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>> No. 67951 Searchfag
2nd February 2021
Tuesday 9:21 am
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Look at the weights of these Easter eggs from last year.
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>> No. 67968 Ambulancelad
3rd February 2021
Wednesday 12:07 am
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Don't know if I've ever had French chocolate.
>> No. 67969 Moralfag
3rd February 2021
Wednesday 12:22 am
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20 years ago it was still nice (one of the nicest IMO) chocolate even if it had less cocoa solids than the elitist european definition.

nowadays is a different matter, it's like eating brown candle wax. we let the yanks take over a british institution and the first move they made was diluting everything with palm oil, so it's far less deserving of the name.
>> No. 67970 Moralfag
3rd February 2021
Wednesday 1:47 am
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Hey, come on now, the first move they made was sacking all those people and shutting the factory even after David Cameron made them pinky swear and everything.
>> No. 67971 YubYub
3rd February 2021
Wednesday 4:56 am
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it was sold under the new labour government as memory serves
>> No. 67973 Ambulancelad
3rd February 2021
Wednesday 1:37 pm
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Distinction without a difference?


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>> No. 30841 Anonymous
31st January 2021
Sunday 8:17 pm
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It's kicking off in Russia.

The video that started it is a really good watch (English subs available):
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>> No. 30883 Anonymous
2nd February 2021
Tuesday 12:02 am
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I think he was saying, in a roundabout way, "I know we are, but what are you?"
>> No. 30884 Anonymous
2nd February 2021
Tuesday 12:49 am
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It seems like someone doing a bad impression of how a "slav" would speak, but typing it out. It makes no sense so I'm just gonna assume it's some lad taking the piss.
>> No. 30885 Anonymous
2nd February 2021
Tuesday 1:58 am
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It's some Scottish lad trying to false flag by pretending to be Russian. I don't know what he seeks to gain from LARPing as a pro-indy Ruskie, but it's all rather sad.
>> No. 30919 Anonymous
2nd February 2021
Tuesday 6:28 pm
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2 years and 8 month in prison. Will he ever leave?
>> No. 30930 Anonymous
2nd February 2021
Tuesday 10:48 pm
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Best for him to avoid getting anywhere near a window on one of the upper floors of that prison.

Those Russian windows are dangerous, I tell you.


>> No. 2130 Anonymous
31st March 2010
Wednesday 11:01 am
/A/2130 Alcoholics
Are there any 'resting actors' out there?

I'm back up to about a litre of whisky a day again. :(
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>> No. 8481 Anonymous
10th January 2021
Sunday 3:12 am
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Absolutely seconded. I used to steal valium from my parents (yes, that was not a proud moment by any means) and it's robbing Paul to pay back Peter, except Paul is a really dodger geezer and will come after you. Replacing one drug with another that has a similar effect is really not going to help you. Even if doctor perscribed I'd be very wary unless the doctor is aware of your alcohol history and fully on board with it. A bored overworked GP handing you the vallies is not on your side other than to tide you over.
>> No. 8482 Anonymous
11th January 2021
Monday 6:17 pm
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While I understand your stance that self medication with addictive pills is stupid (and it is) there is wide and ample medical use of benzodiazepines for alcohol detox.

If you try to come off a really bad drinking habit cold turkey you can quite literally die from the seizures unless you're medicated with something else.

Obviously the trick is medical supervision and keeping the use purely for the detox and under the generally acceptable two weeks limit. What you don't want is to find yourself still on Valium three months later as a crutch for not drinking. As you both pointed out you're just swapping one drug for another although we disagree as to which drug is worse (alcohol will definitely both make you sick and klll you faster, Valium will probably get you hooked faster).
>> No. 8483 Anonymous
12th January 2021
Tuesday 1:36 am
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If you look at >>8480 it's pointing out that >>8468's suggestion of "weed->benzo" is a bad idea. Not booze->benzo, which is a different matter.
>> No. 8484 Anonymous
13th January 2021
Wednesday 5:48 pm
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My bad. As it's the Resting Actors thread I put two and two together and came up with seven. If I could delete my posts I would, but Firefox is acting up of late so my embarrassment will remain on my personal record. That said, I will go on record as saying that I don't see how using Valium is going to help someone stop smoking weed unless they plan to permanently swap one drug for the other (which is a Really Bad Idea).

