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(62 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Rave Prodigy > Heavy Metal Prodigy

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(82 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

millsy23 wrote:

Just looked at my Beatport/Juno carts and I'm up to a ton. Even with some of the sterling freebies and bandcamp steals out there I'm running at about that per month. Too much music out there that demands a purchase. Am I now in the addiction phase?

Little ones' education taking a hit for big man's DJ career. Well played millsmeister.

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(99 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Having spent time both in the UK and the US for my education, I have to say the Brits have the edge when it comes crisps/chips.

Walkers Smokey Bacon
Frazzles
Anything Salt and Vinegar

There's a bit too much synthetic taste in monster munch imo.

Chips in the US generally are a bit too in your face with flavour - wouldn't go out of my way for Doritos, though Lays has something good going. I remember shitting red after a packet 'Flaming hot' Cheetos and being horrified.

That being said, dips are on another level in the US.

Here in India we get tons of places that make chips fresh... the standard hot masala are amazing.

Also, surprised Beijing Dave isn't on here - he loves the chippy butty sandwiches, or whatever they're called.

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(210 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Apparently with a female hostage.

Been reading about the female cartoonist who let them in to the Hebdo building... not that it's her fault at all, but she must be wrought with guilt.

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(210 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

mr rossi wrote:

Are they going out in a blaze of glory?

Hiding in the forests, last I checked.

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(210 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

This was a good read: http://reason.com/blog/2015/01/07/je-su … r-else-you

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(210 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Grant wrote:
dogmanstar888 wrote:
Grant wrote:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-30710883

Jesus fucking Christ, the world is fucked.

Do you collapse in a heap of despair if you drop a mug in your kitchen Grant?

Get a grip man, it's a tragic but isolated incident and far from the end for humanity/'the world'.

Random attacks like that are a concern, especially as I work in media.

Haven't really read the whole thread... but, I tend to agree with Grant here. 150 school children executed in cold blood just two weeks back. Now this.

I have many muslim friends, whom I'm very close to. Yet, I just can't help but agree with Bill Maher here, Islam, generally, is quite regressive.

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(102 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Schwepp's Ginger Ale for me.

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(6 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Happy belated Diggers! Two more years till the big 5-0?

Nightcrawler - Bizarre but entertaining. The corporate buzzspeak was hilarious. Both pipes for renee russo. 7.5/10
A Trip To Italy - Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon killing it, good laugh. Really enjoyed the first part, this was a decent follow up for sure. 7.5/10

Looking forward to watching Gone Girl and Boyhood.

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(232 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Oh shoot, sorry to hear the night was spoiled JoeyP.

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(232 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

How was the craig's warm up?

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(119 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

lol@millsy

fuck you guys... we still have a Kappa store somewhere in Bangalore right next to the cassette shop.

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(119 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Milked that shit in our campaign for a nostalgic factor when we launched Moto in India this year, Millsy. Now they're all about "Exceptional phone with an exceptional price." Totally hitting up the budget smartphone market.

Also, we can all agree the Moto Razr was the best flip phone eva!

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(119 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

smallman1 wrote:

Fairly sure the last time I heard the word 'Motorola' here in the UK was in 1987.

Motorola have dominated the market here (pats self on the back) with their comeback... the MotoG/MotoE are huge success stories in India.

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(119 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Kinda took you for a Google Nexus 6 sort of man Millsy. 

Having worked on an exclusive partnership with Motorola and the company i work for here in India, I'm somewhat partial to the Moto X (2nd gen).

Personally though, I'm locked into an iPhone for life... though I absolutely hate the 6 models, they look like samsung rip offs and seem to lack that sturdy build the iphone is famous for. I will continue with my 5S and see what they come up with next year.

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(1,174 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Big Fella wrote:

Jon Voight was terrible in RD, Rhouses.

He hams it up a bit, but I think he does well as the 'spent 20 years in jail, trying to adapt to society now' character.

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(187 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Disc 3 is a bit flat with too much same sounding techno, much like slovenia. Agua is a monster tune though.

Disc 2 is flawless... best mix from all the live ins. If you're looking at the whole package, London still sits on top.

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(1,174 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Watched the first season of Ray Donovan, a bit rushed towards the end but nice character building for the first 4-5 episodes. Worth a watch for Jon Voight and should go down well with the Irish contingent.

Still trying to get through The Affair, started off amazing... but gets a bit samey in the middle. Hoping it picks up for the last couple of episodes.

Sonic Highways - Just watched the Austin episode, really really good. Discovered the 13th Floor Elevators from it, awesome band.

Watched The Comeback with Lisa Kudrow, season 1 from 10 years back... good watch though a bit cringe worthy with what she has to go through.

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(21 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

lol. Fair enough.

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(21 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Yeah, gotta be aware of the surge prices. We have uber go (hatchback), uberx (sedan) and uber black (semi luxury)... sometimes uber black is cheaper than x because only X is surging. It's a bit weird, but you once you get used to the different processes and the rate structure, you end up saving quite a bit of money and get driven around like a boss.

2012... friend's been pushing it on me for ages, got a bit turned off by the South African angle earlier... glad I put in the time last night.

Nick Sneddon wrote:
Diminished Responsibility wrote:

Searching for Sugar Man 9/10

Absolutely brilliant movie. No spoilers, just watch it.

Documentary isn’t it? Been meaning to see this for a while

Sorry, yup it's a documentary. Definitely worth a watch, amazing story.

Searching for Sugar Man 9/10

Absolutely brilliant movie. No spoilers, just watch it.

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(63 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

One main present for birthday, one main present for Xmas for my kids. They can save their pocket money or whatever if they want more shit.

God, if there's one thing this forum screams at me... it's don't have kids.