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>> No. 418310 Anonymous
2nd July 2018
Monday 1:01 pm
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New week thread.

What is happening in your life?
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>> No. 422818 Anonymous
10th December 2018
Monday 4:26 pm
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What a wonderful Farce this is all turning out to be
>> No. 422819 Anonymous
10th December 2018
Monday 5:16 pm
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I got really confused earlier because Politics Live was on at 4PM and I hadn't checked the news since this morning. These MPs are so inconsiderate.
>> No. 422820 Anonymous
10th December 2018
Monday 5:31 pm
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>We harbour the sense that "back in a simpler time" we had better survival skills, but you have to go pretty fucking far back for that to be true, and even then only someone on a self sustaining farm is likely to be surviving for very long during the apocalypse.

I reckon the Civil War reenactors will do alright and I doubt many people could deal with them while Mars and Earth align. While you fuckers get to realising the internet has ruined your memory I'd be worrying about the real problem our society now faces. Roundheads.

It's a great comfort to know that our generations retirement will basically be like how we lived before we had to get jobs. I'm even a little excited at the idea of playing Civ II and wanking to thoughts of the carers all day.

Dunno if they'll let us on the internet though.

Not a soul predicted she would do that in the thousands of lines of text about this. Pretty impressive when you think about it.
>> No. 422821 Anonymous
10th December 2018
Monday 6:04 pm
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If only people realised that taking back control meant giving greater power to the idiots we've got in charge.

Hopefully it's going to cause such a political earthquake that it completely transforms British politics as we know it.
>> No. 422822 Anonymous
10th December 2018
Monday 6:16 pm
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>> No. 364298 Anonymous
14th November 2013
Thursday 4:47 pm
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ITT: Weird dreams you've had lately.

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

Quite bizarre... has this dream got any deeper meaning, or have I just been watching too much telly lately?
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>> No. 422601 Anonymous
5th December 2018
Wednesday 3:42 pm
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I dreamed again that I was repairing an industrial machinery. After taking the panel out I started following the power to find where the connection was broken. Sometimes in my dream I manage to summon some ultra detailed imagines, I have no idea how my fucked up brain does that. I have almost no visual memory when awake. All of a sudden, a pipe broke down and all the factory was under four meters of water. I started swimming to the surface, but I could not draw a breath even if my head was above water. Then my oximeter alarm woke me up, my blood oxygen was around 80%. Fuck my life and that NHS Non Invasive Ventilation machine, it's fucking useless.
>> No. 422809 Anonymous
10th December 2018
Monday 6:55 am
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There were aliens, but they didn't land on the land. They landed in the sea and lived underwater so they were undetected.
>> No. 422810 Anonymous
10th December 2018
Monday 1:26 pm
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>They landed in the sea and lived underwater so they were undetected.

Sneaky bastards.
>> No. 422814 Anonymous
10th December 2018
Monday 2:26 pm
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>> No. 422815 Anonymous
10th December 2018
Monday 2:37 pm
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Vigilo confido.

>> No. 422516 Anonymous
1st December 2018
Saturday 12:05 am
422516 Christmas 2018
It's the first of December. It's that time of year again.

Open your advent calendar chocolates, listen to Andrew, put up your tree this weekend, put off the present shopping for at least a fortnight, surviving the Christmas party at work, watching shit on telly.

You know the drill by now, lads.
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>> No. 422804 Anonymous
9th December 2018
Sunday 8:52 pm
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Despite the weird, botched way in which we privatised the railways, I think it's entirely reasonable to call the effort a major success.
>> No. 422805 Anonymous
9th December 2018
Sunday 10:45 pm
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By that metric perhaps; that shouldn't be the only one.
>> No. 422806 Anonymous
9th December 2018
Sunday 10:47 pm
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More passengers = better service? Come off it, lad.

