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>> No. 413694 Anonymous
17th November 2017
Friday 5:40 pm
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Weekend thread? Weekend thread.
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>> No. 413838 Anonymous
24th November 2017
Friday 1:05 am
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>who pissed in Daisy Ridley's arse.
Presumably the answer is everyone, because who wouldn't?
>> No. 413840 Anonymous
24th November 2017
Friday 9:13 am
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And once again I wish I was dead.
>> No. 413842 Anonymous
24th November 2017
Friday 1:09 pm
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My car is in the shop. It needs all new brake discs and pads in the front. They also strongly recommended changing the brake fluid, as their brake fluid testing device showed three red lights. They also told me on the phone that my wishbones will need changing soon. It's the bushes that are worn out, but they told me it's cheaper to mount all new wishbones than the amount of time it would take to just change the bushes.

The brakes alone are going to cost over 300 quid. Just what I need right before Christmas.
>> No. 413847 Anonymous
24th November 2017
Friday 4:52 pm
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I think they saw you coming.
>> No. 413857 Anonymous
24th November 2017
Friday 6:18 pm
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Are they by any chance brake and/or suspension specialists?


>> No. 413763 Anonymous
21st November 2017
Tuesday 3:10 pm
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Cheese and toasted?
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>> No. 413852 Anonymous
24th November 2017
Friday 5:50 pm
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Stop blowing your money on cheapish pizza. Then you'll have money for fags and beer.
>> No. 413853 Anonymous
24th November 2017
Friday 6:01 pm
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It's all a matter of your priorities in life, lad.
>> No. 413854 Anonymous
24th November 2017
Friday 6:08 pm
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Stop smoking and eating pizza. Then you'll get more money for blowing drunks. Or something.
>> No. 413855 Anonymous
24th November 2017
Friday 6:08 pm
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I honestly can't think of many things blander than spending £10 on a takeaway pizza from a mass market chain like Domino's or Pizza Hut. Presumably it's what you treat yourself to to top off your beige Saturday night in, tucking in whilst you sit under a blanket with Casualty on in the background and you discuss with your wife, Sharon, which owl decorations and twigs in vases would really complement the shades of off-white you're deliberating painting your living room. Heck, you may even live a little and push the boat out and go to a Toby Carvery for your Sunday lunch the day after if you're feeling reckless.

Fuck's sake, lad. Buy a decent pizza stone and learn to make a pizza yourself if you're going to make yourself out to be the last of the big spenders for splashing out a whole tenner on a box of lukewarm diarrhea. Buy a pizza stone. It's a piece of piss to make a decent sauce and dough.
>> No. 413856 Anonymous
24th November 2017
Friday 6:17 pm
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You sound like the sort of person who makes their own guacamole using peas.


>> No. 22070 Anonymous
12th March 2017
Sunday 2:08 am
/e/22070 PS3 emulation

It's a work in progress and you'd need a few grand's worth of kit just to get it vaguely playable right now, but it's bloody impressive work. I didn't think we'd see PS3 emulation for a long time, if at all.
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>> No. 22105 Anonymous
2nd April 2017
Sunday 7:09 pm
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Do you have the first clue about anything you are talking about? No I haven't bothered to use Debian or Ubuntu because RPMs are used by Centos. And maybe if you're a manager who spends more time writing fspecs than actual code finding the shift key might be a challenge but for a developer it's a well-learned action.
>> No. 22109 Anonymous
3rd April 2017
Monday 1:26 pm
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I agree with you, I think DS2 is definitely the best of the Souls series. I enjoyed the wide variety of locations, even if the geography made very little sense compared to 1 and 3. The DLC was great too, and the enhanced version's changes to enemy placements did a good job of keeping the game feeling fresh.
>> No. 22110 Anonymous
8th April 2017
Saturday 2:51 am
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Before I played it I'd heard a lot of shit talking about the scenery not making sense, but with one exception (that elevator) it seems fine to me, if a bit uninspired at times. Again, though, my spatial awareness is terrible, so maybe for people who aren't so useless it's really annoying.

