The everything is fascinating challenge
Select a subject that you know not much about and that also at first sight doesn’t really interest you (and that even you may find disgusting).
Open up your mind. Take a deep breath. Set aside all your prejudices. And let it flow.
Start looking for things, knowledge, applications, pictures, video’s, etc. that make you not so interesting subject interesting, if not fascinating.
Come back here and tell us about your newly found interest or fascination.
Well, I was feeling pleased with all the things I’ve done during quarantines and then this popped up:
Of what I gathered elsewhere, he was feeling bored during quarantines and since now he had free time, he worked on improving our knowledge on the potential creation of warp drives.
I need to watch the full lecture now … I must know more and even if someone doesn’t like the subject, they can use it as
@Atorrante 's challenge theme
Today I made a cardboard boomerang. I don’t know if it will work, but tomorrow I’ll find out.
A less amusing activity for a lockdown is to change your bedsheets. Let’s hope there’s a new one.
“Ok then boomerang.
I hope you’ll be happy and live a happy life.
I hope you see great things and visit many beautiful places.
I hope you find someone who loves you as I did. I hope you’ll love him too. I hope it’s someone who cares for you. Someone to go back to at the end of the day.
We could have been great together. But this is no time for regrets.
Most probably a dog will just shit on you, so this could be your last kiss ever… no, I’m not crying…”
There was no comeback. I looked at him one last time. Then I left.
What is everyone’s favorite things to do in their free time? I like to play on my Nintendo switch, play tennis, and read sometimes. I will attempt to try everything that people say they like to do if I can, for example, I don’t have an Xbox so I couldn’t do that, or I can’t just say I am going to travel because that needs planning months ahead. I just thought it would be kind of cool to hear what others do in their free time, besides play go because like that is what the point of OGS is.
I’m surprised no-one linked this thread.
I’ve been watching a lot of Conan lately.
This is the “remotes” playlist, aka things that aren’t either interviews or sketches, ie. “outdoor exploits”:
Conan Interviews "Late Night" Associate Producer Jordan Schlansky - "Late Night With Conan O'Brien" - YouTube
Lots of things to get interested in here:
Here are some geography channels I watch:
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The channel with the lowest production value, this one is essentially a guy lecturing with Google Maps.
And then channels I’d classify as travelogue (apart from Tom Scott who is already very widely known):
Mainly Russia and the rest of the former USSR.
Here’s a 40+ minute youtube video
i like to not get bored , by playing in a bunch of go tournaments ( mostly corr ones ).
Me too! I do it by playing games on OGS, chatting online, and make art and crafts.
I’ve started working with clay lately and I made a Totoro that I’m kind of proud of. He looks like he’s sleeping but he’s dead.
Nice one. You just reminded me that another way not to get bored is to play the game. I lost.
You can also solve the puzzles on
https://online-go.com! They’re amazing!
And I usally play with my quails