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>> No. 66910 Paedofag
7th October 2020
Wednesday 8:27 am
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What have they done to Jacqui Smith?


>> No. 30043 Anonymous
5th October 2020
Monday 11:42 pm
/emo/30043 Stolen Phone
Aight lads, my phone just got stolen in East London. I've disabled the sim, sent a notification to Find My Device on google and remotely logged out of Google Facebook and Whatsapp. Is there anything else I should do (apart from go back to primary school to learn about interaction with strangers)? I don't really use apps for really sensitive things, and I have a pattern login, but I'm still a bit on edge.
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>> No. 30047 Anonymous
6th October 2020
Tuesday 12:42 am
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Oh. Pick pocketing? Less violent than I thought. Anyway, police won't do anything. They are cunts. I got robbed when I was 15, and they basically asked me if I were lying. Why would I lie? I am still confused by that question 15 years later.

It is still good to have a paper trail of the robbery. Also, you could go all "Taken" on them, and track them. Maybe rob them back at 5am with a couple of mates with knives and bats? I don't want to incriminate myself... but 5 grand is a lot of money to stumble upon.
>> No. 30048 Anonymous
6th October 2020
Tuesday 12:46 am
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Won't be able to access my IMEI number til I can use my landline tomorrow, I'm assuming since I disabled the SIM there's nothing they can do even if they have the IMEI?
Yeah, very amicable pickpocketing, I assume I look like a proper chump when I walk down the street so no threat of violence is needed against me. In real life I think the worst thing that can happen is that they rob or blackmail the £50 I own from me, but I'm also worried they'll hack onto my fb page I haven't used in 5 years and post "im gay".
>> No. 30049 Anonymous
6th October 2020
Tuesday 1:18 am
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Might as well write it off. I think you should still report it to the police.

From my understanding, they will probably reset everything and resell it. I don't think they want to personally snoop through your stuff, since it would take a bit of work to log into your accounts, and get all your data. I hope you backed up your data.

Live and learn. People are cunts.
>> No. 30050 Anonymous
6th October 2020
Tuesday 7:20 am
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>I'm still a bit on edge.

I think it's a sad fact of life that if you live in London, you're going to get robbed from time to time. It is unsettling, and there is almost nothing you can do about it. Console yourself with the fact that these people were obviously in a desperate situation to be doing this, and they didn't harm you.

Write it off, and move on. It's just a device, no matter how jarring the whole process is. You will learn from this about how you interact with others in the street, and you will learn to not make eye contact or be as "helpful" to most strangers, no matter how upsetting those concepts are. For kind, open people, these are difficult lessons to learn, but you will.
>> No. 30051 Anonymous
6th October 2020
Tuesday 12:19 pm
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Thanks dude, I will try to remember all that next time I'm walking home pissed at 11PM on a Monday.


>> No. 27634 Anonymous
30th September 2020
Wednesday 11:41 pm
/g/27634 Youtube Playlist
I have never used my Youtube account. I barely log into it. If I found music I liked, I would bookmark it. So I thought it would be worthwhile to create a playlist of all those 3000 bookmarked youtube links on my account. I am a bit stuck as to finding a way of doing this. The manual way of clicking each one and then adding it to my playlist would probably take me weeks.

So I exported my bookmarks, and now I have all the links on a nice text file, but I am unsure of what to do next.

Is there anyway of converting my links on the text file into a playlist?
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>> No. 27636 Anonymous
1st October 2020
Thursday 1:04 am
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Looks like it'll be this one you need, actually:
>> No. 27637 Anonymous
1st October 2020
Thursday 5:59 am
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I'd never used mine until very recently - and in the end only for exactly the purpose you describe; finding things I want to watch, and then watching them later on the Apple TV. They get us all in the end.
>> No. 27638 Anonymous
1st October 2020
Thursday 7:55 pm
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That looks complicated, but I don't mind trying new stuff if it will work. I just don't want to pay for it.

You would think that they would make it easier for people like us.

I remember, years ago, you could play around with the web address to create an untitled playlist, but that doesn't work any more.

