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>> No. 15041 Anonymous
10th May 2018
Thursday 5:43 pm
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>Drag queens banned from performing at Free Pride Glasgow event over fears acts will offend trans people


>The organisation said in a statement that it hopes to create a safe space for all members of the LGBTQIA+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, intersex, asexual) community, and that while the decision may "disappoint" some people "the needs of the most marginalised groups within our community come first."


>Free Pride Glasgow said: “It was felt that it [drag performance] would make some of those who were transgender or questioning their gender uncomfortable. It was felt by the group within the Trans/Non Binary Caucus that some drag performance, particularly cis drag, hinges on the social view of gender and making it into a joke, however transgender individuals do not feel as though their gender identity is a joke.”

Life rarely takes the piss out of itself like this. It almost sounds like the plot of a South Park episode.
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>> No. 29427 Anonymous
19th December 2020
Saturday 1:39 pm
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The Graun's reporting of the bloke suing his parents for chucking his $29,000 porn stash used this glorious image.
>> No. 29444 Anonymous
19th December 2020
Saturday 6:39 pm
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I might need to email them to see if I can have a full HD sized version to use as a wallpaper. I really like the Hustler with the woman dribbling ice cream all over herself, high art.
>> No. 29445 Anonymous
19th December 2020
Saturday 6:46 pm
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Getty have it.

>> No. 29448 Anonymous
19th December 2020
Saturday 7:59 pm
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Setting this as my missus' wallpaper to get her back for that little Owen Jones stunt earlier this year.
>> No. 29538 Anonymous
24th December 2020
Thursday 8:33 pm
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This had fucking better be automated. If some spamming cunt thinks this place is a likely venue for shifting such tat, I despair.


>> No. 3181 Anonymous
25th March 2011
Friday 8:06 am
/spo/3181 Vroom
F1 2011.

Red Bull look boss, as usual.

Mclaren looked shite in testing (but as of now as fast in practice at the first gp)

Ferrari look about the same.

Tyres probably key to the whole deal this year.

Anyone else watching?
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>> No. 9068 Anonymous
22nd December 2020
Tuesday 7:12 am
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He made it abundantly clear he wasn't interested and told people not to vote for him.
>> No. 9069 Anonymous
22nd December 2020
Tuesday 10:51 am
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Which shows just how boring the British public have become. Threatening legal action to be removed from the awards shortlist is infinitely more interesting than anything Hamilton has ever done. We saw a perfect opportunity to make a mockery of the whole thing and chose the totally dull option instead. No craic.
>> No. 9070 Anonymous
22nd December 2020
Tuesday 11:03 am
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Well, Mr. Charisma Andy Murray has won it three times. The British public are fucking idiots.
>> No. 9071 Anonymous
22nd December 2020
Tuesday 11:45 am
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Mr Murray is not boring, he just has a dry sense of humour.
>> No. 9072 Anonymous
22nd December 2020
Tuesday 12:48 pm
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The impression I get from Murray is that he's so dedicated to his sport that he is indifferent to, and maybe even resents, the personality/celebrity aspect of things.


>> No. 30284 Anonymous
21st December 2020
Monday 9:01 am
/emo/30284 Here you go lads.


>> No. 67722 Moralfag
19th December 2020
Saturday 3:01 pm
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>christmas lads
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>> No. 67727 R4GE
19th December 2020
Saturday 5:03 pm
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Because your idea of normal is abnormal to people who are used to doing the things that you find to be abnormal!
>> No. 67728 Crabkiller
19th December 2020
Saturday 5:10 pm
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I want to be a Christmas Lad - I've got about £70 on my Iceland Bonus Card and I plan to spend it all on Glen Moray and Jameson.
>> No. 67729 Billbob
19th December 2020
Saturday 5:40 pm
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Pretty sure they just use Sinterklaas in the Netherlands.
>> No. 67730 Anonymous
19th December 2020
Saturday 5:54 pm
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Don't fuck with the yule goat.
>> No. 67731 Are Moaty
19th December 2020
Saturday 6:03 pm
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SINTERKLAAS is just Christmas Man's zero-hour contract worker who takes naughty children to Portugal. He just gets lots of attention now because he's a symbol against American cultural imperialism.


