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>> No. 364298 Anonymous
14th November 2013
Thursday 4:47 pm
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ITT: Weird dreams you've had lately.

I actually dreamed last night that I was in Australia, visiting the two blokes from the Foster's adverts in their beach hut. Sure enough, they gave me a Foster's, and I said "cheers, guys"... and then one of them said to me "oh no mayt, we don't say cheers heere. We say 'You little ripper!'"

Quite bizarre... has this dream got any deeper meaning, or have I just been watching too much telly lately?
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>> No. 408730 Anonymous
28th February 2017
Tuesday 12:06 am
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I was in Avril Lavigne's video for Girlfriend, and at some point I spaffed in her face, which brought an end to the shoot and I was escorted off set,
>> No. 408736 Anonymous
28th February 2017
Tuesday 5:23 am
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>>408730
You could spaff at will? Or were you just that aroused?
>> No. 408737 Anonymous
28th February 2017
Tuesday 6:49 am
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>>408730

HEY HEY YOU YOU
>> No. 408739 Anonymous
28th February 2017
Tuesday 8:46 am
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I was drifting off on the train yesterday when I had the vision of a cartoon person with Snickers bars covering their genitals, eyes, armpits and other areas that I don't quite recall.
>> No. 408960 Anonymous
8th March 2017
Wednesday 12:54 pm
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I've got a bit of ongoing sexual tension with a lass at work.

I had a dream last night that she was sat on my lap and stroking my knob through my trousers, talking about how massive it was.

Good fucking grief I can hardly look her in the eye today.

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>> No. 4012 Anonymous
14th December 2012
Friday 9:36 am
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Stickied
Applying for JSA links
http://pastebin.com/5vJCh4HQ
http://www.urban75.com/Action/Jsa/jsa2.html
Both are a little out of date.
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>> No. 11160 Anonymous
4th March 2017
Saturday 4:02 pm
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>>11084
So I don't know if anyone was paying attention to this but I just got several letters through (Why not just one?) saying that I'm not entitled to Jobseekers Allowance because "the law says we cannot pay you". Which law? Don't know. Why? No idea. Apparently I have to get on their asses to actually get an explanation. Luckily I have some savings and family to stay with, otherwise I'd be out on the streets.
>> No. 11161 Anonymous
4th March 2017
Saturday 5:21 pm
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>>11160

If you were working outside the EEA, you can be declared "Not Habitually Resident"; you will not be entitled to claim benefits until you have been habitually resident in the EEA for at least 90 days. If you were working outside the UK but within the EEA, you will be entitled to benefits immediately (Swaddling v. Adjudication Officer).

If you were working within the EEA, you should appeal, giving evidence of where you were working. Assuming you are otherwise entitled to benefits, you should receive JSA backdated to your original claim date. If you were working outside the EEA, you should probably still appeal, although you might be on a sticky wicket.
>> No. 11162 Anonymous
5th March 2017
Sunday 2:56 am
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>>11161
Well that's bloody daft.
>> No. 11171 Anonymous
6th March 2017
Monday 6:27 am
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>>11160

Just don't expect council housing lad.

Trust I, don't even bother applying for 6 months. And then expect to be told to fuck off.

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>> No. 408396 Anonymous
11th February 2017
Saturday 1:39 pm
/b/408396 Dance.
What's a good dance to learn? I only know the one Techno Viking does.
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>> No. 408416 Anonymous
11th February 2017
Saturday 10:20 pm
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No
>> No. 408417 Anonymous
11th February 2017
Saturday 10:42 pm
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>>408414

I've only got 5 miwlion but I wrote a song

Rich people give us your money
Student politics aint so funny
Put a poster on the wawl
Some miners on the dowl
>> No. 408915 Anonymous
6th March 2017
Monday 3:52 am
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Good. Stay true to the Viking. He does Metal now.
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>> No. 408916 Anonymous
6th March 2017
Monday 4:21 am
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>> No. 408917 Anonymous
6th March 2017
Monday 5:00 am
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>>408915

Fuck off, Varg-twat.

Literally every single not-embedded YouTube video is some 4chan /pol/ shit. Kill yourself, whoever you are.

