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>> ID: cfed17 No. 14403 Anonymous
8th January 2018
Monday 9:31 pm

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Hope you're not going to be taking my credit card details when the ides of May comes around for are titties and vags, lads.
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>> ID: dd348c No. 14508 Anonymous
10th March 2018
Saturday 7:44 pm

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I'm not verified myself but this seems hilariously unenforceable. Theresa will check the big four or five porn players are doing it, then that will be that.
>> ID: 4260c9 No. 14509 Anonymous
11th March 2018
Sunday 4:09 am

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>> ID: 7fcc4b No. 14510 Anonymous
11th March 2018
Sunday 9:36 am

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How is it supposed to work for sites like this or others with adult and non-adult sections?

Also, who decides where the line is drawn between art and pornography?
>> ID: 326ba2 No. 14511 Anonymous
11th March 2018
Sunday 11:49 am

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I wouldn't bank on it. ATVOD (now part of OFCOM) have taken enforcement action against lots of niche porn sites. Almost the entire industry is now incorporated and hosted overseas, because the regulations are onerous.
>> ID: 4260c9 No. 14512 Anonymous
12th March 2018
Monday 6:21 pm

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The UK government has confirmed that a controversial compulsory age verification check for online porn visitors will no longer be introduced in April as planned.

In a statement, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport said it would now start "later in the year".

"We need to take the time to make sure we get it right," added a spokesman.

Looks like I was right.


>> No. 26213 Anonymous
12th March 2018
Monday 5:46 am
/emo/26213 Possible /lab/fit/ crossover
Recently I've been feeling a total lack of interest immediately after orgasm. Sometimes it's complimented by a creeping sense of acute awareness of the general futility of existence.

Anyone else have this? What is the biological reason for this?
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>> No. 26215 Anonymous
12th March 2018
Monday 7:25 am
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Both, although it depends who the sex was with.
>> No. 26220 Anonymous
12th March 2018
Monday 2:37 pm
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It's called "The Little Death" for a reason. Orgasm removes the buffer between you and the void.
>> No. 26221 Anonymous
12th March 2018
Monday 2:41 pm
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If I have a decent enough wank I do actually fall into a weird semi-sleep state where I have very vivid dreams. Does this happen to everyone or am I an all but unmarketable psychic?
>> No. 26222 Anonymous
12th March 2018
Monday 2:59 pm
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Oh Nietzsche!
>> No. 26224 Anonymous
12th March 2018
Monday 3:18 pm
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I think it's actually a French phrase?


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>> No. 60110 Billbob
12th March 2018
Monday 1:31 am
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>> No. 60115 Billbob
12th March 2018
Monday 1:18 pm
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I always like these images more than I should admit.


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>> No. 60001 Searchfag
5th March 2018
Monday 11:04 pm
/iq/60001 Yoghurt knitting
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>> No. 60005 YubYub
5th March 2018
Monday 11:31 pm
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He spends six paragraphs explaining how his son has no way to give or even understand consent, reiterates that there's no actual way to understand what he wants, thinks, or feels, then still decides to wank him off.
>> No. 60011 Samefag
6th March 2018
Tuesday 2:38 am
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Would you not just hire a sex worker? Even if I was quadraspazzed on a life glug I'd sooner have are rosy tugging me off than my dad, even if "dad" just means "bloke who spoons food paste in my mouth".

I hope this wasn't posted under the same motivation as the charity shop worker thread btw.
>> No. 60091 Auntiefucker
11th March 2018
Sunday 7:06 pm
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Why doesn't the mum do it?
>> No. 60096 Auntiefucker
11th March 2018
Sunday 8:08 pm
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>> No. 2384 Anonymous
4th February 2018
Sunday 4:02 pm
/uhu/2384 Kitchen Bollocks
I was gifted for Christmas, separately, both a power drill and a magnetic knife rack. Please no comments about my parents' combined attitudes to radicalising their daughter.

My idea was to attempt to mount the rack on the side of my kitchen cupboard, as the kitchen is tiny and I have a mortal fear of drilling my walls. It comes with some assembly bits like rawl plugs and two types of screws.

Will this work? What kind of screws do I need? Should I try to drill into the sides of the cupboards (quite thin, IKEA units) at an angle to sit the screws in? Will they need a plug or can they just sit in the cupboard if they're wood screws? I've weighed the knife rack with all the knives I intend to use on it and it'll probably come out to under 1kg. I think that should be fine.