>> No. 26516 Anonymous
27th July 2020
Monday 9:48 am
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...It is important to state that it is not communities that commit crimes but individuals. Those convicted are squarely Henry Long, Albert Bowers and Jessie Cole, not thousands of innocent people who share their heritage. Tarring all Travellers with the brush of these men’s callousness is as unfair as tarring all Catholics for paedophile priests or all eskimos for daft militant wog attacks.

Yet to completely ignore the cultural context of this crime is wrong. Henry Long, the ringleader, was removed from school at the age of 12; he followed his father and grandfather into the thieving “trade”. Albert Bowers left school at 11 and before the trial had already picked up three youth convictions. These young men could not read or write. For years they had not known school or structure. Their education was in petty crime.

Such problems do not solely beset Travellers but they are far more prevalent among Traveller communities. If we want to be a country where all are treated the same, where all live by the same rules and where the state does its best to furnish each with a decent chance in life, we have to end the squeamishness that prevents open talk about Travellers. This squeamishness is down to two fears. First, the fear of retribution. After the verdict on PC Harper’s death it emerged that the judge, Mr Justice Edis, brought the first trial to a temporary halt over an alleged potential plot to intimidate jurors. Extra security measures were brought in. Jurors were referred to by number not name. One juror was dismissed for acting oddly in court, mouthing pleasantries at the defendants. Whether she was motivated by misplaced friendliness or fear of someone up in that public gallery we do not know, but most will not be shocked by revelations of intimidation.

The fear of the bullet, the knife, the burnt-out car; this helps the lawless elements of Traveller culture maintain a certain power, and gives the law-abiding majority of Travellers a terrible name.

The second fear is that of being labelled racist. Since the Equality Act 2010 recognised Gypsy, Roma and Travellers as ethnic minorities, race has been used to shield this culture from due scrutiny. Sensible questions about why those within these groups are more likely to be in prison, more likely to be illiterate or more likely to suffer domestic violence prompt cries of racism. In April a Channel 4 Dispatches programme titled The Truth About Traveller Crime was dubbed “dehumanising” by activists and investigated by Ofcom. Desperate not to offend, the authorities turn a culturally sensitive blind eye.

The fears hush most into silence, and the silence means the stand-off between Travellers and the rest of society continues uneasily. Many feel disquieted to see the mobile homes rolling on to a local beauty spot, a portent too often of littering, mess, anti-social behaviour. Meanwhile those in Traveller communities are hardly “living their best lives”. Travellers die about ten years earlier than the rest of us. They have higher rates of chronic illness. Their suicide rates are six times higher.

You might argue that they choose to live like this, but the babies born into that life don’t. Many are destined to repeat the same pattern: leave school in your early teens, drift into a life of odd jobs and petty crime, never move beyond the circles you were raised in. As long as the culturally sensitive force-field exists around Travellers, these children are abandoned to a fate that should not be tolerated in 21st-century Britain.

It is a scandal that some Gypsy and Traveller children are taken out of school at primary age; that some start work as young as ten; that about 65 per cent of Traveller children are persistently absent from school; that they have the lowest attainment of all ethnic groups throughout their school years and are far more likely to be excluded. Are we to be surprised when they choose crime?
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>> No. 29388 Anonymous
16th December 2020
Wednesday 2:50 pm
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The verdict was pretty much "we're almost certain that you knew you were dragging him behind your car, but we can't completely prove it."
>> No. 29411 Anonymous
18th December 2020
Friday 11:03 pm
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Yes they were scum, completely without remorse.
>> No. 29412 Anonymous
18th December 2020
Friday 11:16 pm
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>> No. 29413 Anonymous
19th December 2020
Saturday 4:09 am
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What law forbids being unremorseful?
>> No. 29416 Anonymous
19th December 2020
Saturday 4:56 am
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No law forbids it, but it's a recognised factor in sentencing and parole guidelines.


