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>> No. 427053 Anonymous
24th May 2019
Friday 7:06 pm
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New weekend thread.

How's it going, lads? What are you up to this weekend?
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>> No. 427924 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 9:29 am
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>> No. 427927 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 9:45 am
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>Why the fuck does everybody these days feel the need to start their own whatsapp group everytime four people get together and have something in common, however remotely.
Because everyone's lonely and disconnected from their communities.
>> No. 427930 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 11:13 am
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I don't particularly enjoy having much to do with my neighbours on a good day. Can't say I'm really on bad terms with anybody, some of them are even really quite sufferable people. I just value my anonymity when I am at home, with nobody really paying attention to what I am doing. Not sure what good it will really do me to be in a whatsapp group with the other tenants.

And during all of the years since I moved out from my parents', never once did I lock myself out. So it's a chance that's worth taking to me.
>> No. 427933 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 11:44 am
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Having half of my flat trashed due to heating system being re-done. Had to move my chair and my table from near the window.
It's been just a day and I already miss it. I'm kind of used to stare at the street when I'm idling.
Jiggawatt m8. And it was a lovely film indeed.
Anyway, I'm somewhat tempted to re-watch The Bourne Identity, and then maybe the four other parts too.
Legacy was a tad sillier than it should have been, with all those pills shite.
>> No. 427939 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 1:41 pm
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Fuck me it was 2014. Why the fuck do I remember these things and not anything useful?


>> No. 427901 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 8:43 pm
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Has anyone ever attempted to make a foodstuff that is 100% useful to your body where none of it will be shat out the other end?
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>> No. 427928 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 10:41 am
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I used to volunteer now and then for a charity for disabled children.

Nothing quite like getting a whiff from a low-functioning autism kid who just shat himself. Not that he would have noticed, he was usually too busy counting all the Lego pieces in the bin over and over. Maybe I contracted my social awkwardness from him.
>> No. 427929 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 11:02 am
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I think there are sites that will sell you pseudo scientific awful tasing milkshake powdered that is supposed to do this, but since one got mentioned by name in another thread recently and I've seen Ads all over reddit for the same one, I wonder if someone is of the the delusion we are worth targeting for viral marketing and OP is a shill trying to lead discussion that way.
>> No. 427932 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 11:23 am
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Of all things, why would anyone want to give up on shitting?
It's about the most productive thing I do at work.
Mildly curious how the cavemen did their bee colony foraging.
>> No. 427937 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 12:55 pm
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Well as Britain's premier discussion forum, it's expected that we will be targeted by such campaigns.
>> No. 427938 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 1:20 pm
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>Nothing quite like getting a whiff from a low-functioning autism kid who just shat himself

Better get used to that smell, seeing as all your kids will be autistic now.

I wonder if there should be health warnings for pregnant women to stay away from autists in case they inhale their farts and it ends up stunting their foetus.


>> No. 19504 Anonymous
19th June 2019
Wednesday 11:19 am
/news/19504 Instagram couple beg for £9k holiday

Instagram couple beg for £9k holiday while mum funds their lifestyle with two jobs

Because neither of them have a job - instead relying on Catalin's mother to fund their lifestyle by working two jobs - they have turned to the public for financial support.

On a GoFundMe page they have set their sights high, asking for €10,000 (£8,907) to embark on the trip.

According to Catalin and Elena the adventure is worthy of external funding because of the positive impact it would have on their Instagram followers.

"We could write a long text about mental health or global warming," they explain on the fundraising page.

"We could tell you about following your dreams, or how important stepping out of your comfort zone is."

"We could tell you how beautiful traveling is, and it’s benefits, or the fact that most news don’t match reality."
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>> No. 19555 Anonymous
21st June 2019
Friday 12:34 pm
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I don't think it was even too bad of a time to be unemployed if you didn't even have to pretend to look for a job and unemployed people and fake disabled people weren't scapegoat number one like they were just before David Cameron got in.
>> No. 19556 Anonymous
21st June 2019
Friday 1:13 pm
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I think much of the Broken Britain debate around 2007-10 was disingenuous. Much of that segment of the population which constituted Broken Britain wasn't at the bottom end of society of their own volition. They were just the symptom of a society where if you've sunk to a certain level, there isn't much hope for you to get back up.

