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>> No. 12930 Anonymous
26th May 2017
Friday 6:25 pm
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Why are the newspapers allowed to show election bias but the TV isn't?
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>> No. 12996 Anonymous
27th May 2017
Saturday 9:31 pm
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Why do you think Brown was an economically incompetent Chancellor/Prime Minister?
>> No. 13000 Anonymous
27th May 2017
Saturday 9:42 pm
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For starters, he sold off most of our gold reserves at a historic low price. At the very least, that suggests questionable judgement.
>> No. 13004 Anonymous
27th May 2017
Saturday 9:56 pm
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Not really. There's no real benefit to be gained from holding on to gold, and it was unarguably a good choice to diversify national assets at the time. The fact that it would have been worth more at a later date says nothing much. If you're able to predict with any degree of accuracy long term changes in value of such a speculative asset you don't just have good judgement, you have precognition.
>> No. 13005 Anonymous
27th May 2017
Saturday 9:57 pm
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Is that it? You say for starters. In terms of questionable judgement on the part of Chancellors that doesn't even approach the worst examples, and it certainly wasn't responsible for our "worst ever economic crisis".
>> No. 13012 Anonymous
27th May 2017
Saturday 11:04 pm
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I could go on a long thing but for simplicities sake I'm just going to say PFI was shit and the "will he-won't he?" of the election in 2008 was sheer political ineptitude.

Plus, I mean, the London Underground Public-Private Partnership. Really, I'd rather not de-rail (oops?) the thread into an argument over the 1997-2010 government. I was just playing devil's advocate to stretch out the idea that it's right to say elements of both predictions came true. Every government has instances of incompetence (and thus, can be argued to be incompetent if you so wish.) so it's a pretty easy thing to do.


>> No. 410393 Anonymous
13th May 2017
Saturday 5:10 pm
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Eurovision/weekend thread? Eurovision/weekend thread.

How's it going, lads?
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>> No. 410468 Anonymous
16th May 2017
Tuesday 10:06 pm
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There have been far worse Austrians than coked out, suicide-by-bus Falco.

(was it a bus he hit head-on at his moment of death? A lorry? I can't remember.)
>> No. 410470 Anonymous
16th May 2017
Tuesday 11:04 pm
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>> No. 410689 Anonymous
25th May 2017
Thursday 10:40 pm
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Seriously though, you listen to this and tell me it's a bad song. It's catchy.
>> No. 410722 Anonymous
27th May 2017
Saturday 11:20 am
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Call me a cynic, but that video looks more like an Austrian tourism board advert in which they have stuck a gullible young lad who thinks he is really promoting his decent but entirely unremarkable new single.

Between genocide, decade-long basement incarceration and 80s German language rap, this really isn't the worst accomplishment by an Austrian in living memory. But Austrians seem to have problems striking a balance between all out pure fucking evil and underwhelming blandness.
>> No. 410723 Anonymous
27th May 2017
Saturday 2:43 pm
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Thank you! That's all I wanted to hear. The worst you can say about this song is that you find it bland. But it's not awful, unlike, say, the Spanish entry.


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>> No. 4442 Anonymous
24th May 2017
Wednesday 5:10 pm
/boo/4442 Government funded arts
This is fairly old news now, how the CIA essentially funded postmodernism in order to compete with Soviet art and make the US seem more sophisticated in Europe and all that tripe.

It just makes me wonder, have you noticed how some of the chans over the years have had no banner ads and no donation drives?
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>> No. 4451 Anonymous
25th May 2017
Thursday 12:50 pm
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For many are called, yet few are chosen, eh?
>> No. 4452 Anonymous
25th May 2017
Thursday 2:07 pm
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Are you making fun of people with Down's syndrome?
>> No. 4453 Anonymous
25th May 2017
Thursday 2:18 pm
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He probably is unaware of down brother who likes his ale.
>> No. 4454 Anonymous
25th May 2017
Thursday 8:01 pm
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I too have a highers in English.
>> No. 4456 Anonymous
25th May 2017
Thursday 8:21 pm
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Yeah, well I've got GCEs in Maths and Art.