Sage for basically repeating things that other people have already said but with far less relevance.
>> No. 8485 Anonymous
2nd February 2021
Tuesday 9:25 pm
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Maybe I was a catastrophising a little, you are off course right that medical supervision is crucial — even diamorphine can be safe and useful under such conditions — but in a resting actors thread I think it's very important to avoid tempting people into trying to self medicate.


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>> No. 92148 Anonymous
1st February 2021
Monday 6:00 pm
/pol/92148 Centralisation
This is a post by the founder of telegram, I thought this was a very interesting idea worth sharing and is a good way to contextualise the current fucked up state of the world.

>The "capitalism <-> socialism" opposition seems outdated. I prefer to think in terms of "centralization vs decentralization". Humans have evolved to perform best in small groups of less than 150 people. That's why wherever there's centralization and excessive hierarchy, there's inefficiency and underutilized human potential. Capitalist monopolies and socialist dictatorships are equally bad.

>In a natural environment, every small community is able to produce an outstanding leader and an independent thinker. In today's world of trillion-dollar monopolies and bloated governments, the potential of hundreds of millions of people is suppressed by the limitations imposed by our artificial societal structures.

>That is the reason why tens of thousands of people working at big corporations such as Facebook have failed to keep up with what our small team at Telegram has been implementing. That’s also the reason why countries like Russia fail to generate and retain global brands in their jurisdictions. Genuine creativity is rare in organizations and societies built on excessive hierarchies and lack of personal autonomy.
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>> No. 92151 Anonymous
1st February 2021
Monday 6:36 pm
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At least Facebook would have posted this somewhere indexable by Google.
>> No. 92152 Anonymous
1st February 2021
Monday 6:43 pm
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>the current fucked up state of the world

Pandemic aside, there has never been a better time to be alive than now. The past - even the relatively recent past - was shit.

If you want to seriously address the question of where we're going wrong, you need to meaningfully engage with all the ways that we're getting things very right. We're living longer and healthier lives than any generation of humans in history. Global poverty and child mortality have never been lower. The world today is more democratic and has more respect for human rights than ever before.

There's nothing wrong with being idealistic, but it's incredibly dangerous to let that idealism turn into a nihilistic black-and-white view of social progress. There are many ways that the world could be made better, but there are many more ways that the world could be made much worse.
>> No. 92153 Anonymous
1st February 2021
Monday 6:53 pm
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He's described as the "Russian Zuckerberg", and that diatribe makes it seem like an apt description. I'll bet he's into buttcoins as well.
>> No. 92154 Anonymous
1st February 2021
Monday 7:40 pm
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>He's described as the "Russian Zuckerberg"

He was forced out of his own company and into exile for refusing to hand over personal data on protestors and opposition politicians in Russia and Ukraine.
Say what you like about him, but at least he has good principals and is running his business to them as best as he can.
Meanwhile there seems to be a propaganda campaign against him and telegram, allegedly with money trails leading back to facebook and other companies.
>> No. 92155 Anonymous
2nd February 2021
Tuesday 2:29 am
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>there has never been a better time to be alive than now
I would question this for the western world in recent decades. Depending on your criteria*, it's not very hard to see that a not-insignificant number of people in this country still haven't returned to the quality of life they had in 2007. Everyone calls to technology, to global poverty and to global democratisation as signs of progress because the data there is unambiguous. What winds lost in the wayside is that none of that is any consolation if your own life or your own town has gone to shit, especially if nothing and nobody is credibly going to improve it. We may live in a world with more democracies than ever, but most first world democracies have run into crises of legitimacy. It's worth asking why that is.

