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>> No. 12581 Anonymous
9th May 2017
Tuesday 11:23 am
/news/12581 Kelvin Mackenzie to leave The Sun after Ross Barkley column
Sun sees sense shocker.

Of course, given how it came about, I get the feeling they still won't be buying it in Liverpool.
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>> No. 12583 Anonymous
9th May 2017
Tuesday 11:27 am
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It's just so odd to see a national paper that has it out for a city. Really weird.
>> No. 12584 Anonymous
9th May 2017
Tuesday 12:02 pm
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It doesn't really help that the man's an insufferable cunt.

There are suggestions that this is a token move to give Ofcom the impression that News Corp properties take things like this seriously, just as they have at Fox News.


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>> No. 75779 Anonymous
20th July 2016
Wednesday 1:55 pm
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The Liberal Democrats have started a consultation process on what the parties next manifesto should look like. Its open to non-members and I thought everyone could benefit from you lads giving views.

It asks an interesting question: What would you spend £2 billion on?

I thought about putting the money towards adult education programs. Things like the Open University are fundamentally good ideas that gives people who otherwise can't study because of career and family commitments the chance to learn new skills and achieve lifelong learning. It sounds non-controversial but I'm sure there is ample chance to start a cunt-off on that idea.

Another interesting question is that it asks whether the Lib Dems should focus on staying in the European Union or on what Brexit should now be. An interesting option given the party is fervently pro-EU and I wonder what will fill the vacuum if its abandoned.
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>> No. 82229 Anonymous
26th April 2017
Wednesday 4:54 pm
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>If you've got a religious fruitcake for a leader then it's to be expected that nutters will be drawn in.

Yeah, I heard before the snap election Farron was going to start his own Jonestown, but there weren't enough Lib Dem members left.
>> No. 82230 Anonymous
26th April 2017
Wednesday 6:02 pm
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Well he is the former MP of Bradford East. Its simply a politicians job to represent the views of their constituents.
>> No. 82327 Anonymous
8th May 2017
Monday 6:54 am
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>Lib Dem leader Tim Farron has admitted in an ITV interview he had a picture of Margaret Thatcher above his bed as a schoolboy.

He's clearly a wrong 'un.
>> No. 82329 Anonymous
8th May 2017
Monday 11:24 am
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It's a politician's job to grab votes in general elections and then vote as they're told to in parliament.
>> No. 82336 Anonymous
8th May 2017
Monday 11:05 pm
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It just occurred to me reading this just how much of a current licence for discrimination in the modern world it is to have some historical discrimination you can tack on to.

David Ward's anti sematic remarks were to describe Israel as an apartheid state, whilst not technically apartheid it runs the line so fucking close that only a shill or the pedantically obtuse wouldn't acknowledge it.
It doesn't matter how badly behaved Israel is because there was a genocide that is barely in living memory. Even when they are systematically rounding up the Palestinians into ghettos denying them the basic needs for life, and culling them every couple of years.

It's like the world is children that don't understand that when someone says 'don't pick on X or bully Y' what the moral is. That the lesson is there is some sort of special quality to X and Y and not 'that you shouldn't pick on or bully anyone'. It's a fucking embarrassment we've taken a step backwards from being able to understand why things are right and wrong to just simply parroting the circumstances they were applied in the past. I can’t stand how much Israel hides behind this shit, and they get away with it.


>> No. 407828 Anonymous
7th January 2017
Saturday 1:36 pm
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Weekend thread? Weekend thread.

How's it going, lads?
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>> No. 410186 Anonymous
3rd May 2017
Wednesday 10:27 pm
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I say we raise the age of consent to at least 100. That should settle the debate for once and for all. By the time anyone's able to do it legally they're neither inclined nor equipped to do it.
>> No. 410296 Anonymous
7th May 2017
Sunday 2:41 pm
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I am sitting in the livingroom of my flat with the balcony door open, and there's an immense waft of somebody smoking weed coming in right now. I have tried to locate the source, but whoever is getting stoned isn't doing it on any of the other balconies.
>> No. 410324 Anonymous
8th May 2017
Monday 9:01 pm
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I ate two apples and suddenly am feeling quite depressed.