SotFS is a pretty good addition, there was plenty of cynicism about it being a cheap cash-in, re-releasing a game a year after it came out, but these days you can pick it up for next to nothing and it's got a ridiculous amount of content with the DLCs included. I'm in two minds about the DLCs - they're a lot tighter in design, but they're also irritatingly hard in places. I'm also not a huge fan of the increased mob sizes for the reasons previously mentioned, but overall it's got enough improvements that I can't complain. I do love fighting the Pursuer and he pops up all over the shop in SotFS. Fuck fighting the Ancient Dragon, though; nothing makes me feel like a heroic adventurer more than battering a dragon's big toe for ten minutes until it falls over. Honestly don't know what they were thinking with that one. The last boss encounter is kind of so-so as well, especially if you're a melee build.

That all sounds a bit negative, but again, for the moment to moment feel of the game I think DS2 takes it. The combat is great.
>> No. 22111 Anonymous
8th April 2017
Saturday 2:58 am
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Bloody hell, forgot why I came here. Anyone got the new DLC for DS3? I've avoided all spoilers but the only character I've got is on NG+++ so I'm getting killed in one or two hits and it's starting to grate on my nerves. Not sure if it's worth starting a new character for right now, might leave it for a year or so when I'm feeling in the mood to return.
>> No. 22232 Anonymous
24th November 2017
Friday 5:57 pm
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I was thinking about playing the DLC for DS1 and DS3. Haven't played it though. Honestly, I felt a bit underwhelmed with the game. A lot of repeated stuff from the first one and the end boss felt extremely similar to Gwyn. 3 also felt a lot, easier, I guess. Or maybe I'm jusy used to first one. Everything just flinched all the time, the enemies in DS1 seemed a lot more stoic and rhythm based, DS3 the felt a bit more flimsy.

I've only played through DS1 and DS3, might actually just buy DS2 on PC instead going of some of the comments here. Managed to dodge that one somehow.


>> No. 11675 Anonymous
23rd November 2017
Thursday 10:15 am
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Isn't this against the equality act?

>This internship is only open to candidates from a black, Asian or non-white ethnic minority background.
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>> No. 11683 Anonymous
23rd November 2017
Thursday 7:14 pm
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I felt like his post was, deliberately intended or not, exactly the kind of catalyst to start a cunt off. It is Ironic process theory 101 here particularly when it is phrased in a confrontational manner like it was.
>> No. 11684 Anonymous
23rd November 2017
Thursday 7:59 pm
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Good thing I'm black. Thanks for posting OP.
>> No. 11686 Anonymous
24th November 2017
Friday 12:34 am
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Christ, I'm getting too old for this shit.
>> No. 11691 Anonymous
24th November 2017
Friday 3:12 pm
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It's weird, but the internship comes from Creative Access. They're an organisation 'dedicated to recruiting BAME talent in the creative industries', by working with companies to let them give out internships.

I guess, working all that through, it becomes a requirement of that internship to be non-white. Being white and taking it, from the limited pool of internships available, would genuinely be of no use whatsoever to Creative Access.
>> No. 11695 Anonymous
24th November 2017
Friday 4:56 pm
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Also, as you'd expect from an organisation trying to get people from disadvantaged backgrounds into an industry where they're under-represented, they're paid internships, at a rate of at least the local living wage, and the money is classified as a "training allowance" so it isn't taxable.


>> No. 11347 Anonymous
7th June 2017
Wednesday 3:32 pm
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I hate the place I work, I don't interact with my colleagues, nobody knows who I am and I'm not interested in knowing them, the guy I primarily work with is an utter cunt and I hate him. I don't like what I do (quality engineering, non software), it's dull and I don't feel like I contribute to anything. I hate where I live, it's an utter shithole and I don't know anyone here. All my m8s are in London and I've had the most forgettable year of my life, I just go to work then come home and masturbate I don't speak to anyone outside of work and barely anyone inside it. The only job with a salary higher than what I I've got now (which is enough but not impressive, 24k) which I've been approached about is basically the same role as I have now but in somewhere different and equally unappealing. Jobsites only list business development, recruitment, sales or IT, none of which I have an interest in or am qualified to do. I don't have any hard skills, I'm not an engineer. I feel trapped and I hate the situation.
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>> No. 11689 Anonymous
24th November 2017
Friday 1:16 am
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You can't post Goodbye and fuck off, I'm not having it. Lets have a chat. I'm here, we have IRC if you want to talk anon. I won't patronise you, I'll just listen to what the situation is.
>> No. 11690 Anonymous
24th November 2017
Friday 11:28 am
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You say goodbye and I say hello.
>> No. 11692 Anonymous
24th November 2017
Friday 3:59 pm
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my car broke down on my way to my date with destiny
>> No. 11693 Anonymous
24th November 2017
Friday 4:38 pm
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Couldn't you have got him to pick you up in his Ford Focus RS?
>> No. 11694 Anonymous
24th November 2017
Friday 4:44 pm
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It was perfect is all honesty. Brake failure.


