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>> No. 426479 Anonymous
7th May 2019
Tuesday 4:54 pm
/b/426479 Name of the song?
Just placed my first ever proper bet. Come on Darude, don't let me down!
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>> No. 426540 Anonymous
8th May 2019
Wednesday 5:48 pm
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>roughly the same sort of person who shares Bake Off memes on Facebook.

I always thought the fan base of Eurovision was mainly poofs. Or do gays do that as well these days?
>> No. 426548 Anonymous
8th May 2019
Wednesday 6:36 pm
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Yesterday you lads had me to throw away a tenner on this and the picture of Greta eating hummus wrong influenced me into eating some myself before bed which, in turn, led to heartburn and a poorly tummy for most of the day.

Is this all part of your masterplan?

What's it like living in a world without campy fun?
>> No. 426558 Anonymous
8th May 2019
Wednesday 10:15 pm
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Is this all part of your masterplan?

>> No. 426808 Anonymous
15th May 2019
Wednesday 8:41 am
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Did we win?
>> No. 426809 Anonymous
15th May 2019
Wednesday 11:18 am
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>> No. 425508 Anonymous
30th March 2019
Saturday 10:00 am
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This might well be a daft question but, if I flew to Japan, bought a bike there, stuck it in a bike bag as my luggage and flew it back here, am I supposed to declare that? It'd be taxed if I had it delivered, so I assume so. But would they notice? Would anyone figure out I'd just bought the bike over there and hadn't just been returning with my own bike? It'd be hard to prove either way which country I bought it in as it'd be second hand anyway.
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>> No. 426785 Anonymous
14th May 2019
Tuesday 1:01 pm
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Quality wordfilter, mods. I meant to say "yoshi aki".
>> No. 426786 Anonymous
14th May 2019
Tuesday 1:13 pm
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I have no clue what either of that means, or why it would even necessitate a word filter.
>> No. 426793 Anonymous
14th May 2019
Tuesday 6:49 pm
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Speak English.
>> No. 426795 Anonymous
14th May 2019
Tuesday 7:37 pm
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You missed the space between the two words, forming another word in the middle of them.
>> No. 426796 Anonymous
14th May 2019
Tuesday 7:49 pm
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I'm just going to type Mi'kmaq to confirm to myself I've worked that out correctly.


>> No. 25832 Anonymous
24th September 2017
Sunday 10:16 pm
/101/25832 BRITFA.GS /101/ MARK VII Locked
The old thread is well over 30MB, so I think we're due a new one.

Some cunt threw a firecracker in front of my bike today. If I hadn't seen the little scrote and his little scrote mates running I wouldn't have noticed until it was too late.
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>> No. 28566 Anonymous
14th May 2019
Tuesday 8:31 am
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I need to stop doing deep-dives into bigoted teen eskimo Tweeter. Shit's too retarded.
>> No. 28567 Anonymous
14th May 2019
Tuesday 1:07 pm
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I'm learning to be obsequious in Mandarin. It probably won't save me from the forced labour camps, but it might earn me an extra bowl of rice while I'm there.

>他做到了! 杀死叛徒!
>> No. 28568 Anonymous
14th May 2019
Tuesday 1:22 pm
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You turncoat bastard, I'll have your hide before I take their rice!
>> No. 28569 Anonymous
14th May 2019
Tuesday 2:03 pm
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>> No. 28570 Anonymous
14th May 2019
Tuesday 5:27 pm
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The cyclist today who saw an older lady crossing the road at a t-junction and approached it at near full speed, purposefully moving so his path was aligned with hers so he could go 'Watch it!' before cycling straight out of the junction and nearly being sidelined by a taxi with right of way.

I am a huge, huge fan of getting more people to cycle but some London cyclists can be a little bellicose at times and misunderstand their commute to work for the first stage of the Tour De France.


