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>> No. 92607 Anonymous
23rd March 2021
Tuesday 3:26 pm
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You know it's local election time when councillors you've never heard of start creeping out of the woodwork again.
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>> No. 93387 Anonymous
7th May 2021
Friday 12:01 am
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>>93386
The ancaps are too busy mooning crypto to bother with this. Plus there's the deposit and signature requirements, which might cause trouble because they'd have to sell their hodlings and they have no friends.
>> No. 93388 Anonymous
7th May 2021
Friday 12:12 am
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>>93386
I think the Electoral Commission wouldn't let them register 'Beyond Politics', so they spent two minutes looking at their logo and thought oh it's pink and on fire and it has the same initials, let's go with that.
>> No. 93389 Anonymous
7th May 2021
Friday 6:21 am
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Has anything actually happened yet? For some reason there's an inflatable Chris Tarrant in Hartlepool.
>> No. 93390 Anonymous
7th May 2021
Friday 8:55 am
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>>93389
Labour's blown it.
Jill Mortimer (C) 15,529 (51.88%, +22.96%)
Paul Williams (Lab) 8,589 (28.69%, -8.99%)
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C maj 6,940 (23.19%)
15.97% swing Lab to C
Electorate 70,768; Turnout 29,933 (42.30%, -15.62%)

Soon the joke won't be "Any other leader would be 20 points ahead", it will be "Any other leader would be on at least 20 points".
>> No. 93391 Anonymous
7th May 2021
Friday 9:03 am
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>>93390
The Survation poll that had the Tories on 50% and Labour on 33% was actually overoptimistic for them. Fucking hell, what a time to be alive.

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>> No. 19768 Anonymous
6th February 2015
Friday 8:29 pm
/e/19768 What are you playing right now?
I figured I'd make an /e/ equivalent of that great, big /beat/ thread.

Recently I have been slogging away on XCOM: Enemy Within with the Long War mod. Humanity is doomed as I'm simply incapable of holding back the torrent of battleships the aliens keep hurling at me.

It's bloody fun though.
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>> No. 24921 Anonymous
5th May 2021
Wednesday 5:39 pm
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I'm having a bloody excellent time playing No Man's Sky. I've put in 10 hours and still haven't bothered leaving the solar system I started in. As far as I can tell, it's just a life simulator without bogging down too much on harsh survival elements, except in this life I've got a spaceship and can go wherever I want in it. 10/10
>> No. 24922 Anonymous
5th May 2021
Wednesday 6:52 pm
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>>24920
Rocket League is such a wonderful game. Just flying cars and a ball with barebones mechanics, but the skill ceiling is so high that you're always improving and hitting stuff you never could before.
>> No. 24923 Anonymous
5th May 2021
Wednesday 7:24 pm
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>>24922
Agreed about Rocket League - one of those simple but immensely playable games because the physics is so entertaining.
>> No. 24924 Anonymous
7th May 2021
Friday 12:31 am
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>>24921
Tell me more, very interested in getting this after everyone's been raving about all the wonderful updates.
>> No. 24925 Anonymous
7th May 2021
Friday 1:18 am
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>>24924
It's extremely slow-paced, and there's a lot of little distractions which could easily feel like grinding or farming if you're usually more into high-paced games. Visually, it's absolutely stunning, and the sandbox feels completely seamless. To me it sort of feels like the first Mass Effect game if there was no story whatsoever and you were just hopping around from planet to planet doing odd jobs and working on your own stash of ships and loot.

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>> No. 33519 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 10:46 am
/news/33519 IT'S WAR
Come on then you Frenchie fuckers, let's fight!
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>> No. 33535 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 8:28 pm
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>>33534

A dozen bootnecks in a paddle boat would be a better navy than Iceland's, I wish people wouldn't talk about the Cod Wars like they were an actual military conflict.
>> No. 33536 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 9:59 pm
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Never forget the Fourth Cod War.
>> No. 33537 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 11:21 pm
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>>33534
We have so few ships to operate in support of HMS Queen Elizabeth that if the French fishing fleet were retooled as fast attack boats they could probably sink the damned thing.
>> No. 33538 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 11:23 pm
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>>33537

The planes'd sort it.
>> No. 33539 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 11:45 pm
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>>33535

Indeed remember that time that we just decided it was too important for us to not to control Iceland and we just took it over in a morning, and by the evening the Icelandic government had just accepted British rule.

