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>> No. 60327 Paedofag
25th March 2018
Sunday 9:34 pm
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90% of Easter eggs won't say Easter on the front of their packaging this year because they don't want to offend the sand people.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/money/5893124/shops-erase-easter-packaging-chocolate-eggs/

Broken Britain. I thought Brexit meant this sort of thing wouldn't happen anymore?
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>> No. 60342 Are Moaty
26th March 2018
Monday 9:29 am
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>shadowy chocolate insider
We call them bumders here.
>> No. 60343 Auntiefucker
26th March 2018
Monday 2:21 pm
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>>60340
Except, as already stated in this thread, eskimos celebrate Easter. Jesus is in their book more than Mohammed is.

It's about the erosion of Christianity in Britain by corporate Jews, not eskimos. Remember from Sunday School? The Jews killed Jesus for calling them Satan worshippers. They hate him and everything to do with him.
>> No. 60344 YubYub
26th March 2018
Monday 3:34 pm
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>>60343
>Jesus is in their book more than Mohammed is
Really? No I have a hard time believing that. The Qur'an is about Mohammed and what he did and said, how can it mention Jesus more?
>> No. 60345 Billbob
26th March 2018
Monday 4:12 pm
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>>60344
>The Qur'an is about Mohammed and what he did and said
That's like saying the New Testament is just Revelations.
>> No. 60346 Crabkiller
26th March 2018
Monday 5:09 pm
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>>60345
There's quite a lot of revelations in the Bible, to be fair.

What exactly does the northern lights say about eating chocolate eggs anyway?

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>> No. 5641 Anonymous
21st September 2016
Wednesday 10:24 pm
/poof/5641 Hair loss and what to do
Lads,
Since hitting my mid-twenties, my hair on top is thinning, which I'm pretty sure is male pattern hair loss. Seems to me there must be plenty of poofs that've gone through this so I thought I'd ask for some advice.

I'm not really that upset about it, I did use finasteride for 4 weeks but there doesn't seem to have been an improvement. So I'm ready to just suck it up and accept the loss.

What I'm unsure about now is how to carry it. Asking for my normal haircut, which I've had for about a decade, is no longer possible. Are there people I could rely on to advise me on how best I should carry it? E.g. full slaphead, number 3 all over, etc. I just don't trust myself to make a good call and once you commit to a drastic haircut like that, you live with the consequences a bit.
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>> No. 5758 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 1:21 pm
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>>5757
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Wahl-Afro-Baldfader-Mains-Clipper/dp/B000HC2MCK

Shave and be proud of getting old. I have one of these, it cuts the closest of all of them.
>> No. 5759 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 4:09 pm
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>>5758

>Shave and be proud

I have no qualms with that, to be fair.

Appreciate the shaver recommendation, but would you happen to know the best battery powered one? I'm an international businessman you know.
>> No. 5760 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 7:51 pm
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>>5759
>best battery powered one

Never seen a good one. You actually need quite a lot of power to get a good head shave, when it is short it is stubbly and beardy and you need a perfect cut else it a) hurts and b) looks terrible. The baldfader is the best out there.

You can try razoring it too for a really close shave, but it takes a while to make it look good, a bit too long for me in the shower in the morning, so I use the baldfader on grade 0 twice a week, with grade 1 for the beard - it comes with all the attachments and doo-dahs. Use the razor for dates/interviews..
>> No. 5761 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 8:25 pm
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>I'm an international businessman don't you know
>> No. 5762 Anonymous
26th March 2018
Monday 7:06 am
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>You actually need quite a lot of power to get a good head shave

Fair play. I've done a grade 0 on a generic battery powered one before, and it's alright but it's definitely a bit 'fuzzy'.

I'll get one, they're cheap enough too. There's a hilarious review of it on amazon, a bloke has posted three pictures of his head with a few tiny red splotches, and has complained in all caps about how it's nearly killed him. The shave looks great though.