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>> No. 2207 Anonymous
1st March 2017
Wednesday 12:48 pm
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I just inherited some Halon 1211, whats this baby worth nowadays?
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>> No. 2224 Anonymous
3rd March 2017
Friday 3:08 pm
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>>2223
>Dilbert
Before he started hating women?
>> No. 2225 Anonymous
5th March 2017
Sunday 4:52 am
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>>2207

Rebrand it as an anal fun gun on Ebay, you'll get about 500 quid from someone who wants a Halon inflated arse / bell end.
>> No. 2226 Anonymous
5th March 2017
Sunday 5:16 am
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>>2224

Cartoon...

Woman hater....
>> No. 2227 Anonymous
5th March 2017
Sunday 5:58 am
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>>2226

That's almost a post, Anon. Well done.
>> No. 2228 Anonymous
6th March 2017
Monday 12:21 am
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I found what appeared to be a rusty one of these on the beach the other day. It had the 'rifle stock' handle and all. I remembered reading "pressurised container" in this thread and thought I'd better stop kicking at it.

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>> No. 4106 Anonymous
3rd March 2017
Friday 6:17 pm
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In layman's terms, how would directions/paths or relative locations be described from within a fractal space? Say we have a fractal tree branch type thing and I wanted to tell someone on another point of it how to reach my location, or to describe to them how I would get to theirs?
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>> No. 4116 Anonymous
5th March 2017
Sunday 3:35 pm
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>>4115
Does that still work if your starting point is not at any intersection but some way between them?
>> No. 4117 Anonymous
5th March 2017
Sunday 6:13 pm
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Why do I get the feeling that nobody in this thread including the OP understands what a fractal space is?
>> No. 4118 Anonymous
5th March 2017
Sunday 7:05 pm
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>>4117
Because you're a snob with nothing useful to offer to the conversation.
>> No. 4119 Anonymous
5th March 2017
Sunday 8:36 pm
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>>4118
I don't take any shame in not having anything to contribute to the conversation at a chimp's tea party.
>> No. 4120 Anonymous
5th March 2017
Sunday 10:38 pm
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From an algorithmic standpoint there's no such thing. The length between intersections would be a fraction of the previous length.

To respond to the previous poster no, I have no expertise whatsoever with fractals but I'm winging it and I'm pretty sure I'm correct. A line of logic that wouldn't be out of place in the current Labour party amirite? Ba-dum-tssh!

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>> No. 408909 Anonymous
5th March 2017
Sunday 7:34 pm
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Why isn't there a thread about the new series of Robot Wars yet? Come on chaps.

House robots the glorious same, newcomers still underwhelming compared to Hypnodisc so far. Production somewhat annoyingly American but ever-eager Jonathan Pierce commentary making up for it so far.

ACTIVATE!
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>> No. 408910 Anonymous
5th March 2017
Sunday 7:53 pm
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>>408909

I didn't even realise there was one until about three minutes ago when I turned off my Xbox and switched back to TV.
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5th March 2017
Sunday 7:57 pm
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>> No. 12295 Anonymous
17th February 2017
Friday 3:12 pm
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As a part of my general interest in current affairs, I dig around a lot on the subject of human rights and violence, including torture and so on.

Obviously some things are more difficult to read than others, but today I just didn't feel like I had the emotional capacity to go through a particular report.

I know it sounds fluffy as I'm not there to experience it myself, but truth be told I've been getting 'burn-out' more often lately.

Do any of you lads find you have to set some sensible limits on the media you expose yourself to? Any practical advice on how to avoid this sort of burn-out when reading about serious or distressing topics?
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>> No. 12362 Anonymous
2nd March 2017
Thursday 1:14 am
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>And then when subsidies dry up, quite often it results in a near complete withdrawal of private capital. Just take the case of the Nokia plant in Hungary. It was heavily subsidised by the Hungarian government with tax incentives and whatnot, but as soon as those began to run out, Nokia upped sticks and left.
See, that just seems a further argument in favour of regulating capital flows.
>Most of them are now owned and operated by multinational industrial and investment conglomerates who, if at all, would not go quietly.
That's one of the problems. I mean, I tend to be hopeless about the future. We've handed too much power away to those who'd do us ill.

