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451  General / The Forum / Re: Facebook statuses from the retards from school who are on your facebook on: August 16, 2012, 15:20:05
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That's the only Somali welcome in Great Britain....#sendtheresthome well done little Mo

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Unfortunately all the do gooders in power before now have fucked us. Enoch Powell wasn't far wrong. And whilst were on the subject, shut that fuckin tunnel too.

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Cant beleive my eldest daughter...shes just come home and said Mum...Dad....stop my pocket money with immediate effect....give my ipad,ipod and iphone to charity....strip my bedroom of everything...right me out of your will and i want you to disown me........well....that wasnt her exact words....she said Hi..This is my new boyfriend....Mohamed.

I think these are some of the worst I've seen, jesus christ it's bad enough people hold opinions like that in private
452  General / The Forum / Re: Vote fifty fifty M32 spot on: August 16, 2012, 15:10:30
Don't skate but voted; only 6 votes ahead right now...
453  General / The Forum / Re: THE SKY IS DOING A WEEWEE on: August 16, 2012, 12:38:13
I have to go find some lunch in this!
454  General / The Forum / Re: Young professional needs a room with exceptional circumstances on: August 15, 2012, 11:57:30
It would almost be a cool idea, albeit one that would get boring quick, if he didn't give himself away as a total stingy bastard; I mean he won't even buy his own food?
455  General / The Forum / Re: battle against Costa on at the promenade Gloucester road on: August 14, 2012, 16:36:23
If Gloucester road ends up looking like every other high street full of chains, nobody will go there, the chains will close having made their quick money and you'll have a ghost street like a thousand before it all over the country right now. Long term sustainability of the area IS the council's concern because we do NOT live in a free market economy, we live in a mixed market economy, i.e. one in which the government exerts partial control over markets. That's just a straight up fact. Large chains aren't so much a 'free competition' as a cancer, they want to exploit a popular high street but for every one that opens that's slightly less appeal for visitors to the road, that's another indie closes, that's another chain opens, that's another bunch of people who no longer bother to visit the area. Cancer.

I think if some of you had seen what's happened in the north of the country where these chains took over in the last 30-50 years or so and now times are shit they've gone again leaving worthless high streets nobody bothers to visit with 3 empties and 2 charity shops for every fucking costa or tesco or wilco or whatever it is... You'd be singing a different tune. This shit has destroyed towns.
456  General / The Forum / Re: Any Ladies Looking For A Place To Stay In Clifton? on: August 10, 2012, 22:46:01
Property is expensive. He may be way ahead of the curve.
This is Bristol though. Before he knows it some girly he thought was hot will be sat on her fattening ass, eating battenburg waiting for her baby to drop after she 'forgot' to take her pill. Sucka4Life.

Misogyny is nature's protection for women eh
457  General / The Forum / Re: Dangleboris on: August 08, 2012, 12:17:54
Basically until every country in the world gets as bad as Somalia everyone in the world should be grateful and never even complain, never mind try to improve anything, and should instead go around with a shit eating grin saying "At least I don't have malaria"
458  General / The Forum / Re: Dog Lamp Competition on: August 08, 2012, 12:11:02
I love that lamp
459  General / The Forum / Re: Gangs in Bristol on: August 06, 2012, 22:23:38
Can't they just come up with some new names (then maybe some new dance moves too?)
460  General / The Forum / Re: MARS! on: August 06, 2012, 14:42:13
big fucking waste of time and money......

How so Steve?

Oh come on.....to find out if there was life on Mars...what are we all going to live there or something..give me a break...
as for the benefits we have all enjoyed from the space programme..well we'd have to weigh that up against it's cost wouldn't we to come to a decision about that..all the billions USA and Russia spent on the space race to the moon..and now millions of people in both countries don't have shoes on their feet

fucking big kids and their toys

One day we're either going to have to start telling people they can't have children, or we're going to have to start exploiting resources that aren't on this planet. Of all the things that huge amounts of money are spent on today; nukes, armies, gambling on stocks, whatever; space exploration is one that actually does benefit humanity, it has before and it will again.

