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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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>>406032

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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>> No. 405392 Anonymous
29th September 2016
Thursday 5:44 pm
405392 Alienation
Is alienation the elephant in the room when it comes to the downfall of modern society/late capitalism?
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>> No. 405569 Anonymous
6th October 2016
Thursday 6:51 am
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>>405563
>Also French people

I've been to the French side of Switzerland and the people there are a bit weird. They seem to enjoy barging past people in supermarkets, not holding doors for people and chucking litter (especially gum), but the word they say the most in public is 'pardon!'

I don't think they have dog shit bins, either. Their towns and cities are so scruffy.
>> No. 405570 Anonymous
6th October 2016
Thursday 10:22 am
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>>405569

I've been to the German part and it looks much nicer there. I spent a few days in Graubuenden once, and the city centre looked so clean that you could have eaten off the pavement.

Sadly, the Swiss German dialect is nigh on unintelligible for anybody but the Swiss. I had three years of German in school, and I understood next to nothing when they were talking. But I got a bit of consolation from the fact that a German couple I met at my hotel told me that to them too, it was almost impossible to understand what they were saying. Swiss German is almost as far removed from standard German as the Dutch language. Nevertheless, the Swiss can switch from their dialect to standard German in an instant, and are polite enough to do so whenever they realise that you are either German, or attempting to speak German with them.
>> No. 405642 Anonymous
9th October 2016
Sunday 7:48 pm
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>> No. 405907 Anonymous
20th October 2016
Thursday 7:40 pm
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Rumours contributed to the end of Roman society. We've got plenty of those these days! I saw zeitgeist in 2007 and thought I was being told some revolutionary stuff, now every mongtard has read up on conspiracy theories and doesn't even question them, they just fall for the romance of 'hidden knowledge' and it fuels their burning resentment for any outsider of any type. It's kind of intimidating some times, especially when you remember to look for the debunking articles on any conspiracy theory you come across, and remember how many people don't and just buy into anything they watch in a youtube video. My excuse is that I was a hyperstoned teenager.

Frankly I don't really care about disinfo agents, agents provocateur, finding the truth in the bullshit, symbolism, or reptilians. If we're all gonna die, so be it. I'd like us all not to die because half the world truly, devoutly believes in these things. Tryng to find out the truth sent me pretty nuts, and I'm usually mild-mannered and meek, with enough insight to question these things. They make a great story, and I think that's part of the reason people buy into them so quickly - also it's a great way to offload your problems, and it offers a mythic entity (entities?) to blame your problems and societies ills on, as well. The alienation you mention likely comes into play as well, I'd imagine.

I've seen these conspiracy theories plant themselves in people minds, grow into something else, and literally send them completely crazy. They cease to be functional people - they don't become hippie truthers, that would be functional, if eccentric. They think agents are after them (I want to ask, why? because you watched a youtube video and now you're tainted with secrets? you don't do anything that makes you a threat to them. Delusions of grandiose, it's pretty tragic), and it furthers their agenda.

:(
>> No. 405909 Anonymous
20th October 2016
Thursday 8:02 pm
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>>405907
It's a form of mental illness, severe paranoid delusion.

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>> No. 405696 Anonymous
13th October 2016
Thursday 4:36 pm
405696 ITZ
World War 3 is about to start. Nice knowing you, otherlads.

>Mr Johnson said a new set of "kinetic" options would be considered at a UK meeting of foreign ministers on Sunday.

>"Whether that means we can get a coalition together now for more kinetic action now, I cannot prophesy, but certainly what most people want to see is a new set of options."

>Some MPs are pushing for a no-bombing zone instead, which could involve targeting runways and munitions stores and potentially using naval ships to launch missile attacks on helicopters dropping barrel bombs.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-37646781
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>> No. 405888 Anonymous
20th October 2016
Thursday 12:27 am
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>>405884
It's a pretty good correlation as far as social science is concerned.
>> No. 405889 Anonymous
20th October 2016
Thursday 12:34 am
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>>405887
I really like the way he speaks. It's just so different and weird.
>> No. 405893 Anonymous
20th October 2016
Thursday 12:41 pm
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>>405889

No it's not, it's stupid and embarrassing. The standout quote of the election, barring the recorded ones where he admits to trying it on with married women, is "it could be the great Trojan horse of all time!" It really sums up his inability to comprehend.
>> No. 405895 Anonymous
20th October 2016
Thursday 1:38 pm
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>>405888
>It's a pretty good correlation as far as social science is concerned.

That speaks badly for social science then.

Don't let the fact that there's a linear graph in the middle of it fool you. The whole point of any linear regression analysis is to find a linear function that best represents a data point cloud. Even for a very poor correlation, you will be able to calculate a linear regression of some sort and draw a line that represents it. But it will then not be worth the paper it's printed on.

