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Sounds like the right outcome.

The being honest and upfront bit is what did it for him.

Grant wrote:

By far and away the worst experience of going to see it, were the trailers. Fuck me, what an utter load of fucking tripe we've got coming to our screens next year. Hannu, Yant, Matt and Strudders will need extra tissues.

I concur. Marvel bollocks and fast and furious 8 looks utterly desperate.

Don't forget power rangers.

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Nice bike ride tomorrow.

Evening in the local.

Reboot for 2017 exercise / booze / work life balance wise.

Odo wrote:

Raphael in bath was very nice.

Went there last weekend. Good shout.

labour want to have laws for algorithms over here.

https://www.theguardian.com/business/20 … tech-firms


That'll work

but with TOR only the exit node knows where you are looking on the internet. And even then doesn't know who is looking there. So security maintainec

I'm basically at level 1 of the computer programming tree, but as soon as i started learning about access control and the like i realised just how insecure this site is.

I don't use the password for this site for anything else.

The powers that the government have, and many others get as a result, are truly astonishing.

You can always use TOR browser. It's simple as anything to install.

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Grant wrote:
La Nausee wrote:

I would imagine there's some quality fanny knocking about ski resorts. Posh types, giving it all that. Nailing one of them in the jacks would be fun.

There are an awful lot of cunts in ski resorts.  Swings and roundabouts.

not too different from cycling though. All the london to brighton once a year try hards, and then that know their onions. Everybody's got to start somewhere. Can;t be doing with braying 20 somethings keeping me up all night nowadays, Just want to get out there and smash the snow.

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(18 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Negative.

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The problem is that a pasty faced intellectual like myself is competing for Jemma's affections with golden skinned seassonaires.

Plus they are all half my age.

I don't stand a fucking chance.

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dutchy101 wrote:

A load of new gear, full on powder silliness? Skiing?

I know right. I;m not going on the piste this year, sticking with powder. Chortle

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Anyone going this year. Got a week off in Jan and keeping options open.

Thinking about a week of full on powder silliness rather than usual piste stuff

Montreal is the mix for me. Particularly CDs 1-3. You just don't get to hear that kind of warm up that often

2 gigs stayed until the end. Both at MOS. Easter was the winner out of the 2

No festivals

Film - the big short

Trabbs - nice sidl cycling shoes

This is even more complicated than flares and Helen.

Can someone summarise in 1sentence?

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(863 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Grant wrote:

Jesus, did anyone watch Question Time last night from Wakefield? The panel was awful, but fuck me, the audience was a horror show - it was about 95% bigoted Brexit clowns.

Britain is in a far worse mess than I ever could've imagined. I wish I had the money to run.

I had to go to doncaster a few years ago for a work thing. The only way I can describe the town centre is as the home of a suicicde pact between hope and aspiration. It was deradful. It must be seriously fucking damaging to you to live in a place like that.

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jackdaniels wrote:

Was a bit too slow for me. Had more fun in the baby box.

Last hour in the box was absolutely pounding

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(106 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

that 747 track was definitely played. It;s the first one on Ian's video. Absolute beast

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(76 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

never heard a bad set from the howeller.

Was a regular at dig deeper. Proper nights out back in the day

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jamie wrote:

Not many DJ's left that I would love to see out nowadays. Maybe Joris Voorn in somewhere like Fabric or Stereo?

Definitely Joris Voorn.

I remember seeing Buken and Goldie at the end once. Not really my thing in the cliubs though. More an at home type of listening

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(230 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

dragon ride for me this year.

Might still do ToC but probably not.

Definitely doing the etape and considering the marmotte.

I'm not going for points or rankings though!

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(230 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

tour de celeb starting on Monday on C5. Expect to see me and Grant sailing past the so called celebreties on the etape du tour.

#momentoffame

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smashdad wrote:

Just finished The Crown on Netflix - enjoyed it more than I thought I would - readily assuming there'll be a second series...?

I'm binge watching this today. Word is they'll do a series for each decade.

I think it is superb tv

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liquitech1 wrote:

..are there any Physics experts on the board that want to argue against this:

http://reflectionofmind.org/15-years-la … emolition/

no but english language people might take issue with it. It is a hypothesis that they argue needs further investigation. that is not a conclusion

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Was great to see the mr Muir silhouette on the curtain as well.

steelydan wrote:

Are you on a comedown?


In all fairness I thought Mercury was one of the best front men ever. Hard (no pun intended)act to follow.

One of the most charismatic men I couldn't understand at the time. Mind you I was 10 years old.

Channel 5 have got a documentary out about him this weekend haven't they?