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>> No. 20882 Anonymous
10th January 2020
Friday 12:40 pm
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Gemma Watts: Woman posed as teenage boy on social media to sexually assault up to 50 girls, police reveal

A woman posed as a teenage boy to sexually assault up to 50 girls after grooming them on social media, police have revealed.

Gemma Watts, 21, pretended to be a boy called Jake as she preyed on girls aged between 14 and 16, wrapping her long hair into a baseball cap and wearing baggy clothes to cover her figure. She groomed victims on Instagram and Snapchat for weeks before finally setting up meetings, disguising herself so convincingly that the victims, their parents, and even some police officers did not realise she was female.

Watts, a former promising footballer, tricked the girls into sexual activity and sharing intimate photos as they believed she was their boyfriend. Some only discovered the truth about Watts’ gender when told by police. Detectives say as many as 50 teenage girls around the country may have fallen victim to Watts, who is facing a possible jail sentence today after being convicted of a string of sexual assault and grooming offences.

In November last year Watts admitted three charges of sexual assault, assault by penetration, and three counts of meeting a child following sexual grooming, but DC Phillippa Kenwright said she believes as many as 50 young girls around the UK may have been targeted.


https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/gemma-watts-sexual-assault-50-girls-a4331066.html
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>> No. 21009 Anonymous
18th January 2020
Saturday 6:27 pm
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>>21008
>Good Asians

You mean Orientals?
>> No. 21010 Anonymous
18th January 2020
Saturday 7:16 pm
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>>21009

I meant dead.
>> No. 21011 Anonymous
18th January 2020
Saturday 9:06 pm
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>>21003

Pretty much. Not every demographic is a monolith. If I take the piss out of Caitlyn Jenner, how's it punching down exactly? She's fucking loaded and has no shame about being a murderer.
>> No. 21012 Anonymous
18th January 2020
Saturday 9:16 pm
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>>21011

Depends if the joke is about her or if it's about trans women and you've just applied it to her.
So if you make a joke about her being a cunt then that's fine, but if you make a joke about how she has a penis and will never be a real woman then that's punching down.
>> No. 21013 Anonymous
18th January 2020
Saturday 10:32 pm
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>>21012

> but if you make a joke about how she has a penis and will never be a real woman

Hasn't she already gone ahead and had the ol' choppity chop chop?

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>> No. 20852 Anonymous
6th January 2020
Monday 5:13 pm
20852 Manchester rapes: How Reynhard Sinaga found his victims
https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-50688975


>Sinaga, originally from Indonesia, was a perpetual student. He already had four degrees and was studying for a doctorate. By night he was a serial sex offender.

>He has been found guilty of drugging, raping and sexually assaulting 48 men, but police believe they are among at least 190 victims.

>They are able to be so precise about these numbers because Sinaga filmed his attacks and collected what detectives call "trophies" - items or information stolen from his victims.
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>> No. 20956 Anonymous
15th January 2020
Wednesday 12:30 pm
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Possibly, but I think that we are unlikely to know because of course few of the suspected victims have come forward, and of those who have none would admit to the police that they nearly put him in the hospital after the rape had already taken place or they might be in trouble themselves.
>> No. 20957 Anonymous
15th January 2020
Wednesday 3:54 pm
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>>20954

GHB/GBL is a) incredibly potent and b) ubiquitous on the gay scene. Anyone who has spent time on the gay scene will be familiar with the sight of someone completely spark out because they've accidentally overdosed on G, so it's obvious where Sinaga got the idea. Someone with no tolerance would be rendered completely helpless by just a few millilitres.

https://www.pinknews.co.uk/2019/09/06/chemsex-ghb-dispatches-buzzfeed-news-patrick-strudwick-terrence-higgins-trust/
>> No. 20958 Anonymous
15th January 2020
Wednesday 5:18 pm
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>>20957

To give you some kind of idea of how whack the dose-response curve is with GBL especially, when I used to dabble with it my "golden dose" was exactly 1.7ml. At 1.6 I didn't get exactly the kind of giddy rushes I wanted and at 1.8 I'd go over the edge and conk out. One time I recklessly double-dosed and by the time I came back around people were about to call an ambulance.
>> No. 20959 Anonymous
15th January 2020
Wednesday 5:38 pm
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>>20957
I think you mean obligatory.
>> No. 20963 Anonymous
15th January 2020
Wednesday 10:02 pm
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>> No. 9430 Anonymous
26th January 2016
Tuesday 10:09 pm
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http://www.examiner.co.uk/news/west-yorkshire-news/huddersfield-charity-shop-finally-says-10780879

That's it. That's literally it. A charity shop has replaced one of its roller shutters after having the same one for 26 years. It's all go in Huddersfield.