>> No. 27687 Anonymous
16th December 2020
Wednesday 12:21 pm
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I'm a silly sausage. I used alcohol gel to clean my laptop screen at some point in the past. Some residue must have remained when I closed the laptop, creating something that looks like a permanent smudge. The smudge, incidentally, perfectly matches up to the trackpad and a little protrusion in the keyboard.

Cleaning it with a cloth dampened in warm soapy water appears to remove the smudge temporarily, but it reappears when the screen dries, suggesting the alcohol has damaged the outermost layer of the screen.

Is there any way I can lessen the appearance of this damage?

I did not take the OP picture, but it's like a far less extreme case of the attached (a few mm in thickness).
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>> No. 27692 Anonymous
16th December 2020
Wednesday 8:33 pm
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I have the same problem but I hardly notice it while the screen is in use. Same pattern, btw. Short of getting a new device and religiously using a microcloth to divide the keyboard and the screen it will happen.
>> No. 27693 Anonymous
16th December 2020
Wednesday 10:39 pm
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Is this a troll post that will actually melt my laptop?
>> No. 27694 Anonymous
16th December 2020
Wednesday 10:47 pm
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It won't melt your laptop, it'll just completely remove the anti-glare coating. That's why they tell you not to use window cleaner on your monitor. If your anti-glare is damaged, it might be preferable to completely remove it.
>> No. 27698 Anonymous
17th December 2020
Thursday 7:37 pm
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It didn't melt the scanner so I'm guessing it won't melt your laptop, unless these things perhaps react differently on whatever a laptop screen is made of.
>> No. 27699 Anonymous
18th December 2020
Friday 5:46 pm
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Scanners are plain regular glass.
Laptops, tablets and phones have special coatings. Some laptops still have plastic screens.


>> No. 22298 Anonymous
24th March 2018
Saturday 9:07 pm
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I know I'm a bit late to the party but I'm considering getting either a PS4 or an Xbox One. I'm assuming these days there's little difference between the two other than having the odd exclusive title. I've seen a few Xbox One bundles in the region of £150 - £200 so I'll probably go for one of them as they're cheaper than what I've seen for the PS4.

Have I left it too late, as in are the next generation of consoles expected any day now? Also, which games do you lads recommend? I'm a bit out of the loop with gaming.
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>> No. 24524 Anonymous
30th October 2020
Friday 10:10 am
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>>24523 Painting works OK at a tolerable manufacturing cost, but since all gamers live in dingy hovels with no sunlight, UV yellowing isn't really anything the manufacturers worry about.
>> No. 24532 Anonymous
30th October 2020
Friday 4:44 pm
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Plastics have improved hugely over the past few decades. White plastics still have a tendency to yellow a bit over time but it's barely a problem now compared to how it was in the 80s and 90s.
Yellow PS5s might be something that vintage tech collectors 50 years from now will be worrying about, but it's not really a concern for the usual lifespan of a console.
>> No. 24604 Anonymous
18th December 2020
Friday 9:32 am
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>How many Xbox exclusives are there?

>> No. 24605 Anonymous
18th December 2020
Friday 11:19 am
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This post aged well.
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18th December 2020
Friday 4:22 pm
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>> 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. 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. 23468 Anonymous
18th December 2020
Friday 2:44 pm
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I saw Make Up when the Cinemas first reopened and it was a excellent kitchen sink horror/thriller. Not sure whereabouts it is available at the moment.

For something a bit more indie, try and track down some films by a guy called John Williams. He makes some really good horror comedies, The Slayers and Crispy's Curse are excellent. I think they have US DVDs, not sure about UK releases, but he'll probably sell you copies directly. He has a new anthology coming out soon too.


>> No. 27676 Anonymous
16th December 2020
Wednesday 12:19 am
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Lads, help me out with some troubleshooting as I'm at a bit of a loss. I've not been able to get to a professional repair place for months and when I tried a local place a few months back they told me to fuck off because of Covid.

