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11 hours ago, Craig fae the Vale said:

My smart meter is saying we've spent 40 grands worth of electricity today.  The Internet suggests its a display issue which is relatively common but either way they'll not be getting that amount.

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Maybe they've included your drink bill.

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14 hours ago, DA Baracus said:

Crowd shaming.

Aye, we know Livingston don't have big crowds. They never will. 

So what? I think it's incredibly wanky to cry about their support. At least their fans support their team rather than Sevco or Celtic.

I think the tweet by this website is exceptionally wanky and pretty pish behaviour.

Agreed. The worst bit is that it seems to aimed, at least in part, at the fans that do go which is bit silly really.

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You are all really old.
I sat Standard Grade Italian under two different Governments. We did the Listening and Reading papers on the Wednesday, then had Thursday off for the 1997 General Election, and had the Writing paper on the Friday
I think Italy had four different governments in the same period.
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Hand dryers, public hand dryers.

I don't think they have ever dried my hands properly. The Dyson ones come close but I still end up using my jeans/joggers for the last bit. They'd be as well hanging up a pair of trousers to let folk dry their hands properly.

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5 hours ago, johnnydun said:

Hand dryers, public hand dryers.

I don't think they have ever dried my hands properly. The Dyson ones come close but I still end up using my jeans/joggers for the last bit. They'd be as well hanging up a pair of trousers to let folk dry their hands properly.

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On 30/09/2022 at 18:40, sugna said:

Arsehole attempt by the Guardian to weasel out of a clear mistake.

Also, taking the "general" (by which is apparently meant 'highly specific") sense, the assertion is still clearly incorrect.

Counterexample: 10 households, 9 paying £100, the other paying £1000. The average in the sense intended is the median: £100; 10% of households pay more than (that) average.

QEb*****dingD

The median would be the midpoint between 100 and 1000. In this case it would be 550.

The mode would be 100.

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5 minutes ago, velo army said:

The median would be the midpoint between 100 and 1000. In this case it would be 550.

The mode would be 100.

Are you saying the median of 100,100,100,100,100,100,100,100,100,1000 is 550?

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