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>> No. 26357 Anonymous
20th March 2018
Tuesday 9:09 pm
/g/26357 Dodgy batteries
Hello brain trust.

What are our thoughts on third party laptop batteries?

I very much love my X220 and don't want to let it go, but both of the official batteries I have are about a third of the capacity they're supposed to be now.

There are still official Lenovo batteries on the market (for 80 quid) but I would assume these things have been sitting on shelves for long enough that they're probably half dead anyway.

Are Chinese knock-offs really that bad? I'd have thought we were at a stage in battery technology where they're probably as good as the ones made in the 'official' Taiwanese factory anyway. But at the same time I'm very aware that the potential for disaster is fairly high in a Li-ion pack.

Another possible move is that these battery packs are just a big plastic case full of 18650 cells. It's within my capabilities to spudge one open and replace the old cells with new 'trusted' ones, but it's a lot of hassle if the chinese ones aren't going to set fire to my cock.

Any thoughts? Do you trust the Chinese?
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>> No. 26409 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 5:56 pm
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I hate to be the grumpy old man not really, but you kids don't know how good you've got it. Back in my day, bands would scrimp and save for a couple of days in a crap demo studio. We usually booked the overnight shift because it was slightly cheaper. I can't begin to describe the heat and smell of a room that's lined in acoustic foam, full of hot analogue equipment, completely unventilated and being used 24/7. A reel of 2" tape cost a couple of hundred quid and only held 16 1/2 minutes of multitrack audio, so keeping your multitracks was an absurd luxury. The closest thing we had to home recording was a Portastudio, which cost about as much as a top-of-the-range Macbook. The only way to get your music heard by a wider audience was to send a tape to John Peel and cross your fingers.

Paying CDbaby £35 to release your album to the world is pocket money in the broader scheme of things. You don't need a record deal, you don't need a studio, you don't have to pay for pressing and you get to keep the majority of your royalties.
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25th March 2018
Sunday 6:29 pm
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You're not wrong, though there was nowt wrong with Portastudio. The record labels ran on cassette for a while, back when they'd get 15 million demo tapes in from their A&R.

Computer recording is still a very recent luxury - even when I was getting into the game in the naughties it was an exciting new novelty to record to HDD. I'd argue you still need to spend money (or invest time learning the skills) to get a usable demo.

Audio recording will however always be a bizarre fight between bleeding edge digital technology and a rack full of weird tube pres and compressors and a bucket reverb you found in someone's garage. I love it.
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25th March 2018
Sunday 6:32 pm
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>>26409

>get to keep the majority of your royalties.

That's the problem though, Before the 90s happened artists got a pretty decent deal, then it got progressively worse but still alright, and now you get a cheque for 25p from PRS every three months. The fact that it's piss easy to get your music out there is both a blessing and a curse - it has diluted the pool somewhat.
>> No. 26412 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 7:19 pm
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>Before the 90s happened artists got a pretty decent deal

We really didn't. They looked like OK deals because records sold in fantastic quantity, but the absolute percentages were horrible.

If you were a big artist and had a really good agent, you might have got 18% net. Out of that share, you paid for promotion, pressing and distribution. That tour bus? It's coming out of your royalties. The fancy sleeve with the holographic artwork? It's coming out of your royalties. The label takes the majority of the royalties, but then dumps all of their costs onto the artist. That 18% net deal gets whittled down to about 2% gross. Major artists might have been millionaires, but that's only because their labels were earning hundreds of millions. It was daylight robbery, but they got away with it because there was so much money sloshing around.

Deals started to look worse in the 90s, but that's mainly because CD sales started to collapse after the launch of Napster. The cost of recording and promotion were relatively fixed, so an increasing proportion of artists found themselves failing to recoup. Things only started getting objectively worse in the late 00s, when labels started offering 360 deals that covered record sales, live revenues and merch.