>> No. 63226 Searchfag
9th May 2019
Thursday 12:05 pm
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Broken Britain.
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>> No. 63285 Crabkiller
13th May 2019
Monday 9:41 am
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I think part of reaching a truly mature understanding of politics and the impact of sensitive, controversial, and divisive subjects like race, is reaching an understanding of why and how otherwise decent people can come to hold beliefs you find abhorrent. my younger self, and it seems in similar way you, would have found it irreconcilable to think that people with opposing beliefs to my own might have an equally valid position, but morality is entirely relative.

i think i reached a kind of self-discovery during a debate about cultural imperialism. would it be wrong of the west to intervene in a country such as saudi arabia, where a great many things we would see as human rights abuses are just part of daily life? the present day mainstream western aversion to race issues can be perceived as nothing more than a wish to stuff the issue in the back of a cupboard, out of sight and out of mind; and like white people always have done, we feel like we have the right and the duty to impose our way of thinking on everyone.

i'm not saying you should have let your uncle be racist, but i reckon you might find it easier to interpret and navigate those situations if you give some consideration to how the mind of a racist works, without the presupposition that they are indeed just a nasty old racist. i've spent time with many people of different ethnic persuasions over the years, thanks to working in places full of asians or living in areas of high immigration- and the one thing they all seem to have in common is a much less precocious attitude about race than your average middle class white person, who is terrified that they might one day do or say something that could be seen that way, and expresses shock or concern on other people's behalf.

i'm not sure where i was going with this so i'm saging.
>> No. 63286 Anonymous
13th May 2019
Monday 2:15 pm
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What's with all the lengthy shitposting on this board lately? How am I supposed to show my badass genius in response to such diatribes?
>> No. 63287 Billbob
13th May 2019
Monday 3:58 pm
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We have always encouraged a better class of verbose, grammatical, polite shitpost. It's our raison d'etre.
>> No. 63288 Auntiefucker
13th May 2019
Monday 4:18 pm
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>> No. 63289 YubYub
13th May 2019
Monday 4:44 pm
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>> 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. 13124 Anonymous
12th May 2019
Sunday 7:21 pm
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Just so we're clear, you're not talking about a fruit n' nut chocolate bar?
>> No. 13125 Anonymous
12th May 2019
Sunday 7:24 pm
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I fucking hate the word "candy". I can't help but hear it in a comically exaggerated American accent in my head.
>> No. 13126 Anonymous
12th May 2019
Sunday 8:02 pm
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This sounds like the build up to someone going postal.
>> No. 13127 Anonymous
12th May 2019
Sunday 8:07 pm
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Raisins with my chocolate, it's healthy and a snack. What's wrong with that.

just fruit and nuts crushed into a bar

I just hate people using me as an excuse to do something. If they want to eat the biscuits just eat them. I hate this pretence that somebody doing something normal has 'forced' them or the whole thing where I bring in a breakfast roll and they pretend that they are fighting an inner battle not to go get one when we all know they will.
>> No. 13128 Anonymous
13th May 2019
Monday 1:05 pm
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There's a woman who constantly takes up about a fifth of the fridge because she'll bring in a massive bag for life full of food to sustain her during the three days per week she actually works. For some reason, I'm assuming because she's elderly and has been here longer than anyone else, most people see this as one of the 'cute' things she does.


>> No. 22578 Anonymous
5th March 2019
Tuesday 6:30 pm
/v/22578 LINE OF DUTY
Line of Duty, anyone? Series 5 is coming up soon, I can't fucking wait. Just binged series 1-4 in preparation, it's on Netflix now!
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>> No. 22731 Anonymous
9th May 2019
Thursday 1:26 pm
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It's not the worst offender, but it does have its fair share of orange and teal going on.
>> No. 22732 Anonymous
9th May 2019
Thursday 1:49 pm
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It's not "orange and teal" it's just grey. It looks like my telly's knackered.
>> No. 22733 Anonymous
9th May 2019
Thursday 3:08 pm
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Dunno' lads, this show seems a bit shit, the tone's all over the shop. I might just watch A Touch of Frost again.

A fuckin' kddie just robbed the shoes off a lynched drug dealer, Robocop isn't this OTT.
>> No. 22734 Anonymous
9th May 2019
Thursday 4:58 pm
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That's the "teal" half of the equation. Evidently there isn't much sunshine on the Central Police patch. Lots of the indoor scenes have a red-orange look to them, as do the night scenes (understandable with sodium lighting).

