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>> No. 429895 Anonymous
26th August 2019
Monday 10:05 am
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Any of you lads find British suburbia deathly boring?

Life can't all be action film stunts and fast-paced living, but the thought of returning to my suburban hometown from London fills me with dread. Even when I go back to visit family for a week or so I get bored almost instantly.

Nothing ever changes, small town mentality takes over, what the neighbour bought for their new car becomes the topic of conversation and there's not much to do. I don't mean in the sense that 'there's no vegan cafe that makes food out of recycled compost' things to do, I mean there's literally nothing to do really that I haven't done a million times before. People at home mock how their mortgage on a three bed semi is less than my monthly rent but what they don't understand is that's because nobody wants to live there. I know that I'm being as annoying by sneering at them.

I know I'll have to relent and move back one day as I can't afford to live in London forever but I don't know how to get past this mental block. I could move abroad, but I guess their suburbias are the same too.

Any of you lads in a similar boat? What are your plans? How did you get over it? Or more practically, how do I sneer at the idea less?


Pic related: The kind of place I imagine when I say this.
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>> No. 430268 Anonymous
6th September 2019
Friday 1:04 pm
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>>430246
Do you know how much emissions diesel trains pump out? I sincerely hope you're sticking to electrified lines.
>> No. 430269 Anonymous
6th September 2019
Friday 2:10 pm
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>>430268

Do you know how much of a zealous bore you sound like?
>> No. 430270 Anonymous
6th September 2019
Friday 2:14 pm
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>>430269

Almost as though that's deliberate or something.
>> No. 430274 Anonymous
6th September 2019
Friday 2:44 pm
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>>430270

If there was supposed to be a nod and a wink of sarcasm I assure you it was lost in the crap delivery.
>> No. 430275 Anonymous
6th September 2019
Friday 2:53 pm
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>>430268
Stick yourself to some electrified lines.

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>> No. 28675 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 1:49 pm
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I keep running up against a wall in my relationships with others, romantic and platonic, and a recent talk with my girlfriend made this clear.

In short: I internalised the fact that I am very much alone in the world from a very young age. A degree of emotional independence might be healthy, but I take it much too far. I struggle with the idea that anyone really has my back or wants to (or even can) support me. I have a lot of confidence in myself, not so much in others.

I could examine every little reason for and aspect of that, but I don't feel like I need to. I think it's a typical story: boy in a shite industrial town, hard-working but depressed parents. Lots of toxic relationships and traumatic experiences. Didn't or couldn't have much faith in the adults around me. Truthfully, for a long time I did not have anyone, so handled it by keeping things to myself. I'm sure this can be pathologised as avoidant personality or disordered attachment or whatever label you like, but that kind of analysis doesn't really interest me much.

The other side of the coin is that I'm also pretty bright, emotionally expressive, and sociable. I have a lot of interests and have mixed with many kinds of people. I like talking to and sharing life with others. I have built a very good life for myself in another location and am loving meeting people here.

The result is that I have a lot of friends and enjoy the companionship, but as soon as something rubs me the wrong way or I feel that people are no longer an "ally", the switch flips and I quite literally feel nothing for them but a very cold sense of distance. The best way I can describe it is anger, but viewed through a telescope.

I sometimes feel as though the same sensitivity and awareness that makes me so good at gabbing and becoming close with people is the exact same sensitivity which will put me on high alert if anyone indicates they might hurt me or let me down.

This understandably upsets and confuses people, especially girls I've become involved with. I really hate this. I hate hurting others. And to be quite honest, it doesn't seem fair to open up and unleash my "issues" on people, even if they want to know and help. Treating friends and partners like therapists is rarely a good idea.

I want to handle this responsibly. I don't see any romance in "damaged but charming" or any other stereotypee. Money is a bit tight for proper therapy right now, and I've found most therapists woefully inept in dealing with young men in particular. I know at least one of you will suggest CBT, and I won't reject it out of hand but it seems like an extremely dry and mechanical process. I have my reservations about it. So, what do I do?
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>> No. 28677 Anonymous
23rd June 2019
Sunday 4:18 pm
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You might want to read up on attachment theory.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Attachment_theory
>> No. 28895 Anonymous
4th September 2019
Wednesday 5:49 pm
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I feel like I'm becoming cold as fuck.

