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(2,038 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Watched the first episode of Stranger Things, brilliant so far. Don't want to binge it, seems the sort of show you'd enjoy more if you slow play it.

Also the music is stellar. Downloaded the SURVIVE album and it was well worth it.

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(14 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Imagine my disappointment when i opened the thread and it wasn't about this:

http://www.thecannabist.co/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/marijuana-concentrates-dabbing-800x480.jpg

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(42 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Shitty quality and all no...

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Waiting for this fucker to get a digital release: https://www.discogs.com/Hubie-Davison-S … se/7803538

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(84 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

millsy23 wrote:
smallman1 wrote:

If dodgy clobber gets you into Berghain why didn't SeanC get in?

Too extreme for Berghain

lol. Too futuristic.

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(39 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Surprised this is getting another season.

http://www.theverge.com/2016/7/19/12226 … wo-netflix

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(41 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

lol ice ice baby.

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(84 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Just as long he insists on wearing the sparkly silver numbers on his feet as well.

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(41 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

I'll play.

Cherry Garcia or anything with cookie dough.

The new Jesse Owens movie, "Run", was a pretty decent watch. 7/10

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(66 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

millsy23 wrote:

lol aplenty at the descriptions of Indian travellers. Is it racist if its true?

While some of the shit Dave was spewing was border line.

I generally have a if you can't take it, don't dish it attitude to all this: https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-most- … e=a9774734

We can be pretty shit, if i'm being honest.

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(66 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Speaking of orangy gold on display. This was pretty macabre:

http://gawker.com/indias-famous-gold-sh … 1783743222

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(66 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

I can't disagree... we're pretty fucking terrible. Treating the airhostesses like servants, the cutting lines, the funky smells because we insist on carrying samosas and pakodas on the plane etc.

But man, those arabs. Did my head in.

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(66 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

More the leg room than it being bumpy, Dave. Oh and the shitty food and the long ass lines to check in.

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(66 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

dutchy101 wrote:
Diminished Responsibility wrote:

And I will never travel by Malaysian Airlines again.

Same goes for a lot of people recently.

ha. Was definitely nervous.

Thought the given 30KGs and a free meal would make it worth it, but hell no. Far less leg room than Air Asia even, and was a bumpy flight both ways.

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Back in the grind.

T'was a good trip... pretty much nailed it with the hotels and the locations.

3 nights in the Capitol right in the middle of everything at Bukit Bintang... everything was literally a 5 minute walk (Jalan Alor, Pavillion Mall etc), and given the price per night - it was an absolute steal. This area reminded me of Bangkok without the sleaze. It's a bit grimey but the food is cheap and delicious. There's a chinese food-court in a basement, under the Lot 10 mall, definitely go there for a meal if you're ever in KL. Had a drinking sesh on changkat street too which was fun.

We did two nights in Langkawi and did exactly what I said. Chilled by the pool, ordered lots of room service, got properly drunk through the day. Definitely recommend the hotel, we stayed at The Danna. About $400 per night, but you get about $30 a day for food and beverage. It's a 5 star hotel, but because malaysia only has 5% tax... it doesn't pinch at all. The property was beautiful, as were the rooms and the pool. Did talk to a few people and they said Langkawi is like the Goa of Malaysia, so it's a bit "commercial" and the beaches aren't the best. Wish we stayed one more day so we could do some touristy stuff like the cable cars through the rain forests and all. 

Came back to KL and stayed in Sentral for two nights, which is more like Singapore. Cleaner, lots of high rises etc. Did the steam boat at this place called Bone & Pot - apparently a franchise all over the far east. This is a must... what a meal it was.

Spent way too much money at Uniqlo... but it was all worth it. Love that store, waiting for it to come to India. Do you guys have it in the US and UK?

Also, anyone who says Indians are the worst travelers have never traveled with the chinese or the arabs. Cutting lines galore, really loud, constantly holding up lines because they're arguing about their over weight baggage, let their kids run wild... jesus. The whole trip was amazing, but the actual travelling was a mindfuck. The airport in KL has to be the most inefficient i've every been too. And I will never travel by Malaysian Airlines again.

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(118 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Alanis levels of irony. http://mashable.com/2016/07/08/dallas-p … es-matter/

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(66 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Dermatron wrote:

Yep totally agree. Avoid Scotland.

lol.

and a lol for comer.

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(66 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Beijing Dave wrote:
Diminished Responsibility wrote:

Gonna smash the peking duck roast pork combo next week. Can't wait.

A side of shrimp dumpling soup and plate of steamed bak choi, along with an extra serving of plum sauce.

No wonder you're such a fat bastard, fat belly popping out of your chuddies.

Marriage hasn't been kind in the fitness department, admittedly.

@Smalls - Had a slip disc last year, so had to stop running. Gonna get back at it after this Malaysia trip.

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(66 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Gonna smash the peking duck roast pork combo next week. Can't wait.

A side of shrimp dumpling soup and plate of steamed bak choi, along with an extra serving of plum sauce.

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In terms of the street food culture and general taste in the far east - the Vietnamese are more focused on serving unique, subtle flavoured food rather than the others who love to blast you with spice.

You're right though, can't compare to the Japanese.

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(66 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Not a big fan of Vietnamese food and have had my fair share. But even my friends are saying Vietnam sits on top when it comes to food.

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had me for a second there dave, with the chinese spitting all over Langkawi and all. Still need to book the hotel.

Friend has strongly recommended "Din Tai Fung" in KL. Been a while since I've had some real dim-sum, unfortunately the Yauatcha here in Bangalore has gone down hill. Looking forward to that. Staying in a hotel that's right next to Jalon Alor - so hopefully some epic spicy ramen breakfasts will happen.

Have to say Bangkok set the bar pretty high, mostly because it's such great value for money when it comes to food. Singapore in that sense is a tad bit pricey.

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(66 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Mostly going for the food Dermo, and chilling on the beach at Langkawi.

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ahh forgot to mention, there are some grizzly as fuck pictures of the murder scene and the victims in that OJ doc. Scarring.