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>> No. 13168 Anonymous
12th August 2017
Saturday 8:38 pm
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Violent clashes have erupted between white nationalists attending a far-right march and counter-protesters in the US state of Virginia.

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>> No. 19405 Anonymous
28th May 2019
Tuesday 3:39 pm
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I don't agree with your conflation of what we're "able" to do and what's "cheaper".

Places like Detroit and Cuba show that it's entirely possible to grow food locally to feed people for next to nothing, even in urban areas. The less we import, the more chances farmers in distant places have to grow their own food to subsist on instead of being stuck growing cash crops for other people.
>> No. 19406 Anonymous
28th May 2019
Tuesday 3:53 pm
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Growing locally is going to get you gluts of things as they come into season, and that's a good way to increase dumping. I wouldn't even call it waste, particularly. To get enough tomatoes, say, for a 6 month season, the peak months are going to be an excess, unless you're proposing every locality has its own processing facility, or a load of logistics that nobody's going to want to pay for to get the excess to a more central processor.
Having started growing things at home recently, and being surrounded by proper farms, has given me an appreciation of the effort that goes into delivering food to gobs. Also the absurdly short growing season this far north, and how decoupled we are from its effects. Hay, grain stores, cold stores full of fruit, butter, cheese - all variously tortuous ways of storing sunlight for winter time.
>> No. 19408 Anonymous
28th May 2019
Tuesday 3:59 pm
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>Places like Detroit and Cuba show that it's entirely possible to grow food locally to feed people for next to nothing, even in urban areas

Cuba is not a good example, as it has heavily depended on foreign food imports in the past because its poorly equipped and inefficient agricultural sector was unable to feed all their citizens. And the foods they exported, at least after the revolution, tended to be of mediocre quality as well. Cuba used to supply half the Communist Bloc with oranges, for example, but they were juice oranges, not table oranges. The difference as such is marginal, and in terms of taste, fully ripe juice oranges are actually superior to table oranges. But juice oranges usually look a bit unappealing, they tend to have green or dark spots and pockmarks on their outer skin, and they are usually noticeably smaller than table oranges. Not a problem if you turn them into juice, but for a long time, they were passed off as table oranges in countries like the German Democratic Republic or Czechoslovakia, and people used to form long queues in front of state owned grocery shops because even then they were a rare commodity.

Not sure how I got from efficient food distribution to Cuban juice oranges, but oh well.
>> No. 19409 Anonymous
28th May 2019
Tuesday 4:10 pm
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And I don't think Detroit's a particularly convincing argument that local people can grow (enough) food for next to nothing.
It's a fine thing that people are growing green stuff in cities, and that they're doing it for free, but the tedious gruntwork of growing grains and bulk plants is neither free nor sane on a small scale. People moved into cities away from agricultural labour because it's fucking hard work, especially if manual labour's involved, rather than running expensive machines over big fields.
Go back to manual farming, and I suspect there would be riots about food prices, and a lot less obesity. Possibly rationing. Good times!
>> No. 19410 Anonymous
28th May 2019
Tuesday 4:12 pm
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>It's incumbent on those of us who are already on the right of the graph to curb our consumption now

Fuck that. There's a myriad of solutions we can devise to boost productivity and, under GMO or vitro meat, even have a more environmentally friendly agricultural system. With the sheer amount of money involved our greed shall propel us toward a brighter future.

If you want to live on a loaf of bread a day then go back to Sparta.

This isn't how famine works and flooding domestic/international markets with surplus would do more than good. You can't stop a warlord blocking aid convoys with potatoes (unless you threw them at him) and you can't sort out the local farm economy by dumping food.


>> No. 7496 Anonymous
26th March 2019
Tuesday 11:07 am
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Is there a way to sell on eBay without using PayPal? And I'm not talking about cash on collection.