Anyone got any ideas?
>> No. 27639 Anonymous
2nd October 2020
Friday 12:04 am
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As far as I'm aware, you have three options:

1. Use the API (reliable, easier than option 2, may cost you);
2. Write a bot which directly interfaces with YouTube as if it were you clicking the mouse using something like Selenium for Python (unreliable, will take a lot of time, hard);
3. Manually make the playlist

For more info on Option 2:
>> No. 27640 Anonymous
4th October 2020
Sunday 11:55 pm
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2020-10-04 23_44_48-Command Prompt.png

For downloading youtube videos I use youtube-dl which is a command line tool, you pass it the ID at the end of the URL, like in pic - guide here:

There is a switch in documentation (-x, --extract-audio) to extract the audio only and you can specify the format (--audio-format mp3) for example, perhaps this may be of use. I assume you can just use a batch file to do a whole bunch of them in one go.


>> No. 66851 YubYub
4th October 2020
Sunday 4:03 pm
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A good interview about homosexuality and transsexualism in Uganda. It may be of help to people here struggling with their sexuality and gender identity.
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>> No. 66852 Searchfag
4th October 2020
Sunday 4:06 pm
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>> No. 66853 Samefag
4th October 2020
Sunday 7:06 pm
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Shall I call you mister?


>> No. 23217 Anonymous
3rd October 2020
Saturday 8:22 am
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What are some decent British films from the past few years?

The last one I properly enjoyed was Sightseers, but I've heard good things about The Gentlemen.
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>> No. 23223 Anonymous
3rd October 2020
Saturday 2:04 pm
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1917, Ex Machina, Pride, The Death of Stalin, Notes on Blindness, '71.
>> No. 23224 Anonymous
3rd October 2020
Saturday 4:10 pm
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The Personal History of David Copperfield
>> No. 23225 Anonymous
3rd October 2020
Saturday 6:33 pm
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If you liked In Bruges then try The Guard and Calvary.
>> No. 23230 Anonymous
4th October 2020
Sunday 12:10 am
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I'm only 17 minutes into it but Say Your Prayers seems like a good shout.
>> No. 23233 Anonymous
4th October 2020
Sunday 1:45 am
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>I'm only 17 minutes into it but
Yep that's a good British film. Maybe 15 years too late but still essentially a solid film.


>> No. 66811 Paedofag
1st October 2020
Thursday 12:32 am
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Why do so many people care so much about things beyond their control? 99% of us are basically plankton.
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>> No. 66828 Searchfag
2nd October 2020
Friday 12:52 pm
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But everyone has an internal value system, even if it's just a basic innate measure of stress.
>> No. 66829 Samefag
2nd October 2020
Friday 1:01 pm
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So denial, then.
>> No. 66832 Billbob
2nd October 2020
Friday 1:19 pm
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What? no. You either know if something it making you feel bad or not.
>> No. 66833 YubYub
2nd October 2020
Friday 1:33 pm
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How are you going to be "free of the fear and worry of a dying planet" if it's part of your internal value system?
>> No. 66849 Billbob
2nd October 2020
Friday 11:34 pm
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It's easy - you just don't worry about it.


>> No. 90534 Anonymous
28th September 2020
Monday 5:17 pm
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How the turntables.
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>> No. 90588 Anonymous
1st October 2020
Thursday 6:32 am
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>He was elected chairman of the Leicester East constituency Labour Party (CLP) in January 2020
Fuck sake.
>> No. 90589 Anonymous
1st October 2020
Thursday 6:53 am
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His older sister is also an MP - love a political dynasty.
>> No. 90590 Anonymous
1st October 2020
Thursday 8:05 am
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>her decision could have been overruled by a two-thirds majority
>the result could have been 18 to 10 — which would have passed the threshold
Have they got Diane counting the votes again?
>> No. 90591 Anonymous
1st October 2020
Thursday 10:06 am
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Presumably the rules specify whether fractional votes should be rounded up or down.
>> No. 90592 Anonymous
2nd October 2020
Friday 1:28 am
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If they say anything other than rounding up they're wrong.