Clearly you've never had to pay fifty quid to stand in the aisles on the Edinburgh - Kings Cross during peak hours.
>> No. 422807 Anonymous
10th December 2018
Monday 4:17 am
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I always like to pedantically note that the uptick in that graph begins 15 minutes before privatisation.
We cheated the figures a bit by renationalising network rail and then giving railways a level of investment they'd not seen in decades. It's all well and good having passenger numbers spike without major cuts to the train operating companies profits, so long as you've got the government picking up the bill. You can say "oh, the subsidy per passenger mile is dropping off now", but that's the magic of investing in something: that's how it works. The question is "why didn't we do it earlier?" and the answer is, so far as I can tell, because trains hadn't started falling off the tracks and killing people with sufficiently alarming regularity.

an interesting article.
>> No. 422808 Anonymous
10th December 2018
Monday 4:59 am
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Of course, one of the things that was touted, as with previous efforts, was that Joe public could be a part-owner of the company. Or pour their money into something that will leave them bailed out for half what they paid for it, or lose their (pre-tax) savings deductions.

>> No. 420674 Anonymous
28th September 2018
Friday 5:39 pm
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Weekend thread: low sun being a cunt edition.
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>> No. 422559 Anonymous
2nd December 2018
Sunday 3:29 pm
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The self-service tills in Poundland (at least) have been given Santa's voice, and it makes terrible Christmas puns. It's even more obnoxious that you are probably imagining.
>> No. 422560 Anonymous
2nd December 2018
Sunday 4:15 pm
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The other month they were doing an Elvis voice for some reason. They were painful to use.
>> No. 422561 Anonymous
2nd December 2018
Sunday 7:45 pm
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Did it leave you all shook up?
>> No. 422563 Anonymous
2nd December 2018
Sunday 8:28 pm
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I know that apples in particular require a special kind of atmospheric environment to stay fresh for a year. This largely means that the air they are stored in must be oxygen free or have at least a very low oxygen content. Therefore, those warehouses usually have signs warning you that the air in the storage areas is not safe to breathe.
>> No. 422565 Anonymous
2nd December 2018
Sunday 10:36 pm
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uh huh

>> No. 420448 Anonymous
20th September 2018
Thursday 5:54 pm
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Right then, you moangy farts.

How do we make Britfa.gs great again? You've been whining about the lack of activity so let's have at it.
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>> No. 422552 Anonymous
1st December 2018
Saturday 10:58 pm
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Close, but it was March 2013.
>> No. 422553 Anonymous
1st December 2018
Saturday 11:06 pm
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So the only logical conclusion is that half of our userbase was arrested after the London riots.
>> No. 422554 Anonymous
1st December 2018
Saturday 11:15 pm
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Well, we had been telling them for years to pack their rice. Understandable they took the opportunity when ITZ hit.
>> No. 422555 Anonymous
2nd December 2018
Sunday 9:17 am
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What about Nepal?
>> No. 422556 Anonymous
2nd December 2018
Sunday 9:19 am
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We prefer not to speak of them.

>> No. 422161 Anonymous
22nd November 2018
Thursday 9:49 am
422161 Our fravorite tribesmen are back! and this time they are taking on Jesus

>An American man has been killed by an endangered tribe in India's Andaman and Nicobar islands.

>Fishermen who took the man to North Sentinel island say tribespeople shot him with arrows and left his body on the beach.

>He has been identified as John Allen Chau, a 27 year old from Alabama.

>Contact with the endangered Andaman tribes living in isolation from the world is illegal because of the risks to them from outside disease.

>Estimates say the Sentinelese, who are totally cut off from civilisation, number only between 50 and 150.

>Seven fishermen have been arrested for illegally ferrying the American to the island, police say.

>Local media have reported that Chau may have wanted to meet the tribe to preach Christianity to them.
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>> No. 422496 Anonymous
30th November 2018
Friday 6:27 pm
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>This raises a much more interesting question: Do we have any evidence they go hungry?

One piece of evidence that there isn't always an abundance of food to go around is their insular dwarfism. The Sentinelese are said to be much smaller in height and body size than average humans, and even smaller than most Asian ethnicities in surrounding countries.

Isolated populations of a species that live in a confined area can sometimes show reduced physical size, which can be a response to food not always being readily available. Smaller bodies require fewer calories, so it's a genetic survival strategy.

