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>> No. 424829 Anonymous
7th March 2019
Thursday 10:33 pm
/b/424829 Such a great image
Almost poetic.
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>> No. 425230 Anonymous
17th March 2019
Sunday 9:05 pm
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Is that you, author of How to Lose Friends and Not Influence People?
>> No. 425297 Anonymous
19th March 2019
Tuesday 8:24 am
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I repeat call centre jockies' names back to them when I greet them - semi-sincerely because I know they are only instructed to tell us their name, but I bet hardly anyone else remembers what it is when they are told it so what's the point otherwise.
>> No. 425300 Anonymous
19th March 2019
Tuesday 11:28 am
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If you have a problem, it's good to know the name of the person you spoke to, so I make a note, and acknowledge their name. At the end of the call, I thank them by name for their time. If it's a complaint, I remind them that it's not personal. It also helps me remember that behind the script there's an actual person, and the poor sod has probably had to put up with all kinds of bullshit from other callers. I'm not naive or self-centred enough to think it'll be the highlight of their day, but I would like to think I haven't made their day any worse.
>> No. 425302 Anonymous
19th March 2019
Tuesday 12:39 pm
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When I have to ring another company at work I always take a note of the name of the other person at the other end of the line; often you can tell they're pleased you remembered their name if use it later on in the conversation. I mainly do it because I'm primarily ringing life companies like Prudential so I'm talking to young Scottish lasses and their accent seriously gives me the horn.
>> No. 425303 Anonymous
19th March 2019
Tuesday 12:54 pm
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This is probably the right way about it, but there are some absolute Carnegie Cunts as t'otherlad puts it, the sort of person who'll try to crowbar your name into every other sentence. That sort of shit makes me rapidly dislike someone, it's obvious they're just trying to be manipulative.

What Carnegie said about using people's names in terms of naming projects or whatever after them to make them more motivated to do the work relating to them well sounds like decent advice however.


>> ID: 2dc999 No. 14894 Anonymous
18th March 2019
Monday 9:08 pm

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Which of us needs to sort their shit out, Brian or me?
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>> ID: d004e2 No. 14898 Anonymous
18th March 2019
Monday 10:19 pm

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Are you on a mobile or a normal line? What image type was it? Try posting it again in this thread, please. Can't see anything wrong, but if you can repeat it...
>> ID: 2dc999 No. 14899 Anonymous
18th March 2019
Monday 10:25 pm

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On mobile, and it failed in this thread as well. It's a JPEG.
>> ID: 173e15 No. 14900 Anonymous
18th March 2019
Monday 10:50 pm

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It's not that fucking frog, is it?
>> ID: 2dc999 No. 14901 Anonymous
18th March 2019
Monday 10:59 pm

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I should hope not, unless it's a master of disguise.
>> ID: 723658 No. 14902 Anonymous
19th March 2019
Tuesday 1:10 am

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That's all folks

(A good day to you Sir!)


>> No. 7489 Anonymous
18th March 2019
Monday 12:13 pm
/£$€¥/7489 Joining a lease
Afternoon gents,

I viewed a room last week in a 2 bedroom flat. It was nice, and I agreed to take it. The lease signatories are a young couple; they took the place recently, planning to get another tenant in as soon as possible.

Ordinarily this wouldn't be a problem, but googling the letting agency shows a chequered past; XYZ Properties launched, dissolved, then XYZ Lettings was born, then dissolved. In it's latest form it isn't listed -- their website doesn't work, their landline gives a busy tone. That said, I've read the reviews, and the agency is genuine, just shit, and run by a guy on the make.

Preamble over, is it reasonable to suggest to the couple that I pay them directly? They would sublet the room to me, if that's not prohibited, and my name stays off the lease agreement.
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>> No. 7492 Anonymous
18th March 2019
Monday 12:49 pm
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I'd say those are too many red flags for me and give the place a miss.
>> No. 7493 Anonymous
18th March 2019
Monday 8:21 pm
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Sounds bad.
>> No. 7494 Anonymous
18th March 2019
Monday 10:09 pm
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Sounds like a dodgy company, and you have to be pretty fucking dodgy to stand out as such among letting agencies.