Simply put, the closer all of your data points are to that line, the better and more valid your correlation hypothesis.
>> No. 405903 Anonymous
20th October 2016
Thursday 7:26 pm
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>>405889

Don't ask me why I was watching this, but no one has a manner of speech that is as different and weird as this guy. I wish all brummies sounded like this, I'd hate them less.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFy4cpILoc4?t=5m27s

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>> No. 405606 Anonymous
8th October 2016
Saturday 10:44 pm
405606 hardly news but
Survivalist Ray Mears has slammed the tips of rival Bear Grylls - claiming the adventurer is only interested in 'showmanship'.
Mears, 52, revealed he does not watch the programmes of Grylls - which he labelled as 'entertainment' - as he likes to 'teach people how to do things properly'.

But while speaking at The Times and The Sunday Times Cheltenham Literature Festival, Mears said he was 'not really interested' in what Grylls does.

'He does something completely different to me,' Mears added. 'It's become clear that what he does is showmanship.

'I'm not in that job. My job is to teach people how to do things properly.'


SHOTS FIRED
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>> No. 405829 Anonymous
19th October 2016
Wednesday 12:55 am
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>>405824

Oh really? You can get low sodium stock cubes, I'll have to check it out.
>> No. 405830 Anonymous
19th October 2016
Wednesday 1:40 am
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>>405824

10 grams of sodium isn't going to be any good for anybody but the whole "sodium is bad for the heart" mythology has become about as annoying (and as hard to banish) as the "eating high-cholesterol foods will raise your blood cholesterol" myth.

Both are utter anachronisms that rank alongside "saturated fat will give you heart disease" in the triumvirate of bullshit that your GP / Channel 4 / BBC will still continue to parrot despite it all being disproved by science years ago.

10 grams of sodium is no doubt unhealthy (as would be a similar amount of potassium (often billed as healthy) - see hyponatraemia), although the idea that it'd cause heart problems in a non-hypotensive individual is complete and utter crap:

http://www.medicaldaily.com/low-sodium-diet-heart-disease-risk-high-blood-pressure-387490

Caveat: I do like to keep my sodium in check myself, not because I think it'll give me heart disease but because so much of it is added to food these days that you can easily go way off the charts in terms of RDA (or even safe amounts) without even realising it. To play devil's advocate to my own reasoning sodium is added to almost everything and yet potassium is added (as far as I'm aware) to almost nothing (food wise). Being aware of your diet and what you're consuming on a day to day basis can only be a Good Thing. For similar reasons I like to try to make sure I consume as many high potassium and vitamin-k rich foods as possible, simply because no one is adding these things to consumer foods the way they do sodium.

Rage and sage for a largely off topic post.
>> No. 405831 Anonymous
19th October 2016
Wednesday 11:22 am
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>>405830

I already checked and one stock cube only has 20% of your RDA of salt. I'll be fine.
>> No. 406153 Anonymous
29th October 2016
Saturday 6:39 pm
406153 test
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>> No. 406154 Anonymous
29th October 2016
Saturday 6:50 pm
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>>406153
I'm afraid it's positive, m7.

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>> No. 405488 Anonymous
3rd October 2016
Monday 12:20 am
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Last year a friend killed himself. This isn't an /emo/thread. In the gap between his disappearance and his body being found - which was a while - all his mates bothered to actually read and ponder his fairly voluminous online postings, and the account where he did reveal suicidal thoughts was a reddit one. On that site he was also sometimes engaging with 'Men's Rights' groups and using their lingo - all that PUA stuff. It was a bit of a shock to read our mildmannered and sweet friend talking about 'vapid sluts'. We knew he hadn't got laid in a while and had had a bad romantic experience a couple of years before, but a part of me wondered if the sheer unpleasantness of that Red Pill worldview hadn't contributed to his despair.

I don't understand how the things they talk about like alphas, 'beta providers', incels, Chads etc remotely translate into real life. I have had a way above average number of sexual partners for a straight male but I still feel like a pretty insecure and scared bloke around attractive members of the opposite sex sometimes, and I have had times in my life when I could not get laid, and so have many women which is the bit these chumps just don't get. The cheap shot to make would be to compare MRAs to extreme fisherpersons but I think it is more like a seriously unpleasant kind of mind controlling cult - down to the neologisms, the inflexible and self-dooming view of the world, the circle of voices all agreeing with each other and drowning out doubt. And I do think this way of thinking helped my friend to top himself. What do you think of this lot .gs?
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>> No. 405690 Anonymous
12th October 2016
Wednesday 11:26 pm
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>>405686
>people with experience of a number of women just don't say that stuff either
>It's the whole "locker talk" thing again