>> No. 422505 Anonymous
30th November 2018
Friday 7:47 pm
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Let us conquer them and force them to grow to a size we consider satisfactory.
>> No. 422508 Anonymous
30th November 2018
Friday 8:39 pm
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Do you think they've got small willies as well?
>> No. 422509 Anonymous
30th November 2018
Friday 8:56 pm
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Almost certainly.

>> No. 422513 Anonymous
30th November 2018
Friday 9:46 pm
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To be fair to them, I think Andaman Islanders are mainly of Negrito ethnicity, and that includes the Sentinelese. Which would make them descendants of black Africans, likely those that left central Africa towards Asia 70,000 years ago, during the African Expansion.

So that just maybe, despite their small stature, they will still have bigger willies than many British men.

>> No. 422367 Anonymous
26th November 2018
Monday 4:45 pm
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Pack your wellies, bitcoinlads.

Any of you lot still invested?

(A good day to you Sir!)
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>> No. 422391 Anonymous
27th November 2018
Tuesday 12:59 am
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I'm no financial expert, but if I theoretically had any profit from bitcoins I'd have sold it for cash (or bought goods anonymously to sell later) and either casino laundered it or just kept it under my mattress.
>> No. 422393 Anonymous
27th November 2018
Tuesday 1:28 am
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From the looks of it they are treating it like a real currency rather than an asset, and as so speculative as to qualify as gambling (which is in my opinion rather generous of them), but with qualifier that "Whether any profit or gain is chargeable or any loss is allowable will be looked at on a case-by-case basis taking into account the specific facts" which is such an extraordinarily nebulous open-ended statement I'm amazed a body as litigious as HMRC would ever have the gall to print it.
>> No. 422396 Anonymous
27th November 2018
Tuesday 3:25 am
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Under the Proceeds of Crime Act, casinos are required to record any transaction of over £2000 and verify the customer's identity. Cash under the mattress in any real quantity is riskier and less useful than you might think. HMRC and SOCA have some sophisticated and wide-reaching analytics tools; if the information from your tax returns, bank transactions and credit reference files suggest that you're living beyond your legitimate means, they can confiscate the lot unless you can prove where it came from.
>> No. 422404 Anonymous
27th November 2018
Tuesday 11:49 am
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I make good money anyway and have lots of investments, it wouldn't be that notable for me to have extra money lying about. I can go to the casino and 'win' £1999 every night, that's fine.

Or, I can do what everyone else does and open a dodgy takeaway that makes a steady, convenient stream of income.

>> No. 422405 Anonymous
27th November 2018
Tuesday 11:58 am
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>I can go to the casino and 'win' £1999 every night, that's fine.

Albeit not very likely. It will probably raise some flags if you tell them that.

Creative tax accounting is a simple game of numbers and probabilities really. You have to think about the likelihood of your tax fraud being exposed. While it is true that your net profits can be much greater that way, you have to factor in the repercussions if they spot it. So it's kind of a risk-reward thing. Being an honest citizen means you pay more taxes, but it also means HMRC will leave you alone.

>> No. 422394 Anonymous
27th November 2018
Tuesday 1:35 am
422394 Baroness Trumpington
Fucking legend. Bletchley Park codebreaker, v-signs in the Lords, the sort of person that would definitely post here, had we existed fifty years ago.

Rest in peace lassm8.

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>> No. 422066 Anonymous
19th November 2018
Monday 6:48 pm
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waar gazza waz on da news today NEE GOOD NEWS?
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>> No. 422108 Anonymous
20th November 2018
Tuesday 11:29 am
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So do you think the wordfilters are there to encourage this attitude? Even if not, that doesn't make sense, otherwise you'd be prioritising the creeping dolphin rape, surely?
>> No. 422109 Anonymous
20th November 2018
Tuesday 12:12 pm
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Is it just one person who is obsessed with this site being infiltrated by the alt-right or a bunch of them? There must be at least 5 threads in the last month derailed by accusations of trout farming.
>> No. 422110 Anonymous
20th November 2018
Tuesday 12:15 pm
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And just like the Shamanism filters, they were inspired by old drama from posters who got bored and moved on years ago. Stop trying to rewrite the site's history to fit your bizarre narrative, the only evidence you seem to have for is "Be open-minded and you too can see the demon behind the curtain!", you raving lunatic.