I believe New Zealand was the most socialist of western countries under Muldoon. The comparison of government spending and nationalisation seems an odd one though, since Sweden had functioning social democracy (where private ownership was sufficiently docile, rendering nationalisation unnecessary.) and Growth was also higher during the Breton-Woods period in nearly all countries, which leaves me with some impression that the level of regulation is something of a sidenote. (Especially when you factor that to find one who hasn't bowed to neoliberalism in one form or another, you're looking essentially at one country - North Korea.)

>And just how are you going to make labour scarcer?
Primarily with the aim of full employment being put high up on the policy proposal list. That might also include restrictions on immigration.
>Disregarding for a moment that in our globalised world
Ah, see, the primary purpose of the suggestion is to Disregard our globalised world and bring the whole thing under much stronger democratic and domestic control. Not total isolationism, just a much more managed system. Then you force domestic investment and (as a first world country, anyway) can more or less ignore foreign investment.

Fundamentally changing the nature of the global economy would be the aim. You'd almost certainly need to agree such a thing multilaterally. The fact it's impossible is accepted a-priori and used as a reason for me to become increasingly misanthropic and wish for an increasingly unstable world. I increasingly feel that there's nothing to lose.
>> No. 12363 Anonymous
2nd March 2017
Thursday 11:27 am
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>>12362

>See, that just seems a further argument in favour of regulating capital flows.

Maybe to you. But in reality, you are simply not going to succeed at that. And just what was the Hungarian government supposed to do when Nokia withdrew after the subsidies ran out? Seize Nokia's assets? And would any foreign investor ever have invested in Hungaria again after that?

>I mean, I tend to be hopeless about the future. We've handed too much power away to those who'd do us ill.

Governments and countries around the globe are up to their necks in debt, slow growth and sluggish tax revenue. The last thing they will do at this point is renationalise industries that are worth trillions in assets alone, and buy out their private owners.

>The comparison of government spending and nationalisation seems an odd one though

Not at all. They're two sides of the same coin, and that is the degree of a government's involvement in its country's economic affairs. Whether the government then spends money through its fully owned industries or does so directly is in the end not really relevant.

>Disregard our globalised world and bring the whole thing under much stronger democratic and domestic control
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>> No. 12364 Anonymous
2nd March 2017
Thursday 2:32 pm
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>But in reality, you are simply not going to succeed at that.
Well yeah, as I say: That's accepted in advance. (Indeed if you want my entire political attitude nowadays in a sentence, it's "Things can only get worse, but let's look at how they could be better.")
>And just what was the Hungarian government supposed to do when Nokia withdrew after the subsidies ran out?
Taking over assets would be one option. Setting different terms for market access in advance would be another. Finally, the importance of foreign investment is downplayed, because domestic investors can always be nudged towards domestic investment. (Admittedly, I suspect Hungary isn't in quite so powerful a position in that regard.)
>Governments and countries around the globe are up to their necks in debt, slow growth and sluggish tax revenue
Hence the preference for fiscal repression. Debt plunged from WW2 until the early 70s because of the way we strung up the financial sector.
>and that is the degree of a government's involvement in its country's economic affairs
This seems the kind of thinking that would make the NHS fungible with single-payer healthcare + privately owned hospitals.
>Also, don't forget that globalisation, for all its negative effects on mature post-industrial societies such as ours, has brought prosperity to many people in developing countries.
I feel many of those benefits could still be delivered. Remember that the preference isn't for zero trade, but for balanced trade. Strictly speaking we could leave phone manufacturing to China, so long as we build something else here to maintain balance within a reasonable period. (i.e. say 5 years, and in that 5 years even if we've a huge trade deficit with China, maybe we've got a huge surplus with the US, so we're balanced, and maybe China's also running an equivalent with Russia)
>people will just laugh at those silly Brits thinking they have weight to throw around by wanting to make labour scarcer in their country
I did note that the whole thing has to be set up multilaterally. I mean, step 1 is the capital-control system, and if we can't all agree to that a-la Breton Woods then we're done at the first hurdle. (We can't.)
>strikes and misery of the 1970s?
Always drawn to an excuse to post this: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/3337143/Remember-1976-Britains-best-ever-year.html
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>> No. 12367 Anonymous
2nd March 2017
Thursday 6:14 pm
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>>12364

One thing I will give you is that the global financial sector has got completely out of control. It is just a bloated cancer growth of markets and economies which contributes nearly nothing to real sector growth, and whose volatility and valuation bubbles in 2007/08 plunged us into the greatest real sector crisis since the 1930s. And a sizeable chunk of industrial output and profit is now siphoned off solely as interest for the mind-bogglingly vast financial assets that circle the globe always looking for the highest return on investment.