Also if I want to sell on other sites and post things out to people but don't want to use PayPal, what methods can I use not to get scammed?
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>> No. 7499 Anonymous
26th March 2019
Tuesday 5:02 pm
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>I just hate PayPal as a company

If you hate them that much I would suggest you also shouldn't be using the platform of the company that has owned and operated them for the last 16 years.
>> No. 7535 Anonymous
19th May 2019
Sunday 5:50 pm
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No they haven't? Might wanna read some tech news from the last five years. Next year Paypal won't even be their payment processor.
>> No. 7538 Anonymous
21st May 2019
Tuesday 10:07 am
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Who is replacing it?
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21st May 2019
Tuesday 6:11 pm
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>> No. 7540 Anonymous
27th May 2019
Monday 5:16 pm
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>> No. 63358 YubYub
27th May 2019
Monday 12:27 pm
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He's only gone and done it again.
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>> No. 63359 YubYub
27th May 2019
Monday 12:30 pm
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Isn't this guy a UKIP MP or something now? The whole "It's just bants" argument's a bit thin now.
>> No. 63360 YubYub
27th May 2019
Monday 12:55 pm
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No, he was standing but did not get voted in.
>> No. 63361 Billbob
27th May 2019
Monday 1:01 pm
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>> No. 63362 Samefag
27th May 2019
Monday 2:34 pm
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How's he gonna train his dog to do tricks for a gag but not put any files in the desktop folders he's deleting?

0/10 wouldn't watch again.


>> No. 27138 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 6:01 pm
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How can I disable the bloody Firefox auto-update thingy?
I used to be able to do that with a bit of about:config fiddling. Since version 62-64 that seems to be ineffectual. It still nags me with idiot 'UPDATE AVAILABLE PLS INSTALL' pop-ups.
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>> No. 27153 Anonymous
26th May 2019
Sunday 8:28 pm
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The sheer gall of people wanting open software to be open without explaing themselves to you.
>> No. 27154 Anonymous
26th May 2019
Sunday 8:38 pm
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What's the best way to rip my dick off?

>That's probably not a good idea mate, there'll be blood and pain and you'll probably get sectioned.

>Yeah, I think why is more important than how in this scenario. Are you OK m8?

Bloody typical, I just want to know the best way to rip my dick off but I just get patronised and insulted. Stop being smartarses and tell me how to rip my dick off.

>I dunno, maybe tie a rope around it, tie the other end to a tree, get in your car and floor it?

Jesus christ, that's really going to hurt and I'll get blood all over my upholstery, I don't want to do that. Does anyone know a clean, painless way to rip my dick off?

>> No. 27155 Anonymous
26th May 2019
Sunday 9:00 pm
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We can't give you a proper answer if we don't know the context of the question.
>> No. 27157 Anonymous
26th May 2019
Sunday 10:01 pm
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>why do the thing you are trying to do things completely differently from me why don't you just do this thing that doesn't apply to your problem.

Ah so you're the guy in charge of stack overflow threads I see.
>> No. 27158 Anonymous
26th May 2019
Sunday 10:19 pm
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Please mark as answered if this helped you. I derive self-esteem from my internet points.


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26th May 2019
Sunday 1:49 am
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>> No. 2526 Anonymous
26th May 2019
Sunday 8:14 am
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I'd pour his slab, IYKWIM
>> No. 2527 Anonymous
26th May 2019
Sunday 9:01 am
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I don't know what you mean.
>> No. 2528 Anonymous
26th May 2019
Sunday 8:23 pm
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He had me going till the end there. Grade A jokester.


>> No. 27127 Anonymous
23rd May 2019
Thursday 2:38 pm
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How viable is freelance web dev right now? Be it front, back, full.

I'm working a 9-5 Network Engineering job, and whilst the pay is decent at 32k (for my area of the country, and being a graduate's first proper job), I'd much rather work to my own accord remotely, and networking is really not the area for that.

I get the impression it isn't very realistic, what with the saturation of webdev bootcamp 'graduates' looking to fulfil the work in your pants dream, and those make your website in one click things like wix.

I have some programming skills, but none I think are particularly relevant (Python, bash), so if the answer is yes , it is viable, I'd like some pointers on areas to focus on please, both in terms of technical skills and areas within web development that offer some opportunity.

I gather (for front end) it is some order of: HTML, CSS, Javascript, Bootstrap, Jquery, Git, node.js, mongodb.

Thank you.
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>> No. 27133 Anonymous
24th May 2019
Friday 11:43 pm
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Honestly a better answer than some I've heard.
> I never had to do that
> I just use it to make API calls
> Well, actually I just modified existing scripts
> I just put it on the CV because it gets me past the filters
> I use ansible which is written in python. If I can't do it in the playbooks, then clearly I'm doing it wrong!