Apparently six apples from ASDA are 7 recommended servings, I'm not quite sure how this is supposed to work.
>> No. 410330 Anonymous
8th May 2017
Monday 10:41 pm
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An apple is 1.1666666666666666666666666666666666666666666 servings of apple. Nothing odd about that.
>> No. 410331 Anonymous
8th May 2017
Monday 10:53 pm
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Protractors are not cutlery.


>> No. 410304 Anonymous
8th May 2017
Monday 6:35 pm
/b/410304 Happy Dead, Kraut, Bastards Day

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>> No. 410321 Anonymous
8th May 2017
Monday 8:51 pm
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Projecting what? I never even made any claims. You're the one chatting pure shite.
>> No. 410323 Anonymous
8th May 2017
Monday 9:00 pm
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You seem to be taking things awfully seriously, given the thread title.
>> No. 410327 Anonymous
8th May 2017
Monday 9:42 pm
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More tanks please lads.
>> No. 410328 Anonymous
8th May 2017
Monday 9:44 pm
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I've got more planes than tanks, to be honest.
>> No. 410329 Anonymous
8th May 2017
Monday 9:51 pm
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Not to mention the Stug III was an assault gun! Tututut, some people.


>> No. 57959 Moralfag
7th May 2017
Sunday 4:57 pm
/iq/57959 Worried you'll get lost in a very specific area of Antarctica?
Don't worry, google streetview has your back!,162.5183386,3a,75y,247.99h,73.01t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sVIAkFcKO8AYhU42tT094Ng!2e0!7i13312!8i6656
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>> No. 57960 Anonymous
8th May 2017
Monday 5:49 pm
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That view though.


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>> No. 409850 Anonymous
23rd April 2017
Sunday 11:32 am
/b/409850 Help please.
Name my fish, lads.
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>> No. 409997 Anonymous
27th April 2017
Thursday 7:32 pm
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That's a daft name for a fish, lad.
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27th April 2017
Thursday 7:52 pm
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>> No. 410028 Anonymous
28th April 2017
Friday 8:06 pm
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Poty sounds like a good name for a fish.
>> No. 410153 Anonymous
2nd May 2017
Tuesday 10:17 pm
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>> No. 410302 Anonymous
8th May 2017
Monday 4:20 pm
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love and cherishy


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>> No. 82167 Anonymous
21st April 2017
Friday 5:13 pm
/pol/82167 French election 2017
This woman is going to be the next President of France and it's going to be fucking awesome.
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>> No. 82321 Anonymous
7th May 2017
Sunday 7:35 pm
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How so?
>> No. 82324 Anonymous
8th May 2017
Monday 12:05 am
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He's one of those afeared of Muslamic ray guns.
>> No. 82325 Anonymous
8th May 2017
Monday 1:01 am
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i'm so sorry
>> No. 82326 Anonymous
8th May 2017
Monday 1:01 am
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i'm so sorry
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8th May 2017
Monday 7:59 am
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>> No. 7925 Anonymous
3rd May 2017
Wednesday 11:17 pm
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I'm looking for a drug that gives a similar high to that of a very strong coffee, which for me grants 10-15 minutes of what I can only describe as happiness and warmness through my hands.

It isn't overwhelming, it puts me in a good mood and I'm more inclined to music. The problem is it doesn't last very long at all, and if I try and recreate this all day with a hundred coffees, I end up feeling agitated and jittery.

Nicotine is a very similar high, but has the same drawbacks.
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>> No. 7930 Anonymous
4th May 2017
Thursday 3:12 am
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What do you all mean by a "strong" coffee? Darker, more flavourful roasts don't significantly differ from light roasts in terms of caffeine content, so the "strength" shouldn't have an impact on physiological reactions.
>> No. 7931 Anonymous
4th May 2017
Thursday 3:23 am
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>> No. 7932 Anonymous
4th May 2017
Thursday 5:24 am
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He means strong as in with a high caffeine content.
>> No. 7934 Anonymous
7th May 2017
Sunday 11:21 pm
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Any of the fluoridated methamphetamine analogues that are currently for sale on grey market websites.

I've been particularly enjoying 2-FMA in low single doses (sub 30mg) as a "get all this fucking work done before 5pm" assist and in higher doses as a party drug. I've not experimented with 3 or 4-FMA yet but reports all seem to be quite similar.

