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>> No. 20318 Anonymous
23rd September 2019
Monday 10:11 am
20318 Thomas Cook collapses as last-ditch rescue talks fail

Thomas Cook has collapsed after last-minute negotiations aimed at saving the 178-year-old holiday firm failed.

The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) said the tour operator had "ceased trading with immediate effect".

It has also triggered the biggest ever peacetime repatriation, aimed at bringing more than 150,000 British holidaymakers home.

Peter Fankhauser, Thomas Cook's chief executive, said the firm's collapse was a "matter of profound regret".
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>> No. 20413 Anonymous
13th October 2019
Sunday 3:32 am
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Yeah but how much compo did you get?
>> No. 20415 Anonymous
13th October 2019
Sunday 11:27 am
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We did not get compensated at all, beyond the €10 vouchers.
>> No. 20417 Anonymous
13th October 2019
Sunday 12:16 pm
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You should have -

>> No. 20418 Anonymous
13th October 2019
Sunday 12:32 pm
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Well it was 14 or 15 years ago. Maybe it was different then, or maybe I was just never made aware that I was entitled to compensation. Your link does state that the directive was only passed in 2004.
>> No. 20419 Anonymous
13th October 2019
Sunday 1:21 pm
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The link doesn't call it a directive, because a regulation is distinct from a directive, but they do erroneously suggest it came into force the same year it was passed.

>> No. 20384 Anonymous
8th October 2019
Tuesday 7:03 am
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Lorry drivers stuck in IIIWW traffic jams may cause rise in ‘dogging’

Ministers working hard to prepare for a no-deal IIIWW have been dogged by an unlikely new problem with 25 days to go. Officials planning to ease any congestion on the transport links to Dover have encountered the potential for an embarrassing issue: a rise in “dogging”.

At the Conservative Party conference last week, one member of the cabinet confessed that a side effect of increased congestion in Kent from stalled truck drivers would be an increase in the number of lorry drivers visiting voyeuristic sex sites in the Garden of England.

“One of the things we talk about in these no-deal meetings concerns hauliers and their activities,” the minister said. “The main thing is whether they will turn up at the Channel ports with the right paperwork. But there are also dogging hotspots all over the place.” Ministers believe the issue is more likely to flare up with British truckers. “Do Europeans even do dogging?” the minister asked. “There is something deeply British about dogging.”

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>> No. 20389 Anonymous
8th October 2019
Tuesday 5:27 pm
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>>20387 There are compulsory dogging breaks, what did we expect?
>> No. 20390 Anonymous
8th October 2019
Tuesday 6:00 pm
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I only know one lorry driver. He plays truck simulators in his spare time.
>> No. 20391 Anonymous
8th October 2019
Tuesday 11:42 pm
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They should just build a more shady park and turn a blind eye to all the filth that goes on there. It'll be like the Amsterdam of dogging attracting middle aged perverts from across Europe along with their money.

Maccies will make a fortune.

They'll put a sex mod in anything these days.
>> No. 20392 Anonymous
9th October 2019
Wednesday 12:39 am
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I was wondering how they'd do it in something like OpenTTD, but then remembered that years ago someone changed the "company owner statue" to a glamour shot.
>> No. 20393 Anonymous
10th October 2019
Thursday 8:35 pm
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It'll never be like the good old days again.


>> No. 13168 Anonymous
12th August 2017
Saturday 8:38 pm
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Violent clashes have erupted between white nationalists attending a far-right march and counter-protesters in the US state of Virginia.


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>> No. 20378 Anonymous
4th October 2019
Friday 10:16 pm
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This does sound like me.

Doorman in this context would be more like a host, or maitre'd or even the bloke outside Harvey Nicks wot opens the door for people, rather than a bouncer. I've worked in places like that. I have also worked in a 'gastrobar' that had actual bouncers, but posh ones in suits.