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>> No. 441558 Anonymous
11th January 2021
Monday 8:46 pm
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New midweek thread: chip butty edition.

Is it even midweek? The days have all blurred into one and lost all sense of meaning.
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>> No. 443637 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 7:12 pm
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>>443631

A great deal of it is just pretending. Acting less clever and more boring than you really are.

Whenever you're saying something based on obscure trivia that only a complete nerd would know, use vague terms like "I think I read this thing once that said..." or "I think somebody once told me..." even though you actually know with 100% certainty about whatever it is you're saying because you're a spod. Generally just give the impression that you spend your evenings watching Line of Duty like everyone else, not reading about 19th century naval warfare.

If you get stuck, I've noticed that asking people what they're having for dinner always seems to be a conversational get out of jail free card.
>> No. 443638 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 8:08 pm
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>>443631
There's a lot you can say on this.

1. Like others have said, you think about the people around and what they do that is successful in a given environment. As an example, I copied some of the mannerisms of an arty girl I used to work with who had extremely good social skills and it's worked a charm since in professional (and even some non-professional) settings.

2. You can also think about what you do as well that works and what doesn't, it's why we're all plagued by regrets over faux pas nobody else remembers after all. You're going to make mistakes and will learn from them so you get yourself out there.

3. Go for a change of scenery, move and get a new circle of friends. I'm always going to be a campy autist but it's surprising how much of that has changed based on my surroundings and peers, yet if I catch up with some old mates for uni we all immediately fall back into who we were 10 years ago.
>> No. 443639 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 8:23 pm
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Is it possible for smell to transmit through walls?

My missus is cooking a bolognese and the stench of onion is so overpowering from two rooms away, with both doors shut, that I feel like I'm being teabagged by a sweaty French bloke.
>> No. 443640 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 8:29 pm
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>>443639

Unless your doors are literally airtight, it's probably not the walls it's coming through.
>> No. 443644 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 11:33 pm
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>>443639

Gases will pass through walls given enough time. But Unless she has been cooking it for a week in an enclosed space I would rule it out.

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>> No. 442884 Anonymous
23rd March 2021
Tuesday 12:43 am
/b/442884 Hypotheticals
I sometimes play out hypothetical scenarios in my head and what I'd do. I thought it would make for an interesting thread if I started listing them and getting some solutions, it might even be a learning experience as there's usually things I don't have an answer to.

So my first go:

If you broke one of your legs, how fucked would you be? How about both? That's not a threat. I was thinking about it the other night and how, frankly, I'd probably give breaking my legs a miss. My main problem is that I live up a few flights of stairs with no disabled access so I'd be trapped. I assume you can ask a delivery driver to come upstairs if you explain your position, so I wouldn't starve, but if both my legs are broken there's getting home from the hospital or going back as the legs heal.

I'd probably have to move out and live with my parents for at least a year. Do removal companies offer a service where they will pack your things up even if you don't organise? I don't much fancy my family finding my fleshlight.
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>> No. 443623 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 9:10 am
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>>443622
Well done, you're a cretinous inchworm.
>> No. 443634 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 5:06 pm
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>>443623
Have a fuckin' whinge there, cuz.
>> No. 443635 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 6:33 pm
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>>443634
n1 m8 dem 2 wont no wot hit em
>> No. 443636 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 6:59 pm
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>>443635
Go and have an angry wank.
>> No. 443643 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 9:39 pm
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>>443636
Bet you'd like that, cuntbubble.

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>> No. 6360 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 6:21 pm
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Is it possible to wear elasticated waist clothing and look good? After a year of wearing jogger bottoms and shorts I'm going to find it hard going back to conventional trousers and jeans on a regular basis.
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>> No. 6361 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 6:57 pm
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>>6360
Age / fatness are a factor here.
>> No. 6362 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 9:01 pm
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No. Some jeans and trousers are made with 2% elastane, which gives them a subtle stretch without the bunched-up look of an elasticated waistband.