A notorious example of dirty record label accounting is something called breakage. Back in the days of vinyl, record labels would deduct about 20% of the artist's royalties for breakage, ostensibly because vinyl records were fragile and a lot of them got broken before reaching the retailers. The idea that one in five records were broken in transit somewhat stretches the limits of plausibility, but ho hum. When CDs arrived, the record labels were advertising them to the public as unbreakable, but they still charged 20% breakage. Ostensibly this was because the smaller CDs were easier to shoplift. When iTunes came along, the labels still charged 20% breakage for something that's literally impossible to break. It's 2018, most recording revenues are from streaming and the labels are still charging 20% breakage.
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25th March 2018
Sunday 11:37 pm
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>>26409

I certainly agree with most of your post.

I first started learning production techniques in the mid 00's before the "home recording revolution" really took off, but if anything my feelings are mixed at best about what it has done for music as a whole. Back then, there was no room for "all the gear, no idea" types. Anyone can play at being a musician these days, and it's harder for the ones with talent to shine out above the sea of rubbish- Which has only reinforced the power of labels and publishers.

Things have just gone completely the opposite of how I hoped they would, really. I was one of those people who really believed in the whole "Music can just be free for everyone, and we'll make all our money on gigs and merchandise!" utopian mindset in the early days of online distribution. No need for labels, kills the concept of piracy dead... But here we are a decade later, and it's pretty much just the same as it ever was, only there are no physical copies any more.

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>> No. 25927 Anonymous
19th October 2017
Thursday 6:02 pm
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>>25926
Fist of fun reference noted.
>> No. 25928 Anonymous
19th October 2017
Thursday 6:33 pm
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>>25927
Is that this week's hobby, Simon?
>> No. 25930 Anonymous
19th October 2017
Thursday 8:12 pm
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>>25928

Pedantry on the internet is every week's hobby.
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>> No. 26580 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 10:58 pm
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Intergal or, worse, intregal. How can the R even get that fucking far lost?

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>> No. 60321 Paedofag
25th March 2018
Sunday 9:08 pm
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>> No. 60322 Paedofag
25th March 2018
Sunday 9:10 pm
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>>60321
It's a fair point.
>> No. 60323 Crabkiller
25th March 2018
Sunday 9:12 pm
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He's whiter than any shade on that scale.

Also, we really don't need a second thread on him (>>/news/14382).
>> No. 60324 Billbob
25th March 2018
Sunday 9:20 pm
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>>60321
Keep it to one thread.
>> No. 60325 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 9:22 pm
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>>60324
But this is an /iq/ thread, which is special for some reason and means we can be ironically racist in it. Isn't that fun?
>> No. 60326 Are Moaty
25th March 2018
Sunday 9:30 pm
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>>60325
Oh, it's you. The lad who doesn't understand how this board works.

If you don't get it, just forget it.

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>> No. 60310 Are Moaty
25th March 2018
Sunday 5:34 pm
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Is anyone else enjoying Tommy Robinson's journalism?


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nn5RtDC-roI


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xH4Uy3LfyZ4
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>> No. 60312 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 5:43 pm
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He is basically Simon for idiots.
>> No. 60313 YubYub
25th March 2018
Sunday 5:55 pm
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>Race isn't a valid point about mass immigration
Ah the civic nationalist
>> No. 60314 R4GE
25th March 2018
Sunday 6:27 pm
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>>60313
Stop greentexting.
>> No. 60315 Ambulancelad
25th March 2018
Sunday 6:29 pm
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>>60311
I haven't heard much racist stuff from him. He seems to focus on eskimos exclusively.

He's been cunting around for a while but I watched his speech at oxford union which led me towards reading his book. The fucker has been through a slice of state induced hell if the book was true.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YQ94jFg_4A
>> No. 60320 Auntiefucker
25th March 2018
Sunday 7:41 pm
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>>60310
Isn't it the case that he is actually a public school boy and that isn't even his real name?