I haven't seen my girlfriend for three weeks, some friends for four months, and my family for nearly a year. Yet I don't miss any of them, or even really feel their absence. In some cases, I even feel rather grateful for the time apart.
>> No. 28896 Anonymous
4th September 2019
Wednesday 6:16 pm
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Ah shite, a lot of what you lads have said in this thread is ringing true for me and I've recently decided a hermit life is best for me. However, honestly it's great so far and I remember wanting this back when I was a kid, I guess I forgot.
>> No. 28897 Anonymous
4th September 2019
Wednesday 6:51 pm
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I can relate to a lot of what you're saying. My parents were quite emotionally unstable and needy, so I grew up trying to be a sort of parent to my own parents. For many years I didn't like hugging people, because mum only ever hugged me when she needed a hug, never when she thought I needed a hug. My home life wasn't abusive or especially neglectful, but there was always a pallor of gloom and dread hanging over everything.

I grew up treading on eggshells, always trying to reassure and appease my parents, so in my adult life I tend to keep people at a distance to avoid the sheer effort of what I thought intimacy meant. For me, the key insight was realising that healthy relationships can survive some amount of conflict. It's OK to have a disagreement, it's even OK to have a blazing row occasionally, it's OK to vent about my shitty day or get a bit arsey about the state of the kitchen sink. Subconsciously, the fear of being abandoned by my moody and unreliable parents had stifled my ability to express my own emotional needs in adult relationships.

I'm not sure it's something I'll ever "get over", but being consciously aware of this tendency allows me to deal with things in a healthier and more mature way. I still tend to be guarded and keep people at arm's length, I still tend to smooth things over rather than argue things out, but I can remind myself to be a bit more assertive about my own needs, a bit less fearful about being abandoned and a bit more open about my personal experiences.

I can second the recommendation of >>28677 and would also suggest reading up on transactional analysis, which is a practical application of attachment theory.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transactional_analysis
>> No. 28900 Anonymous
4th September 2019
Wednesday 10:07 pm
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>>28895
Assuming that in long-term they all die, such self-sufficiency - if that's it - might be beneficial.
Sage because now I slightly feel 'cold as fuck'.
Myself, I surely appreciate the distance and the need to retreat into my shell periodically.

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>> No. 2770 Anonymous
3rd September 2019
Tuesday 6:59 pm
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Can someone please point me towards the British version of this guy?

&ab_channel=CrimePaysButBotanyDoesn%27t

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>> No. 28885 Anonymous
1st September 2019
Sunday 6:23 pm
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What do you do when you break up with somebody who trusts you. I feel like I've abandoned somebody quite special. Patient, kind, understanding. And I feel like an ass because now they think they've done something wrong, or they're not good enough. I broke up because I have a fixation with another girl who I've known as a friend for a lot longer, but who I still don't know very well on an individual level. And probably it will come to nothing; she won't like me once she knows me, or I won't like her, and now I've hurt somebody I liked, who also liked me. I think I need somebody to tell me that maybe I made the wrong decision, but it's not fatal; it's not a big deal.
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>> No. 28887 Anonymous
2nd September 2019
Monday 8:35 pm
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If you wanted to pursue other possibilities then ending it is the kindest thing you could have done for her. It sucks but any other decision would have been crueller in the long run.
>> No. 28888 Anonymous
2nd September 2019
Monday 8:54 pm
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Would the same thing happen to the second person?

Are you >>28870?
>> No. 28889 Anonymous
2nd September 2019
Monday 10:45 pm
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>>28886

Don't listen to this lad.

By doing this you have undermined the foundations and it's always going to be weaker as a result. It's a shame, and sometimes you will make the wrong decision in love. But it's true what they say, there will always be someone else.

It's important to keep in mind that you always want what you can't have- I always lust after my exes. I have to remind myself of all the reasons I left them/they left me. The brain has a habit of leaving out their flaws when you look back in yearning.
>> No. 28890 Anonymous
3rd September 2019
Tuesday 1:42 pm
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I'm afraid i have very little advice to give you OP, but know that I've just suggested a break from my partner, as I too have become somewhat fixated with another (which will likely come to nothing, but I think i'm OK with that).