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>> No. 23560 Anonymous
16th November 2016
Wednesday 6:49 pm
/emo/23560 Minor angst and existential dread, Mk. I
We tend to have a lot of repeated threads here, but I also get the feeling people don't tend to post in /emo/ unless it's a big issue.

With this in mind I suggest that we have a thread for stuff that's got you down a bit and you need to get off your chest, without it being major enough to make an entire thread devoted to it. We can also use it as a go-to for minor relationship advice, work problems, social drama, and things like that.

Everyone gets down from time to time, let's put some Sisters of Mercy on and wallow together for a while.
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>> No. 30759 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 6:48 pm
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All she wanted you to do was go "Yeah, awww, that's awful....mm hmmm....yeah you should.....that's sad.......OK, yeah..............mmm, that's right........"
It's not hard.
>> No. 30760 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 6:55 pm
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>>30759

>Yeah, awww, that's awful....mm hmmm

Sounds like you're pretty shit at listening to people m8, I'd refrain from giving relationship advice if I were you.
>> No. 30761 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 7:04 pm
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>>30760
The thing is, there's a difference between "emotional labour" and just being someone someone else can talk at.
>> No. 30762 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 7:17 pm
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>>30761

That may be so, but I'm giving the benefit of the doubt that that's what he actually means, not just that his missus likes to yap for no good reason. Even if she does, I reckon he's well within his rights not to have to put up with it during work hours.
>> No. 30763 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 7:26 pm
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Sounds like this is a managing expectations problem. Your girlfriend has to understand you are not their shrink and aren't available 100% of the time. And you need to accept you can't fix every single problem and when your girlfriend is upset like this it isn't directly under your control or fault. Life can't be perfect all the time. This problem in particular though if it hasn't fixed itself by tomorrow morning I will be amazed.

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>> No. 62754 Ambulancelad
20th March 2019
Wednesday 10:47 pm
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>A neo-Nazi terror suspect entered a "Miss Hitler" beauty contest in a bid to attract new members to a far-right extremist group, a court has heard. Alice Cutter is alleged to have won the competition organised by National Action after taking on the nickname Buchenwald Princess in reference to the Nazi death camp.

https://www.halifaxcourier.co.uk/news/crime/halifax-neo-nazi-terror-suspect-won-miss-hitler-beauty-contest-court-told-1-9662061

To be fair, I'd have voted for her. I'd preserve the future of the white race with her, IYKWIM.
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>> No. 68709 Paedofag
2nd May 2021
Sunday 1:02 pm
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>>68707
>ALL FIVE HAVE BEEN TAKEN TO A POLICE STATION IN WEST YORKSHIRE FOR QUESTIONING.

And now they've broken lockdown rules!
>> No. 68710 Paedofag
2nd May 2021
Sunday 2:11 pm
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>>68707
I think I'd be a seething racist if I had to live in Keighley.
>> No. 68731 Are Moaty
5th May 2021
Wednesday 10:36 pm
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>>68710
I bet a tenner they are both muzzies, you guardian reading fag
>> No. 68741 Are Moaty
6th May 2021
Thursday 6:10 pm
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>>68731
U wot m8?
>> No. 68742 R4GE
6th May 2021
Thursday 6:32 pm
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>>68731

Why are you calling someone a cigarette?

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>> No. 62741 R4GE
19th March 2019
Tuesday 3:21 pm
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Vorderman from the front.
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>> No. 68736 Crabkiller
6th May 2021
Thursday 2:53 pm
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>>68734

Lucky bastard
>> No. 68737 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 2:53 pm
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>>68735
That will only make things worse.
>> No. 68738 Auntiefucker
6th May 2021
Thursday 2:56 pm
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IS YOUR MUM ON INSTAGRAM?
>> No. 68739 Billbob
6th May 2021
Thursday 5:23 pm
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>>68737
Pimp her out on onlyfans.
>> No. 68740 Crabkiller
6th May 2021
Thursday 5:32 pm
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>>68739
I'd subscribe to onlymams.

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>> No. 28571 Anonymous
17th May 2019
Friday 1:05 am
/101/28571 Minor Rants and Piss-Offs, Mark VIII
It appears largethreadmodlad has also locked the previous iteration of this thread; Mark VIII it is, then.