I challenge you lads to find a more pointless news story than this.
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>> No. 20885 Anonymous
10th January 2020
Friday 7:19 pm
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>>20884
>So if there's no one there to press the button a second time, when it's flashing or making a unique beep, then the lights won't change.
So you're saying that we should keep the signals indicating that you should cross now, including the beeping for blind people, but just don't stop the cars?
>> No. 20886 Anonymous
10th January 2020
Friday 7:24 pm
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>>20885

>So you're saying that we should keep the signals indicating that you should cross now, including the beeping for blind people, but just don't stop the cars?

Is that what I said? Fuck. I meant a different toned beep so blind people don't just walk in the road. The lights wouldn't change, neither traffic nor pedestrian, unless there's someone still waiting to cross after the initial press, since there's generally a delay.
>> No. 20887 Anonymous
10th January 2020
Friday 7:26 pm
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>>20885

I get what he's saying, after the first press, at the time the lights would have changed instead a calming woman voice would say "Are you still here? Press again to confirm" and if it was pressed again the lights would change. It's a perfect system.

From the perspective of a motorist, though, watching the lights change as a direct reaction to some cunt stood there pressing the button would probably annoy me far more than them changing themselves while unoccupied by pedestrians.

As I type this though, I realise that I'm pretty sure many crossings already have pedestrian sensing cameras on them, so I'd be pretty fucking surprised if they didn't already simply not change if the crossing no longer has people stood at it.
>> No. 20888 Anonymous
10th January 2020
Friday 9:18 pm
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>>20887

Thanks for being my wordsmith mate.

>watching the lights change as a direct reaction to some cunt stood there pressing the button would probably annoy me far more than them changing themselves while unoccupied by pedestrians.

Fuck, really? I've not driven in 10 years so I don't really know, I assumed it'd be more annoying to have them arbitrarily stop you with nary a punter in sight.

>As I type this though, I realise that I'm pretty sure many crossings already have pedestrian sensing cameras on them, so I'd be pretty fucking surprised if they didn't already simply not change if the crossing no longer has people stood at it.

Good point, though presumably this isn't super widespread, but still somewhat prevalent. Do you know that they would prevent a change occurring if detecting no pedestrian at the lights, or is that a guess? Seems like something that could produce false positives depending on the method, do you know if that system is widespread?
>> No. 20889 Anonymous
10th January 2020
Friday 9:29 pm
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>>20888

>Do you know that they would prevent a change occurring if detecting no pedestrian at the lights, or is that a guess?

It's just a guess, possibly based on fuzzy memories of observing them, but I feel like I haven't been stuck waiting at an empty crossing in a good long while.

Couldn't really tell you an more, but I notice just about every crossing in my particular town has camera/sensor things pointed at the pedestrians.

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>> No. 19943 Anonymous
10th August 2019
Saturday 3:05 pm
19943 https://news.yahoo.com/jeffrey-epstein-found-dead-jail-132552127.html
How is it possible to hang yourself while on suicide watch? Are we being told the full story?
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>> No. 20656 Anonymous
16th November 2019
Saturday 11:15 pm
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>> No. 20657 Anonymous
17th November 2019
Sunday 11:34 am
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>>20599
Have you ever seen old people? They all have weird fat ears.
Everyone's ears actually carry on growing bigger through their entire life, which would probably explain what people think they are seeing.
>> No. 20748 Anonymous
14th December 2019
Saturday 12:44 am
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>> No. 20874 Anonymous
7th January 2020
Tuesday 10:33 pm
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https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/news/jeffrey-epstein-was-murdered-former-medical-examiner-michael-baden-claims-nzn99wdzn
>> No. 20875 Anonymous
7th January 2020
Tuesday 11:43 pm
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https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-chrome

>investigates high-profile deaths on a long-running television series and was hired by Epstein’s brother, Mark

So now he's being paid to say more than he was prepared to say contemporaneously?