The problem is though, I've had a couple of breaks with my partner for a few different reasons over the last few years. However, as time passes we both end up very depressed and missing each other dreadfully, and we end up back together. But then, as more time passes I always end up wanting to separate again. It feels like i'm stuck in a bit of a loop, so perhaps now really is the time to move on. I do understand how tough this all is though. It's not a pleasant feeling hurting someone who has been so kind and supportive over the years.
>> No. 28891 Anonymous
3rd September 2019
Tuesday 4:52 pm
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>>28888

Nah, not me. I will update my thread soonish.

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>> No. 7720 Anonymous
2nd September 2019
Monday 7:36 pm
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Assuming similar services and interest is available, is any one bank "safer" than another?

I was discouraged from switching to a co-op current account long ago.
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>> No. 7721 Anonymous
2nd September 2019
Monday 8:44 pm
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As long as your savings are covered by and below the FSCS limit you're pretty much fine whoever you go with.
>> No. 7722 Anonymous
2nd September 2019
Monday 9:04 pm
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>>7721
How do people protect monies over the FSCS limit?
>> No. 7723 Anonymous
2nd September 2019
Monday 9:15 pm
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>>7722
Spread it between multiple FSCS-registered institutions.
>> No. 7724 Anonymous
2nd September 2019
Monday 9:27 pm
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Properties.
>> No. 7725 Anonymous
2nd September 2019
Monday 9:32 pm
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I'll hold onto it for you.

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>> No. 4822 Anonymous
28th August 2019
Wednesday 11:14 am
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High reps or low reps? What do you prefer?

I'm a high rep guy. I usually train all exercises for 1 or 2 sets of 20.

High reps sets are much more stimulating and demanding than low reps. If I do less than 12 reps it doesn't feel like I've worked the muscle at all. High reps are generally safer and kinder to the joints too.
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>> No. 4829 Anonymous
1st September 2019
Sunday 11:21 am
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>>4827

Normally I avoid Joe Rogan's podcast like the plague but this lad's actually quite insightful.

The weird thing is as well, it's only really western folk that work out knocking their pan in once or thrice a week.

I spent a good few months training with Indonesian lads and they're at it every day, because it's fun to them and not work. Changed my mindset about exercise, it did.
>> No. 4830 Anonymous
1st September 2019
Sunday 1:35 pm
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>>4829
Besides training every day, what else was different about their approach?
>> No. 4831 Anonymous
1st September 2019
Sunday 2:00 pm
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>>4830

It was a very small gym, only 1 room, so it was more social as well, they would egg each other on to get one more set in, or do races on the treadmill, things like that.

I think that's down to a cultural thing more than 'intensity vs consistency', though.
>> No. 4832 Anonymous
1st September 2019
Sunday 2:40 pm
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>>4831

I think training consistently will act as a self-limiter on your intensity. Going in and smashing yourself every day isn't sustainable.
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2nd September 2019
Monday 6:54 am
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I think so, there's definitely been days where I've skipped the gym due to soreness from going too hard a the day or a couple of days before. I can only speak for myself, but I'm quite all-or-nothing, and one missed day can quickly spiral into a missed week, so being consistent has worked out way better for me than being more intense in my work outs.

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>> No. 27217 Anonymous
21st August 2019
Wednesday 12:35 pm
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Ihave made a mental arithmetic brain trainer.

It generates expressions at random like "6 * 3" that you have to evaluate as fast as possible.

It's set to use numbers 1-10 but you can gradually increase the range as you get better.