>> 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. 13748 Anonymous
7th September 2020
Monday 8:35 pm
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Might give that a look, lad. Thanks.
>> No. 13792 Anonymous
13th September 2020
Sunday 5:50 pm
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Anyone know of some chocolate that tastes like Toblerone but without the nougat? I'm considering just melting a bunch of them down and using a sieve to filter out the crap.
>> No. 13793 Anonymous
13th September 2020
Sunday 7:11 pm
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Milka used to be basically the same, but both brands are owned by Mondelez now so fuck knows. Lindt or Ritter milk chocolate is probably fairly similar.
>> No. 13852 Anonymous
30th September 2020
Wednesday 2:50 pm
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>one of the rare sources of healthy fast food.

Sandwiches in Subway 'too sugary to meet legal definition of being bread'
>> No. 13853 Anonymous
1st October 2020
Thursday 6:58 am
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I've always thought that - the bread just tastes weird like a crap brioche.


>> No. 425684 Anonymous
5th April 2019
Friday 11:36 pm
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So am I the only one who is getting a bit annoyed by this whole Greta Thunberg cult, or am I just too much of a cold hearted cynic that the world would be better off without?

I don't doubt the legitimate concern of her generation over climate change, after all it will fall to them to sort out the utter fucking mess that we have left the planet in, but all the awards that she is now being showered with are IMO just middle aged and old people's guilt over their own failure to save the planet's climate despite having had decades of prior warning, and who lost their way and succumbed to high carbon footprint consumerism somewhere between 1990s road protest villages and today's school runs in a 4x4. None of it feels sincere or genuine, it's more like, yeah, just take all these awards and shut the hell up already.

And parents whose children now protest every Friday or so are now engaging in pissing matches on twitter and Instagram to show off which one of their kids gets the most involved. As one commenter said, nothing good has ever come of a youth protest movement that was applauded by parents.
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>> No. 439336 Anonymous
30th September 2020
Wednesday 7:30 pm
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I've no idea if this data is more or less reliable than Oxfam's, but apparently a salary of 40k officially puts you in the 1%.
>> No. 439337 Anonymous
30th September 2020
Wednesday 7:50 pm
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I think there is something on which is more specific to the UK - the bands are obviously higher than compared to the rest of the world.
>> No. 439338 Anonymous
30th September 2020
Wednesday 7:55 pm
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I don't really buy this. It is silly to tell someone on bennies here that they are in the global 5% and should be grateful. Makes me think it's a silly hamfisted message that Bezos would like his workers to believe and not look to make our own society fairer. Just for the sake of some fucking nets for some Congolese child somewhere.

Fits in with all the silliness of middle and working class people being told to be more green while the rich own private jets. The silliness of our government trying to call environmental activities, basically daft militant wogs, and this sort of nonsense >>439301.

All very silly.
>> No. 439339 Anonymous
30th September 2020
Wednesday 8:35 pm
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There was another % calculator I clicked on first that didn't have any of the charity gubbins but it didn't seem to be working.
>> No. 439340 Anonymous
30th September 2020
Wednesday 8:37 pm
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What you have to keep in mind is that it's not a linear scale, and when you get to the top end of the scale, the curve has nearly doubled back on itself.

So you're in the top 5% if you're on £25k? Fair enough, kids in Mozambique don't even have clean water. But to be in the 1%? Doctors, lawyers, other general middle class jobs, who to be fair are wealthy, but they're still not exactly calling the shots and meaningfully in charge of anything.

Then you get to the very top with the 0.1%, which is people like you mention, your Bezoses and Gateses. It really doesn't sound like a big jump does it? That's going from a percent, to the top tenth of that percent- But the gulf is almost incomprehensibly vast. You go from a doctor who owns an Audi and goes on holiday twice a year, to men who command entire economies in their own right. Men who have so much money they could afford to buy entire African nations.

It's all a matter of perspective.