Doing it off the books if not a great idea either, unless you have a contingency plan. You won't be protected much, if at all, in that arrangement.
>> No. 7495 Anonymous
18th March 2019
Monday 10:59 pm
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You have no protectiom that way, but it doesn't sound like you'd have any regardless. You may very well find yourself homeless very quickly and overnight.


>> No. 84569 Anonymous
12th December 2018
Wednesday 7:57 am
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Theresa May to face leadership challenge

UK Prime Minister Theresa May will face a vote of no confidence in her leadership later on Wednesday.

Conservative MPs will vote between 18:00 GMT and 20:00 GMT.

The challenge to Mrs May's position comes after the required 48 letters calling for a contest were delivered.
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>> No. 85271 Anonymous
18th March 2019
Monday 7:08 pm
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What now then? Shit's weird.
>> No. 85272 Anonymous
18th March 2019
Monday 7:58 pm
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We're not getting Meaningful Vote 3: Vote Meaningfully With a Vengeance until there's some substantial change on the table, so after the EU summit at least. Literally any and all options are on the table, up to and including a tactical nuclear strike on Luxembourg.
>> No. 85273 Anonymous
18th March 2019
Monday 8:41 pm
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You've got my vote.
>> No. 85274 Anonymous
18th March 2019
Monday 8:47 pm
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At this rate, we're basically fucked, so all we need to figure out is whether we stay or go. I say we relocate to the Costa del Sol since it already might as well be a British colony and we'd be bringing jobs to Iberia which already has crippling unemployment. Obviously we salt these islands before the Germans inevitably try planting a towel in them.
>> No. 85275 Anonymous
18th March 2019
Monday 9:30 pm
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He's going on some nutter's list, that's for sure. I like that we have this rule though.

Like the Huns and the Vandals? Just roam around the nice bits of the EU ruining them for everyone else? I'll get my vacuum flask.


>> No. 423717 Anonymous
21st January 2019
Monday 9:10 pm
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How'd you lot find Blue Monday then? Apparently today was the most depressing day of the year and Maccies is giving out free cheeseburgers to stop us all offing ourselves.

I thought it was a bit shit. Not gonna lie.
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>> No. 424067 Anonymous
7th February 2019
Thursday 3:27 am
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Chartering a private jet at short notice is very much a thing. There is an entire industry set up to get wealthy people from anywhere to anywhere as quickly as possible in the lap of luxury. Sticking a £15m asset on a knackered plane being flown by someone without a commercial license is, to say the least, a questionable decision.
>> No. 424245 Anonymous
16th February 2019
Saturday 11:42 am
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There is a whole "underground" market for taking plane trips in small planes that skirt around the usual compliance requirements for operating aircraft commercially. It is based around whether or not the plane owners, or the pilot, are receiving commercial reward for the flight, or whether it is just done for reasonable expenses. It's a slightly grey area of legislation that has been exploited to the maximum. Additionally in this case there are big questions around the ownership of the plane, its US registration and the US-flagged license that the pilot was flying on - he almost certainly wasn't correctly license for flying a plane of that type, at night, in bed weather. I'm sure this will all come out, in detail in the AIIB report - they are very thorough.

See: Wingly for an example

I expect this crash will result in the CAA changing the regulations around what private pilots can and can't do - its going to get even murkier post-Brexit as our laws (and pilot licensing) will be out of line with Europe. It's quite possible post-Brexit without any changes, that private pilots (and UK-registered General Aviation aircraft) will have a difficult time flying across the channel.
>> No. 424289 Anonymous
16th February 2019
Saturday 8:42 pm
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I hope you've been stockpiling!
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16th February 2019
Saturday 8:59 pm
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>> No. 425236 Anonymous
17th March 2019
Sunday 11:18 pm
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>> No. 51753 Anonymous
11th November 2013
Monday 11:24 pm
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Switzerland will hold a vote on whether to introduce a basic income for all adults, in a further sign of growing public activism over pay inequality since the financial crisis. A grassroots committee is calling for all adults in Switzerland to receive an unconditional income of 2,500 Swiss francs ($2,800) per month from the state, with the aim of providing a financial safety net for the population.