My dad's not picking up his mobile and the only person more afraid of the combination of me + power drill than you is myself. Thanks in advance, lads.
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>> No. 2441 Anonymous
10th March 2018
Saturday 8:00 pm
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I'm not him nor have I used one of those monstrosities, but since it's a whetstone that does the angle for you, I can say that it'll razor sharpen a dull knife in a minute or two, and you can absolutely rescue dinged knives by grinding away on a coarse stone for a while then gradually using finer stones. That might take a while, depending on how fucked the knives are, but probably no more than 20 minutes for civilian damage, and it's quite a zen process.

There are still knife blokes who seem to appear in cookware shops on certain days who will regrind your knives proper. I don't really understand who they work for or why they only charge 2 quid a knife, but if you run into one get him to work his magic.
>> No. 2445 Anonymous
11th March 2018
Sunday 12:37 am
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I use steak knives in the kitchen. Never need sharpening.
>> No. 2446 Anonymous
11th March 2018
Sunday 2:19 am
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Why does he go to all that effort to clean it up and then not sharpen it properly?
>> No. 2447 Anonymous
11th March 2018
Sunday 2:46 am
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Most people are morons on some level.
>> No. 2449 Anonymous
11th March 2018
Sunday 8:22 am
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He does, I'm guessing you skipped to the end and were seeing the comparison to a cheap un-sharpened knife.


>> No. 2438 Anonymous
10th March 2018
Saturday 5:26 pm
/uhu/2438 A damn good rodding
Feeling pleased with myself - bought rods, cleared blockage, didn't fuck up, didn't get covered in shit. Heart-stopping moment as the vile bolus of horror hurtled through my open pit and headed downstream in one foul dollop, but it didn't seem to hang up on anything.
Now for a really satisfying dump. Life is tolerable.
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>> No. 2439 Anonymous
10th March 2018
Saturday 5:36 pm
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I once got someone around to clean my blocked drains - I saw the largest mountain of poo I have ever seen. The dude just dealt with it. I wanted to hug him.
>> No. 2442 Anonymous
10th March 2018
Saturday 8:37 pm
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What, after you'd made him shower and change his clothes first?
>> No. 2444 Anonymous
10th March 2018
Saturday 9:54 pm
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>I saw the largest mountain of poo I have ever seen. The dude just dealt with it.

When you clean drains day-in-day-out, chances are that he has dealt with much bigger poo mountains before.
>> No. 2448 Anonymous
11th March 2018
Sunday 4:07 am
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No doubt about that at all - but I had never seen a metre cubed plus pile of poo before and I never want to again. What surprised me was it didn't look anything like what you see at the sewage or water works - it was just a huge fucking pile of poo under a manhole cover in my garden.

Have the utmost respect for the people who do these kind of jobs - there is a funny little man at work who spends the entire day going to each floor and cleaning out the gents shitters; I try to make sure I say hello every time I see him.


>> No. 4093 Anonymous
10th March 2018
Saturday 4:56 pm
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What is this?
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>> No. 4094 Anonymous
10th March 2018
Saturday 5:04 pm
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As asphalt laying machine.
>> No. 4096 Anonymous
10th March 2018
Saturday 5:40 pm
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Looks to me like a road resurfacing machine - that might be the scraper bit that goes ahead of the actual asphalt laying bit - those usually have a big hopper thing at the back where all the asphalt is poured. So I think >>4094 is almost right. At the front might be some big wire wheels that spin and scrape off the top layer of the old asphalt and prepare the service as a key for the new asphalt on top.

I am always wildly impressed by those bits of kit, whichever end of the machine it is - when you get the whole "train" of them working and resurfacing, they cover a lot of ground very quickly and leave nothing but perfect road in their wake. Looks like a shitty job to do, but I imagine like most road construction jobs they are paid well. Statistically, working on road works is pretty fucking dangerous.


>> No. 60032 Moralfag
7th March 2018
Wednesday 9:28 pm
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On the one hand, Jeremy Beadle had a massive cock but, on the other hand, he didn't.
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>> No. 60058 Auntiefucker
8th March 2018
Thursday 7:44 pm
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Aren't you getting him confused with Noel Edmonds?
>> No. 60059 Billbob
8th March 2018
Thursday 7:53 pm
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I can't say I've ever examined are Noel's hands.


