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>> No. 406768 Anonymous
19th November 2016
Saturday 12:47 am
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One of the girls I've been seeing is working on an art project for some supposed Colombian child genius. He apparently wrote a book at 13, but the Vatican bought every single copy. The art project is to fund a children's hospital at first, but leftover money will go to building a town strictly for child geniuses. Basically he's a fucking quackpot. He's also a dwarf and speaks only in Spanish, if that helps paint a mental picture.

He's also supposedly clairvoyant. He knew that she has issues with her period without her having told him beforehand, and on her first day at work he asked her about her night with me that week, without being told that she was seeing anyone. He's always asking people if they want to know the day they die and that sort of thing and claims he can tell someone's fortune just by looking at their photo.

For shits and giggles she said she was gonna show him a photo of me, since he keeps asking for one. Today she offered, and apparently he "can already see me" and "doesn't want her to see me again" because I'm "untrustworthy" and refused to even look at my picture out of anger.

What do I do when a mental Colombian millionaire midget is trying to cock-block me?
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>> No. 406927 Anonymous
22nd November 2016
Tuesday 12:45 am
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>>406924
She's alright. I'm probably never gonna meet this chap.
>> No. 406928 Anonymous
22nd November 2016
Tuesday 12:47 am
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This is the most bizarre and probably most amusing thread I've seen here for quite a while. Please keep us updated. I want to believe.
>> No. 406929 Anonymous
22nd November 2016
Tuesday 12:52 am
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>>406928
I think its going to end in either a murder or a marriage.
>> No. 406930 Anonymous
22nd November 2016
Tuesday 12:54 am
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>>406928
I may pick her up from work some time just so I can meet him and watch his reaction, seeing as how he seems to believe I'm some sort of pantomime villain. I could probably borrow a leather jacket and motorcycle and slap her on the arse right in front of him.
>> No. 406948 Anonymous
22nd November 2016
Tuesday 5:45 pm
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>>406783
How long have we been able to get YouTube embeds to start at a specific time? Also,how do I do it? I've checked the features and it hasn't been updated to reflect this.

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>> No. 406812 Anonymous
20th November 2016
Sunday 7:52 pm
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Okay this has been a corking year all round and there is still a month to go.

Personally I still feel like we have room for a major weather or environmental catastrophe to complete the year - picture related.

Make outlandish predictions for things that will happen before the end of the year, unrelated to Brexit/Trump.
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>> No. 406937 Anonymous
22nd November 2016
Tuesday 11:11 am
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>>406932

>We simply wouldn't have the sinkhole in the first place.

Really?

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2016/may/12/london-sinkhole-partially-swallows-car
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/jul/18/south-london-sinkhole-network-rail
https://www.theguardian.com/world/video/2016/nov/10/large-sinkhole-consumes-back-garden-in-ripon-yorkshire-video
https://www.theguardian.com/world/video/2015/nov/13/20-foot-sinkhole-newcastle-street-video
>> No. 406938 Anonymous
22nd November 2016
Tuesday 11:22 am
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>>406937
Here's another couple you missed.
http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/prestwich-sinkhole-heywood-road-huge-12037455
http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/mancunian-way-open-date-sinkhole-11416320
>> No. 406943 Anonymous
22nd November 2016
Tuesday 12:10 pm
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>>406937>>406938
Only two of those in London, and both of those in in South London, quite some distance away from the crossrail route. Most sinkholes in this country are caused by the collapse of mines hundreds of years old.

I partially concede my point though, crossrail does have some challening sections to bore through.
https://www.geolsoc.org.uk/Geoscientist/Archive/July-2012/Crossrail-the-engineering-geology
>> No. 406944 Anonymous
22nd November 2016
Tuesday 2:17 pm
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>>406943

Who said anything about Crossrail?
>> No. 406946 Anonymous
22nd November 2016
Tuesday 4:34 pm
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>>406932
The very post that started all this.
See:
>>406932
>They've been expanding the system in London