This should really be a /101/ thread.
>> No. 27134 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 1:19 am
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My area is data analysis so naturally I'm an abysmal programmer. I assume by the question you mean 'opening' a file within the space where python can fiddle around with its constituent bytes. Generally there are library-specific functions for different filetypes in my field, for your bog-standard NumPy array I'd just use np.load() for example. Am I completely thick? Wouldn't it depend entirely on what data structure you want to work with anyway? With an unusual filetype I'd have to research what methods exist for working with it. If you're talking about loading the pure byte stream as a univariate array/list, I'm ashamed to admit I don't know.
>> No. 27135 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 2:03 am
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Python has a built-in open() function.
>> No. 27137 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 3:21 pm
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> Network Engineering job
What do you do exactly?
>> No. 27149 Anonymous
26th May 2019
Sunday 1:30 pm
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> Am I completely thick?

No, and tedious as the answers I listed were the people who gave them weren't thick either. The question is a bit open ended to find out what kind of interaction people had with the language and which direction they approach it from and if that matches up with what we're after. It's intended to sound out how much of what they write is reciting magic incantations v.s. some deeper understanding of what it is they're making the language do (hence the follow up question on context managers). That sort of approach happens to be useful for what we need, but it's not more "correct" or "better".

You'd be far from the only one to use python like a DSL for their niche and if that's all you need from it to get your job done then that's cool, too!


>> No. 8834 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 10:30 pm
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I know nothing about football and was wondering what people thought of East Grinstead. Are they basically as low as you can get in the world of football?

I went to school with this bloke and was surprised to find he's now a football manager.
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>> No. 8836 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 10:53 pm
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Same tier as Ossett United, then.

>> No. 8837 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 11:00 pm
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>they're also a long way from the bottom

but they're definitely shit?
>> No. 8838 Anonymous
26th May 2019
Sunday 3:09 am
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ffs you didn't go to Imberhorne did you?
>> No. 8839 Anonymous
26th May 2019
Sunday 9:55 am
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nah, we both went to a school in dartford
>> No. 8840 Anonymous
26th May 2019
Sunday 10:36 am
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There's no quim likes to party, like the quim down in Darty


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24th May 2019
Friday 7:54 pm
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>> No. 63357 Moralfag
25th May 2019
Saturday 10:52 pm
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>> No. 24774 Anonymous
3rd November 2015
Tuesday 10:49 am
/g/24774 New phone
So my Three contract (24m One Plan at £33.50pm) is finally bloody ending and I'd rather not keep paying for this lacklustre Galaxy S4. It's caused me more bother than good.

Do any of you chaps have recommendations for a more modern handset, perhaps on contract at a lesser price? Stock Android is a bonus. Expandable memory is a must.
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>> No. 27124 Anonymous
21st May 2019
Tuesday 4:33 pm
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Bugger to that. He's just 46 and he looks as if he's well into his sixties on that pic.
>> No. 27125 Anonymous
21st May 2019
Tuesday 8:04 pm
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He's also got 8 kids, and a YouTube channel about freeing your mind and escaping serfdom.

He's clearly been busy since he got out of jail. But then, it was news to me he was even released. Just goes to show how fast time flies- More than a decade has passed since I was a greasy teenlad into Mayhem and Burzum. Varg has had 8 kids and all I've got is a lot of debt.
>> No. 27126 Anonymous
21st May 2019
Tuesday 8:26 pm
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>8 kids
>a lot of debt
Aren't these the same thing?
>> No. 27136 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 3:16 pm
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Not when the debtor doesn't have 8 kids, I guess.
>> No. 27145 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 10:30 pm
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Just a middle class LARPer that missed the antifa bus


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

My friends think I'm a freak because I very rarely eat Subway or Nando's; as far I can tell it's just, not especially good quality, grilled chicken that has been marinated in peri-peri sauce. Am I missing something here?
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>> No. 13033 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 2:02 pm
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Part of takeaway pizza for me was the rush. It arrives, a huge meaty spicy monster, I scoff it down all to myself in a ridiculously short amount of time, and then it's over. I've had my fix and then I just want to lie around and digest while feeling disgusted with myself. The idea of then having more pizza later on or the next day is absurd. So I very rarely get it anymore because there never seems to be any decent deals anymore for the fat greedy loner who wants to spend about a tenner on a big pizza.
>> No. 13034 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 2:07 pm
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If you've never had leftover pizza for breakfast then you are truly missing out on life.
>> No. 13035 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 2:47 pm
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Then you're doing it wrong.