Laptop seems to be suffering from some mysterious process causing it to often slow to a crawl and then sometimes it will freeze, fan runs into overdrive and I have to unplug it and put it away for the battery to discharge.

Assumed initially that it was poor internal cooling causing it to overheat so I cleaned the inside and later bought an external cooling pad but no joy. Speccy does not show anything unusual on temperature when it slows.

Nothing unusual on task manager, have done a reset to see if any apps were causing it, issue seems to be system-wide from testing different apps. Disabled dogshit Lenovo plugin.

I guess I will have to buy myself a new laptop soon which is annoying as I'm looking to get a mortgage in the new year and want to show my life as boring. Plus if I can fix it but still buy another laptop then I can give this to my mum who will just use it for facebook.
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>> No. 27685 Anonymous
16th December 2020
Wednesday 4:03 am
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Those specs look very recent - are you still under warranty? I wouldn't bother troubleshooting anything weird if I can just get an RtB.

Failing that, my first course of action would be to open up Resource Monitor and wait to see if anything weird happens; any runaway process that is using up all of your CPU should make itself known. If that reveals nothing, I'd use msconfig to reboot into minimal Safe Mode to see if the problem still occurs. If it doesn't, then I'd use Device Manager and msconfig to disable every non-essential driver and background process, then re-enable them one by one.

Caveat: I admin Linux boxes in a professional capacity, but am very much a non-expert when it comes to Windows.
>> No. 27686 Anonymous
16th December 2020
Wednesday 8:56 am
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Is there no warranty or what have you? Have you tried bitching really hard about it to customer support? Looks like a newish laptop so I'm sorry if that's not an option.
>> No. 27695 Anonymous
17th December 2020
Thursday 1:15 am
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>7gb dual channel
>> No. 27696 Anonymous
17th December 2020
Thursday 1:29 am
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Gig for GPU m8
>> No. 27697 Anonymous
17th December 2020
Thursday 2:01 am
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Ah, so the system shares a pool of memory. Fair enough, never had a Laptop with an APU in it before.


>> No. 67606 Moralfag
4th December 2020
Friday 1:07 pm
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Smashy smashy
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>> No. 67649 Ambulancelad
7th December 2020
Monday 7:44 pm
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I broke some champagne. Turns out you shouldn't throw the boxes in the back.
>> No. 67650 Crabkiller
7th December 2020
Monday 7:56 pm
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Who is talking about morals? It's common sense.
>> No. 67700 Searchfag
14th December 2020
Monday 7:10 pm
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>> No. 67709 Paedofag
15th December 2020
Tuesday 3:23 pm
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Shid my pant into pieces, this is my last resort.
>> No. 67712 Are Moaty
15th December 2020
Tuesday 11:04 pm
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If you didn't name either the boxes or the back on the spur of the moment then it was definitely a waste of time and broken champagne.


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>> No. 437886 Anonymous
12th July 2020
Sunday 9:49 pm
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Due to various poorly timed low-IQ schemes collapsing thanks to Based Virus I got what I deserved and have been catapulted from posh cunt to getting £525.2 a month without any significant savings.

Now I think I have it somewhat under control by simply not going out and learning to cook poorly at home - but I realized doing my grocery shopping that I lack any good sense on what to buy and what's price efficient. Can some protips be shared here anonymously for idiots like me?

One thing I can contribute, which may be common sense again, is that I had never realized my broadband/phone contracts were negotiable. Apparently if you call and whine a bit the call center lad has the authority to give you a discount.
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>> No. 440673 Anonymous
14th December 2020
Monday 11:52 am
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Huh it's almost like we were warned this would happen years ago and did nothing to prepare for it at all.
>> No. 440679 Anonymous
14th December 2020
Monday 8:35 pm
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The recent uptick in the prevalence of celiac disease and gluten intolerance is a govt psyop to reduce demand for wheat as the Department of Bread knew that this shortage was coming.

