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(61 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Glen absolutely killing it Shakespeare style.

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(644 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfre … nkie-boyle

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(108 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Thank goodness for lawyers, that's all I can say.

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(41 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

I think we should start by un-banning dermo on Wednesdays only.

that would be absolute torture for him. lol.

Do you work out Dan?

x

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(25 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

what I hate is when you're chillin' in the cubicle on your own and then two stinky dudes occupy the cubicles to your left and right and proceed to defecate loudly and copiously, engulfing you in 360 degrees of shitty gas.

not nice imo.

he never lost it imo.

unlike sasha.

etc

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(55 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

fadass wrote:

Never mind ketamine, Adele killed the dance music scene.

Millsy & the lads lying round with hot water bottles on their gunts & huge bars of Galaxy while the dj tries to get the crowd up.

lol

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(7 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

hmmm.... now that you come to mention it, none that i can actually remember.....wait....

hmmm.

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(7 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Co-produced by matt smith......

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(117 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

lol @ ed in the first pic

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(54 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

If he'd shown that level of desire and hunger on the pitch, he could have been plying his trade for Barcalona......where the age of consent is only 14.

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(244 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

this thread reminds me of the film "one flew over the cuckoo's nest". mad people who think they're the sane ones. fadas as mcmurphy.

totally shocked to think that walter mitty is 46 and a half years old.

will be reading all of his posts with this knowledge in mind from now on.

i was genuinely moved to tears by ETCs original and heartfelt exposition of love as a long-term alternative investment with a recognisable private equity-like structure with a J-curve representing an initial drawdown of capital followed by an exotic payoff at maturity.

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(15 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

£44m is a meaningless figure unless it's given some sort of context and it is completely normal for businesses to lose money for years at the start. The hard bit is getting your product out there and used by people. Obviously the likes of Smashy have got some sort of peculiar, burning hatred of the site, which is fine, but I think most normal people quite like the experience in general and many would pay a small fee if they can fix a few issues. I certainly like the site and i think even the haters would admit there's a lot to like in terms of both content and look/feel.

if they're paying 80 grand a year to the average employee it's not being run well but there's definitely a profitable business there IMO.

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(97 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

loopdokter wrote:

Anyway, onward and upward you bitter bunch of cunts!

lol

Millsy, how much would you do a signed A4 pic for?
Asking for a friend.

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(60 replies, posted in Mixes & Free Downloads)

lol @ zack

Cool thread.

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(57 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

My best investment advice is to buy lots of put options in whatever company Millsy is currently working at

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(57 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Hedging (0%)


Cheers Paul

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(57 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

KPMG, the tax advice and audit firm? lol.

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(57 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Boring wrote:
chromosome_junction wrote:
monostereo wrote:

You're advising someone to sell shares in a company you know absolutely nothing about. That's the point.

That's correct. His wealth is already closely linked to his company's performance, so he wins when they win and lose when they lose. If he sells those shares and buys something that wins when he loses, then he just wins, you see? It's called hedging. It's what clever people do, because they know it's impossible to predict the future.

CJ we're all fully aware of diversifying your assets so stop repeating yourself and acting like you're teaching us something.

monostereo is spot on. What if Nick works for the next Google or Facebook - he'd be a mug to sell those shares. If he still works for Blockbuster video then maybe you have a point.

With respect, you appear to be intellectually incapable of grasping the principle of hedging.

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(57 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

monostereo wrote:
chromosome_junction wrote:

That's great. You were given them. Cool. My point still stands. Sell that shit bro.

You're advising someone to sell shares in a company you know absolutely nothing about. That's the point.

That's correct. His wealth is already closely linked to his company's performance, so he wins when they win and lose when they lose. If he sells those shares and buys something that wins when he loses, then he just wins, you see? It's called hedging. It's what clever people do, because they know it's impossible to predict the future.

I have a new system for rating movies based on when and why I stopped watching.

Escape Plan: 30 minutes. Switched it off out of respect to Arnold and Stallone, this was shameful

Casino Royale - 15 minutes. Dozed off. I think there is a movie in there somewhere, hidden amongst the smugness and inept contrivances.

Captain America: Winter Soldier. 35 mins. Switched it off because the missus was complaining about the explosions and gunshots. Might actually have another go at this when she's not on the premises.

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(18 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

I'm aware of a forum where folk in my part of the country arrange all sorts of weird hookups which i'll occasionally browse for a laugh. Some of the posts are desperately sad/ funny.

"male, 29, desperate for cash, available for four hours tonight, will consider anything" etc