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File: d305233355bda2d⋯.jpg (174.01 KB, 649x917, 649:917, JosephSmith.jpg)

 No.3

post about anything here

 No.1906

>>1905

There is no point in attempting to explain that to them either. Once anons have formed a consensus, it is near impossible to get people to look at other ideas. It is the double edged sword of imageboards. On one hand it's the thing that keeps us ideologically pure, on the other it can lead to our destruction once alternative ideas are completely shut out. Try to explain the bigger picture to anyone right now and all you will get is insults, and "kys". I've said my last piece about it on /b/, it is useless to argue when the majority has made its decision. It's just the nature of imageboards, people have one track minds around here.


 No.1907

>>1906

Maybe it's just that I'm getting old, and the only thing I do is look at things objectively instead of living in the moment.


 No.1908

>>1907

time will tell


 No.1910

So far the new /pol/ is pretty trash tbh. It's basically /b/ now. MGTOW faggotry is allowed, /leftypol/ faggotry is allowed, faggotry in general is allowed. I don't think you get banned for anything anymore.


 No.1911

>>1910

I am hoping it will calm down in the next day or two.


 No.1913

>>1911

Agreed.

I know this >>1909 is probably b8, but on the chance they were serious I gave them a serious response >>1912

We don't seem to get people that stick around for very long tbh.


 No.1914

>>1910

>>1911

Like 4chan but with 750 replies per thread instead of 300


 No.1915

>>1914

Exactly. Hopefully things turn out better than cuckchan, but I don't have much hope for that while the board is under global rule. I wish they would give me control of the board, I'd have that place in order real quick.


 No.1916

I've taken up a new maybe slightly blasphemous style of shitposting on /b/. I started calling people asking for me to be a mod again "the prophecy", and in the hex thread anons are wondering what I'm referring to when I say "the prophecy" so I started quoting the Book of Mormon but putting hex wherever the Lord is referenced.

In other news I just received an email from a mailman@8chan.co with a mod account and password for /b/. Could it really be legit?


 No.1917

No fucking way. It's legit


 No.1918

>>>/b/8022611


 No.1920

>>1918

Oh that is golden


 No.1923

I wonder how long until my mod powers are stripped kek


 No.1924

>>1923

Probably the first chance dys notices it


 No.1925

>>1924

I hope not. This could be fun. I don't plan to do much moderation, but I do plan to encourage the board to be more fun


 No.1927

>>1925

I wonder if dys even cares. Anything to improve /b/ would be a welcome sight.


 No.1928

>>1927

Very true. If he's smart he will leave me be. He knows I won't make the board worse.


 No.1929

>>>/b/8022841

WEW

E

W


 No.1930

WEW

>>>/b/8022859


 No.1931

Well last night was 1 hell of a failure. I only hope maybe some of those book of mormon verses I posted got anons using google to find out where they came from


 No.1932

>>1931

>last night was 1 hell of a failure.

i wouldn't say that. it was a lot of fun. it will definitely make it into the highlights of 2018.

>book of mormon verses I posted got anons using google to find out where they came from

that part might have gotten lost in the process, but time will tell.


 No.1933

>>1932

Yeah it was fun, but there is stuff I have to repent of now.


 No.1934

think he actually did it? >>>/b/8022932


 No.1935

>>1934

>did he do it?

Probably not, and even if he did, it's not like he knows your real name or if that's anywhere close to where you actually live

>>1933

Nobody's perfect. Just chalk it up as a lesson and try not to repeat the same mistakes again. Learn from it as best you can tbh. It's not like you went on a murdering spree, so the things to be forgiven aren't that extreme.


 No.1936

>>1935

>Probably not

That's what I figure too, but I kinda wonder who he thinks he has dox on. He claimed to have it, and would post it if someone got trips. 888 and he would contact my bishopric. I made sure to get 888 :^)

>It's not like you went on a murdering spree, so the things to be forgiven aren't that extreme

True tbh. I paid for it all day today. I doubt I'll be sleeping tonight considering I slept like all day today.


 No.1937

>>1936

>wonder who he thinks he has dox on.

i was thinking exactly the same thing tbh

>slept like all day today.

when you go to work tomorrow you'll probably still be feeling it, but you're young enough that the day won't completely suck.


 No.1938

>>1937

Yeah, tomorrow won't be near as bad even though I'll probably be tired and my muscles won't be what they usually are. Today was made worse by the fact that I couldn't consume any caffeine to offset the caffeine withdrawals that I had on top of everything else. It's bad enough feeling sick and having a headache, add in caffeine withdrawals to increase the pain of the headache and it's pretty bad. I could have taken caffeine, but then I would have had to get up instead of sleeping all day. I think sleeping all day was the best possible outcome, besides all the times I woke up with my head pounding. A day off caffeine may help bring my tolerance to the stuff back down, which would be good. I usually consume around 500-600 mg of caffeine a day. Too much.


 No.1939

>>1938

ugh. caffeine withdrawal headaches are killers. my preferred solution for them is to overdose on caffeine gas station cappuccino is the preferred delivery method until i crash. it makes that night's sleep very poor, but it always eliminates the headache. a fair trade off for me.

>500-600 mg of caffeine a day

all of the my caffeine comes in liquid form so i have no clue how much it works out to be.


 No.1940

>>1928

If you don't remove instagram images of children, you will be removed


 No.1941

>>1940

>If you don't remove instagram images of children, you will be removed

if it were me, i would leave them on the principle of the matter, as long as they were legal pics. but yeah, it might get me removed as a mod. strictly hypothetical tho, as i wouldn't want to mod /b/ with a 20 ft pole


 No.1942

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hex please explain what happened to Cambridge. He didn't want to mod anymore and gave you his account or what? I see his name is no longer in the log and is replaced by yours …


 No.1944

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>>1939

My caffeine comes from either Military Energy Gum which is 100 mg per piece, or pre-workout drink mix which is around 275 mg per cup. At work I generally chew 1-2 pieces, 3-4 if it's one of those days where I didn't sleep the night before.

>>1941

>>1941

I don't plan to do anything about obviously legal instagram pics tbh. It isn't CP and there is no law anywhere in the world that would tell you that a pic of a fully clothed kids face is illegal except maybe some Muslim sharia law shitholes where if they can see more than the eyes then you get stoned to death. When we decide that any picture of a kid is banworthy then memes like pic related have to be banned as well. Other mods can take care of that. I will take care of anything that is obviously a DOST violation.

>>1942

>He didn't want to mod anymore and gave you his account or what?

Yeah, that's all I really know. He asked for my email, and I received an email with just the username and password.


 No.1945

>>1944

Anyway, /b/ moderation has always been inconsistent. There are no rules for mods, so you just kinda mod the way you think is right. If I get removed, no big deal. I haven't had to do much moderation so far, and don't really expect to have to do much tbh. The other mods are already on it, and are a lot more strict than me so they will get most stuff before I ever see it. Last time I was a mod it was just me, so my moderation style was a bit different than it will be now


 No.1946

>>1944

>that's all I really know

That's odd. I'm going to miss that guy tbh

>(#71898) with reason: Why do I even bother;

Godspeed, mailfag :)

> don't plan to do anything about obviously legal instagram

based. but you'll probably be removed for not doing it, lol. I think b has more mods than users at this point.

I'm glad you fulfilled your prophecy. See you around, hex


 No.1947

>>1946

>you'll probably be removed for not doing it, lol

Definitely possible. I don't think I'm gonna be removed for that though. More likely I'll get warned about not doing it first. If that happens then I'll deal with it when I get to that point. Like you said though, we have so many mods on /b/ now that I don't think it will be a major issue. Every mod has always moderated differently in my time observing things on /b/. Greetly for example seems to mostly manage the report queue. Other mods actively watch for stuff to take down.


 No.1948

>>1942

>Cambridge

was it cambridge? i thought it was mailman


 No.1949

>>1948

Mailman changed his name to that at some point


 No.1950

>>1949

i wasn't aware of that. that's a bit of a surprise tho, as i remember thinking mailman was a good mod, but i also remember thinking cambridge was a complete douchebag.


 No.1951

Imagine being so butthurt that you fill out 10s of CAPTCHAs just to spam anti-Mormon stuff through tor on /b/. :^)

https://sys.8ch.net/log.php?page=1&board=b

That's hilarious tbh.


 No.1952

>>1951

That's funny. It takes a serious amount of butthurt to go through the trouble. I didn't see the posts but I'll take your word for it.

I got permabanned from /b/ again. This time for using the Nano tripcode. The guy who spams with it leaked it in the thread and I checked to see if it was legit. This post I was replying to myself >>>/b/8028524

I'm debating whether to appeal it or not because I'd probably be better off without /b/


 No.1953

>>1952

Banning someone for using a certain tripcode is retarded, how far /b/ has fallen. Trips are crackable. If you want to be unbanned I can fix it


 No.1954

>>1953

It is pretty gay tbh, but no, don't lift the ban. I appreciate the offer though. If i want to bad enough, I'll just Tor post or phone post. If i want to really really bad I'll change my computer's IP or get a VPN.


 No.1955

I've been sleeping a lot lately. Dunno if good or bad, but can't wait to switch to a different shift. Waking up at 3 am will never be fun.


 No.1956

>>1955

>sleeping too much

I wouldn't worry too much about it. I'd just assume your body needed the rest and be glad for it.

>waking up at 3am will never be fun

checked tbh


 No.1957

My last day in the warehouse was not very good at all. I was asked to train again, but not the cute girl I had been training the past 2 days. This time I was asked to train the biggest sperglord I've ever seen. If I wasn't a Mormon I would have beat his face in. And I'm not the only one. It seems he rubbed everyone he came in contact with the wrong way. Basically his problem is that he's so autistic he doesn't realize he's being a total douche to everyone.

Near the end of the shift we were asked to help build carts. Basically you take metal racks, insert metal rods through them, put a cylindrical plastic clam shell piece on the 4 spots you want to hold the rack to, pound on each shelf with a mallet around those areas, and pound wheels into the bottom then you have your cart. Anyway the retard almost got himself hit with a mallet

>retard is holding mallet

>big guy in bad mood asks him for the mallet

>retard gives him mallet

>big guy starts pounding on shelves to get them set

>retard makes comment about how big guy isn't doing a very good job hitting it

>i'm like you realize you are saying this to the guy with the mallet right? you are just begging for him to demonstrate how well he could hit you with that mallet

>big guy agrees and tells retard to shut the fuck up before he gets his face caved in

That may have been my favorite part of the day tbh. Other than that I feel like I'm leaving with a lot of things not done, and a lot of things not said. So many people that I didn't get to see or talk to again before I left.


 No.1958

It looks like /pol/ is clearing up.


 No.1959

>>1958

It's better than it was, but I wonder what it will look like during a big event. As much as people didn't like the mods, there is a lot of stuff they did that was helpful that I wonder if the globals will even be willing/able to do. Whenever there is a big event PPH goes way up, duplicate threads start appearing, disinfo threads, etc. It's nice to have a mod team that can sticky the relevant thread, make sure it gets edited to reflect current info, and anchor/delete un-needed threads. Imagine the time during the election without really active moderation, the board would have been unusable.


 No.1960

>>1959

I wonder if they can get mods just for /pol/ that aren't global, or something like janitors.


 No.1961

>>1960

I guess we will see what happens. Besides the filters, and not allowing certain threads that should have been allowed the mods weren't bad. They just wouldn't budge at all on the things that made them look bad.

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 No.1962

>>1957

>he's so autistic he doesn't realize he's being a total douche to everyone.

oh those types suck to be around. i know exactly what you mean by that

>>1958

it is starting to look a little better. apart from the stuff hex mentioned here >>1961 i think the biggest issue was anons who were banned spamming because they finally could again. my guess is it will take 1 maybe 2 weeks to settle into its new routine.


 No.1963

Well tomorrow is my first day at the new job kinda. It will be orientation, and supposedly at orientation I get to choose which building out of 2 I want to be assigned to. I hope this is really the case because it determines whether my commute is 15 minutes or 30 minutes. I'm going to 1 of the 2 of the choices I supposedly have tomorrow. It's the one that is the 30 minute commute, which is why I'm sorta worried that I'll be stuck with this one. Not a bad commute, but it's not as good of an area as the one I want to go to.

When I went to get my badge picture taken the 2 other guys there were also going to orientation at the same building, so I assume that's just where they are having orientation for everyone in this general area that has been hired recently. We will see.


 No.1964

>>1963

Don't be afraid to ask about it. You only stand to gain.


 No.1965

>>1963

Good luck. Hope you have a blessed day.


 No.1966

>>1965

>>1964

So orientation was basically just 8 hours of listening to people talk and show videos about all kinds of stuff. Most of it was the company speaking, but about 30 minutes of it was union reps. The difference in the tones of the 2 was pretty crazy. The company talks to you about how great the company is and how much opportunity there is. The union reps come in and say "we fought the company every step of the way to get you this stuff. None of this would be possible without us."

I didn't get a choice of where I was assigned, but I was assigned to the building I wanted to be assigned to. I start on Monday, and will go through 3 weeks of training.


 No.1967

>>1966

>I was assigned to the building I wanted to be assigned to. I start on Monday, and will go through 3 weeks of training.

Awesome. Good to hear. May it be the start of something wonderful.


 No.1968

>>1967

I won't miss being up at 3 AM, that's for sure. Waking up at 5 AM today was a major improvement, and now I can sleep into the afternoon if I feel like it. My shift will be 3 PM to 11:30 PM. RIP social life. I re-activated my facebook, and it's scary what it knows about me. It knows I'm a Mormon because every single recommendation for friends is from my church. How it knows that I have no idea. I need to try getting on that Mutual app now.


 No.1969

>try to post

>CAPTCHA won't load

>switch IPs

>CAPTCHA loads

It seems to me there is more to this maintenance than just hardware.


 No.1970

>>1969

Seems fixed maybe. I have no way of knowing I'm on the same IP that didn't work before


 No.1971

>>1969

>>1970

I went to sleep before the site came back online. Functionality seems to be good, it's just the appearance is off for me.

>>1968

>I re-activated my facebook, and it's scary what it knows about me. It knows I'm a Mormon because every single recommendation for friends is from my church.

That is pretty scary tbh.

>no goyim, (((faceberg))) isn't spying on you

test

test

test

test


 No.1972

>>1971

>Functionality seems to be good

The first two tests were red text and spoilered text


 No.1973

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>>1971

>That is pretty scary tbh.

The only thing I can think of is that maybe the girl I dated last summer put the pics of us together on her facebook. She is the first recommendation for friends. Still though, it means it can tie me as a person to a blank profile. It knows who I am without me even putting any pictures, or real information in.

>zckdbr

zuck database

Even 8chan knows


 No.1974

>>1973

>It knows who I am without me even putting any pictures, or real information in.

Bingo


 No.1976

Today was an interesting day. My friend that moved away txted me and we talked for a while. Then I went to shower before going to church, and after I got out of the shower I got a call from him asking if I could drive him to church. I agreed and we went to church together. He said he will be around more often. I didn't ask about what his schedule would be like, but if it's similar to how it was then his work schedule works well with my work schedule so we may be able to hang out on weekdays.

We kinda parted ways after sacrament meeting because a friend of mine asked me to help him setup some stuff for the combined priesthood/relief society 3rd hour meeting that we had today. It was a talk about the class I took a while back. After I got everything setup I was looking for a seat, and everything was taken except a seat at the table with the girl that rejected me. So I sat with her.