*And you can have some fun with this. I was assuming a mixture of actual financial position + perceived quality of life, but you can always factor in the hedonic treadmill for extra fun. I suspect that to the human brain, irrational as it is, it feels better to live in China and see your standard of living raise year on year from a low point to a middling one than it does to live in Britain and see it stagnate or moderately decline, despite staying better off in absolute terms.


>> 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. 7186 Anonymous
12th January 2021
Tuesday 1:53 pm
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Back2Cheltingham GCHQ crypto-nonce.

You'll never take me alive!

Also, does it really need to be said not to post links or otherwise provide information to sources of pirated copyrighted content on this website?
>> No. 7187 Anonymous
13th January 2021
Wednesday 12:40 pm
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If there's something specific you're looking for you could do the audible free trial.

There is also a lot of older content hosted on youtube and the like. Maybe even soundcloud and spotify.

I imagine the reason that there
are less audiobooks online because fewer people listen to audiobooks and the filesize is much larger than that of a humble epub.
>> 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. 18914 Anonymous
9th April 2019
Tuesday 5:38 pm
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Department store Debenhams has officially gone into administration after the shop rejected plans by Sports Direct's Mike Asheley to save it.

FTI Consulting has now been appointed as administrators for the chain, whose shops will continue trading for now. Debenhams is expected to close 50 of its 165 stores in the future, but no timescale has been announced yet.

How come it seems like almost every high street shop is either in administration or on the brink of it?
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>> No. 30874 Anonymous
1st February 2021
Monday 6:15 pm
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Is it accelerationist to like this sort thing? I feel like it will get us closer to UBI since there won't be any jobs for lower income people.
>> No. 30875 Anonymous
1st February 2021
Monday 6:44 pm
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>Is it accelerationist to like this sort thing?



>> No. 30877 Anonymous
1st February 2021
Monday 7:40 pm
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Give it a few years and we'll all be slaves for the early retirees.

Coronavirus will wipe through the elderly, which means that those in their fifties and sixties will inherit the wealth of their parents and it'll have barely been reduced by having to pay for care fees. Care homes up and down the land will close as there's fewer elderly people needing their arses wiping, leading to hundreds of thousands of people suddenly without a career.

The population pyramid means that those in retirement are the ones who have to be appeased to win elections. We'll be at the whim of these very wealthy early retirees. Don't be surprised if sedan chairs make a comeback as getting carried around by a couple of paupers becomes the latest status symbol.
>> No. 30879 Anonymous
1st February 2021
Monday 8:12 pm
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>Don't be surprised if sedan chairs make a comeback as getting carried around by a couple of paupers becomes the latest status symbol.

I've had worse jobs TBH.
>> No. 30880 Anonymous
1st February 2021
Monday 9:23 pm
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I'd never actually considered it before but Wham! did some good fuckin pop music.

What a banger.


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>> No. 6335 Anonymous
1st February 2021
Monday 12:22 pm
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I recall one of you /poof/ters making a recommendation for an electric skin cleaning tool a while ago, and it seemed like you couldn't say enough good things about it.

I'm now at a point where I have the disposable income to care about that sort of thing, and frankly I'm sick of looking at a nose full of blackheads.

I can't find your post, but if you're still lurking, I'd appreciate the name of that tool again as I can't find it.

Was it something like the pictured/linked?
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>> No. 6337 Anonymous
1st February 2021
Monday 3:48 pm
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>>/b/441881 here,
I've started using tshirt rags as flannels, but they're very thin and the same ones i wipe my dick with. A torn towel is in order.
Checking the cupboards has revealed years worth of christmas grooming products, some of them suprisingly good quality - I'll be using these over the coming weeks.