I recommend training for 20 mins a day.
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>> No. 27237 Anonymous
22nd August 2019
Thursday 6:42 pm
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Would it be overkill to make an Operator class like this:

class Operator: def __init__(self, fn, symbol): self.fn = fn self.symbol = symbol

>> No. 27246 Anonymous
26th August 2019
Monday 12:59 pm
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>>27233

Regex should be anchored like this:

^[+-]?\d+$

>> No. 27249 Anonymous
28th August 2019
Wednesday 4:40 pm
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import random, re #Custom classes ############################################ class Operator: def __init__(self, fn, symbol): self.fn = fn self.symbol = symbol #Functions ############################################ def getHi(): try: with open('hi.txt', 'r') as file: return int(file.readline().strip()) except: return 10 def incrementHi(): with open('hi.txt', 'w') as file: file.write(str(hi + 1)) #Constants ############################################ lo = 1 hi = getHi() nQuestions = 250 passingMark = 98 #integer percent add = Operator((lambda x,y: x+y), '+') sub = Operator((lambda x,y: x-y), '-') mul = Operator((lambda x,y: x*y), '*') #Start ############################################# print('''Using numbers in range {}-{}. {} questions. Passing mark is {}%. Press ctrl+c to exit early. ---------------'''.format(lo, hi, nQuestions, passingMark)) nCorrect = 0 for i in range(nQuestions): if i == nQuestions - 1: print('\n---Last question---') elif i > 0 and (nQuestions - i) % 25 == 0: remaining = nQuestions - i s = '' if remaining == 1 else 's' print('\n---{} question{} remaining---'.format(remaining, s)) a = random.randint(lo, hi) b = random.randint(lo, hi) op = random.choice([add, sub, mul]) answer = op.fn(a, b) print('\n{} {} {} =\n'.format(a, op.symbol, b)) userIn = input().strip() if re.match(r'^[+-]?\d+$', userIn) and int(userIn) == answer: nCorrect += 1 else: print('\nWRONG. Answer is {}.'.format(answer)) score = (100.0 * nCorrect) / nQuestions print(''' --------------- Score: {0:.2f}%'''.format(score)) if score >= passingMark: print('\nLesson passed. Number range will be increased by 1 next lesson.\n') incrementHi() else: print('\nLesson failed. Lesson will be repeated.\n') print('Press enter to exit.') input()

>> No. 27250 Anonymous
28th August 2019
Wednesday 7:16 pm
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>>27249

Add this operator:

pow = Operator(lambda x,y: x***y, '^')

>> No. 27253 Anonymous
1st September 2019
Sunday 6:00 pm
27253 OP
I've developed this a bit more. I've added division, square and cube questions and refactored the code a bit.

import math, random, re #Custom classes ############################################ class Question: def __init__(self, equation, answer): self.equation = equation self.answer = answer #Functions ############################################ def getHi(path): try: with open(path, 'r') as file: return int(file.readline().strip()) except: print('''---Error: Unable to access "{}" and load 'hi' value.--- ---Using default value of 10.---\n'''.format(path)) return 10 def incrementHi(path, newHi): try: with open(path, 'w') as file: file.write(str(newHi)) except: print('---Error: Unable to access "{}" and increase number range.---\n'.format(path)) def findBiFactorisations(n): factors = [] for i in range(2, n + 1): for j in range(2, n + 1): if i * j == n: factors.append((i, j)) return factors def isComposite(n): for i in range(2, int(math.sqrt(n)) + 1): if n % i == 0: return True return False def findNonPrimes(lo, hi): nonPrimes = [] for i in range(lo, hi + 1): if isComposite(i): nonPrimes.append(i) return nonPrimes def makeAddQuestion(): a = random.randint(lo, hi) b = random.randint(lo, hi) return Question('{} + {} ='.format(a, b), int(a + b)) def makeSubQuestion(): a = random.randint(lo, hi) b = random.randint(lo, a) return Question('{} - {} ='.format(a, b), int(a - b)) def makeTimesQuestion(): a = random.randint(lo, hi) b = random.randint(lo, hi) return Question('{} * {} ='.format(a, b), int(a * b)) def makeDivQuestion(): a = random.choice(nonPrimes) b, answer = random.choice(findBiFactorisations(a)) return Question('{} / {} ='.format(a, b), int(a / b)) def makeSquareQuestion(): a = random.randrange(lo, hi) return Question('{} ^ 2 ='.format(a), int(a ** 2)) def makeCubeQuestion(): a = random.randrange(lo, hi) return Question('{} ^ 3 ='.format(a), int(a ** 3)) #Constants ############################################ hiFile = r'hi.txt' lo = 1 hi = getHi(hiFile) # must be at least 4 nonPrimes = findNonPrimes(lo, hi) nQuestions = 250 passingMark = 98 # integer percent questionMakers = [makeAddQuestion, makeSubQuestion, makeTimesQuestion, makeDivQuestion, makeSquareQuestion, makeCubeQuestion] #Start ############################################# print('''Using numbers in range {}-{}. {} questions. Passing mark is {}%. Press ctrl+c to exit early. ---------------'''.format(lo, hi, nQuestions, passingMark)) nCorrect = 0 for i in range(nQuestions): if i == nQuestions - 1: print('\n---Last question---') elif i > 0 and (nQuestions - i) % 25 == 0: print('\n---{} questions remaining---'.format(nQuestions - i)) question = random.choice(questionMakers)() print('\n{}\n'.format(question.equation)) userIn = input().strip() if re.match(r'^[+-]?\d+$', userIn) and int(userIn) == question.answer: nCorrect += 1 else: print('\nWRONG. Answer is {}.'.format(question.answer)) score = round(100 * nCorrect / nQuestions, 2) if score % 1 == 0: score = int(score) print(''' --------------- Score: {}%'''.format(score)) if score >= passingMark: print('\nLesson passed. Number range will be increased by 1 next lesson.\n') incrementHi(hiFile, hi + 1) else: print('\nLesson failed. Lesson will be repeated.\n') print('Press enter to exit.') input()