And even with the most benign view on the Tory government from 2010, you can't in all honesty say that Cameron fixed Broken Britain.
>> No. 19557 Anonymous
21st June 2019
Friday 1:53 pm
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Nah, come on, Britain is fixed now. That's why we're trying so hard to snap into to pieces, so we've got a project to work on for the new decade.
>> No. 19558 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 11:12 pm
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And ARE Boris will no doubt do a fine job of it.
>> No. 19559 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 1:10 pm
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Thank you.
I'm not exactly millenial (though close) and still your words resonate with my experiences.


>> No. 425684 Anonymous
5th April 2019
Friday 11:36 pm
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So am I the only one who is getting a bit annoyed by this whole Greta Thunberg cult, or am I just too much of a cold hearted cynic that the world would be better off without?

I don't doubt the legitimate concern of her generation over climate change, after all it will fall to them to sort out the utter fucking mess that we have left the planet in, but all the awards that she is now being showered with are IMO just middle aged and old people's guilt over their own failure to save the planet's climate despite having had decades of prior warning, and who lost their way and succumbed to high carbon footprint consumerism somewhere between 1990s road protest villages and today's school runs in a 4x4. None of it feels sincere or genuine, it's more like, yeah, just take all these awards and shut the hell up already.

And parents whose children now protest every Friday or so are now engaging in pissing matches on twitter and Instagram to show off which one of their kids gets the most involved. As one commenter said, nothing good has ever come of a youth protest movement that was applauded by parents.
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>> No. 427916 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 1:16 am
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It doesn't matter. Nothing you say will get them to shut up.
>> No. 427923 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 9:06 am
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Thousands of Ende Gelände protesters break through police lines to occupy a vast open face coal mine over the weekend. (Possibly tens of thousands of people involved but only some sitting in the mine, others blocking coal trains, distracting police, providing logistics and other things)

Meanwhile the temperature in parts of the Arctic reach 29C and the CO2 concentration in the air is 415ppm and climbing, the highest it has ever been while humans have existed as a species.
>> No. 427931 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 11:17 am
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>Meanwhile the temperature in parts of the Arctic reach 29C and the CO2 concentration in the air is 415ppm and climbing, the highest it has ever been while humans have existed as a species.

That's slightly disconcerting.

I guess it isn't much consolation that the Earth has been through much more sudden catastrophic events like the asteroid impact 65 million years ago and has bounced back.

Best to pack your rice then.
>> No. 427935 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 12:29 pm
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More than slightly, Greenland's melting at a rate we didn't expect would happen for 70 years yet.
>> No. 427936 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 12:35 pm
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That and the ice in the Himalayas
which is not great news for the near-50% of India already suffering from drought to the point they're abandoning their towns.


>> No. 22863 Anonymous
4th June 2019
Tuesday 8:15 pm
/e/22863 Official* Minecraft Server
Thought I'd better make a new thread for this so the link doesn't get buried -

It's vanilla right now, save for GriefProtection, which allows you to claim an area of land that will be secured from damage/grief. I don't know if we need this or if it'll ruin the 'fun' of natural disasters like your house being cunted over by creepers. But for now all you do is do /claim in your house to claim your first area, then subsequent claims or edits will require a golden shovel. It's a whole thing, look it up.

I'm happy to stick other mods in there if we get bored, and please let me know if you encounter performance issues - I'm using some hosting service that might well be shite.
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>> No. 22939 Anonymous
19th June 2019
Wednesday 11:05 am
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Nice canals but uh
>> No. 22940 Anonymous
21st June 2019
Friday 10:53 am
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Any chance you can get backups of the map? I quite like having them to go back to in the future and reminisce.

Also the server does seem to go down quite often. I was getting quite invested in the new villager mechanics.
>> No. 22941 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 12:18 am
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I invited them to a cage match. All 150 or so of them.
>> No. 22942 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 11:00 am
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Send the buggers back.
>> No. 22943 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 12:30 pm
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There's another cage in the hole where the tower used to be. Doesn't seem like there's any way to stop them spawning there but their numbers have thinned.


>> No. 426868 Anonymous
16th May 2019
Thursday 5:49 pm
/b/426868 Dream Thread Mk. II
Fitter when she was fat edition.

You know the drill lads. Here are a few helpful links in order to help you further your proficiency at dreaming, and hopefully elevate the quality of discussion about our nocturnal adventures:
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>> No. 427869 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 10:51 pm
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>Much in the same way a poo is wrong on your mum's face

Depends on the lad's mum.
>> No. 427874 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 9:36 am
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In some cases they're one and the same.
>> No. 427875 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 9:47 am
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I'm notifying HR about the direction this thread has taken.
>> No. 427914 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 12:56 am
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Hereditary Redheads?
Hosiery Recruits?
Heretic Romanians?

