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

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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: 11a23f No. 14330 Anonymous
23rd August 2017
Wednesday 8:53 pm

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>> ID: 7b5d05 No. 14331 Anonymous
23rd August 2017
Wednesday 9:07 pm

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>>14330 This.

I appreciate you trying to soften the blow, but I'm dictating this post to Cortana because my head's already in the oven. It's electric, but I'm sure to run out of air eventually.
>> ID: 165961 No. 14332 Anonymous
23rd August 2017
Wednesday 9:45 pm

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>> ID: 9d9283 No. 14333 Anonymous
23rd August 2017
Wednesday 10:05 pm

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It's all fixed now.
>> ID: 5c556b No. 14334 Anonymous
3rd September 2017
Sunday 8:54 pm

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Is it broken right now?
>> ID: 4260c9 No. 14335 Anonymous
3rd September 2017
Sunday 9:49 pm

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>> ID: c57107 No. 14336 Anonymous
4th September 2017
Monday 8:56 pm

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I tried that once, but I just couldn't do it. It was so hot. Are you supposed to have it on a low gas mark or something? If so, how do you cook your head to death? What happens when you go unconcious and your head lands on the metal grill thing, doesn't it hurt?

It just seems like such a stupid way to commit.
>> ID: be1393 No. 14337 Anonymous
4th September 2017
Monday 9:18 pm

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For one you are supposed to do it with coal gas not natural gas which would mean traveling back in time to the early 70s. For another you aren't supposed to light it, merely poison yourself which is why the coal gas is relevant.
>> ID: c57107 No. 14338 Anonymous
4th September 2017
Monday 9:22 pm

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People used to have to put coal in their ovens in the 70s?
>> ID: 326ba2 No. 14339 Anonymous
4th September 2017
Monday 9:29 pm

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Before we found all the natural gas in the north sea, we used to make gas by heating up coal. The gas board would bake coal in giant ovens, producing coal gas and coke. Coal gas was good stuff, but it was also very high in carbon monoxide. If you stuck your head in the oven and turned the gas on without lighting it, you'd be fatally poisoned within minutes.
>> ID: c57107 No. 14340 Anonymous
5th September 2017
Tuesday 10:34 pm

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I wonder how many people have baked themselves to death in a misunderstanding.
>> ID: cb9d0d No. 14341 Anonymous
6th September 2017
Wednesday 7:31 am

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A lot fewer than those who tried and failed, no doubt.
>> ID: 57c52f No. 14342 Anonymous
6th September 2017
Wednesday 10:34 pm

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Time to shine. My neck of the woods this in many ways. the gas was called Town Gas very stable old engineers tell me. and heres a website of a place near me that still has all the stuff to make it.


I've been a few times good stuff. There's also a gas museum in Leister. but that's all to do with natural gas and the million uses they had for it when ti was first discovered.
>> 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.

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