The ponyfag looked pretty butthurt about it when he saw me there. It was great. I assume something new happened between them, because that's the first time I haven't seen the faggot run up to be around her. Total orbiter. She was nice to me the entire time, so it looks like everything is cool between me and her again. I already figured as much after that time I txted her a while back. I kinda get the feeling she regrets rejecting me, I could be wrong but that's the feeling I get. I don't plan to give another chance tbh. I won't say it's impossible, just not very likely.

Near the end of the 3rd hour me and the ponyfag were both asked if we wanted to come up to speak since we both took the class last time. He was asked first and declined. I wasn't really planning to, but after he declined I felt I had to take the opportunity. I had no idea what I was going to say. Went up there, spoke for probably about 5 minutes, and went to sit back down. As I was walking back to my seat, my friend was grinning and started clapping. He thought it was great. I'll take any opportunity to make myself look better than the ponyfag, especially in front of the girl he likes so much that he felt the need to betray me.


 No.1978

>>1976

>we may be able to hang out on weekdays.

nice. work schedules so often get in the way of social lives. it's good when you have a friend you can rely on like that.

>it looks like everything is cool between me and her again

well that's good

>I'll take any opportunity to make myself look better than the ponyfag,

nothing wrong rubbing salt in a wound if it's well earned like that tbh


 No.1979

>>1978

>nothing wrong rubbing salt in a wound if it's well earned like that tbh

Agreed. I don't have any sort of feelings for this girl anymore, but I get the feeling that he thinks I do. And last I heard he was still trying with her. Come to think of it, during sacrament he sat in a different spot than he had been for the last few months as well. He had been sitting where she usually walks in and sits when she comes in late; no doubt in hopes she would sit with him. Today he was on the opposite side near the front where he used to sit before what he pulled with me. Interesting for a couple reasons. First he seems to be kinda avoiding her, second he would have been right next to me had I sat in my normal spot.

Nothing I should be too concerned about, but I just kinda hope it's eating away at him as much as it seems to be. Terrible thing to say, and I should probably work on fixing these thoughts.


 No.1980

>>1979

It's so hard for me to get over when I feel betrayed by someone. Traitors to me are the lowest forms of life.


 No.1981

>>1980

it is difficult. when it comes to relationships, i can remember every major incident that it felt like someone stabbed me in the back. not to say that i'm entirely innocent. i'm the black sheep of the family, as it were, but i've mostly learned my lessons. now if i could just figure out how to not get attached so quickly i'd be sorted out.


 No.1982

>>1981

>now if i could just figure out how to not get attached so quickly i'd be sorted out

I wish I knew myself. The only thing I can really say is that every single relationship with a woman will end in pain until you find the only one that doesn't. That can either be depressing or uplifting depending on the situation.


 No.1983

>>1982

>every single relationship with a woman will end in pain until you find the only one that doesn't

truer words were ne'er spoken hex

i think i'm gonna give linux mint a try, just out of curiosity. overall i've been happy with ubuntu, but i got an itch that needs scratched.


 No.1984

>>1983

>i think i'm gonna give linux mint a try

I got one of my friends onto linux with mint. He really liked cinnamon out of all the DEs and distros I showed him. I have my issues with mint, but I also have my issues with ubuntu. I have my issues with pretty much every distro tbh.


 No.1985

>>1984

i absolutely loved fedora 25. but when i upgraded to 27 the browser was laggy. i'm not sure what they did to cause it but it was very off-putting. i tried mint probably about 4 years ago but it's been so long i can't remember what i thought of it (and 4 years is long enough in the linux world that things are likely vastly different now). the reason i liked fedora was because they completely integrated the wayland graphics compositor and mostly eliminated the x window system except as a wrapper for programs that required it, google chrome as the only example i can think of that i use regularly.


 No.1986

>>1985

I haven't messed around with wayland yet for a couple reasons. Bad nvidia support(not the fault of the wayland devs), and lack of tiling WMs. sway looks like an interesting wm, but nvidia support still isn't good and probably won't be for a long time. If I ever switch video cards I'll probably give wayland with sway a try.


 No.1987

>>1986

i've been using amd/ati hardware exclusively for almost 10 years now. it might be changing, but they have always been open source friendly


 No.1988

>>1987

I use amd for my CPUs, and my next video card will be AMD most likely. The only reason I went nvidia with this last card was because AMD was in a transition period with their new open source drivers so I felt like it would be good to wait since I knew nvidia has really good closed source drivers. I hate to use closed source drivers, but their driver is really good.


 No.1989

here goes nothing. worst case scenario i put ubuntu back on. either way i figure i'm probably done posting for the night.


 No.1990

>>1989

Good luck. I have no idea what I'm gonna do tonight. I can stay up as late as I want, and it would probably benefit me to do so given my shift tomorrow.


 No.1991

>>1990

working great so far. the fewest headaches and hiccups i've had for any linux installation to date tbh. i probably should have slept


 No.1992

>>1991

>working great so far. the fewest headaches and hiccups i've had for any linux installation to date tbh

That's great. My friend has been running mint for 2 or 3 years now since I switched his laptop over and it hasn't given him any issues that have made him give up on it which is surprising given he came straight from Windows. Although, it was Windows Vista so it was an easy choice.

>i probably should have slept

And I probably should have stayed up :^)

I don't mind being up early but I won't be home until midnight once I go to work. Definitely gonna carry a pack of Military Energy Gum to work. I won't be surprised if I go through an entire pack. Also gonna bring 2 pairs of slip resistant shoes. I have 1 pair that is about a size too big for me, but I used to wear anyway because they were free. I got another pair for free recently that are closer to my size, still probably half a size too big. They are also boot style which could be good or could be bad. Ankle support is good, but it could also bother the hell out of me since I don't usually wear that kind of shoe. I need to go shopping at some point for a pair I really like. One of my union benefits is that the company pays for our safety shoes. For how much I'm paying in dues I'm gonna take advantage of that one.


 No.1993

>>1992

>Windows Vista

worst version ever. even worse than windows 8 tbh

>I won't be home until midnight once I go to work.

that makes for an extremely long day. good luck

>Energy Gum to work. I won't be surprised if I go through an entire pack

watch out for those caffeine headaches


 No.1994

>>1993

>worst version ever

Agreed.

>good luck

Thanks, I may need it. I'm just hoping I'll like it more than the warehouse job.

>watch out for those caffeine headaches

My tolerance is ridiculous, I definitely need to tone it down once I get used to this schedule.

Well here I go, time to leave for work.


 No.1995

>>1994

>My tolerance is ridiculous

if you take caffeine on a regular schedule, at predictable times, the brain prepares for it by reducing the effectiveness of that dose. your tolerance could be down to that. if taking caffeine at an unexpected time it should theoretically have more effect.

have a good day at work.


 No.1996

Well that was crazy. I got there parked, used my badge to get in a side door, and instantly was lost. Everything in that building looks exactly the same. Craziest place I've ever been. Every time I went somewhere alone I ended up a little lost. Today was mostly just really boring. More lectures, reading, and videos. Learned some really good stuff though from some employees that have been around for a while about how to go about moving around into different positions in the company and about how much opportunity there is now that we are in.

I'd have a lot more to type but I'm so tired that I can't really think. I was a little nervous at the end when we all clocked out and split up to go home. Everyone parked in different areas, so we all went different directions. I had no idea how to get to the side door I came in through. I walked around for probably between 5 and 10 mins and had no idea where I was so I decided to walk around outside for a little bit thinking my car wouldn't be very far. I decided pretty quickly to go back inside when I saw coyotes and stuff. They weren't kidding when they said there's wildlife around this building especially at night.

Eventually I start to recognize where I was in the building, and found my way to where I came in.

>>1995

My Military Energy Gum says not to chew more than 2 pieces in 3 hours, and 4 in 24 hours for civilian use. I'll finish an entire pack of this stuff in a day which is 5 pieces + drink some preworkout supplement which is another 2 and 3/4 of a piece in caffeine. It also says don't exceed 10 in 24 hours for military use, so I do have some room before they consider it a dangerous amount of caffeine for military.


 No.1997

>>1996

>instantly was lost. Everything in that building looks exactly the same. Craziest place I've ever been.

Might take some getting used then. I'm sure you'll manage in short time. Pick up whatever tips you can use to navigate the corporate ladder and stay motivated for that dream job tbh. Do you miss the warehouse job yet?

>higher daily dose of caffeine for military

My guess is they do that because of fitness standards for the military. It's a reasonable assumption that a military member is in good enough shape they can handle the extra stress.


 No.1998

>>1997

>Do you miss the warehouse job yet?

With how these older employees talk, not a chance. If what they say is true the only limit is my imagination as long as I'm willing to put in the work to make things happen. They even told me that the position I'm in right now is kind of their testing ground for people to hire into better spots. So it sounds like the reason I got hired is 100% because they saw something in me that they think would be good for them in another role. It makes sense given that I was asked about my software development skills in the interview.

I was telling one of the guys about how we were treated at the warehouse with the weights we had to lift. He was like you will never be asked to lift more than 35 pounds here. For example, if you pick up a garbage bag and it's too heavy; you tie it off and write a note that it's too heavy. This company is serious about safety.

The benefits are absolutely insane. If you feel some pain on the job, and you think you need a massage you can go and get one on the clock. Of course we are talking a pretty serious massage here, not something that's gonna be fun but this is how they take care of you. If you feel you aren't in shape for the job you are about to do you can ask to be put into a conditioning program to prepare you for the job you are about to do. He said it's like 8-12 weeks of just conditioning work to get you ready for that job. All on the clock.

This company is legit. The guy recommended getting into management as soon as possible, and gave recommendations on how to do that. Basically to do that you just volunteer to do stuff that makes you look good, and then also complete some courses relevant to it that they provide for free. As a manager you can pretty much do whatever you want and it takes quite a bit to get fired assuming you are union. They also gave me a couple tips that new guys don't generally know. Like if you feel like you are getting called in for some sort of discipline or you think you are in trouble for any reason at all you tell them you want your union steward which is basically the same as saying you want your lawyer to a cop. They have to stop questioning you immediately, and if they don't the entire thing goes away. They told me about a guy that showed up to work drunk, and got caught. They wrote him up and fired him without letting him have his union steward. He got his job back a month later with back pay.

The amount of knowledge I gained from these guys is crazy. I've got A LOT to think about.

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 No.1999

>>1998

>the position I'm in right now is kind of their testing ground for people to hire into better spots.

Nice. So the place not only has long term potential but probably has lifetime potential.

>how we were treated at [company] with the weights we had to lift.

If you're at all concerned with being doxed you might want to edit that.

>benefits

Sounds like they give a crap about their employees. That's always a sign of a great company

>gave me a couple tips that new guys don't generally know

Nice. Having a union on your side is a great help, apart from the ones who donate to the democrat party on your behalf whether you consent to it or not.


 No.2000

>>1999

>If you're at all concerned with being doxed you might want to edit that

Nice catch. You can see how tired I am making mistakes like that. Not too concerned given how many locations they have, but edited.


 No.2001

>>2000

I got you fam


 No.2002

>>1999

>Nice. So the place not only has long term potential but probably has lifetime potential.

Yeah I've been wanting to get in for that reason, and these guys basically confirmed my decision is the right one. I don't think I slept last night. I remember every thought that went through my mind. One of those nights where I had just been hit with so much information that my brain wouldn't slow down. And now I have to make it through another 8 hours of work.

>apart from the ones who donate to the democrat party on your behalf whether you consent to it or not

I wouldn't be surprised if they do that. I have no idea what they do with the dues they collect.


 No.2003

>>2002

>One of those nights where I had just been hit with so much information that my brain wouldn't slow down.

I hate when that happens tbh. That's when I start looking for a video, movie, radio, etc that can play something boring or /comfy/ to help me sleep.


 No.2004

Another day done. Got to check out the gym they have at this place. It's really nice, I may have to sign up at some point. If you sign up and actually use your membership a certain amount of times per month it's free, and with how much I work out I would hit it every month no matter which of my weekly routines I used. Apparently you can also get free access to a personal trainer.

I got my direct deposit setup today, but they said I'll most likely be receiving a paper check for my first check. Pain in the ass, but at least my direct deposit is set for the checks going forward. Today we got a bit more hands on in the training, so things went a bit quicker. I got to spend most of today hanging out with these 2 cute girls I work with. One of them is pretty obviously kind of a slut, the other is really cute but 10 years younger than me. Really small, skinny girl, and she has one of the softest voices I've ever heard. It's hard to imagine her working a job like this.

She reminds me of the girl I had been talking to at the activities before I started this job but even cuter.


 No.2005

>>2004

>Apparently you can also get free access to a personal trainer.

That place really does have a killer benefits package, doesn't it?

>2 cute girls I work with. One of them is pretty obviously kind of a slut, the other is really cute but 10 years younger than me. Really small, skinny girl, and she has one of the softest voices I've ever heard.

The small soft voice one I would flip out over. That description reminds me a LOT of a missed opportunity that I never got over, and never will tbh. Nowadays I'm honestly more likely to go for the slut. Sexually aggressive girls are their own drug.


 No.2006

>>2005

>That place really does have a killer benefits package, doesn't it?

It's ridiculous. Just when I thought I've heard everything they are like "But wait there's more!" It's no wonder no one ever leaves this place once they get in. I'm willing to change my career path entirely for this place, and from the sounds of it they will make that easy to do if that's what I choose to do. They have a list of jobs, and they tell you what kind of education you need for the jobs.

They also offer career counselors that can help determine what you need to do to get those jobs based on what you have already done. Since I have a degree and certs my best bet is to talk to one of these career counselors because there may be stuff I won't have to do. Best part of all of it is if I end up staying a year in this job, move into another job, and then get laid off or something I'm on the top of the list to be re-hired into this job I'm in. I'm not sure if I'll stay that long, but it's definitely an option. I kinda want to just to have that benefit, but at the same time I'm not getting any younger. Something to think about.

This company is amazing though, and I'm only just starting.

>The small soft voice one I would flip out over

She is super cute. That 10 year age difference though. I kinda wondered if she is from a religious family just because that's the only place you seem to find girls that speak softly anymore. Another hint was that she worked at a retirement home, but honestly I have no idea. She doesn't wear any crosses or anything that sticks out. Definitely isn't a Mormon though. I don't get the "feeling"(It's still kinda weird that this exists, and I have no good way of describing it) from her, and then there's the obvious things: No garment, drinks coffee.

>Nowadays I'm honestly more likely to go for the slut

Now this girl is absolutely gorgeous. Amazing body. If I wasn't a Mormon I'd let the temptation win.

Both of these girls are pretty much out of the question tbh. The slut for obvious reason no sex before marriage fml :^) The small one seems good, but the amount of interest she has in modern entertainment and social media means she is likely beyond saving no matter how good an upbringing she has. Especially because of that age gap. Then there's the fact I'm Mormon, and dating non-Mormon girls is just asking for trouble. Most of them won't convert, and even if they do they won't have the years of indoctrination that will keep them doing the right thing. It definitely isn't impossible, but I have to be a pretty strong example if that is to work.


 No.2007

>>2006

>I'm not sure if I'll stay that long

i thought this was your dream job …. well, not job but building of employment

>That 10 year age difference though

10 year is doable. more than 10 is when it really becomes a challenge.