Thanks for recommending that, i appreciate it.
>> No. 6338 Anonymous
1st February 2021
Monday 4:56 pm
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Have you ever stopped and thought about why you are like this?
>> No. 6339 Anonymous
1st February 2021
Monday 4:59 pm
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Because the plumbing in his house is fucked, he already said.
>> No. 6340 Anonymous
1st February 2021
Monday 7:07 pm
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That doesn't affect flannel-availability does it?
>> No. 6341 Anonymous
1st February 2021
Monday 7:22 pm
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Depends what he's using to plug the leaks.


>> No. 67929 Moralfag
27th January 2021
Wednesday 11:13 am
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It's really, really hard.
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>> No. 67945 YubYub
28th January 2021
Thursday 2:59 am
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My theory is that she's bought herself a nice new webcam for the BBC interview but hadn't realised how wide angle it is. I suffered a similar fate and had to move my entire desk to hide the embarrassing leopard print wallpaper I haven't gotten round to removing from the spare room.
>> No. 67946 R4GE
28th January 2021
Thursday 3:25 pm
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>> No. 67948 Paedofag
29th January 2021
Friday 2:22 pm
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My theory is she got the webcam for onlyfans. She looks the type.
>> No. 67949 Auntiefucker
29th January 2021
Friday 2:38 pm
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If that was true she's missing a trick by not advertising it now.
>> No. 67950 Auntiefucker
1st February 2021
Monday 4:58 am
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A very interesting book which takes a look at the things we use to reflect/project identity and what can be infered from them according to the OCEAN personality model.


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>> No. 9544 Anonymous
26th June 2013
Wednesday 10:29 pm
/nom/9544 Recipes only, no comments. Stickied

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>> No. 14103 Anonymous
31st January 2021
Sunday 1:33 pm
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The one added to the other, heavily blended.
>> No. 14104 Anonymous
31st January 2021
Sunday 1:35 pm
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Simmering the mixture to kill off the bacteria that made the vinegar, and maybe the spores too I don't know/care.
>> No. 14105 Anonymous
31st January 2021
Sunday 1:36 pm
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That's cooling right now. Here are the dry ingredients: 250g of black mustard seed, some black pepper, grains of paradise, two teaspoons of salt.
>> No. 14106 Anonymous
31st January 2021
Sunday 4:13 pm
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All mixed together. Interesting flavour. It needs at least 24 hours and preferably 8 days to really soak in and the flavours to meld. May need topping up with stout at some point too.


>> No. 2845 Anonymous
29th January 2021
Friday 12:47 pm
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I'm interested in buying this but it says it must be fixed to the wall, no fittings included.

How dangerous would it be without being fixed to the wall?
How would I fix it the wall?
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>> No. 2859 Anonymous
29th January 2021
Friday 8:54 pm
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>I haven't used the Gripit fixings, but they do look reasonably foolproof to be fair.

I would say they are, but I have loads of DIY experience so it's hard to really be sure. The stud is always, always a better option, particularly with a desk. The bigger Gripits (blue) can hold 120kgish per fixing, but I still wouldn't be sure what would happen if you sat on a desk held up by them, there's leverage then. Or shagged on it, I don't know what otherlad does.
>> No. 2860 Anonymous
31st January 2021
Sunday 12:17 am
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The desk weighs 19kg lads, I can barely lift it myself - I'm just not confident of the plasterboard wall taking the weight regardless of the fixing. I'll investigate finding the studs (joists?) with magnets.
>> No. 2861 Anonymous
31st January 2021
Sunday 12:50 am
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They definitely would hold, but I do understand your scepticism. The stud is always the first port of call, regardless.
>> No. 2862 Anonymous
31st January 2021
Sunday 1:52 am
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It must be fixed to a sturdy wall (not just screwed into dry wall without anchors) if you want it to be solid, but if can be sure no toddler will try to climb it and you follow above given advice about heavy at the bottom, light at the top you'll be ok. Pretend its Jenga and the damn thing wants to topple over, basically.