I don't remember being rejected from my own establishment, nor have I ever had my name above the door, at least not in a literal sense, with a big sign or anything. Certainly if you googled my name you would find it linked to certain West Yorkshire establishments. Maybe that's what I meant, or I was just trying to impress everyone here by implying I owned the place.

I was also on a lot of drugs back then though, so it's entirely possible I've either forgotten the doorman story or made it up in a haze of coke after being turned away from a nightclub I had nothing to do with.

It does seem like it was definitely me dropping these clues though, unless there was another Leeds/Yorkshire based chef on here two or three years ago too, but I probably would have noticed that.
>> No. 20379 Anonymous
4th October 2019
Friday 10:18 pm
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I do remember the doorman thing. It was the pretentious posh bar/restaurant place, and the bloke was new. He wouldn't let me in, to go to work, and I kicked off. I think I showed him my knives, which probably didn't help, upon reflection.

I was likely off my tits too, so he was doing a good job by keeping people like me out.
>> No. 20380 Anonymous
4th October 2019
Friday 10:20 pm
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>I still have one foot in the business as the consultant work

Also known as putting as many black pudding towers into the Greene King menu range as possible.
>> No. 20381 Anonymous
4th October 2019
Friday 11:54 pm
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This genuinely reads like one of those Viz Drunken Baker comics.
>> No. 20382 Anonymous
4th October 2019
Friday 11:56 pm
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What sort of consultancy?

>> No. 20228 Anonymous
17th September 2019
Tuesday 6:31 am
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Couple reveal they are hiding the gender of their 17-month-old baby to protect them from 'unconscious bias' and didn't even tell the child's grandparents for nearly a year

A couple are refusing to reveal the sex of their 17-month-old baby to their close family because they want to protect them from 'unconscious gender bias'.

Hobbit Humphrey, 38, and Jake England-Johns, 35, who live on a houseboat in Keynsham, near Bath, said they are currently dressing 17-month-old Anoush in both boys and girls clothes.

The married couple, both members of the Extinction Rebellion climate action group, are also asking friends and family to address the toddler using the gender-neutral pronouns, 'they' and 'them'. One of the child's grandparents said they only found out the baby's gender after 11 months, when changing a nappy.

Ms Humphrey and Mr England-Johns appeared on BBC One's Inside Out last night to explain their decision was the only way to stop people treating their child differently based on gender. They said the baby, whose name was changed to Charlie in the programme, will be allowed to decide at a later age on its gender and preferred pronoun.


This is like a Daily Mail wet dream. A couple of middle class Extinction Rebellion crusties with names like Hobbit living on a houseboat deciding to name their child Ankush and raise it gender neutral. It's borderline parody; if someone said this article had been created by a machine where you input a bunch of nonsensical buzzwords and it churns out something semi-coherent then I'd believe you.

Seriously, lads. Try to create a premise that plausibly crams as many Daily Mail boogeymen into it as this.
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>> No. 20311 Anonymous
19th September 2019
Thursday 9:13 pm
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It is, I'm the otherlad.
>> No. 20312 Anonymous
19th September 2019
Thursday 11:07 pm
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I kind of feel like someone should formulate a Godwin-like law for people bringing up Breitbart in online conversations.
>> No. 20313 Anonymous
20th September 2019
Friday 1:44 am
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Agreed. Should probably be a wordfilter and instant ban.
>> No. 20314 Anonymous
20th September 2019
Friday 9:24 am
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I know, but the otherlad might be anotherlad also.
>> No. 20316 Anonymous
22nd September 2019
Sunday 10:48 am
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How about "Braveheart" as a word filter for it.

>> No. 19550 Anonymous
21st June 2019
Friday 6:23 am
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Trump Approves Strikes on Iran, but Then Abruptly Pulls Back

President Trump approved military strikes against Iran in retaliation for downing an American surveillance drone, but pulled back from launching them on Thursday night after a day of escalating tensions.

