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Can't give a rats ass about twater,  but Spotify and Pandora were affected.   Interesting how Russian envoys had asked several states in the US if they could monitor voting locations to see how our democratic process works.


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liquitech1 wrote:

..all of them laughing and joking together. Brings a tear to the eye.

" look at this fucking shit storm that we created – boy oh boy,  are we fucking grand or what?"


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steelydan wrote:

Mick Hucknall







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Kirsty Alley...



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Grant wrote:
steelydan wrote:

Kathleen Turner






Loves the muff too.  Bloody carpet lickers can have her.


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smallman1 wrote:

Bill looks bloody awful.

Lost too much timber by the looks of it.

Looks like he's been snorting gack of Lewinsky's ass for the past ten years.  Dreadful all around.


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furry wrote:

Steel frame buildings don't pancake down and collapse on to its own footprint. The resistance from the entire lower section of the building keeps this from happening. How did building 7 come down Dan?

There are thousands of engineers who can pick the NIST report apart piece by piece...and have.  Plenty of evidence out there.

Furry, don't even bring up the notion of engineers and architects – they are all flawed somehow in my opinion, and if there was an ever present element of human error,  it can certainly be demonstrated by the Tacoma Narrows bridge collapse -  something the architects and engineers did not take into consideration.  "The bridge's collapse had a lasting effect on science and engineering. In many physics textbooks, the event is presented as an example of elementary forced resonance, with the wind providing an external periodic frequency that matched the bridge's natural structural frequency, though many believe the actual cause of failure was aeroelastic flutter.[1] Its failure also boosted research in the field of bridge aerodynamics-aeroelastics, the study of which has influenced the designs of all the world's great long-span bridges built since 1940."

First of all everybody is assuming that the world trade towers were built to specs and that no shortcuts were taking – this I find very hard to believe considering almost all construction takes shortcuts somewhere ( read: Titanic - "Titanic's hull was triple riveted within the central 3/5ths length using mild steel rivets, and double riveted using wrought iron in the bow and stern. This was done to assure strength in the center, where the maximum wave flex stresses were assumed to be located. Analysis of the steel rivets has shown good strength, but the wrought iron rivets contained an average of three times more slag than optimal levels. In addition, the slag was in large pieces. Both of these facts point to fabrication by inexperienced tradesman, as wrought iron was made by hand at the time. Finite element models of rivets made from sub-standard materials show that they were already loaded near their ultimate strength when installed. The source of this poor quality material became clearer when the Harland and Wolff meeting minutes were examined, and it was seen that pressure to finish Titanic caused the company to order wrought iron that was one level below that generally specified for rivets and they had to use suppliers previously")

Anybody that thinks the world trade towers were premeditatively blown up to coincide with planes crashing into them is an absolute ass pilot.   Nobody could have predicted how the stress of an impact and the associated fires would have stressed the various and complex attributes of such a massive structure.   There were static dynamics that suddenly became fluid.   The dynamics of predicting structural integrity in a fluid environment is next to impossible.   Anybody that has taken fluid dynamics in college, please feel free to educate me.  Furry, you are a tool without a doubt.


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Love it - thanks Neko!


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mr rossi wrote:

The TV networks in the US really could do with Jeremy Paxman asking the questions

I think Amy Schumer would've made a great moderator on the debate.


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furry wrote:

I'd imagine if it was that incriminating after 40 years of being in business the IRS might have found something by now. Not saying its unlikely but..

Incriminating would be releasing his tax returns as every other presidential nominee has done for the past 40 years -  but of course he won't, and if he did the American public would see just how shady this motherfucker is.


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Boring wrote:

I want Trump to lose. I've got a feeling his presidency would be a massive anti-climax. No nuclear bombs, no giant walls not even a single war.

Yeah, to have peace, stability, and economic growth would suck Aunt Jamina's soggy pancakes.


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Dermatron wrote:

We put an air-bomb repeater in a lads parents glass front porch one night at about 7pm. Three massive explosions blew every pain out and set fire to the front door of the house and frame and roof of the porch. Fire brigade turned up to put it out as we were all watching it unfold from the safety of the field across the road through the hedge. Next day at morning assemble the head stood up and said the police and fire brigade were coming in to to explain the dangers of arson and to find out who did it and pulled the old 'anyone who knew anything should come forward now' before they came as they already knew who'd done it. They didn't obviously and the police fucked off with nothing.

