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>> No. 61111 Auntiefucker
17th July 2018
Tuesday 9:41 am
/iq/61111 The fat woman
I actually tried out some fat girls. I thought, hmm, maybe they get a bad rap. I am an independent thinker. I will find out for myself what a fat woman is like just as Balboa discovered the Pacific. I will not listen to my fellow man's bleating. I will explore the land of the fat woman and come to my own conclusions. And so, with courage, I ventured forth.

What did I find?

First, I thought the fat woman would be soft and pleasant. But she was hard and firm like a man.

Second, I thought the fat woman would appreciate my attention. Instead, she was haughty and obnoxious.

Third, I thought the fat woman would be good at giving blow jobs. But the skinny bitches have had much more practice.

Fourth, I thought the fat woman would be rather virtuous, if only by necessity. But she turned out to be an utter whore.

Finally, I thought the fat woman would take care to wax her moustache. But she wears it like a badge of pride.

In conclusion, the fat woman is reprehensible. I have returned shaken but intact from this nefarious hell land, and never shall I return there.
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>> No. 61607 Anonymous
16th September 2018
Sunday 7:10 am
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I suppose you're a blind cunt then.
>> No. 61608 Crabkiller
16th September 2018
Sunday 8:27 am
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Funny cos I managed to find my way to your mum's fanny last night just fine.

Wasn't difficult to be fair, she was advertising it quite widely.
>> No. 61611 Paedofag
16th September 2018
Sunday 1:39 pm
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That's a bad post by /iq/ standards. Have a word, lad.
>> No. 61613 Samefag
16th September 2018
Sunday 7:35 pm
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U a madlad, ladlad?
>> No. 61616 Paedofag
17th September 2018
Monday 11:28 am
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No one nose wot its like to be the badlad,
to be the sadlad,
behind blue eyes.


>> No. 15581 Anonymous
16th June 2018
Saturday 6:30 am
/news/15581 Article 13
I'm really surprised that nothing has been posted about this here. The EU is discussing and voting on a proposal which would require "online hosting providers" to actively monitor and filter all user-uploaded content. As far as I am aware, this is the biggest threat to the freedom of the internet that has ever existed. Are you lads already aware and just assuming that it won't pass because it's unworkable in practice?
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>> No. 15875 Anonymous
14th September 2018
Friday 1:51 am
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And yet I'm sure there's a bore somewhere who'll point out that the speeds and patience you had to exercise with dialup to access those first pages of BBS interaction and grainy Scooby Doo porn actually played a big role in how much of an impression the internet made on you back then. Like vinyl nerds or vintage bike enthusiasts, the work you have to put in to every experience is an integral part of it, and gives it the lasting emotionality that instant access 500,000 YT videos all broadcast in 1080p just can't. Time is linear and finite for us mortal creatures, so naturally we seem to attach more importance to things which take up more of our rather fleeting lifespans, like marriage or the raising of our children to maturity.

Oh - hang on - it's me. I'm the bore. Oh.
>> No. 15876 Anonymous
14th September 2018
Friday 3:00 am
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Yes, there'll be a bore, and they'll be wrong as usual.
>> No. 15877 Anonymous
14th September 2018
Friday 3:12 am
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You just made me look up YTMND and it's still there!
>> No. 15878 Anonymous
16th September 2018
Sunday 12:23 am
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Agreed, sleepwalkers wandering into abandonment.
>> No. 15879 Anonymous
16th September 2018
Sunday 6:36 am
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>> No. 61572 R4GE
13th September 2018
Thursday 1:49 pm
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>> No. 61574 Crabkiller
13th September 2018
Thursday 5:19 pm
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A joke so good they already printed it!
>> No. 61575 Crabkiller
13th September 2018
Thursday 8:35 pm
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i have become comfortably bum(med)
>> No. 61601 Auntiefucker
16th September 2018
Sunday 1:02 am
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>> No. 61602 Anonymous
16th September 2018
Sunday 1:08 am
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If I wanted to listen to a live cover version I'd have just put the original on and jammed sponges over my ears.
>> No. 61603 Moralfag
16th September 2018
Sunday 2:09 am
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>> No. 419890 Anonymous
29th August 2018
Wednesday 11:39 am
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I'm looking to avoid the festive period here by going abroad somewhere for something different.