One reason why labour market conditions are so unfavourable for those who actually do the work within a company is the insatiable demands of the global financial caste. And lax and quantitative easing-focused monetary policy of central banks around the globe has only exacerbated the deluge of money desperately looking for profit. And major corporations now have all these additional hungry mouths to feed besides having to generate profit just to stay in business and be able to pay their employees. While smaller businesses are increasingly struggling to get loans approved at all.

How do we solve the problem of financial markets drowning in this liquidity that does more harm than good? Well, one way it is going to correct itself is that come the next financial market wide crash, much of that money will simply vanish into thin air again. But then we will have to deal with the next nightmare - commercial banks going tits up, blown central bank loans in the trillions, and zero-interest rates, which will leave no wiggle room for lowering, which was usually one of the key measures undertaken by central banks following a downturn to give the real sector a shot in the arm. If you're already at 0.25 percent, going down to zero will have next to no effect at all. Especially not if you've still got the financial sector in the loop.

We're fucked. Plain and simple. If you thought 2007/08 was bad, you better head for the hills before the current financial bubble starts bursting. If the 2008/08 financial crisis was a mega tsunami, then the next crisis is going to be the Chicxulub asteroid.
>> No. 12368 Anonymous
5th March 2017
Sunday 5:00 am
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>>12367

Yer wot yer student yer like money jobs and stuff. Loads of poor people and that.

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>> No. 10764 Anonymous
16th November 2016
Wednesday 12:38 pm
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I need some advice in making a transition from a call centre/office environment to something much more physically-demanding without suffering a major financial setback. I've made this decision for the benefit of my mental health and other reasons, having become totally dissatisfied with the way things are ran where I am.

I've worked in the above job for four years and I've had three different roles, it's involved sales, technical help and general service work. Prior to that I worked at a stadium for five years doing cleaning and customer service. I've been applying for full time process operative jobs for about 6 weeks now without much luck, I don't have a driver's license yet so anything that asks for that I have to cross out and move on to the next one. I'm wondering now if the fact I have been in a call centre job for four years is making this harder for me. When applying, I'm making sure my CV is marrying up to the job description as much as possible with all relevant details on one page, so I meet all the right qualities etc.

I've been considering going to places like Reed to see what they're like for CV reviews, anyone else been in this position though? How long does it normally take before you move into something else?
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>> No. 10970 Anonymous
20th January 2017
Friday 12:49 pm
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>>10967
Pansy.
>> No. 10971 Anonymous
20th January 2017
Friday 1:16 pm
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>>10970
You spend your time talking to people on the internet? What are you, a fucking bender?
>> No. 10972 Anonymous
20th January 2017
Friday 2:16 pm
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>>10971
Eh?
>> No. 11158 Anonymous
3rd March 2017
Friday 12:50 pm
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>>10967

Sounds like everything I want in a job. Seriously.
>> No. 11164 Anonymous
5th March 2017
Sunday 4:44 am
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>>10971

Itla bumder m1

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>> ID: 13e7ad No. 14076 Anonymous
9th December 2016
Friday 1:08 am

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Can we have a search function please?

Just one that greps the OP posts?
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>> ID: ee06c4 No. 14096 Anonymous
23rd December 2016
Friday 10:20 am

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>> ID: 3f43eb No. 14097 Anonymous
24th December 2016
Saturday 9:30 am

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When is purpz going to make britsla.gs?
>> ID: 359f44 No. 14098 Anonymous
24th December 2016
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>>14097
>>>/bint/
>> ID: 3af4d0 No. 14116 Anonymous
4th March 2017
Saturday 12:24 am

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Test.
>> ID: b7ff72 No. 14117 Anonymous
5th March 2017
Sunday 4:31 am

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>>14076

grep bongo *

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>> No. 3251 Anonymous
5th March 2017
Sunday 1:40 am
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Does anyone here hail from Harlow? I need to speak to another human being. Not that I have anything to say, I just don't know anyone around here and am a bit lonely.

