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/doomer/ - Doomers Club

Most precious years of our lives are gone and now we clinch to alcoholism
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 No.14933

What's your ideal doomer living space?

For me, it's either

>a warehouse in an industrial part of town, especially if waterfront

>an old/abandoned/former railway station

>something like the Paper St. house in Fight Club

>wild card: an old lighthouse

Basically old industrial spaces with no neighbors and grey skies

Of course it would need some cleaning up, but once the risk of tetanus is gone, could be a cozy living space. Bonus points if in a snowy/foggy area.

 No.14935

Come to Canada. It's decaying nation with grey sky, grey buildings and lots of snow.


 No.14936

>What's your ideal doomer living space?

Somewhere far away from mankind near forest and some open grass covered space, something cheap and easy to maintain. Nobody will ever force me again to move to city.


 No.14937

>>14933

Somewhere far up in the mountains, with green as fuck grass, really good air and at night you can see plenty of stars.


 No.14938

File: 6f7068f80e9119c⋯.jpg (573.6 KB, 1134x756, 3:2, diff-lighthouse-wave.jpg)


 No.14942

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>14938

>tfw no lighthouse living space

>tfw no one who'll sing this to me

whyevenlive.jpg


 No.14957

A cold, snowy place, hot temperatures make your brain all retarded, it's a well known fact. Honestly i wouldn't mind a small house with a single floor, only one bathroom with a shower inside too, a small bedroom for me only, a kitchen, a living room and at least a place to stuff extra stuff. A simple manual work where i can feel like i'm doing something for society, a job that pays me enough to feed myself and have simple joys every now and then.


 No.14964

Alex's apartment from flashdance. The top floor of the old Feit Electric company building, which stood on Los Angeles Street at 17th Street, southwest of downtown alongside the Santa Monica Freeway.

https://youtu.be/8zaXeXdk5Dc?t=183


 No.14973

File: 86cbf6e15eeac32⋯.jpg (64.74 KB, 640x958, 320:479, 892727649124.jpg)

Urbanite /doomer/ here

Who wouldn't want big, grey, unfeeling concrete blocks? I get locking yourself away from all of society like some hermit wizard is appealing because le edgy solitude, but half of you don't know what to do once you run out of chips packets. Besides, living in a big city can be surprisingly solitary if you just don't engage


 No.14981

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>>14933

I've always daydreamed about living in a small cabin out in the woods in Maine or some small town in rural England but I also know if I did so alone I would end up massively depressed and kill myself most likely. If you are somewhat intelligent and think too much you will go insane trapped alone in your head all day. This is why Hikki's and NEET's become so mentally ill


 No.14986

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>>14973

It has been almost two months since I don't nightwalk in the city. That image managed to crush my heart making me miss it, it would be even better now because it's raining constantly.

The worst part is that I will only be able to do it next monday.


 No.14991

File: 708a66eae0dc06f⋯.png (207.48 KB, 1600x900, 16:9, doomer.png)

>>14973

i fucking love cities, plan on moving to one once i get enough fucking money. solitude is found in the best way in cities, there is no time for "getting to know someone" or stupid chat in a city. people are in a hurry. you fade into the background and nobody notices you. i love that. i crave that, i am 6'5 and have been taller than the average mans height since i was ten, so i always stood out, it would be so nice to blend in and not have any attention drawn towards me.


 No.14992

>>14991

fucking giant but care to trade?


 No.14994

my ideal space has some neighbors but in a secluded part of Finland, if I can ever make it over there, but if not maybe the Rocky Mountain area here in the US. bears, wolves, deer and not a nigger in sight.


 No.15000

>>14986

>tfw no dungeon synth gf


 No.15001

File: 5dda0e2e125aecc⋯.mp4 (1.07 MB, 198x360, 11:20, 6f221f79.mp4)

>>14994

Neighbors are good, especially if you live somewhere in rural/forest area. You don't live right next to each other but still close enough to get wasted and help each other if needed.


 No.15006

>>15001

I used to have it somewhat that way but shit happened


 No.15013

>>14933

A small apartment in Tokyo.

Small for the /comfy/ factor and because nobody can afford a big apartment in Tokyo, Tokyo because there's no more isolated living space than in a megacity and the Japanese have strong cultural norms against bothering strangers.

Living in the countryside is hell. Everyone wants to know about you, and they really don't like people that are different.


 No.15017

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>>15013

>and they really don't like people that are different

This is a myth. Your "neighbors" might not even care about you that much but if you move to village there is always that 1 boomer wife who will bake for you something good and her husband who is always willing to help you with something getting done. Depends on density of that area. Just be nice, man. They might give you a rabbit meat because they have too much, so give them something back. You might know this widow down the road who said you once she don't have fish on christmas because she can't kill and process fish, so do it for her and she will bake you some tasty shit and offer you booze. If your first neighbor lives 1 km down the road, you won't meet that much. You don't have to blackpill everyone you meet in your life duh.