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>> No. 64030 R4GE
1st September 2019
Sunday 3:22 pm
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>> No. 64036 Samefag
1st September 2019
Sunday 4:03 pm
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>> No. 64037 Moralfag
1st September 2019
Sunday 4:07 pm
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>>64032

Do they look like a pretentious cunt?
>> No. 64038 R4GE
1st September 2019
Sunday 4:12 pm
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>>64037
That doesn't narrow it down much.
>> No. 64039 Anonymous
1st September 2019
Sunday 5:24 pm
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>>64038

Well unless they say no. Then I'm down to just Byron you can't have the male pattern baldness horseshoe hair and be that self absorbed. Originally I thought Larry was fine then I noticed the twirl on his moustache. Carla might be decent people who accidentally became fashionable by having the same hair style forever.
>> No. 64040 Billbob
1st September 2019
Sunday 5:26 pm
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>>64035

Why is Jessica not a young Korean woman? UK:Resistance has really messed up my expectations.

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>> No. 22849 Anonymous
29th August 2019
Thursday 6:45 pm
/v/22849 Dave Chappel

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eyOkypzFfHo
https://www.vice.com/en_uk/article/59ngpb/you-can-definitely-skip-dave-chappelles-new-netflix-special-sticks-and-stones
>The comedian doubles down on misogyny and transphobia in both the special and the hidden bonus scene that follows.

There it is. The selling point - A hidden bonus scene. There's big money in 'what everyone's thinking', isn't there?

Is it just me or does he look different in his promotional video?

Nextlfix is only 5.99 a month.
Scihub lad, why is this advertising working on me?
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>> No. 22868 Anonymous
30th August 2019
Friday 7:31 pm
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>>22866

Well if he, for one, is a TV, he might.
>> No. 22870 Anonymous
30th August 2019
Friday 9:25 pm
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>>22867

YEAH!
>> No. 22871 Anonymous
30th August 2019
Friday 10:00 pm
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>>22870
Huh?
>> No. 22872 Anonymous
1st September 2019
Sunday 4:52 am
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Watched it after reading this thread. Pretty damn funny.
>> No. 22873 Anonymous
1st September 2019
Sunday 1:54 pm
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>>22849

It wasn't his best but it was still pretty solid. Decent anecdotal commentary on the waxing and waning of Hollywood celebrity culture, cancel culture, and other cancers of the modern world.

To claim Dave Chappelle is "anti-woke" is laudable. The article - and many others like it - don't even touch on his lampooning of the hate crime hoax that was the Jussie Smollett case. Writers like Taylor Hosking live in blissful ignorance and hold fast to their beliefs of a false dichotomy between comedy and commentary where there may be no moderate middle ground.

tl;dr: basically what >>22850 said, innit.