As late as 7 p.m., military and diplomatic officials were expecting a strike, after intense discussions and debate at the White House among the president’s top national security officials and congressional leaders, according to multiple senior administration officials involved in or briefed on the deliberations.

Officials said the president had initially approved attacks on a handful of Iranian targets, like radar and missile batteries. The operation was underway in its early stages when it was called off, a senior administration official said. Planes were in the air and ships were in position, but no missiles had been fired when word came to stand down, the official said.

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>> No. 20202 Anonymous
16th September 2019
Monday 5:55 pm
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Ha. Just waiting for the folks responsible for 9/11 to tell us who to bomb. The world's weird.
>> No. 20203 Anonymous
16th September 2019
Monday 6:32 pm
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>waiting on the Kingdom as to... what terms we would procede
He just copped to letting the House of fucking Saud set his military and diplomatic stance, incredible.
>> No. 20207 Anonymous
16th September 2019
Monday 8:06 pm
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It's just good customer service.
>> No. 20315 Anonymous
21st September 2019
Saturday 10:01 am
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Saudi Arabia oil attacks: US to send troops to Saudi Arabia

The US has announced plans to send forces to Saudi Arabia in the wake of attacks against the country's oil infrastructure. Secretary of Defence Mark Esper told reporters the deployment would be "defensive in nature". Total troop numbers have not yet been decided.

>> No. 20327 Anonymous
23rd September 2019
Monday 9:52 pm
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>> No. 20195 Anonymous
16th September 2019
Monday 1:25 pm
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This is just sounded so incredible I had to post it. According to this the NHS defines a 'never event' as mistakes "so serious they should never happen".

They happened 621 times in the past year.

I know the NHS is being failed, but fucking hell.

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>> No. 20238 Anonymous
17th September 2019
Tuesday 11:59 am
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> We have some sort of IT system for midwives called Badgernet.
Prolly a reference to an old joke about a pregnancy test.
>> No. 20242 Anonymous
17th September 2019
Tuesday 5:17 pm
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BadgerNet is software named and written by a private sector company.
>> No. 20243 Anonymous
17th September 2019
Tuesday 7:58 pm
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>The goal is that they never happen.
Unlike all those other, lesser mistakes that they are perfectly OK to let happen?
>> No. 20246 Anonymous
17th September 2019
Tuesday 8:18 pm
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Let's hope they don't make a mistake while removing that stick from your arse, eh lad?
>> No. 20248 Anonymous
17th September 2019
Tuesday 8:39 pm
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How do you still not understand this?

Have you not ever had a job with a company big enough to have HR and safety reporting?

>> No. 20099 Anonymous
11th September 2019
Wednesday 2:18 pm
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Fireman Sam axed by fire chiefs for being 'outdated' and not 'inclusive' enough

Fire chiefs have axed much-loved children’s TV character Fireman Sam for being “outdated” and not “inclusive” enough.

Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue Service dropped the 32-year-old character, who is white and male, from promotional material after residents complained he “doesn’t reflect the fire service today.” Fireman Sam will be replaced by three new characters created in-house: fire extinguisher shaped Freddy, Filbert and Penelope.

Les Britzman, the service's Chief Fire Officer, told Good Morning Britain he was trying to increase female recruitment to the service.


I don't give a fuck about 'PC gawn mad' or the hypocrisy of replacing one white male fireman mascot with another. I just want to draw your attention to the fact that the new mascot is PURE FUCKING NIGHTMARE FUEL.
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>> No. 20218 Anonymous
16th September 2019
Monday 10:55 pm
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I've heard some bizarre anti-Semitic conspiracy theories in my time, but the idea that the Jews have been plotting to replace a cartoon Welsh carpet-bagger with a boggle-eyed fire extinguisher takes the cake.
>> No. 20219 Anonymous
16th September 2019
Monday 11:00 pm
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Next time don't wait a whole day for me to bait the motherfucker out.
>> No. 20221 Anonymous
16th September 2019
Monday 11:16 pm
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It's almost as if that was the point.


