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>> No. 3533 Anonymous
6th April 2020
Monday 3:29 pm
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Lads, I'm without a job. Being a developerlad, I'm not too worried about finding another one, but I might have to move, and I don't know where I should go.

I'm thinking of London or Manchester. There's more to do in London, and I think there'd be more to do in London, but I'd be a bit better off money wise in Manchester. I don't know how easy it is to meet new people in either of them.

Have any of you lived in both? Could you tell me what it's like to live in them?

Are there any good cities I'm overlooking?
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>> No. 3550 Anonymous
24th May 2020
Sunday 10:43 pm
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Not Op, but in a similar problem.

I'm from a shit northern town, looking to escape the shit northern life, so I've got myself a job in zone 1 and shouldn't be hurting for money.

Only issue is that I'm moving down in september with the bird, and finding property available then is a nightmare. Is there something about the london market that makes lettings so immediate? Can any of you lads help?
>> No. 3551 Anonymous
25th May 2020
Monday 7:37 am
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Anon just to add some balance.

I'm from Manchester and moved to London for work (though ironically back in Manchester for a while because of Corona) and living in London changed my feelings about the UK. Sure, you can probably find close to, or most things, that you want in Manchester but London is a completely different ball game. It's expensive to live there because the good jobs are there in abundance and it's a place worth living in. I'm never bored on the weekends, there's always something going on or something to do. In normal times you're a tube ride away from the airport to go on a weekend break somewhere or further afield, the networking is great and there's always weird quirky shit you can do, go to Viktor Wynd's Museum then stroll round Hyde Park on the way home - what a nice Sunday.

There are of course downsides, mainly the standard of living and the cost of it, but to me it makes it worth it, but I'm not over 30 and looking to settle down so that might change things significantly.

Compared to living in Manchester as well it blew my mind how little rain London gets. It might be grey, but that constant unending drizzle doesn't seem to exist in the same way as it does in Manchester and makes me significantly less depressed. London has it's rough areas, but it has also been gentrified (and don't shoot me Corbyn-lads, but I don't think improving areas is a bad thing, we can't stay stagnant for fear of some people being left behind because they like their shitholes shit.) so there are a lot of nice places everywhere. In Manchester you kind of have the city centre bit then outside of it is really just scarred post-industrial towns and villages like Oldham, Rochdale, Stockport, Bury. None of them are bad places, but none of them will make you look back on your deathbed and feel like you've been living. Again, London has their grim areas, but they still feel significantly less shite than up north.

Finally if you're looking for a partner, London seems to have great choice, there are lots of ambitious, young, driven people from all over the world all crammed into one crazy city with money to spend. What's not to like about that?

My vote goes to London. I could never contemplate living somewhere like Manchester permanently again.

I don't know how Corona has impacted it but London lettings move fast, you have to just go with your gut I've found. There's too many people, too much competition and you don't have the days to ponder it like you do elsewhere. It's a bit of a risk but if you sign six months you can always look to be moving out.
>> No. 3552 Anonymous
25th May 2020
Monday 7:40 am
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>go to Viktor Wynd's Museum
I fingered a girl's bum in there. The bar staff gave us funny looks when we left as there's obviously CCTV. She bought me a turkish dinner after.
>> No. 3553 Anonymous
25th May 2020
Monday 7:41 am
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A truly great place.
>> No. 3554 Anonymous
25th May 2020
Monday 8:03 am
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I am in general happier and more financially secure living up north, but every time I go to London I wish I lived there again. It really is just a lot more interesting. But up here I have a reasonably large house with a private road leading to it and some gardens and land - I could not hope to afford much more than a shoebox in streatham for the same sort of money, and as my main hobby is car fiddling which requires space, I have made my choice to settle up here.

If my career goes the way I intend, I will probably end up back down there in some suburb.


>> No. 65533 Searchfag
24th May 2020
Sunday 8:34 pm
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The more frequently I masturbate, the shorter I last during sex.