Things that are helping the least fortunate in the world like GM research is still going on as well. Besides which the reason there are poor people in the world isn't a lack of money, the capitalist machine doesn't work without a perpetual underclass. Billions in aid couldn't fix a broken system.
461  General / The Forum / Re: PatchworkPie.com - New Bristol Project - What d'ya recon? on: August 03, 2012, 13:14:18
Like so many websites before it, it's the kinda thing that's only really going to take off if it's taken off before you've started

Otherwise everyone will go on, see nothing of interest and never check it again

that's just what people are like
462  General / The Forum / Re: The 'Unpopular Opinions' Thread. Destined to go [NSFW] at some point... on: August 03, 2012, 09:58:55
The club scene is primarily fuelled by the desire to mate

Depends on the genre of music to some extent

I mean, Ramshackle is little else
463  General / The Forum / Re: Ladies...no need to get into a flap about it on: August 02, 2012, 23:00:26
Sideways smile
464  General / The Forum / Re: outer space fancy dress on a budget ideas? on: August 02, 2012, 22:56:31
you can get a tinfoil survival blanket pretty cheap, will keep you warm at night too

I tried this for fancy dress at glade and I tell you now, those are the noisiest fucking fancy dress known to man
465  General / The Forum / Re: The 'Unpopular Opinions' Thread. Destined to go [NSFW] at some point... on: August 01, 2012, 15:04:07
MP3 is a shit awful format. Thats not a vinyl vs digital vs CD debate its just a fact. The format does not make the dj but seriously why use MP3s when much better digital formats exist.

No one should ever redline the mixer.


It's fine for what it was designed for, listening to music on mobile devices through earbuds

To be fair whether it's my shit ears or not I keep everything in V0 and it doesn't really bother me
466  General / The Forum / Re: The Olympics Thread on: July 28, 2012, 18:43:03

guy has terrible arthritis, was just trying to wave normally.
467  General / The Forum / Re: Realistically, how much money do I need to survive at Boomtown!? on: July 28, 2012, 18:39:46
I spent 120 total at glade and didn't think I was being particularly careful.
468  General / The Forum / Re: Ladies...no need to get into a flap about it on: July 27, 2012, 15:18:07
Can you not give the trans/intersex jokes a rest?
469  General / The Forum / Re: tolerance on: July 26, 2012, 14:09:50
Sometimes I really agree with him, and at others I violently disagree.

This is one of the latter.

I don't even get what his point is supposed to be; that if people want to be free to practise their own religion, they should be allowed to on the sole condition that they are harassed, insulted, and made to feel as unwelcome as physically possible?
470  General / The Forum / Re: The 'Unpopular Opinions' Thread. Destined to go [NSFW] at some point... on: July 26, 2012, 12:50:10
I don't think that anybody that advocates for the government deciding who gets to have children should be allowed to have children, because they're clearly fascists
471  General / The Forum / Re: tolerance on: July 26, 2012, 12:38:17
Only if we're going to start selling crucific dildos and anal rosaries next to all the fucking churches.
472  General / The Forum / Re: Ladies...no need to get into a flap about it on: July 26, 2012, 12:36:17
On the one hand I don't think anybody wants people to feel pressured into surgery by ridiculous photoshopped vaginas in FHM (and they are almost ALWAYS photoshopped to remove the external labia)

But on the other hand; if it's affecting your sex life, your confidence, etc. I don't really think it's anyone's place to say you shouldn't; I mean nobody would tell a man not to get a circumcision if he felt he had a really excessive foreskin.

You can see vaginas in FHM now?

I must have misremembered.

Here's an article about the practise in austrailia anyway

NSFW, shows actual vaginas

http://www.abc.net.au/tv/hungrybeast/blog/kdrysdale/healing-it-single-crease/
473  General / The Forum / Re: Ladies...no need to get into a flap about it on: July 25, 2012, 09:57:09
On the one hand I don't think anybody wants people to feel pressured into surgery by ridiculous photoshopped vaginas in FHM (and they are almost ALWAYS photoshopped to remove the external labia)

But on the other hand; if it's affecting your sex life, your confidence, etc. I don't really think it's anyone's place to say you shouldn't; I mean nobody would tell a man not to get a circumcision if he felt he had a really excessive foreskin.
474  General / The Forum / Re: Support needed for Hidden Orchestra and Hackney Colliery Band // Suggestions? on: July 25, 2012, 09:39:06
Please let us know when tickets are on sale, I'd LOVE to see hidden orchestra.
475  General / The Forum / Re: "Hate" crime against the digitally augmented in France on: July 19, 2012, 14:24:46
Hate Crime?  Smashed
More to do with paranoia about being filmed and their civil liberties being disregarded I suspect. Hardly a case of Cyborgism.