Under Swiss law, citizens can organize popular initiatives that allow the channeling of public anger into direct political action. The country usually holds several referenda a year. In March, Swiss voters backed some of the world's strictest controls on executive pay, forcing public companies to give shareholders a binding vote on compensation. A separate proposal to limit monthly executive pay to no more than what the company's lowest-paid staff earn in a year, the so-called 1:12 initiative, faces a popular vote on November 24.

I'm not entirely sure what to make of these. I reckong that if they tried the 1:12 thing over here then the lowest paid members of staff in some large organisations would end up being made redundant and replaced with contractors.
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>> No. 85259 Anonymous
17th March 2019
Sunday 9:18 am
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Y'know, even if he didn't mean that, it's not a terrible idea. During the credit crunch, quantitive easing was essentially printing new money. However if that money was given to the poor, who are more likely to spend it immediately than the rich, it would have a much more stimulatory effect on the economy, for a negligible effect on inflation. It's only printing money repeatedly to fund routine infrastructure or to pay debt, that doesn't work.
>> No. 85261 Anonymous
17th March 2019
Sunday 12:04 pm
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>who are more likely to spend it immediately than the rich, it would have a much more stimulatory effect on the economy

What would happen is that all the local / Northern shops would just put their prices up. This is capitalism / economics 101. Your printing-money idea would only work if there were similar, compensating controls on pricing and supply; otherwise this would balance out any benefit of doing it in the first place.

If you wanted to help people like this, just give them stuff, don't fuck with the supply or value of money.
>> No. 85262 Anonymous
17th March 2019
Sunday 3:01 pm
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I get the feeling you don't know how the supply of money is dictated.
>> No. 85263 Anonymous
17th March 2019
Sunday 4:10 pm
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>If you wanted to help people like this, just give them stuff, don't fuck with the supply or value of money.
The people who say this line almost inevitably proceed to balk when you suggest going all robin hood. Assuming good faith, the fundamental problem is that this misses political economy. If I announce that I'm sticking up taxes and jacking up spending, the response - both on the markets and with the confidence of the general public - is going to be much higher than if I instruct the Bank of England to make some alterations to monetary policy which will have similar (if broader and less predictable) redistributive effects without overtly stating as much.

Frankly so long as whoever's in power isn't a complete idiot about it the risks would seem to be overstated. The 1970s were a total anomaly with disproportionate mindshare and almost every other country that has had major problems has already been a basket case before they went all macroeconomic populist. I'm not saying we should be the first ones to go out and try it and see what happens, it might still do bad things, but serious and sober minded people seem to be capable of thinking the UK could become Venezuela just because someone at the BoE had a shit day in the absence of any historical precedent.
>> No. 85264 Anonymous
17th March 2019
Sunday 5:23 pm
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While I agree that government should be looking at ways to shift away from our London-centric model I do question how effective it will be. At least in terms of how solutions are now being approached. The London economy is built precisely around it being a global capital with the manufacture parts moved out to places like Derby (for Rolls-Royce aerospace). Yes, the rents outrageous but much of the work done in the capital is location specific and can't easily be transplanted without just hobbling the city.

To go back to the point of the HMRC, they have been doing a fair amount of moving the administrative workers out to regional hubs but there still needs to be a core contingent of policy managers in London. It's looking at the problem backwards when the issue isn't that everywhere else is shit but that London is incredibly successful and now suffers from national policy built on fairness but which becomes unfair regionally.

The alternative I suggest would be to embrace Georgism and attach the majority of tax collection to property value. That might still hurt London by it would at least have the knock-on effect of closing down the property game.

>If you wanted to help people like this, just give them stuff, don't fuck with the supply or value of money.