The more frequently I have sex, the longer I last during sex.

Explain please.
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>> No. 65534 Crabkiller
24th May 2020
Sunday 8:35 pm
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>> No. 65245 Billbob
6th April 2020
Monday 11:57 pm
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How is a wax melt attuned to an archangel?
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>> No. 65249 Searchfag
7th April 2020
Tuesday 12:32 pm
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A better question would be how well does this stuff improve the skin of your bellend.
>> No. 65250 Moralfag
7th April 2020
Tuesday 12:35 pm
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>>65249 Oh gawd, what's selfmutilationlad up to during lockdown? Probably just got a little stump left...
>> No. 65252 Samefag
8th April 2020
Wednesday 3:51 pm
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Nah metatrons were the small bionicles
>> No. 65526 YubYub
23rd May 2020
Saturday 10:28 pm
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How is the new moon energy treating you lads?
>> No. 65532 Anonymous
24th May 2020
Sunday 1:33 pm
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Just remember to cool your candles with energised water only to avoid throwing them off balance.


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>> No. 65416 Samefag
20th May 2020
Wednesday 12:06 am
/iq/65416 Purple Aki
According to the sentry we have a Birkenhead lad here, can you enlighten us on the truth about purple Aki? Is Akinwale Arobieke the one true Aki or are there others? Have you ever seen him?
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>> No. 65522 Billbob
23rd May 2020
Saturday 5:07 pm
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The archives have been a bit of a reminder that there used to be a lot more shitposting and a lot less "serious discussions in /pol/" around here 8-10 years ago.

I think at some point we all sobered up and now you can't go a thread without some cunt mentioning socialism or the "fucking tories" or what have you.
>> No. 65523 Paedofag
23rd May 2020
Saturday 5:34 pm
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I think it's more that people just got fed up of lengthy bans for making clearly tongue in cheek comments.
>> No. 65524 Searchfag
23rd May 2020
Saturday 5:58 pm
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>>65523I think purps has loosened up a bit now, you can say words like darkie or poof which would have got you banhammered in the olden days.

(A good day to you Sir!)
>> No. 65525 R4GE
23rd May 2020
Saturday 8:05 pm
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I mean plenty of good things have happened for me personally in those twelve years. i've had literally all the sex i've ever had in my life within that timespan, for example.

but as far as the world around us is concerned it's felt like a slow and constant descent into insanity. maybe i'm just a cynical cunt but I really can't think of one thing that's changed in a positive way since 2008.

the rise of e-cigs instead of fags maybe? that's how far i have to stretch.
>> No. 65531 Are Moaty
24th May 2020
Sunday 11:49 am
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Certainly seems to >>/iq/65507


>> No. 65411 Are Moaty
19th May 2020
Tuesday 11:16 pm
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Letting a boy have long hair is tantamount to child abuse.

By all means let them make the decision to grow it out when they're a teenager but a primary school age boy with long hair just looks like a girl and it always ends up unkempt and greasy because it isn't maintained properly.

It always seems to be poggy people who let their boy have long hair too.
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>> No. 65521 YubYub
23rd May 2020
Saturday 5:02 pm
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Lad have a word with yourself
>> No. 65527 Moralfag
23rd May 2020
Saturday 10:29 pm
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Which word in particular?
>> No. 65528 YubYub
23rd May 2020
Saturday 10:38 pm
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>> No. 65529 Samefag
23rd May 2020
Saturday 10:39 pm
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>> No. 65530 Moralfag
24th May 2020
Sunday 3:17 am
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>> No. 89143 Anonymous
25th February 2020
Tuesday 2:04 am
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This man is going to be the next President of the United States, and it's going to be fucking awesome.
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>> No. 89738 Anonymous
21st May 2020
Thursday 7:52 am
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Oh, for those halcyon days of being bored of Brexit instead of being bored of a global pandemic.