>> No. 58048 R4GE
25th May 2017
Thursday 10:19 am
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It's 10am. Do you know where your towel is?
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>> No. 58049 YubYub
25th May 2017
Thursday 6:55 pm
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At 10am my towel was in the washing machine.

The delay start button is fantastic.
>> No. 58050 YubYub
25th May 2017
Thursday 7:22 pm
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Good job, lad.

Remember, always know where you towel is.
>> No. 58051 Anonymous
25th May 2017
Thursday 7:26 pm
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I like that Towel Day is now routinely celebrated on the ISS.


>> No. 82312 Anonymous
7th May 2017
Sunday 2:20 pm
/pol/82312 Fucking Tory pigs must die
If you voted Tory, or intend to in future then please please please take your own life immediately. You are an enemy of humanity and you are too stupid to continue living.
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>> No. 82510 Anonymous
17th May 2017
Wednesday 7:45 pm
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Suppose that every day, ten men go out for beer and the bill for all ten comes to £100...

If they paid their bill the way we pay our taxes, it would go something like this...

The first four men (the poorest) would pay nothing.
The fifth would pay £1.
The sixth would pay £3.
The seventh would pay £7..
The eighth would pay £12.
The ninth would pay £18.
The tenth man (the richest) would pay £59.

So, that's what they decided to do..

The ten men drank in the bar every day and seemed quite happy with the arrangement, until one day, the owner threw them a curve ball.
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>> No. 82511 Anonymous
17th May 2017
Wednesday 7:52 pm
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Neither relevant or by David R Kamerschen.
>> No. 82512 Anonymous
17th May 2017
Wednesday 8:22 pm
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1. what is it with neoclassical cocksuckers and stupid analogies
2. all this does is create an argument for multilateral capital controls (i.e. keynes clearing union or something) as a contingency necessary for basically all major countries. (suppose the necessity to jack taxes up arises - let's say hitler comes back and WW4 starts: if the rich can all just hop off to the cayman islands, that's a problem for everyone except Helen Kilpatrick...)
>> No. 82545 Anonymous
25th May 2017
Thursday 8:31 am
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Me and 4 other mates off to the isle of man with our It company, shit weather but less shit iykwim.
>> No. 82546 Anonymous
25th May 2017
Thursday 10:17 am
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Ermergerd stupidest thing I've ever read. Public services aren't beer and there is more than one type of tax. And as above multilateral capital controls.


>> No. 4437 Anonymous
24th May 2017
Wednesday 8:42 am
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This is at least 60% shitpost, but I just need to put the thought down somewhere.

A big terrorist attack. On home soil. At the height of campaigning, during a snap general election.

It's also the only election in however many decades with a party leader that looks less-than-willing to bomb other countries on command.

Obviously attacks are targeted to cause the most disruption. I just feel very, very /boo/.
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>> No. 4438 Anonymous
24th May 2017
Wednesday 11:02 am
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My personal /BOO/ theories of late are that the Russians rigged the US election and Brexit, for optimal destruction of their enemies. And will therefore rig this election too. I therefore expect a Labour-SNP coalition as that is the best strategy to tear the country apart.
>> No. 4439 Anonymous
24th May 2017
Wednesday 11:11 am
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It's difficult to understand why a eskimo would be willing to give their life to do something which could only possibly make life worse for eskimos and strengthen and further militarise a government which will only be more likely to attack eskimo countries.
>> No. 4440 Anonymous
24th May 2017
Wednesday 11:29 am
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Ahahaha, you poor, poor man-sheep. Obviously the bomber believed in the need to kill kaffir. However, the MI6 operatives that posed as ISIS vets and used Mr Abedi as a proxy knew the REAL aim behind the attack. I hope all that fluoride was worth the lovely teeth, you handsome fool.

I don't believe that really, but that's what I would assume if I thought this was a set up.
>> No. 4441 Anonymous
24th May 2017
Wednesday 1:11 pm
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That's kind of the main aim of ISIS. To draw lines, divide society and let the war they want begin.
>> No. 4443 Anonymous
24th May 2017
Wednesday 5:23 pm
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Keep in mind the woman who would organize such a vast conspiracy is Amber Rudd, pictured here in her now trademark safety glasses.