I take perfect care of my nails. I don't bite them, I cut in the standard flat formation every 3-5 days, and scrub under them in the shower. So why the actual fuck are my cuticles bleeding? Putting the plaster over to catch the blood means I can't play my bass properly, and that pisses me off.
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>> No. 31763 Anonymous
5th May 2021
Wednesday 11:35 pm
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>>31762

The minor rants and piss-offs thread seems like a great place to describe my co-worker, who is absolutely obsessed with putting useless and convoluted accessories into our work computers.

Just the other day, I noticed a machine which had a pair of serial cards installed into each of its PCIe slots. There was no reason for this PC to have half a dozen COM slots, but there they were, occupying a load of space and stopping one of my USB instruments from working.

That same machine had one of these ridiculous USB hubs attached to it, big enough that it needed its own mains power supply, which had been plugged in for the last few years despite nobody going near that machine since 2014. It bears mentioning that the PC has plenty of USB slots, and that only two of them were being used for the keyboard and mouse at this point.

Last year when we went remote, there were all kinds of issues with people's remote PC displays not working or acting up, all of which caused by this guy's fanatical use of as many different AV adapters and splitters as he could find, using a DP-to-DVI adapter in one case to connect a PC to a monitor which actually had a DP port.

Sage because I'm triggered by a USB charging station I saw on the internet.
>> No. 31764 Anonymous
5th May 2021
Wednesday 11:42 pm
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The trick I think all these connector standards fail on is the tactile feel of rotation - ie a good screw. That said of those out there, I wish they were all the neutrik ones. Even the small ones are nice to use.
>> No. 31765 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 9:49 am
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>>31764

You tend to like neutriks until you see a full bastard PA go over because someone tripped on the cables.
>> No. 31766 Anonymous
6th May 2021
Thursday 9:57 am
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>>31765

Your public liability insurer would like a word.
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6th May 2021
Thursday 10:17 am
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>>31766

Who said anything about the public?

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>> No. 92282 Anonymous
12th February 2021
Friday 8:11 pm
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Perhaps the problem with Labour wasn't actually Jeremy Corbyn?
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>> No. 93353 Anonymous
5th May 2021
Wednesday 9:16 pm
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>>93352
https://www.compassonline.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Compass-Reclaiming-Modernity-Beyond-markets_-2.pdf I believe. It's the essay "Blairite modernization: Not the only way" (starts page 12) with the last paragraph cut off for whatever reason.
>> No. 93354 Anonymous
5th May 2021
Wednesday 9:26 pm
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It hasn't been posted here, but it is true.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Sun_(United_Kingdom)
>In 1979, the paper endorsed Margaret Thatcher in the year's general election at the end of a process which had been under way for some time, though The Sun had not initially been enthusiastic about Thatcher.
>During the general election of 1983, The Sun ran a front page featuring an unflattering photograph of Michael Foot, then aged almost 70, claiming he was unfit to be Prime Minister on grounds of his age, appearance and policies, alongside the headline "Do You Really Want This Old Fool To Run Britain?"[53]
>During the 1987 general election, The Sun ran a mock-editorial entitled "Why I'm Backing Kinnock, by Stalin".[60]
1992: It's The Sun Wot Won It (but there isn't a handy quote from the Wikipedia page for this one)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/It%27s_The_Sun_Wot_Won_It
>The Sun switched support to the Labour party on 18 March 1997, six weeks before the General Election victory which saw the New Labour leader Tony Blair become Prime Minister with a large parliamentary majority, despite the paper having attacked Blair and New Labour up to a month earlier.
>Despite being a persistent critic of some of the government's policies, the paper supported Labour in both subsequent elections the party won. For the 2005 general election, The Sun backed Blair and Labour for a third consecutive election win
>on 30 September 2009, following Brown's speech at the Labour Party Conference, The Sun, under the banner "Labour's Lost It", announced that it no longer supported the Labour Party:[136] "The Sun believes – and prays – that the Conservative leadership can put the great back into Great Britain".[137]