I've long argued that governments should help address the stress of a downturn by buying everyone a pint. It's a bit like that tax holiday we had at the start of the Great Recession where sales tax was removed only rather than just a signal to consume it is one telling you to take some tlc.

Maybe we could go further and have public holiday camps with a special bank holiday in times of trouble. People could choose what kind of place they go (so I don't rub elbows with the riff-raff) but all would offer some greater public function like education or a special singles camp for bonking.


>> No. 62714 Billbob
14th March 2019
Thursday 7:56 pm
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There's a paedo about
Get him out
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>> No. 62736 Samefag
16th March 2019
Saturday 7:40 pm
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I'm fully convinced that the 'bait' women that talk dirty to the paedos are the most sinister part of the whole operation. They spend all day having cyber sex with weirdos, I bet they're diddling themselves constantly while doing it. They all look the type. And then the blokes just clearly love wielding the hard cock of street justice. If anything the paedos are the least offensive part, particularly because all they've actually been doing is flirting with a 45 year old wifey.
>> No. 62737 YubYub
16th March 2019
Saturday 8:25 pm
62737 Alison Whateley
Just exactly like this one, in fact. The manager of a kids nursery, was in the news last week.
>> No. 62738 Are Moaty
16th March 2019
Saturday 8:39 pm
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It just wouldn't be without reverting to woman bashing.
>> No. 62739 Moralfag
16th March 2019
Saturday 8:50 pm
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This kind of mob outrage is at best just plain stupidity.

Some percentage of the population are carpet-baggers to some degree. It's probably somewhere in the region of 2%, but it could be as high as 10% depending on your definition. Most of those people will never diddle kids and will keep their carpet-baggery predilections secret. Not everyone who diddles kids is a carpet-bagger and we don't really know why some carpet-baggers diddle kids and some don't.

We could just execute anyone convicted of diddling kids, but that's a hugely high-risk option, because then kiddy fiddlers have nothing to lose. If you abduct a kid, you might as well kill them, because you'll get strung up either way. If you've been diddling your niece, you might as well kill her if it looks like she might grass you up. The death penalty might be a marginally stronger deterrent, but it's not as if we're soft on kiddy fiddlers at the moment but it doesn't seem to stop them. Same goes for locking them up and throwing away the key.

You can persecute convicted carpet-baggers, but that just drives them underground. If you're living in a tent under a bridge as a social outcast, you've got very little left to lose and so very little reason to keep your nose clean. If you chase them out of town, they'll just move to somewhere they won't be recognised.

If everyone knows that there's a carpet-bagger living at number 32, he poses very little risk to anyone. The whole community will be keeping an eye on him, everyone's kids will have been warned to keep away, the old bill will be round if he so much as glances at a school bus. If he has a job and a home and some semblance of a social life, then he has reasons to keep his nose clean. It doesn't make intuitive sense, but the best way to reduce the risk posed by carpet-baggers is to integrate them into the community to the greatest extent possible.
>> No. 62740 Samefag
16th March 2019
Saturday 8:58 pm
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You seem to have given this some thought, paedolad.


>> No. 22746 Anonymous
13th March 2019
Wednesday 12:39 pm
/e/22746 ALL of the Halos are coming to PC

I'm genuinely chuffed about this. Playing Reach WITHOUT the awful frame drops and ugly motion blur is going to be heaven.

Unless they pack the release with micro transactions and I have to go on the kind of spree they don't give people medals for.
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>> No. 22756 Anonymous
14th March 2019
Thursday 6:43 pm
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The visuals are very memorable and unique*, from the colourful guns and enemies to the beautiful sky boxes, you've got a quality campaign (at least until 4) and the multiplayer is probably the most fleshed out I've known in an FPS. Obviously it's all a matter of taste, but I also prefer the pace of the gunfights over Quake or Counter Strike, which were always 2fast4me even before I hit the e-sports retirement age I'm at now. But going back to how diverse the multiplayer can be, you could probably edit player speeds, health and weapon damage to have a Quake-like custom game mode quite easily, or just race ATVs, or get chased by an unkillable zombie ghost. Basically it can be anything you like, hopefully doubly so once it's on PC.