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>> No. 3808 Anonymous
3rd March 2017
Friday 8:21 pm
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Why is there less traffic on Friday mornings?
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>> No. 3809 Anonymous
3rd March 2017
Friday 8:26 pm
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It's the day of the week people are most likely to take off work. 3 day weekend, innit.
>> No. 3810 Anonymous
3rd March 2017
Friday 11:46 pm
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This. Also, when people work weekdays part-time, they're less likely to work Fridays. In our office, we've got two people who work 3-day weeks, both Tuesday-Thursday.

Friday evenings are a very different prospect, though. Lots of people getting away for the weekend.

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>> No. 57784 Anonymous
3rd March 2017
Friday 7:29 pm
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The first cut is the deepest.

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>> No. 6881 Anonymous
1st March 2017
Wednesday 10:12 pm
/£$€¥/6881 Vanguard Funds
Does anyone have any experience investing with Vanguard?

I have around £200 to invest each month and have read that regularly investing into stock and shares through Vanguard is a low cost option.

With a small amount should I be investing in ETFs or Index Funds?
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>> No. 6884 Anonymous
2nd March 2017
Thursday 8:47 am
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>>6883

Only if your are investing in coke.
>> No. 6885 Anonymous
3rd March 2017
Friday 11:38 am
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>>6883
Surely it'd be better than not investing it. Assuming the money would otherwise be wasted or go unused.
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3rd March 2017
Friday 12:16 pm
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>>6885
In the real world that's not really a safe assumption.
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3rd March 2017
Friday 3:10 pm
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>>6886
Why?
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3rd March 2017
Friday 5:30 pm
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You mean why might money not be wasted or unused? Emergencies? Short term savings? Any number of discretionary channels?

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>> No. 57774 Anonymous
2nd March 2017
Thursday 1:04 pm
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r8 my anti-masturbation device.

It's a strip of self-adhesive bandage. It keeps a bit of pressure on your helmet and takes away the urge to fap.

The less you fap the bigger your erections.
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>> No. 57778 Moralfag
2nd March 2017
Thursday 3:07 pm
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I didn't masturbate from Sunday until just earlier, and then it wasn't very good.

Lesson learned; my penis was lacking practice.
>> No. 57779 Ambulancelad
2nd March 2017
Thursday 3:17 pm
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>>57777
Seconded. Preferably from Justine's account.
>> No. 57780 Anonymous
2nd March 2017
Thursday 4:43 pm
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>>57776

/r/nofap might appreciate your sort of deviance.
>> No. 57781 Billbob
2nd March 2017
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>>57780
Speaking of which, I haven't had a wank since February.
>> No. 57782 Auntiefucker
2nd March 2017
Thursday 6:10 pm
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>>57781

February was only a couple of days ago m8

I'm only jealous that you've got better willpower than I have.

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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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>>7911

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.
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5th February 2017
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It's a shame you can't get melatonin on Amazon any more.
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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.

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>> No. 408373 Anonymous
9th February 2017
Thursday 12:41 pm
/b/408373 Weird Girls.
Lads, yesterday I had a strange encounter with a strange woman. The most notable thing about her is that she is bewilderingly eager to talk about shagging. Who she's shagged, who she wants to shag, how she's going to shag them and why. It's just relentless. A mate on the same course as me walked to the bus with her a while ago, and came in the following day gob smacked about how she'd been talking about threesomes with him and another lad more or less relentlessly. I just laughed it off and called him a fanny, but he was right, she's incessant.

Now, I'd been a hermit for about two and half years until recently, but her bizarre habit of blabbing endlessly about bonking reminded me of a girl I knew before who I'd have lunch with, who'd talk about sex with me and this other girl like it was, again, just the most normal thing in the world. It is, but it's definitively weird to bring it up with people you barely know while they're trying to eat a banana and a bagel, right? I know that's the most erotic lunchtime combination there is, but I certainly wasn't asking for it.

I understand that's only two women, but given how far removed from human society I've been that's roughly 87% of all the adult women I've met. What I'm wondering is, is this a "thing"? Do some women just realise they're fit and embrace it wholeheartedly? That seemed to be the case with the first girl I met, and both these women were late-teens, early-twenties. I'm not criticising, just taking note.