>wondered if she is from a religious family just because that's the only place you seem to find girls that speak softly anymore

could be. it could also just be in her genetics. the girl i never got over, she wasn't religious. she was just naturally quiet. even when she got mad there was no question that she was gonna keep her cool and not blow a gasket.

>mormon girls put off a 'vibe'

sounds interesting, but i'll have to take your word for it.


 No.2008

>>2007

>i thought this was your dream job …. well, not job but building of employment

I mean stay in this exact same low level job for a year. If I stick with it for a year I can always get this job back if I take a promotion later. If not that isn't guaranteed. That's the thing if I could get something better in this company in say 6 months, do I take it or do I stay another 6 months so I have that extra security of something to fall back to if something happens? My feeling as of right now is to stick with it for a year and then start to look into moving around, but I really don't know.

<mormon girls put off a 'vibe'

>sounds interesting, but i'll have to take your word for it.

Not just girls, guys too tbh. Apparently I have it even being a convert. At my old job in the warehouse there was a guy that became inactive from the church. Grew up a Mormon. When I told him I was a Mormon he was like "I kinda figured you were". People say the feeling is especially strong in Mormon homes. You walk in and something just feels different. I noticed it before anyone ever mentioned it to me when I went to get my patriarchal blessing. The stake patriarch's house just felt different and I couldn't understand why. Then a few months ago someone mentioned that it's just a Mormon thing. There's a feeling you get around them, or in their homes if you are sensitive to it. They say it's the spirit. All this probably sounds crazy tbh.


 No.2009

I'm gonna take advantage of my shoe reimbursement now. Today we started actually doing things, and my feet are killing me. Since I'll be reimbursed the entire price of the shoe, I decided to order some nice shoes on Amazon and pay for 1 day shipping. I dunno if they will pay for the shipping cost too, but worst case scenario I pay $8 for some $80 shoes. I'll have to deal with the ones I have for 1 more work day, but I should have the new ones before I leave for work the next day.


 No.2010

>>2008

>I mean stay in this exact same low level job for a year.

oh. gotcha. i'm not confused anymore.

>There's a feeling you get around them, or in their homes if you are sensitive to it. They say it's the spirit. All this probably sounds crazy tbh.

doesn't sound crazy at all. i had a religious upbringing so i have a standard of comparison. what you're describing though is on a higher level. it sounds really interesting.

>>2009

>I pay $8 for some $80 shoes.

i'd take that deal without much hesitation.


 No.2011

Today was a long day. I got out of bed late, worked out a little bit, didn't eat enough before work, and had a long day at work. The intermittent fasting thing is really working besides that it sucks going 16 hours without eating every day. I've already dropped 5 pounds if it stays off until I weigh for real on Sunday. I'd normally think I was losing weight too fast, but honestly the past 2 weeks were probably somewhat of an anomaly since I ate so much more than usual. So probably shouldn't be too surprising that I'd drop so much so fast.

I set up my 401k stuff today. I'm gonna put the max this company will match into 401k every paycheck just so I'm not leaving anything on the table. Then I'll decide going forward if I want to add more. Right now it will automatically take the max that the company will match right out of my paycheck and put it into 401k. Of course it will suck not just having the money right now, but just like tithing I'm gonna treat it like money I never had. But then some day I will have it, and I'm sure I won't regret it when that day comes.

>>2010

>what you're describing though is on a higher level. it sounds really interesting

It is, and I guess it also kinda explains what drew me to the missionaries. Besides that they were super cute there was something different about them and I could feel it. I just didn't understand it until later.

>i'd take that deal without much hesitation

I hope the shoes get here before I leave for work tomorrow. I really don't want to deal with another day of this. After wearing running shoes every day at the warehouse switching to the shoes I've been wearing is terrible. Especially since I'm on my feet and walking around even more than at the warehouse.


 No.2012

>>2011

>The intermittent fasting thing is really working besides that it sucks going 16 hours without eating every day. I've already dropped 5 pounds if it stays off until I weigh for real on Sunday

i've actually been thinking about doing intermittent fasting. let me know how it goes for you.

>I set up my 401k stuff today.

those things are pretty nice if you can take advantage of them. saving money is one of those things that sucks at first but it pays off in the long run. it may take a few months to get used to the smaller paychecks but it's worth it.

>I'm on my feet and walking around even more than at the warehouse.

oh yeah. you need a good pair of shoes for that - especially if you're walking around on concrete.


 No.2013

>>2012

>those things are pretty nice if you can take advantage of them

It's good because I wasn't saving much at all before when I was just using my savings account. This helps me stay motivated to do it just because it's matched. And it's dollar for dollar match too. So it's like I'm doubling that money.

>it may take a few months to get used to the smaller paychecks

That's why I decided to set it up plenty early so I don't get used to a bigger paycheck. This first paycheck will be a full paycheck I think. My next paycheck is when I think I'm gonna take a major hit for union initiation and dues. Something like $250 on top of the percentage going to 401k. So the paycheck after that will be the one where I actually know how much I'll be making per paycheck with the 401k percentage taken out.

>especially if you're walking around on concrete

In this place it's a mix. Some areas are concrete, some are carpet, some are tiled. So not quite as bad as the warehouse, but I'll be walking so much more. The warehouse may have been a bit harder even though it was only a 4-5 hour shift just because of having to push those heavy carts around on concrete. You really had to drive your feet and legs hard with some of those carts having 500+ pounds worth of stuff on them. At this job they say depending on what you are doing that day you may walk 10 miles or more though.


 No.2014

>>2013

sounds like that job is the start of something wonderful for you. fingers crossed.

i'm debating taking the cabin project in a different direction. i don't like where it's heading right now. seems like too much work with too little progess/reward. like i'm just spinning my wheels what i've been doing.


 No.2015

>>2014

>sounds like that job is the start of something wonderful for you

I really do hope so. It sure seems like they like to throw money at people. I just gotta put in the work required to get them to throw some real money at me. I just got a free $25 Amazon gift card for joining some program the company has going this month. That's peanuts, but I'll take any free money they will give me.

One thing I've learned on this job so far is that no one is gonna tell you when your break or lunch is, so you have to keep track of time. You also have to give yourself enough time to clean/put away any equipment you are using so keeping track of time seems to be really important. Pulling my cell phone out all the time isn't gonna work for a few reasons. It seems like wearing a watch would be a good idea, so I need to look into buying one. I have no idea where to start tbh. Never bought a watch.

>i'm debating taking the cabin project in a different direction

>like i'm just spinning my wheels what i've been doing

Sometimes a change is needed to really hit that breakthrough moment where everything starts coming together and falling into place.


 No.2016

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>>2015

Well I ordered a watch and spent way too much. I figure if I'm gonna wear a watch all day every day it better be something I like though. So I looked around until I found the one that I liked the looks of the most. The Seiko Excelsior.


 No.2017

I met a boy online from Holland who is a Nice guy. Real sweet guy. We've been sexting for over a day now, I think the feeling is mutual. We've talked on the phone twice although he hung-up it has been pretty rough he is practically dodging. I'd be willing to kill to marry him. What should I know?

I will get a blade soon. I've been suicidal for a couple years now and my behavior has always been off. I haven't ever cut but I am in a therapy group right now that uses the no faith no Blade bible with apocrypha.


 No.2018

>>2017

Is this some sort of bot spam?


 No.2019

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>>2018

While I was checking this guy >>2017 in the mod tools I just noticed my subnet range is interesting

>2Ms6DAYS

What is it trying to tell me?

also that guy is a tor poster, so his post probably is some sort of bot spam tbh


 No.2021

>>2020

Well that's enough of that. Be gone, bot.


 No.2022

>>2016

>>2015

>wearing a watch would be a good idea

that's a pretty fancy watch there too. very nice looking. assuming it's durable the only issue is getting used to wearing one.

>>2015

>change is needed

oh don't i know it. change for me right now is welcome, as long as it's not too radical.


 No.2023

>>2022

>that's a pretty fancy watch there too

It's the only one that jumped out at me as far as looks tbh. I love the design of the band.

>assuming it's durable

From the sounds of it Seiko makes some pretty nice watches. I've read they are pretty durable. They use a proprietary crystal called hardlex to protect the screen. From my research on that it's more impact resistant than sapphire, while being close to as scratch resistant as sapphire as well. I don't see the thing taking many impacts doing my new job tbh. What I was more concerned about is water resistance. This one is water resistant up to 330 feet, so you can swim with the thing on if you wanted to for some reason. It's solar powered, and I was a little iffy on that but from the sounds of it solar watches can hold charge for 6-10 months once fully charged. And they charge from any light source, so once it's charged it isn't likely to run out unless you stash it in a drawer for months.

>the only issue is getting used to wearing one

That's why I spent what I did on this one tbh. It would be really hard for me to want to wear a big ugly casio watch. At least this one people will see and be interested in.


 No.2024

>>2023

>solar watches can hold charge for 6-10 months once fully charged.

once upon a time i had a casio g-shock solar charged watch with a metal band. the thing was amazing. i wore it until the band broke (about 10 years). i just found it about a year ago after being in complete darkness for 5, maybe 8 years? still running, tho after that long the battery indicator never shows more than half a charge. it was a lifetime watch - just wasn't a lifetime watchband. the only reason i ever stopped wearing it was because the band broke. haven't really worn a watch since.

you've probably just made a very solid purchase.


 No.2025

>>2024

>casio g-shock

That's what I was gonna get if I didn't get one of the super nice looking watches. The only problem I have with the casio g-shock watches is how cluttered the screens are. I don't need 99% of the features. I may still end up getting one at some point though tbh. I don't really need the extra chronograph dials on my watch either, but the rest of the watch looked so cool I went with it.


 No.2026

Today I ended up doing way more at church than I ever expected. I got a txt the other day asking if I could do the opening prayer at sacrament meeting. No problem. When I got to church for elders quorum presidency meeting I was asked if I could lead the elders quorum council today since we didn't have a council last week. We do this council thing every 1st Sunday usually. I agreed that I would, but we were out of time so I had no time to ask questions and take notes to prepare. I was on my own.

I went into the chapel for sacrament, and was asked if I could help bless or pass the sacrament. Of course I agreed, and since I was feeling extra spiritual today I decided to say the prayer to bless the sacrament. After sacrament I was asked to read from the bible in Sunday school, and after Sunday school I went to elders quorum.

I've only ever conducted elders quorum one time, and conducting is easy. With conducting you just give the announcements, assign opening and closing prayer, and pass the time over to the guy giving the lesson. With a council there is no lesson. It's just a discussion, so my job was to kind of facilitate discussion. Get people talking. I was surprisingly very successful. Today I had a part in every single aspect of church. It went surprisingly well even though I didn't get enough sleep last night.


 No.2027

Today seems to be my day. Cute girl from church called me up randomly to ask me a technology question. I didn't realize it was her # so I didn't pick up. Then she txted me, and we were going back and forth so I called her. Got her questions answered, and solved her problem. She was really grateful for my help.

Then I decide to mess around on my company's little app thing to try to win myself another amazon gift card. I did it. So that's $50 in free money from this app and I've had it for 2 days. If I'm lucky I'll win another 1-2 before this little event is over.


 No.2028

>>2026

>>2027

nice. sounds like the last couple days have been taking an upward turn for you. ride the wave while it lasts tbh.

im not sure what i picked it up but i caught an allergy or a summer flu yesterday that is really kicking my butt. ive been laying down for near 18 hours straight now. some of it awake and lucid, most of it not so much. it was a freak 'instant illness' and i hope it disappears as quickly as it arrived.


 No.2029

>>2028

>sounds like the last couple days have been taking an upward turn for you

Hope it continues.

>im not sure what i picked it up but i caught an allergy or a summer flu yesterday that is really kicking my butt

That sucks. A guy at work has been dealing with something like that too.


 No.2032

>>2029

yeah it's pretty vicious tbh. i think it's mostly passed but i'm going to take it easy and avoid exertion just to be safe


 No.2033

>>2032

Another guy at my work was sick today. I hope I don't catch it. I've had a massive headache all day. Caffeine didn't help. Water didn't help. Just took some Aleve now that I'm home, and I'm gonna eat something even though I'm supposed to be fasting.


 No.2034

>>2033

that wouldn't be cool. i hope you don't catch it either hex.


 No.2035

Today was 1 long boring day. 8 hours in the classroom. My watch showed up 10 minutes before I had to leave for work, and I had to remove links to be able to wear it so I didn't take it with me. My dad offered to remove the links, but he's so rough with things that I felt a lot better about doing it myself. I'm not usually the type to do this sort of thing myself, but it actually wasn't hard at all. My dad gave me some tools he thought would work, but none of them were small enough. I ended up using a thumbtack, needle nose pliers, and a flathead screw driver. Thumbtack pushes the pin out halfway, needle nose pliers pull the pin the rest of the way, and flat head screw driver to push the pin back through to link the watch back together. Ended up removing 3 links to get it to fit. I just finished setting the time.

Overall I love this watch. The only thing that sorta caught me off guard is the hand you would think is the seconds hand actually isn't. It's only for the stop watch, so it just sits pointing to 12. When I first set the time and pushed the crown in and it didn't move I thought it wasn't charged or something. If you look at the pics above the seconds hand is actually the small one near 9.


 No.2036

>>2035

>got the watch

nice. pulling out links from a band is a severe pain in the butt, IMO. it's the only thing i don't like about metal bands.

>stationary stopwatch hand

ok i think that would probably irritate me worse than anything else.


 No.2038

>>2036

>ok i think that would probably irritate me worse than anything else

Yeah it's the only thing about the watch that I don't really like. I don't see myself using the stop watch enough to justify giving it that hand completely. I don't really need to know seconds when I glance at the time though, so no big deal. And if I really do want to know it is there, just off to the side instead of where you would expect.

I also kinda wish I knew whether it was AM/PM, but I suppose after getting it right it doesn't matter since it won't ever be set again as long as I don't let it die. I noticed the date was really close to changing at 12 PM today, so I had to set my time again.


 No.2039

>>2038

And then I notice I forgot to set the alarm hands again. I'm not exactly sure how those work, I assume when you set the alarm to match the clock hands it does the hourly single beep because the other way to set the alarm is to set it while at crown position 1 instead of 2. Setting it that way makes it go off for 20 seconds when a time that is within 12 hours of the current time is hit.


 No.2040

>>2039

Well it's definitely not for that.


 No.2041

>>2040

Guess it must just be so you can accurately set an alarm for up to 12 hours from the current time.


 No.2042

>>2039

>set the alarm to match the clock hands

good luck getting the watch figured out hex. but the greentext reminds me of something. old alarm clocks im old enough digital clocks didn't exist had an extra arm for the alarm set time. it was akin to the hour hand of the normal timekeeping. when the 'alarm time' hand and the 'hour hand' lined up, the alarm sounded. there was always a margin of error. you could trust that it was accurate to within 10 or 15 minutes of what time you intended the alarm to go off.


 No.2043

>>2042

That's interesting I hadn't ever thought of that before, I guess when I think back to old cartoons I remember seeing that on some alarm clocks. I think this is the last time I'm gonna touch the time/date/alarm settings fingers crossed. I doubt I'll ever use the alarm since I can always set a much better alarm on my phone. At least the hands are set correctly now I think


 No.2044

>>2043

>I guess when I think back to old cartoons I remember seeing that on some alarm clocks

>cartoons

oh geez you're making me feel old. i'm not that old damnit


 No.2045

>>2044

Sorry about that :^)

The only alarm clock I ever had that wasn't digital didn't have it, and the first image that comes to mind to picture that is when you are watching something like Looney Tunes and the hands are spinning like crazy then the alarm goes off.