I would hazard to guess that the people who launch suicide attacks on children are probably not all that inclined towards thinking about the long-term consequences. To me ISIS terrorists seem to have more in common with school shooters only it is society at large that has made them feel so impotent that they have to lash out with obscene brutality.


>> No. 25920 Anonymous
18th May 2017
Thursday 8:49 pm
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I was given a dated Archos tablet. After some messing about I can see the utility in them, but it can no longer run the latest versions of my Android apps.

I'm completely new to tablets, but I'm hoping to find something cheap and cheerful for reading (eBooks and my own notes), and some light internet browsing.

I'm thinking about one of the ASUS ZenPads, probably the bigger 10.1" one. Could this feasibly be used for comfortably study?
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>> No. 25923 Anonymous
19th May 2017
Friday 6:15 pm
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I'll never understand why companies persist in thinking putting magnets in electronics is a good idea.
>> No. 25924 Anonymous
19th May 2017
Friday 6:17 pm
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So you have to buy another one.
>> No. 25925 Anonymous
19th May 2017
Friday 11:56 pm
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Holy shit tablets have come a long way since I got mine. Looks like it's time for me to upgrade. Is any particular manufacturer considered to be leading the field at the moment?
>> No. 25926 Anonymous
21st May 2017
Sunday 11:26 am
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I can't compare it to Android tablets but the Kindle Fire tablets are pretty good value for money. Only problem is that they are by default hooked into Amazon's app store not Google Play, so quite a few apps available on Android are either not maintained as frequently or completely absent. I'd say it's great for reading ebooks and light internet browsing but if you have want to use a lot of specific non-Amazon apps you may be out of luck.
>> No. 25927 Anonymous
23rd May 2017
Tuesday 8:22 pm
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You can root them then replace the hideous launcher, disable the ads and install Google Play. I've been using my a while just for reading and a Spotify remote. I can't complain for £30.


>> ID: d80efc No. 14162 Anonymous
18th April 2017
Tuesday 12:14 am

ID: d80efc
/shed/14162 What's going on?

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>> ID: 80b2bd No. 14178 Anonymous
14th May 2017
Sunday 8:02 pm

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Should I concerned?

Keep in mind that I am 52 and don't know much about cyber-security.
>> ID: ec74d0 No. 14180 Anonymous
14th May 2017
Sunday 9:02 pm

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Only if you were planning to give us your bank details, in which case I'm not sure.
>> ID: 2b831f No. 14196 Anonymous
23rd May 2017
Tuesday 6:13 pm

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Can't be arsed to make a new thread for this, but is anyone else finding that if they view a whole thread from /*/ the most recent posts don't show up? Instead I'm having to expand the thread in /*/
>> ID: 2082fa No. 14197 Anonymous
23rd May 2017
Tuesday 6:17 pm

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I'm having that if I use last 50 posts, but it works if I refresh it.
>> ID: 607023 No. 14199 Anonymous
23rd May 2017
Tuesday 8:08 pm

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There's a glitch were it seems to load your last cached version of the page.
Just hitting F5 should make the missing posts appear.


>> No. 58041 Billbob
22nd May 2017
Monday 10:58 pm
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Don't we all, Nick. Don't we all.
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>> No. 58046 Are Moaty
23rd May 2017
Tuesday 12:30 pm
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Well, now you can. It's a bit of a disappointment.
>> No. 58047 Billbob
23rd May 2017
Tuesday 1:41 pm
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I wish someone would pay me to sit in a hot-tub all day. I'd do that for minimum wage and hardly ever pull a sickie (unless I get the shits).


>> No. 82525 Anonymous
20th May 2017
Saturday 6:15 am
/pol/82525 Facebook blocks Pulitzer-winning reporter over Malta government exposé
Remember when we started talking about Facebook gaining a worrying power to censor the news?

>Facebook has censored a Pulitzer prize-winning journalist for publishing a series of posts alleging corruption by the prime minister of Malta and his associates. Matthew Caruana Galizia, a member of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists’ award-winning Panama Papers team, was temporarily locked out of his Facebook account over four posts, which were deleted for violating the social network’s community standards.

