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Baldsploitation films were popular in the 1930s

(monkeon, Mon 29 Jun, 22:44, 4 replies)

(Ham o' Shatner, Mon 29 Jun, 11:09, 8 replies)
Sandi Toksvig

(Ninj, Fri 26 Jun, 13:44, 9 replies)
Now I know where I've seen the Partick Thistle mascot before

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(Scaryduck, Mon 22 Jun, 19:25, 12 replies)
Look, some of us are just a little more equal than others...

(AdrianJ, Sat 20 Jun, 14:36, 1 replies)
Full of JFF ideas

(Frogbeat, Thu 18 Jun, 21:23, 7 replies)
So, yeah.

(Mr. Tea, Thu 18 Jun, 13:31, 9 replies)
Trumps 4 Prez

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B3ta newsletter 668, is here to stay so get used to it. Loads of good stuff - but check out the Action Man PTSD animation.
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published by rob on 26th Jun at 6pm
Happy Anniversary

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linked to by buffet_the_appetite_slayer on 30th Jun at 4pm
Question of the Week
Festivals II
It's that time of year again

I was at a free festival outside Worthing in the early 90s, expounds Richard mcbeef off the internet. A bloke went mental on the dancefloor and started hitting people. He was restrained, calmed down, but then did it again, a good three times more. Eventually he was pursued around the arena by an ever-growing number of people, like in Benny Hill. He was chased into a massive nettle patch and ended up tied to a chair.

Tell us your festival experiences.
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asked on 25th Jun at 9am
This week we're helping out the follicly challenged by crafting some fancy wigs. Show us your Toupées, hairpieces and maybe even some comedy fake beards, but lets steer clear of merkins for once.
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set by HappyToast on 25th Jun at 8am
B3ta newsletter 667, out now - if you see one thing make sure you check out the construction workers play whack-a-mole.
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published by rob on 19th Jun at 3pm
Question of the Week
Funny Stories
On a school trip, a boy in my brother's class crapped himself down a Dutch mine, writes Richard mcbeef off the Internet. The teachers tried to blame the smell on sulphur but the truth came out when they left the mine, as the boy was wearing chinos with massive dark brown streaks running down the back of his legs.

Do you have a funny story of your own?
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asked on 18th Jun at 12pm
We've got a pixel challenge with a prize this week!
Draw something wonderful that is only 25x25 pixels in size and see it made in to a fantastic blanket by the very clever Smash Monkey.
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set by HappyToast on 18th Jun at 7am
Question of the Week
Not Getting the Job
Muns asks - Did you blag your way through a job interview, only to be caught out? Is your photography portfolio full of other peoples work? Did your potential employers google your name, before offering you a lucrative contract and discover something from your past you would rather forget? How did you fail to get the job?
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asked on 11th Jun at 12pm
Everyone loves llamas, so lets spend a week photoshopping and animating their fuzzy faces.
And to show we aren't biased we're going to include their funny fuzzier cousins the alpaca.
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set by HappyToast on 10th Jun at 8pm
Bad Sponsors
Everything is sponsored these days, tv shows, films, sports teams, pop group tours etc. Sometimes the sponsor makes sense, other times less so, but it can almost always be more inappropriate. Spend the week messing with these lucrative branding deals in ways that make us laugh.
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set by HappyToast on 4th Jun at 7am
The Devil has made us write B3ta newsletter 666, is up and ready to go. Standout item? Servalan from Blake's Seven sings Pink Floyd.
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published by rob on 29th May at 7pm
Question of the Week
Life Hacks
Sometimes you find the cheat mode when everyone else is struggling to get something done. What are your little tricks to making life easier? Bonus points for pics or diagrams.
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asked by McChinaman on 28th May at 4pm
It's a week of gnashers, choppers, grills and Hampstead Heath. Brush up your old pictures and pull out some new ones. Show us your teeth and make us smile.
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set by HappyToast on 28th May at 7am
B3ta newsletter 665, is up and ready to go. If you look at just one thing: Jeremy Clarkson reviewing Amstrad games.
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published by rob on 22nd May at 3pm
Question of the Week
Films Recommendations
What's the best or most interesting film you've seen recently? Tell us what you got out of it and why we should watch it.
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asked by McChinaman on 21st May at 12pm
Dog Albums
This week we're running down the canine hit parade.
Show us the albums (and singles) that make dogs wag their tails. From Pink Floyd's Bark side of the moon to Run DMC's Walkies this way.
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set by HappyToast on 21st May at 7am
B3ta newsletter 664, out now - and if you check out one thing make sure you play the Friday game - so addictive.
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published by rob on 15th May at 6pm
Question of the Week
Party Tricks and Secret Talents
Everyone (okay, *most* people) has a party trick or little piece of skill they can pull out when they need to show off. Tell us how you impressed everyone (then drove away in your Honda Accord), or alternatively how you fell flat on your face.
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asked by McChinaman on 14th May at 5pm
We really want to see those fingers.
Show us your digits, your chocolate fingers, fish fingers and sponge lady fingers, craft plasticine models with your own hands or send us your finger paintings.
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set by HappyToast on 14th May at 8am
Lets start the week with an extra image challenge, one word... GOATS! Give us your goats in all their horned, terrifying eyed, hairy chinned glory.
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set by HappyToast on 11th May at 1pm
B3ta newsletter 663, out now - frankly it should have been issue 666 seeing what election result we got.
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published by rob on 8th May at 5pm
Question of the Week
My Deep Secret
Got something that's eating you up inside, something deep, dark and scary? Why not tell the internet? You'll feel better, probably.
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asked by McChinaman on 7th May at 4pm
Bad Advice
The world is full of bad advice, be it hard to follow product instructions, scientifically unsound Hollywood plots or just stuff your parents told you.
Show us the worst suggestions people have offered you. Or just photoshop Viz's top tips.
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set by HappyToast on 7th May at 8am
Royal Baby
Duchess Kate is popping out a new sprog to rule over us as we type this. The worlds press want to know all the details, what it looks like, what it's called, the colour of the hospital curtains, everything. So lets tell them in our own delightful way.
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set by HappyToast on 2nd May at 8am
B3ta newsletter 662, out now - You should read this - it's packed this week and the spelling is AMAZING because we wrote it two pints in after afternoon drinking. Also contains the "world's most un-viral dog!"
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published by rob on 1st May at 6pm
Question of the Week
Encounters with politicians
Have you ever met your elected representative and had a meaningful and rewarding discussion with them? Nope, me neither. Tell us about your encounters with the vote-hungry election blaggers.
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asked by McChinaman on 30th Apr at 6pm
British Superheroes and Villains
People are crazy for Marvel and DC's very American superheroes, but the British superheroes of literature have been somewhat lacklustre. Design an impressive but still very British super goodie or baddie.
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set by HappyToast on 30th Apr at 7am