 No.2046

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>>2045

when i was a kid, i learned to tell time with a wind up wrist watch (the power source was a spring coil). i was probably exaggerating in saying digital clocks didn't yet exist. but i do remember clearly my parents wouldn't let me own a digital clock until i had proven to them beyond doubt i could read an analog clock face. the first alarm clock i ever owned was a wind up similar to embed. try looking for such a thing nowadays and i bet it would be difficult to find.


 No.2048

Upon user request I've added a new banner. >>2047 I really should make more banners tbh.

>>2046

As convenient as the digital way is, it isn't nearly as cool as the old way. None of the digital stuff is as nice looking or as well made. The old stuff will last forever with proper care and maintenance.


 No.2049

>>2048

>new banner

noice!

>None of the digital stuff is as nice looking or as well made. The old stuff will last forever with proper care and maintenance.

true tbh. things like that always seem to have a special appeal, like their value is 'timeless' because it potentially is


 No.2050

Well, I definitely caught the cold. My throat is sore, and I'm getting a cough. Sucks tbh. Glad my days off are coming.


 No.2051

>>2050

hope you feel better soon tbh


 No.2052

>>2050

Get better soon Brother. Boredom on sick days is what led me to find this board whilst on my mission still.


 No.2053

>>2052

>>2051

Thanks. Today was tough. It felt like I got worse as the day went on. I ate an entire bag of cough drops plus a few more that my co-worker had on him. My co-workers noticed how bad I was getting and tried to do some of my work for me. I'm grateful for that because I had a fever when I hit the hardest part of the day. Sweat was pouring off of me.

That's not even the worst part of today though. After working hard all day through being sick, I received my assignment. If we were to compare the site I'm currently working at to heaven and hell. I'm going from heaven straight to hell. The job is going to be harder, parking is going to suck, there will be no nice a/c, and the people I work with will be similar to my warehouse job.

Of course I'm going to go in there and do my best, but the only question on my mind is why me? The guys I made friends with are being assigned to another area. 2 of my co-workers right now were also assigned to the same place as me. The cute small girl, and this guy that is a total douche. We likely won't be working close together very often, so none of that matters anyway but still. There isn't much good I'm taking from this right now, but maybe I'll feel better when I get there. Of course this happened for a reason, I just don't know what it is yet.


 No.2054

>>2053

>Of course this happened for a reason, I just don't know what it is yet.

time will tell. if it were me, i'd just chalk it up to them distributing assignments at random and leave it at that. you already know the longest you'll spend there is one year


 No.2055

>>2054

My current manager recommended putting in a transfer request right when I get there if I really hate it. From what I've heard I can't request transfer to the place I'm training at right now because they are in the same city. So I'm not sure what I'm gonna do right now. There are a couple other areas I can transfer to, but I don't know if they are much better. All I know is I'm gonna be seeing some crazy stuff at this place.


 No.2056

>>2055

sounds to me like if you like your daily commute, your only choice is to deal with the crappy building


 No.2057

>>2056

Pretty much. It's either that or transfer somewhere else that potentially sucks, and then try to transfer to where I want to go. Unless there's someone I can talk to about transferring to exactly where I want to go. I dunno if I'm gonna like this commute though. It seems like it's gonna be kind of a pain even though it's still pretty close. It's better than some of the other locations I have the option of going to. I hope it's not as bad as I think it's going to be, but knowing my luck it's probably going to be worse.


 No.2058

>>2057

well, hopefully it's tolerable for you. if not, i guess you can always ask for the change of scenery


 No.2059

>>2058

I drove over there, and it's overwhelming how big the place is. I found the building I'm in, but I see what they mean about parking now. The parking lots go on forever, and I assume they all fill up on weekdays. I could have quite the hike to get to where I need to depending where I end up parking. And when I leave I'll be walking back to my car in the dark. I guess this is the price I pay for all the benefits of working at this company


 No.2060

>>2059

>gigantic parking lot

oh those really suck. had to deal with that once or twice. the worst i ever had to do was on a military base. 45 minute drive from home (15 minutes when there was no traffic), and usually had to park far enough away that it took 10 to 15 minutes to walk from the car to where i needed to be.

>I guess this is the price I pay for all the benefits

hang in there hex. before you know it, one of your benefits will be a reserved parking spot.


 No.2061

>>2060

>hang in there hex

I'm gonna do my best. I never expected to end up where I am now. From NEET with no future to being at the very bottom of a huge company with nowhere to go but up. Everything is open to me if I can just get over how hard this all seems and take advantage of it. It all happened so fast, and i feel like I'm in an entirely new world. This is when I wish I would have been converted early enough to go on a mission, so that exploring these new places didn't seem so intimidating.


 No.2062

>>2061

i might not reply much this week. i plan to keep myself very busy if at all possible. so i'll just see how it goes.


 No.2063

>>2062

Good luck with everything.

I hope I can get my brain to shutdown tonight. My mind is racing thinking about going to that massive facility. I pray that it all works out


 No.2064

I opened up my scriptures on my phone to read the Bible while I was waiting for work to end, and I opened to a scripture that seems like I was meant to see. This is a very rare thing to happen with electronic scriptures since just opening to a random place is a lot harder. I want to go back to paper scriptures for scripture study at home for this reason. This time wasn't completely random, since I had this page open at church because someone read the verses above the verses that stood out to me today. I didn't see these verses when I was at church though. They are from Doctrine and Covenants 121 verses 7 and 8.

>7 My son, peace be unto thy soul; thine adversity and thine afflictions shall be but a small moment;

>8 And then, if thou endure it well, God shall exalt thee on high; thou shalt triumph over all thy foes.


 No.2065

>>2064

>opened to a scripture that seems like I was meant to see.

i remember that feel. came in handy more times than not

>verses

nice one!

and you're right. electronics don't behave in the same way as the old fashioned things. books, dice, and cards you can "sense" sometimes, electronics not so much.


 No.2066

>>2065

Today was crazy, I feel like I had so much help from above. As I was driving to work today, I said a prayer in the car asking for help to get through today. I had absolutely no idea what to expect with any part of my day today. On the drive to the facility, I ended up in the wrong lane and my only hope of getting back into the right one was for the only guy that could let me in to let me in. I put on my signal, and he let me. I was at a light, in a right turn only lane and that guy definitely didn't have to let me in. I said a prayer to thank the Lord for that, because who knows where I would have ended up had that not happened.

When I got there I had no idea where I was supposed to meet the rest of my team besides which building number and that it was on the 2nd floor. I went to that building, and it was huge. I went up the stairs and started to wander around. I finally found the room that I thought I was supposed to be in, but the door had a combination lock on it instead of a badge scanner. I continued to wander around in hopes there was another way in. I couldn't find one.

I wandered back over towards that door, and a guy coming up the stairs asked if I was lost. I told him I was, and what I was looking for. He said follow me. He asked my name, and I said "I'm hex". He said "Nice to meet you, I'm Moses". If that's a coincidence, it's one major coincidence. I get stuck at a door, and a guy name Moses opens it for me. Everything that happened to me today was basically a reminder that I wasn't ever alone even if it sometimes felt like I was.

The work today was 2-3x harder than the work at my training facility, so I'm extremely grateful for all the help I had. When I finally left, I decided not to follow the route my GPS told me to follow. I know both routes home, but something told me not to take the one my GPS said. That instantly looked like a huge mistake once I got on the road. And the further I went the more I could tell that this was not going to be a nice, calm, peaceful ride home.

As I approached the freeway there was bumper to bumper traffic going through the light. I continued forward in my lane behind another guy, and I quickly realized why everything was so backed up. A lanes was closed, so I had to try to get into the other lane which was bumper to bumper traffic. Again a nice person let me in. We went slowly forward for a while, and again another lane was closed bringing us to 1 lane and again a nice person let me in. I've never had such an easy time with traffic as I had today. I was truly shown that the scriptures I read last night were shown to me for a reason. if I endure the adversity, I will always have help.


 No.2068

>>2066

thats a healthy string of "coincidences" hex. keep the faith. it looks good on you.

i planned to do a lot of work outside this week, but i didnt check the weather forecast. it started raining last night and is supposed to continue off & on for a couple days. the dry periods have been just long enough to tease me into thinking i can get back to work at which point it starts raining again.


 No.2070

>>2068

>the dry periods have been just long enough to tease me into thinking i can get back to work at which point it starts raining again

That's unfortunate. Hopefully things clear up soon. I've been working like crazy these last few days at work. Today is my final day of training, and it's an assessment day. I think I actually get a little more training at the other site I sure hope so, they can't possibly expect me to find my way around that place alone


 No.2071

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Some good hex OC on /b/ lately. That jewess rozelli wrote my name on 1 of her titties the other day too. I still don't know how to feel about that one I saved it though tbh


 No.2072

>>2071

>rozelli wrote my name on 1 of her titties

noice!

>>2070

>assessment day.

what does that mean, beyond the obvious?

wewlad. its already friday. ive been out here a full work week. i lost track of my days, so ill take that as a good sign tbh. i want to stay out here working another week as i have direction and a point of focus, but ill need a break soon to rest & recover. its strange, some people may say its just like camping, but apart from the lack of luxury, its nothing like it. when camping your goal is to relax and get through the one or two weeks. out here its a race against the season & the elements. always in the back of my mind is "i have to finish this before winter sets in." when youre camping, nothing of the sort enters your mind. i love this, unironically.


 No.2073

>>2072

>what does that mean, beyond the obvious?

An actual manager watches me work to make sure I do things up to quality and safety standards. Last day of formal training, and I move to my permanent site. They will most likely pair me up with someone at the new site to start off so I get to know the job site, but as far as the things I need to do for the job I'm officially fully trained.

Today I spent a lot of time talking to the girl that is going to the same site as me. After getting to know her I don't know how much I really want to get to know her more. As much as I cuss, she cusses more than me for a girl so quiet. The age gap is also very very apparent. She told me her mom is Mormon, which is probably why I was getting that feeling with her that she was raised in a religious family. I don't know how degenerate she is, but she seems to have an interesting past.

I really got her talking, and I really learned a lot about what she was doing before she got this job. She also really seemed to take an interest in me, and wanted to get to know me better. My first instinct is to stay away. Especially when she told me about how she got in trouble a lot and her parents told her she needed church. So they would send her to the Mormon activities. The way she talked she liked the activities, but didn't really want to be involved with the church outside of it being forced upon her.

It also sounds like her parents make a lot of decisions about her life. They wanted her to be in this company to find a husband, so they are actually the ones that put in the application for her. Another red flag is her parents are now divorced. Almost always a bad idea to get involved with a girl with divorced parents. I'll be a friend to her since we will be co-workers, and I'll know her better than anyone else at the new site but that will be it most likely.

I lost my attraction to her just listening to her talk for a while.

>i lost track of my days, so ill take that as a good sign tbh

Usually a good sign. I definitely notice it at work. When I'm working, and getting things done time goes quickly. When I'm sitting around for hours like I was today time moves slowly and I'm very aware of what time it is at all times. Glad to hear you are making good progress.


 No.2074

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Since I finished the training I got some crap that they hand out to new employees. A "luxury writing instrument" aka a very fancy pen, and a pin. The pen is really nice, so nice that the box comes with a sticker warning you not to try to shove the cap of the pen on the back of the pen because it will damage the pen. It's a 20 dollar pen. Just gives you an idea of the types of people that work at this company. And I'm at the very very bottom level where I can't understand even owning such a thing because paying so much for a pen is absurd to me. That's the kind of money you can make being involved with this place, just a taste of what is to come I suppose.


 No.2075

i came back home today. i worked my ass off this morning and my get up and go got up and went. i'm ready for a break. the rest should serve me well. first thing i did when i got home was take a shower. my god it felt good - better than usual. a few days of being fat dumb and happy, and i'll be ready to go back out there and repeat the process.

>>2073

>cute girl, religious upbringing, divorced parents, black sheep

whew. for the love of god, send her my way, hex. she sounds like just the perfect mix of issues seasoned and stewed to perfection. one of those that you know is poison but they taste so sweet you want to risk it anyway.

>>2074

>entry level mop gets issued a fancy ink pen

wow. i've never seen that before, tbh. not only are they trying to make the statement that they care about their employees but they are doing it with a little finesse and trying to show they want to give you something higher classed than a stenciled t-shirt or ball cap.


 No.2076

I went to the dance tonight and it's another case of why did I even bother? There's only 1 girl that has ever gotten me to dance, and she wasn't there. Even if she was I dunno that I'd have the same courage I had back then. Looking back I still don't know how I did what I did. How I pulled a girl like that for even one date. As much as I'm more confident, I feel weaker in the gospel than I've been in a while because of how much I sin. Everything they say is true about that, when you do these things that you shouldn't do all it does is eat away at you and make you feel unworthy which destroys your social ability in these settings. I've got some work to do to fix this.

Right now all I want to do is forget I even bothered to go to that dance. I am glad I went for a couple reasons, but all going to things like this ever does is make me feel depressed about life. The good: my friend that moved away is back for good and he wants to hang out, I got to talk to some people I haven't in a while, I hung out in the game room with some girls for about an hour and did pretty well. The bad: I didn't dance even once, I didn't try, and I left early because my friend left about an hour earlier.

>>2075

That's good to hear.


 No.2077

I must be the only /b/ mod on most of today. The thread I was talking to some pedo in hasn't been nuked, and I don't plan to do anything about some youtube videos of instagram girls. I thought for sure that thread would be nuked by the time I got home. I dunno how long this can go on. I'm the only mod that doesn't bring the hammer down on this content, but I can't justify cracking down on such things.


 No.2078

>>2076

>when you do these things that you shouldn't do all it does is eat away at you and make you feel unworthy which destroys your social ability in these settings

This is so true. I am glad that you post these things. I have been feeling weak and reading things like this helps.


 No.2079

>>2078

Glad I can help. If I can help even one person through my posts, then even my moments of weakness have a purpose even more than just as reminders that I need to be better myself. The biggest thing to remember is that no one is perfect, and that repentance exists for us to grow and improve. The fact that you or I feel bad about these things means you are a good person at heart, and I think that is far greater than feeling good about everything even while not doing the best you could be doing.


 No.2081

Today when I go to church I have a few new girls to talk to, so I suppose that's a positive. They aren't as cute as the girl I mentioned earlier. The one that got me to dance, the one I took on my first date as a Mormon, the one I used to talk to all the time. But the more girls I talk to the better my chances, right? So, tomorrow I'll talk to them. I didn't get most of their names, but now I have an easy way to ask. "Hey we played some games together at the dance last night, remind me what was your name?" So this is the positive I'm going to take, and while I'm sitting here I'm going to setup the Mutual app. We will see if any of this happens tomorrow. I got that liquid courage right now, more sin sadly


 No.2082

>>2081

>tomorrow

Today** it's after midnight


 No.2083

DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMN

There are so many cute white Mormon girls on this app. Why are none of these girls at church on Sunday. They are all so close, but I don't know any of them


 No.2084

File: 08159aa5329d141⋯.jpg (9.54 KB, 255x288, 85:96, 08159aa5329d1413d9feb280aa….jpg)

>tfw your profile pic on a Mormon dating site is a pic of you drunk

wew


 No.2085

Easiest way to make me swipe down: pic with another dude

Why do they do this?