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>> ID: 433625 No. 15010 Anonymous
20th August 2019
Tuesday 2:48 pm

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My phone just gave me a time code and a warning telling me that Firefox had just accessed my camera. I was looking at this site at the time.
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>> ID: ec74d0 No. 15026 Anonymous
30th August 2019
Friday 12:12 pm

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>>15025

That's pretty fucking tasteless.
>> ID: aed482 No. 15027 Anonymous
31st August 2019
Saturday 2:22 am

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>>15019

Shit :(
>> ID: 67ea2c No. 15028 Anonymous
31st August 2019
Saturday 3:01 am

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>>15019
If it's the one the image invokes, then my deepest condolences. A light that burned too bright for the world to bear snuffed out too soon.
>> ID: d004e2 No. 15029 Anonymous
31st August 2019
Saturday 3:54 pm

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>>15015
Awful news.
>> ID: 7bf24a No. 15030 Anonymous
1st September 2019
Sunday 4:48 am

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>>15025
F's in the chat.

I only remember one female from IRC. She was lovely. Having said that, I don't remember her being a mod. I do remember trying to set her up with another lad in the IRC once.

I never did know the gender of some of the other posters, but I did like them all. So whoever has died, I'm sorry to hear it.

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>> No. 64019 Are Moaty
25th August 2019
Sunday 8:58 pm
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does the queen smoke?

if you met the queen, would you dare ask her to lend you a fag?

do you think she'd lend you one? would she save you twos?

if the queen lent you a fag, how much do you reckon you could get for it on ebay? would it be more valuable if it was twos on a fag the queen herself smoked?
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>> No. 64025 R4GE
31st August 2019
Saturday 8:09 pm
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>>64019
No idea but she drinks like a fish. Gin for breakfast, wine for lunch, champers for tea and more gin for a nightcap. She'd drink Shane McGowan under easily.
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31st August 2019
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>>64025

Offered out a drinking competition to the ira, send in your best, if i lose you can potato farm the whole of Ulster and have the freedom to tarmac every road in England. Conceded within 30 minutes.
>> No. 64027 Ambulancelad
31st August 2019
Saturday 9:31 pm
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THE QUEEN VS PADDY LOSTY'S GRANDSON. Who's your money on?
>> No. 64028 Are Moaty
31st August 2019
Saturday 11:45 pm
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>>64027
My money's on the Queen and vice versa.
>> No. 64029 Billbob
31st August 2019
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her maj sent in oliver reed as a peace envoy.

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>> No. 64020 YubYub
25th August 2019
Sunday 10:52 pm
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Business idea: a quidshop where everything is a quid, or less, or more.
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>> No. 64024 Anonymous
31st August 2019
Saturday 8:06 pm
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I once dated a girl, she told me that she was a socialist. I said that I didn't understand economics too.

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>> No. 64021 Ambulancelad
31st August 2019
Saturday 6:16 pm
/iq/64021 Diversity matters
https://youtu.be/F3_MfDYVKlg

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>> No. 19039 Anonymous
15th April 2019
Monday 10:15 pm
/news/19039 Notre Dame cathedral ablaze
Very sad news. It's home to many priceless artefacts and artworks, including woodwork that dates to the 13th century. It's believed to have started due to the current construction work.

If there's one small, silver lining, it's that we'll probably take extra precautions when renovating the House of Commons.
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>> No. 19090 Anonymous
21st April 2019
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>>19081

This plays into US politics they have a hard on for the preservation and promotion of Christian culture and values above and beyond the normal historical value that this gives them a chance to exercise. It is an easy win for him.
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21st April 2019
Sunday 11:50 am
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I think otherlad meant Macron rather than Trump when he said President Frog.
>> No. 19092 Anonymous
21st April 2019
Sunday 12:23 pm
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>>19091

Ah the president OF the frogs, not the president of the frog meme. Gotcha
>> No. 19093 Anonymous
21st April 2019
Sunday 12:52 pm
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>>19092
You might want to think about taking the night off.
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31st August 2019
Saturday 12:21 pm
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I assume this is the same shop. It's nice how they've allowed a greater deal of light and focus onto the remaining Notre Dame. The plain white seems a little too much though - perhaps theywanted not to detract from the Cathedral but it just looks out of place.