>> No. 59061 Billbob
24th November 2017
Friday 3:15 am
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>> No. 59063 R4GE
24th November 2017
Friday 3:29 am
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>> No. 21874 Anonymous
30th October 2017
Monday 5:18 pm
/v/21874 Youtube Recommendations
The other thread got me wondering about what youtube channels you lads can recommend. Topic can be anything, just what you find to be good and interesting to watch.

>Issac Arthur
I posted one of his videos awhile ago but it's well worth repeating. Every Thursday he does a really interesting and in-depth look at science and futurism concepts and does a really good job of explaining them simply but also covering the unnoticed drawbacks and benefits.

He has kind of gone to shit over the past few months but this is still a good channel for basic electrical engineering fun.

>Tom Scott
Mostly for his 'Things You Might Not Know' series. He goes over some pretty interesting things that you might never notice but are all around us.

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>> No. 21911 Anonymous
9th November 2017
Thursday 1:31 am
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Just came across these channels

> LockPickingLawyer

> BosnianBill

For a nice lock-autist diversion.
>> No. 21920 Anonymous
17th November 2017
Friday 4:48 am
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>Tom Scott
I always presumed I liked him I really liked I remember being amused by his welcome to life video years ago, but I keep on finding videos of him explaining that there are exceptions to a rule that he presents really badly.

They all go the exact same way

"This is a thing that is understood by this quite simple concept but there is an exception to the rule, but then there is another exception to the rule, but then there is THIS exception to the rule, but then all that is fine, but there is an exception to the rule, and once you've understood all that there is an exception to the rule, so in conclusion it is this but then there is an exception to the rule."
None of the exceptions seemed that hard to wrap my head around, in fact he has done it for fields I've worked in, but his presentation is as if he were revealing some daunting truth that you should never even bother trying to understand in the first place like niche knowledge were some sort of elder god that must not be disturbed from it's slumber at any cost. This is a prime example

I think my problem is I don't like it when authors repeatedly produce video essays that follows the same structure, it feels like he went out of his way to try make the thing sound more complicated and dramatic just because that is the way he puts on a performance. I think his style actually discourages learning, as he makes things sound like these things are too intimidating to even try.
>> No. 21921 Anonymous
17th November 2017
Friday 8:53 am
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As a software developer, I can tell you that he understated the difficulty and complexity of handling time zones. They're one of the trickiest problems in distributed database systems and have caused horrendously expensive bugs. The weirdness of how humans keep track of time has some really nasty interactions with the PACELC theorem. Like crypto, it's something that 99.9% of developers should never handle themselves, because it's just too easy to fuck up.

Most of Tom Scott's videos on his own channel don't fit the template that you described. He mostly talks about cool research infrastructure (Built for Science) or quirky little bits of trivia (Things You Might Not Know).

I think his overall message is really positive. Science and technology is often presented in a really dry, didactic way, but he shows that it's full of unexpected surprises. He shows that science isn't a body of knowledge guarded by an elite, but a dynamic system of exploration and discovery.
>> No. 21922 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 12:11 pm
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>Primitive Technology
Ever wondered how the ancients made tools? Very cathartic with no dialogue/bullshit.

They explain computing concepts in an accessible way.


Explains how machines work. Similar to Computerphile.

Retro gaming for adults.

>CPG Grey
I know some of you don't like him because of his mistakes in videos but I think on the whole it's quite informative/interesting.
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>> No. 21923 Anonymous
24th November 2017
Friday 3:15 am
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>CPG Grey
>I know some of you don't like him because of his mistakes in videos but I think on the whole it's quite informative/interesting.

It feels a lot to me like he reads a single book on a subject and then tries giving a lecture on it. Which inevitably leads to pitfalls.


>> No. 13850 Anonymous
5th November 2017
Sunday 6:35 pm
/news/13850 Paradise Papers

>The details come from a leak of 13.4m files that expose the global environments in which tax abuses can thrive – and the complex and seemingly artificial ways the wealthiest corporations can legally protect their wealth.

