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>> No. 5456 Anonymous
4th April 2014
Friday 3:02 am
/lit/5456 Vurt
This was really good.
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>> No. 7268 Anonymous
25th May 2021
Tuesday 3:23 pm
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Thanks for the warning, pet.
>> No. 7269 Anonymous
25th May 2021
Tuesday 4:07 pm
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I just read Infinite Jest.
>> No. 7270 Anonymous
25th May 2021
Tuesday 5:49 pm
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What did you think of it lad?

I read it years ago and thought it was a decent book.
>> No. 7271 Anonymous
26th May 2021
Wednesday 1:17 am
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Yeah, I liked it. Really liked it in fact, the more I think about it the more I like it. There are some passages that are an absolite slog and I think it could have been trimmed down by about 100 pages but it's probably one of the best books I've ever read or will read.
>> No. 7272 Anonymous
26th May 2021
Wednesday 4:35 pm
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> Seppos are just weird when it comes to dating, like it being fine to see other people at the same time until you become 'exclusive'.

I've never gone out with a yank to compare, but I've found that concept to be fairly widespread everywhere I've been around western Europe and South America. I think it's also fairly common in the UK but we're either old or just a bit sad. Or both.


>> No. 8626 Anonymous
5th April 2021
Monday 10:50 pm
/£$€¥/8626 New Tax Year
Lads I forgot it's new years eve. What fund should I put 4k on for this year?

I'm considering ASI Latin American Equity to have some exposure to emerging markets but it would make me a slave to US yields. Might instead just put it all on FTSE250 if we're going to have a sharp recovery this year.
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>> No. 8724 Anonymous
13th April 2021
Tuesday 10:59 pm
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You need to think long term, that's what tracker funds are all about. Will you lose money tomorrow, next week, next month? Probably, maybe. Will you lose money over the next ten or fifteen years? Probably not, and you'll be slightly to mostly better off as compared to it sitting in an savings ISA.
>> No. 8773 Anonymous
26th May 2021
Wednesday 2:16 am
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Time to produce a crash, politic fight now!
>> No. 8774 Anonymous
26th May 2021
Wednesday 7:33 am
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>> No. 8775 Anonymous
26th May 2021
Wednesday 8:16 am
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What do you mean?
>> No. 8776 Anonymous
26th May 2021
Wednesday 10:22 am
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That was last week. But thanks for letting me know the bonus has gone in today.


>> No. 66065 Anonymous
30th July 2020
Thursday 4:52 pm
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Should convicted sex attackers be referred to as 'naughty'?
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>> No. 67691 Searchfag
13th December 2020
Sunday 9:16 am
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The rozzers have dropped the rape case against francois.
>> No. 67694 Auntiefucker
13th December 2020
Sunday 5:46 pm
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I am genuinely disappointed - would have been an excellent end to the year.
>> No. 68973 YubYub
25th May 2021
Tuesday 6:08 pm
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Fuckin l
>> No. 68974 Paedofag
25th May 2021
Tuesday 6:20 pm
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If someone's parents call them "Robert Roberts" what else could you expect of them.
>> No. 68975 Billbob
25th May 2021
Tuesday 9:36 pm
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Imagine being a gay twentysomething Conservative activist, and being told, "Nope; you're still too alluring." It would be like Bruce Willis winning Hair of the Year.


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>> No. 32614 Anonymous
24th March 2021
Wednesday 1:06 am
/news/32614 Media bias - is there any?
Do you believe the UK media is politically biased?

I get nearly all my news from the BBC. And the BBC is, officially, legally required to be politically impartial. And yet the new head of the BBC since last year, Tim Davie, is a full-blown Conservative politician who has taken several steps to stop the BBC being so critical of the government:

I'm no fan of sanctimonious wokeness, but I do believe the media has an obligation to challenge the government, which effectively makes it the voice of the opposition. So for as long as we regularly get 15+-year periods of uninterrupted Conservative government, yes, I do want the BBC to criticise the Conservatives, simply because they're the ones in power. If Jeremy Corbyn was Prime Minister, I would expect them to turn on him immediately, but it's hardly the BBC's fault nobody voted for him.

