Do you ever quit interneting for a period of time?
Like take one day a week off, to get things done like reading a book, cooking, or cleaning?
No, that sounds like something I might have done ten years ago when the internet was confined to a desktop box in an office. Now it's just an integral part of my life and always available
Some days i just dont get on the internet, sometimes i just sit there and work on models on roblox or write a bit.
Other days i just say "fuck it" and i literally sleep on the beach for 12 hours a day, occasionally waking up to use the bathroom or eat something. The joys of living by a beach.
Yep daily, but only because my monitor is fucked so I share one with my family. I take it into my room for the day and then the rest of the day and night they'll use it. It's a pain not being able to browse the internet and watch my backlog 24/7.
I don't need a cellphone. I had a tablet but eventually that shit the bed. No money for monitor because NEET. I might be getting a job pretty soon if this guy gets his manager to bring me in otherwise I'm pretty much fucked.
Generally when I'm not on the internet or working, I'm out on my motorcycle. There's a nice 3 hour loop that I like to take on the weekends and listen to audiobooks while I ride.
>inb4 hurr durr that's dangerous
For a period around 2011-2012 I didn't go on 4chan or anything similar for 2 years. Didn't read any bullshit, just used the internet for work, email and to read news headlines. I really wish I could go back to that.
more or less. it's all backroad highway, so mostly flatland with the occasional long curve and only 3 intersections, two of which are yields to enter the main road so only one stop about halfway through the ride.
Every once in a while a small group of my friends gathers and binges psychedelics for a few days at my friend's place with no Internet, I normally just leave my phone at home. Other than those parties, no
Just spend three weeks in southeast Asia, going between Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand. Only spent some time on the internet to figure bus time tables and check good hotels, but that's it.
Didn't feel the slightest need to waste my time on the internet, I was far too busy scubadiving with turtles, visting incredible looking temples, and having diarrhea.
>and having diarrhea
>Not utilizing your toilet time
In southeast Asia, you try to make your toilet time as short as possible, because of giant cockroaches crawling up the wall, and becaues there's generally no paper and you don't want to wait until your shit dries up, and then you need to wash your ass with dirty rainwater.
If there's only a seat.
yeah, some of those fuckers have nothing but a hole in the ground...
>Disconnecting yourself from the Khala
>the sacred union of every thought and emotion
Why even live?
Without the Khala/Internet, what will we become?
>Without the Khala/Internet, what will we become?
just a dir > output.txt of my current books, I've got the Eragon series downloading now
favorites in general are HP Lovecraft, but LotR and Song of Ice & Fire make for good listening when there's not much interruption.1984
A Tale Of Two Cities
Arthur Miller - The Crucible
F. Scott Fitzgerald
George R. R. Martin
J.R.R. Tolkein - The Lord of the Rings
James Patterson - Truth or Die
Made for Success - Persuasive Selling and Power Negotiation
Richard Preston, The Hot Zone
Roger Dawson - Negotiation and Persuasion
Slaughterhouse Five - Kurt Vonnegut - Audiobook Full.mp3
The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn
The Catcher in the Rye.m4b
The Taming of the Shrew
holy shit! I've been listening to audio books too, at work (cook) all I do is google "books everyone should read " and the likes and most list are basically this