Can you recommend anything? I've seen a cycling tour in Morocco but that's in late November rather than over Xmas.
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>> No. 420128 Anonymous
9th September 2018
Sunday 12:56 pm
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I would wager there’s some crap ex-pat burlesque act going by that name somewhere in Valletta.
>> No. 420233 Anonymous
13th September 2018
Thursday 6:58 pm
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>some crap ex-pat burlesque act

Probably some worn out 40 year old who became unemployable in Blackpool and didn't want to be dolescum again.
>> No. 420317 Anonymous
15th September 2018
Saturday 10:33 pm
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>worn out 40 year old

Ultra endurance athletes peak in their 40's lad, I know blokes in their 50's that do the Bob Graham Round for a bit of a laugh.
>> No. 420320 Anonymous
15th September 2018
Saturday 10:47 pm
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Great. I doubt any of these ultra endurance athletes are in a low rent burlesque act in malta though
>> No. 420325 Anonymous
15th September 2018
Saturday 11:04 pm
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Probably not.


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>> No. 61580 R4GE
14th September 2018
Friday 10:28 pm
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>> No. 61588 Are Moaty
15th September 2018
Saturday 8:53 am
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>peculiar ebonics
>> No. 61589 Crabkiller
15th September 2018
Saturday 8:58 am
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Except that isn't true because you could end up with herpes, HIV etc. for life, and thanks to stupid kids like themselves soon antibiotic resistance will mean gonorrhoea and syphilis are permanent conditions again.

Education should always address the unreality of 'common sense.
>> No. 61590 Paedofag
15th September 2018
Saturday 9:51 am
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>> No. 61592 Ambulancelad
15th September 2018
Saturday 9:53 am
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>> No. 61593 YubYub
15th September 2018
Saturday 10:04 am
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I remember when I had my baby and the stiletto, lipstick and game console confiscating squad came around.


>> No. 4464 Anonymous
14th September 2018
Friday 6:08 pm
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>> No. 61568 Paedofag
13th September 2018
Thursday 1:47 am
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Some cultures have a rite of cutting down trees to get married. Why are people so strange?
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>> No. 61571 Anonymous
13th September 2018
Thursday 1:05 pm
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>Why are people so strange?

Because we accept the behaviour and values of the generation that raised us without questioning. Some of this is really useful that we never challenge, like not eating random mushrooms we find and only crossing the road when the lights are the right colours but other stuff gets absorbed along the way, as long as there is nothing directly harmful about the behaviour we adopt there is no reason to question it.

Traditional and rituals are most interesting not for why they perpetuate, but why they start. Sometimes it is obvious - like in Turkey there is a tradition where men slap the groom on the back and push him towards the bridal suite - this obviously comes from reluctant arranged marriages.

Other times it is clearly magical thinking, 'we didn't do X this time and bad thing happened, or we did Y this one time and good thing happened'; and I can't put enough quotes around this ''''open-mindedness'''.- the Romans had a very simple meta philosophy for over a thousand years 'might makes right' if one side won a battle the gods were obviously in their favour, after all that is why the Romans were on top, so when Constantine a professed Christian in a time where most weren't started winning all his battles against other roman factions, well there must obviously have been something too it. Never mind that there is nothing about that concept in the new testament and Jesus would have probably strongly opposed Constintines actions given the chance, but that was the core of the pre-existing belief so that is how it became the dominate religion.
>> No. 61578 Moralfag
14th September 2018
Friday 1:31 pm
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Not to immediately turn into my granddad upon posting this, but it makes more sense than spending a gorillian pounds and inviting people you've barely spoken too in years to a party.
>> No. 61579 YubYub
14th September 2018
Friday 5:32 pm
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Our wedding traditions are great. There's the bit where all the guests pin money to the bride's dress so she is covered in notes. And there's the bit where the groom dances with a clay pot filled with sweets, eventually smashing it on the ground for all the children to come and gather up.