*Yes, I am aware they cribbed plenty of ideas also.
>> No. 22757 Anonymous
14th March 2019
Thursday 6:58 pm
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I played the first Halo recently for the first time since it came out, and I was surprised by how open it was. It has the reputation for the dumbing down of FPS games, but even early missions don't hold your hand with excessive way points like modern games have.
>> No. 22758 Anonymous
14th March 2019
Thursday 7:07 pm
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The one thing it probably did better than anything else is AI. It feels believable for reactions in a war zone, each type of creature has it's own personality that comes through. I don't recall anything doing as good of job of it before or since.
>> No. 22760 Anonymous
14th March 2019
Thursday 7:25 pm
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All of this. I remember the Halo series being the first games in a long, long time that really made me want to play through them on every difficulty and get all the achievements and all that. There's nothing that brings four hopeless nerds together like spending days or weeks trying to get the LASO achievements. The AI really helped with that, it wasn't just "more" enemies running at you, they were actively more aggressive.

More than anything else, the appeal of Halo to me was that I grew up with it. It's a game I could play in my room on my little 14" telly, I didn't have to borrow the family PC and sit in the living room and all of that, it was mine. Even if the games were shite I'd probably still have that feeling, but they also happened to be very good.

Halo is also the reason a lot of my online life exists, I have friends I made on Xbox live before it was even called Xbox live, that I still talk to today. I have friends from the Rooster Teeth and Machinima communities, both companies that simply wouldn't exist without Halo. It was a Big Deal for console gaming back then and that won't be forgotten easily by someone my age.

Halo CE being on PC, and able to run directly from a flash drive was excellent craic too. We used to just play each other in it in school/college computer labs when nobody was looking.
>> No. 22761 Anonymous
16th March 2019
Saturday 5:10 pm
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> "God, this reminds me of how much fun I had with UT back in the day!"
Same, that's why I've been replaying UT99 recently. Got to the DM-Phoboss, getting massively wrecked there.
I also have the GOTY edition which sadly has some decent DM maps replaced by some other ones that I like less.

Sort of want to play UT2004 again too. I have my reservations though, as I remember the 2004 was pretty intense too and somehow differently intense. For example, in UT99 the November Sub Pen CTF map had the most vicious combat situations right in the middle. In 2004, the middle seemed to be rather dead. There were more 'tension pockets' across the map, the overall pressure just wasn't there.
It also felt a bit more Quake-ish in general to me.

Thanks for the comments. Perhaps I'll find some time to try it if it really comes to PC.


>> No. 84903 Anonymous
9th February 2019
Saturday 2:58 pm
/pol/84903 Turning Point UK
What do you lads think of this? Right wing youth movement, cringeworthy use of memes, roundly mocked by the left. My uni apparently has a chapter, but I've seen no evidence of it existing. Seems very pro-Israel, pro-free market, anti-Corbyn.
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>> No. 84913 Anonymous
9th February 2019
Saturday 5:51 pm
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>In fairness, the name is a coincidence as the organisation began in the USA.

Doesn't matter - plenty of companies and organisations in the UK and Europe have different names from their US versions, just for this reason.
>> No. 84915 Anonymous
9th February 2019
Saturday 6:09 pm
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I doubt they bothered to even google the name before they registered it.
>> No. 84917 Anonymous
10th February 2019
Sunday 2:30 pm
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Any campaign relating to the UK politically is going to be targeted immediately now. US conservatives saw it right away. It's funny but it goes deeper than having a laugh.
>> No. 85241 Anonymous
16th March 2019
Saturday 4:15 pm
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The NZ shooter cited Turning Point's Candace Owens as one of his inspirations. Maybe Turning Point are more dangerous than I initially gave them credit for.
>> No. 85243 Anonymous
16th March 2019
Saturday 4:34 pm
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But you knew that already.