The transition agreement ends at the end of the year, the government say that they won't countenance an extension, but it's all fine. Everything is fine. Remain indoors.
>> No. 89739 Anonymous
21st May 2020
Thursday 9:48 am
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I don't yearn for it, everything was bleak as fuck back then and there was looking like no end to the misery. At least the 'rona has shaken everything up. I'm bored of it myself by now, of course, but the future post pandemic is going to have some interesting times.

It's funny, it's a sentiment I've seen posted here before, and I've sometimes echoed myself. What we need is a good plague, clear out the cobwebs and shake up the order. Now we've got it, and it's been both worse than we'd ever have imagined and yet more disappointing.
>> No. 89740 Anonymous
21st May 2020
Thursday 10:09 am
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Ah you bastard. Why did you have to remind me how close Bernie came to winning the nomination.
>> No. 89741 Anonymous
23rd May 2020
Saturday 3:53 am
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Bored of Brexit now bored of flu hysteria...
>> No. 89751 Anonymous
23rd May 2020
Saturday 2:33 pm
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bored of cranking my hog

(A good day to you Sir!)


>> No. 65445 Samefag
21st May 2020
Thursday 10:14 am
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Stay alert! Lazy British working-class workers. Die at your posts for Dominic Raab. Die in your warehouses for Jacob Rees-Mogg. Die in your care homes for Dominic Cumming. Middle-class workers. Work safely from home at your laptops. Text each other photographs of your Ocado deliveries, and dream of Center Parcs and Forest Holidays.
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>> No. 65513 Anonymous
23rd May 2020
Saturday 10:37 am
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>Lee’s publicist told Chortle he would not be commenting on the row, other than to accuse Spiked of "pathetic the shipping forecast'.

Hah. Nice.
>> No. 65514 Searchfag
23rd May 2020
Saturday 10:56 am
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>playground-level dolphin rape
>being offended while claiming the maturity high ground

Pick one.
>> No. 65515 Moralfag
23rd May 2020
Saturday 12:26 pm
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I feel this is a watershed moment in the accusations of Anti-Semitisim. It must be apparent at this point that the word has evidently lost all meaning.

If everyone and everything is anti-Semitic than nothing is, the word losses all power. I don't think I will be able to take a public accusation of anti-Semitism seriously again, I can’t take it on good faith that they are. And even if I found proof someone was a genuine wrong'un I wouldn't be able to explain to others, because they would assume anti-Semite turned out to mean they insulted someone who happened to be Jewish once.
>> No. 65516 YubYub
23rd May 2020
Saturday 1:26 pm
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It's been a wierd kind of establishmentarian dog-whistle for years now, and I think just about any sensible person knows there has been a certain amount of crying wolf in recent times.

I have to simply hope that before long, society at large will have learned to filter out the nonsense, in the same way nobody believes the Prince of Nigeria any more. Poor lad's been trying to shift that money for decades. Accusations of aquatic mammal molestation, Cancel culture and the twitter pitchfork mob will burn itself out.
>> No. 65517 Billbob
23rd May 2020
Saturday 1:39 pm
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It'll just be usurped by the next new thing.


>> No. 28764 Anonymous
23rd July 2019
Tuesday 4:48 pm
/101/28764 Summer
Fuck off sun

It is 34 today, it'll be 37 on Thursday.
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>> No. 28845 Anonymous
27th July 2019
Saturday 3:29 pm
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been sweating my ass off all week welding in this heat. but 3 hours before i leave the fucking weekend rain starts again FML.
>> No. 30075 Anonymous
23rd May 2020
Saturday 12:57 am
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My nemesis hath returned once more and with him always seems to follow the sweary season on

Let us remember to repeat this mantra "is this person actually an insufferable cunt or is it simply too fucking hot"?
>> No. 30078 Anonymous
23rd May 2020
Saturday 3:41 am
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I want it to be winter again
>> No. 30079 Anonymous
23rd May 2020
Saturday 3:55 am
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Give it a couple of months.
>> No. 30080 Anonymous
23rd May 2020
Saturday 7:49 am
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Days start getting shorter in less then 4 weeks. ITZ COMING.