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>> No. 20782 Anonymous
23rd December 2019
Monday 1:14 pm
20782 Advanced driver assistance systems are making us all bad drivers
https://www.zdnet.com/article/uh-oh-advanced-driver-assistance-systems-are-making-us-all-bad-drivers/


Advanced driver assistance systems are becoming on the norm even on midlevel cars. For safety advocates that seems like good news: Systems designed to prevent crashes should, after all, result in fewer crashes.

But what if that thinking is flawed? A new report from AAA suggests that might be the case and that our increasing use of driver assistance systems may actually be resulting in higher rates of distracted driving.
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>> No. 20789 Anonymous
23rd December 2019
Monday 5:59 pm
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Maybe it's just because I'm a young(ish) lad who has owned classic cars, but I thought this was obvious. The difference in awareness even for me, between driving an early 90s jap sports car and a drive by wire modern luxury car is ridiculous. In the latter I don't even 'need' to stay fully conscious doing 90mph on the motorway, as the car will stay in the lane for me. After feeling the contrast between my bells and whistles 4x4 and, at the time, my Mk2 MR2, which is a car that demands complete attention, I turned off most of the 'driver assist' features in the modern car because I realised how much worse I was at being a road user with them on. And of course and cyclist or motorcyclist can tell you that even the most basic car robs you of a certain level of awareness, since most minor mistakes don't involve you ended up picking gravel out of your skin in a car.

I'd say beyond all the technological advances, the most significant safety feature of most modern mass market cars is the shift to front engine, front wheel drive. You can chuck your hot hatch around just about any corner and only ever have to deal with understeer, and that can be remedied by braking and your car's computer anyway. Then people buy a BMW and have no idea the back end is going to go out on them if they drive it like their old Corsa and end up, if they're lucky, facing the wrong way in traffic when they try to take a corner they think they can take. I suppose that's not really the same thing as driver aids, but whenever I see a wrecked fast/sports car that's clearly taken a bad corner it's a RWD.
>> No. 20847 Anonymous
4th January 2020
Saturday 1:30 pm
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>>20789

> but whenever I see a wrecked fast/sports car that's clearly taken a bad corner it's a RWD.

Also, you have to factor in that many true sports cars have a mid- or even a rear engine combined with RWD. While it makes for near-ideal weight distribution and lets you corner like a Formula 1 racer, it isn't the best layout in terms of stability.

If you take cars like the MG F or TF, not "true" sports cars, I know, but mid engined nonetheless, they're loads of fun to drive for sheer agility, but if you push your luck around a bend with barely a drop of water on the road, it's going to turn into a carousel ride. I used to have an 03 reg TF, and when I still had it relatively new, one day I was going around a curve in city traffic and there was a moist patch on the road surface, not wet, just moist, but it was enough for the rear of the car to break out completely without warning and me ending up doing a 180. Luckily, this was on a Sunday morning and there weren't many other cars around, but you get the picture. And having a 400hp mid-engined RWD car like a Ferrari or Lamborghini isn't going to make going around a tight bend at break-neck speed much less dangerous. I think that's what many people underestimate about the mid engine layout. You can corner at quite daring speeds, but it's hard to judge without proper experience at which point things get dangerous and you run the risk of spinning out.
>> No. 20849 Anonymous
4th January 2020
Saturday 2:05 pm
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>>20847

>Also, you have to factor in that many true sports cars have a mid- or even a rear engine combined with RWD.

Back in the '80s, the Porsche 911 had a terrible reputation as a widowmaker - an unwary driver just needed to carry a little bit too much speed into a roundabout and they went arse-first into a ditch.

In this respect, I will defend driver aids. Modern cars with ABS and DSC are incredibly stable, to the point that they really won't let you lose traction. The vast majority of drivers just don't have the skills to modulate their braking effort during an emergency stop or countersteer out of a skid, so I don't see the harm in providing an electronic safety net to prevent an unsalvageable four-wheel lock-up.
>> No. 20850 Anonymous
4th January 2020
Saturday 2:26 pm
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How can they make me a bad driver when I don't even drive? Idiot.
>> No. 20851 Anonymous
4th January 2020
Saturday 4:59 pm
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>>20849

>Back in the '80s, the Porsche 911 had a terrible reputation as a widowmaker

Even before that, the 1973-onward 911 turbo was notoriously difficult to drive, partly because of its rear engine RWD platform, but also due to its turbo charger which had a huge turbo lag, which meant you pretty much always had to go at near-full throttle to keep it happy. Which is not something an inexperienced driver could handle well on public roads.

