Saturday - went to the gym then went to posing workshop in Dartford ahead of a bodybuilding show I'm doing in November.

Sunday - went to the gym, ponced around in town a bit, mowed the lawn, had a kip on the sofa.

Today - went to the gym, took the dog out for a walk in the woods, went to the pet shop, now watching the T20.

loopdokter wrote:

Depeche Mode - 101
Tears For Fears - Songs From The Big Chair
Michael Jackson - Thriller
De La Soul - 3 Feet High And Rising
Fleetwood Mac - Rumours Extended
Pet Shop Boys - Please or Very - I'd literally have to blindly pick in between the two
Chalk Circle - April Fools
Fleetwood Mac - Rumours Extended Edition
Carl Craig - More Songs About Food And Revolutionary Art (2014 Re-release)
A Tribe Called Quest - The Low End Theory


Underworld - Everything Everything
Metallica - ......And Justice for All
Metallica - Master of Puppets
Deftones - Koi No Yokan
Leftifeld - Leftism
Therapy? - Troublegum
Human Waste Project - E-Lux
The Prodigy - Music For The Jilted Generation
Guns N Roses - Appetite for Destruction
Chemical Brothers - Exit Planet Dust

I was quite fond of the Oswald Moseley look of the Journeys by DJ cover.

I thought Matter was shit.

Longest is my current job which is 4.5 years and I absolutely hate it.  Currently waiting to see if I'm going to get an interview for a department head in another company.  Not as good or prestigious a company to work for but it would be an £8k pay rise.

Dave Seaman - Renaissance Awakenings


mr rossi wrote:

Christ.Has a test match ever been won in two days before.

England beat the Windies inside 2 days at Headingley in 2000.  Windies made 172, England posted 272 and then the Windies were blown away for 61 in their second innings in about 25 overs.  Andy Caddick took 4 wickets in an over and ended up with 5-14.

It's happened quite a few times over the years but only 4 times since 1946.

The Sasha mix of BT - Remember always makes a little bit of man paste leak out of my pee pee


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Seems the Aussies are a bowler down already. Ryan Harris has announced his immediate retirement due to injury.


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jules72 wrote:
namistai wrote:

£5 a month with BT Broadband.

Yeah and dealing with a BT ("do you like cricket sir") call centre if something goes wrong... They would have to pay me to put up with that!!

I've had BT Infinity for 18 months now and haven't had any issues with it at all.


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£5 a month with BT Broadband.

Can't go wrong with a Weber.

Women's football?


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Were LA Gear the ones that had lights in them?

steelydan wrote:
dutchy101 wrote:

Track ids?  Recognise the last one but have no idea of the name.

Hardcore Uproar - Together

I'm actually staggered that someone had to ask this.

As soon as I saw the thread title I knew it would be that video.

Beijing Dave wrote:

Difficult to pinpoint. I was more of an indie kid in school but I think the Chemical Brothers 'Exit Planet Dust' was the first proper electronic album I bought when I was about 15,because of the Tim Burgess track and their amazing remix of the Charlatans 'Nine Acre Court'. Also,I remember everyone at school (whether scally,indie kid,metaller,whoever)being into Music For The Jilted Generation. It was just everywhere - on everyone's walkman,on at every house party when people's parents were away.

So I would probably say Life Is Sweet,Voodoo People or Claustrophobic Sting.

This was pretty much the same for me.  The Prodigy and The Chemical Brothers were the first electronic acts I listened to.


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The company I work for will shortly be having Small from Phats & Small's house on the market to rent.

Hi Allan


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benson wrote:

that hooj choons cd that came with the first ever minitsry magazine ad was mixed by Judge Jools of all people is still a pretty good shout.

Must be getting on for 20 years for a lot of this stuff

I've still got that somewhere


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I will continue to smash it in the gym and hopefully get my back sorted so I can squat and deadlift properly again.