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Fuck winter.

  1. #1
    Nile bump
    I can't believe this shit happens every year, like clockwork.

    Fucking 8 hours of sunlight? Fuck off.
  2. #2
    I feel the same about summer here in hellhole Tejas..."Oh it's only going to be 93f today? brrrrrr!"
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  3. #3
    Nile bump
    Yeah Texas must b hard. I'm pretty far in land, no bodies of water to moderate the heat. No humidity too so that's cool.
  4. #4
    cigreting Space Nigga
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson I feel the same about summer here in hellhole Tejas…"Oh it's only going to be 93f today? brrrrrr!"

    ya and when its 120 with the sun beating down on ur dik in the summer i bet u love dat
  5. #5
    Donald Trump Space Nigga
    We need to start hibernating
  6. #6
    It rained here today
  7. #7
    lockedin Houston
    i like winter, i always hope for the power to fail so i can freeze to death
  8. #8
    Originally posted by cigreting ya and when its 120 with the sun beating down on ur dik in the summer i bet u love dat

    Christmas isn't Christmas when you are wearing shorts, sweating like a pig...and jingle bells is playing on the radio.
  9. #9
    Nile bump
    Originally posted by Donald Trump We need to start hibernating

    Yeah, that'd be cool. I wonder if it would extend life? Then again imagine getting up after a 6 month nap, the aches.
  10. #10
    That's a fantasy I could get on board with....sleeping for 6 months...though my bladder would be as big as the moon by the end
  11. #11
    Originally posted by Donald Trump We need to start hibernating

    you do that while i ransack your house.
  12. #12
    Incessant Houston
    Sounds like someone is worried about SAAD
  13. #13
    Donald Trump Space Nigga
    French and Russian peasants allegedly hibernated.

    "Economists and bureaucrats who ventured out into the countryside after the Revolution were horrified to find that the workforce disappeared between fall and spring. The fields were deserted from Flanders to Provence. Villages and even small towns were silent, with barely a column of smoke to reveal a human presence. As soon as the weather turned cold, people all over France shut themselves away and practised the [ now] forgotten art of doing nothing at all for months on end." Robb notes that elsewhere in Europe, in very harsh climates, human hibernation could sometimes be an economic expedient. He cites a British Medical Journal report, circa 1900, about peasants in the Pskov region of northwest Russia: "At the first fall of snow the whole family gathers round the stove, lies down, ceases to wrestle with the problems of human existence, and quietly goes to sleep. Once a day everyone wakes up to eat a piece of hard bread. [ They] take it in turn to watch and keep the fire alight. After six months of this reposeful existence the family wakes up, shakes itself [ and] goes out to see if the grass is growing." But the French didn't need the excuse of a harsh climate, Robb says. "They 'hibernated' even in temperate zones. In Burgundy, after the wine harvest, the workers burned the vine stocks, repaired their tools and left the land to the wolves. A civil servant who investigated the region's economic activity in 1844 found that he was almost the only living presence in the landscape: 'These vigorous men will now spend their days in bed, packing their bodies tightly together in order to stay warm and eat less food. They weaken themselves deliberately.' " The concern of those 19th century economists and bureaucrats was that while France slept, Britain boomed. There, people were packed into cities and worked all year-round in the dark Satanic mills, making their country - if not themselves - rich. By contrast, income was a disincentive to work in France, where the peasantry's aim during summer was to earn just enough to take the rest of the year off.
    https://www.irishtimes.com/opinion/an-irishman-s-diary-1.986853
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  14. #14
    Donald Trump Space Nigga
    I have heard previously that before good artificial light became humans used to go asleep early, then wake up in the middle of the night to talk with each other, have sex, whatever, then go back asleep, so they had two days, the dark day and the bright day.

    Either way reality is we are evolved to the social bed. Touching, singing, entertaining each other. It is natural.

    It is no wonder we crack up under todays economically motivated social brutalism.
  15. #15
    Nile bump
    Yeah the schedules of this period of civilization is all fucked, goes against the natural rythms. Like daylight savings time really fucks with people.


    Causes car accidents and fuck ups that are statistically relevant.

    Or kids getting up at like 7am for school, they should be left to sleep till like 10 am.
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