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Another etape in the alps.....Not too sure at the moment.

May aim for the maratona

Signed up for the Mallorca 312 which is the big ride for me next year.

got asked to do one next week, and it has to be off a laptop.

Bit of a disaster as I haven't actually used traktor for years and I need some inspiration. 90s/early 00s nostalgia is the order of the night.

some good solid remixes from then would be useful. Save me from hours of beatport hell.

I've looked through the old thread on the matter and that industrial techno thing that Zack put up is going to be the starter for 10.


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this was on the tracklist:

I have to say that a 'radio edit' of those vocals is a touch optimistic

It's also quite a derivative and boring track


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looks a bit like matter. Only without the £100 cab ride home.

Also seems to be a bit sausage heavy

sadly not working the Friday is not an option for me. So I am out.

No doubt it'll be a good knees up though

Anything tucker related


(117 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

chromosome_junction wrote:

Ok, maybe they were up until they shot all those people, but the point is that if you are planning on committing mass-homicide you are unlikely to be dissuaded from doing so by the laws on gun ownership, right?

What you guys are really talking about is reducing the number and availability of guns to make it less convenient for these people to lay their hands on a cache of guns. That’s a whole different challenge imo, and arguably not something that can be achieved just by making it illegal for responsible people to own them, but I agree it could have made a difference in these specific cases.

So all those right wingers who say that making it illegal wont affect the availability, and accept that the product causes harm, presumably will be happy if all drugs were legal. After all the argument for them being illegal is the harm they cause, and you are saying that making stuff illegal doesn't affect supply, so it's pointless.

This point was made by john Oliver on an old clip doing the rounds on FB. The poor gun bloke looks utterly confused and realises he has been had.


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This thread is like a less funny version of Jim Jeffries.

Everything that's being said was said by him years ago. And he was a lot funnier than you lot.


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smallman1 wrote:

What hotel are you staying at Bens?

1 hotel. 12 nights.


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I really did mean tickets.

Where do I get the inside info.

It's actually a mostly relaxing 5* holiday. Not looking to get shot or robbed.


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Looks like my trip there next year coincides with WMC. What's the score with tickets etc.

Got a lovely hotel so should be well rested for any partying.


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I work every Friday now.

So I will not be in attendance.

Desperately sad times


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Basically I will only fly business on long haul now. Even then it's BA so hardly a world class offering.

Premium economy is a massive scam.

Easyjet fine for going to Mallorca, but BA are actually cheaper a lot of the time and LHR is closer. They also fly at civilised times, rather than the 6am scrum amongst the half cut at luton airport.

Apart from skiing, I'll put with the charter flights on the way to Val

edit: I forgot I am going to Uganda in November, for that I am flying qatar and at the back of the plane. I'm less keen on that and looking for a cheeky upgrade

smallman1 wrote:

Just had a look at Mission Burrito.

The 'Carnitas' one sounds ace!

It's amazing food. The best burritos I have eaten. And the habanero sauce is proper amazing spicy taste and outrageously hot. Not to be eaten unless you can be assured of immediate toilet access for the next 24 hours

really? I used to go in there a fair amount when I worked in Traf square and found it to be mediocre at best. Not a patch on mission burrito which we have here in Oxford.


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smallman1 wrote:

Tbf if you've barely left Europe, the Caribbean would definitely seem great.

If you've travelled the world though one's opinion would be vastly different having spent time in a number of far more interesting places.

such as?


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Darwin is all hurricane proof since tracey destroyed the placed in 74.

http://www.thecourier.com.au/story/4558 … l/?cs=2452

Plus loads of shelters around the city.

The thing about ozzies is, they fucking love their rules. I mean really love them. And they follow them. My sense is that Caribbean has a more laissez-fair attitude to such rules, so even iof they existed, I would not expect compliance in the same way.


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did you ever see her again ed?

I'm not averse to a pizza express every now and then. Warm beer and surly service but it can fill a gap.

take the mrs there (with a voucher obvs) when she's been on best behaviour

jamie wrote:

just read he wanted a 4.5 k fee? and a 5 star hotel with a gym and a sauna.


or the agent was going to bite the promotor.

Proper nawty gangsta

smallman1 wrote:

Brilliant Dj is Jeremy Underground.

his agent is a bit of a wally though. Reckon you could google it in about 2 secs ed.

washed up heroin chic sellout? can't tell the difference between them to be honest

Grant wrote:
Beijing Dave wrote:

Like Iggy Pop was actually a cool name?

Now synonymous with car insurance. The Cunt.

I thought it was butter?

Who is he?

What do agents actually do for their money?

Fair play to abstrakt for calling the agent out though.



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I'm getting one of these bad boys for my Russian mistress