 No.15021

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>>14986

Reminds me of Persona music for some reason.


 No.15022

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>>14933

I want to get rich enough to build a large, tall, gothic castle somewhere in the middle of the ocean, far away from governments and nosy leftists who want to fuck with me.

It will be full of beautiful gardens, creepy statues, and cool places to explore and chill at. It will contain a mixture of antique and modern technology because it's cool and I don't want to burn fuel to keep the lights on. I will also lease out sections of it to people who want to move in, because I don't really need all of it to myself, too much loneliness will kill me and a mini economy for trade and some self-sufficiency would be great.


 No.15024

>>15017

Let's say it depends on the type of different you are. I can assure you, they don't like people that just want to keep to themselves.

I don't need cookies or alcohol or rabbit, and I certainly don't want to be indebted to anyone.


 No.15030

>>15024

I totally understand you, however it's not like debt, it's just matter of being polite. I'm weirdo living in village now and I never had problem like somebody would talk shit about me and you will get bad news since in small place like that, you will know everything. Cities are more "secure" in this matter but that alienation is sometimes terrible. Your mentality sort of changes when you move outside of the city, after all we are all just people.


 No.15034

>>15024

Only a faggot townie believes this.

Most country folk have no problem with people who keep to themselves as long as they aren't a prick. I keep to myself and live an isolated life by choice, but I always say good morning or wave as I pass by people. They do the same back and maybe once a year a favour is asked (I'm going on holiday, could you keep an eye on the house as you walk past please?)

The problem townies have with the countryside is they expect it to be like a town and it isn't. You have to completely change your mentality and townies are too dead inside to do it. They want to know no one around them instead of having a community. And no a community doesn't mean masturbating into the local dance punch, it's saying hi and knowing if shit hits the fan you have back up. You don't even know any ones names except those who live closest to you but you know if a favour is asked it would be done.


 No.15037

>>15030

>it's not like debt

Works the same way though. If your neighbor gives you cookies, you can hardly tell her to fuck off when it comes to killing fish. It's not explicit, but the implication is definitely there.

>>15034

I was born in the countryside, have lived here my whole life and will probably spend another couple of miserable years here. I know the countryside as well as anyone. I'll admit I may be townsfolk at heart though.


 No.15038

File: 55b03c2fc123545⋯.png (23.13 KB, 600x432, 25:18, international-squatters-sy….png)

I squatted for years op, living in old warehouses, etc. kind of gets old after a while, trust me. I do miss lots of aspects of it though…


 No.15056

File: d888d94134127f6⋯.jpg (290.14 KB, 1200x628, 300:157, Füzér castle2.jpg)

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>>15022

I did dream about buying a castle and living there. I already have a few candidates and I'd bring some small amount of modernization into them too (internet, electicity, water, etc.) while largely keeping it's medieval-early modern period outlook.

>ywn never make a /doomer/ meetup in your very own castle


 No.15063

>>15056

Probably not that unrealistic a goal with a heavy dose of cybercrime and a small poverty strike european country, imho.


 No.15076

>>15056

>>15063

The problem with a castle isn't so much the purchase price as the maintenance. You can expect to constantly have mold somewhere if you introduce modern heating or windows, and there'll always be some roof that needs replacing.

And keep in mind that European countries tend to not just let you do whatever the fuck you want with your castle either. You'll need to use medieval methods that barely any craftsmen know and any change will have to be approved by a team of experts, which you'll be expected to pay.

Best way would probably be to keep it medieval and live in the lord's chamber that's heated with the wood fireplace, with the well getting an electric pump (and an electric water heater with a shower attached in a wooden impermanent cabin next to it), and make do with a generator in the courtyard for charging your laptop and keeping an internet connection per WLAN.


 No.15086

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>>15038

is this you, anon?


 No.15090

>>15056

Italy was selling castles very cheap just recently but I think they had some requirements for buyer as well.


 No.15100

>>15076

>heating

I watched on television how this one guy bought a castle. A rather small one. The heating bill ruined him financially and he had to turn off the heating completely for the main building and move into the barn like building on his estate. Imagine having to heat 30 rooms because the heating system is 80 years old and you have only 1 main switch to turn on or off everything at once and on top of that the shit being old and used up makes it inefficient and lots of the warmth is lost in the pipes already and the rest through bad walls insulation.

In summer it would be comfy though.


 No.15108

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>>15105

>only enough room for a bed

>no privacy

>one of many

no thanks


 No.15111

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>>15076

Exactly.

>government interference

>outdated construction

It's better to just build your own castle and design it however you want. Here in Russia, if you do it somewhere really far off in Sibera, the government is too poor to spend resources checking up on every anti-social misanthrope living innawoods, so you could even torture commies in your dungeon for all they know.