>> No. 416018 Anonymous
6th March 2018
Tuesday 8:53 am
/b/416018 Instawanking 2.0.
This evening I shall be having dinner with, then fucking, a delightful young lady. This has happened before and there is no chance of this moving beyond a fuck buddy arrangement, partly due to huge age gap. I'm fine with that, my only concern is whether I should confess to having wanked over her, very wankable, Instagram pics. She dies have thousands of followers and posts a lot of lingerie type selfies so I suspect she won't spazz ut if I tell her.

Your thoughts?
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>> No. 416043 Anonymous
8th March 2018
Thursday 6:55 am
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We're all paying for sex in one way or the other, you can't take the moral high ground on this.
>> No. 416044 Anonymous
8th March 2018
Thursday 9:21 am
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Thank you Professor. After that razor like display of logic I will look forward to you forthcoming paper discussing the often wet qualities of water.
>> No. 416045 Anonymous
8th March 2018
Thursday 1:39 pm
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It's odd that you sound confrontational yet you're agreeing with him.
>> No. 416047 Anonymous
8th March 2018
Thursday 7:17 pm
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We have those people here often, although mostly in /pol/ I seem to recall.
>> No. 416048 Anonymous
8th March 2018
Thursday 7:36 pm
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The important thing is that we all found a way to feel superi......... sigh.


>> No. 12102 Anonymous
6th March 2018
Tuesday 6:45 pm
/job/12102 Looking for jobs outside NHS
So I've worked for the NHS most of my adult life and whenever I've needed a job I've just gone on the NHS jobs website. I'm now considering leaving the NHS and looking for something maybe related but not with the same level of bullshit, I guess.

How do normal people find jobs?
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>> No. 12116 Anonymous
6th March 2018
Tuesday 10:02 pm
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>>12115 It's not the higher pay, and I'm fully aware that the NHS has good pension, good workers rights and more annual leave. To be honest, I work for a trust that's in very bad shape and I'm just getting sick of the sense of hopelessness, being asked to do more with less and short-term political manoeuvres in upper management that just tick a box and do nothing to improve patient care.

I suppose I've been a bit vague in what I'm after. I'd quite like something perhaps in a school or university or GP surgery, so I'm not completely selling out and going fully private healthcare. I've got a fair bit of experience and additional qualifications so I wouldn't be looking at being a staff nurse, I'd want to be looking at having something more independent, I guess. Just with less of the bullshit.

But I'll fully admit, you might be right that I might be just be thinking the grass is greener.
>> No. 12117 Anonymous
6th March 2018
Tuesday 11:03 pm
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You'll have to sift through a lot of shitty support worker jobs offering £7.80 an hour, but there are a few interesting vacancies mixed in there.


>we generally aren't the most popular of folk

I don't know why. You do a fucking hard job for nowhere near enough money in a totally broken system. Fair play, I couldn't stick it.
>> No. 12119 Anonymous
7th March 2018
Wednesday 1:54 am
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I should listen to Goblin again.
>> No. 12120 Anonymous
7th March 2018
Wednesday 2:06 am
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Try and get a job in a prison, my mate worked in one for a year after he graduated and he said it's interesting and because you're the gate keeper of the drugs they are very polite.

Or, now bear with me, you could move to Scotland. They have the best performing NHS in Britain and if you're experienced I foresee no issues in securing a job before you flit.
>> No. 12121 Anonymous
7th March 2018
Wednesday 6:56 pm
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Actually, a big part of the price premium is to do with the funding model.

As a member of permanent staff, your post is funded from the trust's operational budget, which means it's subject to the stresses of below-inflation increases (i.e. real-terms cuts), and the resulting pressure on the trust to identify what they do best and find more ways of doing less of it better. If they need an extra nurse but there's no headroom in the operational budget, they can't create the post.

As agency staff are effectively either at-will or for a fixed term, the accountants can do a bit of voodoo and charge them to capital budgets. If they need an extra nurse but don't have the funding to create a post, they can spend money from other budgets on agency and contract staff.

The agencies know that they are providers of last resort, so can gouge to fuck. They also know that if they can poach staff away from payroll, that directly increases demand for their services. That means an agency can effectively take an NHS employee away from and hire them back to the same trust at a premium. In order to be able to attract staff, knowing they aren't offering the same benefits they have to offer significantly higher pay, otherwise nobody would join them.

tl;dr fatcats gonna fat.


>> No. 14332 Anonymous
24th February 2018
Saturday 10:53 pm
/news/14332 Vicar of Dibley actress Emma Chambers dies aged 53

>Chambers died from natural causes on Wednesday evening and would be "greatly missed", her agent John Grant said.

