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File: 85ef2556d0651f6⋯.jpg (91.34 KB, 550x683, 550:683, close-reading-annotating-t….jpg)

154d46  No.623[Reply]

I finally made it! I have a ton of writings and notes, I love annotating the scrying into a story! Looks like I need to get myself a true fountain pen, missing out on the experience. I would use charcoal if that was the only thing left! Definitive Definitions are the roots to understanding.

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e15d0e  No.628

>>623

Your notes are very artistic. That is way better than just writing on a computer. If you used a fountain pen, then you could have a little more line variation, but that depends on the pen.

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7a4c34  No.634

File: 5b0a4a5304c8200⋯.jpg (376.69 KB, 1666x2210, 49:65, 2019_12_10 7_03 AM Office ….jpg)

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12f12a  No.659

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File: cc85eb836670071⋯.jpg (2.15 MB, 4032x3024, 4:3, image.jpg)

>>>634

Still need to try out a fountain pen for my annotating and note taking. I try my best to write cursive but some times I find myself doing both print and cursive. I will have to look into Emma Lazarus.

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154d46  No.661

>>634

I enjoy reading cursive, the same way i cant take my eyes off a well written piece when all the words are in proper order and context a story can be read in hours compared to days.

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5a0f05  No.491[Reply]

I was surfing around and found some lovely pens Of course I bought them. The first one has arrived. It is pretty in real life as well. I'm sorry to say it really has its price competition, but the Pilot Animal costs about $20 and this lovely gold tinted refillable.

I'm not sure why. It could just be a clerical error, but it was listed on the website as a medium tip. However this tip is fine. I'm not sure how much of the gold is real, but there is some gold tint in the nib. It's nib has the name JinHao and an F on it. Surely the F is for fine. Actually I'm not in the best position for writing since my desk is occupied today with kids studying for some test. That relagates me to the floor. Which won't make Ann excuse for my spelling, but maybe for the smearing and penmanship. this pen is exciting to use and my total cost, including shipping was five dollars. Jinhao medium tip luxury pen is definitely worth a fiver, and I intend to keep this around as my usual fine tip pen. My trusty Dude medium tip, and my new JinHao luxury fine tip are going in my backpack. Until they und up a leaky mess. That way I'll be able to put my expensive pens way.

Jinhao Luxury. Yeah!

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5a0f05  No.492

File: 0f7910a9a783d98⋯.jpg (8.93 MB, 4032x3024, 4:3, 20180712_194555.jpg)

Here are the component parts of the Jinhao Luxury Pen.

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5a0f05  No.493

File: 71c1883999177e2⋯.jpg (2.34 MB, 3264x2448, 4:3, 20180712_194839.jpg)

The pen was surprisingly easy to fill, after the messy cleanup job I had with my Pilot Animal pen.

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f91e55  No.494

I've never been too interested in pens but I've been considering buying a Jinhao and some ink just for the novelty of learning how to write with a fountain pen.

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797595  No.495

>>494

Jinhao is a good starter pen, buy a few. They are cheap. So they don't work sometimes.

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8639d5  No.627

File: 08b587b5eca96d9⋯.png (10.08 MB, 2552x3508, 638:877, Memorandum for Jim.png)

I wrote this with a Jinhao

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0d0ab7  No.624[Reply]

Was at work today and had to sign 1000 Christmas Cards. I used a nice ball point pen and the color blue, blue is a great Christmas card color for a quick signature, why all others used green or red.

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2f1109  No.579[Reply]

I bought the Mont Blanc Moon Pearl Legrand Rollerball a while back. I bought it before I got a fountain pen and realized they are much better, but it's still a pen I really love. It's a beautiful pen with mother-of-pearl inlay and the emblem is also mother-of-pearl I stead of the standard white. I'll add a couple pictures in the thread. It had a very nice huge box with it that had some small cards and envelopes and a wooden stand.

Breakfast nuggets are delicious and I modified this recipe to use panda meat. If you can't get panda meat you can use regular pork sausage, bacon, ham, or whatever. I tried to submit this idea for free to McDonalds because I think they would be very tasty, would make them a lot of money, and I just want to be able to buy them without having to make them. They're seriously fucking awesome! I shouldn't even share the idea for free because they are tasty and no one makes them.