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>> No. 406648 Anonymous
13th November 2016
Sunday 12:02 pm
406648 Pins
Wear your pin
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>> No. 406723 Anonymous
14th November 2016
Monday 11:30 pm
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>>406722
The mainstream media has lost it's credibility entirely lad, less than a third of the population actually trusts it according to a Gallup poll, and rightly so given how they've been shown to collude with political entities as the recent mail leaks shown.
>> No. 406724 Anonymous
15th November 2016
Tuesday 12:24 am
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>>406723
>less than a third of the population actually trusts it

Instead they turned to news on social media which had a ton of bullshit that wasn't true in the slightest and greatly influenced the result of the election. People are idiots. Like the other lad said, read it all, compare stories and sources, analyse. If you really care then it won't be that much work.
>> No. 406725 Anonymous
15th November 2016
Tuesday 12:31 am
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>>406724
Old media is dead. There isn't one part of it that isn't saturated with special interests. Couldn't have happened to a nicer industry.
>> No. 406726 Anonymous
15th November 2016
Tuesday 12:47 am
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>>406724
Being able to read all the media on a daily basis is one of the wonders of the modern world. When I were a lad in my formative years, you had to fucking BUY the papers. Every morning now I read BBC, Daily Mail, Guardian, Telegraph, Washington Post, NY Times, FT and many more - in the old days you had to pay good money to get a breadth of views - it's much easier now.

I wouldn't want to be a journalist (sanctimonious fucks are dead career wise anyway) but as a consumer of news, the internet is truly ace and anyone who moans about the distorted or biased media just isn't looking.
>> No. 406727 Anonymous
15th November 2016
Tuesday 1:19 pm
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>>406726

>in the old days you had to pay good money to get a breadth of views - it's much easier now.

Kind of a shame though that that's not what most people do online. They don't spend their time getting a "breadth" of views on an issue, but tend to just want to see their own views and prejudices confirmed. Which is indeed easier as well than in the old days with just printed newspapers.

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>> No. 406710 Anonymous
14th November 2016
Monday 3:56 pm
406710 Gambling
Any of you lads like to gamble? I've got £25 here and nothing to spend it on, so I thought I might try and gamble it on something. I've played poker with friends, I usually lose my patience quite quickly, and I don't know much about the strategy of the game. Some of my friends are quite into it, and sometimes win fairly big. I've been watching some clips of the World Series tournament this year (or whatever it's called), and the game is starting to make more sense to me; I'm spotting the tactics people use in the short term, over the course of a game, etc. I met a professional player once, who had 7 or 8 windows open on his laptop at a time, and made a supplemental income playing poker.

I bet on some horses earlier this year, which other than scratch cards was the first gamble I've ever made in my life, so I'm thinking about doing a football accumulator, despite not actually watching football. But it seems to me that if you follow the numbers, ie racing scores in newspapers, you can make some smarter bets.

Anyone want to share some tips? Right now this seems like a more appealing way to waste money than on getting shitfaced.
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>> No. 406711 Anonymous
14th November 2016
Monday 4:09 pm
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With a slightly larger float, you can get into matched betting and make a guaranteed profit.

http://www.savethestudent.org/make-money/what-is-matched-betting.html
>> No. 406712 Anonymous
14th November 2016
Monday 6:00 pm
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>>406711

https://www.profitaccumulator.co.uk/

I can vouch for this site. It looks like some scam but it's not in the slightest.
>> No. 406719 Anonymous
14th November 2016
Monday 8:43 pm
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>>406710
>Right now this seems like a more appealing way to waste money than on getting shitfaced.

But why - you're clearly guessing at it. I know a couple of professional gamblers and they spend a great deal of time understanding odds, reading the background data and laying off bets where possible on betting exchanges. You need to be really good at this stuff and understand something about what you're betting on, to even be slightly good at it. You're just going to throw your money away. I would rather get shitfaced, the feeling at least lasts longer.
>> No. 406720 Anonymous
14th November 2016
Monday 9:13 pm
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When you say you have £25, do you mean you literally have £25 and jack all else and you want to gamble it away?