Also bear in mind that, when fixed to a wall, there'll be little flex in the structure. When that's absent, it can flex however it wants. Even if you keep your lead bar collection on the bottom shelf, you still can't use the top shelf to store heavy things because the structure is a bit flimsy.
>> No. 2863 Anonymous
31st January 2021
Sunday 1:31 pm
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This thread is making me wonder why you don't just buy a cheap flatpack. A steel and plastic combo would likely be more sturdy than what you're looking at, and can be found for a tenner (without delivery):


>> No. 24777 Anonymous
29th January 2021
Friday 7:22 pm
/e/24777 Overdosing on nostalgia
I recently found out that, besides being generally amazing, has exhaustive collections of content. This includes files for pretty much every videogame ever released, up to Wii/PS3 era and some beyond. - This contains complete romsets for every cartridge or floppy based console out there, from Atari 2600 to N64. - Here's everything CD based from Sega, and some Sony.

Obviously these things are being updated, but the missing content is limited to stuff like 'Flemish Beta release'. If that sounds appealing to you, then we share an illness. There are also curated collections out there (eg Champions collection) if you don't want to sift through all that toss.

I found out that emulation has evolved a bit since my day, and now you have the option of consolidating emulators within a frontend, like Retroarch -

There are a bevy of handheld or plugin consoles that can emulate some fairly modern systems. There's also Retropie and stuff like that, so you can basically create your own emulation platforms. It's mental what's gone on since I last looked in.

On the obsessive side, there are numerous groups (ReDump, No Intro, 1G1R, TOSEC) who create their own 'dat' files, which contain all expected files and can be used to verify a checksum to validate the rom file. There's rom management software, like the picture attached - I've recently found that it's easy to create your own dat files using clrmamepro (rom management focused on MAME, the arcade emulator), so I'm now sorting my collections into a few groups so I can host the core ones on an ftp for when my HDD inevitably dies.

Finally, if you duckduckgo (no wonder they aren't taking off, how the fuck do you shorthand that?) 'games over girls' you'll find a slightly disturbing set of photos of women dressed up as game characters and feigning unconsciousness in awkward poses.
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>> No. 24778 Anonymous
29th January 2021
Friday 8:55 pm
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I've got two words for you m8: Winamp Skins.
>> No. 24779 Anonymous
29th January 2021
Friday 10:19 pm
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I feel like I have to.
>> No. 24780 Anonymous
29th January 2021
Friday 10:33 pm
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I've got a folder that I have transferred off an old USB stick onto any fresh computer build/installation I've made over the last fifteen years or so. It contains portable copies of Doom and Quake with a shitload of wads, and emulators with a full set of roms for every 8 and 16 bit console. Can't have a computer without the basics.
>> No. 24782 Anonymous
30th January 2021
Saturday 12:24 am
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WinAmp was a Matryoshka doll of constrained creativity. You highlighted skins, but there were several visualisation plugins which had their own plugin or configuration language (I didn't learn about cartesian v.s. polar coordinates this way, but I first understood how the latter work way back).

I wonder some times if its rose tinted memories (the demo scene is obviously alive and well), but even the ways you get started with modern technology feel like a hand-holding exercise. The step towards "learn to code" is so much easier, but the step towards "actually learn to code" is harder.


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28th January 2021
Thursday 5:02 pm
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>> No. 441775 Anonymous
21st January 2021
Thursday 8:08 pm
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There's nothing like a bowl of oatmeal with raspberries.
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>> No. 441892 Anonymous
28th January 2021
Thursday 3:10 pm
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I've just put a whole clove of chopped garlic in one portion of fried spaghetti.

I may need help also.
>> No. 441893 Anonymous
28th January 2021
Thursday 3:12 pm
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Unless you mean 'bulb' rather than 'clove' I don't see the issue.
>> No. 441894 Anonymous
28th January 2021
Thursday 3:15 pm
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>Unless you mean 'bulb'

I'm not a lunatic.
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28th January 2021
Thursday 3:39 pm
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That's really not that much garlic, to be honest, especially for what I assume is a version of aglio e olio.