That said, I have a lot of history with stimulants like actual speed and modafinil, so YMMV.
>> No. 7935 Anonymous
8th May 2017
Monday 3:32 am
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When I say a strong coffee I mean two heaped spoons full. Not teaspoons either, proper spoons.

If you're on about real beans then lardeedar but even so. Use more of it, simple.


>> No. 24906 Anonymous
7th May 2017
Sunday 11:28 pm
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I wanted some literature to help cope with a few glaring issues I have discovered in myself after being left alone for the whole weekend and writing down everything I could. I doubt it is obvious to others who interact with me, but I have known for quite some time that I suffer from extreme self-esteem issues. I try my best to correct it, but as it is with things that make-up you... it is me. My self-esteem is lacking horrifically, especially at low points in my life. Feelings of guilt, shame, embarrassment, and lack of pride dog me constantly, and I suffer from an acute form of self-conciousness.

They manifest in how I conduct myself and it impacts everything I do to almost all my relationships. I have been known for being shy, but this is kind of beyond that. I mumble and never speak clearly for fear that I might say something wrong or mispronounce something. If people don't hear me and they say "sorry," it just sets me off into a downward spiral. I hide everything I can from everyone and to those close to me too. When asked about the car I drive, I start stuttering and kick myself at night before bed because "what the fuck is wrong with the car I drive that I feel embarrassed about?" When taking down notes while speaking on the phone, I have to hide what I am writing, and I realise the absurdity of my actions later on. I have to constantly remind myself that other people do it, it isn't embarrassing.

I assume I come off weird, meek and aimless. I tried masking it, but it comes off. It all clicked when I was thinking all these things over today and yesterday. This is also why I dream about just disappearing -- Not dying, but just ceasing to exist.

I have figured out where most of this stems from, but the past can't be changed and I would much rather read about others who might have insight into this or have dealt with this and how they may have come over it. So lads, any experiences, drugs or books to help with these issues would be greatly appreciated.

Especially books or drugs.
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>> No. 24907 Anonymous
7th May 2017
Sunday 11:34 pm
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The drugs don't work, they just make it worse. For realsies. You could try something like How to make friends and influence people; it's a rather obnoxious title for a book but I've heard from numerous people that it helped them in a way most other self-help books don't.

While it's not specifically geared to help with that problem, Prometheus Rising may also have some useful insights into how you can alter your own perception and self-perception for the better.
>> No. 24909 Anonymous
8th May 2017
Monday 2:02 am
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>This is also why I dream about just disappearing -- Not dying, but just ceasing to exist.

Maybe you've got an over-the-top ego, in a spiritual sense, and if you were to find enlightenment, that would annihilate "you" (your false self.)
>> No. 24911 Anonymous
8th May 2017
Monday 2:19 am
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Here's the state of the art of psychotherapy, as I understand it:

The idea of self-esteem is inherently damaging. It teaches us to evaluate ourselves like we're interviewing someone for a job, weighing up our pluses and minuses and deciding if we're worthy. The problem is that the human mind is inherently pessimistic, for vital evolutionary reasons. In our hunter-gatherer past, failing to identify a threat or being rejected by the tribe could easily result in death. The laid-back tribesmen died off, while their paranoid peers lived to pass on their paranoid genes. You'll always come up short against your own standards, because you evolved to be unrealistically harsh and fearful.

The alternative is self-acceptance. You might be weird and meek and aimless, you might not be. Either way, you're basically OK. There are plenty of people in the world who are meek and weird and aimless who still live happy and fulfilled lives. You might want to work towards changing those traits, but beating yourself up about them isn't going to help. Shame and self-loathing isn't very motivating.

If you have a negative thought, you don't have to believe in it, nor do you have to dispute it. You can recognise the thought for what it is - just a thought. It's just some electrical impulses firing in your brain. You can recognise that you're having a thought without taking it seriously. True or false, it's just some stuff that's happening in your brain.

The weird catch-22 is that trying to repress those negative thoughts is entirely counterproductive. It's like someone constantly saying "don't think of a pink elephant, don't think of a pink elephant". Whatever we refuse to think, that's what we'll think. Whatever we refuse to feel, that's what we'll feel. Trying to avoid painful thoughts and feelings only gives them more power. We create vicious cycles in our mind based on fear and avoidance. This is particularly pronounced in anxiety-related disorders, but applies to a broad range of psychological problems.