>> No. 65475 Are Moaty
22nd May 2020
Friday 4:25 pm
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>> No. 65499 Crabkiller
22nd May 2020
Friday 11:10 pm
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Or maybe that's just what you think you remember reading?
>> No. 65500 Ambulancelad
22nd May 2020
Friday 11:40 pm
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May well be, popular imagination is often a release mechanism for whatever challenges a notion of exceptionalism. Brave lads going over the top is what we're told instead of largely helpless mechanised slaughter and grown men wetting themselves out of absolute terror.

I saw the picture in the OP posted on Twitter by dear dear dear Lord Ashcroft. He's like Alan Sugar but without the chequered background of selling wonky computers.
>> No. 65501 Anonymous
23rd May 2020
Saturday 1:45 am
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Me nan's on .gs! Callooh! Callay!
>> No. 65503 Anonymous
23rd May 2020
Saturday 3:07 am
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And, didst thou slay the nanny?
>> No. 65505 Auntiefucker
23rd May 2020
Saturday 3:39 am
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Comparing the hysterical flu nonsense to WW2 is pretty funny


>> No. 65421 Anonymous
20th May 2020
Wednesday 7:33 am
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Looking up the hairy maclary stage show was a mistake.
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>> No. 65430 Anonymous
20th May 2020
Wednesday 9:50 am
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Why is it that they're all so fucking rich? There's this one furry that runs some sort of business with 300+ staff and has a mind boggling car collection, easily into the millions. Also owns a tank.

I don't really care what you're into but seeing his little blank furry face peering out of some of my personal dream cars is an odd experience.
>> No. 65431 R4GE
20th May 2020
Wednesday 10:04 am
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You only notice the rich ones because a fursuit of any half decent quality costs more than most cars. And even then they usually look shit. You probably wouldn't be surprised to find out a lot of furries are pretty successful coders and what have you, because they're all utterly autistic.

If you see a furry wearing something that looks anywhere near professionally made, they had to be rich to afford it. The high end ones for wearing at a convention all day have cooling systems built in that make the apollo space suit look like it was bodged together on scrapheap challenge.

If you're an artist and comfortable drawing glistening dog dicks, furries are a reliable market that will stay with you through the harshest of recessions and pay you silly money for their niche fetish.
>> No. 65434 Crabkiller
20th May 2020
Wednesday 10:37 am
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Would you say furries are an untapped niche for gold-diggers?
>> No. 65449 Moralfag
21st May 2020
Thursday 11:35 am
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Only if said gold digger is a twinky efemminate gay lad, who is also a furry.
>> No. 65504 Billbob
23rd May 2020
Saturday 3:38 am
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''Welcome to the lake of fire, we shall be your guides''


>> No. 23160 Anonymous
20th May 2020
Wednesday 7:06 pm
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>The BBC is considering the case for bringing back BBC Three as a regular TV channel, four years after it was taken off air and moved online. The youth channel, which commissioned hits like Normal People and Fleabag, will also have its budget doubled.

>It left linear TV in 2016 to save £30m, and because the corporation said young people were watching more shows online. The BBC now says it is "considering the case" for returning the channel to "linear television". A BBC spokesman said "we'd be wrong not to back a service that is doing better than anyone could have ever conceived". The turnaround will be formally announced as part of the BBC's annual plan on Wednesday, but there was no news about the fate of BBC Four, which has been rumoured for the axe.