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>> No. 60302 Ambulancelad
25th March 2018
Sunday 1:55 pm
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>> No. 60317 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 6:37 pm
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Is this the Russkie Charlotte Church?

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>> No. 4104 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 7:03 am
/mph/4104 F1 2018
These halo things look really bad.
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>> No. 4120 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 4:42 pm
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"UCI illegal" has become a sort of marketing tactic for high end bikes aimed at the dentist prosumer market.
>> No. 4121 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 4:54 pm
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>>4119

I was just thinking it may make more sense to have a person laying flat. In fact, is there a motorcycle design of this type? The obvious element of danger is increased, but on the other hand, you would feel like a superhero.
>> No. 4122 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 5:11 pm
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>>4107

Watch the helmet camera video and you'll see that an F1 driver is almost always looking sideways to the next corner entry, apex or exit. Putting the bar smack in the middle is actually the least obtrusive place from the driver's perspective.

>>4115

They tested bubble windscreens, but it distorted the view and gave everyone motion sickness. A bubble screen offers much less protection, because polycarbonate is far weaker than carbon fiber.

>>4121

The head-first position is an eccentric effort by Graeme Obree; the vast majority of properly quick bikes have a recumbent rather than prone position. The absolutely fastest position is to sit backwards and pedal the rear wheel (it allows for a more streamlined fairing design), but it's not particularly practical for racing. I've owned a couple of lowracer recumbents and they're a joy to ride - as comfortable as an old armchair, but faster than the most hardcore TT bike.
>> No. 4123 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 5:13 pm
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>>4122

Surely your neck aches from holding your head up to see forward?
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25th March 2018
Sunday 5:29 pm
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>>4123

An adjustable headrest is available if you need it. With the right seat angle, your head balances quite comfortably without any support. The seating position of a lowracer recumbent is remarkably similar to that of an F1 car - it's the best compromise between ergonomics and aerodynamics.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgvd9v9KiGU

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>> No. 60295 Samefag
25th March 2018
Sunday 3:07 am
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>> No. 60296 Auntiefucker
25th March 2018
Sunday 3:10 am
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I laughed out loud when he started listing bands. What a trip.

Always nice to see meme people having a sense of humour about the whole thing.
>> No. 60297 YubYub
25th March 2018
Sunday 6:54 am
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>> No. 83991 Anonymous
21st March 2018
Wednesday 4:03 am
/pol/83991 Fall Guy
Clearly a slippery character and the whole thing doesn't seem good for him personally. Lying to parliament/congress is never a good look.

What happens next with Cambridge Analytica? Will this have any impact at all on the 2020 election? What happens when it all comes out about them and Brexit?

Personally I am not sure much will change, but it has been a political soap opera of a day...
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>> No. 84033 Anonymous
24th March 2018
Saturday 7:11 pm
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No lad - firstly it is the fact that parties used to have to declare how much they spent on advertising (in print and TV) and with these methods, it is far more opaque. Secondly, they have been breaking data protection laws while doing so. Third, the CEO has been caught on TV suggesting they use various kinds of illegal activities to shift elections in different countries. Lastly, there are strict limits in many countries on who can work on campaigns, and they have been riding roughshod over those rules.

Most people have not shrugged their shoulders and moved on.
>> No. 84034 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 3:06 am
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This is more of an android permissions problem in the grand scheme, but still.
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25th March 2018
Sunday 6:21 am
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http://www.euronews.com/2018/03/24/police-spies-helped-create-employee-blacklist-for-uk-companies-force-admits

Fuck this lads I'm moving to Canada.
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25th March 2018
Sunday 6:24 am
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It's a great place - did a long trip (okay 3 weeks) in huge RV, amazing country. Like the best bits of the US mixed with the best bits of France, only the people were much lovelier. The population density is very low and the country is huge, you drive for an hour and see nothing. Loved it. Would move there in a heartbeat.