From your friendly neighbourhood /boo/lad. watch the skies.
>> No. 440682 Anonymous
14th December 2020
Monday 10:29 pm
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Do you mine Wikipædia for your conspiracies as well as your medical terminology?
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14th December 2020
Monday 10:54 pm
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>> No. 440726 Anonymous
15th December 2020
Tuesday 9:15 pm
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>Department of Bread

Surely, you mean the Ministry of Bread Truth.


On the upside, climate change is making wine growing in Britain increasingly feasible. So it's not all doom and gloom.


>> No. 67701 Billbob
15th December 2020
Tuesday 7:06 am
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>> No. 67710 Moralfag
15th December 2020
Tuesday 6:40 pm
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This is actually a pretty interesting insight into Russias perceptions of America.
The undertone here is that the American Government is OK, but heavily under the influence of the mafia.
In turn the imagery of the Mafia here (skinheads, trenchcoats, vampire-ish old Italians) seems intended to show an association between the American Mafia and fascism/Nazism, and there's probably some grain of truth in that.


>> No. 29291 Anonymous
11th December 2020
Friday 7:21 am
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>Lloyds Banking Group has revealed that its black staff are being paid nearly 20% less than their colleagues, as it became the first major UK bank to disclose its black pay gap.

>Britain’s biggest high street lender said the earnings gap was due to a lack of black staff in senior positions that come with larger salaries and bigger bonuses. Figures released as part of its wider race action plan showed the median pay gap between black staff and their colleagues was 19.7%, while the bonus gap stood at 37.6%.

>Black employees make up 1.5% of Lloyds staff, but only hold 0.6% of the top jobs at Lloyds. The bank pledged in July to increase the number of black staff in senior roles to 3% by 2024 – bringing it in line with the black population in England and Wales – in response to Black Lives Matter protests this summer.

I guess we've moved on from the gender pay gap to the black pay gap now?
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>> No. 29354 Anonymous
13th December 2020
Sunday 1:41 pm
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I think you're broadly correct, yeah. I think I was just mincing words a bit because I don't want to entirely rule out the possibility of racism and sexism happening independently of class.

I'm sure the former two would decrease massively if class dynamics changed, but I can't say if it would disappear entirely.
>> No. 29363 Anonymous
14th December 2020
Monday 4:06 am
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Conrad Lant runs (or did run ten years ago) a studio/rehearsal space in newcastle, it was all a bit odd when I went. You'd think he wouldn't need to charge teenagers fifteen quid an hour to rent your room but there it is.
>> No. 29366 Anonymous
14th December 2020
Monday 7:18 am
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Not surprising, most bands of that sort aren't exactly loaded. They're big names in terms of influence and respect, but they never truly had commercial success in their heyday, or if they did, that money will have long since dried up.

I always think it must be really weird to be at that level of sort-of-famous, in a very specific demographic, where you can wander about Tescos and the vast majority of people have absolutely no clue who you are, but every so often you bump into some grebo who points at you and goes "Fuck me it's Cronos!"
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14th December 2020
Monday 12:55 pm
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I think that's the only sort of fame I could tolerate. Back in my cheflad days I ran a place in a small town and people would just stop me and talk to me on the street about poached eggs and such - sometimes with reverence like I was on the telly, sometimes with familiarity like I lived in the same house as them. It was awful - it made financial and logistical sense for me to move to that town when I worked there, but I much preferred living many miles away.

The bloke dressed as a builder in the "hands, face, space" adverts is a family friend, and apparently nobody has directly recognised him from it, but often people just stare at him in confusion, trying to work out why he looks familiar to them. That doesn't sound fun.
>> No. 29372 Anonymous
14th December 2020
Monday 1:55 pm
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Should've taken your chef hat off when out and about.


>> No. 439651 Anonymous
17th October 2020
Saturday 4:48 pm
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New weekend thread, gloom and doom edition.
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>> No. 440661 Anonymous
13th December 2020
Sunday 6:07 pm
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Try baking soda first.
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13th December 2020
Sunday 6:13 pm
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Or boric acid - you can buy it cheap in powder form on eBay, or you can buy a commercial product called Borax, which is a different formulation of the same compound.