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>> No. 406605 Anonymous
11th November 2016
Friday 7:09 pm
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Goodnight, sweet prince.
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>> No. 406606 Anonymous
11th November 2016
Friday 7:34 pm
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He was good in baseketball. RIP.
>> No. 406611 Anonymous
11th November 2016
Friday 10:58 pm
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>>406605
I know him most recently as the guy in Hustle.
>> No. 406619 Anonymous
12th November 2016
Saturday 8:22 am
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>>406611
That's the only thing I know him from.
>> No. 406623 Anonymous
12th November 2016
Saturday 9:14 am
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>>406605

The last of The Magnificent Seven

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>> No. 406441 Anonymous
5th November 2016
Saturday 12:01 am
406441 remember remember
I am going to set some small fireworks, trying this year not to hit one of my children in the chest with a stray one, that would certainly be better than last year. I am also going to remember my mother as it was her birthday.

How are you spending your 5th?
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>> No. 406580 Anonymous
11th November 2016
Friday 2:42 am
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>>406578

Both sides eventually mastered combined arms and what we nowadays call "infiltration tactics" more or less. However, the fundamental problem of limited logistical and communicative capabilities remained, and eventually even these comparatively impressive efforts would grind to a halt as supply lines were over extended. Casualties suffered by the famed Sturmtruppen who pioneered these modern shock assaults were still incredibly heavy.

Had the war taken place only a few years later, with more practical radio technology, and greater use of the internal combustion engine over horsepower, we may have seen history taking a radically different path.
>> No. 406581 Anonymous
11th November 2016
Friday 3:37 am
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>>406579
I'm finding this interesting. Thanks, >>406578.
>> No. 406588 Anonymous
11th November 2016
Friday 7:26 am
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>>406581

It's like Peter Snow's gone on a coke binge and decided to join britfa.
>> No. 406597 Anonymous
11th November 2016
Friday 4:48 pm
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>>406588

Has anyone ever told you about the fire capabilities of a short magazine Lee Enfield, lad? Quite a thing, ten rounds of .303 British downrange at Jerry in under a minute, effective range of nearly a thousand yards, just imagine a full brigade, firing from the parapets...
>> No. 406598 Anonymous
11th November 2016
Friday 4:58 pm
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Anyone who enjoys these posts should check out The Great War on YouTube. I even pay in for it on Patreon.

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>> No. 406582 Anonymous
11th November 2016
Friday 4:23 am
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Give the office buildings to the homeless, so they can have a home...everybody else do their work at home instead!

http://amytalksyourheadoff.blogspot.ca/2016/10/about-technology.html

(A good day to you Sir!)
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>> No. 406583 Anonymous
11th November 2016
Friday 4:52 am
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That's not a terrible idea. The problem is I'd just spend all day reading about football and having the occasional wank break, which would mean I'd end up homeless and back in the same office building I began in.
>> No. 406584 Anonymous
11th November 2016
Friday 5:32 am
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>>406583
Don't worry, lad. With the management features in many business laptops they'll have the video taken from your webcam when you thought the laptop was switched off.
>> No. 406585 Anonymous
11th November 2016
Friday 5:39 am
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>>406584

Don't you worry, I don't work in an office, I was lying for comic effect.
>> No. 406586 Anonymous
11th November 2016
Friday 7:10 am
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OiFaM_ZhlhA

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>> No. 406166 Anonymous
30th October 2016
Sunday 1:38 am
406166 what time is it
isn't it about now that the world goes backwards? do we get an extra day in bed? is it something like that?
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>> No. 406495 Anonymous
6th November 2016
Sunday 4:50 pm
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>>406492
How long have you been waiting to shoehorn that one in?
>> No. 406496 Anonymous
6th November 2016
Sunday 4:56 pm
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>>406495
I came up with it on the fly.
>> No. 406497 Anonymous
6th November 2016
Sunday 5:09 pm
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>>406496
Fly, shoehorn, something something clothes pun.
>> No. 406498 Anonymous
6th November 2016
Sunday 5:12 pm
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>>406497
If the shoe fits.
>> No. 406499 Anonymous
6th November 2016
Sunday 9:45 pm
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>>406492

>Imagine if all their periods got in synch

Stranger things have happened.