Coat gotten.
>> No. 427934 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 12:03 pm
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I was shooting people again. A Steyr with a weird red dot sight device that also provided magnification.
There were some good 800 metres between me and my targets. I remember having to compensate for the distance.
No idea what to make out of this. It was fun.


>> No. 83382 Anonymous
27th August 2017
Sunday 9:19 am
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Beleagured Theresa May 'to quit as Prime Minister on August 30, 2019 in a bid to stop a leadership challenge' - as she tries to calm rivals with a prosecco party at Chequers

Theresa May is said to have revealed the date she will quit as Prime Minister - giving herself two years to see Brexit through first.

She has chosen Friday August 30th 2019 as the day she will step down from 10 Downing Street, it has been reported.

It comes amid a major charm offensive by Mrs May in a bid to win the support of her MPs and avoid an awkward leadership challenge.

This man is going to become Prime Minister on 1st September 2019 and it's going to be fucking awesome.
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>> No. 86276 Anonymous
20th June 2019
Thursday 9:06 pm
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Apparently some of Johnson's supporters voted for Hunt to ensure that Gove wouldn't make it into the final two.

I think I'd actually prefer Johnson over Hunt.
>> No. 86281 Anonymous
20th June 2019
Thursday 11:32 pm
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I'll take chlamydia over Johnson any day.
>> No. 86282 Anonymous
20th June 2019
Thursday 11:40 pm
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As much as I loathe Hunt (the same way a miner would loathe Thatcher) even I have to admit. When you put him next to an ape like Johnson and that fucking snivelling deformed little twat Gove, he actually looks like a sensible candidate.
>> No. 86292 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 7:47 am
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Irn Bru and chips. That's the Scottish Tory vote secured.
>> No. 86293 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 11:29 am
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Why doesn't Boris just say "it was a personal matter, a row that got out of hand and a noise complaint was made", it's the way he's dancing around the issue that's making a mountain out of a mole hill. Is my assumption that it's symptom of his upper-class background in which all personal matters are buried deep as deep goes and ignored forever baseless? Like when David Cameron started crying when someone mentioned his dad that one time? It's just so strange that he'd let something so seemingly minor foul up his campaign like this.


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>> No. 63511 Crabkiller
21st June 2019
Friday 5:48 pm
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can hermes send parcels back through time now?
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>> No. 63549 Auntiefucker
24th June 2019
Monday 4:21 am
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Go big or go home.
>> No. 63550 Auntiefucker
24th June 2019
Monday 5:54 am
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That's so OTT looking why even own a gun? Guns are cool, that looks like a theodolite.
>> No. 63551 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 6:01 am
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>> No. 63552 Billbob
24th June 2019
Monday 6:44 am
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Competitive shooting is really fucking weird.


Put down your rifle and pick up a hoover m8.
>> No. 63553 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 10:12 am
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The biathlon event sounds pretty odd.


>> 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. 11941 Anonymous
21st June 2019
Friday 3:00 pm
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durrty goodz - more to the floor

>> No. 11944 Anonymous
21st June 2019
Friday 6:08 pm
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Treasure Fingers - Cross The Dancefloor

>> No. 11945 Anonymous
21st June 2019
Friday 6:13 pm
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DJ Blaqstarr - EPK

>> No. 11948 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 2:49 pm
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MGMT - Little Dark Age

>> No. 11954 Anonymous
24th June 2019
Monday 12:35 am
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Bauhaus - Bela Lugosi's Dead


>> No. 11069 Anonymous
13th July 2018
Friday 7:22 pm
/beat/11069 Hip hop head thread

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>> No. 11947 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 2:49 pm
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Outkast - Lookin 4 Ya

>> No. 11949 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 7:03 am
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Chance The Rapper - All Night

>> No. 11950 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 7:40 am
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Daedelus - Touchtone

>> No. 11952 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 7:14 pm
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Q Ball & Curt Cazal - My kind of Moves

>> No. 11953 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 7:15 pm
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Oh, that was a wordfilter.


>> No. 28675 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 1:49 pm
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I keep running up against a wall in my relationships with others, romantic and platonic, and a recent talk with my girlfriend made this clear.

In short: I internalised the fact that I am very much alone in the world from a very young age. A degree of emotional independence might be healthy, but I take it much too far. I struggle with the idea that anyone really has my back or wants to (or even can) support me. I have a lot of confidence in myself, not so much in others.