After all my bastard research into this, I now see that there is another section on Wikipedia devoted specifically to this:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Sun_(United_Kingdom)#United_Kingdom_general_elections
>> No. 93355 Anonymous
5th May 2021
Wednesday 9:35 pm
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>>93354
They did manage to get it wrong in Scotland once, which was quite funny.
>> No. 93356 Anonymous
5th May 2021
Wednesday 10:31 pm
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>>93354
Question is, are they influencing the public or just sensitive to shifts in its mood? People do not generally buy media whose viewpoints they disagree with. Thatcher was popular in '79 for reasons that had nothing to do with the Sun newspaper.
>> No. 93357 Anonymous
5th May 2021
Wednesday 11:44 pm
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>>93356

Both, in a feedback loop. They're both very good at following the trends, better than official pollsters in some cases, and they move in line with the trends they notice, which contributes to continuing that trend. It's like an analogue print version of the online echo-chamber effect.

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>> No. 27266 Anonymous
28th August 2020
Friday 5:21 pm
/news/27266 Corona thread #3
Right, now that the last corona thread is over 1,700 posts long, maybe it's time for a new one.

How long do you think it will be until we're fully back to normal?
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>> No. 33514 Anonymous
5th May 2021
Wednesday 8:39 am
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This kind of reporting does more to help 'the otherside' than a 100 paul Joseph Watsons ever could. The pandering is so transparently obvious it makes me wonder it makes me presume that there are plenty of other instances where it wasn't so immediately clear, and therefore question if the agenda or narrative they are pushing has any truth at all. When people talk about the marginalisation of men, or feminism doesn't care about equality only women's special interests they can reference this and it is evident that they have a point.
>> No. 33515 Anonymous
5th May 2021
Wednesday 3:33 pm
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>>33514
You will read a news article that's about you. Women are 51% of everyone.That is a massive audience you can get for basically no effort. There's nothing weird about this reporting at all. And I wouldn't be surprised if women are overrepresented in the jobs that mostly got furloughed, so the story makes sense.
>> No. 33516 Anonymous
5th May 2021
Wednesday 3:39 pm
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But we're not just talking about this article, we're talking about a noticeable trend with the Grauniad. Unless you're saying you've not noticed anything change, in which case I'd disagree but wouldn't be arsed to argue.
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5th May 2021
Wednesday 10:45 pm
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>Covid: Britons fly via Turkey to avoid costly quarantine

>UK travellers returning from "red list" countries are flying home via Turkey to avoid hefty hotel quarantine fees. Passengers are breaking their journey in Istanbul, and staying in hotels there for a fraction of the cost they would have to pay in Britain.

>Travellers from countries on the red list would otherwise face bills of up to £1,750-per-person to isolate in a hotel if they flew to the UK directly. Those using the route must still quarantine at home once back in the UK.

>One hotel worker in Istanbul said he had seen British nationals flying in from laplanderstan, India and Bangladesh - which are all on the UK's red list. The BBC has also spoken to travellers returning from laplanderstan to the UK, many of whom were attending weddings or funerals and say they couldn't afford the cost of quarantining once the rules changed. As long as they isolate at home for 10 days after returning from a non-red list country, they are not breaking the UK government's Covid rules.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-56984057

What could possibly go wrong?
>> No. 33518 Anonymous
5th May 2021
Wednesday 11:39 pm
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>I'd disagree but wouldn't be arsed to argue

Not saying otherlad is one, but I've generally concluded it's best not to with Those Type Of People.

What you do is you just say "Well, you're wrong, and I won't let you motte and bailey your way out of this one" and then stop engaging.

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>> No. 430053 Anonymous
31st August 2019
Saturday 8:53 am
/b/430053 Literal "what are you feeling right now" thread
Shamelessly stealing the very excellent idea from >>/101/28964

Here is a place to post utterly inane observations about your current state of being.

---Start---

I like birds but starlings are a massive noisy pain in the arse.
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>> No. 443542 Anonymous
1st May 2021
Saturday 3:03 am
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I feel your pain.
>> No. 443546 Anonymous
1st May 2021
Saturday 12:54 pm
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I was lucky to get my work to organise my trailer license and I got my LGV as well. All because like twice in the past 5 years I have had to transport some equipment.

It's annoying because if I passed my test 3 months earlier I wouldn't need to do them. Instead I was among the first lot to do the theory test, which was just a pen and paper multiple choice test that took me 15 minutes to blast through.
>> No. 443589 Anonymous
4th May 2021
Tuesday 11:32 pm
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Just shat my sleep schedual through a bin bag by "having a nap" earlier in the evening. Five hours is way too long for a quick kip though, that's a full on sleep, men have won wars having slept fewer hours than that.