Not really a proper spoiler, but in later series we see inside the Deputy Chief Constable's office, and it's heavy on wooden panelling. Very orangey.
>> No. 22736 Anonymous
12th May 2019
Sunday 2:05 am
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Finally reached the end of series 5. Turns out I'd pegged the "who" very early on even before the massive hint that she'd been a defence solicitor previously. I've already got my suspicions about the sequel hook. If the "fourth Dot" is the PCC or the DCC I'll be somewhat disappointed.


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>> No. 3942 Anonymous
19th May 2012
Saturday 8:34 pm
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Do any of you follow the NHL, IIHF World Championship, or even the British Elite League? It's such a shame that ice hockey isn't more popular over here. It's much more exciting to watch than football or rugby.
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>> No. 7955 Anonymous
17th September 2016
Saturday 8:58 pm
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The more you watch it the better you get at following the puck. Better quality streams help:
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19th September 2016
Monday 12:54 am
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Unbeaten, top of the league, bloody brilliant. Home game against Sheffield Steeldogs next Sunday, going to be rowdy no doubt.
>> No. 8831 Anonymous
10th May 2019
Friday 4:10 pm
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Britain made it through to the IIHF world championship for the first time since 1994. We're playing Germany tomorrow at 15:15.

It's coming home, it's coming home, it's coming- hockey's coming home.
>> No. 8832 Anonymous
10th May 2019
Friday 9:48 pm
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It's one of those sports (like cricket) that you can't really deeply comprehend unless you have been physically present in a stadium and understood how fast, distant, difficult the shots are.

A single day at Lords will completely change your view of Test Match Special on Radio 4, as you'll have a deep understanding of what they're describing - I think it's the same with hockey and basketball on video, you don't really understand or appreciate what is going on until you've seen the entire picture in person.
>> No. 8833 Anonymous
11th May 2019
Saturday 1:23 am
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Hockey is easier to understand on TV, as they actually explain what a power play is if you're new to the rules and you get to see the same replay the ref sees during call challenges.

I regularly go watch EIHL games and I'm a Glasgow Clan fan. The British team is managed by our manager, Pete Russel.


>> No. 22512 Anonymous
5th December 2018
Wednesday 7:18 pm
/v/22512 What are you watching?
We've got a what are you listening to and what are you playing thread, so what are you lads watching?

I've just watched Starship Troopers, not realising it was directed by the same fella that directed RoboCop, and thought that the 'in-universe TV' scenes were uncannily familiar.

Quite enjoyed it though, though I think they could have done with a bit more subversion and a bit less cheese.
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>> No. 22629 Anonymous
16th April 2019
Tuesday 11:06 am
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It’s a parody film, so you need to have at least a passing familiarity with the source material to get it.
>> No. 22636 Anonymous
16th April 2019
Tuesday 10:15 pm
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It was like a really, really, really boring version of Crank.
>> No. 22637 Anonymous
17th April 2019
Wednesday 12:10 am
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I remember being disapointed when I watched it. Is it just that the acting is awful, or is it just bad writing? It reminded me of pre turn of the millenium videogame with a bad translation for all the wrong reasons.
>> No. 22638 Anonymous
17th April 2019
Wednesday 12:36 am
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My main issues with it were too much shaky cam and the violence being so repetitive that you disengage and lose interest. It did suffer from poor writing, as the film dragged and there was very little reason to care about Henry, his backstory and his quest to uncover the truth/seek vengeance.
>> No. 22735 Anonymous
11th May 2019
Saturday 12:58 am
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Just rewatched Letterkenny.

It's one of the only shows that makes me consistently laugh out loud. Some of the cultural references and slang take a while to get (or you need to look them up), but it's endlessly quoteable and so intensely deadpan.

My one qualm is that lead character is also the writer and director, and always writes himself getting the girl and winning the fight. There is very little tension.