>> No. 12184 Anonymous
30th December 2016
Friday 1:56 am
/nom/12184 Beef Jerky
I got one of these for christmas so I made some beef jerky.
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>> No. 12277 Anonymous
11th April 2017
Tuesday 2:29 pm
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Have you tried using tamari instead of soy sauce? I have a feeling it'd work well with one of these; more umami.
>> No. 12279 Anonymous
11th April 2017
Tuesday 2:46 pm
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No. I'll have a look for it next time I'm at an Asian supermarket.
>> No. 12740 Anonymous
12th September 2018
Wednesday 9:38 pm
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I just got one to do my glut of figs. They've been going for 30 hours so far, and still have some way to go. Testing them from time to time - Mmm, warm, concentrated figgy goodness. Even if they don't dry out properly (I just quartered them), they're ridiculously nice.
Apples next, once the fig glut is cleared.
>> No. 12741 Anonymous
14th September 2018
Friday 4:27 pm
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Figs are pretty big, I hope you sliced them up first.
>> No. 12742 Anonymous
14th September 2018
Friday 4:31 pm
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>>12741 (I just quartered them)

they came out great, very happy with the results. Will be drying out all sorts of things now.As a way of smoothing out peaks of stuff from the garden, it's got a lot going for it - saves ramming the freezer full of stuff that isn't improved by freezing. Still throwing out over 200kg of duff apples a week, it's been a really shitty year for that, with the mad weather.


>> No. 61576 Samefag
13th September 2018
Thursday 9:55 pm
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>> No. 24168 Fairy
13th September 2018
Thursday 10:11 pm
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>> No. 24169 Monkey
13th September 2018
Thursday 10:17 pm
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Yo dawg that's loud.


>> No. 15816 Anonymous
27th August 2018
Monday 5:36 pm
/news/15816 Big Brother

A man has been arrested after "distressing" photos of the aftermath of a fatal crash were posted on Facebook.

Police said a 44-year-old man had been arrested under the malicious communications act.

It seems as time goes on, the Internet becomes more & more restricted, what do you lads think the future holds?
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>> No. 15851 Anonymous
30th August 2018
Thursday 1:39 pm
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Freedom of speech doesn't exist here, in any form. As long as a police officer and/or a judge decides something you've said is hateful, you will be prosecuted for saying it.
>> No. 15852 Anonymous
30th August 2018
Thursday 4:04 pm
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>As long as a police officer and/or a judge decides something you've said is hateful

And that's going to be the end of it, is it? Judgements don't get overturned?

Also, police have no power to decide something you've said is hateful. All they can ever do is investigate, and in some cases temporarily detain you when there is a suspicion that you could have committed a criminal offence. They can only charge you with that offence. They do not get to decide if you are guilty of it.
>> No. 15853 Anonymous
30th August 2018
Thursday 4:18 pm
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Also judges don't decide your guilt - magistrates and juries do.
>> No. 15854 Anonymous
30th August 2018
Thursday 4:59 pm
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>Also, police have no power to decide something you've said is hateful. All they can ever do is investigate, and in some cases temporarily detain you when there is a suspicion that you could have committed a criminal offence. They can only charge you with that offence. They do not get to decide if you are guilty of it.
Semantics, lad. Try arguing that with a copper who's busy arresting you for Section 5 because you swore in front of him.
>> No. 15867 Anonymous
13th September 2018
Thursday 12:39 pm
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The idea of censorship has grown on me the more I read about old television. I'm not pro-censorship for it's own sake, but forcing creatives to work around it often seems to lead to a much better end product since they've got to think of something creative instead of bluntly having a character saying "fuck off, you cunt." Now that we're increasingly willing to show everything-and-anything on television and there's no limits to what you can find online, there's no subversive joy in thinking "how the hell did they get that one past the censors?"