Also do you need a car to go to the tip or can you just rock up with a bag of old crap on foot, like a tramp who just found out about Marie Kondo? God, that's a dated reference.
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4th May 2021
Tuesday 11:50 pm
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My local tips don't need a car, but you do need to book at the moment; if you're on foot though, I doubt you're bringing that much so I'm sure you could blag it.
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5th May 2021
Wednesday 3:14 pm
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I have visited my local tip on a bicycle that I then threw away at said tip.

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>> No. 30730 Anonymous
4th May 2021
Tuesday 3:09 pm
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I think i just accused someone of inapropriate behaviour around children.

A public swimming pool with glass walls around, one directly on a footpath.
The person was stood against the window with a young dog, peering into the pool of children across the far end.
As i aproached, it seemed to me a lifeguard was also coming 'round to investigate from inside - no eye contact was made. What other reason would staff have to come all the way to the opposite end of the pool where no users were present?
As i passed i asked loudly "Do you have a family in there?", to which the person said yes and mumbled something as i walked off.

It's generally known that this location is inapropriate to stop at, especially so if your face is pressed to the glass like this persons was.

All i can think is to talk with the receptionist/manager and offer to pay for blinds to be put in the relevant windows.
I'm trying to convice myself it was right to 'confront' this person yet i feel bad for doing so.
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>> No. 30742 Anonymous
4th May 2021
Tuesday 5:50 pm
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>This place hasn't changed since 2011 m8. We just have more generals now. I distinctly remember a enlightened discussion on the merits of air ionisers around that time.

I don't see how at all that is relevant to OP turning into a NIMBY.
>> No. 30743 Anonymous
4th May 2021
Tuesday 6:43 pm
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>Ofcourse i don't actually know that this person was peeping at the kids

This is the part that's the problem.
>> No. 30745 Anonymous
4th May 2021
Tuesday 7:52 pm
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I for one would rather not be part of a community of paranoid curtain twitchers who scream carpet-bagger! every time a lone man pauses to check their phone within half a mile of a playground.
That kind of behaviour has a much more corrosive effect on the community as a whole than the occasional potentially creepy guy who's motives the OP jumped to conclusions about looking over a pool fence.

For example:
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I remember reading an article about a similar survey from the UK a couple of years ago with similar results but google isn't being particularly helpful.
>> No. 30748 Anonymous
4th May 2021
Tuesday 8:53 pm
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Maybe the issue here is my perception with regard to children. Both my parents were abused, so i've been vaguely aware of that sort of thing from too young an age. It's like i'm trying to push too far the other way. Projection, init?
Just for context, >>/emo/30452 was my thread also.

I still think the pool guy's was unusual behavior, and i sort of recognised the alleged culprit as someone who was locally known to be engaging in disproportionately aged relationships (though i didn't know that until after i spoke - he looked back at me).
The day previous to this i recognised someone else in the same general location who was historically accused of public masturbation before children. This must have been playing on my mind.

The recolection of these 2 factors seems to add more weight away from the 'just let it be' attitude apparent here (which i may well be misunderstanding). I'm moderately aware of the process by which we search for complimentary evidence and discard anything contrary to our conclusions, by the way.
This is emotionally charged so it's difficult to let go - how could someone forgive themselves for discarding the safety of a child for fuck sake.
Where is the ballance between hypervigilance and complete apathy?
How do people develop their ability to appropriately detect and mitigate threats?

I'm not sure where to go from here. It's quite possible i made a mistake in my comment to the guy looking into the pool - i've made such faux pas before though of lesser consequence.

>>30745
>Most men are reluctant to help lost kids
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4th May 2021
Tuesday 8:58 pm
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>> No. 8117 Anonymous
6th January 2021
Wednesday 8:22 am
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Several lads here seem to have a grasp of investments and so on. Do any of you have a regular income outside "earner income"? What kind of category does it fall into, and how did you come into it?