There's lots of rumours at the moment that BBC Four will either become a repeats channel or be hived off into some international market channel. I guess the focus of the BBC these days is producing buying shit that nobody will watch.
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>> No. 23168 Anonymous
22nd May 2020
Friday 1:18 am
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How much does the Corporation make from its global wing then? Selling syndication rights to things like Doctor Who and Clarkson-era silly Top Gear must be worth a fair bit and easily cover the cost of cheap quiz shows that have been a thing for 20 odd years. If there's going to be any review of funding, what could reasonably be assumed if the Corporation introduces a digital only license? I can think of a fair few negatives, mostly privacy issues and the associated costs of administrating and maintaining whatever system is decided on.

It's a bit late now, I'll more than likely be back when it isn't dark.
>> No. 23169 Anonymous
22nd May 2020
Friday 1:23 am
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I don't need to pay the license fee, but I'd happily pay a tax or pay the license fee every month if that doggy diarrhea stained pile of rancid camel cum compnay "TV Licensing" wasn't involved.
>> No. 23170 Anonymous
22nd May 2020
Friday 6:47 pm
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The annoying thing is I'd pay the licensce fee every month but "TV Licensing" can die on a doggy diarrhea dappled pile of rancid camel cum. I'd much rather the BBC be funded by an NI style tax.
>> No. 23171 Anonymous
22nd May 2020
Friday 6:50 pm
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We heard you the first time.
>> No. 23172 Anonymous
22nd May 2020
Friday 6:50 pm
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I lost the delete password, sorry.


>> No. 65468 Auntiefucker
22nd May 2020
Friday 1:26 am
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>> No. 65469 Anonymous
22nd May 2020
Friday 2:14 am
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most of those people are probably dead now
>> No. 65470 Crabkiller
22nd May 2020
Friday 7:49 am
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Reddit strikes again.


>> No. 27454 Anonymous
18th May 2020
Monday 8:38 pm
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Later on in the year I'll be converting my garage and setting up a home office.

I've got a habit of getting carried away and buying things with higher specs than I'll actually need. For the job itself I won't need a computer to do much more than running Word, Excel and a few online tools.

If you had a budget of, say, £1,000 how would you allocate that between the computer, monitors, desk, chair and other equipment? I've been advised to also get a large whiteboard for one of the walls and I wouldn't mind a decent sound system eventually.
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>> No. 27461 Anonymous
18th May 2020
Monday 10:33 pm
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The current "shed" is actually a converted garage. The key is the gas heating which turns it into a lovable/liveable room.
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18th May 2020
Monday 10:51 pm
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The sheer amount of real estate on a big 4k monitor is ludicrous - it's effectively four 1080p monitors in one seamless unit. There are arguments for multi-monitor setups, but a sufficiently large monitor gives you tons of flexibility. You know that window snapping thing that Windows 10 does if you drag a window to the edge or corner of a screen? That's actually useful when you've got enough size and resolution. I have quite a high scaling factor because of my terrible eyesight, but I've still got more desktop space than I know what to do with.
>> No. 27463 Anonymous
21st May 2020
Thursday 5:01 pm
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If you're not too bothered by the aesthetic, you might want to use a workbench for a desk. Much more durable than flimsy flat pack crap, and much more affordable than an actual solid, well-constructed desk.
>> No. 27464 Anonymous
21st May 2020
Thursday 5:04 pm
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If you're going in that direction, a fire door and four legs is incredibly good value. You can build an enormous/solid desk for about 40 quid.
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21st May 2020
Thursday 5:20 pm
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I went a similar route with scaffold planks. So very easy to do.


>> No. 437167 Anonymous
19th May 2020
Tuesday 11:13 pm
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Is there anything (besides the financial requirements) preventing me from sending something to every household in the country?