>> No. 85229 Anonymous
15th March 2019
Friday 9:48 pm
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I'm yet to see a better solution to knife crime.
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>> No. 85230 Anonymous
15th March 2019
Friday 10:39 pm
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And quiet bat people to monitor them!
>> No. 85237 Anonymous
16th March 2019
Saturday 12:08 pm
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Spoken like a true ex-postie and fairly typical of the thinking we have come to expect from North Cornwall.


>> No. 425159 Anonymous
15th March 2019
Friday 12:53 am

May he have plenty of proper sex with girls in Heaven
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>> No. 425160 Anonymous
15th March 2019
Friday 9:12 am
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This is really scraping the barrel in terms of celebrity deaths.
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15th March 2019
Friday 9:52 am
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>> No. 425173 Anonymous
16th March 2019
Saturday 9:41 am
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Don't lad me just coz use a sadlad.
>> No. 425174 Anonymous
16th March 2019
Saturday 9:46 am
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Don't lad the sadlad just because use a madlad.
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16th March 2019
Saturday 11:53 am
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I'z a madlad but not a mad madlad, i didn't lad the sadlad, the sadlad lad me, lad.


>> No. 62702 Samefag
11th March 2019
Monday 7:12 pm
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If gravity is real then why hasn't the moon crashed into the earth yet?
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>> No. 62709 Paedofag
11th March 2019
Monday 9:56 pm
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I bet it's those fucking clangers. They're always up to shit.
>> No. 62711 Paedofag
11th March 2019
Monday 10:10 pm
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If anyone needs more proof that the Moon has a dark side you only have to remember it's connection to the BBC in the 1970s.
>> No. 62712 Anonymous
11th March 2019
Monday 10:46 pm
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I think that's how Dead Space 3 ends, except monsters did it instead of gravity.
>> No. 62713 Crabkiller
13th March 2019
Wednesday 7:00 pm
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Deffo nothing dodgy going on on the Far Side of the Moon, lads
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16th March 2019
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>> No. 423594 Anonymous
15th January 2019
Tuesday 5:12 pm
/b/423594 Mid-week thread
New mid-week thread for the new year.

What is, or isn't happening in your life, .gs?
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>> No. 425137 Anonymous
13th March 2019
Wednesday 5:59 pm
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> she makes noises that she's enjoying her food
That he did too, in addition to chewing audibly. I don't even want to remind it myself.
Seems you're in hell right now, laddie.
>> No. 425151 Anonymous
14th March 2019
Thursday 5:35 pm
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My girlfriend and I have been thinking about moving for a while and I've spent a few days just driving around aimlessly finding nice looking areas and that sort of thing.

When I suggested a lovely place overlooking the river and right next to the marina, I mentioned it separately to my girlfriend, my mother, and my closest friend, and they all said almost exactly the same thing - "Yeah but you'll end up spending loads of money on a boat, won't you?"

I don't know where I gained this reputation for being such a financially irresponsible prick enthusiastic, broad minded hobbyist, but I'm not sure I enjoy being so predictable. They're completely right, too, I had already looked up docking fees.

My girlfriend wants to either move to the seafront or closer to the airport, I'm not sure she appreciates just how far my sickness goes, though. I'll either be lost at sea or have a pilots license by the end of the year.

As an aside, I've always held the probably innacurate idea that living on the seafront is a nightmare in terms of your house rotting away from rust and saltwater erosion. But the view would be nice. But then so would being able to walk to the airport.
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14th March 2019
Thursday 6:01 pm
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If the seawater doesn't ruin everything, the seagull plop will. Also, after recently revisiting the seaside town where I grew up (and hadn't lived for about ten years), the first thing I noticed was that the sea STINKS.
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14th March 2019
Thursday 10:46 pm
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Which seaside town?
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15th March 2019
Friday 12:01 am
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>Which seaside town?


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>> No. 22570 Anonymous
25th February 2019
Monday 12:41 pm
/v/22570 Nova Partridge
I am deeply apprehensive about this.