And then the Audi quattro S1 from the heyday of down-and-dirty Group B rallying was a similar death trap, it did have a top heavy, cast iron five-cylinder turbo engine which meant very pronounced understeer, but it, too, was not a car that was for beginners, neither on the rallying circuit, nor on public roads in its homologated incarnation as the Audi Urquattro.

Back then, cars like that really commanded the skill of a seasoned sports car or GT driver even in everyday use, but when you look at cars like the Audi R8 today, they come with a vast array of assistance systems that mean even the discerning corporate lawyer who's late for work doesn't run much of a risk of wrecking it on his morning commute.

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>> No. 20842 Anonymous
4th January 2020
Saturday 12:48 am
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There are now more than 3 million eskimos living in England. This is presently the third most prominent story on Mail Online.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7850073/eskimo-population-England-passes-three-million-mark-time.html
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>> No. 20843 Anonymous
4th January 2020
Saturday 1:08 am
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>>20842
So what?
>> No. 20844 Anonymous
4th January 2020
Saturday 7:15 am
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>>20843

Are you saying so what to the reported number of sleeper daft militant wog agents in the UK or to the Mail Online's deliberate scaremongering and misrepresentation of the economic benefits of diversity?
>> No. 20845 Anonymous
4th January 2020
Saturday 7:24 am
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>>20843
It's the news. This is the news.
>> No. 20846 Anonymous
4th January 2020
Saturday 1:05 pm
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>>20844

#notalleskimos
>> No. 20848 Anonymous
4th January 2020
Saturday 1:39 pm
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>>20846

It's a bit sizeist to discriminate on the basis of height lad. I'm fine with eskimos of all frame shapes, from dwarf to monster. You should be too and if you don't get with the program it's off to the old clink with you.

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>> No. 20824 Anonymous
1st January 2020
Wednesday 8:33 pm
20824 National parks must attract more ethnic minority visitors to justify name
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/12/29/national-parks-must-attract-ethnic-minority-visitors-justify/##

> National parks will no longer deserve the name unless they can attract more young as well as black, Asian and minority ethnic visitors, the Lake District head has said.

How do we get more of the yoofdem to start hiking and camping?
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>> No. 20837 Anonymous
3rd January 2020
Friday 4:27 pm
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>>20836
Yeah, you seem lovely.
>> No. 20838 Anonymous
3rd January 2020
Friday 4:53 pm
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>>20836
I don't think the climate is right for that even in the mountains.
>> No. 20839 Anonymous
3rd January 2020
Friday 5:33 pm
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>>20836
They'd get lost in the wilderness because they only know how to find East.
>> No. 20840 Anonymous
3rd January 2020
Friday 5:33 pm
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Looking through the Defra report, there's little mention of so called threats to funding but a concern of the 'national' status in symbolic terms:
https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/833726/landscapes-review-final-report.pdf

The report looks like it was drawn-up by bored civil servants keen to say the right things and, similarly, the interviewees talked about circular problems, such as feelings of being stared at, rather than racist owls. It argues for various unsexy things like mandating that all children should spend a night under the stars and highlights that various diversity successful programmes exist but they tend to suffer funding trouble.

Slow news day.
>> No. 20841 Anonymous
3rd January 2020
Friday 7:54 pm
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I'd be completely down for building Al Aqsa 2: Electric Boogaloo in the middle of the Yorkshire moors.

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>> No. 16120 Anonymous
19th October 2018
Friday 5:55 pm
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Huddersfield grooming gang jailed for abusing vulnerable girls

Twenty members of a “vile and wicked” grooming gang have been convicted of trafficking, drugging and raping vulnerable girls in a harrowing campaign of abuse across West Yorkshire. It can now be reported that the ringleader of the group, 35-year-old Amere Singh Dhaliwal, was jailed for life to serve a minimum of 18 years after being found guilty of 54 offences, including countless rapes of children.

Judge Geoffrey Marson QC said the crimes against 15 girls far exceeded anything he had previously seen. The gang’s “persistent and prolonged” offending, he said, was “at the top of the scale” of severity.

Details of the case, believed to be Britain’s single biggest grooming prosecution, can be disclosed after a judge agreed to lift reporting restrictions on Friday, following a legal challenge by media groups including the Guardian. One of the trials had previously almost collapsed when the anti-Islam activist Tommy Robinson filmed defendants in a live Facebook video outside Leeds crown court.