>> No. 61511 Billbob
9th September 2018
Sunday 6:36 pm
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>Britain's first gender-fluid family are preparing for total transformation as both parents are set to have gender reassignment operations. Louise and Nikki Draven, who are parents to five-year-old Star Cloud, are planning to undergo the surgery and be in their 'ideal bodies' by the time their son is ten.

>The couple from Middlesborough - whose son is free to play with any toys he likes and paint his nails at home - said they worry 'like all parents do.' Star is being raised as gender neutral - with his parents focusing on raising a 'person' not a 'boy' - is said to have a 'five-year-old's understanding' of the families situation.

>Although describing Star as well-adjusted Charlie did say he has started asking questions. 'Recently he asked why I had to wear a swimsuit at the pool and not trunks like other daddies. I tell Star mummy is going to a special doctor who will take away her ducky, which is Star's word for penis.'

U fuckin wot?
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>> No. 61552 R4GE
11th September 2018
Tuesday 1:00 am
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You'd be wrong. I'm a child of "interesting" parents and a resting actor though I do no blame my parents. Just swings and round abouts. Dickhead.
>> No. 61553 Samefag
11th September 2018
Tuesday 2:28 am
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What did the swings and roundabouts do to you?
>> No. 61554 Samefag
11th September 2018
Tuesday 2:55 am
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they gave him the booze, then they took it away and gave him a hangover
>> No. 61555 Samefag
11th September 2018
Tuesday 3:30 am
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Kids today have no fucking patience.
>> No. 61570 R4GE
13th September 2018
Thursday 12:00 pm
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If you have to ask, you probably shouldn't be allowed to breed either


>> No. 4766 Anonymous
29th June 2013
Saturday 8:52 pm
/spo/4766 LAURA ROBSON
I hope she reaches the finals. I-I t-think I am in love. She ticks all my boxes;
>Beefy thighs
Fucking check check check.
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>> No. 8686 Anonymous
11th September 2018
Tuesday 10:25 pm
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Hear hear!
>> No. 8687 Anonymous
12th September 2018
Wednesday 6:37 pm
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The front page of today's Herald Sun. Never change, Australia.
>> No. 8688 Anonymous
12th September 2018
Wednesday 11:37 pm
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Look at all the exaggerated red skin on those white people! How disgracefully racist!
>> No. 8689 Anonymous
12th September 2018
Wednesday 11:41 pm
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She is very attractive.
>> No. 8690 Anonymous
13th September 2018
Thursday 1:31 am
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>> No. 23810 Anonymous
31st December 2011
Saturday 10:22 pm
/x/23810 Guilty Would
Since this image wasn't that well received in The Ginger Thread, and by the recommendation of some lad in /b/: this is the "Guilty Would" thread.

Post women which aren't generically attractive, but which (for whatever reason) you'd shag the heck out of given the chance.
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>> No. 40675 Anonymous
12th September 2018
Wednesday 7:00 pm
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Just hide the thread, you walloper.
>> No. 40676 Anonymous
12th September 2018
Wednesday 7:46 pm
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I’ll fight and defeat all of you bastards.
>> No. 40677 Anonymous
12th September 2018
Wednesday 8:30 pm
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The most upsetting thing about this thread is the date of the first post. Where has all the time gone?
>> No. 40678 Anonymous
12th September 2018
Wednesday 8:43 pm
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Up the swanny?
>> No. 40679 Anonymous
12th September 2018
Wednesday 8:58 pm
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Pissed away into the giant toilet of time


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12th September 2018
Wednesday 8:31 pm
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>> No. 4447 Anonymous
4th September 2018
Tuesday 12:48 pm
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Is this right?
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>> No. 4458 Anonymous
5th September 2018
Wednesday 5:51 pm
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P(A) + P(B) = P(A and B) + P(A or B)

Is this right?
>> No. 4459 Anonymous
5th September 2018
Wednesday 7:20 pm
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>> No. 4460 Anonymous
5th September 2018
Wednesday 8:55 pm
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P(A) + P(B) = P(A|B) - P(A∩B)

I fucking hope I've still got that right.
>> No. 4461 Anonymous
11th September 2018
Tuesday 9:23 pm
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Suppose you have a cube of width x. Increase one dimension by dx and the volume will increase by (x^2)dx. Doing this on on all three dimensions will increase the volume by 3(x^2)dx. Integrate and we get x^3 as the formula for volume. Is this right?

