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jamie wrote:

think I got my first pair of 'branded' trainers then.

pretty sure they were Puma Set. Lovely white trainers that were 'christened' with muddy shoes as soon as I wore them into the playground smile

The "christening" sounds about right. I broke my toe when I was 13/14 so was allowed to wear trainers instead of shoes (quite a strict school with regards uniform). The trainer on the foot with the broken toe was left alone, the other one was pretty much trodden on all day! They looked like they belonged to different pairs by the end of the day...

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mr rossi wrote:

'85 must be about the time of adidas kick

Got my first pair of Kick in 82.

The reason I know that is because I wasn't allowed "branded" trainers until I was 10 sad

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steelydan wrote:

Some winners in here

http://lovevintageadidas.com/adidas-trainer-list/

Some great classics on that, as a kid I really wanted a pair of Oregons

Dermatron wrote:

What he's done is nothing short of a miracle imo. I dont actually know how he's got such a shit side playing such good football.

It's a Christmas miracle! big_smile

Dermatron wrote:

Definitely not the type of result we are so used to of the last 10 years.

Im back in May too. Will be attending al play off shenanigans. But obv we are going auto promotion .

We actually seem like a totally different team, playing really good football. Automatic promotion will be tricky, but not impossible if we keep playing like we have been.

Dermatron wrote:

4-1 away.

MOT  (its our year!)

I'm starting to think it might be!

Merry Christmas everyone, let's be nice to each other. For a couple of days anyway... wink

jamie wrote:

seeing this has made me realise that it's about 25 years since I watched the original.

I know there are a few versions of it out now but I wondered which one is the best to watch now? The original / directors cut / The final cut etc?

I seem to remember Kermode did a doc on the film too - is that worth tracking down?

The best documentary by far is "Dangerous Days". It's 3 and a half hours long and superb. It's on the blu-ray final cut, and the 5 disc dvd boxset (also available from less legit sources)....

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1080585/

feelikaspew miteneedaputu wrote:
TitianWarrior wrote:
smallman1 wrote:

Titian could do with some etiquette and politeness lessons.

Is it not a statement of fact?
There is a link to download part 2, so surely no download option for part 1 is an oversight? Which is what I was pointing out.

I'm one of the most polite people on here... So, fuck you knobhead!!! wink

fixed mate

Lovely stuff, cheers.

smallman1 wrote:

Titian could do with some etiquette and politeness lessons.

Is it not a statement of fact?
There is a link to download part 2, so surely no download option for part 1 is an oversight? Which is what I was pointing out.

I'm one of the most polite people on here... So, fuck you knobhead!!! wink

There doesn't seem to be the option to download part 1?

smallman1 wrote:

This is mustard.

I've even canned by 4pm Friday chocolate bar so I don't lose my groove.

I'll have to have my biscuit and raisin yorkie another time.

Yorkies taste like dirt, terrible chocolate

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Saw it last night, enjoyed it... 8/10

There's very little festive spirit in this thread smile

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Wally wrote:
TitianWarrior wrote:
Grant wrote:

Anyone else tried the PSVR?

There's a demo of Resident Evil available at the minutes - it's supposed to scare the living shit out of you.  Even Batman was a bit jumpy - it creates quite a claustrophobic environment.

I've tried it, I was very impressed, but not enough to buy one. I have a sneaky feeling that it's just going to die, like 3D and motion controllers have...

It needs a killer app and support from the big players - unfortunately no one knows quite what to do with it. It only really works for cockpit style or slow moving stuff (otherwise you get a sense of nausea due to your eyes getting different info from your vestibular system) so because you can't do FPS's people don't have any ideas and won't invest the millions needed.

I think it's got more of a chance that the other stuff you listed but it still needs that magic thing.

Toying with getting myself one for Xmas - it really could be the next big thing - fingers crossed.

I did toy with the idea myself, but I'm going to hang fire. I reckon my mate KP would lend me his if I asked him nicely.

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Wally wrote:

Dishonoured is an absolutely class game - it's why I'm keeping #2 as my Xmas game, so I can sit down and play it properly / take my time with it.

Highly recommended.

I might check out the sequel then, cheers Wallly.

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Wally wrote:

Just finished the Battlefield 1 SP campaign - quite enjoyable and reasonably tasteful given the subject matter. Worth playing.

The brits don't get a very good showing in it like - The Royal air force / flying core mission has you playing a all American hero yank (quelle surpris) who sneaks in and in another mission they artilery shell their own men in a fuck up.

Titanfall 2 next, then Dishonoured 2, then the Last Guardian.

So much to play at the moment. No wonder these games aren't selling as much as they used to.

I've just ordered Rise of the Tomb Raider as my "Christmas game", I was thinking of getting Dishonoured 2 as well, I've not played the first one though.

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Grant wrote:

Anyone else tried the PSVR?

There's a demo of Resident Evil available at the minutes - it's supposed to scare the living shit out of you.  Even Batman was a bit jumpy - it creates quite a claustrophobic environment.

I've tried it, I was very impressed, but not enough to buy one. I have a sneaky feeling that it's just going to die, like 3D and motion controllers have...

smallman1 wrote:

Fair weather fans, gotta love'em.

Just because I'm not posting in this thread, doesn't mean I'm fair weather. I've seen them get beaten by Sheffield United on a wet Tuesday night in League 1!

PS.

I'm not taking "Fair Weather" literally, it's just a coincidence it was wet....

Done. It's quite telling that I didn't bother to update it last year!

Dermatron wrote:

My only worry is if we miss out Monk will be off. Only on a season contract. That'll be us fucked again big time.

Yep, we need to keep him.

Dermatron wrote:

I had a bet in 2004 with a dipper for 50 quid that we would get promoted back into the prem before they won it.

G'waaaaaaan

MOT

We certainly seem to be playing like a team, a decent one at that! Not getting my hopes up yet, but let's see how the festive period of games pan out.

smallman1 wrote:

Edward Oliver Smallman dances to to the beat of of his own drum!

And talks about himself in the third person it seems.........

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La Nausee wrote:
TitianWarrior wrote:
303 abuser wrote:

season 2 is really good.

I struggled to get into season 2, I'll have to give it another go at some point.

Watched it but thought it was crap, tbh. Money for old rope.

Did you like the first series?

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303 abuser wrote:
Dermatron wrote:

I have, however, been enjoying the prequel 'Better Call Saul'.

season 2 is really good.

I struggled to get into season 2, I'll have to give it another go at some point.