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  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 7,253 Posts
    I think news of this Dyer episode filtered through the web to me - turns out he's related to Kings or something? Should be worth a watch for his reaction.

  • ppadilhappadilha 1,938 Posts
    so now the entire Chapecoense (aka Leicestercoense to the locals, because of the fairy tale season they've been having) die in a plane crash on their way to their 1st ever international final. This year has been relentless.

  • JimsterJimster Twilight Zone/ Al Capone/ Rolling Stone/ Eva Perón 6,264 Posts
    Just seen that on BBC.  No words. 

    I guess there has to be some good karmic payback for the excrement 2016 has flug all over this here planet.

  • ppadilhappadilha 1,938 Posts


    this is them holding San Lorenzo to a nil-nil draw last week that got them through to the final on away goals. The goalie that pulled off the miracle save was found alive but died in the hospital. The dude narrating was also on the plane, along with about 20 other members of the press.

  • skelskel You can't cheat karma 5,028 Posts
    Hearing talk about awarding them the cup. 
    Might be a sentimentalist move, but a noble one methinks.

    Perhaps share it, uncontested. Maybe more fitting.

  • ppadilhappadilha 1,938 Posts
    skel said:
    Hearing talk about awarding them the cup. 
    Might be a sentimentalist move, but a noble one methinks.

    Perhaps share it, uncontested. Maybe more fitting.
    I think a tribute match would also be fitting, share the cup or award it to them as a tribute. Atletico Nacional already won the Libertadores this year, so they're essentially granting Chapecoense the other Libertadores spot that would've gone to the Sulamericana champion.

    The brazilian 1st division clubs have all released a joint statement saying they will loan players to the club for free next year, and will request that Chapecoense be exempt from relegation for the next 3 seasons so they can rebuild.

  • DORDOR Two Ron Toe 9,793 Posts
    I think news of this Dyer episode filtered through the web to me - turns out he's related to Kings or something? Should be worth a watch for his reaction.
    Not a fan of his, but I really enjoyed the episode.  Direct descendant of Thomas Cromwell, Edward III to William the Conqueror and even Rollo.


  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 7,253 Posts
    ppadilha said:
    This year has been relentless.
    QFT

  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 7,253 Posts
    • Aggressive whipping
    • Caning
    • Spanking
    • Role-playing as non-adults
    • Physical restraint
    • Humiliation
    • Water sports
    • Physical or verbal abuse, regardless of consent
    • Penetration by any object associated with violence
    • Female ejaculation
    • Strangulation
    • Face sitting
    • Fisting

  • skelskel You can't cheat karma 5,028 Posts
    I've done 5 of these, 6 if a Toffee Crisp counts as an object associated with violence. 
    I have certainly absolutely fucking murdered a few in my time.
    Duderonomy

  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 7,253 Posts
    WTF is water sports? The internet porn ban is going to include canoeing?

  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 7,253 Posts
    And how/why is female ejaculation prohibited?

  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 7,253 Posts
    I've not lived as I can only cross three off the list not counting verbal abuse (is that during, before, after, or just generally?).

  • skelskel You can't cheat karma 5,028 Posts
    Mate, don't google water sports unless you prepare to stop at the athletic top hits. It will turn your stomach.
    Especially the Japanese quirks. Rubber balaclavas with small hole cut in the top and such like.

  • JimsterJimster Twilight Zone/ Al Capone/ Rolling Stone/ Eva Perón 6,264 Posts
    I CAN NO LONGER LOOK A TOFFEE CRISP IN THE FACE.



  • skelskel You can't cheat karma 5,028 Posts
    The choc and toffee melt at body temprrature. Tasty, moreish, serviceable.
    The rice crispies.... bit of a mulch, tbh.
    Finding them in molars for dayyys.
    Never again doe.

    Maybe Starbar the way to go?

  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 7,253 Posts
    Finger of Fudge?
    skel

  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 7,253 Posts
    Basically, this is what you're left with in teh UK:




    [quote]
    The Government is clear that, at a time of heightened security threat, it is essential our law enforcement, security and intelligence services have the powers they need to keep people safe.
     
    The Investigatory Powers Act transforms the law relating to the use and oversight of Investigatory powers. It strengthens safeguards and introduces world-leading oversight arrangements.
     
    The Act does three key things. First, it brings together powers already available to law enforcement and the security and intelligence agencies to obtain communications and data about communications. It makes these powers – and the safeguards that apply to them – clear and understandable.
     
    Second, it radically overhauls the way these powers are authorised and overseen. It introduces a ‘double-lock’ for the most intrusive powers, including interception and all of the bulk capabilities, so warrants require the approval of a Judicial Commissioner. And it creates a powerful new Investigatory Powers Commissioner to oversee how these powers are used.
     
    Third, it ensures powers are fit for the digital age. The Act makes a single new provision for the retention of internet connection records in order for law enforcement to identify the communications service to which a device has connected. This will restore capabilities that have been lost as a result of changes in the way people communicate.
     