Take a pan, heat it up, stick your pizza in there, add a few splashes of water and cover the pan for about a minute or two - the result is usually better than the pizza as delivered.
>> No. 13036 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 2:49 pm
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You're supposed to eat it cold, while slumped on the kitchen floor in a hungover mess.
>> No. 13037 Anonymous
25th May 2019
Saturday 6:08 pm
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Anyone should know that leftover pizza is one of the best things to exist in this miraculous universe of ours.

However, that's yet another way Domino's and their ilk fall short. Their pizza dries out and loses flavour overnight, and it doesn't take reheating well at all. This is contrary to the cheap, dirty kind of pizza you get from Alis Kebab Shack, which only improves to a subtler depth of flavour and richer texture when consumed cold; and develops a satisfying crisp tanginess when reheated.

It's like anything Yank made. Cars, donuts, guitars... You're paying over the odds for something that is objectively worse in almost every possible metric.


>> No. 5456 Anonymous
4th April 2014
Friday 3:02 am
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This was really good.
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>> No. 6981 Anonymous
3rd May 2019
Friday 10:51 am
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Bar the typical American fashion self-help giddy bollocks it's been an interesting story so far (I'm 6-7 chapters in).
There about half a chapter where he muses about the reasons he'd got into this shit (namely BUD/S training). I still have a hard time fully grasping all the self-imposed suffering. Not that I don't understand it; three Hell Weeks and the rest of that spec ops training plus the 100 mile marathon in 24 hours without any bloody preparation - it's just so much for one human being that I cannot fully comprehend it as a grand scheme.
Stone tough and fucking mad.
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4th May 2019
Saturday 1:08 pm
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>> No. 6983 Anonymous
4th May 2019
Saturday 3:56 pm
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It's annoying that it's not going to be on the BBC for another six or seven months.
>> No. 6984 Anonymous
5th May 2019
Sunday 4:41 pm
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Yeah I liked his interview on Impact theory. As far as yanks go, he's a pretty interesting one.
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25th May 2019
Saturday 4:08 pm
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I haven't had any time to continue reading it properly besides advancing just one or two chapters further. There's another titbit in there that recites something similar I've read from some SAS veteran. A reporter once asked the said vet how he'd managed to make it through the gruelling training. He replied that on many days he'd thought about quitting, he would say to himself that he'd try and toil just until 'lunch' and then quit. Each time he did, he'd postpone the decision to quit.
Goggins mentions the same strategy he'd used during that fucking Oahu ultramarathon.


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>> No. 63353 Crabkiller
23rd May 2019
Thursday 6:48 pm
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>> No. 63354 Moralfag
23rd May 2019
Thursday 7:22 pm
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N1 Clarkson
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24th May 2019
Friday 5:04 pm
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Nah lad this is how u do it


>> No. 27047 Anonymous
12th July 2018
Thursday 2:03 pm
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So, I've decided to try and not be that guy, a relationship-less virgin, into my mid-20s, which doesn't leave me with very long. I'm home from uni for the summer and have decided it's time to sort my act out.

The only problem - where to meet women?

I've completed tinder in a 15 mile radius, likewise for Bumble - zero (0) matches. I've messaged pretty much every girl on OKCupid with a match >75%; not one has replied.

What can I do now? The few local schoolfriends I am still in contact with are all male, everyone at my job is male, and all the women I talk to (from uni) are either in a relationship or otherwise not an option.

Going out to clubs doesn't work because a) I don't have anyone to go with, and b) when I try and do anything but stand at the bar drinking in a club (ie dance) I look like a tortoise trying to pilot a motorcycle.

Any ideas?
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>> No. 28533 Anonymous
23rd May 2019
Thursday 7:18 am
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Find the thread in the catalogue. Slimming World is genuinely one of the prime places for meeting women once you've reached the age where your social opportunities dwindle.
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23rd May 2019
Thursday 7:39 am
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Fat women, surely?
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23rd May 2019
Thursday 7:42 am
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We cover this in the thread.
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23rd May 2019
Thursday 7:43 am
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Plenty of women who aren't fat go to slimming clubs. Find the thread and be enlightened.
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23rd May 2019
Thursday 7:45 am
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For reference.