Natural causes? That doesn't seem likely. I always liked her in Dibley, shame to see someone go that young.
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>> No. 14340 Anonymous
25th February 2018
Sunday 7:18 am
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>> No. 14341 Anonymous
25th February 2018
Sunday 8:44 am
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That's what the coroners use "misadventure" for.
>> No. 14348 Anonymous
6th March 2018
Tuesday 7:23 pm
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Sad news.

I have just read that Trevor Baylis (Inventor of the wind up radio) and John Perry Barlow (co-founder of EFF, writer of have died.
>> No. 14349 Anonymous
6th March 2018
Tuesday 11:06 pm
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Ramming a jar up my ringpiece is an adventure I'd prefer to miss.
>> No. 14350 Anonymous
7th March 2018
Wednesday 12:42 am
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> John Perry Barlow
WELL that's a shame


>> No. 59994 Ambulancelad
5th March 2018
Monday 9:03 pm
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Facebook has surveyed its users as to whether they should allow grown men to ask underage girls for naked pictures.
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>> No. 60012 Are Moaty
6th March 2018
Tuesday 6:40 am
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>Facebook's Guy Rosen admitted that the survey was a mistake but said that the social network was simply trying to understand how people would react to policing on the website.

>He said: "We run surveys to understand how the community thinks about how we set policies. But this kind of activity is and will always be completely unacceptable on Facebook. We regularly work with authorities if identified. It shouldn't have been part of this survey."

>A Facebook spokesman said: "We sometimes ask for feedback from people about our community standards and the types of content they would find most concerning on Facebook. We understand this survey refers to offensive content that is already prohibited on Facebook and that we have no intention of allowing so have stopped the survey."
>> No. 60014 Searchfag
6th March 2018
Tuesday 8:49 am
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Facebook is run by Jews so normalising paedoing is part of their plan to proactively promote it and race treason to bring down the white race.

T. Camelfordian knower.
>> No. 60016 YubYub
6th March 2018
Tuesday 7:16 pm
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The first option has interesting wording.

> This content should be allowed on Facebook, and I would not mind seeing it.
> I would not mind seeing it.
>> No. 60017 Are Moaty
6th March 2018
Tuesday 7:32 pm
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Trying to flush the paedos out, I bet. I'm told by some infosec types that paedos tend to be pretty daft.

The second question is pretty reasonable though.
>> No. 60020 Searchfag
7th March 2018
Wednesday 12:31 am
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Beyond parody.


>> No. 8980 Anonymous
22nd January 2015
Thursday 10:10 pm
/beat/8980 ITT: Songs in a foreign language
Ásgeir Trausti - Heimförin (Icelandic folk music)

Kaizers Orchestra - Knekker Deg Til Sist (Norwegian alt-rock)

Chetes - Camino a Casa (apparently this counts as pop rock in Mexico)

I guess songs in English by non-native speaking artists are fine too.
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>> No. 10929 Anonymous
11th January 2018
Thursday 10:15 pm
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>> No. 10945 Anonymous
2nd February 2018
Friday 10:10 pm
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You'll want to turn on the subtitles and note that Sonotone is a French brand of hearing aid. The gist is that getting old sucks.
>> No. 10946 Anonymous
3rd February 2018
Saturday 1:08 pm
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I didn't think MC Solaar was that old, but then I realised Cinquième As was released in 2001...

Guess I'm getting old, too.
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3rd February 2018
Saturday 3:41 pm
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>> No. 10954 Anonymous
6th March 2018
Tuesday 7:33 pm
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>> No. 83965 Anonymous
4th March 2018
Sunday 11:36 pm
/pol/83965 Italian Election Results

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>> No. 83971 Anonymous
5th March 2018
Monday 3:46 am
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>What a beautiful country, what a beautiful people, what a fucked up government
Italy is used to electoral chaos, but this one really is mental. Pretty much every combination has some major flaw to it. Let's look at these parties in descending order of sensibility.

Second place: Democrats. Centre-left, took over after the technocrats. Very much an establishment grouping.

First place: Five Star. Anti-establishment populists, some common ground with Democrats but blame them for the ills ailing the country.

Third place: League. Italy's LFR grouping, marginally to the right of ARE NIGE. Blame all the problems on immigrants and lazy southerners, historically argued for parts of the north to secede. Generally not a good look for government.

Fourth place: Forza Italia. Berlusconi - end of story.