     
    Public scrutiny
     
    The Bill was subject to unprecedented scrutiny prior to and during its passage. 
    The Bill responded to three independent reports: by David Anderson QC, the Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation; by the Royal United Services Institute’s Independent Surveillance Review Panel; and by the Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament. All three of those authoritative independent reports agreed a new law was needed. 

    The Government responded to the recommendations of those reports in the form of a draft Bill, published in November 2015. That draft Bill was submitted for pre-legislative scrutiny by a Joint Committee of both Houses of Parliament. The Intelligence and Security Committee and the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee conducted parallel scrutiny. Between them, those Committees received over 1,500 pages of written submissions and heard oral evidence from the Government, industry, civil liberties groups and many others. The recommendations made by those Committees informed changes to the Bill and the publication of further supporting material.
     
    A revised Bill was introduced in the House of Commons on 1 March, and completed its passage on 16 November, meeting the timetable for legislation set by Parliament during the passage of the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act 2014. Over 1,700 amendments to the Bill were tabled and debated during this time.
     
    The Government has adopted an open and consultative approach throughout the passage of this legislation, tabling or accepting a significant number of amendments in both Houses of Parliament in order to improve transparency and strengthen privacy protections. These included enhanced protections for trade unions and journalistic and legally privileged material, and the introduction of a threshold to ensure internet connection records cannot be used to investigate minor crimes.
     
     
    Privacy and Oversight
     
    The Government has placed privacy at the heart of the Investigatory Powers Act. The Act makes clear the extent to which investigatory powers may be used and the strict safeguards that apply in order to maintain privacy.
     
    A new overarching ‘privacy clause’ was added to make absolutely clear that the protection of privacy is at the heart of this legislation. This privacy clause ensures that in each and every case a public authority must consider whether less intrusive means could be used, and must have regard to human rights and the particular sensitivity of certain information. The powers can only be exercised when it is necessary and proportionate to do so, and the Act includes tough sanctions – including the creation of new criminal offences – for those misusing the powers. 

    The safeguards in this Act reflect the UK’s international reputation for protecting human rights. The unprecedented transparency and the new safeguards – including the ‘double lock’ for the most sensitive powers – set an international benchmark for how the law can protect both privacy and security. [/quote]

  • skelskel You can't cheat karma 5,028 Posts
    TLDR

    gis a one liner

  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 7,253 Posts
    Hmmm... no sex please, we're British?
    Jimster

  • skelskel You can't cheat karma 5,028 Posts
    I'm down with that.
    Where do I put the X?

  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 7,253 Posts
    Jimster... what happened? Citeh were the better team for most of the game, and if De Bruyne hadn't hit the bar from 3 yards out you might've strolled it. But the handbags at the end has made the game against The Arsenal a little bit less worrying for me.

    Aguerro - he is that kind of player then? Fernandinho WTF? Fabregas just watching the officials and letting him shove him.



  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 7,253 Posts
    Alexis. WOW. Which goal was the best?



    This analysis video gets very... interesting... around the 40 sec mark:


  • JimsterJimster Twilight Zone/ Al Capone/ Rolling Stone/ Eva Perón 6,264 Posts
    Jimster... what happened?
    City just making it interesting.  No-one wants it to be all over by Christmas.

    I WOULD NOT LOVE IT etc.

  • skelskel You can't cheat karma 5,028 Posts
    Jimster
    my son just got me watching YouTube and appraised me on this dude davie501 or something. Fantastic bass moves across all genres and techniques. Acoustic, fret less, standard. Speak on it.


  • JimsterJimster Twilight Zone/ Al Capone/ Rolling Stone/ Eva Perón 6,264 Posts
    skel said:
    Speak on it.
    He can play for sure.  Great technique.  I would rather hear it in the context of a band though, I get bored hearing solo bass,  no matter who it is. 

  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 7,253 Posts
    Win the group and we get Bayern again. Shitcunts.

    Edit: I forgot the arse-crackers. Plenty of them.

  • skelskel You can't cheat karma 5,028 Posts
    CL is the same old boring shit EV-RY FU-CKING SEA-SON.

    Worse than the EPL. At least there you might get a random Leicester event once in a lifetime. But never again a Forest or a Steau. Pitiful.
    Why do fools still engage with this bullshit?
    Retarded.
    Pssshhhhhht.


  • skelskel You can't cheat karma 5,028 Posts
    Anyways, dudes should chill and check the YouTube of the (supposed) world record speed guitarist yank boy playing Flight of the Bumblebee -the WR standard choon - at 1300 bpm. But first, detour into the previous holder (antipodean boy) at 999 bpm. Both unreal. Puts all them Dimebags an dem in dey place. 

  • JimsterJimster Twilight Zone/ Al Capone/ Rolling Stone/ Eva Perón 6,264 Posts
    I cannot ride.  Maybe it's the tune.  I dig on some proper shredding doe, Slayer and such.  Kerry King has that like mad randomness to it.

    I also must footnote that I am down for my honey-making, pollenating brethren for life, yo.





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