>Millions of pounds from the Queen’s private estate has been invested in a Cayman Islands fund – and some of her money went to a retailer accused of exploiting poor families and vulnerable people.

>Extensive offshore dealings by Donald Trump’s cabinet members, advisers and donors, including substantial payments from a firm co-owned by Vladimir Putin’s son-in-law to the shipping group of the US commerce secretary, Wilbur Ross.

Deja vu, anyone?
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>> No. 14062 Anonymous
23rd November 2017
Thursday 3:21 pm
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Sounds like the government don't get it, either.

Correct me if I'm wrong...but aren't people filing for bankruptcy likely to have no money? Do you have to have an income to do it?
>> No. 14063 Anonymous
23rd November 2017
Thursday 4:50 pm
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Respectable people are dead broke long before they run out of their last £500 of credit, which as was just pointed out would be written off anyway.
>> No. 14064 Anonymous
23rd November 2017
Thursday 4:58 pm
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What do you mean? Surely 'dead broke' means 'no money', right?

If you're bankrupt when you're down to your last grand in the current account then I was bankrupt for most of my early twenties.
>> No. 14065 Anonymous
23rd November 2017
Thursday 6:40 pm
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> it's a creditor's own stupid fault if they lent money to someone who can't afford to repay it

Quite, and the great-great-great uncle in question here was apparently not stupid, didn't give out unsecured loans, and thus got very rich.

Cunts like Wonga are giving out unsecured loans because it's for petty amounts to people who likely have nothing worth repossessing anyway. They'd have you sign over your firstborn for indentured servitude as collateral if they could get away with it.
>> No. 14066 Anonymous
23rd November 2017
Thursday 11:15 pm
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So I asked my grandparents again about my loan shark ancestor. If £1m in early 1900s money was £80 in today's money, then surely that can't be. Although he got some starting capital from his forebears, you don't just amass personal wealth the size of a major company's balance sheet in the short time until your death at age 28ish. Unless you're Mark Zuckerberg. But oh well.

So my grandparents did say that that money would be worth around one million in today's money, not early 1900s. So we're talking about liquid assets of some £12,000 to £13,000 in 1915. Still, together with the land that was sold off subsequently by later generations, nobody in the family starved.

>and the great-great-great uncle in question here was apparently not stupid, didn't give out unsecured loans, and thus got very rich.

Nobody who will give you a sizeable amount of money will do so without collateral. Even if you want to buy a car for £10K, somewhere in the loan agreement, it will say that if you default on your payments, the bank has the right to take possession of that car and have it sold off to cover your debt.

My great-great-great-uncle's stroke of luck came with a slump in land prices in the early-early 1900s. The more that the price for land was slipping, the more land he could take as collateral. And haggle the price down even further, because there were no buyers in that tight market. And then sell the land for a higher price as the market was recovering, but not only that, he had also leased land back to farmers in between acquiring it and selling it, so he was making money off them doubly.


>> No. 413021 Anonymous
29th September 2017
Friday 3:14 pm
/b/413021 weekend thread
So how are you lads? Got anything planned for this weekend?

I will be going mushroom hunting tomorrow
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>> No. 413822 Anonymous
23rd November 2017
Thursday 8:13 pm
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You are just saying that because the antagonist was English.
>> No. 413827 Anonymous
23rd November 2017
Thursday 9:09 pm
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No, I think David Thewlis is a brilliant actor.

But he, too, played a character that was just neither here nor there. V. M Varga had a similar cold-blooded "fucking with people" streak as Lorne Malvo, but it was hampered by the series' general obtuseness.

The creators of the show said a few months ago that there may never be another series. I think they were beginning to realise that there are only so many ways you can skin a cat. The concept of Fargo as a crime anthology series was coming apart at the seams in series three, and they were beginning to realise it. Rather than letting a fourth series end in disaster, poor ratings and a panning from the critics, like True Crime did only after its second series, they have decided to pull the plug. And so we're now left with two highly watchable series, and a third series that you can probably only really stomach as a true Coen Brothers fan. And it's best to leave it at that, and not push your luck with a fourth series.
>> No. 413830 Anonymous
23rd November 2017
Thursday 10:50 pm
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Thought the whole thing was shite. Maybe because I loved the movie. The series (I only bothered to watch the first half of 1) was too cartoonish for me.
>> No. 413831 Anonymous
23rd November 2017
Thursday 10:54 pm
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>The series (I only bothered to watch the first half of 1) was too cartoonish for me.