Thinking about it now it must have been terrifying. Especially as they were sat right behind the front door in their living room LOL  You'd properly shit a brick. Those cunts were fucking loud. Banned now I believe too.

Happy days.

Lol, that's fucking awesome!  Must've been Dogmong's place - no wonder he's still stalking you.


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mr rossi wrote:

When I was a kid Halloween always meant fireworks were readily available from the Spar down the road.Telephone boxes were a favourite target.

M-80's in mailboxes and trashcans full of leaves were the go for me and my crew of hooligans.


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Looking forward to watching Trump self-destruct one last time on live National TV.


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zackster wrote:

im in a bad way over this weekend boys. the birds went from the best team in the division, to the worst. what a fucking embarrassment. that d made rob kelly look like john riggins ffs! thoroughly deserved to be beaten, and lucky that it was only a 1 possession score. the lack of a number 1 receiver (or a number 2 for that matter) is a huge problem, and the absence of lane johnson was glaring. i'm not writing the season off yet; it was just yesterday that i decided it mattered, but above all else they need to fucking protect carson. and lucky me, i have vikings tix for sunday... fuuuuuuuuuuuuuk

John Riggins.."Hey Riggo...I'm a Ford man who loves Ford trucks". One of the original Hogs.  Legend.


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Homegrove wrote:

McCain has gone full retard.

https://mobile.twitter.com/SpeedReads/s … 8205242368

McCain making promises he cannot keep.  It's really up to Orrin Hatch and  Mitch McConnell.   It's really now about saving the tattered and shredded remnants of the Republican Party and distancing themselves from Trump and his lunacy.


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Grant wrote:

I'm with Ed, it's annoying as fuck - streams of spoilt shits knocking at your door every two minutes

That's why it's better to leave a huge bowl of candy on your porch and then go to a party.   But, if you're tucked in with the Mrs. at 8:30 sharp I don't really feel sorry for you.


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303 abuser wrote:

is it just me or is the entire league mediocre this year?  doesn't seem to be a team much better than the rest.

Definitely no standouts except for the Vikings, the Patriots, and the Cowboys.   Time will tell, but it's either a case of they're all mediocre, or the field of play has been leveled in terms of performance.


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Grant wrote:

Every dog can have its day GRH.

We should've beaten them pretty badly and we absolutely stink.

After seeing my team go 4 and 12 last year, trust me I'm a happy cowboy fan.   And to be fair, the NFC East is probably the strongest division right now considering the teams records in that division.


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Grant wrote:

Lot of upsets this weekend and some cracking games.  Particularly enjoyed Carolina going down again.

I feel bad for Cam and the fact that he got a concussion, but I'm having a hard time believing that the Panthers are one and five right now, even without Cam


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loopdokter wrote:
ghostriddenhuffy wrote:

Do you guys celebrate Halloween in the UK, Canada, and Australia?

Seriously?  Haha.

It's huge in Canada and has been since the year dot... Although I don't quite think trick or treating is quite what it used to be in terms of popularity when I was a kid.  You see more adults these days dressing up and getting in on the fun as well.

Trick or Treating is huge where I live, but I usually take my lil nephews as I'm a bit ripe for it.  A lot of fun when I was a kid - not to mention all the school activities around that time.  It's fun to dress up and go out, as well as the parties.  Good times!


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Grant wrote:
ghostriddenhuffy wrote:

The NFC East is toilet except for Dallas.

Dallas are toilet.

Their win today at Lambeau field over the Packers would dictate otherwise.


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While stitching a cut on the hand of a 75 year old farmer, the doctor struck up a conversation with the old man. Eventually the topic got around to Donald Trump and his role as the Republican Nominee for President. The old farmer said, " Well, as I see it, Donald Trump is like a 'Post Tortoise'.'' Not being familiar with the term, the doctor asked him what a 'post tortoise' was. The old farmer said, "When you're driving down a country road and you come across a fence post with a tortoise balanced on top, that's a post tortoise." The old farmer saw the puzzled look on the doctor's face so he continued to explain. "You know he didn't get up there by himself, he doesn't belong up there, he doesn't know what to do while he's up there, he's elevated beyond his ability to function, and you just wonder what kind of dumb ass put him up there to begin with."


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SNL is hit or miss, but Baldwin is winning.

Very cool!!!