 No.2086

>see 2 girls from your ward

>swipe down

the cute girls in my ward aren't on this app. that figures. glad to see the girl i like isn't on here tbh. means there's still a chance i hope


 No.2087

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.2088

fuuuuuuuug

i wish i hadnt gone to that dance

on one hand im drunk on the other i got on the mormon dating app

i gotta be up in 6 hours for my meeting at church.

i guess we will see if this was good or erally realy bad


 No.2089

my chink food fortune cookies say: when in doubt follow your heart and a cheerful letter or message is on the way to you

well hopefully ill wake up this morning.


 No.2090

And the question I ask myself every time I do this: Why do I do this to myself?


 No.2091

>>2083

>They are all so close, but I don't know any of them

well, at least you have plenty of options

>>2084

kek

>>2085

too lazy to photoshop probably. or they could do it on purpose to drive guys away. setting themselves up to fail, so to speak

>>2088

heil'd tbh

try not to tally up regrets. just try to do better and avoid them in the first place.


 No.2092

>>2091

Well things only got worse today. I lost my cool little coin that I carry to church with me when I was at church. I'm probably unworthy to carry the thing at this point. It had that Ephesians verse

>Above all, taking the shield of faith, wherewith ye shall be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked.

You know it isn't a coincidence that I lost something like that after what I did.


 No.2093

>>2085

For me it's when they have a baby in the picture. But then in the bio they say it is a nephew or some such.


 No.2094

>>2093

Yeah that's definitely another one. If they have kids I want nothing to do with them. I don't care if they were married and got divorced. I also don't want any girls that have been married before. My friend thinks I'm terrible for thinking like that.


 No.2095

>>2094

I know how you feel. I would not consider them either. It is just too big of a risk. It's made more difficult by the fact that my own mom was a single mother and my parents turned out all right. I love my dad and I am glad that he was willing to marry a single mother, but I don't think I could.


 No.2096

Trend I notice so far with this app: 99% of these girls are white. It's good for my chances, but it's a shame there are so many cute white girls of good moral character in their early to mid 20s unmarried.


 No.2097

>>2095

>I don't think I could.

been there done that, will never ever do it again. from here forward, single mothers are a cum dump, nothing more. it's such a brilliant reaction when you inform them as such - the shock and bewilderment on their faces that no one has ever dared speak such a cold truth to them before


 No.2098

>>2097

As fun as that sounds I'm determined to not have sex before marriage. Even though I've obviously already broken the Word of Wisdom multiple times. I'm really hoping to get myself back on track. Between that and pornography I've got some serious work to do.


 No.2099

>>2098

>not have sex before marriage

good on you for it, but i always considered it one of my huge regrets, but that might be some bitterness left over from my 'virgin' wife telling me she wasn't a virgin, after she divorced me. there were a lot of things she confessed to after she wasn't trying to keep the peace anymore. i should have never married her tbh.

hopefully that dating app helps you accomplish the goal. maybe the reason there are so many locals who don't attend your ward is they work on sundays or they feel they are "less", sinners who feel they don't deserve or some weird logic like that.


 No.2100

>>2099

I can definitely see why it would be a regret in that situation. I'm holding out hope that I find a girl to marry that is so strong in the gospel that she wouldn't even risk doing it before marriage. I know a few but I don't know if I'll end up with any of them.

>sinners who feel they don't deserve or some weird logic like that

I know a guy like that, so I wouldn't doubt there are girls like that too. Depending on the sin I can look past that. Obviously I'm not sinless, I've had problems with the Word of Wisdom and pornography lately. The Word of Wisdom is really hard as a convert that has done drugs and alcohol, and is having trouble reaching my goal. Same goes for pornography, and the reason for that one is that one is the same. Temptation is really difficult to deal with when unmarried and beyond a certain age.

I know a lot of girls stick to family wards, and I know a my ward had some sort of bad reputation at some point. Dunno what that reputation was, but the only reputation it has now is not enough girls.


 No.2101

>>2100

>I know a few but I don't know if I'll end up with any of them

The girl I would give almost anything for is a blonde haired, blue eyed, daughter of a convert who became a bishop at a very young age. She's 5 years younger than me. Absolutely perfect. Her dad actually spoke at my ward today, and the subject was obedience. Another one of those coincidences, right? I've been thinking about her constantly since she came back, but I haven't seen her since we talked last. And when I mess up it just happens that her dad speaks in my ward about the importance of obedience.

She is so strong in the gospel that she was worried that you could see her garment while wearing a very modest shirt. It wasn't cut in any way to expose anything at all, but it still worried her that when she had to crouch down while playing this game called "the knot game" that people would be able to see part of her garment. When she brought that up to me I was instantly in love. Probably the hottest thing a girl has ever said to me as weird as that sounds.


 No.2102

>>2101

>worried that someone might see her undergarments … When she brought that up to me I was instantly in love

this actually makes sense to me. modesty is a virtue that's lost on a lot of people today.

>>2100

>my ward had some sort of bad reputation at some point

it could be that something spoiled the milk there, and a lot of them left and nothing will ever convince them to come back.


 No.2103

>>2102

>this actually makes sense to me

>modesty is a virtue that's lost on a lot of people today.

If I get another chance with her at any point I'm gonna make sure that no one else ever does.

>it could be that something spoiled the milk there, and a lot of them left and nothing will ever convince them to come back

With how much turn over YSA wards have you would think eventually it would fix itself, but I guess if something ends up with a bad reputation with Mormons that word spreads quickly and probably takes a lot to change


 No.2104

>>2102

>modesty is a virtue that's lost on a lot of people today

I blame feminism. Women are trying to be like men and they are becoming very unhappy. I am looking forward to the collapse that will inevitably happen within the next 20 years.


 No.2105

>>2104

>Women are trying to be like men and they are becoming very unhappy.

so true, and possibly the least attractive thing a woman can do tbh


 No.2106

>>2105

>the least attractive thing a woman can do tbh

Absolutely. Women are acting like men and it is ruining relationships. Most men don't want to marry another man. And women are being told that a strong woman is basically a man according to movies. Being feminine is weak. It's pretty discussing. I don't like it when women drink, swear, have tattoos, sleep around, and are very career focused. Being manly is not attractive to men.


 No.2107

>>2106

>Being manly is not attractive to men

too true. i know i've said as much on youtube comment sections. speaking of, it's a shame that even the girls today who want to take a feminine role turn to youtube for information and find instruction and role models from figures like lauren southern or blonde in the belly of the beast. those are not role models. those are 'strong modern women' acting like men but under a subtle guise of acting feminine. those are not feminine role models. feminine role models aren't on youtube. they are at home, raising their children and making her man's house into a home. it's a shame our sense of community is so completely fucked that girls are actually looking for how to be proper girls but they can't find the answers because it doesn't exist outside of religious households.


 No.2108

>>2107

> those are 'strong modern women' acting like men but under a subtle guise of acting feminine

They are pretty looking men.

>it doesn't exist outside of religious households

So true. Women are being raised to either be men or large children. There actually used to be charm or finishing schools that taught women how to get husbands. These might make a comeback.

If I did not have the option to find church girls I would probably just go full MGTOW. It does not help that so many young women are overweight and obese. It is just ugly. Even from a non-aesthetic approach, they are unhealthy, won't be able to run or hike with me, and it is just not comfortable to cuddle when a woman weighs more than I do.


 No.2109

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Apparently I missed something.


 No.2110

>>2109

there was a huge CP dump on /b/ last night and a 2 hour window where no mods were online. actual CP, not instagram pics.


 No.2111

>>2110

Kinda surprised Way wasn't around. He's usually on top of it. I'm only ever online before and after work, and weekends so they chose the perfect time to do it to avoid me. Dysnomia and omlet seem to moderate the most around the time I get home from work. It's actually probably a really good thing dysnomia hid the names on the mod log. Makes it a lot harder to know our schedules especially now that mailman isn't around anymore. I can't really fill his role because I work 2nd shift, I'm just kind of a meme mod tbh. I also don't stop instagram pics, but the guys posting those aren't the same as the ones spamming cp if I had to guess.


 No.2112

>>2111 (checked)

>I also don't stop instagram pics

i don't blame you. i wouldn't either if i were a mod. i think it's stupid

>no names on the mod log make it harder to track schedules

i never thought of it that way but that's a really good point


 No.2113

>>2112

forgot the trip, sorry


 No.2114

Today was the best day of work so far at this new facility. I got teamed up with a different person today, and our run was pretty cool. All he does is go and get a company truck, and drive around the entire facility. We finished everything 3 hours early and sat around the rest of the day. I'd love to get a run like that. I'm still gonna try to transfer back to where I trained though tbh. I dunno if I'll accept the transfer though if I do get it granted. After doing that run, and seeing some of the stuff that is easily accessible to me being at this facility there is a part of me that wants to stay.


 No.2115

>>2114

> I'm still gonna try to transfer back to where I trained though tbh. I dunno if I'll accept the transfer though if I do get it granted

i don't understand. why would you request a transfer to then refuse it when granted?


 No.2116

>>2115

not doing so good with the tripcode last couple days. im not sure what i mistyped, but oh well


 No.2117

>>2115

Transfers go by seniority, so if I want to guarantee that I get first chance to move to that location if something opens up I need to put it in now. I don't want to wait until I know for sure whether I want to stay or not because by then it could be too late. I'll most likely accept it just for the nicer commute, and the quieter office setting.


 No.2118

>>2117

oh i understand now. in that respect it's more of a long term thing.


 No.2124

Today was an interesting day. The guy that was training me drove us to the parking lot where he was parked, got out of the truck, and told me to go drive around by myself. I dunno if I'm even supposed to be driving the truck, but I did. I had never driven a truck before, so it was different. I got into the drivers seat after he left, and I was like how do I even take this out of park? Then I remembered the lever on the steering wheel.

I drove around this massive facility, and got all kinds of lost. He told me to meet him at a specific place after lunch, and I had no idea how I was supposed to do that with no map. There was about 10 minutes left of our 30 minute lunch, and I had been driving around the entire time trying to find the place. I said a prayer asking for help, and drove around for another 9 minutes. Then I found it with 1 minute to spare.


 No.2129

>>2124

just in the nick of time, eh? not only that but throwing you off into the deep end to sink or swim can really implant things in your memory banks like that, so in the long run he probably did you a favor.

it finally stopped raining over here. if i had to wager a guess, id say it wont rain again until autumn.


 No.2135

Trying to figure out how to say hi here, guess I'll just jump in. I'm married and I have 6 kids. In my 30s. Had a remote dev job for the last few years, left a little while ago to take a contract, starting a new full-time job that will require a cross-country move and be in-office in a few weeks. Traveling to and fro in the interim.

Doesn't sound like I'm the oldest one here since there's someone who didn't grow up with digital clocks. :-P


 No.2142

File: ebb9f2f579d6a09⋯.jpg (368.68 KB, 1000x1333, 1000:1333, 69975cefb1b0eaf1202d185815….jpg)

>>2135

welcome to the board!


 No.2143

>>2135

welcome to /lds/. enjoy your stay tbh

>Doesn't sound like I'm the oldest one here

i'm in my 40's, but i'm not a mormon so i don't count :-P

i mostly just hang out ITT and leave the other threads to the rest of you.


 No.2146

hex what's your email?


 No.2147

>>2146

Not this guy, but if you've got a Discord gibe fam


 No.2149

>>2135

>a remote dev job

Must be nice. I'm about to give up on my degree in computer science/IT because no one wants white guys anymore. I talked to a career adviser in my company today and he told me to aim for these really high level jobs in my union. If I can do that I'll make double what I make right now to start, and within a few years I'll be making 4-5 times what I make now. I'd be crazy not to at this point, I just don't see the money in my degrees like I see the money in these union jobs.

>>2146

Why do you want it? I don't ever check it. You may as well just post whatever you have to say here tbh.

>>2147

I don't have one.


 No.2150

>>2147

I'm extremely distrustful of discord.

>>2149

>Why do you want it? I don't ever check it. You may as well just post whatever you have to say here tbh.

I don't really need a good way to talk to you long-term I'd just rather say something privately than publicly where anyone who might be lurking can read it. Do you mind just make a throwaway one on cock.li or something?


 No.2151

>>2150

Alright here's the throwaway I use around 8chan:

hex@8chan.co


 No.2152

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Alright it's story time once again. It's about that girl at work. When I said I lost my attraction to her I was so wrong. She's way too cute, but it's so bad for me. Every day at work we sit together while we wait for the day to start, and at the end of the night before we clock out. We always clock out together, and leave at the same time so we can hike back to our cars together. Almost everything I learn about her tells me I should avoid her, but of course it isn't ever that easy when you are a man.

The other day we were walking and talking about stuff. She asked what I do on my weekends, and I told her nothing on Saturdays but on Sundays I go to church. She goes on a long rant about how she doesn't ever want to go to church. How her mom is a Mormon and thinks she should go, but she doesn't want to because church is just a bunch of people talking about why they believe in God. I didn't argue with her, I didn't have time to argue. At the end of her rant we part ways and tell each other see you tomorrow.

The next day it's like she wants to be super close to me all the time. She's asking me all kinds of questions and seems more interested in me than usual. She asks why I don't eat lunch, and I tell her it's because I'm intermittent fasting to try to lose weight. She tells me that I'm cute the way I am and don't need to lose any weight. I said "you think so?" and she said "yeah". Then she gets up to get to work and as she's leaving she said "bye" in one of those seductive tones and I gave her a look and said "see you later". She looked at me for a second, smiled, and left.

While we walked back to our cars after work we talked some more about what we do in our spare time. This time she mentioned how she likes to go to a certain place with her friends to drink beer. She said some other stuff that really showed her immaturity, and that she is a bit stuck up. Not too surprising given that both her parents worked at this company, which means she grew up pretty well off. Everyone I meet with parents in this company comes across as a stuck up rich kid.

When she asked me what kinds of things I do I told her I hadn't really been doing much besides that I went to a dance recently, and it wasn't great. This time she got a bit more hostile towards Mormons in general, and said that I didn't have fun because it was a Mormon dance. Again, no time to argue and why bother arguing with someone that is so immature to begin with? Talking about drinking like she's just the coolest girl ever because she can drink when she's underage. Not that I can really talk too much crap in that regard, I was probably the same way when I was able to get alcohol at 13. Given that she's a 19 year old girl, she probably has about the maturity level of a 13 year old boy.

Yesterday we talked a bit before work about what my career adviser told me. I offered to help her start the process herself, and gave her some advice on where to start. She also asked if I could help her with a test that she has to do from training. We planned to meet up on Monday before work so I can help her out. After work we were walking together and she's walking really close to me kinda bumping her body against mine as we walk.

She tells me that she believes in God but that she still doesn't want to go to church. I'm starting to think that there may be a bit more to this girl. I don't press her on it, instead I change the subject to how she likes the job plan they are having her take over at work. She tells me about how she found some books that she can read on her phone after she finishes her job plan 3-4 hours early. We talk about what we will do on the weekend, and then we part ways again. "See you Monday" we both tell each other.