Well you shot yourself in the foot there, as PussyGrabber esq has no doubt fucked more women than everyone on .gs combined.
>> No. 405691 Anonymous
12th October 2016
Wednesday 11:46 pm
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>>405684
Well, what does he mean by this crudely phrased outburst? I guess the gist of it is that a man can be made unhappy by a woman who will go off gallivanting leaving him alone and worried. I think even more women have also been made unhappy by men doing the same thing, yet we don't often hear them saying such derogatory things about men. I guess inadvertently this poster has illustrated a kind of gender inequality that still exists. Sage as the quality of this thread is in terminal decline now.
>> No. 405692 Anonymous
13th October 2016
Thursday 12:47 am
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>>405691
>yet we don't often hear them saying such derogatory things about men.
You must be new here. By here I mean planet earth.
>> No. 405693 Anonymous
13th October 2016
Thursday 8:51 am
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>>405691
>I think even more women have also been made unhappy by men doing the same thing

1939-45 iirc
>> No. 405703 Anonymous
13th October 2016
Thursday 6:23 pm
405703 Trump 'groped woman like an octopus'
Trump clearly knows that >>405634 is correct, he just hasn't quite worked out how to successfully make use of the knowledge yet.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/election-us-2016-37639839

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>> No. 405543 Anonymous
5th October 2016
Wednesday 11:41 am
405543 Hobbies
Is archery lad still around? I'm thinking of taking it up as a counter to my current hiking and yoga hobbies.

Is it good value for money?

Also what is the archery "scene" like socially? By this I mean will I be swamped by Simons wanting to recreate Agincourt as way of expelling the igloo-dweller menace or autists thinking the are training for the hunger games?
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>> No. 405566 Anonymous
5th October 2016
Wednesday 11:38 pm
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I've shot for over 11 years but for some reason feel no inclination to respond properly to this thread.
>> No. 405568 Anonymous
6th October 2016
Thursday 4:15 am
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>>405566

Why? Because OP hints at some degree of social inadequacy amongst you and your merry men?
>> No. 405572 Anonymous
6th October 2016
Thursday 12:07 pm
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>>405543
>Is archery lad still around? I'm thinking of taking it up as a counter to my current hiking and yoga hobbies.

>Is it good value for money?
I assume you mean me, I posted about taking an archery course here a while back. Yes, it's very good value for money - the caveat being that's if you can afford it.

>Also what is the archery "scene" like socially? By this I mean will I be swamped by Simons wanting to recreate Agincourt as way of expelling the igloo-dweller menace or autists thinking the are training for the hunger games?
Well, you'll be pleased to hear that there was no one as interesting, intelligent or level-headed as that when I went there. It wasn't full of liberal leftist communist cunts either, so you'll have no luck on that side either. It was a pretty normal cross-section of society. Well, it was during the course. The only people who actually joined the club or who had any skill at archery were all white.
>> No. 405573 Anonymous
6th October 2016
Thursday 12:19 pm
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>>405568
He's probably just lazy.
>> No. 405587 Anonymous
8th October 2016
Saturday 10:51 am
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I am interested in this too. Was gonna try it on the national sports day thing but I didn't get the chance.

You can find sessions on the BBC's get active page. Failing that British archery.

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>> No. 405478 Anonymous
2nd October 2016
Sunday 7:07 pm
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It's been ages since I booked a proper holiday abroad.

Just paid £330 for a holiday to Berlin which includes return flight and 6 days in a 5 star hotel (I went with 5 star hotel because it was the cheapest and only realised it was after).

So other than not being able to afford to actually drink in my hotel, is this a decent price?

I used expedia but was just wondering if there was anywhere else/ better to get a killer deal in future?

No idea how much these things should cost.
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>> No. 405485 Anonymous
2nd October 2016
Sunday 10:22 pm
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>Public transportation
>walk around

Just rent a bike. Berlin is one of the best cities to cycle around. They have loads of cycle lanes and the traffic is pretty calm.
>> No. 405487 Anonymous
2nd October 2016
Sunday 10:26 pm
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>>405485
Bike wanker.
>> No. 405497 Anonymous
3rd October 2016
Monday 4:08 am
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>>405481

It was dirt cheap until the pound collapsed. It remains one of the cheapest major cities in Europe, especially if you avoid the tourist traps around Kurfürstendamm and Friedrichstraße.

OP might be better off with a Berlin WelcomeCard rather than the usual VBB 7-Tage-Karte, as it gets you generous discounts at most museums and galleries as well as unlimited travel.

I can recommend the Deutsches Technikmuseum and The Story of Berlin. The food hall in KaDeWe is an expensive but very worthwhile treat.
>> No. 405504 Anonymous
3rd October 2016
Monday 1:39 pm
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>>405497

>The food hall in KaDeWe

Yes, that one is outstanding. Vast selection of food... from a humble cheese sandwich with coffee to a tin of Beluga caviar to go with your Veuve Clicquot.