Also: fucking cold in the winter.
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25th March 2018
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>What happens when it all comes out about them and Brexit?

ITZ COMING

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>> No. 22094 Anonymous
17th March 2018
Saturday 4:28 pm
/v/22094 Secrets of the Masons
There is another Docu about masons on BBC2 Scotland about the Grand Lodge of Scotland on Monday at 9 o'clock called "Secrets of the Masons", which looks like it could be quite interesting. Many English masons complained about their docu, but from what I gather from speaking to my brethern who've seen the video already, this one is quite good.

Worth a watch, if you're interested in The IlluminatiMasonry and... I'll even answer any questions you lads have short of wilfully perjuring myself. Why not, could be a good thread.
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>> No. 22262 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 2:49 am
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I'm way too fucking deep at this point.
>> No. 22263 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 3:01 am
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Strippers are always a bit naff though - particularly when they have all their clothes on, like whats the point.

Masonlad, is this a normal thing?
>> No. 22264 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 3:08 am
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>Strippers are always a bit naff though

True. That makes it even more sinister. If this is the reason they're so secretive I'll be disappointed. At least have a proper orgy. They hopefully at least sacrificed her to moloch.
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25th March 2018
Sunday 3:13 am
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That looks awkward, it made me laugh though. Masonic halls tend to have top tier lighting equipment for rituals and would have no problem making this look quite sexy, but this doesn't look sexy at all because the fucking megalomaniacs in the chairs can't sit at the front even though they aren't in open lodge.

Weird I spotted this before dosing off, now I'm wondering if the guys always do that? Like, even if they hire a band they just sit behind the band like fucking spooky bastards rather than sit with their lodge.
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25th March 2018
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Looks like it was filmed a long time ago - also, looks like it was filmed in NTSC so probably Americans.

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>> No. 3386 Anonymous
23rd March 2018
Friday 2:34 am
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What's life like in Cornwall?

I've heard it's warmer than the rest of England and very "white".
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23rd March 2018
Friday 2:37 am
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Yes to both - it is a lot warmer, lots of things grow there that won't in other parts of the country. It is very fucking white and it is ruined by tourism. Reminds me of Florida.

Never, ever visit Lands End it is exactly like the Florida Keys - beautiful countryside ruined by people setting up tourist trap businesses of the worst kind.

I think North Cornwall is probably the place to be, or perhaps Devon.
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23rd March 2018
Friday 4:43 pm
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Come to Northumberland. It's cold, desolate and not as wet as Cumbria.
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23rd March 2018
Friday 4:50 pm
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That picture is cracking. I want a hill throne.
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24th March 2018
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I'd feel a bit exposed and wouldn't be able to go.

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>> No. 14382 Anonymous
21st March 2018
Wednesday 5:44 pm
/news/14382 Mark Anthony Conditt
The dude who has been leaving bombs around Austin, Texas - blew himself up yesterday.

http://definingmystance.blogspot.co.uk

Seems like a cool guy.
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>> No. 14481 Anonymous
24th March 2018
Saturday 5:48 pm
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No, that was your point, not mine.
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24th March 2018
Saturday 6:54 pm
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The assumption that Texasbomberlad may have been a Christian radical wasn't that far fetched after all:

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/austin-bomber-mark-anthony-conditt-texas-christian-righteous-invasion-truth-a8267976.html

>Austin bomber Mark Anthony Conditt was part of Christian survivalist group that discussed 'dangerous' chemicals

>Mark Anthony Conditt reportedly took part in a conservative outdoors club called Righteous Invasion of Truth (RIOT), in which home-schooled young people studied the Bible and were taught gun skills.

>"He and and his family are as normal as I’ve seen anybody," Jeff Reeb, a neighbour of the Conditt family in Pflugerville for approximately 17 years, told The Independent.