I don't know what to think about this girl. Besides that I think she is into me. She told me that her mom wanted her to get this job because she will meet a nice older man to marry. Of course her mother is a Mormon, and predicts something like that. And of course she meets me a Mormon man who is older than her looking for a cute girl to marry.


 No.2153

>>2152

Make children with her. As commanded by High-Priest Varg Vikernes.


 No.2154

fuck. my dad just died. if its not too much to ask please say a prayer for my family.


 No.2155

>>2152

It sounds like a disaster waiting to happen. She sounds immature and will probably turn on you if she finds someone better. Don't do it. It might be fun but you are playing with fire.


 No.2156

>>2150

>No Discord

b-but I wanted to talk with you in private ;_;


 No.2157

>>2154

Will do, my friend. I'm sorry about your loss.

>>2155

That's exactly what I feel too.

>>2156

Discord is a datamining service


 No.2158

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>>2157

When in doubt, watch MGTOW videos.

mod edit: removed MGTOW kike videos. any more of this posted here will be permabanned.

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 No.2159

>>2158

>MGTOW

I should ban you for posting this kikery here.


 No.2160

>>2159

If I didn't have the option of finding a pure wife in the church I would probably go monk.


 No.2161

>>2160

As arrogant as it may seem for me to think having a vision for this board means anything, my vision for this board is for it to become a place of hope, and faith that there is a path for us. I understand most Mormons don't end up in a place like this, so this board is unlikely to become anything.

But the last thing I want is for this board to become 8/b/ for Mormons. A place where Mormons take the blackpill and succumb to kike subversion. It's bad enough 8/b/ has already fallen to the MGTOW jews let alone a board for people that are in the best possible place to succeed in accomplishing the goal of the extension of their race. Anything MGTOW will be ruthlessly purged as it was on /pol/ before codemonkey took it over. I don't agree with everything the /pol/ moderators did, but purging MGTOW cancer is one of the best things you can do.

The moment you give in to MGTOW jewery is the moment you declare your defeat. The MGTOW kikes will tell you that you are strong for giving up on your biological role, just as the feminists told the women they were strong for denying their biological roles and rejecting their purpose. MGTOW is the other side of the feminist coin, removing the role of men through subversion. Cultural Marxism through and through.


 No.2162

>>2161

MGTOW is cancer. I can agree with this statement. MGTOW is literally saying that the fight is lost, so you might as well have fun. It is a defeatist attitude that will lead to the death of (white) western culture.

I don't think that all is lost. I think that marriage is a good thing. And tbh there are MGTOWs that also think this. The videos that I linked were more about what to look for in women to avoid problems, the guy is an arab that has slept around a lot but has also seen the ultra traditional family of his muslim parents. He has a pretty interesting view of things. But the problem is that both men and women have lost, or were never taught, how marriage should work. Women are more depressed than ever, 70% of divorce is initiated by women, and most marriages don't last.

Finding the right woman is a minefield. Especially in the secular world. But this does not mean that one should give up. Good women still exist. I am determined to find one.

As for being blackpilled. I don't think I am. I am more convinced than ever that the church and traditionalism is the only way. It is the iron rod that will lead to happiness. I see the people in the great and spacious building having fun and saying to "sleep around, have fun, kids will just hold you back", and they laugh at the idea of traditionalism. Finding a good woman is one of my biggest motivators to live righteously, how can I expect more than I am willing to give.


 No.2163

>>2162

>Finding a good woman is one of my biggest motivators to live righteously, how can I expect more than I am willing to give.

Good.

I spent more time with that girl from work today, and the more I learn about her the more I feel I need to stay away. This girl is poison. It would be so much fun, but I'd throw everything away in the process. How can a girl so cute, so soft spoken, so small and delicate be so corrupt? I don't think she wants to be, and I do see good in her, but there is so much wrong. And I don't think she wants to change that.

I don't want to be one of those guys that thinks he can save a girl like this, so I know I need to resist all the temptation. If I wasn't a Mormon I'd at least fug, but of course since I am I can't do that. It's a shame too because I can just imagine how much fun it would be. The impure thoughts are so bad right now. Hopefully one of us will be granted our transfer soon so I can get far away from her.


 No.2164

>>2163

i would love to take her off your hands, hex. she sounds like my perfect flavor of poison tbh.


 No.2165

>>2164

She wanted to buy me something today, but I turned it down. She was like you need to eat something, you don't ever eat lunch. I told her again I'm trying to burn some more fat so I have more muscle definition. She insists I don't need to. She was telling me she wants to gain weight. She apparently weighs 100 right now and wants to be 120. I like her the way she is tbh. Of course she would be hot either way, but I just imagine what I could do to a body that small. I threw bags around in the warehouse that weighed as much or more than her. I need to get my mind off of this, but I don't know if it's going to be possible. It doesn't help that I'm starting my lifting routine back up after about a month of not doing it. My testosterone levels are probably higher than they have been in a while.


 No.2166

>>2165

>She apparently weighs 100 right now and wants to be 120.

oh god no. if anything she needs to lose 10 pounds, but thats being really picky. tell her your fren said she was great as-is


 No.2168

>>2166

If they ever give her her own job sheet I have an idea of how to spend more time with her. She's still working with another girl as a team, and they finish before lunch every day. Assuming she gets that job sheet as her assignment, and can finish early once she's on her own I have an idea. Mine requires a truck, her's doesn't. What I'd like to do is ask for her #, so we can get in contact with each other off radio and I can swing by wherever she is and pick her up. We are allowed to help each other once we finish our work, but usually what people do is get on the radio and ask if anyone needs help.

I don't really need help to finish my work, but it would be a lot more fun. I may talk to her about it when she's rolling solo, and has things down. I kinda wonder if they ever will have her go solo though. Me, her and another guy all went to this facility after training together. Me and the other guy are on our own. She isn't.


 No.2169

>>2168

>I have an idea of how to spend more time with her.

>more

hex, just 2 days ago you were calling her poison - acknowledging how you needed to keep this girl at arns length, etc etc. did you change your mind?


 No.2170

>>2169

>did you change your mind?

No. This is just kinda how I am. I put myself into situations I probably shouldn't. I have a pretty strong idea of what I want to accomplish for myself, and I'm pretty sure she isn't part of it. But while I figure all of that out, I may as well have some fun because I have no idea what I'm going to do. As long as I don't compromise on what I'm trying to accomplish it should be fine.


 No.2171

>>2170

tread carefully. you dont need me to warn you of the risks. seriously though, i would love to take her off your hands.


 No.2172

>>2171

>tread carefully

Will do. I have greater things in mind for myself. I have this feeling that one of us will get transferred within a month or so anyway, so I'm not too worried about anything. I wish I had a better idea of what I should do right now, when I have no plan this type of thing is what I do. The good thing is that when I do these crazy things it always reinforces how strongly I believe that my path is the correct path even if it is harder and taking a lot longer than I expect it to take.

So far the Mutual app is doing nothing for me. Almost 2 weeks in and not a single match. My friend's wife still has her profile up on this app I swiped up :^), I guarantee she doesn't still use it. Just never deleted it even after 5 months of being married because it has been long forgotten. It makes me wonder how many others are like that, how many other profiles on this app are unused and will never be used again but still displayed to me instead of being pruned from the list for being inactive.

I saw the companion of the missionary I used to write to today. She didn't recognize me, or if she did she didn't say anything. I didn't say anything either though. I wanted to ask her if she had heard anything from her old companion, but I guess that doesn't matter. If I haven't heard anything from her in this long, then why bother?


 No.2173

>>2172

>Mutual app is doing nothing for me

oh that sucks. maybe you'll have some luck with it eventually

>how many other profiles on this app are unused and will never be used again but still displayed

i know i have a few profiles spread across various platforms that i abandoned years ago. i wouldnt be able to access those accounts if i wanted to. it was one of the things that made me realize internet dating was good for random hookups but terrible for finding life partners. maybe youll have better luck than me.

>the missionary I used to write to

i thought for sure my intuition about her was right, hex. its a shame that didnt pan out. my apologies if i guided you down the wrong path.


 No.2174

>>2173

>i thought for sure my intuition about her was right, hex. its a shame that didnt pan out. my apologies if i guided you down the wrong path

I thought the same thing as you did, so if you were wrong we both were. But that's alright the only thing to do is to move on and see where things end up. I know things will work out, I just don't know how yet.

All I can do right now is focus on my own development, so the biggest thing for me is that I need to get this high level union job. If I can do that it will set me up to be able to support a family. Someone once told me that when you are doing the things that you should be doing, you tend to meet the people that you need to meet. Maybe things will improve once I'm on the path to my career. I kinda already am, but the very beginning stages.

I'll meet with the career adviser again next week to setup a plan to achieve my goals. It won't be easy, but I'm determined to make something of myself before it's too late. I know I was put into this company for a reason, and I thought that reason was to pursue a career with my degree. The feeling I get tells me to forget about that useless scrap of paper and get the guaranteed money. Maybe later my degree will become more profitable than the guaranteed money, but for now I'm gonna go after what I know I can get.


 No.2175

>>2174

>All I can do right now is focus on my own development, so the biggest thing for me is that I need to get this high level union job.

sounds like a solid plan to me tbh


 No.2176

Just got home from a BBQ at my friend's house. My other friend's parents bought a bunch of fireworks, so I lit a bunch of stuff. I also helped a little girl light stuff. She wasn't strong enough to light the lighter, so I'd light it and she would grab my hand/wrist and guide it to the fuse. Too bad the only single girls there to see that were my friend's sister and her friend. Both fat. They thought it was so cute though.


 No.2177

>>2176

>She wasn't strong enough to light the lighter, so I'd light it and she would grab my hand/wrist and guide it to the fuse

that's just freaking adorable!


 No.2178

Well I finally got my first match on Mutual. Apparently when you get a match you have 7 days to start a conversation. Cute face, but could stand to lose a few pounds. Maybe 10-15, so not horrible. I can't really complain that much since I'd like to lose about that much weight too tbh. It's a start. I'm gonna send her a message. She lives really close to me, so I wonder why she doesn't come to church at my ward.

>>2177

it really was.


 No.2179

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>>2178

>got my first match on Mutual.

nice. hopefully it leads somewhere. good luck.

we buried my dad. it's bittersweet, of course. i'm glad he's in a better place but i sure miss him. we all do.

a friend of mine that i always ask to keep an eye out said she might know a girl i'd be interested in. i haven't heard back on it yet, but it's a possibility. i know i could really use the company right about now.


 No.2180

>>2179

>nice. hopefully it leads somewhere. good luck.

So far she hasn't answered me, but apparently my friend knows this girl. She is a widow. Husband killed himself. Not sure how I feel about all of that. No kids, so that's a plus. I'm gonna talk to her and see what happens, but I hope I get some more matches tbh.

>i'm glad he's in a better place but i sure miss him

I can only imagine, I've never lost someone really close to me tbh.

>a friend of mine that i always ask to keep an eye out said she might know a girl i'd be interested in

That would be cool, hope that works out


 No.2181

Hey, I'm on 2 Nephi atm, but it's going to take a couple of months till I'm baptized, since I couldn't back in 2016 due to a couple of family issues.

I need to clear myself of a couple of meds that make me extremely tired but I'm pretty sure I'll make it soon.

My only problem is that I've been brainwashed by MGTOW content and that I need some deprogramming to believe that it's impossible for romantic relationships to work

Also, I constantly post in /b/ with a spider


 No.2182

>>2181

>My only problem is that I've been brainwashed by MGTOW content and that I need some deprogramming to believe that it's impossible for romantic relationships to work

Have you had much interaction with Mormon girls? That will change your mind pretty quickly tbh. It becomes pretty obvious they are different than normal girls with just some basic interaction.

>Also, I constantly post in /b/ with a spider

I've been wondering about you. You seemed to have more knowledge about Mormonism than the average /b/ poster. Definitely stick around here, and I'll help you in any way that I can.


 No.2183

>>2181

>>2182

I agree with hex about the mormon girl thing. There is a difference. There is a huge focus on purity and honoring the husband as the head of the household. Having sex outside of marriage is a massively discouraged activity.


 No.2184

>>2182

Incoming Wall of Text:

I haven't had much interaction with Mormon girls, I had hardcore social anxiety the year I was going to get baptized, so it was pretty difficult to go anywhere else but service during Sundays. I do feel like going back but I want to make sure I'm making the right choice.

I've read a lot of stuff from /r/exmormon, but then again, they're also biased and there's no a "middle ground" for their claims.

>You seemed to have more knowledge about Mormonism than the average /b/ poster.

Yeah, I've read a lot about all different religions and Mormonism was one of my main interests. Since I live in a gated neighborhood it was pretty difficult to get missionaries to tell me everything, and I got a lot of looks from family members, mostly because there's even a Catholic shrine in the neighborhood.

I just went to Mormon.org, and gave them my info and missionaries came here in a span of a couple of days, it was quite nice (they were quite surprised). It was easy to communicate with the missionaries, since my English is perfectly fluent (I'm in North Mexico) and I preferred to speak English with them at times. I do make slight mistakes at times when writing after 2014.

Time for the Brazil and Argentina memes, but sometimes I get mistaken for being hwhite. People that usually have enough money and education in Northern Mexico have these traits due to inheritance from their ascendancy, while those that are more indigenous didn't get dealt that much of a good hand economically

However, at one point I got restricted from all access to Mormonism since I was underage, couldn't even drive to service, and due to excessive family pressure with Catholicism.

I might convert and even go to an exchange program to BYU, to be honest.

I've got three downsides to getting to this path though.

1. Medication: Apart from what I take for treatment resistant depression, I take quite a bit of medication for a slight injury I had during 2014, but I'm tapering down from it since my brain seems to have recovered almost completely (My baseline IQ was 132, I got tested in 2014 and got a 106, got retested early this year and even under heavy sedation I got 128 points. Wew, only lost four points).

These meds are heavily sedating and I can't drive unless I taper, which will take a long time. I will be reading the Triple Combination in the meantime.

2. MGTOW Programming + Zero Libido: Self-explanatory, their stupid ideology really got to my head, but mostly from this one guy called Stardusk/Thinking-Ape which was the most rational and non-misogynistic one which actually seemed sound. At this point, marriage scares the sh*t out of me. The low libido and the content mutually reinforced each other, and as of now, I do want to recover what I lost in both departments.

3. Recent loss of faith: I lost my faith in Christianity, I spent a lot of time in /christian/, but after reading about the Historical Jesus my faith got pretty much destroyed. Got a bit into Eastern philosophy, especially Advaita Vedanta and Kashmir Shaivism, but I never really got a knack for it.

I was also choosing between being an Adventist, a Church of Christ, or an Orthodox Christian (little sister of the Whore of Babylon that's been mentioned by just about every denomination and reformer as well as in 1 Nephi).

Pretty sure the Spirit will return to me soon if I put my heart to it and I'll get back in track

Apart from that, I'm a bit self-conscious that I'll probably get baptized a bit late, at 23, but I'm sort of excited about serving a mission.

That's all I've got to say for now, and that Laman and Lemuel are complete idiots after basically having every sign being shown to them to still refuse to believe in the revaluations their older brother obtained.


 No.2185

>>2184

>I've read a lot of stuff from /r/exmormon

A redditors opinion on the religion is going to be highly skewed by the cultural marxist brainwashing they have received. They throw their religion away for some upvotes from the liberal circlejerk. They are choosing the easier path because they are too weak, and they think that acceptance by the mainstream is more important.