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>> No. 5995 Anonymous
10th May 2019
Friday 10:51 am
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Is there a type of hat like this in the real world?
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>> No. 5996 Anonymous
10th May 2019
Friday 10:53 am
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It slightly reminds me of a flapper hat.
>> No. 5997 Anonymous
10th May 2019
Friday 11:15 am
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>> No. 5998 Anonymous
10th May 2019
Friday 11:21 am
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>> No. 2769 Anonymous
9th May 2019
Thursday 11:17 pm
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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. 22784 Anonymous
5th April 2019
Friday 2:12 am
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I posted a while ago about some of the older Total War games updating to include all their DLC. It was mostly unit packs so I wasn't too bothered, but I decided to check out Napoleon's Penisular campaign and it's realy good fun. I thought it'd be the regular capaign only on a different map, but because it's the same amount of provinces with fewer resources, you actually end up conquering differently. Agents feel more important because of the pro or anti-French sentiment you have to manage, and it's far harder, at least so far, to reach the tipping point that occurs in the main campaign where you become on unstoppable wrecking ball, mostly because there's always something slipping past your big armies to raid something. As the British you can also recruit local Portugese and Spanish forces, which I like to see because it really diversifies what your army can do, and what it looks like (that sounds minor but endless rows of redcoats and the same two cavalry units can get very boring, very fast). And I haven't encountered any perfectly flat areas of the map yet, which is a major bugbear of mine about the main campaign, as all of Southern Italy and the British isles are perfectly flat for some reason.

The main problem is that the campaign AI still sucks, and the Portugese and Spanish allies themselves don't do much of anything, and will sometimes actively impede you by sitting on a brige and forcing you to go around the entire river. I've also seen a couple of French doomstacks just wander by my armies like pillaging a farmstead was more important.

Thank you for reading my review of a eight year old DLC, please give it a like and check out my Patreon linked down below.
>> No. 22785 Anonymous
5th April 2019
Friday 5:37 pm
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Napoleon is my favourite Total War of the lot, I reckon, and I say that even as a lifelong Warhammer nut. I'm not sure if that's because it was actually good, or if it was just the last one before the series itself went to shit, but I have a massive soft spot for it.

It suffers from some similar problems to Shogun 2 where the factions feel too similar (ooh, these foot regiments have an accuracy stat of 85 rather than 80, good grief. How unique) but ironically I think it was a type of warfare and an era that suited the engine and the turn based strategic overview best. I enjoyed how it was more manoeuvre based than just charging your rock/paper/scissors blobs of guys at each other.

I did hate some of the quirks, like how the AI would sometimes just sneak something like a single unit of foot on its own past your armies and you'd end up with this annoying little army just walking around teabagging all your farms and universities at the furthest corner of the map. But at least it didn't quite so blatantly cheat to appear challenging, like it has to in the recent ones.
>> No. 22813 Anonymous
25th April 2019
Thursday 4:07 pm
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"Baba Is You". It's a neat little puzzle game. In a Sokoban style playing field, there are items and a few kinds of "rule" blocks. These consist of nouns, verbs and attributes and can be arranged to change how the game behaves. The aim of the game is to get the noun that is "YOU" to be on the field that is "WIN".

Screenshot is a (badly stitched together, mea culpa) tutorial level. The "Baba is you" near the bottom left means that Baba, the white rabbit character, is currently you, the player. The other existing chain "Wall is stop" means walls stop things (including the player). Use the rabbit to punt any of the words from "Wall is stop" out of alignment and the rule no longer applies, i.e. "wall" is no longer "stop". From there, you can assemble "Flag is win" and hop onto the flag for a simple solution. If you're feeling a bit more whimsical, though, you could arrange it as "Wall is you" and "Baba is win" and then move the wall onto the rabbit. Or declare that "Wall is flag" to turn every wall tile into a flag, then declare "Flag is win" and take your pick. I hope you get the idea.

The only contraint is that something must always be "you". You don't lose immediately if nothing is you, but you can take no further action unless something else re-assembles an "X is you". It's quick to reset the maps and you can rewind as many steps as you want at any time, even after "death".