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>> No. 406270 Anonymous
1st November 2016
Tuesday 7:13 pm
406270 Want to see my toe?
It's deformed but it's kind of cute :)

http://amytalksyourheadoff.blogspot.co.uk/2016/10/my-toe.html
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>> No. 406274 Anonymous
1st November 2016
Tuesday 7:29 pm
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>>406270
Why are you spamming this everywhere?
>> No. 406279 Anonymous
1st November 2016
Tuesday 7:48 pm
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>>406274
I can't figure that site out - is it a camwhore? Doesn't look like a normal cam site, but maybe they're getting clever.
>> No. 406290 Anonymous
1st November 2016
Tuesday 10:46 pm
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>>406279
It is a bunch of videos which would seem more fitting on a yt channel rather than a blogspot by some kooky christian american woman who regrets her breast implants and says we shouldn't smoke weed. She is possibly mentally unwell but will never replace Are Em.
>> No. 406300 Anonymous
1st November 2016
Tuesday 11:26 pm
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>>406293

>It's deformed


I could deform your toe some more for you.

And the whole rest of your body, really.

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>> No. 406203 Anonymous
30th October 2016
Sunday 3:10 pm
406203 Diwali
Happy Diwali to both of you. Just started making rangoli for the puja at home. I will post pics of progress below.
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>> No. 406217 Anonymous
30th October 2016
Sunday 5:53 pm
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>>406216

I think you're alright as long as you don't set fire to any ghee.
>> No. 406218 Anonymous
30th October 2016
Sunday 7:22 pm
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My local Sikhm8s have got loads of spangly lights up.
<rummage>, hmm, looks like it's a general tendency for religions to line up their piss-ups, with somewhat spurious justification.
More the merrier, say I, and to hell with accusations of cultural appropriation. I shall celebrate by working like a bastard on a doomed and overdue project.
>> No. 406219 Anonymous
30th October 2016
Sunday 7:26 pm
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>>406218

It's convenient that Jesus Christ was born in the same week as the winter solstice.
>> No. 406220 Anonymous
30th October 2016
Sunday 7:29 pm
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>>406218

>I shall celebrate by working like a bastard on a doomed and overdue project.

Rubber dinghy rapids, brother.

Or whatever you're supposed to say on Diwali.
>> No. 406223 Anonymous
30th October 2016
Sunday 8:44 pm
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>>406218
>I shall celebrate by working like a bastard on a doomed and overdue project.

Same. I will certainly be having a 'spooky' Halloween coming to terms with how fucked I am.

>>406219
Gotta give the little lad that extra few month boost in pre-school m8.

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>> No. 404466 Anonymous
12th August 2016
Friday 8:44 pm
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Weekend thread? Weekend thread.

These lady weightlifters are giving me a right stonk on.
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>> No. 406192 Anonymous
30th October 2016
Sunday 3:18 am
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>>406190

Looks like Aki's put his compo claim in then.
>> No. 406194 Anonymous
30th October 2016
Sunday 7:09 am
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>>406190
We can only hope.
>> No. 406195 Anonymous
30th October 2016
Sunday 8:58 am
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>>406190
No way.
>> No. 406197 Anonymous
30th October 2016
Sunday 11:35 am
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A Swedish friend of mine was visiting so we ate surströmming in the garden. It was good. Then we went to get more beer and although three of us wanted a night in, the Swede was set on going out so as a compromise we let him bang on the door of a neighbour who was having a party and ask if we could join them. Weirdly they let us in. We sat by the fire and talked to a 54 year old woman in a dominatrix outfit about her three children, who were also there. A chubby 21 year old with skeleton hands on her bum made eyes at me a bit until her fiancée turned up, and my (all foreign) friends got spooked because some of the people whose party it was were talking about how they'd been kicking someone's head in so we left. I did try to warn them about the British.
The Swede has gone and left me a packet of snus as a farewell gift.
>> No. 406198 Anonymous
30th October 2016
Sunday 11:39 am
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I swear, everytime I go to that brewdog place I end up leaving absolutely smashed on nothing. Those beers are deadly.