Lately, I've noticed that the BBC tends to get Conservative politicians on to interview them extremely frequently. If you watch the news at precisely 07:30 on a Friday, there's a different blue-ribbon bootlicker every week. And they do the rounds of every news organisation, also having Zoom conversations with ITV News and Sky News, while opposition politicians never get a look in. Is this deliberate? Are Labour MPs just refusing to get up that early, because they are lazy and poor and hungover from smoking crack all night? I know the TV presenters try to take Our Glorious Overlords to task during the weekly brown-nosing, but they never succeed. The Conservatives are just getting free advertising in the end. But for all I know, maybe that's because newsreaders are incompetent rather than some gigantic overarching national conspiracy to fellate God Emperor Boris at every opportunity.

I think we can all accept that tabloid newspapers are openly right-wing, but at the same time, social media is predominantly left-wing, and pretty unabashedly so. Does this cancel out? Is the media all right on the whole? I sometimes watch Russia Today, universally acknowledged as propaganda, just to see what propaganda looks like. They never lie, but every single story is just, "You can't trust the mainstream media, so watch RT instead for your brave daily dose of red pills." The fact that none of the news is actually completely fabricated, not even when it's made by literal foreign agents trying to undermine the fabric of Her Majesty's Great British Society, makes me feel confident that TV news reporting must be pretty tightly regulated. Newspapers, of course, are bollocks and must be ignored.

What do YOU think?
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>> No. 33643 Anonymous
21st May 2021
Friday 9:04 pm
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Sponge Bob?
>> No. 33644 Anonymous
21st May 2021
Friday 9:17 pm
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He's clearly going to silence bumb them. It's the most insidious form of bumming.
>> No. 33656 Anonymous
23rd May 2021
Sunday 5:48 pm
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>> No. 33660 Anonymous
24th May 2021
Monday 7:51 am
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If history teaches us anything is that history teaches us nothing.
>> No. 33665 Anonymous
25th May 2021
Tuesday 2:34 pm
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Never cared much for Hegel.


>> No. 68798 Crabkiller
18th May 2021
Tuesday 9:44 am
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Why don't they just try getting along with each other?
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>> No. 68840 Moralfag
19th May 2021
Wednesday 9:17 am
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This sounds like a repetition of the thesis of a book called 'From Time Immemorial' by Joan Peters, which was popular on its release in part because it worked in service to justify what's happening in Palestine.

This was back in the 1980s, so the book was basically discredited by the time it reached UK reviewers and scholars. Then Defence Secretary Ian Gilmour pointed out that it essentially ignores Arab sources in his London Review of Books article. It was even dismissed by an Israeli historian as a "forgery".

A lot of the actual work in exposing the fraud was done by Norman Finkelstein, and this is just one of the reasons he's now unpopular in American intellectual circles (which are often quite firmly pro-Israel).

I personally haven't read the book nor the ample criticism, and have only heard of the argument through my study of Chomsky. He talks about it here in an excerpt from his book, 'Understanding Power':
>> No. 68841 R4GE
19th May 2021
Wednesday 9:29 am
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Whereas I suppose every Israeli is indigenous.
>> No. 68842 Billbob
19th May 2021
Wednesday 9:36 am
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Seppos innit, to be taken with a pinch of salt. People who claim to be Irish because their great-great-grandad once drunk a pint of Guinness.
>> No. 68869 Samefag
19th May 2021
Wednesday 7:10 pm
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Forged any new marriage certificates, George?


Well, surely most of them were born there these days and those before migrated under British law.
>> No. 68972 Anonymous
25th May 2021
Tuesday 6:53 am
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We need to trick them into getting killed.


>> No. 68970 YubYub
24th May 2021
Monday 11:54 pm
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>> No. 7243 Anonymous
24th May 2021
Monday 3:49 pm
/lit/7243 Know any good literary agents?
I've sent off my manuscript to a handful based on the usual criteria for picking agents but thought one of you might have a recommendation.


>> No. 7185 Anonymous
12th January 2021
Tuesday 11:37 am
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Audiobooks seem a lot harder to come buy than PDFs and ePubs on torrent entirely legal filesharing websites.

Is there any particular reason why, and can you lads recommend any websites for this?
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>> No. 7197 Anonymous
1st February 2021
Monday 8:34 pm
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I downloaded the Borrowbox app and signed up to my local library services that use it. Have ebooks and audiobooks
>> No. 7198 Anonymous
1st February 2021
Monday 10:02 pm
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Tried audiobookbay?
>> No. 7199 Anonymous
1st February 2021
Monday 10:35 pm
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Buy stolen credit card info from the dark web and use it to pay for Audible. It's as good as free.
>> No. 7233 Anonymous
24th May 2021
Monday 1:39 pm
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You can get a Quickbooks accounts for free if you enter 0's in the direct debit information area, at least you could when I worked there a year back. Or you can just say you're an accountant and get the full package free.