After 60 hours or so played it's hard to argue I don't enjoy the game, but your sentiment of
> The previous games made me feel like I was being taught, here I feel like I'm being told. That's alright, but it's not as fun.

hits the nail on its head. I've reached the final boss of the Immortal Severance ending and I think I might drop it here. I enjoyed the non-boss content of the game right to the end but for the most part the bosses were challenging not (just) because they are difficult but because fighting them quickly became tedious. The boss I'm on right now for example has a phase one which, after a few tries, is just a tedious chore and delayed attacks after telegraphing, quite reminiscent of DS3's Nameless King.

A minor correction here from my earlier comment, by the way: "proper" boss runs are universally short, mini-boss runs on the other hand range from fine to dreadful. They often involve clearing the arena before it's safe to engage and, of course, if you fail then it's time to do it again, stupid!1 Juzou the Drunkard and Seven Ashina Spears are particularly egregious examples, in my opinion.

> a particular unblockable sword skill
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>> No. 22827 Anonymous
1st May 2019
Wednesday 3:38 pm
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Started playing Trails Of Cold Steel. It's supposed to be about 60-80 hours long, which is a big investment, but so far it seems fairly interesting. Came with a decent sized full colour manual, which is a rarity in this day and age. Brought back memories of going into town with my mum as a kid, buying a new game, and reading the manual on the way home. It's a shame most big publishers have done away with manuals.
>> No. 22836 Anonymous
9th May 2019
Thursday 6:17 pm
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Continuing to spend my time on UT2004. I've discovered Onslaught maps that feature the bloody Leviathan.
It's tough. Lots of armour - 5,000 hp, compare to 800 hp of the Goliath, the in-game tank variant, which is a formidable opponent itself. Still, not that tough if used incorrectly or left without ground/aerial support. The main plasma cannon delivers devastating damage at the cost of making the vehicle stationary and precluding the driver from using homing rockets. That makes it rather vulnerable to air and artillery attacks.

It's lots of fun to drive it on the ONS-Severance. All it takes to win is to get to the enemy base with enough hitpoints to deploy the main cannon and waste the core in just two shots. That 'just' will be a tense time period as the cannon charges slowly; the road towards the core even more so, it's the whole fleet of tanks, helos and other battle machinery against you plus the small arms fire. You're golden if you managed to grab a Redeemer en route and hopped off just before the tank explodes from incessant fire. Very annoying for the opposing side even if you didn't blow the core right then.

Sage because I feel like that HL2/cake lad from the XKCD comic strip.


>> No. 22298 Anonymous
24th March 2018
Saturday 9:07 pm
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I know I'm a bit late to the party but I'm considering getting either a PS4 or an Xbox One. I'm assuming these days there's little difference between the two other than having the odd exclusive title. I've seen a few Xbox One bundles in the region of £150 - £200 so I'll probably go for one of them as they're cheaper than what I've seen for the PS4.

Have I left it too late, as in are the next generation of consoles expected any day now? Also, which games do you lads recommend? I'm a bit out of the loop with gaming.
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>> No. 22831 Anonymous
8th May 2019
Wednesday 11:52 pm
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You seem angry that video games are becoming more affordable and accessible. Did you really think the £60 AAA disc release was the optimal, fairest solution to gaming?

I'm not a fan of micro-transactions and will pretty much avoid any game that has made them integral to the experience - I will never play Shadow of War, even though they've 'fixed' that now, but you know what, that's okay, because I also now get to pay six quid a month to access an increasingly impressive digital game library.

I will be annoyed if the prices of digital releases don't drop in the next few years, mind. I'd much rather every single game in the world had a cosmetic loot crate system in it if it actually subsidised the sticker price of the game, but as it stands it's still slightly more expensive to download a game than it is to get the disc, which is all sorts of daft. I do have hope the shift towards disc free consoles will herald a more 'steam sale' approach to the digital console marketplaces. Time will tell.
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9th May 2019
Thursday 4:03 am
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They're still adding microtransactions to £60 AAA titles. They're selling £100 premium versions of those games, because loads of content has been carved off as day-one DLC and £60 doesn't get you the full game. The whole industry has gone fucking mental.
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9th May 2019
Thursday 1:16 pm
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No lad. Just pirate it instead of paying. Were fortunate enough to live in an age where you can have your cake and eat it- You can vote with your wallet and still have the game. If you pretend that that's somehow morally wrong then you're either sheltered, naive, or both.