>> No. 19319 Anonymous
21st May 2019
Tuesday 3:03 pm
/news/19319 Jamie Oliver restaurant empire collapses, risking 1,000 jobs

Jamie Oliver’s restaurant empire is calling in administrators, putting more than 1,000 jobs at risk.

The company, which includes 23 Jamie’s Italian outlets, plus the Fifteen and Barbecoa restaurants in London and Jamie’s Diner at Gatwick airport, said KPMG would be appointed as administrator.

Oliver said: “I am deeply saddened by this outcome and would like to thank all of the staff and our suppliers who have put their hearts and souls into this business for over a decade. I appreciate how difficult this is for everyone affected.
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>> No. 19352 Anonymous
22nd May 2019
Wednesday 5:55 pm
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This is something that takeaways have done for a while, so I could see it happening. I feel like people want to imagine their food coming from a real, proper restaurant, but I suppose they never need to know it's actually a warehouse on an industrial estate, and the associated increase in quality and lower price you'd be able to swing from such a venture would work out.

It's hard to say as the public is fickle and buying restaurant food has always been skewed in favour of image over substance. But I reckon calling it a cloud kitchen might be enough to sway them.
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22nd May 2019
Wednesday 10:09 pm
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Maybe not an industrial estate, you'd still want to be within 10-20 minutes of your resdiential catchment area to keep delivery times short. The rest feels spot on, however. If you could ditch the shop front etc. you forgo the chance at becoming a "happening" place that makes money from walk ins, but who opens Just Eat, Deliveroo or whatever to look for the last place they had a nice sit-down meal and have it delivered? Delivered food is a separate skill. Food needs to be compatible with being delivered, though, potentialy in an insulated hotbox for an hour. Wet things in box plus sauce based thing wins without effort.
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22nd May 2019
Wednesday 10:26 pm
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>Maybe not an industrial estate, you'd still want to be within 10-20 minutes of your resdiential catchment area to keep delivery times short.

There's an industrial estate ten minutes from where I am, surely that's normal for a city.
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22nd May 2019
Wednesday 11:40 pm
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Depends on where you live, I guess. London is vast, Birmingham is big, Manchester, Birmingham or Glasgow.
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23rd May 2019
Thursday 12:04 am
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Sticking the auxiliary kitchen a bit further out in the suburbs is an advantage, because it extends the delivery range. In a major city like London or Birmingham, you ideally want the second kitchen a few miles from the restaurant to minimise the overlap between the two.


>> ID: 2082fa No. 14938 Anonymous
16th May 2019
Thursday 6:18 am

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I think you should re-open the dream thread. It's only really /beat/ where lengthy threads can be a nuisance, due to the number of YouTube embeds.
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>> ID: 98ca28 No. 14968 Anonymous
19th May 2019
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>> ID: 7b587c No. 14969 Anonymous
19th May 2019
Sunday 12:53 pm

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I glanced over your post whilst scrolling down the /shed/ and immediately thought about that speech.
Thanks for living up to my expectations.
>> ID: 2082fa No. 14975 Anonymous
22nd May 2019
Wednesday 7:03 pm

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Fuck's sake. I was just about to post in the workplace annoyances thread on /job/ and it's locked. We don't need a new thread; I doubt someone is going to read the entirety of the dream thread, but the workplace annoyances thread certainly has its moments.
>> ID: 173e15 No. 14976 Anonymous
22nd May 2019
Wednesday 7:16 pm

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It's odd to me that we're locking all the one-topic megathreads yet keeping weekend/weekday megathreads going - surely that is the wrong way around?
>> ID: 9ee3e5 No. 14977 Anonymous
22nd May 2019
Wednesday 7:22 pm

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Exactly. Lock the weekend and weekday threads after, say, four weeks but leave the megathreads alone.


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19th May 2019
Sunday 4:14 pm
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21st May 2019
Tuesday 8:02 pm
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That's actually a really nice monitor stand.


