fadass wrote:

Bullet in the Gun to finish on a high... all back to an afters in Finglas with loads of new mates. Cardiffbridge Inn for the curer next morning. Rapihhhhhh!

I actually ended up in Finglas after

millsy23 wrote:
Pricer wrote:

Hale Bopp and Dark & Long finale.

*wince*


Can I add that the classics were interspersed between avant-garde techno!

However, I was disappointed he didn't finish with a U2 Perfecto Remix.

seanc80 wrote:

How did Kingston and Mullins get on, on the warm up?

Didn't see them - Digweed came on quite early so they mustn't have played for long.

What a night.

4 hour set from John - he absolutely smashed it. Was relentless. Hale Bopp and Dark & Long finale.

CD format is perfect for me. Only time I get to listen to music these days is in the car anyway.

Great album, cheers.

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Sasha was great...........very old crowd, but well up for it.

LOL at Sean melting the face off Baumel. Talking utter nonsense, I imagine...!!!

Have you been in touch with any promoters in Dublin ? He generally plays Dublin around Easter.

This is good. Thanks !

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Thought I'd chime in, since it's over 100 pages.

I must admit, it's pretty awesome here on the Trump-train.

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The game is up chaps. It's going to be a Trump landslide in November. The majority of people are sick of the establishment and the destruction they've caused and they are going to vote for Donald to tell them to fuck off.

More people visit Drudge Report than most media companies, and Drudge is just one guy in a room. There's more of us than you realise, but you are all too preoccupied in your weird self righteous  ghettos to notice.

I have a vintage bottle of wine that I plan to open when Donald gets elected and I'll raise a glass to you when I do.

Great mix. Cheers for posting.

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Looking at that video it's clear Hillary is in bits.

I almost felt pity for her when she collapsed, then I remembered she's a monster.

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Even I'm struggling to make sense of this one.

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liquitech1 wrote:
Pricer wrote:
liquitech1 wrote:

...how many times do you need to be told they're all crooked, Pricer? I'm not picking a side, just querying how on earth you think one is better than the other, in this case, a known conman who has f**ked over the little guy for decades. Keep shutting down half your brain though if that's how you go about things when it comes to politics.

Grand. I accept what your saying.

However I could set up a new Hillary Clinton topic page and I'd guarantee it wouldn't reach 50 pages.

..absolutely, mate. Clinton is a career politician up to her jowls in corruption, just like dozens before her. Trump is a very good friend of hers, which only goes to show how shallow the whole thing is. It's a complete farce and people acting like it's a legitimate race are away with the fairies.

Something tells me Trump and Hillary are not friends anymore!

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liquitech1 wrote:

...how many times do you need to be told they're all crooked, Pricer? I'm not picking a side, just querying how on earth you think one is better than the other, in this case, a known conman who has f**ked over the little guy for decades. Keep shutting down half your brain though if that's how you go about things when it comes to politics.

Grand. I accept what your saying.

However I could set up a new Hillary Clinton topic page and I'd guarantee it wouldn't reach 50 pages. Probably would even make 5 pages. Point is, Trump maybe bad, but what he's done is peanuts compared to Hillary, and he gets 10 times more abuse.

Now.Beer time.

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liquitech1 wrote:

"Donald Trump praised good friend Alex Jones for his great work and amazing reputation."

Yesterday he selected Willie Johnson, a known white supremacist, as a California delegate.

http://m.motherjones.com/politics/2016/ … california

He's starting to make sense.

But you ignore the fact that Hillary's mentor Will Quigg was a KKK grand dragon.

This is just another example of the constant selective outrage that goes on here.

And you can fact-check that if you want!

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Dermatron wrote:

Ive got nothing to say to Pricer and his little compatriot Furry anymore.

Other than LOL

What's is like being right all the time, Dermot?

Must be pretty swell.

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liquitech1 wrote:

..it's quite clear after all this huffing and puffing that Pricer hasn't got a clue who Donald Trump is. If you think he's in it to change things for the better then you need to reset your gullible meter. Shocking.

it's clear that we must be soul mates. You know me better than I know myself. Xxxxx.

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Henry Rindhoops wrote:

Pricer, weren't you the chap who said you'd love to go around to somebody's house and put Involv3r on their system Hi-Fi?

Yes, but I publicly disavowed Involver 3 shortly afterwards after realising it was shite.

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millsy23 wrote:

oh so it's a statement you're trying to make by supporting that sham of a man? How Trump, an individual who has milked the establishment for all it's worth for decades, can be held up as some talismanic leader of the cause is quite beyond me.

Well, that's your opinion of Trump. I understand he's not perfect, but I genuinely believe to wants to make things better for working folk. Unlike Hillary, who'll use the presidency for personal gain.

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My hope is that two major fuck-yous to the establishment (Brexit and Trump Presidentcy) will make the political and media establishment listen to a significant portion of the Western population that don't like the direction we're going in.

The sky hasn't fallen after Brexit. And it won't fall when Trump gets elected either.

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I'm pissed off with the media the most. All balance and objectivity has gone on an array of issues.

I'm not a massive Trump supporter, but I'm openly backing him because I've had enough of media bias.

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millsy23 wrote:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-37177938

Farage and Trump. Quite the political powerhouse.

I like the way Farage refuses to endorse Trump in the video. I know a lot of Brits who were pissed off when Obama started meddling in Brexit. Also, Bob Geldoff (an Irishman) telling Brits what to do on the Thames river would have pissed me off, if I was British.

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Furthermore, Milo has a problem with third wave feminism, not women.

Do your research Hannu, before you accuse me of being a racist or a misogynist.

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Homegrove wrote:

Milo hates women and people of colour. Of course Pricer likes him.

“I keep getting accused of being a white supremacist. But if that’s the case, I must be the first black-dick-sucking white supremacist in history.” - Milo