I had a nice image, but brian isn't playing ball today. It's a list of different (very broad) types of income:
1 Earner income : work a job
2 Profit income : buy and sell
3 Interest income: lending money
4 Dividend income: owning stock
5 Rental income: renting out property
6 Capital gains : assets increase in value
7 Royalties: others use your work
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>> No. 8755 Anonymous
30th April 2021
Friday 3:33 pm
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They had a blinding start today.
>> No. 8756 Anonymous
4th May 2021
Tuesday 3:23 pm
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Above 24p now. Helium, lads.
>> No. 8757 Anonymous
4th May 2021
Tuesday 6:58 pm
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It's a package deal, if you'd just told me when to sell as well then I would have been on board. Frankly I'd appreciate if you simply wired your profit into my bank account for making up for that disservice.
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4th May 2021
Tuesday 7:11 pm
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Why would I sell? It's going to keep going up.
>> No. 8759 Anonymous
4th May 2021
Tuesday 7:36 pm
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>>8758
The helium balloon will burst sooner or later.

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>> No. 23654 Anonymous
26th April 2021
Monday 9:15 pm
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What are some stupid but entertaining films from the past ~10 years or so? They seem to be making fewer of them.
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>> No. 23682 Anonymous
1st May 2021
Saturday 2:21 pm
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>It is a film about a martial arts tournament where no martial arts tournament ever takes place.

I think you hit the nail on the head, there.

They also missed a trick with the Cole character. Even a bit of lip service could have given the film a fun theme about contrasting modern rough-and-tumble MMA with ancient and mysterious martial arts. Instead he just sort of blithely accepts everything.

The superpowered melee was too Marvel-esque, things become so much less interesting for me when people turn into darting CGI figures.

Not to keep banging the drum, but that first scene was just the perfect balance. Really well co-ordinated martial arts and stuntwork, wonderfully shot, inventive with props, with just a touch of mysticism and strange supernatural powers on top.

Bi-Han was also effectively the main villain, and it was amazing. Why not keep Shang Tsung as a shadowy sorcerer pulling the strings behind the scenes? Why don't we just capture glimpses of an old wizened man becoming younger as he feeds off the souls of fallen combatants? Have Bi-Han bring his assassinated victims to something that looks like the crypt keeper? It's a film for Christ's sake, we're meant to fear the Big Bad, be creative, don't just have him stand there like a lemon behind walls of electricity.
>> No. 23683 Anonymous
2nd May 2021
Sunday 2:10 pm
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>>23670 That were dead brilliant.

It's almost screaming out for a cornetto trilogy adaptation.
>> No. 23684 Anonymous
2nd May 2021
Sunday 2:16 pm
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Is Kano in the new film any good? He was by far the highlight of the 1995 film.
>> No. 23693 Anonymous
3rd May 2021
Monday 1:41 pm
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Yeah, he's vulgar and gives the film a lot of personality. His winking to the audience gets a bit tiresome at points ("u wot m8 u shoot fire out of ur hands???") but the actor gets the spirit of the character perfectly. Even better than the 1995 one, I'd say.
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4th May 2021
Tuesday 7:01 pm
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>> No. 30729 Anonymous
4th May 2021
Tuesday 2:50 pm
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I think everyone I ever talk to under 50 and above the age of 10 has developed a disease where they are such a pedant they strip the joy out of everything and focus on arguing some minor point. Everything is about technically correct arguing the point, never the concept presented or advancing the conversation in a positive way.

I've seen friends talk their way out of hanging out with each other because they got caught on some minor point of what we were going to do when we met up so the event never got organised. The law of Triviality seems to poison everything, and is probably the reason only egotists seem to make society advance.
I couldn't decide if this was a /101/ or belonged here I felt here suited better.

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>> No. 443472 Anonymous
24th April 2021
Saturday 7:58 pm
/b/443472 New Weekend Thread
Alright lads, how's it going?
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>> No. 443580 Anonymous
3rd May 2021
Monday 11:30 am
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>In the future I predict the politicians who are rewarded will be the ones who say, "I grew up on a council estate and I can assure you they're all scum and deserve to be shot", because it's okay when it comes from the right person.
THE FUTURE IS NOW
>> No. 443581 Anonymous
3rd May 2021
Monday 11:40 am
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>>443578

Loads of British Indian people are natural Thatcherites. Their families really did start a successful business from nothing and they don't see why everyone else can't. As a demographic their household income and share of wealth is well above average. Shamanismophobia is rife in the British Indian community for somewhat understandable historical reasons, which is often veiled in a more socially-acceptable "we need the right sort of immigration and immigrants need to integrate" sort of rhetoric.