Well, sorry, but you got the wrong guy. Don't pat yourself on the back so soon.

I fully expected a ban for a post like that, but steady on modlads. Can't you tell blatant facetiousness any more?
>> No. 20222 Anonymous
16th September 2019
Monday 11:45 pm
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1) A "permanent" ban is the easiest thing to click thanks to the mod UI, I asked about changing this a few times over the years but nothing came of it.
2) You got around it in minutes so who cares?
>> No. 20225 Anonymous
17th September 2019
Tuesday 12:54 am
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>A "permanent" ban is the easiest thing to click thanks to the mod UI

That feels intentional.

>> No. 19143 Anonymous
29th April 2019
Monday 10:14 pm
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Rape victims among those to be asked to hand phones to police

Victims of crimes, including those alleging rape, are to be asked to hand their phones over to police - or risk prosecutions not going ahead.

Consent forms asking for permission to access information including emails, messages and photographs have been rolled out in England and Wales. It comes after a number of rape and serious sexual assault cases collapsed when crucial evidence emerged.

Victim Support said the move could stop victims coming forward. But police and prosecutors say the forms can plug a gap in the law which says complainants and witnesses cannot be forced to disclose relevant content from phones, laptops, tablets or smart watches.

Director of Public Prosecutions Max Hill said such digital information would only be looked at where it forms a "reasonable" line of inquiry, with material going before a court only if it meets stringent rules.


This seems like a worrying turn of events and the unintended consequence of the political pressure to increase the number of rape convictions spearheaded by Alison Saunders.
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>> No. 20173 Anonymous
13th September 2019
Friday 5:28 pm
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>> No. 20174 Anonymous
13th September 2019
Friday 5:45 pm
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So if a bird sodomises someone with a strap-on, it's not rape? If a bloke bum fucks you, it's not rape?

Blimey, you learn something new every day. I think we need a hashtag to sort this injustice out.
>> No. 20175 Anonymous
13th September 2019
Friday 5:48 pm
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Reading comprehension not your strong point, is it?
>> No. 20176 Anonymous
13th September 2019
Friday 5:53 pm
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>Blimey, you learn something new every day

With the exception of the lads who make all those bold claims in the first place.
>> No. 20177 Anonymous
13th September 2019
Friday 11:32 pm
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It should be noted that my post was intended to express shock and surprise, not disagreement or smart-arsery.


Not sure what claims you're on about.

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>> No. 19039 Anonymous
15th April 2019
Monday 10:15 pm
19039 Notre Dame cathedral ablaze
Very sad news. It's home to many priceless artefacts and artworks, including woodwork that dates to the 13th century. It's believed to have started due to the current construction work.

If there's one small, silver lining, it's that we'll probably take extra precautions when renovating the House of Commons.
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>> No. 19090 Anonymous
21st April 2019
Sunday 11:47 am
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This plays into US politics they have a hard on for the preservation and promotion of Christian culture and values above and beyond the normal historical value that this gives them a chance to exercise. It is an easy win for him.
>> No. 19091 Anonymous
21st April 2019
Sunday 11:50 am
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I think otherlad meant Macron rather than Trump when he said President Frog.
>> No. 19092 Anonymous
21st April 2019
Sunday 12:23 pm
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Ah the president OF the frogs, not the president of the frog meme. Gotcha
>> No. 19093 Anonymous
21st April 2019
Sunday 12:52 pm
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You might want to think about taking the night off.
>> No. 20084 Anonymous
31st August 2019
Saturday 12:21 pm
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I assume this is the same shop. It's nice how they've allowed a greater deal of light and focus onto the remaining Notre Dame. The plain white seems a little too much though - perhaps theywanted not to detract from the Cathedral but it just looks out of place.