You should have stuck with it. As a whole, series 1 was really well done. Maybe give it another try.
>> No. 413837 Anonymous
24th November 2017
Friday 12:51 am
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I didn't like the second series.


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>> No. 10890 Anonymous
16th November 2017
Thursday 10:06 am
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What's some good music to listen to whilst running?

Something that will keep me pumped when I want to stop the torture.
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>> No. 10910 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 10:37 pm
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And what's more Disney actually makes Eurobeat songs in house. So there are Eurobeat versions of all of your favourite songs!
>> No. 10911 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 11:46 pm
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....what the fuck? Japan is a truly unfathomable place.
>> No. 10912 Anonymous
23rd November 2017
Thursday 10:54 am
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This is fucking beautifully bizarre, what a rabbit hole to fall down.
>> No. 10913 Anonymous
23rd November 2017
Thursday 11:16 am
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Disney actually has quite an impressive output in multiple genres. I guess they have no shortage of musicians willing to appear on their compilation albums.

Although it's obvious when they get somewhat successful names in they tend to phone it in. The Bare Necessities Quintet is a better example of jazz covers:[/spoiler]
>> No. 10914 Anonymous
23rd November 2017
Thursday 8:59 pm
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Why not download the Zombies, Run app


>> No. 1795 Anonymous
27th May 2011
Friday 6:32 pm
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ITT: Workplace annoyances.

I'll get the ball rolling - having to bring in pastries on your birthday. I know it's cheaper if people bring their own in on their birthday instead of chipping in every time someone in the office has a birthday, but it's still fucking annoying having to fork out on your birthday.
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>> No. 11654 Anonymous
31st October 2017
Tuesday 8:10 pm
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Colleague: "My computers not working properly/is slow/etc."
Me: "If you look in the phone directory, there's a number for a company we pay to fix our computers."
Colleague - 5 minutes later after doing absolutely nothing: "It's still not working."
>> No. 11658 Anonymous
1st November 2017
Wednesday 7:13 pm
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My team lead had the temerity to criticise me for browsing the web in the office while he's basically refusing to do parts of his own job. His manager's head is stuck in the clouds so naturally nothing will come of this either way.
>> No. 11659 Anonymous
1st November 2017
Wednesday 8:00 pm
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How is he employed if he doesn't do his job? You should take lessons from him.
>> No. 11660 Anonymous
1st November 2017
Wednesday 8:26 pm
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That's the public sector for you.
>> No. 11685 Anonymous
23rd November 2017
Thursday 8:48 pm
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"Hey anon can you do Task 1, it is very imporatant that we get it done as quickly as possible?"

"Okay, but I'm already doing important job A which has to be done as soon as I can, which one should I prioritise?"


Bonus Content:

"Can you make x?"

"It'll take 2 hours"

*condecending look* "You can do it in 1."

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>> No. 26118 Anonymous
11th October 2017
Wednesday 5:47 pm
/g/26118 Phone issues.
Any lads in here that are good with phones? My note 4 crashed and I got this come up. been like it for over an hour now. Other than getting a new/secondhand phone anyone got any clue what it's doing?
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>> No. 26219 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 8:46 pm
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If you flash anything over anything you'll lose anything you don't have backed up.
>> No. 26220 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 9:17 pm
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So I'll only lose custom recovery then? Not my data or apps, which I think are in user?
>> No. 26221 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 10:49 pm
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Not him but I think the term 'flashing' refers to formatting a flash drive, and you know what happens to the data when you format a drive, right?
>> No. 26222 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 11:29 pm
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The flash memory is partitioned into different areas.

It depends on what you're flashing. IIRC flashing stock images tends to reformat & wipe everything, but going to custom firmware often preserves things. Depends on what the upgrade script written in the image does.

Stock recovery... I dunno, I'm less confident that would wipe everything. I think recovery is a separate 'partition', so it'd *probably* be okay...

If your TWRP is still functional, I'd use the backup functionality if I were you to take a complete copy of your flash memory before you start. Just get everything backed up before you start; better to be safe than sorry.
>> No. 26223 Anonymous
23rd November 2017
Thursday 7:21 pm
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I think we all seem to be talking about different things.