Lets say I wanted everyone to see this picture of an anteater - could I theoretically mail 20 million copies of it, or would this somehow land one in hot water with the authorities?
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>> No. 437175 Anonymous
20th May 2020
Wednesday 8:29 am
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I eagerly await my anteater.
>> No. 437176 Anonymous
20th May 2020
Wednesday 8:34 am
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>GDPR issues
I was thinking of just using Google maps to pick random streets, and then sticking with lower house numbers (say, 1-20) to reduce the likelihood of failed delivery.
>> No. 437177 Anonymous
20th May 2020
Wednesday 9:19 am
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If you just want to get in the news you could start by picking towns or cities and sending them to everyone there. If you just send them to all x-numbered homes they're less likely to mention it to each other than if you send them to everyone in a locality.
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20th May 2020
Wednesday 9:40 am
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>> No. 437181 Anonymous
20th May 2020
Wednesday 1:14 pm
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Also the date of delivery might cause issues with communication between neighbourhoods. I imagine anteater day arriving at once across the whole country would be more likely to make national news.
Could you make such requests of Royal Mail?


>> No. 65441 Anonymous
20th May 2020
Wednesday 11:40 am
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Arise, sir Tom.


>> No. 3840 Anonymous
19th September 2013
Thursday 10:03 pm
/£$€¥/3840 Pensions
The OFT have come out and said that many old (i.e. set up before 2001) pension schemes have high charges and offer savers poor value for money. They've also suggested a cap for auto-enrolment schemes, but it's going to be an almost meaningless gesture as you'd be very hard pressed to find a provider offering auto-enrolment terms with annual management charges greater than 1% anyway.

The pension scheme I'm in at work (contribution: 5% employer, 5% employee gross) has management charges of 0.6%, which I'm alright with as it's less than I'd get if I was investing in collectives through an ISA.

However, I've put the charges and contribution details into Invidion's pension calculator for an idea of what I'd get when I'm 65, 40 years from now, and if my salary increases in line with National Average Earnings and I took the 25% tax-free lump sum I'd be looking at a pension in today's terms of 27.5% of my current salary. If I wanted a pension that would be about two-thirds of what I'm earning now then I'll need to contribute, assuming the employer contribution stays at 5%, 15% gross (12% net) of my salary every year for the next four decades. This does depend on what annuity rates will be like then and I'd also be getting the State Pension, as long as they haven't upped the age you receive it to 80 by then.

If it wasn't for the tax relief and my employer matching my contributions then I doubt I'd bother and I'd look into other ways to support myself while I'm in retirement. What about you lads? What are your thoughts on pensions? In my opinion to have any form of decent retirement income you're at the mercy of your employer offering a good pension scheme.
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>> No. 7833 Anonymous
19th February 2020
Wednesday 7:41 am
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Rejoice, lads. The Vanguard SIPP is finally here.
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23rd February 2020
Sunday 2:58 pm
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I am moving my pensions from a managed fund with Royal London that had 5% in UK Gilts and had underperformed the benchmark for 5 years (with a 1% expense ratio) into a Vanguard all-world equities index fund (0.37% expense ratio).
>> No. 7835 Anonymous
23rd February 2020
Sunday 4:27 pm
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Might my local government pension be better than this?
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23rd February 2020
Sunday 5:02 pm
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I've had a quick look but I think I might be better keeping with Aviva for the time being.

>> No. 7874 Anonymous
19th May 2020
Tuesday 8:29 pm
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The IFS have suggested that too many low earners might be contributing to a pension scheme, worried that they shouldn't be reducing their earnings.

Excuse me while I go and bang my head against a brick wall. I would upload the chart from the link but posting images on /£$€¥/ appears to be fucked at the moment.


>> No. 436810 Anonymous
10th May 2020
Sunday 11:10 am
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Are most people in a relationship happy?

I seem to have a number of friends who like to portray themselves as being in a perfect relationship when the reality tends to be markedly different. Do people stay in an unhappy relationship because they find it preferable to being alone or they find the breakup itself too much hassle; you have to unwind yourself financially from someone, you may be accustomed to the lifestyle supported by two incomes, there may be kids involved, you may feel there's social stigma involved in a failed relationship or you simply lack the balls to do initiate it. Do a lot of people just settle?