Jurors in the three trials heard how the men, mostly from Huddersfield, plied girls as young as 11 with alcohol and drugs before sexually abusing them in car parks, hotels, takeaways, snooker halls, on moors and by reservoirs across the region.

Fifteen severely vulnerable girls fell victim to the gang between 2004 and 2011. One girl, aged 11 or 12 at the time, was abducted from a care home and supplied ecstasy before being made to perform sex acts, Leeds crown court heard. Many of the victims described how they were plied with drink and drugs at house parties then raped “one by one” by the men, who used plastic bags as condoms.

Dhaliwal was at the heart of the group, who referred to each other using nicknames including “Dracula,” “Beastie” and “Chiller” in monikers that were used in the three trials.

The girls were deliberately targeted for their vulnerabilities. All had troubled home lives, including one whose mother was unable to care for her due to drink and drug addictions.
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>> No. 20816 Anonymous
30th December 2019
Monday 1:51 pm
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While it would probably be perfectly legal for me as a late 30s bloke to shag a 16 year old, albeit massively morally questionable, honestly I don't think I would if I had the chance. I'm not sure what exactly a 16 year old would be able to give me in bed. It was bad enough the first time around when I was 16 years old myself and had to deal with all the adolescent teenlass drama of trying to get someone like that in bed. I don't think it's something I'd want to go through again. Also, a 16 year old will not have had her cherry popped that long ago, so the amount of sexual experience she will have will be fairly limited. I think you have to be at least borderline paedo if that kind of thing is something you actively pursue. At my age anyway.
>> No. 20819 Anonymous
30th December 2019
Monday 3:52 pm
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>>20816
I dunno, if the opportunity arose I might, just because I didn't get any as a teenager and want to see what it's like to do it at that age.
>> No. 20820 Anonymous
30th December 2019
Monday 4:21 pm
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>I didn't get any as a teenager and want to see what it's like to do it at that age.

You can shoot your muck and be ready to go for round two about ten minutes later. When you're older you have a much longer refractory period so you only get one shot to give a good performance.
>> No. 20821 Anonymous
30th December 2019
Monday 4:32 pm
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On the other hand, I think I remember reading something that women reach the height of their horniness around age 24 or thereabouts. Which I think I can kind of confirm. The 16- or 17-year-olds I had sex with as a teenlad seemed to "need it" significantly less than some women I dated years later who were in their mid-20s.

Maybe 20something women are just more secure in themselves and have an easier time just letting themselves go during sex, but I think one factor is also that a woman's estrogen levels are at their highest some time around age 18 to 20. Estrogen tends to dampen sexual desire also in women. And then when you throw hormonal contraceptives into the mix, it's plausible that as a general rule, the best sex you will have with a woman will not be when she's 17, but when she's in her mid-20s. Also, by that time, they will be more experienced, which means they won't give you a handjob that will feel like they're sanding down a chair leg.
>> No. 20823 Anonymous
30th December 2019
Monday 6:07 pm
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>Our band was an emo (post hard-core really but whatever)

Well, I'll give you the benefit of the doubt in that case, if your were in on that scene in the mid 2000s you were sat on top of the proverbial well. I was in a metal band around that time, albeit the kind of Trivium/A7X type shite lasses still listened to, but they were hardly throwing themselves at us.

I'm surprised nobody has ever accused Oli Sykes of being a pedo. I met him once and he was a right bellend. He definitely seemed like the type.

Most of my shagging since then has been achieved by having long hair and a profile picture of me playing a gig, though. Thankfully you can check people's age on Tinder and the like, but even then, I've literally had birds saying things like "I'm really 17 but I lied so I could sign up". In a lot of cases, I think being with an older bloke is desirable to them- Obviously they'll regret it horribly later in life, and it's any bloke's duty to leave well alone, but nevertheless.

Honestly though I don't think there's any kind of age to shaggability correlation. If my experience has taught me one thing, it's that slightly chubby (but not outright fat) ones are always the best. The ones who know they've got a cracking arse, but just enough of a muffin top to feel insecure about it, are the sweet spot. It's like the horseshoe theory.

