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>> No. 27266 Anonymous
28th August 2020
Friday 5:21 pm
27266 Corona thread #3
Right, now that the last corona thread is over 1,700 posts long, maybe it's time for a new one.

How long do you think it will be until we're fully back to normal?
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>> No. 31610 Anonymous
3rd March 2021
Wednesday 4:12 pm
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Nonsense, if you just have something that increases the surface tension most of all where you're standing then incrementally less the further away it gets (maybe a metre or two) then your weight will be distributed in a large circle. It's far more practical than anti-gravity which would do all sorts of weird things to air pressure given that it's not within an enclosed space.
>> No. 31611 Anonymous
3rd March 2021
Wednesday 4:46 pm
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Well anyway, alien Jesus had it figured out somehow. If he was able to part an entire marginal sea for his people to walk through on foot, then surely doing a spot of water walking was no challenge for him.
>> No. 31612 Anonymous
3rd March 2021
Wednesday 5:10 pm
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That was Alien Moses who parted the Red Sea, not Alien Jesus you Alien Philistine!
>> No. 31613 Anonymous
3rd March 2021
Wednesday 5:17 pm
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I guess my subtle irony was too subtle after all.
>> No. 31614 Anonymous
3rd March 2021
Wednesday 5:17 pm
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Or it could have been a suitable non-Newtonian fluid.

>> 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. 31602 Anonymous
2nd March 2021
Tuesday 11:02 pm
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When I was in Edinburgh this Lee clan bloke broke into the theatre we were at and started telling us a long, pointless story about pissing on some flies, then he started shouting at us for not getting the point of his story. It was all very uncomfortable, we were supposed to be there for a comedy thing.
>> No. 31603 Anonymous
2nd March 2021
Tuesday 11:10 pm
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I had assumed Pontins had been swallowed up by the black hole of the Great Recession with the likes of Woolworths, even the b-roll they used on the news earlier appeared to be from 1998.
>> No. 31604 Anonymous
3rd March 2021
Wednesday 6:08 am
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Pontins in Southport is home to Bang Face, the best/worst festival in the world. It's like a post-apocalyptic hellscape but with Strongbow Dark Fruit and cheap speed. See you there in 2022.

>> No. 31605 Anonymous
3rd March 2021
Wednesday 8:41 am
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The Gandalf clipart with "YOU SHALL NOT PASS!" in that shitty comedy font reminds me of how so much internal corporate literature is littered with inappropriately used typefaces.

Anyway, I thought those holiday parks would've loved to book the Nolan sisters back in the day, or have gyppo shenanigans recently stepped up a gear or two in the past 45 odd years?
>> No. 31606 Anonymous
3rd March 2021
Wednesday 9:56 am
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Looks like good wholesome fun.

>> No. 18042 Anonymous
14th February 2019
Thursday 7:08 am
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Shamima Begum: Bring me home, says Bethnal Green girl who left to join Isis

On the day the caliphate suffered a mortal blow the teenage London bride of an Islamic State fighter lifted her veil. Her two infant children were dead; her husband in captivity. Nineteen years old, nine months pregnant, weak and exhausted from her escape across the desert, she nevertheless looked calm and spoke with a collected voice.

“I’m not the same silly little 15-year-old schoolgirl who ran away from Bethnal Green four years ago,” she told me. “And I don’t regret coming here.”

With those words and the act of lifting her niqab, a mystery ended. The girl sitting before me, alone in a teeming Syrian refugee camp of 39,000 people where she is registered as No 28850, was Shamima Begum, the only known survivor of the three schoolgirls from Bethnal Green Academy whose fate has been unknown at home since they fled Britain together in 2015 to join Islamic State.

Ms Begum may have reached comparative safety, yet she chastised herself for leaving the last Isis territory as Kurd forces, backed by the West, closed in.

“I was weak,” she told me of her flight from the battle in Baghuz, with something akin to remorse. “I could not endure the suffering and hardship that staying on the battlefield involved. But I was also frightened that the child I am about to give birth to would die like my other children if I stayed on. So I fled the caliphate. Now all I want to do is come home to Britain.”


