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>> No. 428480 Anonymous
4th July 2019
Thursday 10:50 pm
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Only just discoved this exists

thought you guys would get a kick out of it.

https://www.marinetraffic.com
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>> No. 428481 Anonymous
4th July 2019
Thursday 11:01 pm
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There are ones for planes and trains too. When I was about five, in the mid eighties, I had a dream there was a handheld bus radar which showed where the buses were on a map. I told my mum and she said it was a good idea. It kind of blows my mind they actually exist now.
>> No. 428482 Anonymous
4th July 2019
Thursday 11:04 pm
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I guess the ones plonked in the middle of solid ground are in lakes or something.
>> No. 428484 Anonymous
4th July 2019
Thursday 11:41 pm
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One of my friends is currently on a cruise in the Canaries. I think they're in Lanzarote now. Or Fuerteventura. Don't know which ship though.
>> No. 428485 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 12:13 am
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>>428484

I might be a bit nervous to watch someone's flight or something in case it suddenly vanished off the radar.
>> No. 428486 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 12:31 am
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>>428485

More a thing for the dreams thread, but for as long as I can remember, I have occasionally dreamt at night about witnessing a plane crash from close by. Wonder what that's about.
>> No. 428487 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 12:41 am
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>>428484
Send him this
https://www.euractiv.com/section/air-pollution/news/daily-emissions-of-cruise-ships-same-as-one-million-cars/
or pretty much any search result for "cruise ship emissions" if you think this particular one is biased.
>> No. 428488 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 12:42 am
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>>428485

The way these sites work is that if they lose track of the plane's signal (as they often do - it's all done with radio for the most part) they simply take the last known heading and speed and extrapolate from that until the signal comes back. Meaning your loved one will have died potentially hours ago, and you'll still be happily watching their little plane track across the screen.
>> No. 428489 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 1:27 am
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>>428488

Ignorance is bliss, right?
>> No. 428490 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 1:29 am
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>>428487
Rather sensationalist title. They emit the same level of particulate matter as a million cars, not the same level of greenhouse gases. The carbon footprint of a thousand people on one ship probably isn't any larger than if the same people were driving around for that week or jetting off around the world. As for the health concerns, a week on a cruise ship isn't going to scour your lungs unless you're standing over the funnel. Also the sea is generally rather, you know, windy which helps.

But thanks for being a busybody who has to shoehorn his concerns into unrelated threads.
>> No. 428491 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 4:37 am
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>>428481
Does it actually exist for buses? I know the last time I ordered a takeaway I was able to track the delivery driver's car on the Just Eat website.
>> No. 428492 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 6:23 am
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>>428491

It depends where you live.

https://londonist.com/london/transport/where-is-every-bus-in-london-right-now
>> No. 428493 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 9:04 am
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>>428490
>Rather sensationalist title.
Then pick a different one, like I said. You think a thousand people going about their daily lives create as much emissions as a million cars? That seems unlikely.
>> No. 428494 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 9:32 am
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>>428480

I remember reading one of those articles that claimed a single passenger ship company produces more pollution then every car in the EU.

It turned out what they were measuring were the particles of sulfur from fuel additives which aren't in bloody petrol and Diesel.

You might as well claim britfa.gs produce more spunk then a million other people put together.
>> No. 428495 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 9:49 am
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>>428494
If those million other people are women then it's not wrong. If the spunk is poisoning people then I'm not sure what it matters that the other people aren't producing it.
>> No. 428496 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 10:06 am
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>>428495
What about Caster Semenya? I'm sure other women have hidden testes.
>> No. 428497 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 10:18 am
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>>428496
Good point. There are a number of factors then. How many women per million have testes vs how many of us there are is the big one. The other one that comes to mind is that she may have testes but does she produce semen? Produce as in ejaculate it as pollution, rather than simply create a small amount then recycle it internally as a closed system. If the latter then her cum emissions are still next to zero more than any non-hidden testes woman, especially if you take into account that any woman may cause there to be more semen emitted into the world by giving someone a handjob in a situation where they wouldn't otherwise have masturbated.
>> No. 428500 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 11:27 am
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>>428497
I dare you to print this post out and show it to a friend or loved one as something you wrote.
>> No. 428501 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 11:44 am
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>>428497

>especially if you take into account that any woman may cause there to be more semen emitted into the world by giving someone a handjob in a situation where they wouldn't otherwise have masturbated.