This is a daft rambly post, and I'm apologetic and thankful to anyone who read it.
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>> No. 408762 Anonymous
1st March 2017
Wednesday 7:32 am
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>>408757

Simple answer - always keep a windfall secret. It doesn't matter if it's a lottery win, a compensation payout, a pension lump sum or a million quid for sucking off a bloke. If word gets out that you've come into some money, a gaggle of cunts will come out of the woodwork wanting a piece.

Don't tell your friends, don't tell your kids and think hard about whether your wife needs to know. The only people who truly need to know full details of your finances are your banker, your accountant and yourself. If you spend your money like a sensible adult, no-one will even hazard a guess that you're minted.
>> No. 408763 Anonymous
1st March 2017
Wednesday 7:39 am
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At the same time, they're cutting 8% from the schools budget. Truly, baby boomers are the worst generation of narcissists.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-38301843
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1st March 2017
Wednesday 7:53 am
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>The NAO report says funding is not keeping pace with increased pupil numbers and rising costs of national insurance and pension contributions - and the budget gap will have reached £3bn by the end of the decade.

>The overall budget is protected against inflation, but the NAO report says that rising numbers of pupils will mean schools will face cuts in real-terms per-pupil income.

So not a cut per se. They're keeping the budget as it is whilst costs go up due to rising pupil numbers (thanks to all the immigrants) and pension contributions (thanks to public sector workers and their gold plated pensions).
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1st March 2017
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>>408764
Well memed, m7.
>> No. 408766 Anonymous
1st March 2017
Wednesday 10:06 am
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>>408764

It's a fair point, but it makes no odds to the kids who'll be sitting in massive classes with out-of-date textbooks. ARE GIDEON has slipped a bribe to middle-aged and elderly voters, at the expense of people who aren't old enough to vote yet. I hope they remember, and I hope they hold a grudge.

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>> No. 25856 Anonymous
28th February 2017
Tuesday 12:10 am
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Right, so my washing machine is spitting out water and it's done a number on the contents of the shelf under the sink. I'm going to seal its output but I bought a water alarm to be put on the floor in case I fuck it up, or something else leaks; the plumbing isn't great here. It's got two small metal sensor pads on the bottom which do a good job of making a racket when I dip it into water.

I have a question about this thing, though. The microcontroller (?) seems to be open to the air, and in my case water has been spewing out the top of a pipe, so there's a good chance it'll get inside if this happens again. Why is it open, and is there any reason why I wouldn't put a bit of tape over the hole (pointed to by the arrow)?
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>> No. 25857 Anonymous
28th February 2017
Tuesday 2:27 am
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I can't really say without a much higher-resolution image. There's a fairly good chance that the circuit board has a conformal coating - a very thin layer of waterproof lacquer protecting the entire board. The gap in the case might be there for a reason, or the manufacturer might have just re-used a case from another product.

The case as a whole clearly isn't waterproof. Taping up the gaps might provide some protection from water, or it might trap moisture inside the device and accelerate the rate of corrosion.

Ultimately, I'd suggest getting your washing machine repaired rather than trying to mitigate the effects of the leak.
>> No. 25858 Anonymous
28th February 2017
Tuesday 9:42 am
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>>25857
>There's a fairly good chance that the circuit board has a conformal coating - a very thin layer of waterproof lacquer protecting the entire board
Makes sense, I'll take the risk and leave it as-is. I can't see any lacquer, the top of the chip looks matte, whereas I'd expect it to look shiny if there was a lacquer layer on top, but honestly I'm not sure I'd know it if I saw it - attached an image of the chip anyway, but it's not great quality.

>I'd suggest getting your washing machine repaired
Sounds advice, I just can't afford to get a plumber out, or a new washing machine. I don't think it's the washing machine that's at fault - I've watched it flushing at the end of a washing cycle and it's not any faster than a tap, it's just that the back pressure on the pipe makes it spit back up and out (I've run a few packs of descaler through the machine anyway and will be doing so regularly from now on, I guess). The whole place has problems with plumbing, I have to pour drain cleaner down both sinks and the bath every month or water starts backing up, and I'm not flushing coffee grinds etc down there, so I don't think I'm doing anything especially dumb to cause it. I've checked the accessible piping for blocks and there's nothing present. I do have a housemate but he's aware of the issues and has been told the do's and dont's so I doubt he's doing anything much to cause these problems.