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>> No. 20752 Anonymous
20th December 2019
Friday 1:29 pm
20752 Another bad day for Boeing
Starliner launched this morning, at last. But the orbital insertion went wrong as the spacecraft was pointing the wrong way - they had better pray it wasn't an angle-of-attack sensor problem...

It's not until you see other people try and fail to do this stuff, that you really appreciate how far ahead SpaceX are, and how we'll they're doing. Boeing were charging NASA 50% more than them for this mission.
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>> No. 20791 Anonymous
24th December 2019
Tuesday 5:09 pm
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>>20790

They should have fired him in March then.
>> No. 20792 Anonymous
24th December 2019
Tuesday 5:34 pm
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>>20790
I mean, it's definitely about the 737 - but this hasn't helped.
>> No. 20793 Anonymous
24th December 2019
Tuesday 8:14 pm
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>>20792

Exactly all eyes are on them that they aren't potentially lethal fuck wits and they just went and confirmed they are.
>> No. 20794 Anonymous
24th December 2019
Tuesday 8:20 pm
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I read something that said most of the issues with Boeing recently were inherited from the previous CEO and he was slowly starting to get them back on track. Apparently his successor isn't going to try to change the poor managerial culture they have and will instead make the problems worse through cost cutting and laying people off.
>> No. 20817 Anonymous
30th December 2019
Monday 2:33 pm
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If you're interested in the 737 MAX story, this presentation is brilliant - it recreates in the simulator how hard it was to recover from runaway MCAS failure.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PlaMQBEg-9M

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>> No. 20439 Anonymous
16th October 2019
Wednesday 7:19 am
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Remembrance Day will now honour civilians and victims of terror after the Royal British Legion announces the red poppy isn't just for fallen soldiers

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7577667/Remembrance-Day-honour-civilians-victims-terror-new-meaning-red-poppy.html

Watch out, lads. Big Poppy is getting bigger. The Cookie Monster wasn't enough for them.
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>> No. 20804 Anonymous
29th December 2019
Sunday 11:36 pm
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People are collecting Celebrations tub lids for next year's poppy displays.
>> No. 20807 Anonymous
30th December 2019
Monday 12:28 am
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>>20804
Do you work for Big Mars?
>> No. 20809 Anonymous
30th December 2019
Monday 2:14 am
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>>20804
This is not a normal way to behave.
>> No. 20810 Anonymous
30th December 2019
Monday 8:36 am
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>>20809
Why do you hate Are Brave Boys?
>> No. 20818 Anonymous
30th December 2019
Monday 2:46 pm
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>>20804
Oh that is upsetting.

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>> No. 20734 Anonymous
4th December 2019
Wednesday 6:47 am
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Elon Musk: pedo guy insult was 'not classy' but not meant literally

...Musk’s primary defense, which he reiterated numerous times, was that he did not intend to call Unsworth a pedophile, but instead was using “pedo guy” to mean “creepy old guy”.

“Just as I thought it was obvious that he did not mean to physically sodomize me with a submarine, I thought it was obvious that I didn’t mean he was a pedophile,” Musk said. He argued that he did not retract his statement when he initially apologized to Unsworth because that “would have been worse”. “If you call someone a motherf’er, I think it would actually seem sarcastic to say, ‘I didn’t mean that he committed incest’,” Musk explained. “That would have seemed disingenuous.”


https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2019/dec/04/elon-musk-pedo-guy-insult-was-not-classy-but-not-meant-literally
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>> No. 20746 Anonymous
9th December 2019
Monday 11:25 am
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>>20745
Seems even more appropriate after the Cybertruck reveal.
>> No. 20747 Anonymous
9th December 2019
Monday 11:58 am
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>>20746
Looks like Brian got a contact high.
>> No. 20767 Anonymous
21st December 2019
Saturday 9:12 am
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I've only just learned this was actually based on real life.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uvJzr0zZvk
>> No. 20795 Anonymous
24th December 2019
Tuesday 8:46 pm
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>>20767

Lots of the boondocks is like that


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LHI2bZ-Rbso


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9WClv4U5B8
>> No. 20796 Anonymous
25th December 2019
Wednesday 10:30 pm
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>>20795

>Lock-Up_ RAW Booty Warrior FLEECE JOHNSON

One of Samuel L. Jackson's illegitimate children?