More examples.

The surface area of a sphere is 4pi(r^2). An increase in radius by dr will increase the volume by 4pi(r^2)dr. Integrate and we get (4/3)pi(r^3) as the formula for volume.

The circumference of a circle is (2pi)r. Integrate and we get area = pi(r^2).

Am I doing it right?

t. 37yo learning maths
>> No. 4462 Anonymous
12th September 2018
Wednesday 2:23 pm
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The volume of the cross-section of an n-dimensional cone is kw^(n-1), where w is the width and k some constant. Integrate this over the length of the cone to give V = kAl/n where A is the volume of the base and l the length.

The case k=1, A=h, n=2 gives hl/2 as the area of a triangle.



>> No. 5456 Anonymous
4th April 2014
Friday 3:02 am
/lit/5456 Vurt
This was really good.
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>> No. 6737 Anonymous
20th January 2018
Saturday 10:12 am
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I've been thinking about it some more, and it may actually be a new disguised form of cunt-off:

*That's a very interesting post*
> You're a cunt.

*Thanks lad*
> You too.
>> No. 6739 Anonymous
20th January 2018
Saturday 12:06 pm
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Damning with faint praise, I think it's called.
>> No. 6740 Anonymous
31st January 2018
Wednesday 9:42 pm
6740 Ian Rankin - Rebus books 15, 16, 17, 17.1, 17.2, 18, 19, 21, 22
Fleshmarket Close 2004)
The Naming of the Dead (2006)
Exit Music (2007)
Standing in Another Man's Grave (2012)
Saints of the Shadow Bible (2013)
The Complaints (2009) - Malcolm Fox
The Impossible Dead (2011) - Malcolm Fox
Even Dogs in the Wild (2015)
Rather Be the Devil (2016)

I finished the remaining Rebus novels, as well as the two Fox ones which took place in the chronicity. Malcolm Fox seems like a pointless character, Siobhan is more interesting but rarely develops in any particular fashion. Fox is particularly annoying as he supposedly sticks to the rules and does things by the book as all the other characters are keen to remind him in conversation except he really doesn't, every now and then he'll go against his orders in the most pointless way and achieve nothing at all by it.
The Naming of the Dead stuck out in particular as of all the books it had the most life to it, Rankin seemed energised by the G8 protests and how much he hates Bono. Exit Music and Even Dogs in the Wild had some particularly melancholy moments which I enjoyed.
As the stories progress into the later books (16+) it seems like someone was teaching Rankin about actual organised crime, so they begin to be a bit convoluted in a dull way all to do with buying property and banking investments. Once or twice this is done well but the rest of the time I wasn't terribly impressed. One case in particular was a retrospective thing about how all the gangsters invested in the land around the Scottish Parliament in the pre-2000 referendum and the fallout from that, then later there's a book where they're investing again in the land for the more recent referendum, but when that fails the next book ignores it.
Some odd things in the chronology; Rebus seems to forget his father was dead in one book, and the biography of Big Ger written at the end of one book has been totally forgotten by everyone involved a few books later when someone else proposes writing one.
I'm amused that the early cases sometimes take weeks and months with years in between, then the more recent ones all seem to happen in a matter of days, something that Rankin started doing presumably when he realised Rebus was about to reach the age of retirement and is now getting very old, but wanting to keep writing more books.
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>> No. 6774 Anonymous
21st May 2018
Monday 10:31 pm
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While I am usually a fan of the memoirs and autobiographies of the users, the junkies, the alcoholics, life's general riff-raff that end up laid up at the lower stratas of society, this one left me not just unfulfilled but also fairly sad that I'd bothered to read it all.