>Medication

I don't have much advice here, except do what is best for you.

>MGTOW Programming

Immerse yourself in the church, and don't worry about any of this. The MGTOW cultural marxist ideology will be erased over time. Just keep an open mind about the girls you will meet, and you will notice the difference very quickly.

>Pretty sure the Spirit will return to me soon if I put my heart to it and I'll get back in track

It will.

>Apart from that, I'm a bit self-conscious that I'll probably get baptized a bit late, at 23

That's years earlier than me. You have the option of serving a mission, I didn't. I'd definitely recommend doing it, even though I have no experience. I know that missions strengthen people in ways that are extremely valuable.

>Laman and Lemuel are complete idiots after basically having every sign being shown to them to still refuse to believe in the revaluations their older brother obtained

One thing you will notice about the Book of Mormon is the pride cycle. The people will start out strong in the faith, they will glorify God, and then once they are prosperous, wealthy, etc, they become prideful. And if you think about where society is right now, we are very prosperous so people are very prideful. Pride is the downfall of everyone every single time in the Book of Mormon. It's the same reason people end up on places like /r/exmormon. At one point in their lives they felt that things were shown to them that were divine in nature. They felt the spirit in their lives. But for some reason later in life they change their minds and think their worldly knowledge is worth more than those spiritual things that happened to them earlier. Then they get positive reinforcement from the rest of society, so it's easy to just throw it all out. This path is not easy, and I won't try to tell you that it is. But it is worth pursuing.


 No.2186

>>2185

Also, I see your thread on /b/ about MGTOW. That place will not give you any positive advice. Don't bother. Crabs in a bucket the lot of them.


 No.2187

>>2185

I mean, being honest, some /r/exmormon told me he was actually gay and loved cum so that's pretty much what made me think he was way off the 'middle ground' and shows the spirit of Reddit.

>>2186

Most people there are probably 14 tbh, still it's a pretty active board and mewch and spacechan aren't appealing since it's rozellichan and the other one's just exponentially more hentai than usual in NSFW boards.


 No.2188

>>2187

>shows the spirit of Reddit

Yep. I've heard there are some people in the church that have homosexual thoughts, but have managed to suppress them and do what's right. They are stronger men than that redditfag. He gave into his own temptations and weakness, but if that's the path he chooses that's the path he chooses.

>still it's a pretty active board

I definitely won't tell you not to use it, I am a /b/ mod after all. I just wouldn't go there expecting good advice. The people on /b/ are jaded, miserable, and want everyone else to feel as badly as they do. I've tried my best to help them, but I don't think I've actually gotten through to anyone.


 No.2189

>>2181

>I need some deprogramming to believe that it's impossible for romantic relationships to work

tbh my biggest deprogramming tool in this regard has been time and loneliness. being alone is pretty crippling, and the need for companionship starts to kick in and the reasons i would avoid or lack faith in relationships start getting ignored.

>>2180

>She is a widow. Husband killed himself.

personally, i would give a widow a free pass, even if she did have kids. the husband killing himself will add some trauma, some baggage. i won't fault you for wanting to avoid her.


 No.2190

>>2189

>being alone is pretty crippling

Definitely true. It's good that he's realizing how cancerous MGTOW is now. If I could go back 5-7 years and be his age, and be part of this church I would have no doubt that I would be successful in achieving my goal. I wasn't MGTOW from consuming their propaganda but I had a very negative outlook on the prospect of finding a good woman. I didn't think they existed anymore, and that was 100% because of my own experience.

My experience obviously was biased by the people I was surrounded with though. I was hanging out with a drug dealer, and the girls he found on tinder. Even if that is how a lot of girls are, the only way to find the ones that aren't like that is to put in the work required. I definitely think spending time around Mormon girls will change his mind faster than he could ever imagine.

>personally, i would give a widow a free pass

Right now I don't have a lot of options, so if she ever answers my message I'll talk to her. I'm going to invite her to come to church at my ward since she does live near me. Even if we don't click I think it would be good for her and my ward as a whole if she came.


 No.2191

im fighting myself really hard today between hiding under a rock and not. like my mind is chasing itself in circles. that probably doesnt even make sense, but whatever. if i go silent for a bit, dont take it as an insult.


 No.2193

Well it looks like I'm getting a new calling again. Moving from elders quorum secretary to a counselor. Other than that today was a pretty normal day at church. That girl still hasn't answered my message, so it's looking like getting my first match on mutual was completely meaningless. We will see if I get another one I suppose.


 No.2194

>>2191

>if i go silent for a bit, dont take it as an insult

No problem. Do whatever is best for you


 No.2196

I think Way is trying to sabotage my moderation efforts on /b/. He removes 90% of my bans while handing out unjustifiable bans of his own. I always hated his moderation style, but this is getting really annoying. I'm about to start removing his bans and see how he likes it.


 No.2197

>>2196

It's either him or remedy. Based on the timing of mod actions I would say it's him.


 No.2198

>>2193

I was actually going to ask about that, how much time do callings take? Since I'm going to be quite busy with work I'm not sure how much time would callings take. I don't mind them at all, but I also need to get the bread, if you get me.

Also, I think there's an LDS dating app. Let me give you some advice with relationships that might be even a bit blasphemous. Think of yourself as a demigod, fake it till you make it and the ego will inflate itself like a gigantic balloon. Also, I never believed in this kind of total bullshit like coaches, but Corey Wayne is the best guy I've found on YT when it comes to advice with women. He's got an audiobook you can find at ABB.

Another question, how's swearing taken in general in the LDS community? I'm prone to swearing so I might have to cut it down.

>>2194

/b/ is poison. I mean, I still post there, but you probably get what I mean. What's always worked in my small groups and servers is an autocratic ruler that considers the decisions of the userbase but that ends up taking the decisions himself.

This can't be the case for /b/ due to the post rate, though.


 No.2200

>>2194

its not even good for me. its just something i do. something ive always done when stressed. the only time i havent was when i was doing drugs.

>>2198

>/b/ is poison

upboat tbh

>>2196

if the ban were unfair or not justified, i could see that, but from what i remember youre not in the habit of handing out unjustified bans


 No.2201

>>2198

>I was actually going to ask about that, how much time do callings take?

It really depends on the calling, but you won't ever be asked to do something that you can't do. Work takes precedent over your calling. The church works around your schedule when it comes to callings. Some callings are definitely easier than others though. Being in the elders quorum presidency, I am asked to be at church early a lot. If I ever couldn't make it, it would be fine though. I'd just let the president know that I couldn't make it, and it would be no big deal.

>Also, I think there's an LDS dating app

That's what I'm using

>Another question, how's swearing taken in general in the LDS community?

Avoid it at all costs. People will forgive you if you slip up, but do your best to clean up your language. I have only slipped up 2 times in the year and a half I've been in the church so it's definitely possible to correct quickly.

>>2200

>but from what i remember youre not in the habit of handing out unjustified bans

I handed out 3 3 days bans for cancer posting with cancer post histories, all 3 were removed. Then today some faggot posted a cuck thread and his post history was pure cancer so I perma'd him knowing he would just switch proxies anyway. Ban removed after 30 minutes. Basically what I've learned about moderation is you start by handing out a short ban to tell them that you notice what they are doing and will act on it. When they do it again you start handing out longer bans and even permabans and it stops pretty quick because no one wants to switch proxies constantly. Sometimes when I know the user is just trying to make the board worse I'll hand out a permban straight up because he's most likely the same guy that does it every single day.


 No.2202

>>2201

Before I stepped down as a mod last time the mod team left each others bans alone, so I'm not used to someone consistently undoing my bans.


 No.2203

It sounds like the girl at work is finally gonna go solo pretty soon. I'm gonna talk to her about meeting up when we finish our work. Tomorrow she will be shown what to do, so she will be in a team again. After work when we talk about how the day went I'll bring it up. Either I can help her finish her work, or she can help me finish mine every day. Then we can find something to do together to kill whatever time is left. I've been finishing with 1 1/2 - 2+ hours to kill, and that isn't much fun by myself. I'm sure she would rather have someone to hang out with too


 No.2204

>>2202

makes sense. and if youre only talking about 3 day bans, nobody should touch those anyway, being over so quickly.

>>2203

>It sounds like the girl at work is finally gonna go solo pretty soon. I'm gonna talk to her about meeting up when we finish our work.

the girl that is the "sweet tasting poison", the one i wish you could send my way?


 No.2205

>>2204

>nobody should touch those anyway, being over so quickly

Exactly. That's kinda why I just threw a permaban out there on that last one, I had a feeling that faggot was messing with my bans on purpose and would undo it anyway. He did exactly as I thought he would. I posted about it in a thread where I was talking to an anon about moderation, so whoever it is is well aware that I don't like him messing with my bans. It isn't like I don't reconsider my bans either. I've gone back and unbanned people I felt bad about later, or they appealed and said something besides "f you dysnigger kys" that was good enough for me to unban them. Out of all the mods right now I think I'm generally one of the more fair ones, especially since I'm the only mod on /b/ that is willing to discuss why I do things the way I do and take feedback. I was starting to soften up my stance on the /b/ mod team, but now I'm back to feeling like they are terrible.

>the girl that is the "sweet tasting poison", the one i wish you could send my way?

That's the one. I was more enthusiastic about it last night, I may or may not bring it up today. I'm really tired, had to be up 3 hours earlier than usual so I could drive to work to meet with the career adviser. I picked up a stack of about 30 pounds of books from the education center and hiked back to my car with it. Good 5-7 minute walk from where I was. The people there didn't think I'd take them all at once with no backpack. They highly recommended against it because it would be heavy. The lady behind the desk was making fun of me like I wouldn't be able to handle it so of course I did it.

I was talking to a guy there and he said a bunch of guys he knew didn't like the job I'm going for. It's boring and it's cold because during the winter you spend a lot of time outside. They gotta be out of their minds. If all I have to do is be bored at work I already am anyway, and brave the cold to make 50 an hour that doesn't sound too bad at all. That's what layers are for, and I'm already layered a little more than most people by default since I wear a garment under my shirt 24/7.


 No.2206

There's a tools workshop on the weekend that I'm gonna try to get to. I was supposed to do some community service, and ministering visits with my ministering companion but that's gonna have to wait until after that. I can probably still do the ministering visits, but not the other thing. I can't put this career thing off. I have to get on this and work like I've never worked before.


 No.2207

>>2206

heggs can you chegg my thread below? :DDD


 No.2208

well, if i was looking for an excuse to not be a lazy bum i found one today. a close relative got a 24 hour eviction notice. its officially moving day tbh.


 No.2209

>>2207

Not really sure on the answer to your questions tbh. Even as long as I've been in the church now I still have a lot of research to do


 No.2210

>>2208

>a close relative got a 24 hour eviction notice

That sucks. Good way to get active though for sure


 No.2212

>>2210

definitely

>>2205

>I think I'm generally one of the more fair ones

i would agree with this, even with the mod names being hidden, just because i remember what it was like with you being mod before.

i know this is a bit silly, but i have a friend asking about mormonism. specifically about aliens. i told her that i had seen you debunk this once before, but could you address this again please? the rumor she heard was that there is aliens and a golden space ship in the mormon faith somewhere. i tried to tell her it was scientology.


 No.2213

>>2212

>the rumor she heard was that there is aliens

The closest thing I know of is in the endowment there is mention of other worlds by Lucifer after he is cursed for encouraging Adam and Eve to partake of the fruit. He says something like he was only doing what was done in other worlds. There's also mention in the Book of Abraham in the Pearl of Great Price about a star or planet called Kolob.

>golden space ship

No idea where that one comes from.


 No.2214

>>2213

I wrote up basically the same thing like 2 hours ago and forgot to post it. Now I will have to do actual research.

https://www.lds.org/ensign/2013/08/worlds-without-number?lang=eng

>And scattered among them, as the Prophet Joseph Smith testified, are worlds whose “inhabitants … are begotten sons and daughters unto God” (D&C 76:24; see also Joseph Fielding Smith, “Out of the Darkness,” Ensign, June 1971, 2).

https://www.lds.org/ensign/1971/06/out-of-the-darkness?lang=eng

>We know that our Heavenly Father is a glorified, exalted personage who has all power, all might, and all dominion, and that he knows all things. We testify that he, through his Only Begotten Son, is the Creator of this earth and of worlds without number, all of which are peopled by his spirit children.

https://www.lds.org/new-era/1971/04/people-on-other-worlds?lang=eng

This is an interesting read. The beginning is a bit slow but the second half has some really good stuff.


 No.2215

Today I was granted my transfer. I decide whether or not to accept it now. I prayed about it all day today, so much that I lost track of lots of other things I was doing. Hopefully I didn't space anything too important. Today I saw all the pros and all the cons of staying. It came out about even. The decision is so hard.

At the end of the day something told me to get on a computer and check my company email. I received an email from the manager at the other site welcoming me to his team assuming I accept the offer. He also mentioned one of my friends from training already accepted a transfer there. I told the manager at the other site I'm accepting it, but I haven't told my current manager.

I think accepting it is the right decision after what happened next. I told the girl that I've been talking to that I may be transferring. I don't know what to take from my interaction with her. It seemed like she really wants me to stay, but at the same time she kinda tried to make it seem like she didn't care or didn't want me to. Basically typical female bs. Can't ever just say what exactly it is they want, gotta make it seem like they want everything at once. She said something about staying for her, and I shook my head and said nope. Then when we clocked out I kinda slowed down so she could catch up because we were still in the middle of a conversation. She was like "do you wait for me every day?" I was like "wait for you? yeah right."

After that she went back to how she normally is with me. I think I was right to want to keep my distance tbh.

>>2214

Thanks for the links. I'll have to check them out when I'm not so tired, but I'm sure they answer the question much better than I did. That last one looks especially interesting.


 No.2216

>>2215

> Basically typical female bs. Can't ever just say what exactly it is they want, gotta make it seem like they want everything at once

that's because they do want everything at once.

>>2213

>>2214

thanks. after i showed her these, she started looking up the basic info on the mormon faith and her response was almost word for word what i've said several times when you all have described aspects of it to me: "that's fucking beautiful"


 No.2218

>>2216

>that's because they do want everything at once

I've slept on it, and I firmly believe that I was given this choice when I was for a reason. I was about to make the mistake of not keeping my distance from this girl even though everything told me I should. And what happens? I get my transfer granted before I can make that mistake. Of course in the end it is still my choice, but I think it's pretty obvious at this point what I need to do. Going to this location was to prepare me for things to come later. Going to this location put me in touch with a career adviser, got the path to my career set, and gave me a taste of the environment that I'd be working in.

>after i showed her these, she started looking up the basic info on the mormon faith and her response was almost word for word what i've said several times

Nice. It definitely takes research, and most people won't be willing to do it. That's the struggle I have on /b/, I can write walls of text for days but getting people to read them and understand is another thing. Especially when so many people in the US believe Mormonism is a cult. I think part of that is being thought of as similar to Jehovah Witnesses which is definitely a cult, and part of it the history of the religion. Being kicked out of states by state government. And then the federal government threatening to crush us for polygamy. I have no doubt that the religion would have taken over the entire US if not for that. I can only imagine how different things would be had people realized Joseph Smith and Brigham Young were right. Now the church is not strong enough to conquer the cultural marxist plague.