The latest generation of psychotherapies aren't interested in getting rid of your negative thoughts or feelings, because that rarely works in practice. Instead, they offer tools and techniques for learning to tolerate those negative thoughts and feelings. Instead of trying to suppress those thoughts and feelings, we let them come and go. Instead of living in spite of our negative thoughts and feelings, we live with them. As we learn to tolerate these thoughts and feelings without trying to repress them, they lose all their sting. Paradoxically, our negative thoughts and feelings will start to occur less often, but only because we're willing to tolerate them when they do occur.

This process is accelerated by learning to be mindful of the present moment, rather than dwelling on the past or worrying about the future. The source of our misery is rarely about what's happening right now. Learning to focus on the present moment helps us to see that we aren't defined by our history. It helps us to put our worries and fears in perspective.

In recent years, western psychotherapy has been gleefully pillaging and refining Buddhist mindfulness techniques. We've started to separate out the useful practices from the superstitious mumbo-jumbo. It's like the discovery of aspirin - ancient people chewed willow bark to reduce pain, but it took us until the 19th century to figure out the useful molecule. We have approaches to mindfulness that originated in traditional Buddhist practice, but are now supported by clinical evidence.
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>> No. 24912 Anonymous
8th May 2017
Monday 2:36 am
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>> No. 4296 Anonymous
3rd May 2017
Wednesday 2:43 pm
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So recently joined a gym on my physio's recommendation due to a problem with my rotator cuff.

This is my routine, should I change the order?

db shoulder press 3 x 10-12
db bench press 3 x 10-12
db single arm Row 3 x 10-12
Tricep press 3 x 10-12
Lat pulldown 3 x 10-12 or passive hangs or assisted pull ups
Chest fly
Plank one arm raise 3 x 5

Also I sometimes do squats and deadlifts for shits and giggles. Might start doing skull crushers or dips.
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>> No. 4298 Anonymous
4th May 2017
Thursday 11:49 am
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Use this order:

Bench press
Lat pulldown
Shoulder press

Don't do tricep presses or chest flyes. They're known to cause shoulder and elbow problems. It would be a good idea to finish off with the L-fly for 2x8. Start with a 5 pound plate and work up to no more than 10 pounds. There's no need for heavy weights with this exercise, it's for shoulder care not building strength.
>> No. 4299 Anonymous
4th May 2017
Thursday 4:16 pm
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Gays and pedos hang out at the Smith machine.
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4th May 2017
Thursday 4:47 pm
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>> No. 4301 Anonymous
7th May 2017
Sunday 6:31 pm
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Thanks. How do you know what order to do exercises?

Man that L fly is killer, I could only do 6 reps without pain on a low weight.
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8th May 2017
Monday 2:09 am
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Basically big exercises first and alternate pushing and pulling.

Yeah the L-fly is an awkward exercise to do, don't push it too hard. If 5 pound is too much then maybe try a smaller weight.


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>> No. 7910 Anonymous
13th September 2016
Tuesday 1:54 pm
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I need some strong sleeping tablets without receipt what i can buy?
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>> No. 7911 Anonymous
13th September 2016
Tuesday 3:11 pm
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The strongest thing you'll get legally without a prescription is chlorphenamine (Piriton). It's an anti-histamine, but it has strong sedative effects.
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13th September 2016
Tuesday 3:26 pm
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Doxylamine makes chlorphenamine look like an aspirin when it comes to sedative effects, and has even been shown in some studies to be a more effective sedative than babiturates.

You should be able to find doxylamine succinate 25mg tablets easily and legally online without prescription.
>> No. 7923 Anonymous
5th February 2017
Sunday 12:52 am
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It's a shame you can't get melatonin on Amazon any more.
>> No. 7924 Anonymous
1st March 2017
Wednesday 1:08 pm
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>Doxylamine makes chlorphenamine look like an aspirin when it comes to sedative effects
Bloody hell, you weren't joking. I took one 25mg tablet at 9pm last night, hit bed like a rock at 10 and slept right through an alarm at 7, finally waking up at 11:30. ~13 hours of sleep.

I think I might take half next time.
>> No. 7933 Anonymous
7th May 2017
Sunday 3:46 pm
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I have a bit more experience of this stuff (doxylamine succinate) now.