If we can all agree that there is no point in reading (or writing, for that matter) something that you, or at least someone else, can’t learn anything from then we have no choice but to conclude that this is a useless book written by a useless person.

For there is nothing to learn here at all. No musings on the causes, mechanisms, whys, or wherefores of addiction or the visceral drive towards self destruction; about the deepest this book gets (and I paraphrase) is "and then I spent a few years letting gross men I didn't know bundle me into nightclub toilets and give me cocaine before later pulling me onto their laps in taxis while unzipping their fly, but you know how it is, right girls?!?!?".

Even Sarah Hepola's snooze-fest Blackout: Remembering the Things I Drank to Forget or Burroughs Junior's ungainly, lurching memoir Speed have a comparative ocean of insight and a lot less "My dad was distant and my mother hated me and Kurt Cobain died, and here's a vague description of how I did a lot of dumb shit despite being born with a silver spoon in my mouth without even an attempt at self-contemplation about why I might have done so" when compared to this.

tl;dr - A pointless book by a pointless person, even her beauty columns had more to say about life than this and I'm a heterosexual male whose idea of looking after myself is trying to remember to get my hair cut more than once a year.
>> No. 6795 Anonymous
12th September 2018
Wednesday 12:19 pm
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I've just killed an hour reading a short story from Frederick Forsyth about some poor sod who got blackmailed by a prozzie. Money with Menaces it's called, I think.

I smelt something was up when the protagonist of the story talked back to his blackmailers, even more so when he mounted a shopping run for some components too ordinary to be left without attention.

The moment with the photo he'd removed from his flat before he got visited by a copper is still kind of brilliant.


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>> No. 61536 Searchfag
10th September 2018
Monday 1:06 am

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>> No. 61558 Crabkiller
11th September 2018
Tuesday 10:31 pm
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Be honest, he's not some newsreading messiah. He's just the guy from Singapore with an American accent.
>> No. 61559 Paedofag
11th September 2018
Tuesday 11:02 pm
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>> No. 61561 Anonymous
12th September 2018
Wednesday 6:49 am
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This lad got the reference!
>> No. 61562 YubYub
12th September 2018
Wednesday 8:16 am
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Well done to him. It was quite ban obscure one too, one that only a true badass would understand.
>> No. 61563 Searchfag
12th September 2018
Wednesday 10:03 am
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I didn't, actually, I just thought he'd done it by mistake.


>> No. 61556 Ambulancelad
11th September 2018
Tuesday 11:07 am
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>> No. 61440 R4GE
6th September 2018
Thursday 1:22 pm
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>> No. 61540 YubYub
10th September 2018
Monday 7:59 am
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One of the little shits bit me and it wouldn't stop bleeding for half an hour. I was afraid I'd have to go to A&E and tell them I'd been bitten by a hamster.
>> No. 61541 Searchfag
10th September 2018
Monday 8:01 am
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His two brothers died within two weeks of each other. We thought he'd go soon after. That was over a year ago. He's pretty old now though so we think he won't last much longer. Also, we don't want to keep getting guinea pigs to keep other guinea pigs company otherwise we'll always have guinea pigs, and we can't really give them all the attention and space they deserve.
>> No. 61542 Crabkiller
10th September 2018
Monday 8:04 am
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Why are chickens mean though? My parents' neighbours had chickens which would just wander about all over the place and never cause problems. They all got wiped out by a virus apart from one which hung out with the grouse thereafter and thought it was one.
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10th September 2018
Monday 8:06 am
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>> No. 61545 Paedofag
10th September 2018
Monday 10:16 am
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Pack mentality.

I have a friend who lives on a farm and they said if any of the chickens are injured or ill then they must be separated from the rest or they will kill it. A pigeon managed to get in the chicken coop once; they pecked off all of its feathers and were slowly torturing it.


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