I could examine every little reason for and aspect of that, but I don't feel like I need to. I think it's a typical story: boy in a shite industrial town, hard-working but depressed parents. Lots of toxic relationships and traumatic experiences. Didn't or couldn't have much faith in the adults around me. Truthfully, for a long time I did not have anyone, so handled it by keeping things to myself. I'm sure this can be pathologised as avoidant personality or disordered attachment or whatever label you like, but that kind of analysis doesn't really interest me much.

The other side of the coin is that I'm also pretty bright, emotionally expressive, and sociable. I have a lot of interests and have mixed with many kinds of people. I like talking to and sharing life with others. I have built a very good life for myself in another location and am loving meeting people here.

The result is that I have a lot of friends and enjoy the companionship, but as soon as something rubs me the wrong way or I feel that people are no longer an "ally", the switch flips and I quite literally feel nothing for them but a very cold sense of distance. The best way I can describe it is anger, but viewed through a telescope.

I sometimes feel as though the same sensitivity and awareness that makes me so good at gabbing and becoming close with people is the exact same sensitivity which will put me on high alert if anyone indicates they might hurt me or let me down.

This understandably upsets and confuses people, especially girls I've become involved with. I really hate this. I hate hurting others. And to be quite honest, it doesn't seem fair to open up and unleash my "issues" on people, even if they want to know and help. Treating friends and partners like therapists is rarely a good idea.

I want to handle this responsibly. I don't see any romance in "damaged but charming" or any other stereotypee. Money is a bit tight for proper therapy right now, and I've found most therapists woefully inept in dealing with young men in particular. I know at least one of you will suggest CBT, and I won't reject it out of hand but it seems like an extremely dry and mechanical process. I have my reservations about it. So, what do I do?
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>> No. 28676 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 2:47 pm
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I'm going through something very similar. I think the only way you get over that wall is by making yourself vulnerable.

>And to be quite honest, it doesn't seem fair to open up and unleash my "issues" on people, even if they want to know and help.

Your friends are there for you to open up to and it's a little rude to keep people away like that.

>Treating friends and partners like therapists is rarely a good idea.

Asking friends to pick up some milk once in a while is fine, but expecting them to do your grocery shop week in, week out is rude. It's the same with talking about issues, friends do want to help and be helped.

I made the mistake of thinking that any opening up (or vulnerability) was wrong (that I shouldn't put my problems on other people, etc.). But, I greatly underestimated my own emotional intelligence.

I don't think you need therapy and I don't really see what it'd achieve. I think you just need to work on making yourself a bit more vulnerable here and there.
>> No. 28677 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 4:18 pm
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You might want to read up on attachment theory.


>> No. 63545 Crabkiller
23rd June 2019
Sunday 7:59 am
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they couldn't even begin to make a show this awesome nowadays
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>> No. 63546 Billbob
23rd June 2019
Sunday 9:29 am
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You can say the same thing about haircuts.


>> 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-


i.e. images you couldn't think to categorise in another thread but really want more people to see.
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>> No. 40789 Anonymous
21st June 2019
Friday 8:11 pm
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>> No. 40790 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 8:07 pm
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they look like fun
>> No. 40791 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 8:28 pm
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I saw a girl earlier and it really, really hit me that I really, really miss girls and ought to be doing something to rectify that. Christ, she was fit. I'm not sure if she was looking at me in revulsion or with conflicted attraction, but I'm telling myself it was the latter.

Also here's a girl who's obviously mad.
>> No. 40792 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 9:24 pm
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I've never dated a girl who wasn't willing to put on ears and a cat tail when we fucked. It's become sort of a deal breaker.

Just putting that out there.
>> No. 40793 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 11:04 pm
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Good way to weed out the vanillas tbh.


>> No. 427812 Anonymous
21st June 2019
Friday 6:18 pm
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This week’s puzzle marks the opening round of a national competition in which Guardian readers have traditionally performed strongly over many years.

You have to work out how White, playing as usual up the board in the diagram, can force checkmate in two moves, however Black defends.

The puzzle is the first stage of the Winton British Chess Solving Championship, organised by the British Chess Problem Society and open to any British resident. Entry is free and the prize fund will be at least £1,225.

It's the pawn to H8, right?
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>> No. 427849 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 11:26 am
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Yeah, and then that's mate in 3, not 2. Keep up.
>> No. 427853 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 1:26 pm
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Oh sorry you said e7 not e6. Yeah that's mate in 2 fair enough.

