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(4 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Probably the best record I've never heard.

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(19 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Back to the days of your local cab firm telling you: "He's on his way", then.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-41358640

seanc80 wrote:

I hope you all have noted the bombing that Mother has received from da criticz

Not true. It's been quite a polarising film with some very good and some poor review. Poor reviews mind, from critics who I couldn't give a flying shite about/never heard of. And to be honest, would rather sit through something that had me going radge than some innocuous shite that is completely forgettable.

Will be going to see it this weekend. I may of course regret writing all of this.

Haha. My missus knows not to trust me after I recommended Snowtown for a cozy night in. Not been forgiven for that one. So had to watch The Levelling on my tod. It is good. Not sure it deserves all of the 5 star plaudits it got though.

Lol. I know. I'm terrible aren't I, Wally.

Grant. In other news: he's a ghost. And she's a man.

Only a moron would have missed the point of that paragraph.

Sorry mate. Baby Driver is shite.

Just watched 'Life'. And what a crock of old plop that was. For those of you who haven't had the misfortune of catching this. I will do you a favour and tell you that in the final scene, that Gyllenhaal bloke returns to Earth in the capsule with the Martian. Now before you get angry for giving the main twist away: trust me you should be thanking me for this. 1/5

Lady MacBeth. Rather good. Has the girl in it from 'The Falling'. A nugget of information which I sense will be almost entirely be lost on this board. 3.5/5.

Lego Batman. A right old laugh. Although probably too many jokes. None of which have I managed to plagiarise and shoehorn into a thread on this board. Yet. 3/5.

The Levelling. One of the best comedies I have seen this year. Highly recommended for a fun night in with your dutchess. 4/5.

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(44 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

chromosome_junction wrote:

change henry's custom title to "found-out plagiarizing tryhard cunt" imo

Breaking news, CJ. It's 2017 and you are on the internet. Even in that little shitehole that you call home, you must have realised that.

Anyhow. Aren't you the bellend that once said that your favourite Bedrock record, like evs, is Futureshock's "Sparc". You know. On the Bedrock board. No matter how bad things get, it's nothing compared to that little benchmark you set. You massive fanny.

Chinese sushi, Ed. Well done.

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(44 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Did you LOL though, Benson? A posh chortle, perhaps?

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(44 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Grant wrote:

Who gives a shite about facial recognition?

Very useful, IMO. Register with you best jizz face. And then when you get mugged and they tell you to unlock it, you'll get a hand job out of it at least.

I have a copy of Transitions 3, signed by John. On close inspection with my big magnifying glass, I spotted some grease marks and crumbs smeared all over the inlay. One can only assume that John was on the Ginsters on the morning of the big signing.

Chances are that Sasha will have a few Greggs lined up before commencing with the 1000 signatures. Will keep you updated on my findings.

Hard-earned money well and duly spuzzed all over this.

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(13 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Hop on board the Reach Around train to Teddington? Will there be cucumber sandwiches and crisps afterwards, Gentlemen?

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(13 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Are we talking here about top tips shared for cuckolding?

smallman1 wrote:

See you there HR.

They'll be 1600 people there, Ed. It will be very dark. And I will be in the other room. So, chances are you won't.

Will be going for Joel Mull. And bailing from that room when Henry Saiz turns up with his Enya and Mike Oldfield records.

Homegrove wrote:

Review embargo has been lifted, and they seem to be at worst lukewarm. Nobody is outright slating it that I've yet seen.

3 stars from Peter Bradshaw, Hanners. Enjoy!

https://www.theguardian.com/film/2017/s … wn-haunted

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(656 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

smashdad wrote:
Henry Rindhoops wrote:

And the 'education' part of that would not necessarily be a bad thing: we are all aware of the demographic that voted to leave.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/po … 81441.html

All of them Henry?  Is that how you view me?  Should I take such a simplistic view of you I wonder...

Stand down, Smashy. "Of the demographic" does not equate to "all".

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(656 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

And today he Tweeted the following:

I said: #Brexit = occasion to explain single market benefits in all countries, incl my own. We do not want to  "educate" or "teach lessons".

https://twitter.com/MichelBarnier

And the 'education' part of that would not necessarily be a bad thing: we are all aware of the demographic that voted to leave.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/po … 81441.html

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(656 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

^^^

Just found this video this morning which shares some of my sentiments regarding the predictability I alluded to. 18 mins long, but quite an interesting summation of what he believes is happening one year on:

https://news.liverpool.ac.uk/2017/07/31 … eferendum/

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(656 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Well. As predicted this is going very well:

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DIjbqXTXUAATMVg.jpg:large

The Other Side of Hope. A Finnish black comedy. Yes you read that correctly. Because as we know from Hannu's posts and recommendations over the years, Finns and 'comedy' are mutually exclusive. However, this is good. Highly recommended. 4/5

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(11 replies, posted in Mixes & Free Downloads)

Why did you name this one "Seabrook", Jamie. Did you ride on a horse naked down the beach on your hols?

Nice mix, btw. Obvs.