Super cheap and cleans up fungal, mould and insects/things like silverfish. Also good for stinky shoes and general cleaning. I think you can also use it to make things fireproof, too.
>> No. 440664 Anonymous
13th December 2020
Sunday 6:51 pm
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Way ahead of you. Also found out that they're like little Americans where if you throw generous amounts of salt about the place they will gobble it up and even bring it back to their families to be desiccated.

I believe they call it genetics.
>> No. 440665 Anonymous
13th December 2020
Sunday 8:22 pm
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Just had a generous portion of chili and garlic spaghetti, made with some of my homegrown chili peppers. Quite delicious.

And dead easy to make. Finely chop about half a clove of garlic and a whole red chili pepper, glaze very briefly in a midsized, deep frying pan at low temperature in about four tablespoons of virgin olive oil, then add your freshly cooked spaghetti and stir carefully for a few minutes. Add salt to taste, and if you want to go fancy, a dash of Italian herbs.
>> No. 440669 Anonymous
13th December 2020
Sunday 11:54 pm
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Those "insert specific insect here killer" insecticides are just a way of selling the same stuff several times with different labels at different prices.

The safety data sheet for that one says it's 0.1% Cypermethrin solution, so you'll get the same results with any cypermethrin carpet spray.
You can find it cheaper by searching directly for cypermethrin spray, It's usually sold as carpet moth killer, bedbug killer or something like "Protector C" or "Formula C".


>> No. 440450 Anonymous
4th December 2020
Friday 4:50 pm
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If I win the £175m tonight, I'll get you all a twirl and a can of dandelion and burdock every time I nip to the shop.
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>> No. 440647 Anonymous
12th December 2020
Saturday 9:40 am
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Isn't that what the trade deal is all about?
>> No. 440649 Anonymous
12th December 2020
Saturday 3:10 pm
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A very gently spoken Chinese man spoke to me about ten years ago. He said to me that I will have great fortune within ten years, else complete wrack and ruin fall upon everybody I have ever known.

That man was Mao Zedong, current leader of China, people.

Beware rambling half-bald fuckers, lest ye yerself be taken in. Ye have been warned. Ye shan't need warning again.
>> No. 440650 Anonymous
12th December 2020
Saturday 4:24 pm
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Fuck the French. What does he honestly think he's going to do with all that money?
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12th December 2020
Saturday 7:34 pm
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Probably taking his two mates off Frogchan to Disney Land.

Let's not get downhearted anyway chaps, I reckon we can still get away with sneaking a few tinnies into the Tommy Tinkaboo Boat Ride and squatting overnight.
>> No. 440658 Anonymous
13th December 2020
Sunday 5:49 pm
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Well, I doubt £175m is going to make him happy, Disney trip or not.


>> No. 66065 Anonymous
30th July 2020
Thursday 4:52 pm
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Should convicted sex attackers be referred to as 'naughty'?
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>> No. 66108 Samefag
2nd August 2020
Sunday 11:24 pm
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If I had a penny for each time I'd accidently pressed the "delete every single piece of social media I have ever had" button I'd have no pennies because it doesn't exist and entirely coincidentally I'm not a rapist.
>> No. 66109 Searchfag
2nd August 2020
Sunday 11:34 pm
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Just conjecture at this stage, of course. But he is in his fifties, a prominent tory and an ex minister.

Fucking delicious if true. He's a loathsome cunt.
>> No. 66110 Billbob
3rd August 2020
Monday 3:08 am
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Since the whole Brexit thing got done finally, he's completed life. He just needed to delete Facebook to get the platinum trophy.
>> No. 67691 Searchfag
13th December 2020
Sunday 9:16 am
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The rozzers have dropped the rape case against francois.
>> No. 67694 Auntiefucker
13th December 2020
Sunday 5:46 pm
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I am genuinely disappointed - would have been an excellent end to the year.


>> No. 30225 Anonymous
8th December 2020
Tuesday 1:37 pm
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Girlfriend pregnant. It's what we wanted (I think?), but I'm still terrified. Please pray for me.
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>> No. 30244 Anonymous
13th December 2020
Sunday 2:16 pm
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Perhaps you lads would have appreciated more detail.