 No.15115

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>>15076

>And keep in mind that European countries tend to not just let you do whatever the fuck you want with your castle either. You'll need to use medieval methods that barely any craftsmen know and any change will have to be approved by a team of experts, which you'll be expected to pay.

Yea, you're right about this, though i'm sure that if you found a poor/corrupt enough country you could skirt the listed building requirements, at least if it looks okay aesthetically.

>>15086

SQUAT PUNX 4LYFE!


 No.15163

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>>15100

Then I might just solve heating with wood and a fireplace. I would be down with only heating my bedroom, the kitchen when I eat there and the meeting room when we have a /doomer/ meetup. If I have money for a whole castle, buying wood in large numbers (or even outright cutting it myself) shouldn't be a problem.


 No.15234

File: 6727f16fa84da42⋯.jpg (179.36 KB, 1600x656, 100:41, liam-reid-liam-reid-hacker….jpg)

My dream has always been to have a hacker den. In my mind I picture a comfy dark room in some highrise loaded with various esoteric pieces of hardware and literature. However when I think it out it's hard to justify having all that equipment.


 No.15259

>>15234

>it's hard to justify having all that equipment

Not really.

You need an operating system for everyday tasks, you need an operating system for kinda-illegal stuff, and you need an operating system for the-van-is-on-the-way stuff, ideally on different computers in case you want to listen to music while ordering weed while hacking the CIA.

That, naturally, means a minimum of three monitors, three towers, and three keyboards (unless you use a wireless keyboard and can therefore move it easily between monitors).

Add to that a couple of SBC/SoCs, microcontrollers, sensors, breadboards, wires, more wires, connectors, a couple backup connectors, old hardware you saved in case you ever needed to build another machine, soldering kit, oscilloscope, multimeter, all the wires for networking (you aren't using WiFi, are you?), a couple SBCs with cases for taking out of the house to ensure you never have to use another person's system, maybe a small monitor and keyboard for taking along with it since modern laptops are shit, and an old Thinkpad that you've wanted to restore for the last five years but never found the time.


 No.15291

A rural farm, maybe not even electricity. If not for all the hooky religious aspect, I would love to live an Amish life.


 No.15292

>>15259

IRL Cyberpunk Doomerism.


 No.15306

>>15259

>>15292

This is why the actual cyberpunk dystopia is going to ration electricity.


 No.15337

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>apartments near an abandoned railroad station

>sewers

>abandoned underground tunnel security offices

>a cabin

>one of those decrepit hong-kong/tokyo apartments

basically anywhere where I can just suffer and shitpost in silence.


 No.15339

File: 00157067e808c2c⋯.jpg (49.98 KB, 640x480, 4:3, volvo-c303-14.jpg)

i want one of these so i can just drive forever and let the world in the rear-view never catch up to me.

i have a pickup truck that i lifted and built a 'home" in the back of every summer i take some time off and drive to different parts of the country and go explore the remote areas away from people. fuck people.


 No.15341

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File: 4954da11536a693⋯.jpg (487.5 KB, 1800x1163, 1800:1163, warm-wooden-house-interior….jpg)

I am a woodworker so I would love to move to some remote area, put down a trailer and a saw mill and build my own house over years, making it beautiful using trees from the forest. I don't really like the furniture in some of these, but none of them are really what I would do anyway.


 No.15342

probably a studio apartment with a kitchenette and a bathroom somewhere around where i used to live in the outskirts of my current city, it's kind of ghetto but it isnt so bad


 No.15344

>>15339

You know what would be fucking awesome. Having the ability to turn that volvo home into a boat if need be, or even a small airplane with the press of a button. Shieeet, while we're at it, why not a spaceship too. Why is the future so bleak bros?


 No.15347

>>15341

comfy


 No.15352

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>>15344

I'm not sure but I would expect it to be waterproof, so if you would have those pipes for air intake and exhaust, you could have solid submarine. If volvo can't do that, Lada Niva can.


 No.17098

Somewhere out in the country with a lot of land. Maybe in a shack in the desert with a well and a garden. Been looking at Wyoming.


 No.17104

File: c8cbc0a592f9743⋯.jpg (186.51 KB, 660x451, 60:41, herbies-beach-shack-2.jpg)

File: 46fe88e1afae30b⋯.jpg (569.67 KB, 800x533, 800:533, Fiona_Harper_Thala_Beach_0….jpg)

I just want a simple shack on a beach front away from dayniggers where there's big waves and clean water and sand. That's all i want. I don't even want electronics to be honest, just give me a surfboard and a shack on a beach.


 No.17117

Would anyone be interested in starting a commune?


 No.17124

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>>14933

Some brutalist monolith from which ther is no escape

>>17117

Sure




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