Even if I've only been awake for, say eight hours, I take 25 or 50mg of this and I'm out like a light. I'll sleep for 12 hour if uninterrupted. Unfortunately that has an obvious physiological toll (anything above nine hours confuses the body's rhythm, you feel achy and disoriented) and there's a sort of hangover feeling even if you manage to drag yourself out of bed after nine hours. If you absolutely have to get to sleep at e.g. 7PM in order to get up for a 5AM red-eye this stuff is amazing, pop one at 6PM and then you'll be off to noddyland an hour later... remember to set at least two alarms, though. By the time you get to where you're going the next day you'll have had a coffee or three to cut through the fog and you'll be fresh and ready to perform your meaningless task as a soulless automata. Everyone's a winner.


>> No. 12450 Anonymous
2nd April 2017
Sunday 10:07 pm
/news/12450 Which one of you bigots done this||?
>Croydon 'hate crime'

>The boy was with two friends late on Friday night at a bus stop in Croydon when he was approached by a group of about eight people, who demanded to know where he was from. After saying he was seeking asylum, the gang chased and attacked him.

>The teenager, a Kurdish Iranian aged 17, was left unconscious after receiving repeated blows to the head. On Sunday he was said to be in a serious but stable condition in hospital. The other two youths suffered minor injuries.
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>> No. 12483 Anonymous
5th April 2017
Wednesday 2:02 pm
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I heard similar about that Polish fella who was killed last year by a gang of kids in another Southern shithole. They were up to no good and were going to gang up and attack someone regardless.
>> No. 12542 Anonymous
7th May 2017
Sunday 1:22 am
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>> No. 12543 Anonymous
7th May 2017
Sunday 1:30 am
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A post like this, on a month old thread? You seem like quite the refugee yourself, pal.
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7th May 2017
Sunday 1:44 am
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They're not refugees, they're economic migrants.
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7th May 2017
Sunday 4:29 am
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Then what's your cunting excuse, twat?


>> No. 24897 Anonymous
6th May 2017
Saturday 8:26 am
/emo/24897 About to get evicted from my flat, any way to hold on longer?
Had a load of job shit, fell 2 months behind on rent, looking for places at the moment but won't get any confirmation for a week.

I've lived here 18 months. The contract lasted 12 months, my landlady 'really liked me' because I'm quiet and clean and polite, so when it ran out she let me stay without signing anything else. Despite 'all inclusive rent' I agreed to a £50pcm hike to help out with bills, helped her paint the flat, sort out a new tenant. Basically, I haven't been acting like a shit until just recently. After being asked to buy a contract and a key for the new tenant, it became clear that my landlady was incredibly unreliable. When I originally lost my job I just stopped paying rent and waited for her to notice. It was 2 months before she contacted me, she wants either £500 or £1000, I'm not quite sure, because I don't think I have to pay it (it can come out of my deposit and the ~£750 I happily paid her in extra for bills over the months), and really I have no intention of paying it unless legally bound.

Since I'm not contractually bound by anything, that's all run out and I have the only copy of the original contract, and my 'landlady' is renting this property from assisted living, so what's the deal here? Can she just kick me out as soon as she gets back in the country? Any kind of squatters rights I can invoke to get a few weeks of space? Not sure how long it'll take me to find a house, but I intend to be gone within the fortnight, and would be using the money that I've managed to gather since getting a new job to pay the deposit on that rather than pay one/two months rent.
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>> No. 24898 Anonymous
6th May 2017
Saturday 10:28 am
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You have what is called a 'resulting contract'. Essentially you follow the same terms as what the original contract would have stated.
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7th May 2017
Sunday 2:52 am
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Cheers, good to know. There isn't actually a copy of the original contract around, I think my landlady lost it, so would that affect anything?


