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Old 17-11-20, 01:59 PM
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ASRock reveals five custom Radeon RX 6800 series GPUs

ASRock is ready for RDNA 2.



Read more about ASRock's custom Radeon RX 6800 series GPUs.

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Old 17-11-20, 02:13 PM
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Old taichi designs were much better... what on earth is this?
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Old 18-11-20, 09:30 AM
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Old taichi designs were much better... what on earth is this?
I find it the most appealing of the bunch

The somewhat dragoneques look of the middle fan has something.
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Old 18-11-20, 09:49 AM
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If they stripped the AsRock branding from Challenger Pro and said it was an Asus mid range card, I wouldn't doubt for a second.
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Old 18-11-20, 01:36 PM
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I find it the most appealing of the bunch

The somewhat dragoneques look of the middle fan has something.


Yup, pikey bracelet
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Old 18-11-20, 01:54 PM
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Yo man I think that p word is considered an ethnic slur nowadays don't think it's too appropriate nowadays
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Old 18-11-20, 04:10 PM
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Yo man I think that p word is considered an ethnic slur nowadays don't think it's too appropriate nowadays
I don't care what other people consider it. I am capable of thinking for myself.

I could always change it to "Do as you likey" but that would offend someone any way.

Best not to care really.

BTW, not that I should have to explain this but I actually have two silver bracelets like that (one with a name bar) that I wear for Christmas. So if any one doesn't see the humour in it I cannot help them.

I was raised when I was raised. I was taught the morals and values I was taught, and no one is going to tell me to ditch it all off like it was some big effing lie and pretend I feel differently about things. Screw that. That sounds far too much like bending over to me.

If any one needs blaming it was who raised me and I wouldn't even DARE to consider laying blame on them. They were just doing what they thought was right.
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Old 18-11-20, 04:18 PM
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Fair enough just felt we can effectively (Probably more effectively given international members not familiar with UK slang words) communicate the concept of "cheapness" without using a derogatory term frequently used against or referring to any one of a collection of nomadic minority ethnic groups (Travellers for non UK folk).
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Old 18-11-20, 04:29 PM
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Fair enough just felt we can effectively (Probably more effectively given international members not familiar with UK slang words) communicate the concept of "cheapness" without using a derogatory term frequently used against or referring to any one of a collection of nomadic minority ethnic groups (Travellers for non UK folk).
I'm just tired of being told what to think and how to feel. Utterly, utterly tired of it.

When I was diagnosed autistic I brought my whole life into question. Every single moment. What could I have said or done differently. This caused many years of inner turmoil, self blame and self loathing. Yet the conclusion, after almost a decade? stop thinking that no one else's poop stinks but your own and stop blaming yourself.

Whatever happened to sticks and stones? and "Ignore them and be the better person"? That is what I was taught to do, whether I wanted to beat the living pee out of someone or not. And I did it. And I got good at it.

I'm not surprised at all that so many these days don't know who they are. They are being liberally forced into things that maybe they are just not capable of. And thus pressure to perform is at a ridiculous high and people end up self questioning themselves so much they don't even know who or what they are.

I don't like it. At all. Passive aggression is more dangerous than physical aggression. Forcing someone against their will to change their entire thought process is not something I would ever entertain.

Thoughts and feelings are real. You can not program yourself to do otherwise. Otherwise every single time you speak or chat you need to think. Which I can tell you is absolutely exhausting.

For the past two years my care worker whom I pay £19 an hour two hours a week has been a lazy little slob. When I have an emergency (like having a chemical cosh prescribed because I am climbing the walls in illness) she forgot to collect my prescription. For nearly a month.

I asked her to read my meters (as that is what she supposedly is here for) on her way out two months ago. On her way out, past the meter, out the front door. She forgot, leaving me ill with worry for three weeks.

Yesterday I dared to write this to her in an email.

Overall xxxxxxxx I feel let down. I once asked you what would happen if anything happened to mum and you said I would be helped and given two hours a week. It’s upsetting that the money keeps vanishing from my account every week, yet every week I feel more and more alone. I don’t ask for much and I don’t like complaining, but its starting to make me very sad.

Which I don't think was bad at all. In fact, it was about as nice as I could be. Know what she did? threw a strop and passed it onto a higher up.

That is what we are making, those are who we are creating. She gets £19 an hour for old rope and if you DARE to say anything she throws her toys out of the pram.

So I think fat lazy little cow seems rather fitting. Maybe I should have been a little more honest in my approach rather than candy coating it?
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Old 18-11-20, 05:39 PM
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I never thought just not using slurs was so mentally taxing.
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