That's like saying nobody's allowed hearing aids in case they use them to record you.

476  General / The Forum / Re: Today I have spoken to a lady called... on: July 19, 2012, 14:21:06
477  General / The Forum / Re: Diode and Rick Holland on: July 18, 2012, 18:48:10
This looks really cool, I might pop along.
478  General / The Forum / Re: WOBBLELAND!! If bro-step had a heaven... on: July 18, 2012, 18:38:28
All the close up shots in the video are of pretty girls but all the wide sweeps show 90% sweaty boys...
479  General / The Forum / Re: TOGETHER AS ONE BRISTOL THIS SAT! on: July 04, 2012, 00:18:36
So that's massive attack headlining right?


No? Portishead? Wink
480  General / The Forum / Re: What does tinnitus sound like? on: June 29, 2012, 12:49:18
White noise with a clean ring on top of it, like the first clip really
481  General / The Forum / Re: Alcohol consumption would fall 25% if cannabis cafes were allowed on: June 24, 2012, 18:02:47
I think the people talking about harm in this thread are pretty much missing the point; has anybody ever not tried drugs just because they're illegal?

The big thing that most drug users are scared of isn't addiction or psychosis or overdose; it's a criminal record. The government doesn't have to endorse something for it to be stupid to have it illegal.
482  General / The Forum / Re: Gumtree replies... on: June 23, 2012, 15:10:28
You've checked your spam filter right? Gumtree replies come from gumtree email addresses and so some email accounts think they're spam.
483  General / The Forum / Re: Glade reviews...? on: June 22, 2012, 01:13:11
I only got to see Plumps and Andy C.... thought it was pretty average overall. The wooded area was cool, especially the Meteor stage as mentioned.

We were wheeling round and rinsing the Doppler sound system all weekend.. SO much fun. High-light was the link up with the drummer and wheeling the rig into the middle of origin stage and playing hip hop to the psy trancers. Some loved it, others were mightily offended!
Was that you? Hahaha! I think you stuck around for a short enough time that most of the people I was with saw the funny side, anyway.
484  General / The Forum / Re: Glade reviews...? on: June 21, 2012, 01:05:58
It sounds trite but for me I think it was literally the greatest weekend of my life; first real festival I've been to, first real psy event and the site, the atmosphere, the music and more than anything the crowd were so good that for me it was one of those things that will stay with me forever. I made some genuine friends, met some incredible people, we were so lucky with the weather, and the security, staff and organisation was so good... It was incredible.

I can't explain how good the atmosphere was, at least around Origin and Liquid. It was like everybody was so nice and friendly and dancey and happy that you couldn't tell who'd been hanging out with Mandy and who was stone sober. People watching out for eachother, sharing water, sharing gum, sharing "cigarettes", sharing stories, sharing everything. It was wonderful.
485  General / The Exchange / Anyone looking for a lift to Glade this year? on: June 06, 2012, 17:11:57
Looking for one or two people; planning on leaving bristol mid-late friday morning and coming back on monday morning but not too early so the driver gets a good night's sleep. Just looking for petrol money in return.
486  General / The Forum / Re: So did Love Save the Day.... Or did it.. on: June 05, 2012, 08:40:50
Considering how many people I saw rolling for Bonobo (must've given out most of a packet of chewing gum!) and that the queue for water was literally 1h5 I think the bar situation was beyond just annoying and up to straightup dangerous. I had a great time, the atmosphere was AMAZING (better than Simple Things, you don't know camaraderie until you've been queueing for a drink with the same people around you for an hour!), security were being pretty decent etc., but honestly by 9pm I was absolutely freezing my tits off and well up for going home.
487  General / The Forum / Re: Aliens. Definitely Aliens. on: January 29, 2012, 21:46:48
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