KaDeWe isn't just a cheap imitation of Harrod's (although it does like to measure itself against Harrod's, as the visitor pamphlet will tell you). In a way, it's much better.
>> No. 405508 Anonymous
3rd October 2016
Monday 4:19 pm
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>>405485
Don't really agree with that, there are no cycle lanes at all.

Just take the U-Bahn like a normal person.

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>> No. 405387 Anonymous
29th September 2016
Thursday 3:50 am
405387 lass in devon shoves a t-rex up her tuppence
A shocking picture showing a woman performing a sex act on a dinosaur model at a Devon tourist attraction has been described as an "all time low."

An explicit image showing an individual partly naked, straddling an Exmouth Dino Trail model was met with shock and disgust after it was shared on social media yesterday.

One parent said: "I worry as children play with these dinosaurs, I was disgusted. I feel sick to think that children are anywhere near that."


The model of a baby T-Rex in an egg is located beneath The Beacon, and had already been damaged by vandals this month.

Organiser of the Exmouth Dino Trail, John Thorogood, said: "I saw the image on social media and was completely disgusted by it.

"It was clearly a deliberately posed photograph of a very immature adult engaged in a sex act.



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>> No. 405458 Anonymous
2nd October 2016
Sunday 12:48 am
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>>405456
That question appears to be backwards. Surely the scenario when you'd wonder why they'd care is if they were doing something more objectionable, rather than if they weren't.
>> No. 405465 Anonymous
2nd October 2016
Sunday 9:46 am
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>>405457

Humans are pretty funny looking creatures, all told.
>> No. 405466 Anonymous
2nd October 2016
Sunday 11:44 am
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Why is it so hard to find an uncensored picture of the act?
>> No. 405471 Anonymous
2nd October 2016
Sunday 2:17 pm
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>>405466
Why would you want to see it?
>> No. 405524 Anonymous
4th October 2016
Tuesday 8:57 pm
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>>405466

Bird in question looks like a total munter to be fair. Wrinkly old woman legs and knobly hips... I'm betting she's a junkie.

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>> No. 405314 Anonymous
26th September 2016
Monday 1:13 pm
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Biggest Russian imageboard 2ch.hk destroyed. Greed and greed of its current administration led to what is now the entrance to it not only requires registration, but also paid.
We - its primary audience. We do not agree with this state of affairs.
In this regard, we begin a mass exodus to other, foreign imageboard.
In connection with the question - what are the rules of this board and if you greet visitors from abroad?
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>> No. 405327 Anonymous
26th September 2016
Monday 2:48 pm
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>>405326
Thank you.
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26th September 2016
Monday 7:29 pm
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>>405314
Paid? Gosh, how interesting.
>> No. 405337 Anonymous
26th September 2016
Monday 9:06 pm
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>> No. 405338 Anonymous
26th September 2016
Monday 9:49 pm
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You are very welcome here but don't make a thing of being Russian outside of /zoo/. If you can be subtle about it, post on the rest of the boards.
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27th September 2016
Tuesday 4:55 pm
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>>405314
It had been destroyed multiple times before, both by the change of generations occupying it and the crass PR efforts of its administration on the Russian Facebook analogue.

Can't say I particularly care. I'm too old for the current iteration of imageboards, I guess.

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>> No. 405126 Anonymous
10th September 2016
Saturday 6:58 pm
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Sorry to ruin your Saturday, but do Amy of you have personal experience of this? Not a general prostitution thread, but rather travelling somewhere with the primary purpose of engaging in paid for sex.

I recently discovered that an acquaintance of mine who is very handsome, witty, charming etc, does this very frequently, which makes me wonder if it's not really about the sex as such.
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>> No. 405273 Anonymous
20th September 2016
Tuesday 11:30 am
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These posts left my sides in shreds.
>> No. 405275 Anonymous
20th September 2016
Tuesday 9:51 pm
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so desperate to escape the Marxist trainwreck of 'modern womyn' that they go to Thailand... that is not to say that these permissive drug addled vermin are in any way decent. They are the product of that same militant daft woggery after all. Proud worshippers of the beast: selfish, narcissistic, pleasure hungry to fill the void created by Marxist militant daft wogs. The state that would be god has much to answer for
>> No. 405276 Anonymous
20th September 2016
Tuesday 10:33 pm
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>>405275

Seek psychiatric help.
>> No. 405296 Anonymous
22nd September 2016
Thursday 2:01 pm
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>>405275
Call the National Actiondent Helpline now, with just one call we can tell you if you can make a no sense no use claim, and discuss your potential compensation regarding your debilitating brain injury.
>> No. 405297 Anonymous
22nd September 2016
Thursday 4:18 pm
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for your consideration as I don't really believe this deserves its own /iq/ thread:
http://efukt.com/21671_When_in_Thailand.html

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