Should someone who quite clearly doesn't regret going to join ISIS and is still sympathetic to their plight be allowed back in this country? Then again, she'd already been 'radicalised' by those closest to her in this country.
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>> No. 31513 Anonymous
27th February 2021
Saturday 10:19 am
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That doesn't really track in my opinion. Statelessness is defined in law, skint is just being skint. Also you don't have a legal guaruntee to employment, as far as I know, and the government have to give you UC unless you've got savings, again, as far as I know, so I'm not sure this metaphor covers remotely the same kind of ground as Begum's case.
>> No. 31514 Anonymous
27th February 2021
Saturday 10:20 am
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Ah, fuck, *guarantee.
>> No. 31515 Anonymous
27th February 2021
Saturday 11:24 am
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>The SIAC says otherwise.
Then they are wrong. This is a long-settled provision of international law. It doesn't matter how many citizenships you're entitled to claim, if you only hold one and that government removes it, it has rendered you stateless. It doesn't matter whether or not you can fix it. The prohibition on statelessness has no provision for someone to go anywhere else. It is plain a simple - a government cannot render someone stateless, even temporarily. We also have case law that says that a government cannot unilaterally determine your citizenship on your behalf, without having to consider that it's for the government of Bangladesh to decide who has citizenship there.
>> No. 31519 Anonymous
27th February 2021
Saturday 12:34 pm
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At the point that Begum's British citizenship was revoked, Bangladeshi law automatically granted her Bangladeshi citizenship. If the Bangladeshi government fail to uphold their obligations under the UN Convention on the Reduction of Statelessness and arbitrarily failed to recognise Begum's status, that's their problem; the UK has no obligation under international law to pre-empt the lawless actions of other states. The matter is long-settled, but not in the way that you think.


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27th February 2021
Saturday 12:46 pm
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>At the point that Begum's British citizenship was revoked, Bangladeshi law automatically granted her Bangladeshi citizenship.
That doesn't matter. The British government simply doesn't get to make that determination. That's between her and Bangladesh.

>> 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. 31528 Anonymous
27th February 2021
Saturday 2:43 pm
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I don't think he said that. But I guess the implication of his post that people need to turn back toward the centre so sensible discussions could take place.
>> No. 31534 Anonymous
27th February 2021
Saturday 3:55 pm
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Why? If the problem is that media/algorithms are just amplifying the extremes then "we all need to turn back toward the centre" is a useless thing to say because it's addressing the symptom and not the cause. Further to that, if it was possible for us "all" to make a unified political shift like that then it would be just as much a solution to all move left, or right. All he's doing is jerking himself off for being a "fence sitting wimp", as he puts it. As though centrists haven't always felt justified in being centrists as much as anyone of any political stance feels justified in that.
>> No. 31554 Anonymous
28th February 2021
Sunday 2:51 am
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I would suggest it's not about coming back to the centre. It's not even about being far left or far right. There are rational and sensible people on both extremes, they're just outnumbered by the nutters the extremes tend to attract.

What it's about is keeping a healthy scepticism of alarmist, sensationalised viewpoints. These are the hallmarks of our time. For every fake outrage about Xr. Potato Head, there's some Yank college professor being sacked for doxxing all their students as racists, and then being outed as a "race faker". The kulturkampf has destroyed all capability of nuance and discussion on some subjects, because it all becomes drowned out in nonsense.

I know there's one or two of you here who like to bury your head in the sand and pretend it's nothing, but I'd suggest there's a very real reason we all post here instead of mixing with the normals on facebook or Twitter. It's because they're always on about this brain rot. Anit-vaxxing one week, hate crime the next, vegan pasties the one after. In the past this stuff was contained to tabloids you really could dismiss because most of the people reading those were only interested in the footy results and the telly planner, but now it's all different. It's ubiquitous.