>Former friends remembered Conditt as a “pretty normal kid” who was home-schooled by his “conservative, strictly religious” family in Pflugerville.


So he was a virgin after all.

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>> No. 14486 Anonymous
24th March 2018
Saturday 6:59 pm
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Interesting - I think the next useful part of this story will come when the police publish what he said in the 24-minute video "confession" they found he recorded the night before on his phone.

Right with you on Texas and the Bible Belt - it is easy to like them for the consistency of the views and their quirks, but when you dig deep, they can be monstrous people.
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24th March 2018
Saturday 8:22 pm
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>but when you dig deep, they can be monstrous people.

As Stephen Weinberg said once,

"With or without religion, you would have good people doing good things and evil people doing evil things. But for good people to do evil things, it takes religion."

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>> No. 21760 Clog
21st March 2014
Friday 6:02 pm
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A lot of people here seem to be confusing the word "white" with the phrase "white mater race". They are not synonyms, the "master race" part of the phrase is meaningful. Only a small minority of the nations commonly described as "white" have ever demonstrated that they are part of any sort of "master race". Almost all of the white nations have attempted to make themselves masters of other peoples, to have empires and to dominate significant sections of the planet and most of them have failed, which demonstrates that they are not part of any master race. Whole foreign continents speak English, Spanish and Portugese. French is a native language on 5 of 7 contents and Dutch is used natively on 4.
This map describes accurately which countries are and are not part of the white master race.
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>> No. 21797 Kraut
28th March 2014
Friday 11:14 pm
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>>21788
I don't really know how many people the National Socialists killed, but it was probably less than the British Empire.
>> No. 21798 Fairy
28th March 2014
Friday 11:16 pm
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>>21797
Seeing as the BE was around a lot, lot longer than the third reich that's not a very good comparison.
>> No. 21800 Fairy
28th March 2014
Friday 11:29 pm
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>>21797
True, but to be fair we did have a 300-year head start.
>> No. 24115 Redneck
24th March 2018
Saturday 7:59 am
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lame limpdicked landlocked losers
>> No. 24116 Raoul
24th March 2018
Saturday 8:09 am
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>>24115

A four year bump for that m8?

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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. 11787 Anonymous
29th December 2017
Friday 11:30 am
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Haven't been paid "muh dole" for tomorrow, guess it's time to argue on the phone.
>> No. 12123 Anonymous
23rd March 2018
Friday 11:28 pm
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Basic income when?
>> No. 12124 Anonymous
23rd March 2018
Friday 11:55 pm
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>>12123
When the Greens get into power.

It's a double breasted grey overcoat?
>> No. 12125 Anonymous
23rd March 2018
Friday 11:57 pm
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>>12124
Local elections in May, you know.

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>> No. 60267 Auntiefucker
23rd March 2018
Friday 4:09 pm
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r8 my song

>WIMMIN STRONK
>WIMMIN STRONK
>WIMMIN STRONK
>WIMMIN STRONK

>WIMMIN SO MUCH STRONK

>WIMMIN HAVE THE MOST STRONKNESS IN THE WORLD
>WIMMIN HAVE THE MOST STRONKNESS IN THE WORLD
>WIMMIN HAVE THE MOST STRONKNESS IN THE WORLD
>WIMMIN HAVE THE MOST STRONKNESS IN THE WORLD

>WIMMIN SO MUCH STRONK
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>> No. 60268 Anonymous
23rd March 2018
Friday 4:16 pm
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It's shit, you can fuck off now.
>> No. 60269 YubYub
23rd March 2018
Friday 4:21 pm
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>>60267
Needs a rhetorical that they answer anyway.
>> No. 60270 Crabkiller
23rd March 2018
Friday 6:05 pm
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>>60267

He was incel
He had 4 chins
Can I make it any more obvious

Posted shit on /IQ/
Afraid of girlkind
Was he a krautchan refugee?

Trolling with tears
Tears in his eyes
Would a good bumming free him from this hell?