I wonder how often these cracks are available, but simply just not attempted because of how stupid it would be for it to work.
>> No. 7242 Anonymous
24th May 2021
Monday 3:28 pm
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>> No. 25931 Anonymous
16th June 2020
Tuesday 11:46 am
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India soldiers killed in clash with Chinese forces

Apparently they haven't been using guns so they've just been beating each other to death.

Are we going to have World War Three?
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>> No. 33495 Anonymous
3rd May 2021
Monday 8:00 am
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"China lighting a fire vs. India lighting a fire."

Shots fired.
>> No. 33496 Anonymous
3rd May 2021
Monday 9:52 am
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Fuck off, you screencapping twat.
>> No. 33497 Anonymous
3rd May 2021
Monday 11:34 am
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Here you go, sensitivelad.

>A social media post from an account linked to the Chinese Communist Party has sparked controversy for appearing to mock India over its coronavirus crisis. The post on Chinese site Weibo showed an image of a rocket launch in China alongside a photo of the bodies of Covid victims being cremated in India. Text with it read: "Lighting a fire in China VS lighting a fire in India."

>The post, which appeared on Saturday afternoon, has since been deleted. It was reportedly published by an account belonging to an official Chinese law enforcement agency - the Communist Party's Central Political and Legal Affairs Commission - which has millions of followers on Weibo, a popular microblogging site in the country.
>> No. 33500 Anonymous
3rd May 2021
Monday 1:38 pm
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>The west lighting a fire and then being asked about said fire

This does bring up the broader point for me on the Indo-Pacific tilt that you still get that assumption that India will somehow counter-balance China if we pump it up. In reality the country is a mess more in need of basic developmental assistance and when it does have any strength it uses it to advance causes like Hindu-nationalism rather than supporting international stability.

The whole mode of thinking seems broken, China is a monster because we made it a monster with globalisation and our idea of counter-balancing the USSR made that okay.
>> No. 33657 Anonymous
23rd May 2021
Sunday 6:37 pm
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It is probably practice play fighting, like gang fights. Some people are simply violent.


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>> No. 4555 Anonymous
22nd May 2021
Saturday 3:32 pm
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Are Suzuki Wagon Rs crap? I never paid much attention to them but now I kind of want one after realising there's enough room for a 6' by 2' single bed if you rip out the seats. I like the idea of a cheap mini-camper but if the thing is so intolerable on the motorways that you don't want to drive it anywhere, then it defeats the purpose of having a camper.
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>> No. 4556 Anonymous
22nd May 2021
Saturday 3:43 pm
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They're good. They're solid cars and there's so many of them you can get parts easily.

Most kei cars are a bit annoying on a motorway, but still capable of doing 70+ so are usable. The Wagon R's in this country are all 1.3's, I think, which is a vast improvement on most kei csrs with 660cc motors, for highway driving.

I'd say get one. There's a reason they're always driven by sensible pensioners. Your only alternatives for affordable microcampers are really kangoos or berlingos, but I would struggle to reccomended either, I simply have had too many problems with french cars in the past.

I'm probably going to do a similar thing with a Nissan Elgrand or Totota Alphard, but they are mich more costly to run and buy.
>> No. 4557 Anonymous
22nd May 2021
Saturday 3:46 pm
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Forgot to say that the only way you'll really know how they are on a motorway is trying it. We all have different tolerances; I can quite happily sit at 75mph in a rag top sports car for hours, while others would see that as a form of hell.

My grandads kangoo did seem quite unstable at motorway speeds, but if you drove it like a van rather than a car it was fine.
>> No. 4558 Anonymous
22nd May 2021
Saturday 4:09 pm
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I've had a Citroën for about four years and have had no issues other than having to replace the battery, which I think was in part due to barely driving last year. That said, the new Berlingo is incredibly garish.

It might be above budget but I'd probably go for a Ford Transit Courier. A Skoda Roomster may fit the bill.
>> No. 4559 Anonymous
23rd May 2021
Sunday 5:06 pm
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Most campers, except the very modern or high end, are rubbish on the motorway due to a realistic crusing speed of 50/60mph leaving you dicing with HGV's in the inside lane.
Most are essentially large commercial vans with the camper interior being pretty much gross vehicle weight.

As for the Wagon R, its pretty much a rebodied Suzuki Swift which is a good reliable if un remarkable car.