>“For me, this process was enlightening because I realised how crippling and punitive this block is for a journalist,” Caruana Galizia told the Guardian by email.

>The posts, which were written in Maltese, contained allegations of wrongdoing by prime minister Joseph Muscat, his chief of staff Keith Schembri, and minister of energy Konrad Mizzi. Each post included images of documents from the Panama Papers leak. The censorship of Caruana Galizia comes amid considerable political turmoil and intrigue in the Mediterranean island nation, where a snap election is scheduled for 3 June. It also again raises concerns over Facebook’s incredible power to disseminate – or block – news and information.

>On 7 May, Matthew Caruana Galizia, who is the son of Daphne Caruana Galizia, began publishing his own reporting on offshore companies and Maltese political figures on his Facebook page, using the hashtags #FattiKorrotti and #CorruptionFacts. The posts include scans of documents from the Panama Papers, including passports, bank statements, and letters, as well as Caruana Galizia’s explanation of their meaning.

>On Tuesday 16 May, Caruana Galizia was locked out of his account for 24 hours. Several #FattiKorrotti posts were deleted.

>The deletions raise questions about how Facebook moderates journalism. In 2016, the social media site ignited a global controversy when it censored an iconic Vietnam war photograph of a naked child fleeing a Napalm attack. Facebook initially defended its decision, going so far as to delete a post by the Norwegian prime minister, because it was consistent with its policy barring nudity. Facebook subsequently amended its policy, announcing that it would allow people to publish material that would otherwise violate its standards if it was found to be “newsworthy, significant, or important to the public interest”.

>Documents related to alleged wrongdoing by public officials in the weeks before an election are in the public interest, and they have certainly been deemed newsworthy by the Maltese press, which has followed Caruana Galizia’s lead in reporting on them. “It’s important that journalists can publish information that is in the public interest,” a Facebook spokesperson said in a statement. “We are investigating these posts and have spoken with Mr Caruana Galizia today so that he can publish what he needs to, without including unnecessary private details that could present safety risks. If we find that we have made errors, we will correct them.”
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>> No. 82533 Anonymous
22nd May 2017
Monday 6:28 pm
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>> No. 82534 Anonymous
22nd May 2017
Monday 8:37 pm
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How old is this?
>> No. 82535 Anonymous
22nd May 2017
Monday 8:44 pm
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The Youtube video, oct 8 2005.

The jokes, old as time it self.
>> No. 82536 Anonymous
22nd May 2017
Monday 9:17 pm
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You've managed to trigger my PTSD.
>> No. 82537 Anonymous
23rd May 2017
Tuesday 9:35 am
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You are reminded of trauma old as time it self?


>> No. 58010 Searchfag
21st May 2017
Sunday 6:59 pm
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>MAJOR U.S. gay porn studio has caused anger and confusion after releasing a scene entitled ‘Didgeridoo Me’.

>The scene stars two white performers, one of whom is seen playing a plastic didgeridoo. This wakes the other man up, who walks into the room and appears to use the didgeridoo to penetrate the other performer.

Is inserting a didgeridoo up someone's back passage raçist cultural appropriation?
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>> No. 58040 R4GE
22nd May 2017
Monday 8:33 pm
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I love this.

I don't know why the downfall of humanity, or even just degradation makes me so happy and hard.
>> No. 58042 Anonymous
22nd May 2017
Monday 11:05 pm
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but loads of women are into that too
>> No. 58043 Are Moaty
22nd May 2017
Monday 11:21 pm
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Yeah they must be, they are always smiling at the end of the videos.
>> No. 58044 Moralfag
23rd May 2017
Tuesday 1:34 am
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You stupid sod, I meant people don't care about Australians being allegedly upset about some chap being "didgeridoo'd". And as a self-appointed representative of under-25's I find your assumptions they've all turned into dangerous perverts hilariously wrong.

Though one girl I spoke to recently did say her ex wanted her to suck on his toes.