>> No. 22481 Anonymous
13th November 2018
Tuesday 5:14 pm
/v/22481 Detective Pikachu

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2nd May 2019
Thursday 4:32 pm
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He's the only good thing in this movie.
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2nd May 2019
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>> No. 22773 Anonymous
21st May 2019
Tuesday 12:25 am
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Watched Detective Pikachu tonight; If you are a fan of pokemon (as in you still actively play them as opposed to just nostalgically remember red and blue and tried pokemon go out) There is probably something you'll get out of it.

If you have no real interest in pokemon I don't expect you to find much charm in it as the ridiculous premise isn't taken to the absurd levels you would hope (the best parts of it are all in the trailer), it isn't that the film is dull but if you aren't in the 'know' I could see you getting lost and not picking up on details.

Story and characters feel mostly like they came out of an JRPG, because they did.
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21st May 2019
Tuesday 2:34 pm
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Thanks for that; I'll avoid it then. I wouldn't have gone into it expecting to know all the latest Pokemon and what they can do but that shouldn't have stopped me from enjoying it if it was written well.
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21st May 2019
Tuesday 3:00 pm
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There is still fun to be had. And it is hard for me to separate all of my knowledge collected over the years from what someone would be able to pick up fresh, if that makes sense.

I might be being a bit harsh. It probably is a fine film to shovel popcorn into your mouth too. There is nothing wrong with it as such.

It is a detective story, but not a mystery that I think the audience can solve among with the characters. I don't think in 10 years it will be remembered for anything other than its novelty.


>> No. 424669 Anonymous
2nd March 2019
Saturday 2:35 pm
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Weekend thread: bangers and mash edition.

If that lad with all the instant mash is about then I may have a business proposition for him; I went a bit overboard buying wholesale bags of Quorn sausages from Farmfoods.
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>> No. 426950 Anonymous
20th May 2019
Monday 2:57 am
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Frank Zappa 6, Hitler 1.
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20th May 2019
Monday 2:39 pm
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Hitler also has an extinct cockroach named after him.
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20th May 2019
Monday 3:27 pm
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There's a bleak poetry to that fact.
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20th May 2019
Monday 9:24 pm
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20th May 2019
Monday 10:00 pm
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Shove your Facebook memes up your arse.


>> No. 2507 Anonymous
18th May 2019
Saturday 3:10 pm
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how to get rid of unwanted soil?

i've been doing some gardening and i have about a dozen bucket's worth of top soil to get rid of.

i advertised it on freecycle but non-one wanted it so what can i do?

would it be safe to put it down the drain? i'd do it gradually and flush it through with plenty of water.
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>> No. 2520 Anonymous
18th May 2019
Saturday 8:05 pm
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costs £35
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18th May 2019
Saturday 8:06 pm
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They'll probably waive that if you're on bennies.
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18th May 2019
Saturday 8:18 pm
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Here's an idea:

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20th May 2019
Monday 4:39 pm
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it's all in the woods now
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20th May 2019
Monday 4:49 pm
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OP was talking about dead bodies, bet yous all.


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>> No. 85447 Anonymous
26th March 2019
Tuesday 4:50 am
/pol/85447 lmao brexit
Here's your future British Isles bro

(A good day to you Sir!)
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>> No. 85451 Anonymous
26th March 2019
Tuesday 12:44 pm
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The bikers.
>> No. 85455 Anonymous
26th March 2019
Tuesday 9:12 pm
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That's a fair point. It's a protectorate with its own currency, it isn't a member of the UK. I imagine they'd probably vote to become independent though if the pound crashed through the floor, as their interests might be better served by Holyrood or Stormont at that point. The Scots have vastly more experience at accommodating the needs of island communities, so that would be my guess.

Assuming the above is an inevitability.
>> No. 85456 Anonymous
26th March 2019
Tuesday 11:24 pm
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Nah, that place is going to us Hindists

Bikers are allowed, but never shall his sacrifice be forgotten.
>> No. 85457 Anonymous
26th March 2019
Tuesday 11:27 pm
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RIP doctor Hinds. Road racing will never be the same without him.
>> No. 85728 Anonymous
20th May 2019
Monday 6:49 am
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I think it's down to Wales whether or not they want an independence vote.
There's still mixed views so far, the majority voted to leave the EU although there's been a growing movement for independence since the protest in Cardiff.


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