>> No. 2928 Anonymous
23rd May 2021
Sunday 11:19 am
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Just picked these up.

Is the saw salvageable?
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>> No. 2929 Anonymous
23rd May 2021
Sunday 11:24 am
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Depending on what condition the teeth are in, you could probably polish the rust off and it'll cut soft wood, but I doubt it's worth it. A £10 saw from B&Q will be way better.
>> No. 2930 Anonymous
23rd May 2021
Sunday 11:32 am
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It should come up a treat if you replace the blade and handle.
>> No. 2931 Anonymous
23rd May 2021
Sunday 12:22 pm
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If the teeth are sharp and straight then absolutely. If they're not then still probably.

There's loads of lads on youtube who restore tools, they're a lovely watch, but it's definitely more of a passion project than an objectively good idea when it comes to replacable tools with no sentimental value.
>> No. 2932 Anonymous
23rd May 2021
Sunday 1:08 pm
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It's too rusted for the teeth to be sharp. Saws are sharpenable, but it's not something I'd suggest tackling unless you've got a reasonable amount of experience with sharpening chisels and plane blades. Probably not worth the effort TBH. The rest should come up fine with a bit of elbow grease.
>> No. 2933 Anonymous
23rd May 2021
Sunday 1:13 pm
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White vinegar and some scrubbing - maybe oil/replace some handles. Nice little haul.


>> No. 93497 Anonymous
9th May 2021
Sunday 12:06 am
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>Scottish election 2021: Nicola Sturgeon celebrates 'historic' SNP election win
>Nicola Sturgeon has hailed the SNP's "historic and extraordinary" fourth consecutive victory in the Scottish Parliament election. With all the results in, the SNP has finished on 64 seats - one short of a majority but one more than it won in 2016.
>With all seats now declared the SNP has won 64, the Conservatives 31, Labour 22, the Scottish Greens eight and Liberal Democrats four.

Who here is excited to have another referendum and bitter multi-year divorce process on the cards?
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>> No. 93692 Anonymous
18th May 2021
Tuesday 1:59 am
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>Most of the money went into large companies suffering financial difficulties in an attempt to save jobs, rather than going into new companies that might create new jobs.
I will go to my grave quite angry that I can't remember the source of a wonderful quote to the extent of "The National Enterprise Board was imagined as a socialist maternity unit, unfortunately it was quickly turned into a capitalist nursing ward" which perfectly summed up how it was messed up: If I remember correctly the vast bulk of their budget went to British Leyland.
Which makes me wonder if the NEB can really be given the blame, except perhaps for failing at what it set out to do by blowing all its money on boring not-all-that-high-tech companies. If you instead imagine that the government just bailed out Rolls Royce and British Leyland as before while leaving the tech sector to the free market without any interference from the NEB or MinTech or any of that, is it really likely Britain would be in a much more impressive place today?
Japan and the US both had much larger domestic markets than Britain, and even then a British company created the ARM architecture that powers most smartphones nowadays, though we don't seem to make much a fuss about that.

But I'm thinking aloud there instead than making a direct argument in defense of the NEB - I'm not familiar with the specifics of its involvement in technology, and while I know that ARM is ultimately derived from Acorn of BBC Micro fame (leaving open some kind of "We coddled them, now they're soft" case for why they seem quite overlooked.) I can't say I'm familiar enough with their corporate history to comment either. It's just that it seems quite possible that the big problem with the NEB (as with the Wilson-Callaghan government as a whole in my view) is not that it was "too left wing" or too willing to interfere in the market, but that it was too orthodox, too small-c conservative, too "common sense", and that we'd have gotten better results if it had been throwing money around more freely, with less conditions and oversight while leaving failing old names to fend for themselves. Something that would sit ill at ease with both Callaghan (who couldn't bare to be so irresponsible) and with Thatcher (who'd quite like the state to get the hell out of the way of the market, thank you very much.), and which would still be a controversial proposal today.
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18th May 2021
Tuesday 2:55 am
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I don't particularly disagree with your line of reasoning. What the Yanks did was barely rational, certainly very difficult to justify in narrow economic terms, but it ultimately worked miraculously well.

A Conservative government would probably have bollocksed it up in a slightly different fashion, but the Wilson government still deserves plenty of scorn for their awful industrial policy. It's all counterfactual speculation, but the problems with the tech sector weren't just neglect - the NEB (and the wider government) exerted a huge amount of control and steered a lot of companies down blind alleys. While I can't say that we would have been a tech superpower, we certainly squandered what advantages we had.

