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Old 04-26-2019, 06:13 PM   #31 (permalink)
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I thought time appeared to speed up when you’re older because each segment of time is a smaller piece of your time pie.
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Old 04-26-2019, 06:13 PM   #32 (permalink)
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this might sound hella sad but I ****ing hated being a kid even as a kid

It was all feeling small and powerless with no control

you're hungry as a kid you just whine and maybe get punched in the face by your Dad..as an adult **** ill hit up the buffet right now

yet Disneyland was p cool the first time
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Old 04-26-2019, 06:24 PM   #33 (permalink)
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I wasn't a fan of childhood either.

I would go back to the day I was smoking herb with my friends in high school when one of them (who became the other half of WISSK) put on Zappa's Inca Roads and I realized my love for experimental music. The marimba solo made me go cross eyed.
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Old 04-26-2019, 06:27 PM   #34 (permalink)
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first time I heard Joy Division

ohhhh ****

but I was already like 17
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Teenage years count according to the OP but I guess that's a little late.
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And the time only seems to go by faster the older you get. Every decade you live after your teens just seems to pass quicker than the previous one.
I often wish that I still had that childhood perception of time as an adult.
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If youre bored all the time life will go slower. Try it out. Stop having fun, no naps, and 6-8 hours of sleep max.
^ Yep, I was going to mention a similar solution to Psy-Fi's problem. Jean-Paul Sartre recommended that you go sit all day in a dentist's waiting room if you feel time is passing too quickly. I can also recommend playing Ambient 1: On Land and twenty mins will feel like eternity.
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I can also recommend playing Ambient 1: On Land and twenty mins will feel like eternity.
Twenty minutes of either one of those albums would be fine with me.
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I miss those fun little plastic things that used to keep pizzas from sliding around in the boxes
I think they are meant to keep the cover from crushing down on the cheese.

But what do I know.
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They're tables for tiny guests ffs. And they're still around.
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Twenty minutes of either one of those albums would be fine with me.
^ Sorry, I posted without checking. In fact I thought Ambient 1: Music For Airports was a beautiful album and I have often used it to chill out from work stress. It was Ambient 4: On Land which was too minimal for my liking - that's the one I meant to post about.
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