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d196a1  No.603

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>>594

I am currently hand-writimg the Bible. I also write down BIG prayers, and have started writing new rules that, if approved by God, go into effect immediately. Perception is reality.

I also do a little abstract art with my pens.

I love seeing other people's pens and what they write with theirs. The pen is powerful! Thank you for this board!

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625609  No.611

>>602

I have quite a few pens. One of these days. I will line them up and count them.

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625609  No.612

>>603

I like that!

>> I also write down BIG prayers, and have started writing new rules that, if approved by God, go into effect immediately. Perception is reality.

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71afe8  No.619

Ah, so you're the guy who spaces twice after every sentence.

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bc2bde  No.622

>>619

That's the correct way. I don't accept the new garbage.

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File: 070b576320f875a⋯.pdf (161.25 KB, 決定[2756].pdf)

06c54c  No.620[Reply]

The ongoing court case against N.T.Technology has come to a conclusion.

N.T.Technology has won the case that Hiroyuki Nishimura's company Tokyo Plus brought in Japan. It went to the Japanese Supreme Court, and they rejected his appeal.

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06c54c  No.621

>>620

The pdf is an image here.

>>>/newsplus/250087

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6aba84  No.129[Reply]

Hi /pen/

This is an essay/blog I wrote. Please give me feedback and ideas on other topics to write about.

http://pastebin.com/DhsnPWG3
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6aba84  No.141

>>140
btw when I said
>I also tried not to focus on whether preferring one's own race/culture is "innate" or "natural"
that wording was a bit sloppy, better to say
>I also tried not to focus on the claim that preference for one's own race/culture is "innate" or "natural"
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6aba84  No.142

>>139
one more reply
>Why this is suddenly a problem or massive issue with whites ONLY is a mystery to me; especially since whites – already a global minority – are in demographic decline throughout the West.
I didn't write much about the "why" of anti-racism, because I wanted to focus squarely on proving it was wrong. But since we're all in agreement here, my opinion is there are two main sources:

1) Moralistic zeal among Europeans. Europeans have always been into irrational moral crusades. They used to express this through religion, now they express it through liberalism. I don't know if its part of European nature, or comes from Christianity. Part of Europe's success is the prevalence of pro-social behavior, including a strong desire to punish wrongdoers. Where there are no actual wrongdoers, I think Europeans invent them. I think a few people have written about this, but I can't remember off the top of my head.

2) Jews an other minorities (including European minorities in the US). I especially didn't discuss this because I don't want to do it without solid references. Basically I need a lot of quotes from Jewish liberals saying "As a Jew, I feel insecure in the US as long as Whites are dominant". I know this opinion is often expressed by liberal Jews, but it will take work to get the most representative quotes.
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6aba84  No.161

Strong writing and I agree with much you want to say save for the idea that race alone is enough to generate companionship and a sense of belonging with someone. More important than race is ideology and culture. I can't connect with most people of my race because their ideologies and cultures are actively in opposition to mine. I can only connect to and feel comfortable with people who share an open mind and who are capable of debating things philosophically and without hostility, prejudice, or the kind of moralizing that stunts actual conversation. Race and ethnicity have nothing to do with this. The conclusion of the racialist view is that I will feel the most comfortable with people of my own tribe->ethnicity->race->species etc.

I feel comfortable with people of my own culture and ideological underpinnings.
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6aba84  No.177

>>161
Thanks for the feedback. I agree that culture and ideology are also very important. What I was trying to avoid was implying that race was unimportant, or that it's immoral or irrational to care about race. But I think I went too far in the other direction, and made it seem like I was mainly focussed on race.

On the cultural side, I want to preserve Western culture, and I also think the Western culture is the only way for the rest of the world to improve their situation.

On the racial side, it would be a tragedy if the aesthetic beauty of the White race disappeared, and there is probably a connection between race and culture too.
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4b5897  No.578

Many of my friends take orders from other students and write essays for them. But it looks risky to me. I would trust my work only to a skilled writer and not to a beginner. I cannot fail my work. And I have to find a reliable service with experienced authors who can guarantee good quality of an essay. What do you think of https://www.superiorpapers.com/ ? Are they professional and do everything on time? Who worked with them?

