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10 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

I've put Blade Runner back on and seeing as its set in November 2019 I'm pretty certain this is all Harrison Fords fault. 

Haha, didn't know it was set in that year. 

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Someone just sent me a video of a Chinese fella basting a live dog in a pan of oil, its barking while getting basted, can't see how it's faked but it's harrowing nevertheless, I wished I hadn't seen it to be honest. 

 

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The coronavirus pandemic is accelerating, the World Health Organizations says. It took 67 days from the first reported case to reach 100K cases, 11 days for the second 100K, and just four days for the third 100K 

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2 minutes ago, easytoslip said:

Someone just sent me a video of a Chinese fella basting a live dog in a pan of oil, its barking while getting basted, can't see how it's faked but it's harrowing nevertheless, I wished I hadn't seen it to be honest. 

 

I saw that too, considered posting it but wasn't 100% sure it was real, plus someone is bound to call you racist, even though that sort of shit is literally the reason people are dying in our country right now.

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12 minutes ago, Strontium Dog™ said:

 

I saw that too, considered posting it but wasn't 100% sure it was real, plus someone is bound to call you racist, even though that sort of shit is literally the reason people are dying in our country right now.

Agreed, it goes on I'm afraid. I don't know to post so just as well. Not sure if that is the cause but it might go some way towards it, I posted the other day about the disgusting eating habits of some in the Far East, someone replied its more to do with the hygiene practices well lack of it, there's some things you just don't need to eat full stop, unless you find yourself in Stalingrad or some other Dystopia, even then you would think of having some degree of humanity if you had to. 

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It’s all a bit weak as piss from Johnson. He needed to put it in terms the dickheads would understand.

 

”We’ve asked you not to panic buy at supermarkets, and we tried not to treat you like cunts, and yet you went and behaved like cunts. So now we’re enacting emergency legislation and we’re going to treat you like cunts...”

 

”We’ve asked you to stay indoors and not congregate in groups, and we tried not to treat you like cunts, and yet you went and behaved like cunts. So now we’re enacting emergency legislation and we’re going to treat you like cunts...”

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I don’t see how they can use 48 hour dispersal notices unless they are going to claim standing in groups is causing the public harassment alarm or distress.

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7 minutes ago, Strontium Dog™ said:

 

I saw that too, considered posting it but wasn't 100% sure it was real, plus someone is bound to call you racist, even though that sort of shit is literally the reason people are dying in our country right now.

I've been wondering whether there will be any repercussions for China after this, not that I'm advocating it because I'm fucking clueless but you have to wonder with the likes of Trump kicking about. It's not exactly beyond the realms of fantasy that this mess could be the start of World War Three.

 

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1 minute ago, Mook said:

I've been wondering whether there will be any repercussions for China after this, not that I'm advocating it because I'm fucking clueless but you have to wonder with the likes of Trump kicking about. It's not exactly beyond the realms of fantasy that this mess could be the start of World War Three.

 

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If anyone posts this dog clip on here I hope you get banned then shot. Sick for watching it, even sicker for sharing or contemplating sharing it. 

 

Fuck me humans are horrible. 

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59 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Yep panic buying will be in full swing tomorrow. Might go up just to knock people out for being cunts. 

Just bought £24 of chocolate from the corner shop. No panic buying, stayed away from dark chocolate and anything with coconut in. 

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3 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

If anyone posts this dog clip on here I hope you get banned then shot. Sick for watching it, even sicker for sharing or contemplating sharing it. 

 

Fuck me humans are horrible. 

 

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10 minutes ago, Mook said:

I've been wondering whether there will be any repercussions for China after this, not that I'm advocating it because I'm fucking clueless but you have to wonder with the likes of Trump kicking about. It's not exactly beyond the realms of fantasy that this mess could be the start of World War Three.

 

Night night.

There's a nice thought to fall into the arms of Morpheus to, sweet dreams. 

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4 minutes ago, Captain Turdseye said:

I’ve got FOMO and need to see the clip so I can join in the outrage. 

I think this is it. 

 

Well, it's what I got when I searched "man eats hot dog" on YouTube*

 

*Disclaimer: stop eating dogs, knobheads. 

 

 

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15 minutes ago, Mook said:

I've been wondering whether there will be any repercussions for China after this, not that I'm advocating it because I'm fucking clueless but you have to wonder with the likes of Trump kicking about. It's not exactly beyond the realms of fantasy that this mess could be the start of World War Three.

 

Night night.

Wow, that's far out there! People really think countries might go to war once they conquer this virus because some country was the first place it appeared?

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