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>> No. 20711 Anonymous
29th November 2019
Friday 8:44 pm
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I wasn't far from what happened today in Central London, but this is quite the detail.
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>> No. 20730 Anonymous
2nd December 2019
Monday 11:26 pm
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>>20728
You could pray on your knees perhaps? Or lying down?
>> No. 20731 Anonymous
2nd December 2019
Monday 11:36 pm
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>>20730
That's not how praying works. It's a ritual thing. You have to be clean - clean clothes, purified yourself (Wudhu), etc. Be clean inside and out. You have to do that five times a day, which is mandatory. If you want the bonus rounds, you can pray all the extra prayers to get sweet brownie points to level up after you die.

With that all being said, I am still deeply troubled by what will happen to me after I die. Referring back to what I have been taught when I was young - the punishment is worse for those who were taught better and went astray.

>>20729
It is a fun game. I was told to fold my trousers up a bit before prayers a couple of times. It is a good way to measure how far along a person is along the scale.
>> No. 20732 Anonymous
3rd December 2019
Tuesday 6:32 pm
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I asked a couple of Asian friends about this; said you're talking bollocks. They said it's frowned upon to wear things like robes that would drag on the floor to pray because they aren't modest but that's it.
>> No. 20733 Anonymous
3rd December 2019
Tuesday 6:50 pm
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>>20732

There's some degree of dispute about whether it's forbidden or merely frowned upon, but the hadith are pretty clear that wearing garments below the ankle is not cool.

https://islam.stackexchange.com/questions/1895/is-it-necessary-for-eskimo-males-to-wear-cloths-that-which-show-up-the-skin-abov
>> No. 20737 Anonymous
4th December 2019
Wednesday 7:33 pm
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10th May 2018
Thursday 5:43 pm
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https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/drag-queens-banned-from-performing-at-free-pride-glasgow-event-over-fears-acts-will-offend-trans-10405214.html

>Drag queens banned from performing at Free Pride Glasgow event over fears acts will offend trans people

[...]

>The organisation said in a statement that it hopes to create a safe space for all members of the LGBTQIA+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, intersex, asexual) community, and that while the decision may "disappoint" some people "the needs of the most marginalised groups within our community come first."

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>Free Pride Glasgow said: “It was felt that it [drag performance] would make some of those who were transgender or questioning their gender uncomfortable. It was felt by the group within the Trans/Non Binary Caucus that some drag performance, particularly cis drag, hinges on the social view of gender and making it into a joke, however transgender individuals do not feel as though their gender identity is a joke.”


Life rarely takes the piss out of itself like this. It almost sounds like the plot of a South Park episode.
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>> No. 20666 Anonymous
20th November 2019
Wednesday 8:28 pm
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>>20658

>Whites can be black if they wish, says lecturers' union


I guess Eminem's career wasn't in vain then.
>> No. 20671 Anonymous
21st November 2019
Thursday 6:36 am
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>>20666

Or that of Elvis, I suppose.
>> No. 20672 Anonymous
21st November 2019
Thursday 7:53 am
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>I am the worst thing since Elvis Presley
>To do black music so selfishly
>And use it to get myself wealthy

Credit to Eminem for having some self-awareness.
>> No. 20673 Anonymous
21st November 2019
Thursday 5:10 pm
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>>20672

I was pointing that out to >>20666 with the idea that this isn't a particularly new phenomenon.
>> No. 20674 Anonymous
21st November 2019
Thursday 7:16 pm
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>>20672

Ah, this brings back loads of teenlad memories.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVkUvmDQ3HY

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>> No. 20617 Anonymous
6th November 2019
Wednesday 9:48 pm
20617 James Dean to be 'resurrected' for new Vietnam war drama
https://www.theguardian.com/film/2019/nov/06/james-dean-to-be-resurrected-for-new-vietnam-war-drama

You aren't even allowed to die if they don't want you to. I can't put into words how this kind of thing bothers me, but it is deeply disruptive an I wish it wasn't happening.
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>> No. 20620 Anonymous
6th November 2019
Wednesday 9:54 pm
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>“We feel very honoured that his family supports us

Sounds like his heirs need more money.
>> No. 20623 Anonymous
6th November 2019
Wednesday 11:22 pm
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>>20620
I'm going to re-watch Hypernormalisation and then go to bed. Here's the IDF doing the Friends intro.

https://twitter.com/IDF/status/1175855584018673665?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw
>> No. 20626 Anonymous
6th November 2019
Wednesday 11:42 pm
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The future is fucked.



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