I'd be interested to know your thoughts.
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>> No. 437113 Anonymous
18th May 2020
Monday 3:20 pm
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Early Rome was a hub for mirgrants iirc.
>> No. 437119 Anonymous
18th May 2020
Monday 5:40 pm
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> Rob Beckett

Cunt went to the same school as Tom Allen. As my granny used to say, you can't make a silk purse out of a pig's ear.
>> No. 437142 Anonymous
19th May 2020
Tuesday 1:18 am
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It's not a bad school if it produced two nationally known comedians. Even if one was a pauper and the other one's a poof.
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19th May 2020
Tuesday 12:50 pm
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The poof and the pauper, title of your wedding video?
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19th May 2020
Tuesday 3:16 pm
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>> No. 41065 Anonymous
5th May 2020
Tuesday 7:36 pm
/x/41065 Sex Toys
I was wondering if we could get a sex toy thread going as there's not much keeping my hands busy on weekends. Open for recommendations on all sorts.

Personally, I was thinking of picking up a fleshlight but I have no idea on where/how to start. Buying a good one that is. It didn't feel right to ask on a sfw board like /g/ so my options were limited in seeking recommendations.
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>> No. 41088 Anonymous
18th May 2020
Monday 3:58 pm
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I'm 28, I really fucking hope I get to see some proper sexbots. Ideally ones that look like Jennie Kim.
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18th May 2020
Monday 7:27 pm
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>Won't the sexbot be inhabited by an AI that'll make it all much more credible and fun?

I'm sceptical over how this will play out. With cloud-computing of a sub-human AI you're essentially putting your dick in a facebook algorithm so at any moment it might go "harder senpai awoo~ :3" or morph into the Go Compare bloke. That's without getting into the significant hurdles of bio-mechanics or it's limitations on the theatre of the mind.

At any rate, first thing I'm going to do with a sexbot is send it out to find a job. That's probably what retirement will be like, you'll mentally operate your "sexbot" from your deathbed and after that your brain's neurons will be recycled to keep doing it. Nobody will know why all sexbots eventually start screaming so they'll just remove the audio.

>> No. 41091 Anonymous
18th May 2020
Monday 7:46 pm
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This is my best offer:

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18th May 2020
Monday 8:21 pm
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What is going on in that picture exactly it looks like the flesh is burning off a dildo to reveal a mechanical interior with 5 missile pods. Is this what is inside a T-800s pants?
>> No. 41100 Anonymous
18th May 2020
Monday 11:10 pm
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We thought penis-lad was merely looking to lose sensitivity to tactile touch. We thought wrong.


>> No. 436530 Anonymous
30th April 2020
Thursday 11:58 am
/b/436530 Ukrainian Encyclopedia Dramatica
Good day, everybody.
I'm from Ukrainian Encyclopedia Dramatica.
Our article about your board is very small and uninformative.
Tell me of her memes, her story. I will gladly read and bring it to our encyclopedia.
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>> No. 436556 Anonymous
1st May 2020
Friday 1:25 am
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If Ukrainians are воры газа, are they therefore Israeli?
>> No. 436557 Anonymous
1st May 2020
Friday 2:44 am
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No - I think it was because the names in /zoo/ insults people, and we asked some Russians the best way to insult Ukrainians.
>> No. 436561 Anonymous
1st May 2020
Friday 9:53 am
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I see what you did there.
>> No. 436570 Anonymous
1st May 2020
Friday 11:34 pm
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Все ли хохлы вычурные, как ОП?
>> No. 437137 Anonymous
18th May 2020
Monday 9:33 pm
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Ukrainian language is just a rural, peasant form of speak that is somewhere between Polish and Russian.


>> No. 437123 Anonymous
18th May 2020
Monday 6:59 pm
/b/437123 Krautchan Locked
They're talking about you fags on KC

(A good day to you Sir!)
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>> No. 437124 Anonymous
18th May 2020
Monday 7:02 pm
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And nothing of value was missed


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