In short, imagine Arsenal, Spurs, Chelsea and Millwall.
>> No. 83972 Anonymous
5th March 2018
Monday 6:40 pm
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I've just realised how much he looks like Garak from DS9.
>> No. 83973 Anonymous
5th March 2018
Monday 7:26 pm
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He looks more like Max Headroom to me. Either way he looks like he has Prosthetic makeup.
>> No. 83974 Anonymous
5th March 2018
Monday 7:34 pm
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Garak doesn't look half as shifty to me.
>> No. 83975 Anonymous
5th March 2018
Monday 10:52 pm
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Yeah, Berlusconi makes Blatter look like an upstanding citizen.


>> No. 14342 Anonymous
5th March 2018
Monday 12:51 am
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Disappointing. The report seems to say that while they were in the letter of the law, they weren't in the spirit of it.

Not a good look, seeing as this comes directly from DCMS.
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>> No. 14343 Anonymous
5th March 2018
Monday 1:08 am
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They should just legalise doping. Have at it.
>> No. 14344 Anonymous
5th March 2018
Monday 1:21 am
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We have the Paralympics, I would love to see a Doping Olympics.
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5th March 2018
Monday 4:39 am
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I actually agree, to a level, even though it'll never happen.

I really don't see stuff like salbutamol or blood doping to be anything other than an extension of the min-maxing that characterises cycling, or marginal gains as Sky likes to call it.

Nobody is surprised that Sky was doing this, though I'm genuinely surprised they got caught out. As it has been from Froome to Armstrong to Pantani, it's not like they were the only doped riders in the peloton. It's so widespread.

I'm wondering how long it is before questions are asked about our Olympic cycling record - given that Sir Dave had a controlling hand in both.
>> No. 14346 Anonymous
5th March 2018
Monday 8:49 pm
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Anyone else find the notion of MPs passing judgement on the ethics and morality of others to be a bit rich?
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5th March 2018
Monday 10:12 pm
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But then, we do live in an age where people are apparently so naive that politicians lying is treated as the scandal of the century.


>> No. 24055 Redneck
4th March 2018
Sunday 10:48 pm
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Why is your imageboard so dull and boring? What is the matter with you, Bri’ain? You’re really making me depressed.
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>> No. 24081 Fairy
5th March 2018
Monday 12:53 pm
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Shame we've never really got round to it.
>> No. 24082 Britfag
5th March 2018
Monday 4:44 pm
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You can legally possess a revolver as long as its barrel is >30cm long. It's a weird one but the definition of "small arms" is partially to do with the the length of the barrel.
>> No. 24083 Fairy
5th March 2018
Monday 7:39 pm
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>Britain is boring, Merrica is exciting
>What's so exciting?
>I shoot my gun

I try not to stereotype Americans, I really do, but why do you make it so difficult?
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5th March 2018
Monday 7:43 pm
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America is so dull that people have to make organized trips to Las Vegas (aka Adult Disneyland) so that they can have access to the kind of things we brits can find on any high street in the land: gambling, escorts, and twenty-four hour drinking.
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5th March 2018
Monday 10:08 pm
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Shooting guns is pretty fun, but it seems lost on the seppos that not only is it still perfectly possible to do here, it's quite possibly one of the most popular things for a rural toff to do.


>> No. 3840 Anonymous
19th September 2013
Thursday 10:03 pm
/£$€¥/3840 Pensions
The OFT have come out and said that many old (i.e. set up before 2001) pension schemes have high charges and offer savers poor value for money. They've also suggested a cap for auto-enrolment schemes, but it's going to be an almost meaningless gesture as you'd be very hard pressed to find a provider offering auto-enrolment terms with annual management charges greater than 1% anyway.

The pension scheme I'm in at work (contribution: 5% employer, 5% employee gross) has management charges of 0.6%, which I'm alright with as it's less than I'd get if I was investing in collectives through an ISA.

However, I've put the charges and contribution details into Invidion's pension calculator for an idea of what I'd get when I'm 65, 40 years from now, and if my salary increases in line with National Average Earnings and I took the 25% tax-free lump sum I'd be looking at a pension in today's terms of 27.5% of my current salary. If I wanted a pension that would be about two-thirds of what I'm earning now then I'll need to contribute, assuming the employer contribution stays at 5%, 15% gross (12% net) of my salary every year for the next four decades. This does depend on what annuity rates will be like then and I'd also be getting the State Pension, as long as they haven't upped the age you receive it to 80 by then.