Videogames make silly money. If we want them to improve the only way to do it is to stop incentivising the greed by buying into it. You're not going to be putting some poor starving Dev out of a job- There's a separate discussion to be had there about unionisation for developers and rebalancing the role of publishers and executives etc.

Indie games gave us a brief hope but they're really just AAA lite by this point. Support small devs. Think of it like you would the music industry- You support the bands you like by buying their shit and going to gigs, but they make fuck all off your Spotify subscription so you literally might as well pirate it. The only benefit you get from that is the moral high ground.
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9th May 2019
Thursday 5:14 pm
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>Did you really think the £60 AAA disc release was the optimal, fairest solution to gaming?
I'd have to answer yes. If your disposable income is near zero, £10 is as inaccessible as £60. If the whole game is on one disk, you get a pretty equitable breakdown where people who could afford to pay usually did, and people who couldn't would pirate. It's something I've always appreciated about games as a hobby in a way - other than the hardware costs there was a sort of equality about it all that you don't find in a lot of other hobbies.

There's perhaps an argument that it's not sustainable but I'm increasingly coming to the view that most of the best games have already been made.
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9th May 2019
Thursday 5:25 pm
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There was always preowned, too. The live service/digital distribution model conveniently kills that dead.

I can only see it as entitlement on the part of the publishers. They were already making plenty of money but they see it as their right to make even more money, year after year, forever. Not just in games, to be fair, but other digital software. We've lost the inherently democratic nature of a product being something you buy and subsequently own, and can do as you see fit with. It baffles me really that people are just fine with it.

In our hellish dystopia of a future, you're going to have to pay a subscription for the DRM on your Google Mind, and every time they release a patch you'll go blind until they reboot the servers. This is how it starts.


>> No. 5883 Anonymous
6th April 2011
Wednesday 5:52 pm
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Why do a lot of people seem to rave about Nando's?

My friends think I'm a freak because I very rarely eat Subway or Nando's; as far I can tell it's just, not especially good quality, grilled chicken that has been marinated in peri-peri sauce. Am I missing something here?
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>> No. 13014 Anonymous
9th May 2019
Thursday 12:53 am
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>the cafe worker asked if I wanted it with beans, peas or 'mushies' and I am still not convinced that referring to mushy peas as 'mushies' is actually a thing
You know how sometimes a weed dealer will work in fast food and give you a bag if you use a code word when ordering your food?
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9th May 2019
Thursday 6:55 am
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>> No. 13016 Anonymous
9th May 2019
Thursday 12:59 pm
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Let me rephrase;
You know how sometimes on TV a weed dealer will work in fast food and give TV people a bag if they use a code word when ordering their food?
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9th May 2019
Thursday 1:28 pm
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>> No. 13018 Anonymous
9th May 2019
Thursday 2:16 pm
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It happens in real life too. If you ask for the special pizza at the Happy Chip in Newcastle they'll sell you pills.


>> No. 425641 Anonymous
4th April 2019
Thursday 6:29 pm
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Lads, it's that time of year again. Choose your filly.
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>> No. 425679 Anonymous
5th April 2019
Friday 9:11 pm
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Who wore it best?
>> No. 425680 Anonymous
5th April 2019
Friday 9:19 pm
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You mean which turd has been polished the best?

Those flabby tits on the left look a bit sad.
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5th April 2019
Friday 9:57 pm
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I think it's more a case of sprinkling glitter on a turd than polishing it.
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5th April 2019
Friday 10:07 pm
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It's still going to stink either way.
>> No. 426560 Anonymous
9th May 2019
Thursday 11:49 am
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Once we are going to have a generation of grandmas with wrinkly arses and tarty tats about them.