There's four positions here. You're either a mentalist with a chip on your shoulder, you're an anti-mentalist with an bag of spuds, you're "well, both sides, I am smart", or you're the fourth and most intolerable; which is "I am so very smart that I shall post that one XKCD comic. None can touch me from this position of ultimate superiority."
>> No. 31557 Anonymous
28th February 2021
Sunday 10:08 am
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>You're either a mentalist with a chip on your shoulder, you're an anti-mentalist with an bag of spuds
The "bag of spuds" wordfilter was only ever meant as a placeholder until we thought of something better but it's worked surprisingly well here.
>> No. 31561 Anonymous
28th February 2021
Sunday 1:20 pm
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>I know there's one or two of you here who like to bury your head in the sand and pretend it's nothing, but I'd suggest there's a very real reason we all post here instead of mixing with the normals on facebook or Twitter.

I mostly just post here because Otherplace has awful taste but the other imageboard alternatives I'd consider don't have enough British posters to have a good conversation on some topics. You're spending too much time here if you think the views of the board are worth the price of reading them.

>> No. 19750 Anonymous
27th July 2019
Saturday 2:09 pm
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What's all this about Hong Kong then? I've started seeing ads asking me to pressure my MP and defend the joint-declaration.

I assume you lads will have an opinion as blocking as the roads and discouraging air-travel will no doubt reduce carbon emissions.
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>> No. 31494 Anonymous
26th February 2021
Friday 7:14 pm
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Use the report function then.
>> No. 31495 Anonymous
26th February 2021
Friday 7:21 pm
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Sometimes when you report people the mods ban you, with the message that you should be calling people out for shitposting/poor spelling and grammar rather than solely relying on them.
>> No. 31496 Anonymous
26th February 2021
Friday 7:30 pm
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The report function isn't for reporting posts you disagree with.

(A good day to you Sir!)
>> No. 31497 Anonymous
26th February 2021
Friday 7:43 pm
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We'll see about that...
>> No. 31504 Anonymous
27th February 2021
Saturday 2:20 am
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>Sometimes when you report people the mods ban you, with the message that you should be calling people out for shitposting/poor spelling and grammar rather than solely relying on them.

Good idea, we shoud have a role on this website to performs this task.

>> No. 9430 Anonymous
26th January 2016
Tuesday 10:09 pm
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That's it. That's literally it. A charity shop has replaced one of its roller shutters after having the same one for 26 years. It's all go in Huddersfield.

I challenge you lads to find a more pointless news story than this.
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>> No. 31462 Anonymous
26th February 2021
Friday 12:55 pm
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You can buy prints of his big Art Attacks.


I wonder how much it'd cost for Neil to make one of these that I can look at from my bedroom window.
>> No. 31463 Anonymous
26th February 2021
Friday 1:21 pm
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He's also in a metal band. Or at least he was a decade ago.
>> No. 31543 Anonymous
27th February 2021
Saturday 6:49 pm
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There were unfounded rumours that the lorry carrying fruit had collided with a transit van overloaded with nuts.
>> No. 31552 Anonymous
27th February 2021
Saturday 9:12 pm
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>> No. 31562 Anonymous
28th February 2021
Sunday 4:42 pm
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I'm very tired and read that as MI6. I was rather alarmed for a second.

>> No. 27146 Anonymous
26th August 2020
Wednesday 10:54 pm
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I suppose it's time for a new thread seeing as the previous one is almost at 1,700 posts.

It's been kicking off in America (again) after the police have shot a black man (again). A couple of protesters/rioters have been killed after they were driven by the police towards an alt-right militia, with this planned in advance.
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>> No. 31402 Anonymous
24th February 2021
Wednesday 6:06 pm
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No, but you're thinking on the right lines.
>> No. 31403 Anonymous
24th February 2021
Wednesday 6:34 pm
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The origins of the phrase "Politically correct" in the modern sense still amuse me.
So far as I understand, in the socially progressive sense it started as a joke among right-on lefties, a way of making fun of the doctrinaire stalinists who would get upset that you went against the party line (usually less about being socially progressive and more about why the USSR sending tanks into Hungary was good).
So if you were part of the fisherperson communist league or whatever and you said something a bit sexist, nobody would really mind and someone would joke "Not very politically correct of you comrade!"

