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lol haven't touched the blog for years dermo. Felt like I peaked with the howells interview and getting featured on a RA feed. Was never the same after that. Plus, becoming a corporate yuppie never helped.

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Big Fella wrote:

Are we passing facts or opinions here?

haha just opinion bf. Don't think this piece of shit has even released yet.

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lol i haven't watched it to comment! You can't approach this movie at face value is all im saying.

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Feel like it'll be one of those don't know whether to laugh or cry situations dermo. So bad, it's good.

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When i first saw this i was 100% sure this was a funny or die pisstake.

Should be hilarious if we're all being honest with ourselves.

Gotta find that 128 sweet spot bro.

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Did a little digging and this guy is solid.

Yant wrote:
Homegrove wrote:

Last movie I went to see by myself was Scream 2. I don't know why I don't do it more often, nothing weird about it, it's not like you'd want to talk to your friend or spouse during the movie. Unless you're American apparently.

Agree.  I go by myself all the time.  Usually to the last showing of the night so there's no other cunt in there to ruin it for you.  Empty cinema to myself.  Great!

It gets a bit sad as you get seated and you're all by yourself.

Then you realize you don't have to worry about smalltalk or sharing your caramel popcorn and it all makes sense.

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Glad to be of service fellas.

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(29 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Meow!

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Xiaomi > Samsung

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Came across some Top 10 listicle about the greatest fights ever... this was the one I felt compelled to watch after. Brutal.

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oh fuck off i'm pretty spot on (if i do say so myself) with my tv movie reccos.

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(26 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

New Tom Hardy movie on the krays... that should be good!

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(31 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Royal Blood are a proper proper band.  #Brighton Nicely done, Great Britain.

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Their boiler room set is ace too.

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Big fan of "When We On", but this new one, which released this week Beijing Dave, does the business.

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Give it a listen, great for summer vibes.

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Haven't bought a DVD or BluRay in ages. Once in a while I'll pick up the DVD of a good hindi movie just for the subtitles.

Not a big fan of the kindle, but that's mainly because I collect graphic novels. That being said, I've got a holiday lined up in june where I just want to read, eat and chill by the pool... a kindle would have been nice.

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yawn.

BSPF making a comeback.

Prodigy's Poison during my Eastbourne days. Still remember the fella who introduced me to it, Chris Nicholls. Hasn't aged well at all. A bit cheese ball actually.

Followed by Block Rocking Beats - Chemical Brothers, through the video. And then it was pretty much all Fat of The Land. Gotta say Right Here, Right Now, wouldn't be fair if I skipped that album.

Got a bit wayward after that, listening to the likes of Deftones, Queens of the Stone Age and Tool.

I only truly understood what prog and S&D were about when my sister played Northern Exposure (east coast) while our group was 'coming down' after a night out on the cheekies - way back in 2001. I'd heard San Fran and Digweed's Bedrock plenty of times before that but during that time it never did anything for me... don't what it was about East Coast that completely switched me from angst-driven alternative music to straight pill-popping muscular prog. Must have been that chicane/furry freaks vocal and probably little bullet too.

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According to the true boxing fans, it was a masterclass from Mayweather. The general social media yuppies, however, thought it was all Pacman. I personally thought it was boring as fuck and stopped caring by round 4.

I could imagine watching it without commentary would tell a different story.

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Couldn't get past the first episode of Bloodline, will have to give it another go.

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I'm feeling the velcro Sean, nice won.

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Dan Harwood wrote:

I'm assuming the Board will be on the guest list for your impending nuptials, Rouses?

Yup! We've timed it so people who live outside India can do their annual Goa trip with all the music festivals etc in late December and then drop by to Bangalore for the wedding. Actually thinking we might do a Goa trip with friends post the wedding, as a youngster party of sorts.

@derms - It's not really like that. more often than not, you have the awkward meeting with both parents while you chit chat with the girl/boy... you both decide you want to take it further after that first meeting. Go on a couple of dates, maybe have some cheeky sex and then take a call on marriage. That's how it worked with my friend at least.

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Big Fella wrote:

Getting married didn't even bother me, having a kid has taken about 20 years off my life expectancy though.

Think I've bought myself 4 years in the kids department. But if it's anything like how this wedding is being planned, I'm pretty sure I've only bought myself a year and a half.