Thanks for your advice, anyway - any further input appreciated, obviously I'm not an expert in any of this stuff.
>> No. 25859 Anonymous
28th February 2017
Tuesday 7:18 pm
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>>25858
Can you share a photo of the plumbing underneath your sink? i.e. showing the drain hose from the machine, and the u-bend and everything it's connecting to? There's probably just a blockage further down in the system but there might be an obvious issue one of us can spot.

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>> No. 21501 Anonymous
26th February 2017
Sunday 7:23 pm
/v/21501 65+ Being old in rural Japan

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>> No. 21502 Anonymous
27th February 2017
Monday 7:58 pm
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>>21501
Rural Japan looks so nice.
>> No. 21503 Anonymous
27th February 2017
Monday 8:23 pm
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>>21502
Why is rural England so shit?

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>> No. 81441 Anonymous
17th January 2017
Tuesday 2:22 pm
/pol/81441 We're Going to Get Brexit Harder Than We Ever Imagined
>Brexit: UK to leave single market, says Theresa May

>Theresa May has said the UK "cannot possibly" remain within the European single market, as staying in it would mean "not leaving the EU at all". But the prime minister promised to push for the "greatest possible" access to the single market following Brexit.

>She said: "This agreement should allow for the freest possible trade in goods and services between Britain and the EU's member states."It should give British companies the maximum possible freedom to trade with and operate within European markets and let European businesses do the same in Britain. But I want to be clear: what I am proposing cannot mean membership of the single market. It would, to all intents and purposes mean not leaving the EU at all. That is why both sides in the referendum campaign made it clear that a vote to leave the EU would be a vote to leave the single market."

>She told the remaining 27 EU member states: "We will continue to be reliable partners, willing allies and close friends. We want to buy your goods, sell you ours, trade with you as freely as possible, and work with one another to make sure we are all safer, more secure and more prosperous through continued friendship." Mrs May, who backed Remain in the referendum, called for a "new and equal partnership" with the EU, "not partial membership of the European Union, associate membership of the European Union, or anything that leaves us half-in, half-out. We do not seek to adopt a model already enjoyed by other countries. We do not seek to hold on to bits of membership as we leave."

>After Mrs May's speech Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron said: "Hard Brexit was never on the ballot paper. Ripping us out of the single market was not something proposed to the British people. This is a theft of democracy."

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-38641208

Correct me if I'm wrong lads but I seem to remember some sort of Norway/Switzerland relationship was being pushed very hard by the Brexit campaign? Could this be the beginning of the end for Theresa if her government collapses on the leave vote?
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>> No. 81826 Anonymous
23rd February 2017
Thursday 1:37 pm
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>>81821
So yes, it does.
>> No. 81827 Anonymous
23rd February 2017
Thursday 2:21 pm
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>>81826
To a racist, obviously. But then you have to realise that minorities aren't the ones who should be lined up against the wall and executed... It's the racists that should face that. Then we can all have a great and happy world.

Kill yourself.
>> No. 81830 Anonymous
23rd February 2017
Thursday 8:08 pm
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>>81827
The vast majority under the axe would be the minorities themselves m8.
>> No. 81831 Anonymous
23rd February 2017
Thursday 8:37 pm
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>>81830
If they are racists, then sure.
>> No. 81870 Anonymous
27th February 2017
Monday 6:25 pm
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Heli carriers are more useful than you'd think, what with Crowsnest and anti - sub capability. The real problem is that building carriers takes ages and the cost cutting SDSR that scrapped Ark Royal happened before IS existed and Russia was stirring up shit, not to mention the pressure of recession. Which has left us with a capability gap but thems the breaks and the new QE class tubs look pretty amazing, Wonder if the money could've been better spent getting Sodexo away from the slop jockeys mind.

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>> No. 57773 Are Moaty
26th February 2017
Sunday 7:15 pm
/iq/57773 http://www.xvideos.com/video19394441/horny_mom_sucks_teen_cock_-_www.69sexl
6.20 onward.

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