Then people overheard and assumed there was no irony in the statement, that it was meant as a rebuke to be taken at face value - as it would be in the doctrinaire parties it was originally mocking - so it spiraled from there into the way we understand it today.
>> No. 31404 Anonymous
24th February 2021
Wednesday 6:53 pm
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Jesus, we've got enough confusing wordfilters without people inventing their own.
>> No. 31405 Anonymous
24th February 2021
Wednesday 8:17 pm
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I think something happened indeed in that some gits picked it up and thought it was actually a way of setting the standard for what's deemed fit to say and do and what isn't.

On the other hand, I don't think many people today, once again, use it without a hint of an eye roll. You kind of only hear people complaining about political correctness and using the actual word who are tired of it or otherwise against it, and not the proponents of it who would defend the concept as such.

So that in that sense, the actual meaning or at least the usage of the phrase "political correctness" isn't that different from the circumstances under which it was first coined in the USSR.
>> No. 31409 Anonymous
24th February 2021
Wednesday 11:29 pm
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Lots of things have come full circle in politics and society in general since the days of the civil rights movement in the 60s, which may be regarded as the birth of the broadly liberal consensus we have lived in since then. That's what makes these such strange, interesting and occasionally baffling times to live through.

Last year I was drawn into a rabbithole after seeing a few articles in places like the NYT, Atlantic etc essentially suggesting racial segregation as a proposed solution to white privilege in the education system. One can only wonder what MLK would have thought of that. History really does repeat itself.

>> No. 29826 Anonymous
6th January 2021
Wednesday 11:25 pm
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So what's all this about Americans rioting then? How come there's no American SWP representatives hanging around?
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>> No. 31334 Anonymous
18th February 2021
Thursday 8:14 pm
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>just paranoid delusion

Sort yourself out mate.
>> No. 31335 Anonymous
18th February 2021
Thursday 11:41 pm
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>Has he gone off his rocker?

Joe Biden has always been kind of the uncrowned king of legendary gaffes. It's almost odd that he hasn't had any noteworthy ones in the last couple of months.
>> No. 31336 Anonymous
18th February 2021
Thursday 11:45 pm
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I think the one telling the American people that a 2k cheque is in the mail is still paying dividends.
>> No. 31346 Anonymous
19th February 2021
Friday 5:18 pm
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He's not exactly been super visible this past year.

I for one can't wait for his Fireside Chats which will almost certainly be Cassetteboy remixes produced at gunpoint.
>> No. 31347 Anonymous
20th February 2021
Saturday 12:09 am
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>Though there has been no evidence of widespread voter fraud, Republicans nationally have made election law changes a priority this year.

>Overall, lawmakers in 33 states have proposed more than 165 bills that would restrict voting, according to an updated analysis of election bills by the Brennan Center for Justice. That's more than four times as many bills of this kind that had been introduced at this point last year.

>Meanwhile, Democrats responded on Wednesday by criticizing the commission as a coordinated effort of "voter suppression."

>"Republicans are using the lies they told about election integrity to launch a coordinated effort to roll back voting rights nationwide," said Jessica Post, president of the Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee, in a news release.

As predictable as this was, the mind still boggles.

>> No. 31004 Anonymous
8th February 2021
Monday 7:35 pm
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YouTube robbery 'prank' ends in fatal shooting

A 20-year-old has been shot dead allegedly taking part in a "prank" robbery being filmed for YouTube.

Witnesses told police Timothy Wilks and a friend had approached a group of people outside a family trampoline park in Nashville, holding large knives. Mr Wilks was then shot by a 23-year-old, who told police he had had no idea it had been a "prank" and had been acting in self-defence.

Mr Wilks's friend told officers the "prank" had been for a YouTube video.

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>> No. 31083 Anonymous
9th February 2021
Tuesday 10:20 pm
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It was one of the flight attendants, who was one of few people who weren't buckled up in their seat at that moment.