Priti Patel genuinely represents the views of a large proportion of British Indians. British laplanderstanis and Bangladeshis overwhelmingly vote Labour, but a lot of people on the left seem unable to tell them apart.

With that said, Patel is clearly a bit psychopathic - before politics, she did PR for British American Tobacco.
>> No. 443586 Anonymous
3rd May 2021
Monday 9:10 pm
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>Their families really did start a successful business from nothing

Not really, many of them were upper caste poshos by Indian standards. Coming to Britain that still puts you on the lower end of the scale, but it's not like they had nothing. That and it's easy to run a profitable shop when you don't follow any of the rules and you're using your twelve kids for unpaid labour.

But that's just like you say. Natural Thatcherites.
>> No. 443587 Anonymous
4th May 2021
Tuesday 9:55 am
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You're right, I was being naive. Of course this tactic is occurring now and has probably already been done in the past.
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4th May 2021
Tuesday 10:59 am
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I would be interested to know in data whether the Indians who make a good living in the UK did so by accumulation of generational wealth, or whether they came here with a good amount of money, and to what degree established networks plays into it. But then, I'm >>/£$€¥/8631 lad and I seem to have a bloody hard time finding quantitative research on this stuff.

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>> No. 19373 Anonymous
2nd March 2011
Wednesday 7:12 pm
/x/19373 free thread.
I just wanted an excuse to post her. So then I thought-

ITT ANYTHING YOU WANT.

i.e. images you couldn't think to categorise in another thread but really want more people to see.
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>> No. 42088 Anonymous
4th May 2021
Tuesday 5:08 am
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>>42084

I can still get the horn over bang average, I've been in relationships with plenty of average women. Personally I think Eilish is reasonably attractive even in none makeup form, but different strokes and all that, there's no sense arguing over how shaggable someone is in the wanky threaad.
>> No. 42089 Anonymous
4th May 2021
Tuesday 5:14 am
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Pretty sure it's just the latter two m8, her brother does all the songwriting if I'm not mistaken.

Not like that's unusual in pop mind, it's pretty common for them to be more of a performer than an artist. It's a bit annoying how most people don't seem to draw a distinction though.
>> No. 42090 Anonymous
4th May 2021
Tuesday 8:27 am
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>>42084

She is normal but it is normal for a person to be overweight.

>>42086

I imagine not because you clearly have an udder obsession.
>> No. 42091 Anonymous
4th May 2021
Tuesday 8:33 am
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When I said that thing about "pointy elbows" last night I didn't mean to imply that you should stay up all night arguing about whether or not her elbows are, in fact, too pointy. Apologies for the mix up.
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4th May 2021
Tuesday 9:28 am
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I have no opinions on her elbows but the picture in >>42080 does make her look strangely top-heavy. She's not overweight but none of her body fat seems to be distributed south of her tummy.

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>> No. 11742 Anonymous
3rd May 2019
Friday 6:12 pm
/beat/11742 What you feeling right now? Part V: Bach it up
Time for a new thread.


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>> No. 12807 Anonymous
4th May 2021
Tuesday 1:05 am
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Have a good night other lad who fucked about all weekend instead of being ready for that Tuesday deadline.
>> No. 12808 Anonymous
4th May 2021
Tuesday 4:13 am
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>>12807

I can't imagine being an adult who has homework.
>> No. 12809 Anonymous
4th May 2021
Tuesday 4:31 am
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It's a consequence of climbing the career ladder. I suppose that is what university was really all about in training us to overpromise and underdeliver.

Also I probably wouldn't need to do this if I didn't fuck about all day at home.
>> No. 12810 Anonymous
4th May 2021
Tuesday 8:27 am
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>It's a consequence of climbing the career ladder.

lol
>> No. 12811 Anonymous
4th May 2021
Tuesday 8:32 am
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>>12810

Shh the donkey still thinks if he moves quicker he'll catch the carrot don't tell him. Don't tell him.

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