This was comforting to read, thanks. Particularly:
>Every day, it gets easier to deal with.

I was totally floored and couldn't really do much on the day she told me, but I've since become more open to this new version of life.

>no pissing about with phones, right?

One of the true .gs nuggets of wisdom.

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>> No. 30245 Anonymous
13th December 2020
Sunday 2:55 pm
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>I'm graciously sidestepping all replies about bonking pregnant girls, only quietly agreeing it's a lovely upside.

Just wait until you're woken up in the middle of the night and told "I really need you to fuck me in the arse right now."
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13th December 2020
Sunday 3:55 pm
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>To shorten the story as much as possible: the missus is older than me, 36 going on 37, and for various reasons she had doubts about her ability to have kids. I have soundly proven her wrong, but it happened sooner than either of us were expecting. I would have liked more time, but there are much worse circumstances under which this could happen.

The way I've always seen it, you either want kids or you don't, full stop, and if you're the former rather than the latter it doesn't make all that much difference when. "The right time" will come round before you know it and you'd only think, "Ah, maybe in another year..." like you would kicking any other can down the road.

Personally I'm never planning on having them, but anytime in my 30s would feel like the right time to start, 40s onwards is leaving it a bit late perhaps. A couple of my mates had kids in their early 20s and it ruined one of their lives, because the mum was a psycho, whereas the other one is the picture of a happy family man now.

So the moral of the story is probably just Consider if you are truly mentally and emotionally capable of supporting a partner with their own mental health issues, and everything will work out okay, as with all else in life.
>> No. 30247 Anonymous
13th December 2020
Sunday 3:59 pm
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Ah yes, I forgot about that wordfilter modlads. n1, showed the best piece of advice this board has to offer what hit it.

I naturally meant "refrain from involvement with women of dubious mental stability".
>> No. 30248 Anonymous
13th December 2020
Sunday 5:44 pm
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You're welcome. Keep us posted lad, some of us have been through this process before, and it can feel lonely.


>> ID: 1e8db1 No. 15588 Anonymous
12th December 2020
Saturday 3:59 pm

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Can anyone please tell me why I'm being welcomed to the cum zone?
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>> ID: d88566 No. 15590 Anonymous
12th December 2020
Saturday 4:09 pm

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You what mate?
>> ID: 4c3350 No. 15591 Anonymous
12th December 2020
Saturday 5:39 pm

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You're using a garbage old browser. Modern browsers block auto-playing audio by default.
>> ID: 599875 No. 15592 Anonymous
12th December 2020
Saturday 5:57 pm

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There's a "cum zone" and I wasn't invited? Tossers.
>> ID: 660d7a No. 15593 Anonymous
12th December 2020
Saturday 6:13 pm

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So you say, but both versions of Chrome (stable and canary) I tested allowed it.

Not sure if this documentation remains current. Gs doesn't seem to have crossed the MEI threshold and has the "Automatic (default)" permission for Sound.
>> ID: bb7c62 No. 15595 Anonymous
12th December 2020
Saturday 9:22 pm

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It didn't work on my Chrome variant or FireFox so thanks, if you hadn't let us know it did work for you I'd have assumed it didn't work and never bothered doing it again.


>> No. 90075 Anonymous
26th July 2020
Sunday 5:10 pm
/pol/90075 in 100 days time
This man is going to become the President of the United States, and it's going to be fucking awesome.
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>> No. 91868 Anonymous
10th December 2020
Thursday 10:08 pm
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Corbynites aren't completely lacking in pragmatism (they are after all the ones in the Labour party rather than the ones hawking socialist worker at every protest going.) Their big problems are being mediocre at media management and occasionally preferring a new and gimmicky policy idea over a fine one from the 1970s that got orphaned in past Labour factional struggles, rather than fundamentally believing in some kind of utopian nonsense.

