great mix.

Diminished Responsibility wrote:

Trying to understand why a bonafide Anglophile wouldn't want to man-up and contribute to the first glorious trip to his very own promised land?

He's already said, his girlfriend said no way

This is going Mrs Brown's Boys bad...

Get it together Ed, I fear there's about to be a run on the banks

Did you know one in every two and a half men is HIV positive?

I'll watch just about anything Aaron Sorkin writes. I thought the Social Network was pretty good, and that was about fucking Facebook.

Some of his interviews are really kind of great, too.

I think I'm late to the party, how do I donate?

I'm sure this is really just a veiled "the book is better than the movie!" comment, but I thought Black Mass was pretty poor. It didn't begin to get to the depth of the collusion between Bulger and the FBI. 5/10.


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North face is the brand of the commoner in the US, Ed. You can't walk down the block without seeing this.


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I think I may spring for a classic peacoat this winter, though I've already a few too many coats in the closet.

Is there a kickstarter or something? I will donate the american equivalent of 20 if and only if Loops promises to post no Movember pictures this year.


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Thank you sir.

Has Deutschland 83 been mentioned, love it.


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where's the goddamn dl link

Great mix Damo! Lot of mileage out of this one.....

What a load of shite.

Meek Mills has done it again!

Loved this one, has gotten a boatload of plays

liquitech1 wrote:

What about next year in the US when you'll have a whole block of voters who'll vote for Sarah Palin if she runs. Every 4 years the brainwashed are fooled into thinking the 'other guy' is the real answer. That's where the system is's not the system itself, it's the participants...

Right, they'll be plenty nutters who would vote for Sarah Palin, hence the reason for the rest of us to get out and vote for, say, Hilary Clinton. It may not make all the difference you want (it won't), but it's a far cry from the alternative.

seanc80 wrote:

Watched Birdman. Not sure what the love-in is all about for this. Thought it was fairly shitet, over-hyped much like the rest of the screeners i've seen this year.


I liked the Imitation Game.


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Been wanting to see this, thanks.

Loved The Fall, though the end was disappointing on some level.

The Roger Ebert docu was good.

"Chef" was stupid.

Some of these reviews of "They Dared To Dream: How Rodgers' Liverpool Went So Close" are fantastic: … roduct_top

"Football? Bloody hell!", as Bill Shankly once said.

By the final chapter of this book I was kneeling on the floor of my living room, floods of tears pattering onto my replica kit, wailing like a hysterical gibbon. My dogs, Rushie and Aldo, wailed in solidarity with me. They understood; my wife didn't. I felled her with a right hook.

Imagine if all you ever wanted was a carrot cake, and then, after 25 years without one, you see your most loyal friend walking towards your house smiling, carrying a carrot cake with your name on it. As he reaches your drive, he tumbles calamitously into a ditch. You rush out to find him writhing in agony amongst a cakey-muddy mess, a hungry raven pecking at his flesh. That is how we Liverpool fans feel about the 13/14 season (the raven is Tony Pulis, by the way).

This book is not just some cynical cash-in to make money out of Irish people. Paul Tomkins has truly encapsulated the modern-day Liverpool Football Club experience in literary form: the misty-eyed sentimentality, the endless self-mythologizing and, above all, the abject, humiliating failure. YNWA.

I just started Apple Tree Yard so good to see a thumbs up for it here.

Also reading Edward St Aubyn's Patrick Melrose novels and some dystopian thriller nonsense called "Red Rising."

Big Fella wrote:

That Orange Black thing is rubbish, women's fodder.