I'd rather shit in my hand and clap than entertain your delusions any longer.
>> No. 422112 Anonymous
20th November 2018
Tuesday 12:22 pm
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It's one guy, with a second on a mobile IP (probably the same guy), as others who thought he might have a point have since realised he is a mentalist. If he is sincere, I strongly suspect schizotypal personality disorder. He is banned from the local chipshop for a week, as this has travelled beyond the limit of my patience at this point as he has no argument and no proof.

Gazza shitposting can now resume.
>> No. 422113 Anonymous
20th November 2018
Tuesday 12:28 pm
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The accusations of woman hating are largely from me, but other people have also noticed it previously. I think I've only derailed one other thread. The poster obsessed with the alt-right, who went off on one because of a YouTube screenshot being used as an OP image, is not me.

I'm going to give it a rest for now as it's getting us nowhere.

>> No. 422017 Anonymous
14th November 2018
Wednesday 9:16 pm
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Can anyone who has lived in a block of flats or who has friends who live in a block of flats tell me what methods of payment for electricity are used to provide electricity to flats?
I may be moving to a single flat in Nottingham and I am wondering whether the bills are split and averaged between several flats, or whether each flat has a prepayment meter or a traditional meter. Do I pay the electricity company directly or the owner of the building etcetera?
What have you seen?
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>> No. 422019 Anonymous
14th November 2018
Wednesday 10:07 pm
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Depends. In addition to the things you've mentioned you also get councils operating as utility resellers who have to follow statutory and ombudsmen guidelines as to what they charge.
>> No. 422020 Anonymous
14th November 2018
Wednesday 10:25 pm
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Set monthly payment for utilities to the landlord is what I've come to expect if you're renting something small for graduates. Sounds naff but it works out as a little cheaper in my experience. Be sure to check if the internet is included as that will mean you're locked into BT shite.

Bigger flats sort out their own utilities or if it's somewhere grubby you may even find one of those coin-slot things. This is a question for the agent/landlord.
>> No. 422024 Anonymous
15th November 2018
Thursday 5:11 am
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I've not had a coin meter since 1999. I've lived here ten years and it's a credit meter. In-between it was always prepayment meters with a paypoint card. With prepayment, they always lie to you and say you owe them money too. They send you a red letter after you move out. Last time I gave them my final meter reading over the phone they said 'whoops, we accidentally switched the rate 1 and rate 2 (12pm-7am) reading and you don't owe us anything.' They used the exact same excuse with my mate too.

I've known lots of people with prepayment meter who get periodic letters saying they owe money (How? It's prepayment.) and it's not an issue because they've not moved house or switched providers. In fast, they might do it to deter people from switching providers.
>> No. 422064 Anonymous
19th November 2018
Monday 9:57 am
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Forgive me my ignorance, but do people actually live in that... Babylon tower?
The friends across the pond had a bit of tough luck with this type of living quarters.
>> No. 422065 Anonymous
19th November 2018
Monday 3:29 pm
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Apparently so. it's Farglory 95rich in Taiwan.

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>> No. 422056 Anonymous
18th November 2018
Sunday 5:22 pm
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>we have to FUCK people
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>> No. 422057 Anonymous
18th November 2018
Sunday 5:31 pm
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U wot m8?
>> No. 422058 Anonymous
18th November 2018
Sunday 5:47 pm
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Why do we have to do that?
>> No. 422059 Anonymous
18th November 2018
Sunday 6:42 pm
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I've found the video the still's from. It doesn't shed any light.


>> No. 421649 Anonymous
3rd November 2018
Saturday 3:44 pm
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It's about that time of year lads. How do you plan on remembering our boys?
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>> No. 422009 Anonymous
14th November 2018
Wednesday 2:01 am
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Clement Freud gave a talk at my school once. He was very funny.
>> No. 422010 Anonymous
14th November 2018
Wednesday 5:26 am
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When I was about eight, my parents and my friend and I were walking around a lake. I'm a bit hazy on the details since it was a very long time ago. My friend and I were in a clearing or play area off the main path and my parents somehow didn't realise we were there and continued walking on the main path and got pretty far away. I could see them and they were shouting us.