And you're right, it's a bit daft to call out people who are technically globally wealthy if they happen to live in a country/city with very high costs of living. They have no choice in the matter because that kind of poverty keeps you trapped wherever you happen to be, and while they might have access to clean water, universal healthcare and a roof over their head, that doesn't mean it isn't an intolerably bleak existence at times, and they are most certainly not complicit in environmental harm, because at that level you really don't have autonomy over your decisions. You have to buy whatever is cheap.


>> No. 12398 Anonymous
6th June 2020
Saturday 1:31 am
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What's your opinion of Spotify and its premium version?

I used to run the free version with adblock years ago but then forgot about it because everything is on youtube or otherwise downloadable. Now it seems like everyone has an account so I'm wondering if I'm missing something.
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>> No. 12515 Anonymous
29th September 2020
Tuesday 2:55 pm
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You obviously don't have many books. Wait until you have hundreds/thousands and have to move house. I have/had hundreds of the buggers, and have completely moved over to Kindle - just makes sense.
>> No. 12516 Anonymous
29th September 2020
Tuesday 7:09 pm
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This lad gets it.

I have a bunch of old/rare/signed/first edition/out of print etc books at my mum's place, and a shoe box full of books I just can't be without that I lug around with me whenever I move house/city/country/continent. Other than that if I can't get it for my Kindle I either don't bother or I buy it with the express idea that I'll read it, take a bunch of notes on it, and probably give it away.
>> No. 12517 Anonymous
29th September 2020
Tuesday 7:23 pm
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>take a bunch of notes on it, and probably give it away

You monster!
>> No. 12518 Anonymous
29th September 2020
Tuesday 7:30 pm
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If you don't like other people's marginalia, you don't really like books.
>> No. 12520 Anonymous
29th September 2020
Tuesday 11:11 pm
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I actually meant on as in about not on as in in but also somewhat agree re marginalia. Scribblings and finding old train tickets and shop receipts and that used as book marks are part of the charm of charity shop books imo.


>> No. 13834 Anonymous
27th September 2020
Sunday 8:18 pm
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What's happened to chocolate rich tea biscuits? I can't find them anywhere.
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>> No. 13847 Anonymous
28th September 2020
Monday 2:49 pm
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That's despicable erasure of the unique and distinctive digestive culture.
>> No. 13848 Anonymous
28th September 2020
Monday 3:18 pm
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What about jaffa lollies?
>> No. 13849 Anonymous
28th September 2020
Monday 6:06 pm
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Is this meant to be Paddy McGuiness?
>> No. 13850 Anonymous
28th September 2020
Monday 7:27 pm
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It's Benedict McVitiesbatch
>> No. 13851 Anonymous
28th September 2020
Monday 11:19 pm
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This is him. Pretty, but a cartoon wafer of a biscuit and therefore unsatisfying.


>> ID: 98ca28 No. 15546 Anonymous
26th September 2020
Saturday 2:06 pm

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Oi purps, can you whitelist a friend of mine in Germany who can't access the site?

He's a Hampshire lad originally.


Feel free to delete thread after whitelisting to hide his IP
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>> ID: a7556e No. 15552 Anonymous
27th September 2020
Sunday 11:28 am

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I'm sure he'll be along soon, even if it's just to explain why he can't.
>> ID: bdfd82 No. 15553 Anonymous
27th September 2020
Sunday 12:05 pm

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Whitelisting individual IPs is a pain in the arse, apologies.

Let me do a bit of research and I'll let you know. Not convinced I want to open up Germany for one person, but let me look at some logs and consider.
>> ID: 98ca28 No. 15557 Anonymous
28th September 2020
Monday 6:07 pm

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Thank you modm8s.


>> No. 66794 Are Moaty
28th September 2020
Monday 3:53 pm
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Is a prerequisite to being a copper killed in the line of duty that you've got to have a smoking hot girlfriend?
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>> No. 66795 Crabkiller
28th September 2020
Monday 3:55 pm
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No, only that she has an acute case of atchaforya.