ARM is a perfectly British success story - their technology was incredibly innovative, it became ubiquitous but ARM never actually made much money. IIRC they had an operating income of ~£150m before Softbank bought them, which is basically pocket change in tech terms.

I'm told we're a global leader in biotech, but I don't know enough about the industry to speculate about the reasons or even say if that's an accurate assessment.
>> No. 93697 Anonymous
18th May 2021
Tuesday 5:28 am
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Do you think innovation isn't real or something?
>> No. 93698 Anonymous
18th May 2021
Tuesday 5:31 am
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Massive inequality feeds into this surely. The rich Americans today throw money at anything, Google, Amazon, Microsoft, they will spooge cash at anybody. Its not simply state driven.
>> No. 93764 Anonymous
23rd May 2021
Sunday 11:04 am
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See >>93686


>> No. 2935 Anonymous
8th May 2021
Saturday 3:42 pm
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I bought a Maranta Fascinator from ebay this week and it arrived half eaten by thrips and aphids. Pure raging.

I have isolated the plant from my others to prevent spread.

I removed all the bugs I could see with forceps and changed the soil and am giving it babybio fertilizer in case it's a bit manourished.

Will it survive or is it kaput?
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>> No. 2948 Anonymous
20th May 2021
Thursday 5:26 pm
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There isn't but you could make one, or this could be it.
>> No. 2949 Anonymous
20th May 2021
Thursday 6:41 pm
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Aphids fucked my two kalenchoes despite me using everything advised, they're like little terminators and just keep coming back somehow out of thin air. Months on and I still have to check them daily and I'm still finding 3-5 a week on one of them. Nothing seems to have worked and I've given up at this point. I tried a chemical bug spray specifically for aphids on one, and while it's been the most aphid free, it's stopped growing and looks like it's dying. Can't seem to bloody win.
>> No. 2950 Anonymous
20th May 2021
Thursday 9:49 pm
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>are you all just more interested in pissing in compost?

You say that like its a bad thing?
>> No. 2951 Anonymous
22nd May 2021
Saturday 6:43 pm
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Why are the tips of my Alocasia turning yellow?

I really don't want to kill this one...
>> No. 2952 Anonymous
22nd May 2021
Saturday 7:16 pm
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It could be because you're over-watering it, or under watering it, over-feeding it or under-feeding it. Does it get enough light? It's quite pale.


>> No. 68958 Crabkiller
21st May 2021
Friday 9:28 pm
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My new passport arrived today and it's not blue, it's black.
At best it's a very very very dark blue.

It's also as flimsy as fuck compared to the old one, the covers way thinner and the pages are like tissue.

And the artwork on the stamp pages is naff, just a load of geometric squiggles.
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>> No. 68960 Are Moaty
21st May 2021
Friday 9:59 pm
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We need our top men looking into this.
>> No. 68961 Auntiefucker
21st May 2021
Friday 11:08 pm
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That's what happens when you don't hire De La Rue.
>> No. 68962 Auntiefucker
21st May 2021
Friday 11:36 pm
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They're made in France, what did you expect?
>> No. 68963 Paedofag
22nd May 2021
Saturday 1:53 am
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The new passports are made with special colour-changing covers. The more patriotic you are, the bluer the cover is. I'd explain more but I refuse to speak to traitors.
>> No. 68966 Samefag
22nd May 2021
Saturday 9:25 am
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They'll shaft you every time.


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

That's it. That's literally it. A charity shop has replaced one of its roller shutters after having the same one for 26 years. It's all go in Huddersfield.

I challenge you lads to find a more pointless news story than this.
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>> No. 33646 Anonymous
21st May 2021
Friday 9:44 pm
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Presumably it's the only chance a village in Berkshire gets to participate in BLM.
>> No. 33647 Anonymous
21st May 2021
Friday 10:21 pm
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It was quite mooving.
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21st May 2021
Friday 10:56 pm
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>> No. 33649 Anonymous
21st May 2021
Friday 11:03 pm
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Welsh Black lives matter.
>> No. 33650 Anonymous
22nd May 2021
Saturday 8:53 am
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I thought he meant Bovine.


