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how come some people manage to live a life in solitude? I'm a socially awkward person. I think I'm going mad.
I don't feel like I'm the kind of person who can get easily into a relationship, but I'm growing older; and I don't want to die. I'm sad. no one understands me, there's a communication gap between me and everyone.
i feel like I'm becoming a sociopath. I lack intimacy and friends.
What shud I do?15
i have a 2*2*2 cube, rubik's snake, a compass, and a green laser pen. I love my laser pen. I point it at the sky during night, always keep with myself.6
some of my friends saw that I use a different search engine, they asked what it is and why? I told them this is ddg, and a little bit about privacy, data, ... how it's better than google that way.
No one gave shit, they thought I'm paranoid or mad. I feel really bad when people do that. So, I turned ON the dark mode, and told them that this is what all the hackers use. One of them was completely surprised🤯. Now, he too uses ddg.23
this kitty has made its first 10 edits in wikipedia, still going on.
🐱i'm actually just a wikiGnome.
wikipedia have a zoo of different types of creatures:
The Transistor: a 1953 documentary, anticipating its coming impact on technology:
this is a 9min. short8
It is a 1961 artwork by the Italian artist Piero Manzoni. The work consists of 90 tin cans, each reportedly filled with 30 grams (1.1 oz) of faeces
with a label in Italian, English, French, and German stating:
Contents 30 gr net
Produced and tinned
in May 1961
Manzoni's father, who owned a cannery, is said to have once told his artist son: "Your work is shit."
Another friend, Enrico Baj, has said that the cans were meant as "an act of defiant mockery of the art world, artists, and art criticism".
A tin was sold for €124,000 at Sotheby's on May 23, 2007; in October 2008 tin 83 was offered for sale at Sotheby's with an estimate of £50,000–70,000. It sold for £97,250. On October 16, 2015, tin 54 was sold at Christies for £182,500. In August 2016, at an art auction in Milan, one of the tins sold for a new record of €275,000, including auction fees. The tins were originally to be valued according to their equivalent weight in gold – $37 each in 1961
the true contents of Artist's Shit are unknown8