The flight was between two islands in Hawaii, where that plane was in daily operation. There was a documentary about it on TV once, and they said that because the plane was serving those short-distance routes several times a day, it did many more takeoffs and landings than other planes, and that therefore the structural wear and tear was much greater than anybody had considered.
>> No. 31086 Anonymous
9th February 2021
Tuesday 10:41 pm
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It was specifically corrosion in the epoxy seal on the fuselage that caused the initial failure. Stress was put into the rivets instead, which caused microcracks in the fuselage. This was missed due to hurried and lax safety checks by the airline.

The FAA concluded it was just that which caused the explosion, but I still favour the fluid hammer theory.
>> No. 31091 Anonymous
10th February 2021
Wednesday 12:45 am
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How fast would that music be if this clip was played at regular speed? Crikey.
>> No. 31093 Anonymous
10th February 2021
Wednesday 2:01 am
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Five million BPM.

If the whole ten minute video was played back at actual speed, it'd be over in 0.015 seconds. If you played it on a loop, you'd miss at least twenty repeats every time you blinked.
>> No. 31120 Anonymous
10th February 2021
Wednesday 8:26 pm
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Music to do cake to.

>> No. 21381 Anonymous
23rd February 2020
Sunday 3:04 pm
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Young, Welsh and Pretty Minted: The 20-year-old online trader who makes up to £200,000 a year


So the BBC are promoting 'Wolves of Instagram' forex trading bullshit merchants now.
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>> No. 30937 Anonymous
3rd February 2021
Wednesday 6:49 pm
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>What also happens frequently is that they deposit the cash into some offshore account in a country with lax money laundering laws, and then wire it to your bank account in Britain.

A few years back the government decided to overhaul companies, making it cheap and easy to set up your own company, in the name of Mrs Stalin Knobhole of Turkmenistan and keep all your money laundering in the good old British Isles.

>> No. 30938 Anonymous
3rd February 2021
Wednesday 9:39 pm
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Why do you think so many Russian oligarchs or their family members have moved to Britain.

>> No. 30939 Anonymous
3rd February 2021
Wednesday 10:04 pm
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It says lots have but doesn't give any examples.
>> No. 30940 Anonymous
4th February 2021
Thursday 12:43 pm
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They haven't but London property is the best investment tool around. Gives out much better rates than any other and is considered quite secure thanks to the aiding and abetting of the fucked housing situation by central government and the boomers.
>> No. 30943 Anonymous
4th February 2021
Thursday 11:02 pm
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The London property market is absolutely bonkers these days. Your only way to profit from it as an average person who isn't minted is if you or your parents bought a house in Croydon in the 90s and you now sell it to move out to the country. Depending on your expectations, you could have over £250K left over in cash after you've bought your new place.

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>> No. 30841 Anonymous
31st January 2021
Sunday 8:17 pm
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It's kicking off in Russia.

The video that started it is a really good watch (English subs available):

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>> No. 30883 Anonymous
2nd February 2021
Tuesday 12:02 am
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I think he was saying, in a roundabout way, "I know we are, but what are you?"
>> No. 30884 Anonymous
2nd February 2021
Tuesday 12:49 am
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It seems like someone doing a bad impression of how a "slav" would speak, but typing it out. It makes no sense so I'm just gonna assume it's some lad taking the piss.
>> No. 30885 Anonymous
2nd February 2021
Tuesday 1:58 am
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It's some Scottish lad trying to false flag by pretending to be Russian. I don't know what he seeks to gain from LARPing as a pro-indy Ruskie, but it's all rather sad.
>> No. 30919 Anonymous
2nd February 2021
Tuesday 6:28 pm
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2 years and 8 month in prison. Will he ever leave?
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2nd February 2021
Tuesday 10:48 pm
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Best for him to avoid getting anywhere near a window on one of the upper floors of that prison.


Those Russian windows are dangerous, I tell you.

>> No. 18914 Anonymous
9th April 2019
Tuesday 5:38 pm
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Department store Debenhams has officially gone into administration after the shop rejected plans by Sports Direct's Mike Asheley to save it.