>> No. 66779 R4GE
27th September 2020
Sunday 11:25 pm
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>> No. 87242 Anonymous
10th November 2019
Sunday 10:49 am
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She's our only hope.
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>> No. 90472 Anonymous
30th August 2020
Sunday 6:11 pm
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Seconded. For a light-but-insightful companion, I'd suggest Haven't You Heard? by Marie le Conte.
>> No. 90473 Anonymous
30th August 2020
Sunday 6:56 pm
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Oh agreed - I have that book too and almost recommended it in that >>90471 post. I think both of them are very clever and do some of the best political writing around.
>> No. 90531 Anonymous
26th September 2020
Saturday 8:55 pm
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Opinium have Labour ahead.
>> No. 90532 Anonymous
26th September 2020
Saturday 9:08 pm
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And so close to the next election.
>> No. 90533 Anonymous
27th September 2020
Sunday 6:09 pm
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If they keep up this trend, they'll be around 200 points up by 2024.


>> No. 24121 Anonymous
11th August 2020
Tuesday 11:58 pm
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Fuck this game is good.

Makes Sekiro seem like a leisurely stroll. Most fun I've had in my living room since the missus and I christened the new sofas.
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>> No. 24160 Anonymous
20th August 2020
Thursday 1:36 am
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It's a beautiful British game by brilliant British boffins.
>> No. 24161 Anonymous
20th August 2020
Thursday 8:50 pm
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I think The Pub Landlord was years ahead of its time.
>> No. 24423 Anonymous
26th September 2020
Saturday 12:08 pm
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Flavour of the month. Nobody is talking about it anymore, Among Us is the new hotness now.
>> No. 24424 Anonymous
26th September 2020
Saturday 12:16 pm
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Why does it matter if it's a flavour of the month game? Their twitter is still full of replies and from what I see on Twitch still quite popular, new levels are being released in a couple of weeks too. I'm sure it'll survive.

If anything, it'll be easier to get in a game.
>> No. 24425 Anonymous
26th September 2020
Saturday 12:36 pm
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Steam says otherwise: 46,255 players at time of posting, 59,488 peak. And that's only for Steam, of course, I know it's on PS4 and I am assuming you can buy it elsewhere for PC.


>> No. 90509 Anonymous
25th September 2020
Friday 12:16 pm
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I don't always agree with what Monbiot says, but "The right preaches individualism, yet moves as a herd. The left preaches solidarity, yet atomises." is the most succinct summary of the current political landscape that I've read in some time.
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>> No. 90526 Anonymous
25th September 2020
Friday 9:04 pm
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>> No. 90527 Anonymous
25th September 2020
Friday 9:16 pm
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I wasn't sure if you were ending your post with a self-defeating statement ironically for comedic value as that would have supported the arguments I made >>90517 here. We don't have much of a sense of humour those of us on the right.
>> No. 90528 Anonymous
25th September 2020
Friday 10:50 pm
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It doesn't help that Scottish Labour has always been terribly run. Fat and lazy after decades of dominating Scottish politics, they took the brunt of the blame for how uninspiring the first 3 terms of the Scottish parliament were, sending a bunch of non-entities to staff it because all of their big hitters (except Dewar, who died.) wanted a real job in Westminster.
Full of genuinely pathological loathing for the SNP (It's hard to think of any English precedent. The CPGB-ML has warmer words for the Conservatives than Scottish Labour has for the SNP) they destroyed their credibility as an opposition by constantly crying wolf, and with the the stupid old "Elections are won on the centre ground, which is eternally where Blair was in 1997" axiom in mind they've traditionally attacked the SNP from the right, opposing popular policies like free tuition and prescriptions on the grounds of being "something for nothing".

Their last chance to retake power was probably 2011, which they blew spectacularly for those two reasons. They've notionally wobbled left in 2016 and will probably stay there in 2020, but as the third party they're about as relevant as the Liberal Democrats and far more institutionally dysfunctional. Scottish Labour is a talent vacuum with no policy credibility (and no big ideas) staffed and run by non-entities who are so blinded by hatred for the SNP that they'll never figure out how they were outflanked by them. And I say this as a member.
>> No. 90529 Anonymous
26th September 2020
Saturday 1:45 am
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>And I say this as a member
Jesus Christ.

Never knew it was this bad up there. Got any other mad long posts? I love reading them when I am drunk.