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>> No. 406093 Anonymous
26th October 2016
Wednesday 7:24 pm
406093 memes more popular than Jesus
Not sure whether to laugh or cry about this.
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>> No. 406103 Anonymous
26th October 2016
Wednesday 8:06 pm
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>>406101
People look at memes in their leisure time, and they have more leisure time around holidays. Recipes and movies also peak around Christmas, for example.
>> No. 406104 Anonymous
26th October 2016
Wednesday 10:04 pm
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I can't be the only person who dislikes the uniquity of the word 'meme' these days. Half the time it isn't even anything memetic, just a completely unfunny image macro or the like.
>> No. 406111 Anonymous
26th October 2016
Wednesday 10:32 pm
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>>406104
You're not at all.
>> No. 406134 Anonymous
27th October 2016
Thursday 12:28 pm
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>memes more popular than Jesus

Richard Dawkins must feel doubly vindicated.
>> No. 406140 Anonymous
27th October 2016
Thursday 6:34 pm
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>>406104
I think meme now just means a joke that was on the internet.

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>> No. 406046 Anonymous
24th October 2016
Monday 7:29 pm
406046 Network maintenance
How good are you at maintaining relationships with people long term if you are not interacting with them daily.
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>> No. 406118 Anonymous
26th October 2016
Wednesday 11:10 pm
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>>406115

> on the internet

Those numbers actually refer to the number of processing steps the gear has gone through from crude opium resin right the way down to diacetylmorphine hydrochloride (number 4, china white, etc). As you rightly point out the number 3 (brown, tar) is a freebase which is why it needs acidification before use. If you're a clever enough puppy and had the right glassware it's not all that difficult to turn number 3 into number 4, if that's your bag.

It's also really not all that hard, relatively speaking, to turn codeine hcl into number 4 heroin either, for whatever that's worth.

Sage for doing my usual party trick of always talking about drugs no matter what, for fuck's sake why don't you ever talk about something else.
>> No. 406119 Anonymous
26th October 2016
Wednesday 11:43 pm
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>>406115
Can you just drink it in a nice cup of lemon tea?

(but thanks, I always wondered what the lemon juice was for)
>> No. 406121 Anonymous
27th October 2016
Thursday 1:12 am
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>>406118
Can you elaborate on the steps to get to #4, and for codeine too?
>> No. 406122 Anonymous
27th October 2016
Thursday 1:59 am
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>>406121
Would this work for dihydrocdiene too?
>> No. 406126 Anonymous
27th October 2016
Thursday 11:46 am
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>>406118
>Sage for doing my usual party trick of always talking about drugs no matter what, for fuck's sake why don't you ever talk about something else.

It's posts like these that make me wonder if I've been posting in the middle of a benzo blackout again. I even warily mashed the recycle button to see if the post passwords matched.

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>> No. 406021 Anonymous
24th October 2016
Monday 4:09 am
406021 Obligatory Walking Dead Spoiler
It's a bad night for GINGERS and ASIANS

(Hintetty-hint-hint)
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>> No. 406028 Anonymous
24th October 2016
Monday 9:59 am
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>>406022

I feel ya bro. (Uh-oh, I think I'm picking up the Yankee vernacular.) But do yourself a favour and watch the last episode of season six and then the most recent one. Don't worry, that's what I did after a long gap and I don't feel I missed much.

It really did surprise me, Negan might've just saved this series.
>> No. 406031 Anonymous
24th October 2016
Monday 1:59 pm
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I don't know... the last TV series that I was really able to get absorbed into was Fargo. And only the first series. The second one was a bit too daft and aimless for its own good.

Lorne Malvo was the greatest fucking TV villain in years.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-D5RQNdp5X4

Self sage for shitting up a Walking Dead thread.
>> No. 406032 Anonymous
24th October 2016
Monday 2:20 pm
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Twd and it's spin off are utterly dire. It's the same formula again and again - group enters a settlement with a sociopathic and violent leader figure, 'we have to go alone!', there's a fight as they leave,and by next season they've done the exact same again.

If you want OK zombie telly try Z Nation, some of the episodes are quite funny.
>> No. 406034 Anonymous
24th October 2016
Monday 2:51 pm
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There's only one zombie TV programme worth watching.
>> No. 406035 Anonymous
24th October 2016
Monday 2:51 pm
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>>406032
*Its, autocorrect is a fucking cunt.

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