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(49 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

ideally that frozen picnic in montreal.

or scunthorpe

gotta love sbando for that archiving that he does

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(19 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

i never tire of big hero 6
i never tire of big hero 6
i never tire of big hero 6
i never tire of big hero 6
i never tire of big hero 6
i never tire of big hero 6
i never tire of big hero 6
i never tire of big hero 6
i never tire of big hero 6
i never tire of big hero 6
i never tire of big hero 6
i never tire of big hero 6
i never tire of big hero 6
i never tire of big hero 6
i never tire of big hero 6
i never tire of big hero 6

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(19 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Rob, I have seen every pixar/disney/cartoon movie at least 50 times, usually in a row.

5

(19 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

see thread about watching a movie twice in a year

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(85 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

im not saying i wouldn't watch Vera read the safety card for the entirety of the flight from JFK to SIN.

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(48 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

like we would waste fine dining on your lot

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(85 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Homegrove wrote:
Big Fella wrote:

Jules = Alan Whicker

I've said this before but Jules =

http://i.imgur.com/tNEYTed.jpg


the number of people who called and insisted that i watched this was incredible.

except for Vera Farmiga, why would i want to watch a movie about last Tuesday.

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(48 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

yeah, the smog is that bad where you are.

i forgot

10

(48 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

plus we have banned loopy so that is an added bonus

11

(85 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

ooooooh, sexy mustache

12

(85 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Ncable wrote:

Stopped buying DVDs and CDs ages ago. Books on the other hand, are a necessity for anyone who maintains an above average intellect and must continue to be purchased ad infinitum.

Kindle is the work of Satan. The equivalent of eating caviar off a paper plate with plastic cutlery. A disgrace.

not when you travel over 100K miles a year for work and have to haul your current book, the book the read when you are finished the current one, a backup book in case #2 sucks and then book 4 & 5 because the book selection at the tokyo and frankfurt airports blow chunks. bringing a kindle against 3-4000 pages of paper is worth its weight against the cost of physio to my back. not to mention newspapers and magazines.

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(85 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

still buy but mostly because we travel and can't rely on local connections, particularly for the kids. we had two nights in St. Kitts without power this spring and so it was fire up the generator at the house and put in a movie to ride out the storm.

switched to a kindle as I was always hauling around 4 - 5 books on a business trip and now everything is contained in one unit but i still buy hardcovers of books that I really like and want to keep.

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(48 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

303 abuser wrote:
smallman1 wrote:

Go to America DuFunk.

or at least montreal.


this

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(48 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

nothing like a good june snowstorm in alberta to move the spirits

Beijing Dave wrote:

Sean Cusick sounds like an Irish name to me.

he could be irish, he finds loopy bothersome

MattBlack wrote:
deadhead wrote:

It will be interesting to see cancellations stats on some of the high profile DJs out there... some seem to do it more often than others.

I think Digweed would rank very low on that list.. I don't even recall a canceled event by him but I am sure he has a few.

I don't remember him cancelling but I remember him having to cut short a set because he had bad flu

he had a cut short a set at stereo in montreal once as he had a set in toronto that night. it was noon so we forgave him.

another great florantine joint is la giostra


http://www.ristorantelagiostra.com

Back on topic


Andina (Peruvian) on the Shoreditch High Street.

twas most enjoyable. modern takes on the some classics and not too much pisco.

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(73 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

zackster wrote:

felix failed to point out that berghain had a black headliner on the night that he was treated so unfairly.

cotton club


wasn't hawtin or some such also booted from the door years ago?

Beijing Dave wrote:

I wouldn't have called it hipster either, hipster to me is stuff like Bon Iver, Fleet Foxes, bad folk music and obscure and slightly overrated electronic stuff like Actress.

The Smiths have always been too big to be called 'hipster'.

didn't say that the smiths were 'hipster', the intention was that so many people loved the track when it was released, was on so many top 10 lists but now it is not cool or it sucks because it was over played.

over played? definitely. still a great song though.

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(22 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

he had 400 or 500 followers on the goo

how soon is now is the perfect example of hipsterism at its finest. it is a great song, was admittedly overplayed and now everyone hates it for that, including morrissey.

fuck it, it is still a great song.

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(22 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

sasa savic IMO

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(159 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

this has gotten me over Tiger's woes