Edgy as hell
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>> No. 60271 Samefag
23rd March 2018
Friday 8:09 pm
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>>60270
Mirth.
>> No. 60272 YubYub
23rd March 2018
Friday 8:23 pm
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I heard the beyonce song halo on the radio earlier today.

taken out of context, without knowing it was beyonce, and all that that entails, I might have mistaken it for some sort of neo-nazi propaganda anthem about the ideal aryan ubermensch.

truly that woman has issues.

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>> No. 6317 Anonymous
18th March 2018
Sunday 11:25 am
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After going back and forth doing fuck all worth anything, I finally applied to Uni after getting a bit of experience with my chosen subject. Had an interview and assessment on the 10th and now I just gotta wait. I feel like I fucked it up and I'm totally shitting it.

This was probably the best chance I've had to do something with my life and get out of the venemous hell hole that is my home before it eats me alive.

Nothing much else to say, really. Daren't tell friends because I don't want my likely failure to be known but had to tell someone.
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>> No. 6326 Anonymous
19th March 2018
Monday 8:21 pm
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>>6325
Dunno how it compares to the usual but I was told there were around 1500 applicants for 90 places.
>> No. 6327 Anonymous
23rd March 2018
Friday 5:07 pm
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Holy shit. I fucking did it, lads. They accepted me unconditionally. I'm ecstatic.
>> No. 6330 Anonymous
23rd March 2018
Friday 5:18 pm
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>>6327
Good on that man, purpz activate the confetti!
>> No. 6331 Anonymous
23rd March 2018
Friday 6:23 pm
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>>6330
Thank you, bro. I know people were saying Uni isn't everything but I've been searching for my passion for years and finding a way out of my current situation. To find that and then be accepted to my dream uni is quite frankly, fucking unreal. Y
>> No. 6332 Anonymous
23rd March 2018
Friday 6:47 pm
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>>6327
Well done ladm8!!

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>> No. 415831 Anonymous
25th February 2018
Sunday 9:19 pm
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Watch out, lads.

Snowmageddon is on the way. You might need to crack out the thermals.
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>> No. 416411 Anonymous
22nd March 2018
Thursday 11:19 pm
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>>416410

That's true.

I do remember it snowing a few times at the end of march though when I was a kid, only because I remember snow on a few of my birthdays. (31st, by the way, get me something nice)
>> No. 416412 Anonymous
23rd March 2018
Friday 12:54 am
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Too late to claim the purchase as a tax right off, so it'll be an Easter egg. A fancy Thorntons one that says Easter and everything on it, though. None of the PC chocolate egg nonsense.
>> No. 416413 Anonymous
23rd March 2018
Friday 1:14 am
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>>416412
>fancy Thorntons one

Don't know why, but I've always thought their chocolate looks a bit rank. I'm more of a Hotel Chocolat kind of ponce I think.
>> No. 416415 Anonymous
23rd March 2018
Friday 1:25 am
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>>416413

>>416413

It's really nice, though so is Hotel Chocolat.

The older I get the more I appreciate a good dark chocolate, and I hate to admit it but the best chocolate I've ever are between Valrohna and Callebaut. There's usually a 2.5kg bag of one or the other in every commercial kitchen I set foot in, so that helps. Chocolate in general is great, but being able to shove a fistful of chocolate pellets in your mouth is something else entirely.
>> No. 416421 Anonymous
23rd March 2018
Friday 2:16 pm
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It just occurred to me that the yellow shaded area on the map could pass for a quite poorly drawn penis and testicles.

So it was really penisgeddon, not snowmageddon.