I don't know why you all thought you shouldn't eat garlic in the before times, who fucking cares if your breath smells, just have some gum. You've been missing out for years. I suggest you all try roasting some heads of garlic in the oven now and spreading the result on crusty bread.
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28th January 2021
Thursday 4:04 pm
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>a version of aglio e olio

It was pretty much that, yes. I had a little bit of spaghetti left over from last night, so I fried it up with olive oil, the garlic, and a few herbs. It was absolutely delicious, but I've already got that sharp garlic taste in my mouth that you get a while later and which lingers till the next day.

I wonder if the alleged health properties of garlic already take effect if you occasionally go crazy on fresh garlic, or if it's the same as some other fruit and veg where you'd literally have to eat tons of the stuff to make a measurable difference. Like the way red vegetables are supposed to give your skin a healthy looking hue, but you'd have to eat nothing but tomatoes and carrots for a month for it to actually show.


>> No. 5637 Anonymous
12th May 2015
Tuesday 11:26 am
/uni/5637 Collegiate System
There's something I'm not getting at all. So I managed to get accepted to Oxford (postgrad) and after that, I'm supposed to get a college. They just "forward" your application, nothing else to do but I managed to get rejected from the two colleges I chose semi-randomly based on how nice the building looked, and as a foreignlad I'm wondering what's the point of it, besides cheaper accommodation.
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>> No. 6429 Anonymous
14th January 2021
Thursday 8:13 pm
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>> No. 6430 Anonymous
26th January 2021
Tuesday 6:10 pm
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It would be if >>6427 was a student at Oxford. You need to get better at reading things, old boy.
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26th January 2021
Tuesday 7:25 pm
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I didn't study at Oxford, don't work there and in fact have never even been within forty miles of the place.

I, also, couldn't tell you why the collegiate system is structured how it is.
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26th January 2021
Tuesday 9:13 pm
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I don't think anybody knows.

I think that even if you got all the college heads and departmental heads together to draw a diagram of how it all worked they wouldn't be able to.

It's probably a veritable labyrinth of bureaucracy and tradition.
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27th January 2021
Wednesday 6:43 pm
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It's fairly simple. The college's have their own money, some of them lots and lots of it, and so historically they have been powerful enough to either make unilateral decisions, or influence the university body as a whole.

The university departments, and the university administration, are new fangled things of the last 100 years.


>> No. 67924 Anonymous
26th January 2021
Tuesday 8:55 pm
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This still freaks me out.
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>> No. 67926 Billbob
26th January 2021
Tuesday 9:03 pm
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Stop looking at it then.
>> No. 67927 Samefag
26th January 2021
Tuesday 9:16 pm
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>> No. 67928 Billbob
26th January 2021
Tuesday 9:29 pm
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100 pounds off is a bit of a bargain though like.

I think...

I don't really know what the going rate is for haunted postman pat sex dolls.
>> No. 67931 Auntiefucker
27th January 2021
Wednesday 5:50 pm
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Why would anyone want a normal Postman Pat lovedoll?

People are weird.


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>> No. 67920 YubYub
26th January 2021
Tuesday 5:24 pm
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did anyone ever play the game british bulldog in primary school?

it was something to do with running back and forth across the playground but i never understood what was going on

what the hell was actually going on?
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>> No. 67921 Auntiefucker
26th January 2021
Tuesday 5:31 pm
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Other people were trying to grab you and stop you. If you were never tackled it's prolly because you smell.
>> No. 67922 R4GE
26th January 2021
Tuesday 5:42 pm
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Fuck off stinky.
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26th January 2021
Tuesday 5:48 pm
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>> No. 67899 Paedofag
25th January 2021
Monday 11:01 pm
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So, apart from the pope and mass, what actually is the difference between Catholicism and protestantism?
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>> No. 67915 YubYub
26th January 2021
Tuesday 4:06 pm
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I'm fairly certain it began when priests starting absolving people of their sins for money and a german posted on a message board (kruatchan?) that that was bullshit.
>> No. 67916 Paedofag
26th January 2021
Tuesday 4:17 pm
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Omnia sunt communia.
>> No. 67917 Are Moaty
26th January 2021
Tuesday 4:24 pm
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No need for that language, m74.
>> No. 67918 Auntiefucker
26th January 2021
Tuesday 4:55 pm
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No it woz 'enry tha eif innit, wanted to divorce his missus woz wot dun it.
>> No. 67919 Billbob
26th January 2021
Tuesday 5:13 pm
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No it wozzen't.


