̕̕̚͘̚̕͘̚̕̕͜͜͝͝͠͠͝͝͝͠͝͝͝͝͝͠͝͝͝͝͝͝͝͝ͅĂ̶̡̡̧̡̨̧̡̡̡̨̧̡̨̢̧̧̡̧̨̡̨̨̢̡̛̦̗̺̼͉̬͓̠̤̪̦̳͎̪̝̜̣̲̬̳̣̱͕̤̘̩̮͇̪͔͕͎̟̠̘̰͙̥̼̼̝̝̭̫͍̼̠̭̩̙̪̗̞̳̙͓̣̜̗̹̺̼͖͕̹͇̳͉̲̱̤̼̪͓̮͉̥̺̯͎̬̭͎̣͖͚͖̞̠͔̣̖̩̙̞̘̘̪͓̗̳͕̦̤͈̣̘̣͚̰̹̩̟̘̙͇̤̝̹̪̹͖̜̼̼̠̥͓̺̬̬̪͕͉̼̗̳̦̤̱̣͖̯̹̫̻̗̮̠̙̯̘̗̯̗͙͖͈̺̦̼͓͓̺̪͔͕̖̱̟͎̹̟̺̼͚̦̥̘̣̳̫̺̘̟̠̭͙̣͈̳̣̗̖͇͇̱͖̮̭̖̹̙̞̬̣̺͈̓̐̓̋̀͊͊̒̎̋̊̇̅̏̈́̽͊̿͒̾͊͐̅͂̊́͌͌̃̀̆̐̈̊͊̑̄͌̈́̇́̅̆̓̑́̓̾̄̂̎͗̀͌͒̌̑͗̋̉̅́̓̓̂͐͛̓́̚͘̚͘͘͘͘̕͘͘͜͜͜͜͜͜͝͝͝ͅͅͅͅͅͅͅA̷̢̨̡̨̡̧̢̧̢̧̨̧̨̡̡̧̞̝̝̰̺͔̻̙̗̟͔͓̞̟͈̟̼̻̼͙̬̤̯͔̭͎̲̙̼̦̣̜͈̰̹͎͇̟͎͇͖̟̫̭͈͖̹̥̗̺̣̖̻̩̻̪̫̼̱̞͙͎̳̫͕̮͚̝͈̝͕͎̻̳͎͚̟̠̺̥͓̹̹̙̫͖̮͔̼̳͚̹̜͉͖̝͎̖̹͔̯̲̺̭̩͉͈͉̻̲̩̮̝̥̩̻͕̪̩̜̳̞̩̠̩͉̙̩͖̺̗͚̼͉͇̬̭̥̭͖̯͈̟̺̤͈͈̻̼̻͉̹̪͉͐͒̊͐̽̉̄͐̄̈́̔̋͛͊͑͘͜͜͜͠͠͝ͅͅͅͅA̶̡̨̧̨̧̡̨̨̢̢̢̧̡̧̨̢̡̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̛̲̘̤̳̫̼̺̖̦͖͈̤̲̖̤͇̳̳̣͔̻̝͙̻̞̣͎̩̹̖̘̻͓͍̣̣̞̫͔̙̩̖̼̜̣̼̫̱̳̰͇̬͔̼̙̩̦̖̬̣̯͙̬̗͓̱̗̫̹̞̯͎̖̤̟̞͔͕͓͈͖̻͓̯̟̲͈̠͔̟̱̰̤͇̺̻͍̗̹̹̦̱̲̮̪͕̜̲̼͖̩̺͈̰̖͙͚̝̦͈̘̰̹͇̮̫̳̥̖͖͎̲̥͈͎̜̓̆͂̈́̈́̑̅̊͛́̇̓̍̓͑͑̉͆̀͌́̽͋̈́̀̍͆͗̀͂̒̋̅̃͆̍̃̊̋̊͛̈̓̄̈́̐̊̇͑̀̓̀͛̇̂̓̃̀͂͐́̂̍̆̅̑̃̽͌̏̎͆̂̓́͒͑̊̍͌̎͛́̒̋͆̽̎̈̐̏͑̓̏̍̄̒̈͒̐̅͐̋̀͒̐͛̊͐͋̾̍̊͊͌̈́̃̾͗̇̆̀̈́̉́̓͐͌̄̃͆̀͊̅́͂̓͌̋̈́̇̓͘̚̚͘͘̕̕͠͠͠͝͝͝͠͠͝ͅͅͅͅͅͅPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.1428

whoops didnt expect it to look like this

 No.1429

They also need to be able to speak.




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 No.1414[Reply]

I wonder what spring will bring.