More seriously, if you're worried about the sexual proclivities of us youths then do something about lack of education around consent and the huge amount of casual, sexual harassment and just not feeling as safe as men, that innocent, toe sucking, girls have to put up with daily.
>> No. 58045 Paedofag
23rd May 2017
Tuesday 6:29 am
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Youth is wasted on the young.


>> No. 57990 Anonymous
15th May 2017
Monday 10:14 pm
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Goodnight sweet pri(no)nce.

RIP in peace.
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>> No. 58008 Auntiefucker
21st May 2017
Sunday 1:58 pm
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I've always thought he looked like a trannie.
>> No. 58033 Billbob
22nd May 2017
Monday 4:46 pm
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Takes one to know one.
>> No. 58034 Searchfag
22nd May 2017
Monday 5:54 pm
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>The BBC has apologised after one of its local radio stations ran an entertainment game feature based on the Moors murderer Ian Brady to the disbelief of listeners.

>On Sunday BBC Radio Leeds’s Nathan Turvey asked listeners to try to guess the identity of a “well-known person who has been in the news this week” from a series of musical clues.

>They included All the Young Dudes by Mott The Hoople, the theme tune to the Brady Bunch, Suffer Little Children by the Smiths and Psycho Killer by Talking Heads.
>> No. 58036 Paedofag
22nd May 2017
Monday 5:57 pm
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That's fucking funny!
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22nd May 2017
Monday 5:59 pm
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>> No. 58002 YubYub
20th May 2017
Saturday 8:20 am
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>Family of Soundgarden's Chris Cornell say he did not intend to kill himself

Sounds like another victim of the stranglewank endemic.
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>> No. 58009 Moralfag
21st May 2017
Sunday 2:09 pm
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I don't think endemic works in that context. Epidemic.

regardless, on a serious not, this hurt. Chris wrote songs that helped me through parts of my life and it breaks my heart that he didn't have that or felt he didn't from anything in his own life. I feel like a part of me died with him, so I understand why his family might be in denial over it. People mock sentiment like that, but inspirational people do provide emotional support in a lot of ways.

on a less serious note, I bet it was that fucking Timbaland album. He woke up one morning and remembered it and was like "Aw, fuck. I'm going to have to kill myself."
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21st May 2017
Sunday 9:38 pm
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>> No. 58023 Anonymous
21st May 2017
Sunday 10:08 pm
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Why do people do this? I honestly don't understand the urge.
>> No. 58026 Moralfag
21st May 2017
Sunday 11:52 pm
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It's already been part-way explained in >>58009.

People form emotional attatchments to inpirational people and their work through their work or their actions, for various reasons.


>> No. 12648 Anonymous
19th May 2017
Friday 7:13 pm
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>Whilst Mr Assange was wanted on a European Arrest Warrant (EAW) for an extremely serious offence, the MPS response reflected the serious nature of that crime. Now that the situation has changed and the Swedish authorities have discontinued their investigation into that matter, Mr Assange remains wanted for a much less serious offence. The MPS will provide a level of resourcing which is proportionate to that offence.

>The MPS will not comment further on the operational plan.

>The priority for the MPS must continue to be arresting those who are currently wanted in the Capital in connection with serious violent or sexual offences for the protection of Londoners.
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>> No. 12687 Anonymous
21st May 2017
Sunday 2:20 pm
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>All but one of his alleged victims recanted
No, the offences timed out. That's not the same thing at all.

>if the British authorities had gotten a hold of him he would have been put on a plane to the US, not Sweden.
Nonsense. The EAW was pretty much the only thing guaranteeing that wouldn't happen. The UK was bound by international law to turn him over to Sweden. They couldn't let him walk, and they couldn't send him anywhere else. Sweden unequivocably had first dibs. Anything else would have caused an international incident.

>If he can make it back to Sweden
... he will be arrested and questioned for the one allegation that remains. They've dropped it for now, but they're entirely entitled to pick it up again at any time until that too times out in 2020.
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21st May 2017
Sunday 2:24 pm
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But all but one did recant, didn't they? Simply because the offense timed out doesn't have much (read: any) bearing on that.
>> No. 12691 Anonymous
21st May 2017
Sunday 2:32 pm
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>But all but one did recant, didn't they?
What is it with people just repeating themselves lately?
>> No. 12693 Anonymous
21st May 2017
Sunday 2:42 pm
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Different person. This is the nature of an anonymous imageboard, etc., etc.