I'm not getting at you specifically, it's just that there's an idea floating out there that Corbynites becoming more pragmatic would mean "selling out" (to be glib about it) and accepting that they can't except the government to achieve very much, which is an awful way of looking at it. The Corbynite who decides to try and slip free broadband into the back of Starmer's 2024 manifesto in ambiguous language and takes a few public speaking lessons will be ten times the pragmatist politician that the mumbly former-Corbynite who moved dramatically to the right on policy in the hopes of nabbing a cabinet job will.

Full disclosure: I didn't care for the 2019 Labour manifesto, nor did I vote Labour. I just couldn't be bothered trying to pick a historical analogy for the progressive lowering of political expectations, which is what I really dislike. I could make similar points for the right, though (especially in the US) they tend to be more successful at incrementally working towards a long-term goal where the left usually just abandon hope after a few losses.
>> No. 91869 Anonymous
10th December 2020
Thursday 11:20 pm
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All the Labour infighting makes me sad, but I have recently realised that this has been standard for as long as there has been a Left. Look at the schism between Marx and Proudhon.

Marx was a wealthy lad that adopted the cause of the working class, whereas Proudhon was a pleb who adopted the rhetoric of bourgeois intellectuals.

The people on the left who best understand the correct long term strategy are the least socially connected to the masses, whereas the people who are most apt at rallying the populace are not generally so prone to this kind of holistic thinking or long term strategy.

IMO University educated middle class Labour idealists would do better to be campaigning in Tory heartlands instead of alienating Northerners, but I am also a cynic and everything is terrible.
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11th December 2020
Friday 4:43 pm
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He also had literally everyone else in the paddy fields though. Howver, if Britain goes that way we'd easily be able to replicate his army of teenage boys on drugs.
>> No. 91871 Anonymous
11th December 2020
Friday 6:53 pm
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There is a lot of "well fuck this I'm taking my ball and going home" on the left, in general, to be very vague and abstract about it all. That's why there are so many shit little splinter parties that will only ever see a couple of thousand votes.

Too many of these people fail to realise the merits of the "big umbrella" or whatever the fuck they call it of the Labour Party. Fair enough it might be run by people you'd spit on as little more than common garden market liberals, but you're not going to pull them left from the outside of the party.

Funnily enough most of these people were pro-EU and always made the argument "but we're better off trying to change it from within!" when challenged by the fundamentally neo-liberal nature of that institution; but when it comes to the Labour party they're all about cancelling their membership and fucking off to vote Socialist Workers Democratic Worker's Democratic Socialist Party Party because Keith is a big evil racist.
>> No. 91872 Anonymous
11th December 2020
Friday 7:02 pm
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I know people came up with names like Dear Leader for Corbyn, but calling Starmer Keith/Kieth is a really bollocks moniker and I'm kind of surprised it's taken off.


>> No. 4504 Anonymous
8th December 2020
Tuesday 2:58 pm
/mph/4504 Tesla
Ever driven a Tesla? Are they any good?
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>> No. 4518 Anonymous
9th December 2020
Wednesday 9:13 am
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It's Tesla, just about everything they do is cuntish.
>> No. 4519 Anonymous
9th December 2020
Wednesday 9:18 am
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Tractors have had it for a while, sucking dry the general populous is the next logical step.
>> No. 4520 Anonymous
9th December 2020
Wednesday 12:39 pm
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About ten years ago Elon Musk was being lauded amongst my nerdy friends as an incredible technological innovator and entrepreneur. I don't speak to those friends any more so I don't know if they have revised their opinion, but in the time since Musk seems to have done everything possible to destroy his public image. I would never consciously buy a product from this cunt.
>> No. 4521 Anonymous
9th December 2020
Wednesday 4:17 pm
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The premise underlying 'Glasshouse' by Charles Stross is that there was a cryptological culture war in the past (our future) and as a result nobody in the present (also our future) knows anything about what happened in the past (possibly also our future).
This thread makes me think of that episode of Silicon Valley.
>> No. 4522 Anonymous
11th December 2020
Friday 11:01 am
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Alright Mark, thought you were dead?


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