>> No. 82250 Anonymous
4th May 2017
Thursday 12:43 pm
/pol/82250 No thread for today's locals?
I know NGAF about the locals, and doubly so for the fucking mayor of Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and associated fenland inbred swampdwelllers.
But, having walked my spoiled postal vote in, I feel like shitting up /pol/ with my apathy.
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>> No. 82278 Anonymous
6th May 2017
Saturday 4:08 pm
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>but thanks for your carefully crafted argument
You're ​welcome. Next time you want one, just ask by not spouting drivel and you'll probably get one.
>> No. 82279 Anonymous
6th May 2017
Saturday 6:14 pm
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Not him and I have no idea what your problem is. Have you been for your walk today?
>> No. 82280 Anonymous
6th May 2017
Saturday 9:43 pm
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Very good, anon.
>> No. 82281 Anonymous
6th May 2017
Saturday 9:57 pm
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The value of your vote depends very much on the marginality of your seat. One vote in Swansea West is worth the same as 223 votes in Knowsley.
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6th May 2017
Saturday 10:21 pm
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That entirely depends on how you value a vote. If you assume that the only thing that matters is the majority, then votes in some places make more difference than others. But this approach ignores the substantial data operations that parties are now running. The Conservatives aren't putting out policies friendly to old white people because they're the party of old white people. They're doing it because they vote and vote reliably. By at least putting a ballot paper in the box, regardless of whether or not you cast a valid vote or drew a massive cock, there's a record that you voted, and the parties know that someone like you voted. It sends a signal that your vote is on the market for anyone that cares to woo you.

In 2010, the under-30s outnumbered the over-65s by around a million, but the latter outvoted the former by over three million. Of the eligible under-30s, around two-thirds were registered to vote, and half of those turned out. Of the eligible over-65s, almost all were registered and around three-quarters of those turned out. Theresa May is appealing to old people, who vote in large numbers, and Kippers, who are highly motivated. Jeremy Corbyn is most popular with the young, who by and large don't vote. Which of those strategies is likely to pay off?

In short, if you think you're getting a bad deal, and you don't vote, then the two are probably related.


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9th September 2012
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>> No. 1649 Anonymous
1st May 2017
Monday 8:50 pm
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>> No. 1650 Anonymous
2nd May 2017
Tuesday 6:31 pm
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You could at least have found something better than that terrible 10 year old webcam.
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6th May 2017
Saturday 10:09 pm
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>> No. 410196 Anonymous
4th May 2017
Thursday 5:24 am
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Goodnight sweet princess.
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>> No. 410249 Anonymous
5th May 2017
Friday 3:50 pm
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Here's a mildly amusing anti-Drunken Racists shirt: Racists-voter-men-s-t-shirt

Here's a Red Molotov anti-Drunken Racists shirt:
>> No. 410250 Anonymous
5th May 2017
Friday 3:56 pm
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Why you'd wear any sort of graphic t-shirt is beyond me.
>> No. 410251 Anonymous
5th May 2017
Friday 3:57 pm
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Oh great, the wordfilters have messed up my links. Fuck it I'm not posting them again.
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5th May 2017
Friday 4:15 pm
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If that was the best other t-shirt you could find and the worst Red Molotov one then I'm afraid you have failed to prove your point.

If anything the other companies t-shirt might be more obnoxious , unfunny and unsubtle.
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6th May 2017
Saturday 12:39 pm
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I knew this would be the response no matter what I posted. I don't care.


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5th May 2017
Friday 2:01 am
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>> No. 410260 Anonymous
5th May 2017
Friday 7:15 pm
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Like that, but with a slightly worrying amount of choking.
>> No. 410262 Anonymous
5th May 2017
Friday 8:03 pm
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Aye lads, this is a totally accurate assessment of her character and nothing to do with your own wank fantasies.

She's clearly a total sub.
>> No. 410264 Anonymous
5th May 2017
Friday 8:38 pm
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I love the lift background music they got on. In any case, she is a human being. Don't add cola to hot coffee.
>> No. 410265 Anonymous
5th May 2017
Friday 10:27 pm
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>It does not just mean to have sex with ... if you're feeling complimentary you can also say that someone is a good fuck
Isn't this wrong? Or at least redundant and/or misleading? You'd never say someone was a good fuck unless you meant they were good to have sex with.
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6th May 2017
Saturday 12:24 am
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The first bit you quoted refers to the verb form "to fuck"; the act of having sex.
The second is a noun phrase referring to a type of person, so although they both refer to sex, they do have different meanings.


>> No. 57949 YubYub
4th May 2017
Thursday 7:14 pm
/iq/57949 Q: Why did Georg Philipp Friedrich Freiherr von Hardenberg write so much?
A: Because he was a novelist!
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>> No. 57950 Paedofag
5th May 2017
Friday 1:27 am
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Pack it in mate.
>> No. 57951 YubYub
5th May 2017
Friday 4:21 pm
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That's what she said.
>> No. 57952 Moralfag
5th May 2017
Friday 8:00 pm
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Fuck off you goat fucking nonce.