This old man came up to us and asked what happened and we told him, and I said I could see them in the distance and they were shouting, and he said those people were too far away to be them and it was someone shouting his dogs.

I guess my parents started walking back towards us without us shouting back at them. I can't remember if the old man had asked us to go anywhere with him. When they arrived, he told them he thought my dad was shouting his dogs, and he laughed and replied that was true after a sense.

I said to my parents later I thought that was extremely suspicious he was trying to persuade me that wasn't them, but they were extremely dismissive and said he was a nice old man.
>> No. 422011 Anonymous
14th November 2018
Wednesday 6:16 am
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>I said to my parents later I thought that was extremely suspicious he was trying to persuade me that wasn't them

He might have just been making one of those old man jokes that you didn't pick up on. My grandad says stuff like this all the time to the younger kids in the family, weird shit like "you're not Kevin, you're Chris, don't you remember?".

Maybe he wouldn't be trying to wind up lost kids in the park though.
>> No. 422012 Anonymous
14th November 2018
Wednesday 7:07 am
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No point remembering those who shall not grow old because chances are they'd have turned into elderly paedos.
>> No. 422013 Anonymous
14th November 2018
Wednesday 9:07 am
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>> No. 421445 Anonymous
30th October 2018
Tuesday 8:25 pm
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Hello I got redirected from Russian board to here.
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>> No. 421452 Anonymous
31st October 2018
Wednesday 3:53 am
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Incidentally, Brazil have their own containment board which is why we don't see much of them around here. The board itself, however, is beyond tedious (I mean the moderation makes Music with a bad hangover seem like a reasonable cunt) and literally 100% of the posting population are middle-upper level middle class (think "daddy earns £1 million / year" class of people. Anyway, I've said too much).
>> No. 421455 Anonymous
31st October 2018
Wednesday 4:34 pm
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That's a common name for Germany in Slavic languages. Interestingly the similar word for Germans means 'mutes', so Germany is effectively called 'land of the mutes'.
>> No. 421529 Anonymous
1st November 2018
Thursday 7:53 pm
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ай сынк зат ус ту ху кан рид сырыллык шуд тайп лайк зис ту конфюз за оза лад.
>> No. 421581 Anonymous
2nd November 2018
Friday 2:50 pm
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Oh blimey, the infamous roulette threads.
>> No. 421780 Anonymous
6th November 2018
Tuesday 5:14 pm
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One of my former coworkers was from Poland, and his name was Niemiecki. Which very simply means German.

>> No. 420756 Anonymous
29th September 2018
Saturday 9:14 pm
Any ladm7s watch gore? In my day it was the secret snuff VHS which had the social implications of handling underground weapons grade uranium but now thanks to the internet you can see Mexican cartels chopping up people alive and Indians chopped in half on railway tracks.
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>> No. 421462 Anonymous
31st October 2018
Wednesday 8:43 pm
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I've no idea what this is but I'd bet my house that Garth Ennis has something to do with it.
>> No. 421463 Anonymous
31st October 2018
Wednesday 8:44 pm
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Yeah. Crossed "Wish you were there".
>> No. 421464 Anonymous
31st October 2018
Wednesday 8:57 pm
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Not gore, but I found myself down the rabbit hole of watching "anti-Paul Joseph Watson" videos the other day.

What really fucked me off is that Septics cannot pronounce Nazi. Notzi. Posta. Kozakhstan. Holloween. They cannot properly say words where the second letter is an a.
>> No. 421466 Anonymous
31st October 2018
Wednesday 10:03 pm
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Well, they're saying that /a/ correctly. It just sounds out of place because their other /a/s are all over the place. If your pronunciation of "NAFTA" somehow has an /e/ in it you're doing it wrong.
>> No. 421477 Anonymous
1st November 2018
Thursday 10:03 am
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I loved that. Followed it from start to finish. It's a lot more than just gore.

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