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    (Original post by Whiggy)
    This is an amazing idea! Do they really plant the trees, though?
    It's from Earth Hour and Johnnie Walker is a big company so I shouldn't think they'd lie, especially when it doesn't cost that much to plant trees.

    They may just be genuinely nice or doing it for corporate responsibility quota, but even in the worst case, I can imagine they'd just be interested in seeing who's searching for what alcohol companies and what their customers go on so I don't mind.
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    #trump2016
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    (Original post by Aph)
    I do hope that everyone enjoyed Europe day today by singing Ode to Joy and saluting our flag.
    My salute looked a bit like this:

    :giggle:
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    (Original post by Little Toy Gun)
    It's from Earth Hour and Johnnie Walker is a big company so I shouldn't think they'd lie, especially when it doesn't cost that much to plant trees.

    They may just be genuinely nice or doing it for corporate responsibility quota, but even in the worst case, I can imagine they'd just be interested in seeing who's searching for what alcohol companies and what their customers go on so I don't mind.
    Yeah, hopefully they will plant the trees then!

    I think that's a debatable issue. I personally think that it's an infringement on people's rights if the company is snooping without expressed consent. There's probably some small print somewhere, so I'm not overly bothered either TBH.
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    I'm really enjoying 'Up Late With Rylan' on Channel 5 so far! I hope its ratings are somewhat successful.
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    Is anyone else's circadian cycle totally messed up and uncontrollable?
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    (Original post by Whiggy)
    Is anyone else's circadian cycle totally messed up and uncontrollable?
    Not good for thon cortisol

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    Helping a US friend with some basic maths. We've been working through #8. Look at the answer in the back. 'Murricah.


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    (Original post by Whiggy)
    Is anyone else's circadian cycle totally messed up and uncontrollable?
    Yep:yep: Thanks, TSR :yy:


    (Original post by TheDefiniteArticle)
    Helping a US friend with some basic maths. We've been working through #8. Look at the answer in the back. 'Murricah.


    Is it bad that I've forgotten enough of GCSE maths not to be able to do either of those questions?
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    (Original post by TheDefiniteArticle)
    Helping a US friend with some basic maths. We've been working through #8. Look at the answer in the back. 'Murricah.


    Errors are hardly uncommon in textbooks

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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    Errors are hardly uncommon in textbooks

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    This is true, but at least they normally retain some semblance of the correct answer. Aside from having '5' and 'x' in it, I have precisely no idea how they've reached this conclusion.
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    (Original post by TheDefiniteArticle)
    This is true, but at least they normally retain some semblance of the correct answer. Aside from having '5' and 'x' in it, I have precisely no idea how they've reached this conclusion.
    Depending on how exactly what they use to write it works, it could be that they wrote "5 1/x" instead of "5+1/x" and it merged the two. IDK.
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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    Errors are hardly uncommon in textbooks

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    Edexcel A-Level maths textbooks have an infuriating number of errors.
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    (Original post by cranbrook_aspie)
    Yep:yep: Thanks, TSR :yy:



    Is it bad that I've forgotten enough of GCSE maths not to be able to do either of those questions?
    I finally managed to get some sleep. It was a struggle though!

    Haha, I know people who couldn't even do it at GCSE!
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    Terrible scenes in Munich knifeman stabs 4 people 1 dead shouting " Allahu Akbar "
    But remember it has absolutely nothing to do with Islam .... And we should welcome muliculturism with open arms
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    (Original post by TheDefiniteArticle)
    Helping a US friend with some basic maths. We've been working through #8. Look at the answer in the back. 'Murricah.


    I would laugh but I'm not 100% sure myself. It's 5x + 1 / x surely in its lowest form no?

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    (Original post by hazzer1998)
    Terrible scenes in Munich knifeman stabs 4 people 1 dead shouting " Allahu Akbar "
    But remember it has absolutely nothing to do with Islam .... And we should welcome muliculturism with open arms
    I hope the Swedish story is sensationalised as well (lodger rapes 10 year old)

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    (Original post by hazzer1998)
    Terrible scenes in Munich knifeman stabs 4 people 1 dead shouting " Allahu Akbar "
    But remember it has absolutely nothing to do with Islam .... And we should welcome muliculturism with open arms
    Is there a group of people, preferably foreign, you quite like for us to demonstrate them to be a bunch of evil, murderous ***** so we can keep them out too?
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    Saracen's Fez: something tells me you aren't moving back in; cranbrook_aspie, we did notice the paint job and will see you in court.
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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    Is there a group of people, preferably foreign, you quite like for us to demonstrate them to be a bunch of evil, murderous ***** so we can keep them out too?
    When did i mention foreigners ?
 
 
 
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