>>26219 seems to be referring to flashing stock over custom ROM

>>26222 seems to be referring to dirty flash

I will of course do a nandroid back up before fucking around. Just to be clear I'm on rooted stock android, and I want to go back to stock.


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>> ID: 9d9283 No. 14329 Anonymous
23rd August 2017
Wednesday 8:43 pm

ID: 9d9283
/shed/14329 Hosting issues
AWS are having issues this evening - the site is fine per se, but you might well see connectivity issues over the next hour.

Try not to be alarmed lads.
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>> ID: 4260c9 No. 14343 Anonymous
6th September 2017
Wednesday 10:43 pm

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I love places like that and have a real passion for proper, old, gas holders. The ones in Kings Cross used to be a particular favourite of mine.
>> ID: 4950d9 No. 14354 Anonymous
21st November 2017
Tuesday 9:22 pm

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Couldn't access the site a couple of hours ago, what was going on? Got 403 forbiddens and a default 'Apache has been installed' page.
>> ID: 2f28fe No. 14355 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 5:55 pm

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Hmm. Weird.
>> ID: e0271d No. 14356 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 10:42 pm

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I'm currently on holiday in the Canaries. Just now when I try to access the site over my hotel's WiFi, I get the above problems. But when I switch to mobile data, the site is fine.
>> ID: 1c3d9b No. 14357 Anonymous
23rd November 2017
Thursday 6:59 pm

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This happens a lot to me also, depending what WiFi I'm on when I'm out and about. My guess would be some kind of DNS issue but it's a bit hard to verify that on a phone.


>> No. 17227 Anonymous
6th November 2013
Wednesday 10:41 am
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I bought the worms bundle twice absent mindedly so here are the extra keys .gs

Superfrog HD
Worms Blast
Worms Crazy Golf
Worms Ultimate Mayhem
Worms Armageddon
Worms Pinball

One each, that means you bikethief and stickyfingerslad. is Batman GOTY editions and FEAR.
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>> No. 22227 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 1:00 pm
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>> No. 22228 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 5:19 pm
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I can't believe I'm posting this again, but does anyone want a copy of Tomb Raider on Steam? The reboot. It has been sitting in my Steam inventory for 2 years, it's maddening. Why does no one want it?!
>> No. 22229 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 5:33 pm
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I've had HL2 sitting around almost since it was new. I don't remember where it came from. Nobody seems interested.
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22nd November 2017
Wednesday 7:12 pm
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You were already an owner of HL2 when you bought The Orange Box?
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22nd November 2017
Wednesday 9:46 pm
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That makes sense.


>> No. 83754 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 5:57 pm
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Philip Hammond effectively ended austerity today with a £25billion Budget splurge that abolished stamp duty for most first time buyers and pumped £3billion into preparing for Brexit.

The Chancellor ditched his 'Spreadsheet Phil' reputation for tight money management as he fought to save his job - turning on the spending taps to meet a bewildering array of challenges.

Despite the OBR fiscal watchdog slashing growth forecasts, Mr Hammond ploughed £2.8billion more into the NHS, £1.5billion into heading off anger about the new Universal Credit rollout, and paved the way for significant public sector pay rises.

You heard the news, lads? Freewheelin' Phil has saved the day! Austerity is over!


>> No. 9430 Anonymous
26th January 2016
Tuesday 10:09 pm
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Huddersfield charity shop finally says goodbye to a shutter which lasted 26 years

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. 13847 Anonymous
1st November 2017
Wednesday 7:26 pm
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Ayyy lmao
>> No. 13848 Anonymous
2nd November 2017
Thursday 9:19 am
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How awful. It's like Russian before the reform.

Would it really benefit them to align themselves with Latin alphabet Turkic countries rather than the surrounding Cyrillic-using Turkic countries (plus Russia and Mongolia)?
>> No. 13849 Anonymous
5th November 2017
Sunday 10:33 am
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>A panicked pensioner in Germany called the police after discovering what he believed was an unexploded Second World War bomb in his garden, but when officers rushed to the scene they instead discovered a particularly large courgette.
>> No. 14043 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 1:13 am
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Callously unemotional captions bring me joy.
>> No. 14049 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 5:50 pm
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>A LORRY driver has been caught on CCTV chucking what looks like his own faeces over the fence of a Winsford business.