HOWEVER: if Black doesn't use the rook, and Qc6 as originally planned, then the queen can be captured from d7. So that's the whole thing out the window.

I'm starting to think this puzzle is impossible.
>> No. 427855 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 2:08 pm
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I'm wondering whether it can be brute-forced. The criteria here is essentially that for the correct white move, white has a mating response to every black move. In this position, there are 38 legal moves for white and 13 moves for black, but some of the white moves are checks which narrow down the possibilities for black. For example, after Rf5+ the only legal move is Nxf5.

If black doesn't use the rook, it has to move something else.
e7 Nf5 Rxf5#
e7 N{f3,g2} Rf5#
e7 Rf8 exf8Q#
e7 d[65] Re6#
e7 c6 Qd6#

I don't think there's an immediate mate from e7 g6 though.
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22nd June 2019
Saturday 2:51 pm
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>> No. 427861 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 4:21 pm
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D'oh! In that case, I think we have our answer. 1. e7 ... leads to inevitable mate in one.


>> No. 3223 Anonymous
18th February 2013
Monday 7:58 pm
/£$€¥/3223 Bitcoins
Have any of you bought Bitcoins or spoken to anybody that has?

The underlying principle of removing the role of the banking industry from transactions (or at least limiting its influence) seems noble but it stinks of a giant scam IMO.
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>> No. 7333 Anonymous
5th April 2018
Thursday 1:47 pm
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>My money bloke always says 'if they're talking about it, you're three months late' which seems to hold pretty true.

You could also call it the stock price paradox.

Given enough time, most stocks will almost invariably go up. But when you get in, they will almost never go up. At least not right away, and that's what discourages many investors who then get out as the stock tumbles. But only to see the stock climb again and far beyond their sell point in a few months' time.

In the short term, it's almost impossible to tell, especially for a small retail investor, which way a stock will go. And it's also why short-term traders fail, because those who dictate stock prices have realised it's a magnificently easy way to empty the pockets of more gullible investors who think they can make money betting on short-term ups and downs. It doesn't matter what you do, you have no way of winning this game.

It'd be easy to think all you'd have to do is buy stocks that are down or otherwise cheap, but the problem is that you might well end up buying a stock that either isn't going to do much for the next five years, or if a stock is in a downward trend, you simply have no way of telling if it's going to go down another 20 percent before it really picks up speed to the upside again. Trends tend to perpetuate themselves. Until the day they don't.

What you need in the stock market nowadays more than ever is bulletproof nerves of steel that will allow you to hold on to a stock that you think is promising even if it slides ten percent in one day. And you need infinite patience. Sadly, those two are still no guarantee that you will be earning a noteworthy profit in the long term. But they are pretty much the conditio sine qua non of stock investing.
>> No. 7334 Anonymous
5th April 2018
Thursday 2:07 pm
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> me and my mates did end up making a couple of grand each just by having what amounted to loose change sat in our Dream Market wallets a few years ago. Pissed it all away on more drugs, like.

At the height of the bitcoin price bubble I worked out what all the btc I'd spent on drugs, just in 2015 alone, would have been worth. Then I cried a bit. Good job I didn't have a way to work it out all the way back to 2012.
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5th April 2018
Thursday 5:21 pm
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The way I see it, it was money I never expected to have anyway. I might feel differently if I was struggling for money though, I suppose.
>> No. 7336 Anonymous
15th April 2018
Sunday 7:40 pm
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There is this new satoshi dice address for BTC.
Address is bc1quykuahxrjx6d3h6ga4rkyg0hl5e59tcthqyhw6.

I found this while scanning pastebin

Here are the instructions on how to verify the provably fair roll.
>> No. 7607 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 3:33 pm
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You guys remember when the price of tulips recovered?


>> No. 63506 Crabkiller
21st June 2019
Friday 4:34 pm
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why do bulbs have computers in them nowadays?

do they connect to the internet too?
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>> No. 63529 YubYub
22nd June 2019
Saturday 9:11 am
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>My first thought was that they should have just added a reset button to the bulb, but that's not great if the bulb is in a high or awkward fitting - the reset sequence won't work unless the bulb is powered on, so you might have people up a ladder trying to find a tiny button on a hot bulb while being blinded by the glare. That's a lawsuit waiting to happen.

You are making it sound more complex then it is it isn't any more difficult then changing a light bulb.
Also I think 'smart bulbs' are LED and therefore don't generate much heat.
And finally that it doesn't reset every other bulb on the same lighting circuit which might be relevant.