>> No. 68922 Billbob
21st May 2021
Friday 1:05 am
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>> No. 68952 YubYub
21st May 2021
Friday 3:06 pm
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Shouldn't film students be better at making films? I suppose it depends how far into the course they are.
>> No. 68953 YubYub
21st May 2021
Friday 3:29 pm
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I suppose so, but then would you let a student dentist in your mouth?
>> No. 68954 Auntiefucker
21st May 2021
Friday 3:30 pm
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Depends how fit they are.
>> No. 68964 Anonymous
22nd May 2021
Saturday 2:38 am
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Hold on a minute. Isn't one of these lesbians the same lesbian from this old /x/ thread?

>> No. 68965 R4GE
22nd May 2021
Saturday 5:48 am
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isn't that one of the only ways to get reasonably priced dentistry in this country?


>> No. 68902 Anonymous
20th May 2021
Thursday 3:27 pm
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Do five year olds need to be read books on white privilege? rape-to-young-children/
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>> No. 68949 YubYub
21st May 2021
Friday 1:20 pm
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>There’s a white car and a black car who are best friends and love to race. Chase, the black car, is a better car racer than his best friend, white car Ace.

Come on, this has to be satire.
>> No. 68950 Auntiefucker
21st May 2021
Friday 1:24 pm
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Try this.
>> No. 68955 Paedofag
21st May 2021
Friday 8:22 pm
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Fucking hell.
>> No. 68956 Anonymous
21st May 2021
Friday 8:23 pm
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Rmemebr where you are.
>> No. 68957 Auntiefucker
21st May 2021
Friday 9:13 pm
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That's what makes it so unlikely!


>> No. 68802 Anonymous
18th May 2021
Tuesday 12:23 pm
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I've thought of an idea for a TV show.

Bargain cunt. Two teams race off around various red light districts around the country and see who can buy the most number of sex acts for £200. I'd have to fine tune the details but there would be a scoring system that would be affected by things such as how many teeth the prostitute has.
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>> No. 68907 Are Moaty
20th May 2021
Thursday 4:18 pm
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Always wondered about 'The Dark Destroyer'. Is there a Guardian opinion article on this?
>> No. 68908 Moralfag
20th May 2021
Thursday 4:40 pm
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He's called that because he's black. Black people have dark skin, hence 'Dark Destroyer'.
>> No. 68914 Searchfag
20th May 2021
Thursday 5:48 pm
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He's called that because he's got a large knob. Black people have large knobs. Hence 'Dark Destroyer'.
>> No. 68915 Auntiefucker
20th May 2021
Thursday 5:50 pm
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I bet being black and having a small knob is worse than being white and having a small knob.
>> No. 68918 YubYub
20th May 2021
Thursday 6:29 pm
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Don't make me post the penis size study again lads. the bbc is a racialist myth.


>> No. 2937 Anonymous
12th May 2021
Wednesday 3:15 pm
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There were dozens of seedlings in pots being given away at the park the other week so I took this one home with me. What have I got? I haven't a clue where to even start to identify them. Cheers lads.
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>> No. 2942 Anonymous
12th May 2021
Wednesday 4:20 pm
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Did they at least tell you if they're supposed to be ornamental or food crops?
>> No. 2943 Anonymous
12th May 2021
Wednesday 5:10 pm
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Nope, there was just a sign on the ground saying FREE PLANTS TAKE ONE.

Will give it a go, cheers.
>> No. 2944 Anonymous
12th May 2021
Wednesday 7:26 pm
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>Nope, there was just a sign on the ground saying FREE PLANTS TAKE ONE.

Sounds like a Triffid plot to me.
>> No. 2945 Anonymous
20th May 2021
Thursday 1:21 pm
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Did you identify this, OP? My guess would be a strawberry plant.
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20th May 2021
Thursday 4:55 pm
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I haven't, yet. The best I got back for the plant on the left is a daisy. This is what they look like now.


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>> No. 41415 Anonymous
25th September 2020
Friday 11:46 pm
/x/41415 Still fit now.
I think the gist is self-evident.
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>> No. 41995 Anonymous
6th February 2021
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>> No. 42001 Anonymous
19th February 2021
Friday 5:45 pm
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>> No. 42010 Anonymous
3rd March 2021
Wednesday 9:38 am
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Miranda Richardson is 63 today and still proper bang tidy. She sort of looks like that Rose person one of you used to keep posting, but actually attractive.
>> No. 42047 Anonymous
15th March 2021
Monday 8:20 pm
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>> No. 42120 Anonymous
20th May 2021
Thursday 12:20 pm
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That Joanna Gosling who does the news is lovely for a 50 y/o.


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