>> No. 19666 Anonymous
14th July 2019
Sunday 10:33 am
19666 "Recession Soon"

Here's Mark Carney talking about the likelihood of another recession, I make this thread because a couple of weeks ago I posted "recession soon" in another thread, but frankly that wasn't definitive enough. This thread is my declaration that the world's going to belly flop into economic oblivion very shortly, I'm sure of it.
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>> No. 19682 Anonymous
15th July 2019
Monday 1:01 am
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How do I skip this shit bit and get back on in the post-scarcity era?
>> No. 19683 Anonymous
15th July 2019
Monday 2:39 am
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I think the devs made this cutscene unskippable.
>> No. 19685 Anonymous
15th July 2019
Monday 10:45 am
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Time to uninstall.
>> No. 19934 Anonymous
9th August 2019
Friday 5:40 pm
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Told you.
>> No. 19935 Anonymous
9th August 2019
Friday 5:59 pm
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The world's richest countries temporarily defied their trend of always growing increasingly richer? That's your idea of doomsday?

>> No. 19851 Anonymous
4th August 2019
Sunday 12:57 pm
19851 Flyboarding Frenchman crosses English Channel

Mr Zapata, 40, took off from Sangatte, near Calais, at 06:17 GMT on Sunday and landed in St Margaret's Bay in Dover.

The invention, powered by a kerosene-filled backpack, made the 22-mile (35.4-km) journey in 22 minutes.

Mr Zapata, a former jet-ski champion, had failed in his first attempt to cross the Channel on 25 July after complications with refuelling.

"We made a machine three years ago... and now we've crossed the Channel, it's crazy," he told reporters, before breaking into tears.

"Whether this is a historic event or not, I'm not the one to decide that, time will tell," he added.
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>> No. 19895 Anonymous
5th August 2019
Monday 12:23 pm
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One litre is always defined as 1000 cc, regardless of units of weight measurement. Water having a density of approximately 1 is just a coincidence.

Also, it's more a rule of thumb that water's density is 1. It's accurate enough for most calculations by and large, but the real figure for water at standard atmospheric conditions is closer to around 0.997 g/cc. And the litre as a unit of volume was not derived from the volume of 1 kg of water, but from the metre's definition of being the precise distance that a beam of light travels in a vacuum in 1/299 792 458 of a second (originally it was assumed to be one ten-millionth the distance from the Equator to the North Pole).

It gets slightly more complicated when you also factor in that water's density on Earth is only what it is because of the specific mix of protium and deuterium hydrogen atoms contained in it. It might be different on other planets where the protium-deuterium relation in the local water is different. Deuterium-enriched water here on Earth is known as heavy water, with a density of around 1.107 g/cc, and it's what is used in some reactor designs of nuclear power stations.
>> No. 19923 Anonymous
9th August 2019
Friday 1:33 am
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>>19895 Isn't water literally the basis for the metric system? It's not coincidence at all.
>> No. 19926 Anonymous
9th August 2019
Friday 2:07 am
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>Water having a density of approximately 1 is just a coincidence.
No, it was by definition. The small difference is a combination of better control of standard conditions and the drift in the IPK.
>> No. 19929 Anonymous
9th August 2019
Friday 3:08 am
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The original definition was based on the volume of a kilogram of water, but the current definition is fixed at 1000 cm^3 and has no relation to water.
>> No. 19930 Anonymous
9th August 2019
Friday 3:11 am
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Yes. You see that "was" in the past tense, right? You know what that means, yeah?

>> No. 19830 Anonymous
3rd August 2019
Saturday 7:48 pm
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Spanish scientists create human-monkey chimera in China

Researchers led by Spanish scientist Juan Carlos Izpisúa have created for the first time a human-monkey hybrid in a laboratory in China – an important step towards using animals for human organ transplants, project collaborator Estrella Núñez confirmed to EL PAÍS.