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67dd55  No.558[Reply]

Got myself one of these recently, inked her up with some black swan in Australian rose and she writes like a champ. Makes me wish I got a durable gold nibbed pen a long time ago.

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8bb155  No.576

that pen is amazing.

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430b7f  No.448[Reply]

I randomlly picked up a pen. Wow look at this ink, all over the paper Pilot. Pilot Hitec Point V 10 Grip

fail!

What an inky mess.

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930c4a  No.452

I haven't used that particular model of Pilot, but I'm pretty partial to the Pilot G2 gel pens. Uniball is decent as well, but I have had some bad experiences with Unis that really wanted to bleed all over the page.

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430b7f  No.455

>>452

I've had that same problem. I'm a lefty and if the ink isn't meted out with just the right volume. The paper and the hand end up a mess.

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930c4a  No.457

>>455

With the Piliot HiTec, you mean or the Uniball? I've always been a fan of gel pens myself, ballpoints have a tendency to be sketchy, but a good gel seems to be more reliable overall. SMB Balance (a small business blog) ranked the Pilot G2 as the top gel pen. Course everybody has different tastes and not everyone is a gel pen fanatic like me, but for my money it's the G2 for everyday use. I used to occasionally pick up a Uniball, but it's been years since I even bothered due to occasionally ending up with an inky mess ruining my parchment.

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ca5cf4  No.458

>>457

The pilot hitec is a different pen. Uniball is advertised as part of Mitsubishi in Asia.

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28dd05  No.575

Try a fountain pen. It's another whole world!

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1fea0e  No.559[Reply]

The Marlen Odyseus fountain pen is made in Italy. What a beautiful pen. I hope you enjoy the video. I am looking forward to your comments on this pen. My pen is big, and I hope you enjoy it.

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7be14d  No.566

File: 94d1bc010df1600⋯.gif (484.08 KB, 500x242, 250:121, I-Love-Lucy-Awkward-face-R….gif)

Am I being _esoterically trolled?_

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fdff98  No.568

>>565

fineliners are pure shit, technical pens are where it's at if you need a consistent thin line

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1fea0e  No.569

>>565

Mitsubishi Uni pens rock hard pens. The Uniball is so smooth. They were my first exposure to roller balls. Roller balls are different than ball points. Roller balls and this fine liner as well use fountain pen like ink. So they are much smoother to write with. This requires their ball to be smoother than a ball point pen ball. They are more sophisticated.

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75a282  No.573

My pen is smol

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bc2182  No.574

Jim's pen is big. He showed me.

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9b85c1  No.478[Reply]

Spend a little bit more when ou visit the stationary store and the Parker 18k tipped fountain pen might catch your sight. I couldn't resist the smooth lines, and brilliant sparkle of the gold trimmed four color pen. There are six visible 18k gold pieces on the Parker Sonnet II pen. This French made beauty is worthy of the royal blue ink it holds in the refillable barrel.

Putting all the beauty of this pen aside. It just isn't balanced right for me and the shaft is to thin. My hand constantly slides down the shaft causing defective penmanship. Perhaps effeminate French hands can hold on the grip better. Definitely, Sloppy and Beautiful

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2ad3df  No.531

>>526

I don't have one yet though. I had a Parker pen when I was in high school but I dunno where that is. I may have had 2 or 3 but only one at a time. I made sure they all had my name engraved in script.

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64232a  No.532

>>531

I want a Parker 51.

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49c4ff  No.534

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>>532

How does a Parker 51 compare with say a modern Ohto?

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2ad3df  No.556

File: 020448e5fc06819⋯.jpg (3.96 MB, 3024x4032, 3:4, 20181205_223950.jpg)

I got a $15 one today.

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cc65ff  No.557

>>556

Oh nice, and that has someone's initials on it.

Please write a review with that.

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00deaf  No.555[Reply]

My diplomat has instantly become a great pen by throwing away the super crapy converter. That it was shipped with. I put a black quink cartridge in and now it has a great inflow. It is a fine line nib with a bit of flex if you put a pressure on it.