>> No. 3611 Anonymous
23rd February 2012
Thursday 8:01 pm
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As a 19 year old male would it be considered suitable (pun not intended) to wear a suit in less formal situations, such as lectures or casual social situations? Or would it just be a case of overdressing?

The reason I ask this is because the only time I've been complemented on my dress sense is when I've suited up. It feels nice to wear suits and increases my confidence.

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>> No. 6330 Anonymous
25th January 2021
Monday 9:31 pm
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Only suits we're wearing these days are tracksuits lad.
>> No. 6331 Anonymous
25th January 2021
Monday 9:42 pm
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That one signals a very specific lifestyle, if you are Wes Anderson or don't mind being mistaken for him by all means.

If your mates don't expect that kind of style from you they will probably take the piss, if they do it will be entirely accepted. Put it another way.. How middle class are you? I mean everyone thinks they are middle class, but are you actually REALLY middle class, the kind who are incapable of reverse snobbery.
>> No. 6332 Anonymous
25th January 2021
Monday 11:44 pm
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If you have to ask, you're not stylish enough to pull it off. Sorry, that's just how it is. Ease yourself in gently with a couple of jaunty blazers for your summer wardrobe and see how you go.
>> No. 6333 Anonymous
26th January 2021
Tuesday 12:52 am
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If you have a darker skin tone I reckon it would work, but you risk looking like your texture's failed to load if you're the same colour as the suit.
>> No. 6334 Anonymous
26th January 2021
Tuesday 4:13 pm
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My sister spent a fiver on a silky face mask in almost the exact same tone of pink of that suit, she seemed very proud of it until I told her that it made her look like the main character from the "I Have No Mouth And I Must Scream", she hasn't worn it since.


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>> No. 67878 Anonymous
24th January 2021
Sunday 11:09 pm
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>> No. 67909 Billbob
26th January 2021
Tuesday 12:46 pm
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Wasn't C. S. Lewis a paedo? I may be thinking of Lewis Carroll. Then again, they could both be pdfs.
>> No. 67910 Searchfag
26th January 2021
Tuesday 1:17 pm
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You are thinking of Carroll. Lewis's biggest fault was he was a massive Christian apologist of the "god works in mysterious ways" variety.
>> No. 67911 Crabkiller
26th January 2021
Tuesday 1:33 pm
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That's all very well and good, but it doesn't help illuminate the discussion, just to shut it down. I'm curious about the criteria of childishness, not whether or not a healthy mind is in denial about their inner child or whatnot.

I am also specifically curious as to why more adults don't climb trees.
>> No. 67912 Are Moaty
26th January 2021
Tuesday 1:40 pm
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Anyway lads, what are the good games for a Switch? I'm to get vouchers soon as part of my bonus and as you'd imagine there's nothing I really need at the moment.

Trubbish is the land counterpart to Koffing (air pollution) and Grimer (water). It's not an independent mon, a terrible design and totally unnecessary filler as Grimer never operated that way.


The difference is that Blastoise was a rad end-of-game evolution for a 10 year old.
>> No. 67913 YubYub
26th January 2021
Tuesday 2:30 pm
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>> No. 67894 Moralfag
25th January 2021
Monday 7:24 pm
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>> No. 67895 Are Moaty
25th January 2021
Monday 7:25 pm
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Shit was meant to be this


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