>> No. 19168 Anonymous
9th May 2019
Thursday 1:15 am
/news/19168 Who to Sue When a Robot Loses Your Fortune

>The idea of a fully automated money manager inspired Li instantly. He met Costa for dinner three days later, saying in an e-mail beforehand that the AI fund “is exactly my kind of thing.”

>Over the following months, Costa shared simulations with Li showing K1 making double-digit returns, although the two now dispute the thoroughness of the back-testing. Li eventually let K1 manage $2.5 billion—$250 million of his own cash and the rest leverage from Citigroup Inc. The plan was to double that over time.

>But Li’s affection for K1 waned almost as soon as the computer started trading in late 2017. By February 2018, it was regularly losing money, including over $20 million in a single day—Feb. 14—due to a stop-loss order Li’s lawyers argue wouldn’t have been triggered if K1 was as sophisticated as Costa led him to believe.
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>> No. 19169 Anonymous
9th May 2019
Thursday 1:27 am
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His face looks like it's made out of the same plastic as cheap shopping bags.


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>> No. 4521 Anonymous
10th July 2018
Tuesday 12:27 pm
/boo/4521 PIZZAGATE

I believe him.

I expect the reputation management crew to be here any minute.
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>> No. 4788 Anonymous
18th April 2019
Thursday 3:13 pm
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>> No. 4800 Anonymous
24th April 2019
Wednesday 1:50 am
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I thought that was a tin-foil hat.
>> No. 4801 Anonymous
8th May 2019
Wednesday 7:39 am
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>> No. 4802 Anonymous
8th May 2019
Wednesday 1:09 pm
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Is he trying to get a copyright strike?
>> No. 4803 Anonymous
8th May 2019
Wednesday 2:58 pm
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If he did, it would plainly be Rupert Murdoch in collusion with the police and YouTube causing his copyright strike. He made a diss song to his trolls using D12's Shit On You instrumental and it's completely disappeared now so I'd guess that was a copyright thing.


>> No. 63191 Are Moaty
6th May 2019
Monday 2:05 pm
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>Overweight survivor of Russian plane inferno 'blocked others from escaping' as hero stewardess pushed people out of jet which bounced down runway before bursting into flames, killing 41 people

Imagine being unable to escape from a burning plane all because you're trapped behind some fatty blocking the aisle.
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>> No. 63221 Auntiefucker
7th May 2019
Tuesday 7:30 pm
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You are Sam from Wendover and I claim my £5. Or a free year of whatever you're selling this month.
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7th May 2019
Tuesday 8:46 pm
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>> No. 63223 Moralfag
7th May 2019
Tuesday 8:52 pm
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I genuinely know of someone moving from Ossett to Flockton because there's too many non-white faces in Ossett. That's 98% white British Ossett.
>> No. 63224 Anonymous
7th May 2019
Tuesday 10:21 pm
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Afraid not. Tell me about this Sam though. Sounds like a character.
>> No. 63225 Are Moaty
8th May 2019
Wednesday 1:24 pm
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you'd have thought he wants to get further away from huddersfield/dewsbury if it's the browns he hates. is he dense?

tell him he wants to move to wakey. we don't have many of them here at all, but all the shops sell tyskie.


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>> No. 4568 Anonymous
7th May 2019
Tuesday 5:02 pm
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Is the Pythagoras Theorem the most beautiful theorem of all?
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>> No. 4569 Anonymous
7th May 2019
Tuesday 5:55 pm
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Not if you have a phobia of corners.
>> No. 4570 Anonymous
7th May 2019
Tuesday 6:44 pm
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No it is scandalously controversial. He most likely didn't invet it and took credit for it like one of his many other outrageous claims, like having a golden thigh, telling off a bear, and being the son of Apollo.


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>> No. 5641 Anonymous
21st September 2016
Wednesday 10:24 pm
/poof/5641 Hair loss and what to do
Since hitting my mid-twenties, my hair on top is thinning, which I'm pretty sure is male pattern hair loss. Seems to me there must be plenty of poofs that've gone through this so I thought I'd ask for some advice.

I'm not really that upset about it, I did use finasteride for 4 weeks but there doesn't seem to have been an improvement. So I'm ready to just suck it up and accept the loss.