FTI Consulting has now been appointed as administrators for the chain, whose shops will continue trading for now. Debenhams is expected to close 50 of its 165 stores in the future, but no timescale has been announced yet.


How come it seems like almost every high street shop is either in administration or on the brink of it?
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>> No. 30874 Anonymous
1st February 2021
Monday 6:15 pm
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Is it accelerationist to like this sort thing? I feel like it will get us closer to UBI since there won't be any jobs for lower income people.
>> No. 30875 Anonymous
1st February 2021
Monday 6:44 pm
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>Is it accelerationist to like this sort thing?



>> No. 30877 Anonymous
1st February 2021
Monday 7:40 pm
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Give it a few years and we'll all be slaves for the early retirees.

Coronavirus will wipe through the elderly, which means that those in their fifties and sixties will inherit the wealth of their parents and it'll have barely been reduced by having to pay for care fees. Care homes up and down the land will close as there's fewer elderly people needing their arses wiping, leading to hundreds of thousands of people suddenly without a career.

The population pyramid means that those in retirement are the ones who have to be appeased to win elections. We'll be at the whim of these very wealthy early retirees. Don't be surprised if sedan chairs make a comeback as getting carried around by a couple of paupers becomes the latest status symbol.
>> No. 30879 Anonymous
1st February 2021
Monday 8:12 pm
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>Don't be surprised if sedan chairs make a comeback as getting carried around by a couple of paupers becomes the latest status symbol.

I've had worse jobs TBH.
>> No. 30880 Anonymous
1st February 2021
Monday 9:23 pm
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I'd never actually considered it before but Wham! did some good fuckin pop music.

What a banger.

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

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

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


Fuck off. Fuck off. Fuck off. Fuck off. Fuck off.
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>> No. 30649 Anonymous
24th January 2021
Sunday 8:24 pm
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Now look here! We might be a Constitutional Monarchy, But once in a while when they see fit we get to (with 10,000-100,000 other people), Pick a person, who is in the same club as a bunch of other people, and the lead of that club might get to pick who is in the government as long as more people get a seat from their club in a house and the monarch approves. Also there are a bunch of people who have equal power as the person we picked who are there because they are feudal barons.
>> No. 30651 Anonymous
24th January 2021
Sunday 8:26 pm
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Can't say fairer than that.
>> No. 30652 Anonymous
24th January 2021
Sunday 8:27 pm
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Have you got any that aren't Scottish though? As no Scottish Politician has ever really done anything of much substance.
>> No. 30655 Anonymous
24th January 2021
Sunday 9:25 pm
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Heard you the first time m7.
>> No. 30656 Anonymous
24th January 2021
Sunday 10:08 pm
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I thought we were playing no true Scotsman?

>> No. 29789 Anonymous
6th January 2021
Wednesday 9:44 am
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>Four boys and a girl have been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit murder after a 13-year-old boy was stabbed to death in Reading. Oliver Stephens, known as Olly, was pronounced dead at Bugs Bottom fields, Emmer Green, on Sunday. The five teenagers, all aged 13 or 14, remain in custody, according to Thames Valley Police.


A 13 year old girl paying for her boyfriend to get stabbed to be taught a lesson after he was mad about her sending nudes to other people. I'm pretty sure at that age I was still playing with Pokémon.
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>> No. 29914 Anonymous
7th January 2021
Thursday 9:49 pm
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They can't clap if they can't see their own hands, around your end?
>> No. 29921 Anonymous
7th January 2021
Thursday 10:52 pm
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No. We fear the foxes.
>> No. 29923 Anonymous
7th January 2021
Thursday 11:08 pm
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As you should. This year is ARE YEAR. Again.

Sometimes I forget everyone here is too intellectual to follow the footy.
>> No. 29926 Anonymous
7th January 2021
Thursday 11:27 pm
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Not me.
>> No. 29928 Anonymous
8th January 2021
Friday 12:40 am
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ManU will win it on goal difference. Thanks to all their penalties.

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