As another thought, how can I become Scottish person? Basically, how long do I have to wait until my son can get free tuition?
>> No. 90530 Anonymous
26th September 2020
Saturday 8:41 am
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Three years.


>> No. 27223 Anonymous
28th August 2020
Friday 9:27 am
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Push to get staff back to offices amid warning of UK's 'ghost towns'

Workers will be encouraged to return to the office as part of a major media campaign to be launched by the government next week. The television and newspaper messages will promote the government’s aim to reduce the number of employees working from home amid fears that town and city centres are becoming ghost areas as workers stay away.

A report in the Telegraph said the campaign would push the emotional and mental health benefits of mixing with colleagues but also said that ministers would warn that those working from home could be more vulnerable to being sacked.

Fuck off. Fuck off. Fuck off. Fuck off. Fuck off.
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>> No. 27995 Anonymous
24th September 2020
Thursday 7:14 pm
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Depends on how much of a cunt he's being. There's a lot we don't know about that poster seeing as we're going off a paragraph and a bit of information.
>> No. 28000 Anonymous
24th September 2020
Thursday 7:28 pm
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>a lot we don't know about that poster

We learnt that he's a pandemic denying cunt, his partner is a money grabbing cunt, and his mother-in-law is a mercenary cunt if she's threatening to kick them out.

Sounds like they all deserve each other to be honest.
>> No. 28031 Anonymous
25th September 2020
Friday 7:40 pm
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>>27703 here again.

Apparently it was 'only a suggestion' that those still WFH work an extra hour and not something they had to do.
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25th September 2020
Friday 9:05 pm
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Unpaid overtime can only ever be a suggestion, certainly.

I have some suggestions of my own for whomever suggested it.
>> No. 28033 Anonymous
25th September 2020
Friday 9:34 pm
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>but kicking your partner out mid-pandemic specifically after they've lost their job

Probably not the best timing, but if a relationship is already on its dying breath, then what is the point of keeping it up just because there's a pandemic. Your partner will find a new flat and job.

One of my mates got dumped by his girlfriend eight weeks into his cancer diagnosis. That was some proper shit. She told him she already wasn't sure about the relationship anymore right before he got the diagnosis, but that it "wasn't fair on anybody" to keep up the relationship just because of the new situation.


>> No. 66750 Paedofag
23rd September 2020
Wednesday 5:19 pm
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wtf is wrong with german peopls?
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>> No. 66751 Crabkiller
23rd September 2020
Wednesday 7:44 pm
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They never usually have a problem with authority.
>> No. 66762 YubYub
25th September 2020
Friday 9:54 am
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Makes sense to me. Science should inform opinion, not dictate it.
Reminds me of those 'and that's a good/bad thing' headlines.
>> No. 66763 Samefag
25th September 2020
Friday 10:14 am
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In an ideal world sure but this ain't that. May as well try to stop clickbait.
>> No. 66764 Auntiefucker
25th September 2020
Friday 10:26 am
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You can try to stop rising sea levels with a hosepipe as well if you like.
>> No. 66765 Searchfag
25th September 2020
Friday 3:51 pm
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Yes, or some other example. Thanks for chipping in.


>> No. 66116 Samefag
4th August 2020
Tuesday 9:08 am
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Woman furious after being fined £120 for feeding a Greggs vegan sausage roll to pigeons in Piccadilly Gardens

Phwoar! Move over, Sophie. She could nibble on my sausage roll, IYKWIM AITTYD
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>> No. 66211 Auntiefucker
10th August 2020
Monday 1:13 pm
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Saying this online is a sign of being a tedious shit.
>> No. 66213 Billbob
10th August 2020
Monday 1:15 pm
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We did. She's got an onlyfans and everything.
>> No. 66216 Searchfag
10th August 2020
Monday 1:28 pm
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Says a guy who cries when he cums.
>> No. 66217 Ambulancelad
10th August 2020
Monday 1:35 pm
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Can hardly blame him if you were there.
>> No. 66753 Billbob
25th September 2020
Friday 8:13 am
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Still would.


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