>> No. 24881 Anonymous
1st May 2017
Monday 11:05 pm
/emo/24881 Values
A friend has a history of alopecia (hair loss) asotiated with work stress. It's beginning to return as she's started a new, more demanding, job. She keeps complaining about the hair loss and sending pictures of its progress.

Its clear she values her work more than her hair, yet she continues to complain and, I guess, feel bad about it.

Should I say this to her? Of course on some level she knows this, but I find it helpful to recognise the simplicity of my problems and how my actions prolong, or even cause, them.
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>> No. 24884 Anonymous
2nd May 2017
Tuesday 6:53 pm
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Seem to me like you are focusing on the symptom and not the cause. Why does her work stress her out that much? She might need counselling on how to put her work problems into perspective.
>> No. 24886 Anonymous
3rd May 2017
Wednesday 12:07 am
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>She might need counselling
>> No. 24888 Anonymous
3rd May 2017
Wednesday 2:02 am
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She doesn't strike me as one in need of counsel, but I've been wrong before.
I can't help but feel the only thing worth doing is dis-engaging.
I guess I just don't know her as well as I thought.

I wish I could care, but in all honesty I don't think thats true. There is a niggling pain that I'm potentially disregarding one close to me, but .. what can I actually do? No one seems all that interested in ways of thought I use to 'be happy' (probably because of the way I express them). All I can think is 'these things happen and you can be happy that they can happen'. I don't know, man. Nothing all that bad has happened to me so maybe this philosophy is worth shit. Something inside tells me, though, that even if 'something bad' were to happen the philosophy would reduce it.

So I guess the answer is, beyond counseling, to 'cheer her up' and help take her mind off things. Not to specifically target a problem, but to let it dissolve around other activities.

This should have gone in the Minor angst and existential dread thread.
And looks like it was a vehicle to talk about myself
>> No. 24889 Anonymous
3rd May 2017
Wednesday 10:19 am
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I think you misunderstood what I meant by counselling. I don't think she needs a shoulder to cry on. I think she needs to learn coping strategies for stress. Essentially how to deal with problems and adversity without getting stressed about them, and when she does get stressed how to defuse the stress.
>> No. 24891 Anonymous
4th May 2017
Thursday 9:33 pm
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>Its clear she values her work more than her hair, yet she continues to complain and, I guess, feel bad about it.

It's a luxury these days to be able to quit a job in your field simply because it would be too stressful for you. Most people are lucky to be in adequate employment at all.

However, I once quit a job because the grueling workload, unforgiving deadlines and a hardass (female) boss gave me heart palpitations and sleep terrors. That, and an off the charts addiction to caffeine. About two and a half months in, I asked to have a word with my boss, and told her I just wasn't up to the job. She offered to put me in a different position, because she said she had grown to like me as an employee, but I would have made considerably less money than by simply switching jobs in my field and finding work elsewhere. So I quit, but she asked me twice if there would be "no hard feelings". Turned out she had a shred of humanity in her after all.

Anyway, what I am saying is, it's hard to strike a balance between your need for gainful employment and the toll it can take on you. People don't necessarily make a conscious decision to put their work before their own self. They are often left with no choice, however much it will wear on them.


>> No. 82247 Anonymous
4th May 2017
Thursday 1:18 am
/pol/82247 German Federal Election 2017
This man is going to be the next German Chancellor and it's going to be fucking awesome.
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>> No. 82248 Anonymous
4th May 2017
Thursday 1:43 am
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>it's going to be fucking awesome.

Kill yourself. He's a dumb, racist, joke, as are you by association.
>> No. 82249 Anonymous
4th May 2017
Thursday 12:43 pm
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>He's a dumb, racist, joke

I.e. German.
>> No. 82257 Anonymous
4th May 2017
Thursday 7:33 pm
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>> No. 82258 Anonymous
4th May 2017
Thursday 7:38 pm
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I forgot I'd posted that; you owe me royalties.

Telling people to kill themselves really isn't on.
>> No. 82264 Anonymous
4th May 2017
Thursday 8:29 pm
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That poor lizard is about die because of his hiccups.


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