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    Re: Who controls the past controls the future

    Always keep hard copies of your data somewhere safe.

    The delete/import does seem pretty bad though. I use spotify and it recognises the songs/mp3s I have on my pc but it doesn't automatically...
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    Re: Last Movie Watched?

    Watched it @midnight release, loved every second ;P

    Currently rewatching the entire marvel works ;)
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    Re: Women only train carriages (cars)

    It's honestly sad that this is a consideration.

    To start with this IS segregation, albeit willing and self imposed. It's separating a group (women) from the main body (unisex society). The...
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    Sticky: Re: The Rant Thread (v 1.2)

    Need a shoulder to punch?
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    Re: Medusa's QDJ(year of the $1 pickle!)

    This question actually had me completely stumped for a pretty long period of time xD

    I'd actually have to go with Martin Luther (the catalyst for the Protestant reformation) because he's a very...
  6. Poll: Re: At what age should kids* be allowed to stay home alone?

    My parents both worked late so I stayed at an after school club for a period, by 9 years I was going home alone & was perfectly fine.
    If you're talking about for a full day, 10 is probably fine.
    If...
  7. Sticky: Re: ONLY AUTHORIZED ELECTION NEWS THREAD--no debating allowed

    Bad in that as a not-American I don't want Trump to have access to the nuclear codes (regardless of whether he's politically capable of using them).
    Lesser of two evils sounds like most British...
  8. Sticky: Re: Cruz dropped out...

    As someone who's never done American politics, can someone give a quick rundown of the whole situation? (please)
    Like, is this bad or baaaaaad?
  9. Re: Five million (star)bucks for too much ice in a drink.

    Well speaking, sueing and pushing for compensation is based on the principle of putting the victim in the situation they would have been in (financially, physically etc.) had the harm caused by the...
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    Sticky: Re: The Rant Thread (v 1.2)

    Animal Negligence definitely.
    I just feel bad for the dogs ~.~
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    Sticky: Re: The Rant Thread (v 1.2)

    Useless Dog owners really grind my gears. Sure, have a dog and care for it, love it, whatever. But bloomin' train it. Episodes where myself and others have to chase a dog home from a very busy...
  12. Re: Pop goes the weasel as Hadron Collider shuts down (Update)

    Newspapers' will be squeaking on for weeks about this ;)

    Reckon by the end it'll be leaving a bit of a burned taste is peoples' mouths :S
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    Re: What Moral Codes do you stand by?

    Ah ok, sort of a 'respond to/eliminate the threat sort of thing'
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    Re: What Moral Codes do you stand by?

    Most of them yeah, care to elaborate on 11 though? Destroying people isn't really routine for me ;)

    (Genuinely curious though, i would be completely against this. For me at least lashing out at...
  15. Re: Pop goes the weasel as Hadron Collider shuts down (Update)

    Sheesh at least repairs will take 'no longer than a few days'.
    Can only imagine the amount of damage fluctuating electricity levels could cause in a machine like that.
    would be a bit of a hairy...
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    Re: What Moral Codes do you stand by?

    Treat others s you yourself wish to be treated.

    Also treat everything as a challenge, it's my mindset more than anyone else I've ever spoken to, in that i treat any obstacle as something just to...
  17. Re: Google patents smart lenses you inject into your eyes

    Pretty sure Blackbeard and his crew already has the rights to that particular phrase ;P


    As someone who's ridiculously longsighted I am both supportive and terrified of this motion.
    Imagine how...
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    Sticky: Re: Things that make you smile

    Mm, I can see why I've never really found him where I am because no-one here really likes this kind of music. There's a pretty decent Jazz community though at uni though, which makes up for it ;)
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    Sticky: Re: Things that make you smile

    Just discovered he's on Spotify, I'll definitely be following this dude xD
    Thanks for the links
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    Sticky: Re: Things that make you smile

    Mm, I could almost feel the anger (pretty justified though imo) emanating from my laptop when I googled the fiasco :S

    I'd pay good money to see an Elvis/ACDC concert. I'd pay a lotta money to just...
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    Sticky: Re: Things that make you smile

    Oh wow I hadn't heard about axyl, with Johnson's hearing going we're definitely looking towards the end times for dc :'C

    And tbf sometimes it's hard even for me to keep up ;P
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    Sticky: Re: Things that make you smile

    AC/DC is a 70s band and is still going ;) (although some dispute for not much longer)
    If you love playing music why stop?


    Went to see new Capn America film at midnight release, bloomin' great...
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    Re: Zombie Apocalypse: Pagan Forum edition

    Get's my vote, always was a fan of Denis the Menace as a kid ;P

    Got any anthems to go with it? At this rate we could start a nation :)
  24. Re: Report: Painkillers found in Prince's possession

    Like any drug from antibiotics to alcohol, using them comes with a risk and you have to be responsible.
    If anything banning painkillers won't fix the problem, some kind of government initiative to...
  25. Re: What was 'Witchcraft' and 'The Witch Craze' in Early Modern Europe?

    Well if you're ever interested in reading further, this book is apparently the principle source of information on him. I myself will be acquiring it at some point when I've got some free time ;)
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