 No.1415

Usually it brings a change in weather.

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Spring means easter. And easter means chocolate oranges.

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>>1416
>chocolate oranges
I've never heard of these

 No.1418

>spring
What's that ? I live in a 2 season country.




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get hit with a snowball nerd

 No.46

leave me ALONE

 No.1306

I want to toss some snowballs

 No.1398

>>1306
i'll toss your snowballs, if you catch my drift

 No.1407

haha drift

 No.1408

>>1398
It's too late in the season for that tomfoolery




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 No.1252[Reply]

Don't think I've seen one of these on Kissu, although I think it'd be an appropriate fit.

If you find any cool pictures, consider posting them!
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I've had that picture saved for a while but I have no idea what it is

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>>1297
Neat. I thought it might be the interior of a ship's oil tank, but it's apparently a neutrino detector.

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You know, I don't think I have any "cool" images. I am just now having this realization after many years.

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Rabbit day is coming soon. Both the end of the month and Easter!

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Red Panda in tree




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For some months now, dozens of spiders have started to pop up all around the house. They're mostly found in the places you'd usually expect, but also in some really odd spots: between the drying dishes, inside my shoes, in the small space between a window's frame and the wall... In the shower, as I write this, there are about five of them one above the other in a corner of the bathroom. (I take care not to hurt them, because they're cool.)

I dunno, it's just very funny and I enjoy it. Wanted to share it, even though I can't take any good pics of them.
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>>1210
same role in terms of taste and texture. I'm not being a nutrition nerd

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>>1211
No way, mushroom has a taste and texture nothing like meat...

 No.1213

>>1211
They don't do that either...

 No.1214

they do, you swines

 No.1216

>>1209
Nature isn't real

>>1214
I mean you're wrong but okay




 No.285[Reply]

>kiisu

 No.286

cute!!!!!

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 No.1147[Reply]

Americans eat apples with WAX on it. I always thought it was weird that they looked so red and shiny in comparison to the ones we have in my country. Turns out the excessive redness is due to GMOs and the shinyness is due to an artificial coat of wax which is meant to preserve them longer (the ones they sell at grocery stores are 14 months old on average!). It's like in those ads of food where they use glue, spray, etc to make the food look better except it's actually meant for consumption in this case.

So for the Americans here that have eaten apples like this before: what do they taste like? They must be terrible. Imagine eating 14 month old fruit with wax on it.
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>>1193
ah yes the cheese

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>>1193
I remember when I was a kid and I thought the red stuff was like the skin of an apple so I tried biting into it and it was NOT tasty.

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>>1166
There's talks about it here and there but it still isn't a relevant movement like FLOSS is (yet).

 No.1198

Turns out farming isn't fun and exciting for cappuccino hipsters (and their laptops of free ubuntu operating systems) to get behind.

 No.1218

>>1198
It depends on what you mean. Lots and lots of people picked up gardening during the pandemic, but I don't think many would be leaving the city to live on the land, no.




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 No.545[Reply]

Took years, but reddit finally has a good community somewhere.
https://www.reddit.com/r/SubSimulatorGPT2/
It's all bot posting and it does a pretty good job
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 No.553

Now I want to see the same thing applied to an imageboard where only bots can post there.

 No.554

>>550
That's actually pretty interesting and unique, it's a lot less bot like than the majority of real people on the internet.

 No.1140

The bots are still making the posts that we're all thinking deep down inside.
https://www.reddit.com/r/SubSimulatorGPT2/comments/ssann9/masturbating_is_more_important_than_your/

 No.1141

>>1140
Nice.

 No.1142

>>1140
fearless, powerful




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 No.488[Reply]

I'm surprised with the occasional NEET talk that I haven't seen any talk about norms and "the great resignation".
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>>1096
Any jobs that won't be replaced by automation will cost money to acquire skills which they can't afford, and no one will fund them either, so they will be reserved by middle class and above. The 30% population without jobs living in miserable condition will be a huge source for social instability which only very authoritarian governments can quell. For the governments it's better to just kill them rather than spending huge resources continuously trying to keen them under control.

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>>1094
Your vision of the future and automation is way too humanistic. AI does not need to create anything new, it only needs to do what humans already do but faster and cheaper.

>It’s hard to argue against automation when statistics are clearly illustrating its potential. The latest evidence comes out of a Chinese factory in Dongguan City. The factory recently replaced 90 percent of its human workforce with machines, and it led to a staggering 250 percent increase in productivity and a significant 80 percent drop in defects.
https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2017/02/after-replacing-90-of-employees-with-robots-this-companys-productivity-soared
This is an article from 5 years ago.