What I'm unsure about now is how to carry it. Asking for my normal haircut, which I've had for about a decade, is no longer possible. Are there people I could rely on to advise me on how best I should carry it? E.g. full slaphead, number 3 all over, etc. I just don't trust myself to make a good call and once you commit to a drastic haircut like that, you live with the consequences a bit.
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>> No. 5759 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 4:09 pm
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>Shave and be proud

I have no qualms with that, to be fair.

Appreciate the shaver recommendation, but would you happen to know the best battery powered one? I'm an international businessman you know.
>> No. 5760 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 7:51 pm
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>best battery powered one

Never seen a good one. You actually need quite a lot of power to get a good head shave, when it is short it is stubbly and beardy and you need a perfect cut else it a) hurts and b) looks terrible. The baldfader is the best out there.

You can try razoring it too for a really close shave, but it takes a while to make it look good, a bit too long for me in the shower in the morning, so I use the baldfader on grade 0 twice a week, with grade 1 for the beard - it comes with all the attachments and doo-dahs. Use the razor for dates/interviews..
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25th March 2018
Sunday 8:25 pm
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>I'm an international businessman don't you know
>> No. 5762 Anonymous
26th March 2018
Monday 7:06 am
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>You actually need quite a lot of power to get a good head shave

Fair play. I've done a grade 0 on a generic battery powered one before, and it's alright but it's definitely a bit 'fuzzy'.

I'll get one, they're cheap enough too. There's a hilarious review of it on amazon, a bloke has posted three pictures of his head with a few tiny red splotches, and has complained in all caps about how it's nearly killed him. The shave looks great though.
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7th May 2019
Tuesday 2:01 pm
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It took me more than a year to take your advice but I finally bought a Baldfader - the slightly updated version to the one linked, apparently it goes a whole 0.1mm shorter now.

It's fantastic, I should have got one sooner. I've gotten used to shaving my head in the shower with a Mach 3, but it always feels like a waste of time since I still end up having a stubbly head six hours later anyway.

I thought I'd drag this thread out just in case anyone else has gone bald in the year or so since this post.


>> No. 3936 Anonymous
27th October 2016
Thursday 1:45 pm
/fat/3936 Fat bastard weight loss thread
Get in here fatlads.

I've made an effort to properly lose weight but have stalled in the last 2 months - and it's starting to creep up. I used to lift weights 3x/week and control the diet, but I can't lift for a while until some medical stuff gets sorted. This has taken a bit of a hit on my progress - or more likely,ive used it an excuse to slack.

What's your story?

P.s. I track calories and weight using my fitness pal.
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>> No. 4786 Anonymous
6th May 2019
Monday 6:13 pm
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Just looked it up. Two days, apparently. Fair enough, might give it a go.
>> No. 4787 Anonymous
6th May 2019
Monday 6:24 pm
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Two or three days. A lot of people say you'll suffer flu like symptoms for up to two weeks at the start, but personally I never have.
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6th May 2019
Monday 10:14 pm
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You may not lose weight for the first few weeks, but it's enough to get a taste of what the diet is like.
>> No. 4789 Anonymous
6th May 2019
Monday 10:19 pm
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I don't think I entered ketosis until a month had passed, and I went "cold turkey". I monitored with keto urine sticks. It's a gradual process, but I'd expect longer than 2 weeks for most people.
>> No. 4790 Anonymous
6th May 2019
Monday 10:34 pm
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You don't store a month of carbohydrates in your body, you will be in ketosis within 24 hours realistically, if you don't eat any carbs. Everyone is different but under 20g per day of carbs seems to be the magic number that all but guarantees ketosis. It might take much longer for you body to get 'adapted' to this new process, but as the liver can only store about 100g of glycogen, it does not take very long at all to end up in ketosis. It might well take a few weeks before you 'feel' any different, but biologically you'll burn the last of your excess carbs within a day or two.

For the record those keto urine strips aren't particuarly useful as they don't measure nutritionally correlated ketones, the only way to do this is with a blood ketone meter.


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