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>> No. 84014 Anonymous
22nd March 2018
Thursday 11:21 pm
/pol/84014 Just when you thought it couldn't get any weirder
This guy gets appointed. He is a right piece of work.

https://www.npr.org/2018/03/22/595897412/john-boltons-curious-appearance-in-a-russian-gun-rights-video
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>> No. 84015 Anonymous
22nd March 2018
Thursday 11:39 pm
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https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-legal-case-for-striking-north-korea-first-1519862374

Bat shit insanity. Genuinely this presidency might bring about a nuclear armageddon. That's not even a crackpot theory at this point, it's firmly rooted in reality.

This plus the fact Mueller is obviously going to be fired will make for a very interesting time. It's like watching a soap opera that might accidentally lead to your vaporisation.
>> No. 84016 Anonymous
22nd March 2018
Thursday 11:43 pm
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That's a fucking amazing article, almost included it in the OP. He wrote that just a few weeks ago FFS.

This is how we should think today about the threat of nuclear warheads delivered by ballistic missiles. In 1837 Britain unleashed pre-emptive “fire and fury” against a wooden steamboat. It is perfectly legitimate for the United States to respond to the current “necessity” posed by North Korea’s nuclear weapons by striking first.

And he's going to use something we did 180 years ago as the legal basis.
>> No. 84017 Anonymous
22nd March 2018
Thursday 11:44 pm
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>>84015

My more politically aware friends reckon this is a play to become a wartime president and thus all but guarantee four more years. Chilling.
>> No. 84018 Anonymous
22nd March 2018
Thursday 11:47 pm
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>>84017
As if anyone would ever do that.
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23rd March 2018
Friday 1:19 am
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>>84015
https://www.nytimes.com/2015/03/26/opinion/to-stop-irans-bomb-bomb-iran.html

Another of his opinion pieces.

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>> No. 60254 Samefag
22nd March 2018
Thursday 7:53 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RghqIWqKhmU

Mesmerising, for all the wrong reasons.
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>> No. 60257 Auntiefucker
22nd March 2018
Thursday 8:03 pm
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>>60256


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_rsykMaQDo4
>> No. 60258 Samefag
22nd March 2018
Thursday 10:25 pm
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>>60256
>I'D LOVE TO LIVE THERE.

I visited Tokyo for a long weekend - every bit as good as you imagine. Many of my English friends there said it was a very tough place to actually live in though.
>> No. 60259 Moralfag
22nd March 2018
Thursday 10:34 pm
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>MANY OF MY ENGLISH FRIENDS THERE SAID IT WAS A VERY TOUGH PLACE TO ACTUALLY LIVE IN THOUGH.

I've heard the same, the gaijin discrimination is very real. I'm not sure I could realistically expect to work in a Japanese place of business (assuming I would learn to speak the language), I have enough issue with British office politics never mind the bat shit social rules over there.

If I was over there doing my own thing or working locally for an English concern (not impossible to imagine) then I'd probably love it. Social isolation is a plus for me rather than a negative.

Or I could go to china, my mate is over there somewhere and he likens being a 6 foot bearded white bloke over there to living like a celebrity.
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22nd March 2018
Thursday 10:39 pm
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>GAIJIN DISCRIMINATION

Really is - they took me to this absolutely minging "Irish pub" and I wondered aloud why they spent so much of their time there, it was because in the "native" bars and pubs everyone was awful to them.

>WHITE BLOKE OVER THERE TO LIVING LIKE A CELEBRITY

Have also heard this about China too. Also, the willy size thing - they look at us in the same way we apocryphally talk about Black blokes being well hung.
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22nd March 2018
Thursday 10:49 pm
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>ALSO, THE WILLY SIZE THING

This goes some way to explain why my friend went for six months and has ended up being there about five years now.

He had a great update in which he was being stalked by a chinese bloke who would knock on his door and film him and post things alluding to him having 'multiple lovers' and stuff, but only ever addressed him by his instagram user name. Apparently it's a fairly common attempt at scamming people out of money, seemed utterly bizarre from our perspective.

If I lived in china I'd never be out of those sample warehouses that sell you an example of the weird tat they mass produce.

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