A small switch is the solution but I am willing to believe the people who build the hardware aren't the same people who make the software so largely ignore each others needs and might not even be in the same country and company let alone the same factory and key parts of hard ware might even be for other purposes that they bastardised because it was significantly cheaper than building their own.
>> No. 63532 Samefag
22nd June 2019
Saturday 11:08 am
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Just because it's easy to change a light bulb where you're using them, doesn't mean that it's always easy.
Although, don't these things present an AP for first configuration? Does that get disabled once configured? Seems daft if so.
A sensible person might campaign for bot a switch and a secret handshake, if you really do need to be able to reauthnticate like this.
>> No. 63535 Searchfag
22nd June 2019
Saturday 12:01 pm
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Surely you don't want 25 spurious APs in each house clogging up the already busy 2.4/5GHz wavelengths? That sounds like a recipe for interference.
>> No. 63538 Auntiefucker
22nd June 2019
Saturday 2:04 pm
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>> No. 63539 YubYub
22nd June 2019
Saturday 2:09 pm
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I'd rather just use a light switch.


>> No. 63515 Auntiefucker
21st June 2019
Friday 6:32 pm
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>> No. 63520 Paedofag
21st June 2019
Friday 10:58 pm
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Looks like it's made out of the fluff you find in the tumble dryer.
>> No. 63521 R4GE
21st June 2019
Friday 11:32 pm
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>this one can never run away

neither can real ones if you cut their Achilles tendon.
>> No. 63533 YubYub
22nd June 2019
Saturday 11:15 am
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It looks like a hive of bugs in the shoulder.
>> No. 63534 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 11:23 am
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What's the SCP number for this?
>> No. 63536 YubYub
22nd June 2019
Saturday 1:17 pm
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Indeed, it's a really menacing juxtaposition from the mostly dead flowers he's jammed into it.

I can't tell if it's more mental to do this in earnest or as a joke. I suppose I'd have to call it about even on the nutty scale.


>> No. 84895 Anonymous
9th February 2019
Saturday 8:13 am
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Jimmy Saville: My new Brexit party stands ready to defend democracy

'Thousands of Tory party members' to defect to Jimmy Saville's Brexit Party as it gets official approval

Rebel Labour MPs set to quit party and form centre group
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>> No. 86287 Anonymous
21st June 2019
Friday 10:38 pm
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The forger gives themselves away with the date in the top right. Look at the slant of the letters and the last two numerals - they're clearly written by an adult who has learned cursive. No ten-year-old who is precocious enough to write to Jimmy saville would need (or allow) an adult to write the date for them.

Otherwise, it's a good effort, likely written by someone who has a child of about that age - the pre-cursive letterforms in the main text are spot on.
>> No. 86288 Anonymous
21st June 2019
Friday 10:45 pm
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>write to Jimmy saville

It was one of you lads writing to Nige for a joke, wasn't it? No ten year old in this country has a mate called Jim.
>> No. 86289 Anonymous
21st June 2019
Friday 11:20 pm
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Genuinely don't want to live on this planet anymore.
>> No. 86290 Anonymous
21st June 2019
Friday 11:24 pm
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Though it does look like he spilled ice cream over his address, so you never know.
>> No. 86291 Anonymous
22nd June 2019
Saturday 11:18 am
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The give away is to me the way it is written satisfies all the desires of the audience. It is bad character writing in that it doesnt come from expression of an inner voice. That said children learn to 'say the right thing' to satisfy any adults around them so that could explain it. I remember how 'smart' I was considered for saying the right thing at that age about religion, when I formed my own opinions and became an atheist I was stupid again. So there is a possibility they are just parrots rather than the forgery of adults.


>> No. 5003 Anonymous
6th September 2011
Tuesday 6:40 pm
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>> No. 28464 Anonymous
22nd March 2019
Friday 11:55 am
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>> No. 28465 Anonymous
22nd March 2019
Friday 12:12 pm
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It really bothers me that Americans call shit "duty".
>> No. 28466 Anonymous
22nd March 2019
Friday 2:05 pm
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I thought it was "doodie" but just sounds like they're saying duty because their accents are fucked.
>> No. 28577 Anonymous
22nd May 2019
Wednesday 8:19 pm
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>> No. 28684 Anonymous
21st June 2019
Friday 12:56 pm
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I've lost my trail of thought.


>> 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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