>Mark Lymer, director Newbury Data Recording Ltd, said: “We see so many bags of excrement and urine on the industrial estate.

>Verhoek Europe spokesman, Harry de Graaf, said: “We deeply regret what happened, needless to say we do not approve any type of this behaviour.


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22nd November 2017
Wednesday 5:47 pm


>> No. 2340 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 11:07 am
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I have a teapot I want to use but the spout is chipped, exposing the ceramic beneath the glaze. Is there an epoxy or something that would be suitable to seal it with?

Something non-toxic that can survive being repeatedly exposed to near boiling temperature liquid.
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>> No. 2341 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 2:45 pm
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A thin smear of pretty much any 2-part epoxy should do this fine. You might want to dry the teapot out in the oven first - a few hourst at 120oC or so should help.
If you're keen, you could build the damaged part back up - if your teapot is black (like any self respecting teapot) then JB-weld is a black metal-loaded epoxy that might do what you want. Build a dam around where you want it out of sellotape. Post a pic if you want actual useful advice.
Me, I'd just leave it, as long as it still pours OK. Unless you're particularly sickly, nothing bad's going to live on a bit of pottery, especially if it's hosed down with tea.
>> No. 2342 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 2:53 pm
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It's a sort of off-white colour. The spout is pretty fucked, but it never did pour very well to begin with. I'll have a go with some standard epoxy if you think that's safe then, cheers.
>> No. 2343 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 5:39 pm
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Most epoxies aren't officially rated as food-safe, but they're fine if they're properly mixed, allowed to cure fully and thoroughly washed before use.

Epoxies are naturally clear with a slight yellowish tint, but they can be mixed with pigments if desired. They're also sandable, if you need to smooth off any rough edges.


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>> No. 4378 Anonymous
21st November 2017
Tuesday 9:25 pm
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R8 my rep scheme.

5, 10, 15, 20, 1 min rest between sets.

Same weight for all sets. The first 3 sets serve as a pre-exhaustion for the final set.

You can create other schemes with a different base number. E.g. 3, 6, 9, 12 or 2, 4, 6, 8.
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>> No. 4389 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 12:52 pm
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It's a type of cumulative fatigue training.
>> No. 4390 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 2:26 pm
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That is just a series of unrelated words with no real meaning. All fatigue is cumulative. In any case, why would you possibly think that inducing fatigue , per se, is particularly beneficial during any exercise other than cardio/calisthenics?
>> No. 4391 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 4:12 pm
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>> No. 4392 Anonymous
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 4:33 pm
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n1 m8 dunno wot 'it me
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22nd November 2017
Wednesday 4:45 pm
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>> No. 59055 Moralfag
21st November 2017
Tuesday 11:42 pm
/iq/59055 A Review discussing Children & Infants consuming Jillian “Mai-Thi” Epperly’
>Jillan Epperly believes that her protocol is a universal recipe that in her own words can remedy everything from “a to z”. Jillian has also stated that her recipe of 1 tbs salt+2 cups cabbage + 2 cups water is safe for children and better than formula for babies. Jillian believes that mothers can pass on pathogens like candida through breast milk. JIllian has also boastfully hypothesized that her protocol can cure autism and down-syndrome even reversing facial deformities. Jillian has encouraged parents to give her recipe to children via ears,belly button,enema, or oral consumption to help fight against “programmed” pathogens that are “allegedly making people sick and are the root to all disease. Jillian admits that anyone who tries her protocol is a guinea pig, she promises that her recipe won’t kill you and she also insists its safe for children. Keep in mind, no reputable scientist or licensed medical practitioner has studied Jillian protocol or even tested the recipe. NO scientific evidence has been presented that Jillians protocol is safe for children.
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>> No. 59056 R4GE
21st November 2017
Tuesday 11:46 pm
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>> No. 59057 YubYub
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 12:35 am
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It isn't news.
>> No. 59058 Are Moaty
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 6:22 am
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Are they seppos? I bet they're seppos. They're always wanting to shove stuff up their kid's arses, like when they think giving children a bleach enema will cure autism - to the point that they believe the bleach burning off their child's intestinal lining is actually autism parasites escaping the body.
>> No. 59059 Billbob
22nd November 2017
Wednesday 10:10 am
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Jesus christ.


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