>>1096
>we are entering a labour market that needs more workers not less
On the contrary, we keep making up jobs to account for the displacement already caused by automation because, well, we can't have welfare for NEETs, let alone the abolishment of labor, can we?
The way automation works is easy to understand: first, factories are automated and the ones who own them will realize massive increases in their profits, which will lead to more jobs, right? Then the second phase kicks in, when the rate of profit starts falling down and nearing zero. This happens because the very same automation that brought in profits has reduced living labor (actual workers, the source of all profits). Profits fall because the employment of actual workers in production falls, and this leads to less demand for laborers. This is when shit hits the fan and businesses go bankrupt, people get thrown into the streets and states collapse.
When that happens, it’s going to trigger every nutjob on the planet who will try to find a scapegoat to blame for this, while others will demand more wage labor to fix the problems caused by wage labor itself. Everyone will be too desperate to think that a better world is possible and will want to go back to the old world instead, something repeatedly proven wrong by anyone in history who tried to turn back the Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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>>1135
>Your vision of the future and automation is way too humanistic.
My vision is augmented.

 No.1137

>>1135
I assume you read the crosslink on 1094. That a statistical model can manage to deal with tasks that don't fit inside of a simple simulation or perform precise actions is likely not going to happen with the current data analysis frameworks.

Gaining data on these sorts of tasks that are not easy to simulate requires real data from people and if you replace the people then you won't have anymore data. Life isn't a video game where you can just set the bot to run billions of itterations until it reaches an acceptable final result. The current attempts to create an AI to write software pulls from millions of examples of stack overflow and it's average in a task of very well set objectives often found on school programming tests. Far from an application in real world environment, and the dumbed down example of human guiding machine that I linked(code auto completion) is wrong an astounding 71% of the time. This is the result of billions in funding to try and create a system that can replace humans writting software. Even the AI that attempt to write stories have to be human guided.

Best AI can do is when it's in a simulation that is easy for a computer to conceptualize because then it can just brute force over itself billions of times until it surpasses the average human... the more clear the simulation(chess) the stronger it gets, but life isn't just factory work and in the end of the day someone needs to buy the useless crap that's being mass produced by the AI that is supposed to be reducing the cost of production.

 No.1138

>>1135
It all depends on exactly how much work can even be automated. Factories have been increasingly automated for a while now, maybe even since the water wheel was invented or even before then. It's a process that has been going on forever and yes we are reaching a crescendo but that is still only one field and a field that doesn't hire that many people in many developed nations anyway(my country has pretty much no industry). Transport may be able to be automated, may, we still don't know for sure, many algorithmic positions will be able to be taken over by an AI and other fields too will feel it. But many will not,and many are being created. In developed nations it's still more likely that we lose more workers due to retirement than we will lose positions due to automation.




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 No.906[Reply]

Are you watching the Winter Olympics at all? I've tried again to make myself interested in them, but I just can't do it.
I like it when things are objective, like "this guy jumped the highest so he wins", but all this dancing in circles that then gets judged makes no sense to me.
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 No.1139

>>1134
Because everything is dystopian, we live in a cyberpunk dystopia now. But >>1122 isn't really that Dystopian I guess.

 No.1143

>>1139
If you're allowed to call it a dystopia it's not a dystopia.

 No.1145

>>1143
Says who?

 No.1146

>>1143
That's stupid. After a nuclear war without anyone to enforce laws, that's not a dystopia?

 No.1271

The real dystopia is this hyperreal poststructural modernity where we get bombarded with constant propaganda and made-up news, and this happens everywhere.




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 No.806[Reply]

Walkin' in a winter wonderland~
In the city we can make a polluted snowman mountain!
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 No.810

There's a chance it will snow here soon, hope it actually stays on the ground for longer than a few hours. I know it's not as magical up north, but for us in the middle it happens a couple days a year at most and December wasn't even winter temperature-wise

 No.838

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Cirnoman

 No.839

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>>810
It's happening! (or it will soon).
It feels wasteful when it snows at night because you can't appreciate the beauty of the falling flakes

 No.843

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Snow! SNOW! SNOW SNOW SNOW SNOW SNOW! OH MY GOD THERE'S SNOW! AND IT'S PILING UP AND IT'S SO PRETTY AND I WISH IT HAPPENED MORE OFTEN!
SNOW SNOW SNOW SNOW SNOW!!!!!! SNOW!
SNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 No.1098

Snowing again. There's these nice big snow flakes. It's ridiculous. I wish there would be more snow, it's just a tiny dusting this early morning.




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