The team, made up of members of the Salk Institute in the United States and the Murcia Catholic University (UCAM) in Spain, genetically modified monkey embryos to deactivate genes that are essential to the formation of organs. The scientists then injected human stem cells, which are capable of creating any type of tissue, into the embryo. The product of this work is a monkey with human cells that has not been born, because researchers stopped the process. The experiment took place in China to avoid legal issues


I, for one, welcome our monkey-human overlords.
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>> No. 19833 Anonymous
3rd August 2019
Saturday 10:48 pm
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Well I'll be a monkey's uncle.
>> No. 19834 Anonymous
3rd August 2019
Saturday 11:00 pm
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>The problem with them is that they're on record.
No, they're not. Public announcements of death sentences and executions are the exception rather than the norm. The exact numbers are considered to be state secrets. Throw in tight controls on information, and the fact that the executions themselves are carried out behind closed doors, and it would be easy to force someone into medical experimentation without anyone knowing. As far as family or fellow inmates are concerned, they were taken away and executed, and their remains disposed of.
>> No. 19835 Anonymous
3rd August 2019
Saturday 11:31 pm
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China is the only developed country on earth with no waiting list for organ transplants.
>> No. 19836 Anonymous
4th August 2019
Sunday 12:02 am
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The ones in China aren't been kept alive long enough to grow organs. In Japan they're going to try and grow mice-human organs.

>> No. 19837 Anonymous
4th August 2019
Sunday 12:06 am
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Golly, I suppose those folks in Old Cathay are just so civic minded they don't mind handing them over once they're gone.

>> No. 19693 Anonymous
17th July 2019
Wednesday 12:36 pm
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Govia Thameslink fined £1m over Gatwick Express window death

A rail firm has been fined £1m after a man died leaning out of a train window. Simon Brown, 24, was killed when he hit his head on a steel gantry on the side of the track while on the Gatwick Express in London in August 2016.

In May, Govia Thameslink Railway admitted a health and safety breach because a sign saying not to lean out was not displayed clearly enough.


I can see why the rest of Europe takes the piss out of us for having signs everywhere infantilising us. Fined because someone is stupid enough to stick their head out of a train window, fuck me.
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>> No. 19731 Anonymous
19th July 2019
Friday 4:04 pm
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Hey, that train, I get that train all the time.
>> No. 19732 Anonymous
19th July 2019
Friday 4:34 pm
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That train gets you, too. Really gets you.
>> No. 19733 Anonymous
19th July 2019
Friday 5:00 pm
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No one gets me that's why I'm like this.
>> No. 19734 Anonymous
19th July 2019
Friday 5:16 pm
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Sounds like you've gone off the rails.
>> No. 19735 Anonymous
19th July 2019
Friday 5:31 pm
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Just get a siding already.

>> No. 17017 Anonymous
23rd December 2018
Sunday 1:16 am
17017 drones over Gatwick
(to stop us continuing to fag up the /101/ thread)

It is really starting to sound like they've arrested the wrong people.
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>> No. 19661 Anonymous
12th July 2019
Friday 11:57 pm
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Trying to work out if $500 would get me a nicer kit of parts elsewhere, though, or if NXP are subsidising it a bit.
I've got a couple of toy ones, fancy something a bit bigger and more stable to dick about with.
>> No. 19662 Anonymous
13th July 2019
Saturday 1:54 am
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That's designed for semi-autonomous or fully-autonomous use; if you just want to fly by remote control, there are cheaper and better options. Maybe something like a Diatone M540 and an FrSky Q X7 would suit.
>> No. 19663 Anonymous
13th July 2019
Saturday 7:02 am
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>>19662 Nah, it's the autonomy I want. I like building 'bots, and fancy something that flies. Although I ought to stop dicking about and build an apple-clearing-up bot before the season really starts. I hate picking up apples...
>> No. 19664 Anonymous
13th July 2019
Saturday 8:52 am
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I just got back from seeing Spiderman Far from Home and that's quite frightening.
>> No. 19665 Anonymous
13th July 2019
Saturday 10:51 am
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>FrSky Q X7

I have one of these for my drones, they're excellent value, and very fixable/customisable.

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