Maybe someone else has a more positive take.
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>> No. 22585 Anonymous
6th March 2019
Wednesday 7:04 pm
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The fake tan is a deal-breaker. I don't mind common, but I can't be doing with Oompa Loompas.

I will admit to preferring Donna over Janet.
>> No. 22586 Anonymous
6th March 2019
Wednesday 7:07 pm
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Also I've just realised that Jenny is the image of a cousin I tried to cop off with at a wedding. Not my proudest hour.
>> No. 22587 Anonymous
6th March 2019
Wednesday 7:38 pm
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Never change, .gs.
>> No. 22588 Anonymous
10th March 2019
Sunday 7:08 am
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C L E A V A G E.
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13th March 2019
Wednesday 6:58 pm
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Funnily enough she didn't have the fake tan in series 1. She's still a bit too rough for my liking though. The most bangable of the main group is easily Erin. However, the absolute hottest girl in the entire series is that Charlene who was in series 1 episode 2 (the French trip episode) right at the start, god knows why they didn't show her more often, she's fucking tasty


>> No. 424490 Anonymous
24th February 2019
Sunday 5:23 pm
/b/424490 Speed Dating
Any of the you lads tried speed dating before? Any tips or stories to share?

I'm thinking of giving it a go as I moved to London recently and haven't had much luck with meeting women through friends-of-friends. I must admit though, the thought of scorecards is a bit unsettling but maybe it's a sign of the more serious searching for a partner that I should be doing. Will give you an update if I find the bottle for it.
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>> No. 425110 Anonymous
12th March 2019
Tuesday 8:18 pm
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Do you like fannies? Do you like arses? Do you like thighs? Then why not try having your head completely surrounded by fanny and arse and thigh! I'm definitely into the smothering/crushing aspect, but I also really like getting punched.


Word to the wise: triple-check that your bed is sufficiently sturdy. You do not want the entire weight of a substantial woman landing on your head from a height. It hurts, and not in the fun way.
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12th March 2019
Tuesday 8:29 pm
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>Oh, is that it? I thought it was people who got off on being smothered.

That's also a thing, where they just sort of sit on you so you can't breathe. It's hot if you're into that sort of thing.

The effect is pronounced enough when my 7st girlfriend does it, I can't even imagine a massive woman doing it, I'd probably just feel like I was definitely going to die.
>> No. 425112 Anonymous
12th March 2019
Tuesday 8:39 pm
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I've been told to correct that my girlfriend is 8st 2, so "they don't think I'm anorexic"
>> No. 425113 Anonymous
12th March 2019
Tuesday 8:44 pm
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I'd imagine it's smellier with a hefty lass.
>> No. 425138 Anonymous
13th March 2019
Wednesday 6:02 pm
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>If you want to know what my upper limit is, I'll tell you when I find it. I will tell you that I was once rushed to hospital on a spinal board as a result of a facesitting mishap. 100% worth it.

Jesus lad. Well each to their own. Also what do you think of this:


>> No. 27064 Anonymous
12th March 2019
Tuesday 11:55 pm
/g/27064 Working from home setup
Looking for a half-decent monitor to use at home once a week at most, the laptop i have has vga and usb-c ports.

Any recomendations?

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>> No. 27065 Anonymous
13th March 2019
Wednesday 1:02 am
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We use the Dell U3417W Ultra-wide 34 Inch curved monitors at work and they are brilliant. About £600.
>> No. 27066 Anonymous
13th March 2019
Wednesday 9:37 am
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That's one hell of a codex.
>> No. 27067 Anonymous
13th March 2019
Wednesday 1:17 pm
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That seems excessive for his needs.
>> No. 27068 Anonymous
13th March 2019
Wednesday 1:27 pm
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Define half decent - to some lads on here that would be 28" 8k with proper colour calibration, to others like myself it's whatever black rectangle is the cheapest and I can look at porn on.