Inc spews out at a great rate. The numerous absolutely gorgeous, big and bold, which makes a statement in a fine line. Is becomes an extension of the hand. No pressure is required to get this big heavy pen moving across the page. It is absolutely splendid, the way this pin fits into the hand. It may be worth while to attempt and I dropper conversion. I noticed that an O ring came on the threads of the pen. This pig pen might hold 6 cm³ of ink. Maybe even up to 10C c's. If I can successfully seal the golden And white snowflake cap.

Dictated by Bixby

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986369  No.554[Reply]

The yankees splendid I've got cross are cutting inc in my yota pen. I was considerate of yota carried realizing that pure black would be the shade of the dark side. The yoda pen holds 4 cm³ of being by adding some minor modifications and then additional O ring. I painted the threads with our tegi, which is a gasket forming silicon. Inside the barrel of the other Pan there are small holes. I let the light shine in and located them at the end of the to. The purposes likely for the manufacturing of the pen. It is Made of plastic and the holes of from the injection molding and for snapping on the bottom silver colored plastic cap. I took a small popsicle stick and on the end I place a large dam of RTV. Then I sealed it up using an eyedropper. I filled the pen up with the ink to the bottom of the threads. Then put the overing on the mail threads. I'm looking for some overend's would they thinner circumference because this one sticks out a bit good job schafer .

This was typed by Bixby dictation . I didn't fix the mistakes because I thought they were funny.

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6e6f6f  No.553[Reply]

This particular pen is made in England in 1945. Conway Stewart dinky writing with cross blue black ink. Which is a pretty nice color. I'm hoping it won't. It needs to soak in a while that was the ink from the dip. This is my Mont Blanc number 34 piston filler. This is a dependable pen and holds plenty of ink. The ink is Quink black. I'll play with the dinky English pen later. When the ink saturates the baffles .

Until then I'll play with the yoda and my number 34. Which is actually a lovely pen. It has a burgundy shaft With an ink window. The cap has a Mont Blanc white star on top. There is also a gold band that says Mont Blanc number 34. The pen feels great in my hand. I'm a left handed pusher and many pens just don't feel comfortable. This one is just right. Literally it is a literary Goldie locks pen. It doesn't announce itself like some other gaudy Mont Blanc. It is not a meister stuck with a fantastic nip art and jewelry. There is just a small slab of gold and practically microscopic lettering. The only give away that it is a moderately priced montblanc pen is the white star on the cap.

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e41d7d  No.551[Reply]

I'm revisiting the Parker urban with fine tip new. It was not a favorite before because of the lousy ink flow. The constant false starts land hearthsides actually mask this beautifully designed pin one of my least favorite bands. I had bought this plan to be my everyday been, because of the lovely design in the affordable price the urban cost 5 times less than a do a fold, and 2 times less than a sonette. That puts the urban in the price range I won't cry about it I lose it. The problem lay with the poor inflow. The diminutive nib, will only will on the half with only 1 visible baffle with my prime suspect. Since my other Parker nib so larger …

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9a198b  No.549[Reply]

I bought this Baoer fountain pen for $9 online. It has in an iridium tipped nib. This name is bouncy. Nicely designed nibs like this are hard to come by. Baoer seems to be a brand owned by Jin Hua, but it is so difficult to say these days. With so many companies building OEM products. Well I guess that is neither here nor there. This branded Bauer pen has noticeably different components when compared to a jinn hwa pen. The converter of this power is trustingly enough has a little plastic floating ball inside. The ink is Not yet flowing smoothly. That could be the baffles are still filling up with think. I liked the way the bouncy iridium nib tip putting ink on the lines by pressure. When I pushed down harder more in comes out. That is nice. This nip is almost fine. Unless you press down. Then it's nice thick ink. I'm pretty much pleased with this pen. Pricewise, it competes with a plastic pilot fountain pen. The belt is actually gold colored material. Where is the Pilot's belt is just gold colored paint, flaky paint. Nice low cost pen! Baoer 388

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9a198b  No.550

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