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>> No. 27251 Anonymous
30th August 2019
Friday 4:14 pm
/g/27251 Practical Networking primers and such
Not too long ago I managed to land myself a position as some sort of a systems administrator / network engineer at a small to medium local ISP in the middle of nowhere.
I'm moderately familiar with their network from the tech support days in the same company. I've dabbled with Linux and *BSD systems before, these don't scare me really.
I've also read Tanenbaum and Olifers' books about networks.

All of this helps immensely though at times I feel like I only barely manage to keep myself from drowning. I can coast along like this a few years, I think, yet I'd prefer not to.

Recommend me something hands-on, please. I've identified at least a few areas where I suck, these include: interoperability between Layer-2 and Layer-3 technologies, routing [0], gateways and firewalls. For the latter, whilst I have a rather clear idea how to firewall an endpoint, I struggle with firewalling transit nodes.

As an example, Network Warrior - I don't remember the author - was good.

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[0] Whilst having a basic idea how it works and what protocols do what, I only vaguely understand how I'm supposed to debug routing issues. Also, BGP and iBGP stuff.
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30th August 2019
Friday 4:19 pm
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To clarify about L2/L3 inter-op a bit, one particular problem I've grappled with included passing transit traffic in a dedicated vlan id through the edge router. There, it had to exit the network via what I understand to be a L3 interface.
It boiled down to setting up bridge domains or whatever its name was. I smashed together a config using a similar one for another VID but bugger me if I undestood what I did.

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>> No. 7510 Anonymous
28th April 2019
Sunday 6:17 pm
/£$€¥/7510 Anti money laundering
I do not endorse money laundering etc etc,
Brexit will perhaps mean regulators and crime fighters have to strain their resources, and tere is a belief that money laundering will increase.
So for my academic research what
Transactions are by most companies trackable through some form of Footpath.
The techniques are ever decreasing and is becoming a thing of the past.
Can i get help with these two assumptions abd insight on anti money laundering,
Please do not endorse or encourage this naughty behac.

(A good day to you Sir!)
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>> No. 7533 Anonymous
29th April 2019
Monday 9:43 am
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Bitcoin maybe, but something like Monero is still very useful for buying drugs on the internet.
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29th April 2019
Monday 12:27 pm
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>Monero
Then you're back to just getting any money out the other end at all.
>> No. 7707 Anonymous
23rd August 2019
Friday 9:16 am
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Can we wordfilter brexit to WORLD WAR THREE!!!!!
>> No. 7708 Anonymous
23rd August 2019
Friday 9:42 am
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That might get a bit confused after the actually WWIII begins. And, even if it happens decades from now, many of the threads currently on the front page of /*/ will still be here.
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30th August 2019
Friday 7:30 am
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Whichever mod actually did this I owe you a pint mate.

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>> No. 6031 Anonymous
27th August 2019
Tuesday 2:42 pm
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I'm considering getting my teeth whitened but I'm worried of how much of a pillock I will look. Have any of you lads had it done before and can you share just how bright and white they will look.

My teeth aren't fucked up but the bottom teeth are a little stained thanks to a lifetime spent on the tea.
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>> No. 6037 Anonymous
28th August 2019
Wednesday 4:42 pm
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The teeth in the top left look better than the ones bottom right. They look like they'd glow in the dark.
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28th August 2019
Wednesday 6:07 pm
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Indeed I'm sure most people who have teeth as white as the before picture wouldn't bother. Those of us who don't however might want whiter teeth. So let's cut the straw man 'you alreadyy look great' bullshit.


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28th August 2019
Wednesday 7:27 pm
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He did?
Maybe it was a second image, how do you know.
>> No. 6041 Anonymous
28th August 2019
Wednesday 7:45 pm
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I'm his dentist.
>> No. 6042 Anonymous
28th August 2019
Wednesday 10:23 pm
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currently going through the process of whitening via dentist, steps as such:

got a mould made of my teeth at the dentist
come back 2 weeks later, get personalised kit with teeth whitening gel, syringe things and my plastic mould to squirt gel in
every evening before i go to bed i squirt gel in the mould and put it on my teeth overnight (but often i can only last four hours before it gets too burn-ey), it's quite uncomfy to wear and very strongly acidic so it hurts like a bitch if your teeth are at all sensitive (mine are a bit so i have to alternate nights).

the results have been quite good so far tbh, i wasn't expecting like jurgen klopp results but then again i think the creepy whitening shit is done via veneers which are like 10 grand a tooth so you'd prob go down my route which cost me 290 quid for the mould and the set of gel and syringes (and dental advice).

