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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by kompressaur, Sep 25, 2016.

  1. ONEDUNME

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    Things like "how do you spell lot?" for example?:lol

    Thank for that mate - very useful. I will give it a go.:thumb
  2. AnothrSpacecat

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    I had an STD this summer and reddit did more to help me than the pissing nhs.
  3. ONEDUNME

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    The Pissing NHS - is that a specialist department?


    Yeah, sounds like it could be useful/interesting if I can just find a way to filter out all the shit. The other think, as you alluded to, is making sure I'm not bogged down with reading loads and loads of the stuff and forgetting that there are other things to do :ohwell
  4. AnothrSpacecat

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    I've learned a lot from Reddit, most of it fairly useless general knowledge. Yesterday was a good example of how the website can kill my time and fill my brain with stuff when for the first time ever I looked into the work of Buster Keaton.

    https://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/55tzjh/for_buster_keatons_birthday_a_few_of_the_amazing/

    Having a look through the links on there is pretty terrifying, before yesterday I'd only ever heard the guys name and had no idea he was a suicidal maniac.
  5. AnothrSpacecat

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    The pissing NHS couldnt diagnose chlamydia despite the bloody wattery semen or piss and a giant inflamed testicle that hurt no matter how I moved.

    I had 2 visits to 2 different GPs, neither could figure out what was wrong, spent over a week of rubbing my nads and whincing with a 'oooooof' every time I moved too quickly. After an hour of uploading some pictures to reddit under one of my million alt accounts a doctor in america told me what was wrong and his advice had the pain gone within 24 hours and the urine problem gone within 48 hours.

    Wouldnt usually recommend the internet for medical advice but I do recommend reddit as a place to ask things anonymously as having so many people on the site youll likely find the right person to answer your question, which goes back to the point about how pointless it is having a social website in 2016 unless youve millions of users already.
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  6. ONEDUNME

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    Glad it turned out well for you. I don't know much about Keaton. Is he the one who worked for the secret service and got killed or went missing on a diving mission? Or was that someone else. Then there was Harold Lloyd who did all the hanging off clocks at scary hights and stuff who only had two fingers on one hand.

    Have I got Keaton mixed up with someone else? It's bugging me to death. I know he had a stupid name.
  7. ONEDUNME

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    Buster Crabb or Krabb or whatever - that's who it was. Hang five
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    Disappearance[edit]
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    The Ordzhonikidze was a Sverdlov class cruiser similar to that shown in this photograph (Alexander Nevsky).
    MI6 recruited Crabb in 1956 to investigate the Soviet cruiser Ordzhonikidze that had taken Nikita Khrushchev and Nikolai Bulganin on a diplomatic mission to Britain.[4] According to Peter Wright in his book Spycatcher (1987), Crabb was sent to investigate theOrdzhonikidze's propeller, a new design that Naval Intelligence wanted to examine. On 19 April 1956, Crabb dived into Portsmouth Harbour and his MI6 controller never saw him again. Crabb's companion in the Sally Port Hotel took all his belongings and even the page of the hotel register on which they had written their names. Ten days later British newspapers published stories about Crabb's disappearance in an underwater mission.

    MI6 tried to cover up this espionage mission. On 29 April, under instructions from Rear Admiral J.G.T. Inglis OBE, the Director of Naval Intelligence,[3] the Admiralty announced that Crabb had vanished when he had taken part in trials of secret underwater apparatus in Stokes Bay on the Solent. The Soviets answered by releasing a statement stating that the crew of the Ordzhonikidze had seen a frogman near the cruiser on 19 April.

    British newspapers speculated that the Soviets had captured Crabb and taken him to the Soviet Union. The British Prime MinisterAnthony Eden apparently disapproved of the fact that MI6 had operated without his consent in the UK (the preserve of the Security Service, "MI5"). It is mistakenly claimed that Eden forced director-general John Sinclair to resign following the incident. In fact, he had determined to replace Sinclair with MI5 director-general Dick White before the incident.[5] Eden told MPs it was not in the public interest to disclose the circumstances in which the frogman met his end.[6][7]
  9. AnothrSpacecat

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    Buster Keaton was a comedian that was famous for doing stunts that probably wouldnt be legal today.
  10. ONEDUNME

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    Yeah I know who he was mate, Buster Crabbe was an actor. Couldn't remember which one of them ended up working for the secret service
  11. Punter

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    Good to see you about Spacecat :thumb

    I had an STD once, to the point where i had flames coming out the end of my dick. Actually, i'm not going to talk about it :cold
  12. AnothrSpacecat

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    I had it coming tbh, I joined a dating site this year and had some success with it, I'm just glad its behind me for now.

    It wasnt the sore urinary tract when pissing or the constant feeling like I need a piss that got to me, it was the restrictive pain of my right bollock being all swelled up that was the most annoying. Luckily I havent really had to work for the past year so I had the chance to heal up but it took reordering everything in my house to compensate for the restricted movement, I had to set my flat up like it was for a disabled person with everything up high :embarassed

    Have to say I have a ton more respect for people with arthritis, bad backs, bad knees or any other problem that makes moving about hard, I always just looked at them like lazy wimps who cant work through it but genuinely it fucked my life up for about 10 days.
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    I've felt like that for ages and put it down to getting old, I wonder If I've got a dose instead:unsure
  14. AnothrSpacecat

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    Sadly when it comes to your health I'm always an advocate for trusting your instincts. I'm defintiley not a young man anymore being in my 30's and I'm one of the youngest guys on this forum :embarassed
  15. Punter

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    Tinder, Spacecat?

    A lad at work reckons he's been getting a few rides on there. I'm tempted to go see what it's all about.
  16. AnothrSpacecat

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    Yep, as long as you have an open mind about it and keep expectations low theres pretty much no downside to putting a profile up, even if you never log in to the thing your phone will eventually pop up with messages.

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