The horror.
>> No. 428504 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 12:46 pm
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>>428497
>any woman may cause there to be more semen emitted into the world by giving someone a handjob in a situation where they wouldn't otherwise have masturbated

Do men in relationships ejaculate more than singletons? There'll be a trade-off between more sex and less wanking.
>> No. 428506 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 12:59 pm
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>>428500
I won't, more because they'd just be irritated I was wasting their time with a dare than that they'd be shocked.

>>428504
There's some trade-off but in my experience sex can happen multiple times a day whereas wanking rarely more than once.
>> No. 428507 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 1:00 pm
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Don't forget to factor in hydration, or frequency of orgasm.
>> No. 428508 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 1:11 pm
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>>428504

I guess it depends on what phase of its life cycle your relationship is currently in. In the beginning, there should always be copious amounts of bonking, and you'll sometimes even be slightly glad for the days when your little friend gets to have a day off, but once you've grown massively tired of each other and sex happens only rarely and mainly due to the convenience of not having to go out to find someone else to shag, I'd say wanking almost becomes your dominant form of sexual release. One of my exes actually told me that for the entire last year of her previous relationship, her and her ex boyfriend never had sex even once anymore.

During the sweet spot phase of a relationship when you've known each other for some time and really feel close to that person and in love, I'd say you can't complain, most of your sexual release will be from actual sex, with the odd wank thrown in when your missus is unavailable.
>> No. 428509 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 1:16 pm
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>>428506
>whereas wanking rarely more than once

Oh, lad.
>> No. 428510 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 1:22 pm
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>>428509

Your wanking frequency does go down over the years once you're not a teenlad anymore.
>> No. 428511 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 1:54 pm
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>>428510
I take it you've never had a weekend where the wife and kids go away?
>> No. 428512 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 2:17 pm
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>>428495

The issue is in disingenuous representation. Of course pollution is bad, but the headline was deliberately misleading as to the quantities and what was meant by 'pollution'.
>> No. 428513 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 2:31 pm
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>>428512
The headline being open to misinterpretation by you of course being the most important issue here.
>> No. 428517 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 6:03 pm
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>>428513

It's like you've never seen click bait.
>> No. 428518 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 6:05 pm
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>>428517

If anything it's more like you haven't and aren't aware that all news has to do it in order to stay relevant.
>> No. 428519 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 6:19 pm
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>>428510
You mean yours did.
>> No. 428520 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 6:55 pm
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>>428518

what an odd and toxic lie.
>> No. 428521 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 7:21 pm
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A CUNT-OFF AND SPITE?
IT'S A BRITFA.GS FRIDAY NIGHT!
>> No. 428522 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 7:26 pm
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>>428511
Remember to stop if anything gets sore, dadlad.

>>428521
>Do anything over the weekend, Steve?
>I had an argument about boats, or wanking, I'm not sure which.
>> No. 428523 Anonymous
5th July 2019
Friday 8:03 pm
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>>428521
This is how we do it
It's Friday night, and I feel all right
The cunt-off's here on the West Side

>> No. 429123 Anonymous
24th July 2019
Wednesday 2:30 am
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Apparently you can watch lightning strikes in real time. I'm not sure how that works.

http://www.lightningmaps.org/
>> No. 429124 Anonymous
24th July 2019
Wednesday 3:11 am
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MNlad checking in, can confirm that we use this website all the time. Half the time I can't possibly find where the ship is that I'm supposed to be joining without it.
>> No. 429125 Anonymous
24th July 2019
Wednesday 8:21 am
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>>429124

I work in an airport and I genuinely don't understand how people did my job before the plane version of this existed. They must have had to stand staring at the runway with a pair of binoculars and an airband scanner.
>> No. 429135 Anonymous
24th July 2019
Wednesday 2:44 pm
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>>429123
http://en.blitzortung.org/cover_your_area.php
It's all rather clever.

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