Turns out then, that at least two people have noticed your "mistake".
>> No. 12695 Anonymous
21st May 2017
Sunday 2:57 pm
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>Turns out then, that at least two people have noticed your "mistake".
I think you mean "at least two people have made the same mistake".


>> No. 58003 Samefag
20th May 2017
Saturday 12:30 pm
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Serious question, lads.

Arsene Wenger
Jeremy Corbyn
Donald Trump

Who's gonna be out first?
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>> No. 58004 YubYub
20th May 2017
Saturday 1:02 pm
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Yeah, er, I know who Wenger is. He was responsible for that ludicrous display last night. What was Wenger finkin', sendin' Walcott on that early?
>> No. 58005 Searchfag
20th May 2017
Saturday 1:30 pm
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Thing about arsenal, they always try walk it in.


>> No. 82515 Anonymous
19th May 2017
Friday 9:33 am
/pol/82515 How much for a vote?
Since parties are rattling the tins for campaign contributions - anyone got any idea of the incremental pound:vote ratio that they assume or hope for?
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>> No. 82522 Anonymous
20th May 2017
Saturday 1:00 am
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>and the Lib Dems £1.46.
Crikey, they really didn't spend very much money at all. Given the collapse in their vote I would have expected this figure to be much higher, almost to the point where it would have been cheaper to just bribe people.
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20th May 2017
Saturday 1:13 am
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The Lib Dems usually run a very lean and cost-effective campaign based on local grass-roots activism. They spent 72p per vote in 2005 and 70p per vote in 2010, so their cost-per-vote doubled after the coalition.
>> No. 82524 Anonymous
20th May 2017
Saturday 1:47 am
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You misread the article. The Greens spent 98p. UKIP spent 73p.
>> No. 82528 Anonymous
20th May 2017
Saturday 11:00 am
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My apologies, I was rather drunk.

I am a very boring drunkard.
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20th May 2017
Saturday 1:04 pm
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>> ID: cb1677 No. 14194 Anonymous
19th May 2017
Friday 6:37 pm

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When are we celebrating the 10 year anniversary of .gs? Don't tell me I missed it.
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>> ID: 607023 No. 14195 Anonymous
19th May 2017
Friday 6:48 pm

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.gs is eternal with no beginning and no end you daft nonce.


>> No. 4153 Anonymous
19th May 2017
Friday 4:11 pm
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Does anyone know where's still good to get nootropics? I have a site that'll export pira+citocholine from India but it's pretty steep, besides ani+cito was always more effective for me.

May be the wrong board, sorry.
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>> No. 4154 Anonymous
19th May 2017
Friday 4:41 pm
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I've had a look around and intellimeds and thoughtfoods seem to be the best options but I can find very little in terms of recent reviews.


>> No. 3257 Anonymous
18th May 2017
Thursday 12:34 am
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I'm at a British bar in the states and it's awful.
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>> No. 3258 Anonymous
18th May 2017
Thursday 1:36 am
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Sounds about right. I remember going to one in Phoenix and it was like being in a dimly lit school cafeteria.
>> No. 3259 Anonymous
18th May 2017
Thursday 6:19 pm
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I imagine Australians think the same thing when they come here and go to a Walkabout.
>> No. 3260 Anonymous
18th May 2017
Thursday 8:04 pm
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What's that?
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19th May 2017
Friday 3:40 pm
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An "Aussie" pub chain around the UK.


>> No. 21533 Anonymous
19th May 2017
Friday 10:51 am
/v/21533 Documentaries about hills and the like
What are some good natural history documentaries about the land and the environment, as opposed to animals?

I watched the Life of a Mountain films recently and thought they were just sublime.
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>> No. 21534 Anonymous
19th May 2017
Friday 11:15 am
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Wainwright's Walks might be up your street but not exactly what you're describing.


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