I have a few Asus VS248HR's - they're fine. Look decent enough and are about a hundred quid a pop, which is about my price point. You'd need to buy a usb-c to HDMI adaptor but that's about it. (They do have a VGA port but I think that limits your resolution somewhat) certainly good enough for office work.


>> No. 2259 Anonymous
29th August 2012
Wednesday 7:31 pm
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Anybody in Wakefield?
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>> No. 3480 Anonymous
12th March 2019
Tuesday 10:31 pm
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Congratulations lad, this is possibly one of the best necrobumps I have ever seen.
>> No. 3481 Anonymous
12th March 2019
Tuesday 10:48 pm
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fuck off ossett lad
>> No. 3482 Anonymous
13th March 2019
Wednesday 1:24 am
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N1 m8 don't know wot it me

Or at least I think it was me. I was definitely here in 2012.
>> No. 3483 Anonymous
13th March 2019
Wednesday 2:19 am
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>N1 m8 don't know wot it me
Maybe come back in 2025 and you'll find out.
>> No. 3484 Anonymous
13th March 2019
Wednesday 6:50 am
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Fortune Cookie in Dewsbury, but that's because it's hard to find somewhere round here that does decent tofu dishes.


>> No. 425024 Anonymous
12th March 2019
Tuesday 1:44 am
/b/425024 Wake up
You fall unconscious for a week.

You wake up and see these people looking down at you.

What do you do?
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>> No. 425029 Anonymous
12th March 2019
Tuesday 6:31 am
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Probably seek some water fast, If I haven't already died of dehydration.
>> No. 425033 Anonymous
12th March 2019
Tuesday 9:26 am
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Probably ban OP for crossposting again.

(A good day to you Sir!)
>> No. 425035 Anonymous
12th March 2019
Tuesday 9:43 am
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You're meant to report posts rather than whine people should be banned.
>> No. 425102 Anonymous
12th March 2019
Tuesday 6:33 pm
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Who are these people?
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12th March 2019
Tuesday 9:33 pm
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>> No. 3473 Anonymous
6th March 2019
Wednesday 8:46 pm
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Hey lads, is there owt decent for a night out around Westminster? I moved there recently but I keep ending up in packed places in Soho surrounded by wankers. Just wondering if any of you have recommendations from your own experience.
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>> No. 3474 Anonymous
6th March 2019
Wednesday 9:36 pm
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What you do is head North from Victoria St up Broadway until you reach St James's Park Station then you take the tube from there to somewhere else.
>> No. 3475 Anonymous
6th March 2019
Wednesday 10:00 pm
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Can't have a good night out in that London. What you wanna do is get on t'train to Wakey.
>> No. 3476 Anonymous
6th March 2019
Wednesday 10:36 pm
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Westminster itself is quite tough to go out in - you need to go East really for a good night out..
>> No. 3477 Anonymous
7th March 2019
Thursday 1:50 am
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Go watch some autistic hipster mutants doing some deeply pathetic 'sound art' at Cafe Oto in Dalston, their circle jerk clique is 24/7 and there's weird shite on every night, has to be seen to be believed. Many attractive and confused young art hoe ladies there.
>> No. 3478 Anonymous
12th March 2019
Tuesday 3:23 pm
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Shakey Wakey


>> No. 62681 Anonymous
9th March 2019
Saturday 7:21 pm
/iq/62681 Atherstone ball game

Good grief.
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>> No. 62701 Crabkiller
11th March 2019
Monday 12:07 pm
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It's also striking how many of the shots in the video look like old paintings.
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11th March 2019
Monday 8:28 pm
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>> No. 62705 Ambulancelad
11th March 2019
Monday 8:34 pm
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There are lots of dramatic scenes that look nothing like paintings.
>> No. 62708 Paedofag
11th March 2019
Monday 9:55 pm
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There are lots of paintings that look nothing like dramatic scenes too. So I guess we'll just sit here in silence.
>> No. 62710 Are Moaty
11th March 2019
Monday 10:05 pm
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Yeah but the paintings that look nothing like dramatic scenes look nothing like the dramatic scenes that look nothing like dramatic scenes.


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