(A good day to you Sir!)

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>> No. 28840 Anonymous
23rd August 2019
Friday 11:11 pm
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Oh fuck. I am 27 yo male virgin. Never touched a girl. I am fucking tired od this shit. I am not shy. Every friday and so today i go out into the streets looking for something to do but i return home done nothing. How do I change it whete do I start? I dont have any friends
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>> No. 28852 Anonymous
24th August 2019
Saturday 11:16 am
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If you're not shy then why haven't you tried picking up drunken bints on your Friday jaunts?

I would probably start working on the "no friends" bit first. Ideally you could find some sort of club where you can bond with people over shared interests, but if not, amateur team sports would be a good bet. I read somewhere that exercise enhances social bonds on a hormonal level, and the effect is even more potent when backed up by the camaraderie of team sports.
>> No. 28857 Anonymous
24th August 2019
Saturday 1:41 pm
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Well, if something isn't working then you need to try a different strategy. If you have a stable job and don't live at home then there's always speed-dating where women are forced to interact with you. I don't know what you're expecting to achieve by wandering the streets the nights or going to bars on your own.

>Every friday and so today i go out into the streets looking for something to do but i return home done nothing.

Is this a lyric from somewhere?
>> No. 28858 Anonymous
24th August 2019
Saturday 1:58 pm
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Billy Joel?
>> No. 28862 Anonymous
24th August 2019
Saturday 4:23 pm
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This might be anecdotal, but for what it's worth, my sexual relationships basically come down to meeting people through the following channels:

a) mutual friends
b) work colleagues
c) themed get-togethers intended for people to mingle (i.e. meetups, clubs)
d) online apps (I've had the most success with Bumble, where girls confirm their interest first)

So those are some more concrete suggestions. But as other lads have pointed out, it sounds like your problems may run a bit deeper. You can gradually overcome social isolation with a few positive changes here and there. For example, finding a new (or any) job automatically puts you into contact with people, moving to a new area will give you new neighbours and a reason to attend local meetups.

I think you should try focusing on the problems you can control and generally leading a good fulfilling life, meeting people will come naturally from that. Don't let it knock your confidence that you haven't had sex -- I'm sure you have your legitimate reasons and struggles.

Many people end up with absolutely dysfunctional sex lives despite early "success". Think about the people who have sexless relationships or marriages, those who are cheating, developing risky/dangerous sex behaviours, or hide their true sexual orientations. Not having sex until a late age is certainly not the worst thing that can happen in someone's sexual development
>> No. 28883 Anonymous
28th August 2019
Wednesday 12:08 pm
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I have been told that Hinge is Tinder for hideous and desperate people. Try that, if you're still around as I don't think you've replied once.

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>> No. 4565 Anonymous
28th February 2019
Thursday 3:16 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9crggox5rbc

General relativity = quantum mechanics. Mind blown.
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>> No. 4566 Anonymous
5th March 2019
Tuesday 6:26 pm
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So spacetime is made out of a tapestry of quantum entanglements?
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19th March 2019
Tuesday 6:11 pm
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>> No. 4588 Anonymous
28th August 2019
Wednesday 11:10 am
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Spacetime and matter aren't separate things, spacetime is an extension of matter.

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>> No. 11069 Anonymous
13th July 2018
Friday 7:22 pm
/beat/11069 Hip hop head thread

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21st August 2019
Wednesday 10:22 pm
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SLK - Hype Hype

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22nd August 2019
Thursday 5:36 am
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DANNY BROWN - 25 BUCKS FEAT. PURITY RING

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23rd August 2019
Friday 11:19 am
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UGK - Front,Back& Side To Side

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25th August 2019
Sunday 6:06 am
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Lauryn Hill - Freedom time MTV Unplugged 2.0

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28th August 2019
Wednesday 9:49 am
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Keith Ape - "It G Ma"


Kendrick Lamar - untitled 07 levitate


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