If it wasn't for the tax relief and my employer matching my contributions then I doubt I'd bother and I'd look into other ways to support myself while I'm in retirement. What about you lads? What are your thoughts on pensions? In my opinion to have any form of decent retirement income you're at the mercy of your employer offering a good pension scheme.
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>> No. 7301 Anonymous
4th March 2018
Sunday 8:22 pm
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Forget him, I've got a better plan, but it needs numbers to take on the big guys. Refer two friends and I'll double your money.
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4th March 2018
Sunday 8:44 pm
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That was one of my other ideas. I'm a bleeding edge thinker.

Next up, Avon and team Spot the Ball.
>> No. 7303 Anonymous
4th March 2018
Sunday 11:04 pm
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>Spot the Ball

I don't know why I think this, but thats the sort of thing you think we would be brilliant at.

Do people still do the football pools? As a kid I remember the man knocking the door every Friday evening. Years later my grandfather sold his house to a man who had "won the pools".
>> No. 7304 Anonymous
4th March 2018
Sunday 11:51 pm
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> Avon

For a brief millisecond, I once considered paying for the site through affiliate tags on links posted, which is much the same model as Avon, but thought it underhand.

This is why I will never, ever be a millionaire.
>> No. 7305 Anonymous
5th March 2018
Monday 5:02 am
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I remember my grandad used to do the pools, and the big, important one was Littlewoods Pools so god knows what happened to that.

I saw my dad had entered a spot the ball on twitter about a week ago, to win a new phone or something. Wasn't expecting that, he normally just tweets about the IRA.


I remember being very impressed back in the early days when you made it clear you never wanted to run ads here. It's probably the main reason I settled in here as I did.

Saying that I think that's the one way you could have done it without annoying anybody. It's essentially unintrusive, and only really underhand if you're not upfront about it.

I have a schoolfriend who made a fuck tonne on SEO and affiliate farming back in the mid 2000's when the algorithms were much easier to game. I never knew how much he truly made because he was also selling a PDF about how to make megabux fast, so I have to assume he was inflating his earnings a fair amount for that. Nonetheless he bought his own house at 20 so he didn't do terribly.

I was very jealous at the time but now I'm older and grumpier, I can't imagine a more soul sucking way to make a living, even if he was able to 'work from home or anywhere in the world!' as his blog would say.


>> No. 4414 Anonymous
24th December 2017
Sunday 1:50 pm
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I've been doing nowt but moderate weights for the past six months and tried a bit of cardio again today and Jesus Christ lads don't ever stop doing cardio
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>> No. 4455 Anonymous
4th January 2018
Thursday 6:57 pm
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I had a hat but I turned it into a makeshift balaclava, which I suppose could be a way of getting another hat.
>> No. 4456 Anonymous
5th January 2018
Friday 8:47 pm
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If you come into possession of any money, I highly recommend exchanging it for a couple of Buffs® (or the dirt cheap unbranded ones you can get off Ebay or shops like trespass.)
You can squash them down to nothing in a back pocket, and you've got a hat or scarf whenever you need one.
>> No. 4457 Anonymous
6th January 2018
Saturday 11:56 am
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>Would earplugs work do you think?

Not him but I find headphones help so yeah. Earmuffs also work and that is one of the reasons they exist.

What is happening is cold air is getting into your ear canal which is covered with sensitive nerve endings and lacks anything in the way of protection from the cold. Combined this leads to a brain-freeze in the ear.
>> No. 4458 Anonymous
6th January 2018
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My problem with running outside is the first twenty minutes. I can do it on a machine, I can establish a nice rhythm, get over that first wheezing bit, and then I'm good for a long time - outside in the cold, it seems to take a lot longer and there is more chance I would give up early on a run.
>> No. 4472 Anonymous
4th March 2018
Sunday 11:39 pm
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Well, since posting in this thread 7 weeks ago about getting back on the cardio, I have religiously walked at least 140k steps a week, cut slightly back on the alcohol, logged all my calories eaten and have lost 8 kilos.


>> No. 5533 Anonymous
4th March 2018
Sunday 4:19 pm
/art/5533 Contemporary Asian Art
Post contemporary Asian. Pic is by Tsering Sherpa, a Nepali artist trained in traditional Buddhist Tangkha painting whose most interesting work is modern interpretations.
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>> No. 5534 Anonymous
4th March 2018
Sunday 7:30 pm
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Thats quite a Rubiks Cube.


>> ID: 02bce9 No. 11260 Anonymous
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May we have the maximum image size on /spo/ increased so we can have a .gif thread, please?
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>> ID: 2082fa No. 14504 Anonymous
4th March 2018
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Berlusconi today has reminded me of this >>12731.


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