The good news is that as long as the current doctrine stays consistent, we don't have to worry about the most important values being compromised which means we still have a chance. The roles of men and women, marriage, and families. That puts the responsibility solely on white men to wake up and take these women that are available, or be crushed by the same plague that is destroying society outside of the church. They must abandon their Jewish entertainment, and do what needs to be done. If only I could be the prophet, this church needs a radical and I could be just that man.


 No.2219

>>2218

>Nice. It definitely takes research, and most people won't be willing to do it

the bad thing about her being willing to do the research is that she's a devout heathen. she will never ever convert. but the potential good news is that she may help convince me to attend a mormon service instead of just toying with the notion of going without ever actually going


 No.2220

>>2218

>I firmly believe that I was given this choice when I was for a reason

yeah i think you're probably right about that.

super dead serious here … send her my way. like, for real man. she sounds… yeah.


 No.2221

>>2220

She's such a stuck up, immature, child. Obviously grew up with parents that had good money. Was probably raised pretty decently, but is so caught up in the ways of the world that I don't think she can be salvaged. Her mom is a Mormon, and the more I think about it the more I think what she told her daughter was right. She did meet a nice older man at this company, but where she was wrong is that the nice older man would be able to tolerate her vanity enough to marry her. She was not spiritually inclined enough to take the revelation that was provided and see what was in front of her. There is something to Mormons and their ability to have a feel for what may be coming in the future. Sometimes it's dead on. Like when I said one of the two of us would be transferred before anything crazy happened. I definitely don't think it was coincidence that her mother predicted that her daughter would meet a nice older man in the company to marry, and that she met me. An older Mormon man seeking a wife. I wonder if some day she will be telling her mother she was right, and that she should have listened.


 No.2222

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I don't really know what to post for this get tbh


 No.2223

>>2219

> but the potential good news is that she may help convince me to attend a mormon service instead of just toying with the notion of going without ever actually going

That is definitely good.


 No.2224

>>2221

> I wonder if some day she will be telling her mother she was right, and that she should have listened.

a girl, having to admit that she was wrong and degrading herself to an "i told you so" … can't imagine that i had about 150 i told you so's for my ex, approx 70 of those have came to fruition

>Mormons and their ability to have a feel for what may be coming

that's very interesting. i mean, i know specific individuals who have a sense for that sometimes, but i would have never pinned that down to an entire church or faith having it. interesting indeed.

>>2222

checked anyway


 No.2225


 No.2227

>>2224

>mean, i know specific individuals who have a sense for that sometimes, but i would have never pinned that down to an entire church or faith having it

Another example is when my friend told me exactly where I was gonna work for my first job. He said he prayed about me and what he got was I was gonna work at a certain company so I should apply there. I didn't apply for any positions in that company until months after he told me that. I didn't really want to work for them. That ended up being the warehouse job I got. Of course it could just be coincidence, but it keeps happening.


 No.2228

>>2227

well, the human brain does work via pattern recognition. if it happens once, maybe twice, you can chalk it up to coincidence. but if it keeps happening, it becomes a recognizable pattern, and those are difficult to dismiss by calling them pure chance.


 No.2233

I'm a bit nervous about this transfer. I start at the other place on Tuesday. I'm gonna miss my current job tbh. I kinda feel like I made the wrong decision. Of course after I make the decision I start meeting people around this place that wanna help me. I met a guy today in one of the buildings I was cleaning. He told me there was ice cream in the break room fridge and I could have as much as I wanted. I went to the break room, and he offered me a burger. I accepted, and we sat and talked for about 30 minutes. Offered to talk to his manager about helping me get into an IT position. Great guy. I won't meet people like that at the other location. I never really felt like I'd meet so many cool people until after I accepted the transfer. I'm so conflicted about this. Did I make the right choice, or would I have been better off sticking it out?

Of course this kind of stuff happens after I make the choice. I guess it's to show me what I decided to leave. The place I work right now is very active. Lots of people around on 1st, 2nd, and 3rd shift. The place I'm going has no 2nd or 3rd shift, so most people will leave soon after I arrive. The good thing is it will be empty, the bad thing is it will be empty. The work will be easier, the parking will be better, but will it be worth it? We will see. Of course even if it sucks it will potentially be a good thing. Means I'll be trying that much harder to complete my training to get into a better job.


 No.2234

>>2233

>The good thing is it will be empty, the bad thing is it will be empty

I had a job like that once and liked it. I was even able to take naps when I was sleepy. Problem was it was an overnight job, and I've had trouble keeping a regular schedule ever since then. If I don't take extreme care in managing my schedule, I end up being awake all night. It was years ago that I worked that job. I don't think this is ever going away.

>Offered to talk to his manager about helping me get into an IT position

Doesn't this mostly answer the question of whether you made the right choice tbh?


 No.2235

>>2234

>Doesn't this mostly answer the question of whether you made the right choice tbh?

If I wanted to have that guy talk to his manager about an IT position, then it was the wrong choice because I'll never see that guy again if I leave. It may have been a good thing to do to get his contact info, but I'm so far over my degree right now that I didn't bother.


 No.2236

>>2235

oh, i misunderstood. i thought that guy was at the new building that you just transferred to. but he's at the old building that you are transferring from? i can see how that would lead you to question it.


 No.2237

>>2236

>but he's at the old building that you are transferring from?

Yeah, I start at the new building on Tuesday. That guy was a team lead at the building I'm currently at. Of course I start meeting cool people after I decide to leave. That's OK though, I don't plan to be in this job forever so in the long run it doesn't really matter where I'm located. All that matters is I do what it takes to get out of this job and into a better one as soon as possible.

I thought I was gonna get a good jump on that today. I talked to a guy that told me he would give me a tutorial on one of the tools tests I have to pass to get the new job I want. He said show up between 8 AM and 4 PM. I get there at 2 PM, and he's not there. I wait 30 minutes, and he shows up.

I tell him I'm there for the tutorial, and he said I'm too late. He was like "I believe I told you that I needed 2 hours of your time". I don't remember him saying that, and even if he did I was there on time but he wasn't there. He said he could still give me the tutorial if someone wasn't about to take the test right then. He told me he didn't want to give the tutorial in front of a guy taking the test. He kept telling me that he told me he needed a 2 hour window. I didn't argue with him, I just told him I'd come back another day. It wasn't a total loss, I got to talk to a guy about another test I have to take that's open book. He said it took him about an hour and a half, and I get 3 hours. He said you don't even have to read the book to pass the test. I'll take that test really soon.


 No.2238

>>2237

regardless if he told you he needed 2 hours or not, he shouldn't have said you could show up at 4. he should have told you to be there BEFORE 2:00.

its been hot as balls out here the last few days, and ive been out in it the entire time, apart from when it was raining. if i remember right the term all the cool kids use now is "swamp ass". silver lining: it's great for sweating, burning fat, and trimming sown the waistline.


 No.2239

Just got back from one of those missionary devotionals. Dunno why I went, but I had the strongest feeling that I should. All it did was leave me feeling empty again. All these things do is remind me of how many cute Mormon girls there are, and that I don't have one for myself yet. I saw the companion of the missionary I used to write to again, I'm about 100% sure she doesn't remember me but I don't bother to talk to her even though I do kinda wanna ask if she's heard from her old companion since she went home.

>>2238

>he shouldn't have said you could show up at 4. he should have told you to be there BEFORE 2:00.

Agreed.

>its been hot as balls out here the last few days, and ive been out in it the entire time

Same here. My shirts have been soaked with sweat at work. Probably the only reason I haven't gained another 10 pounds with how badly I've been eating and drinking. Bunch of stuff out of vending machines at work. Loaded with carbs and sugar.


 No.2240

Someone made me a flag on /b/, and dysnomia added it to the board flags. There is now a hex flag. Pretty cool even though I don't usually use flags tbh


 No.2241

Dice rollRolled 18 (1d20)

>>2240

you have a weird following.


 No.2242

>>2241

but they are my weird following. i may not understand why they like me, but i'm glad they do


 No.2243

>>2239

> I don't bother to talk to her even though I do kinda wanna ask if she's heard from her old companion since she went home.

if you ask me, finding out about 'THE missionary' is exactly why you felt led to attend. if it happens again, i strongly advise you to take the leap. just start the conversation with 'hi. you probably dont remember me, but…' and make sure somewhere in there is a 'id love to talk to her again. could you please relay her the message?'

>>2240

>Someone made me a flag on /b/,

nice. even if you dont use flags, you are the one who always wants flags on /b/ and im who always wants ID's - even tho i occasionally samefag

>>2241

>you have a weird following

hex is an acquired taste tbh. its not his fault, really. he developed a relationship with the user base the first time he was mod and we got curious about him and kept asking how he was doing. it all built from there.


 No.2245

>>2243

>if you ask me, finding out about 'THE missionary' is exactly why you felt led to attend

You are probably right.

>you are the one who always wants flags on /b/

country flags though tbh. but now that i have my own flag i dunno if i want country flags anymore

>its not his fault, really

>he developed a relationship with the user base the first time he was mod and we got curious about him and kept asking how he was doing. it all built from there

This

I basically became a living meme after a while, although the OC has slowed down considerably since the pedos got banned.


 No.2246

>>2245

>although the OC has slowed down considerably since the pedos got banned.

youre not the only one who has noticed tbh.


 No.2247

>>2246

>>2245

Why such a hard crackdown on the pedos? Was it not enough to block tor and clean up the occasional thread?


 No.2248

>>2247

i honestly dont know, anon. the commonly given answer is 'muh fosta' but anyone who has looked into it can see thats a b.s. excuse. my best guess is that jim is a closet pedo in the anger stage of denial and lashes out by trying to purge them site-wide. whatever the real reason, your guess is as good as mine. all i really know is that when the pedo purge began, the quality of /b/ went into the toilet (worse than before) and never really recovered. i think it started in earnest about 1 year ago? but hex can correct me if im wrong tbh.


 No.2249

>>2248

>'muh fosta'

gonna have to explain that to me.


 No.2250

>>2249

its the anti sex trafficking legislation recently passed in the US. it enabled the US govt to be more proactive in trying to find and prosecute sex trafficking offenders, including but not limited to holding websites accountable for any sex trafficking that occurred through their website. the reason its an invalid excuse is because it must be proven in court that the offending website had knowledge of and was complicit in said sex trafficking. 8chan is for shitposting, not for buying & selling sex slaves. after fosta passed was when admin deleted the pedo friendly boards, so people assumed fosta was the reason, and the timing gave jim a good cover story.


 No.2251

>>2248

> the commonly given answer is 'muh fosta'

The problem with that answer is he started purging them before that was ever on the horizon. Starting with the dedicated pedo boards. That move kinda makes sense though, those boards were being advertised on CP onion link sites which was attracting the CP spam bots and probably quite a bit more pedo traffic. The deletion of their boards led to the pedos creating their own site(librechan) which got taken down at some point.

Their presence increased on /b/, and then for some reason there was a crackdown on the ones on /b/. They spread to another site once again, and they are back and forth ever since. Before I stepped down as mod I was ordered to take down pedos at one point, but then it loosened up again. Then after I stepped down the zero tolerance policy returned with the new mod team.

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 No.2252

Well today was my last day at the current location. It was a really tough day for multiple reasons. The biggest thing by far was the weight of the transfer. Did I make the right decision? That question was all I could think about. At the end of the night me and the girl were walking to our cars together like always, and the first thing she said to me was "I can't believe you are leaving, now I won't have anyone to walk with me to my car". I was like "So you're gonna miss me, huh?". She said she would.

We talked about other things the rest of the walk, and "goodbye" was all she said when we parted ways. She wore makeup for the first time since I've known her today. I wanted to ask for her #, but I got the strongest feeling that I shouldn't. I went to look up her company email on our company portal so I could email her tomorrow, but I can't get it to load. It's never down on Mondays, if it's gonna be down it's always on a Friday. It seems that I'm really meant to stay far away from this girl. It's probably for the best.

There's obviously a better plan in the works for me, and I'm being warned not to mess it up. It's why I got the transfer when I did, why I got the feeling that I shouldn't try to keep in contact with her, why when I tried anyway the company portal wouldn't even load. I'm not meant to chase this girl, and I'm not meant to fall away from the path I'm on. The Lord knows with how weak I am right now that it's possible I could have been led away by her so I've been protected. It's clearer than it's been in a while that I need to do better.


 No.2253

>>2251

i didnt realize the board deletions happened before fosta. that certainly removes fosta from the list of possible reasons why.

>>2252

well, whatever happens with the girl who is only somewhat mormon, i hope you enjoy working the new location. with any luck it will put you on a great path.


 No.2254

>>2253

So far the new team is really nice. Everyone keeps telling me how glad they are to have me there. They told me the overtime works differently there too. I can ask for overtime whenever I want and it will likely be granted. So if I feel like coming in an hour early I can get overtime like that, and instead of having to do the entire weekend for weekend overtime I can do Saturday only which wasn't an option at the other place. Saturday is time and a half, so when the team takes Saturday overtime I'll probably do it too a lot of the time.

The new manager is very strict, but he's a good guy. Basically don't let him catch you slacking off and you are OK. He told us about how he caught a guy reading training manuals for a job he wanted to get within the company while on company time. He didn't go easy on that guy at all. Asked the guy what he was gonna put when he put his time in. The guy basically had to put in 2 hours of vacation or receive disciplinary action for time keeping fraud. At the other place the manager didn't really care what you did when you finished your work. So basically the policy at the new place is to always look busy.

Not hard at all to look busy, just a lot more boring. There is so little work to do over there, but so much time to do it. Love the commute, love the parking, love how empty the place is, love the air conditioning, love not having my shirt soaked with sweat half the day. I'll miss driving my truck around, and taking long breaks whenever I feel like it though. The other place was so big that no one could get on you for anything because no one would be able to find you to see that you aren't doing your job for long periods of time.


 No.2255

>>2254

sounds like that place has a lot of potential. completely different from the other building tho.


 No.2258

>>2255

At the other place everywhere you look there are union logos because people stick the stickers and decals all over the place. You are surrounded by people in the same union as you, so it feels more like everyone is on your side. Even the manager at the other place used to be union, so even though she wasn't anymore she still kinda had our backs. At this place no one except my team is union. The manager was former security, so never part of our union.

Basically I wouldn't trust anyone there to have my back besides my team. I feel surrounded by people that look down on me more than anything. I'm starting to understand what the guy that trained me meant when he said "Careful what you wish for" when I talked about wanting to work at this place. Luckily all the suits leave pretty soon after I show up. Then it's just empty.

I have found a way to take breaks whenever I feel like. There's a room that is required to be locked at all times that I have the key to. I can go in there, lock the door behind me, and there are plenty of spots to sit where no one can see you from the outside. There are like 5 different doors into the room, but only one of them you are supposed to go through to get in. The rest are exits. Massive conference room. Problem is I share my keys with another guy, so if he comes looking for me and can't find me and tells the team lead he can't find me they are gonna come looking for me.

There's another conference room that I'm in charge of keeping clean that I can also go to. Can't lock the door, and there's only 1 way in and out. Not as good as the other room, but I went in there when I gave the keys away. There's so little to do that you kinda have to take extra breaks, or make yourself look busy.


 No.2259

>look at phone

>"Hey it's Mutual you have matched with girl"

>finally

>open app

>no matches

i hate this app




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