steelydan wrote:

Been to 4 of them....sadly

http://m.vice.com/en_uk/read/londons-lost-clubs

they look like utter shitholes

Jim-bob wrote:

There are a few on here making shit jobs sound a lot better than they are with a fancy title.

Is answering phones IT now?


I had to wait in the queue for my all to be answered by the customer business service analyst or some other such nonsense. They then had to give me a job number and pass me to the back end office.

All to reset a password.

The mumsnet penis beaker is also quite funny.

put people to sleep.

Fly poorly people round the word in planes. Sometimes whilst they are asleep.

Sit trackside at silverstone in case bad things happen. Generally they don't but i get to see a lot of fast cars.

I love it.

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Fuck that could have been embarrassing

Thanks for the heads up

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we've clearly never met!!

I'm as white and middle class as they come. Apart from maybe smalls.

Will check out this teamtruth sillyness tonight.

But just to reassure you, as far as I am aware from my top level meeting with the hustle and bustle of healthcare today, this vaccine issue wasn't on the agenda.

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severe wrote:
benson wrote:

I'm shitting myself about it.

First of all because hearing your name on the news all week because you have died from it is not good for one's soul generally, and secondly because if it really hits the fan, I don;t want to get it from going into work.

Those masks will maybe protect you against aerosolised body fluids, but you need FP3 masks for flu, and I am presuming the same for ebola, if it became airborne.

it's the vaccine I'd be worrying about if I were you..

I'm regretting asking this, but why??

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I'm shitting myself about it.

First of all because hearing your name on the news all week because you have died from it is not good for one's soul generally, and secondly because if it really hits the fan, I don;t want to get it from going into work.

Those masks will maybe protect you against aerosolised body fluids, but you need FP3 masks for flu, and I am presuming the same for ebola, if it became airborne.

MattBlack wrote:

I do find Karren Brady strangely attractive

I don't watch this abomination of a show but there is nothing strange about that.

fletcher wrote:

Love his Fabric CD

Might have to put that back on this evening. It is a great CD. The next one after it was a bit of a blinder as well.

Jim-bob wrote:

I don't care if you like the music or not. The main thing is you've confirmed you are a nobody. For a minute I thought you may have been someone from the industry who thought they could quote some truth not some second hand hear say which was important enough for you to re-iterate like you're some kind of musical font of knowledge.

Clubs are full of nobodys. They are all paying money to support the scene that puts your food on your table.

If i went into work and called the people that I depend on for my work 'nobody'. I'd be fired pretty quickly.

It is a hugely negative statement.

I might do the old man clubbing thing for this and jump in the car for 2-3 hours of digweed and then drive home.



(The kitchen sink is rapidly turning into a desire for a nice glass of merlot by the aga)

smallman1 wrote:

Sacred is one of my all time favourites.

That and Hale Bopp.

Spot on

A Danny Howells classics night.

Could be a winner.

Back to thread. I'm hearing from a quarters this as a great night. Shame I wasn't there.

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millsy23 wrote:

Strumpet count was low.


how unusual.

Sad to have not been there

Is there some sinkage still going on?

This is a great cd.

It's nice to get an artist CD away from the 4/4 and this has grabbed me this afternoon.

No idea what any of the tracks are. Just listened front to back and really enjoyed it. It's dark without being oppressive and interesting without being cluttered.

Track 4 is stand out for me. Can see that getting a proper power prog workover

It was pretty good for tearing apart some old furniture. But that might not be exactly the review John and Nick were hoping for!!

Looks tasty.

I may have been up for this but I'm not here

are you still in the JR mate?

Let me know if there is anything you need.

Looking forward to hearing this.

Mines in the post smile allegedly.

I'm sure I enjoyed that creamer set at bedrock.

But it was in the good ol days and i was likely appreciative of anything with a beat

james holden at slide in Oxford many many years ago Absolutely terrible technical skills and boring music.

saw him a couple of years later in the soundshaft at a bedrock and he wa absolutely rocking it so he made up for it.

Unbroken1 wrote:

Bessie Braddock: Winston, you are drunk, and what’s more you are disgustingly drunk.

Winston Churchill: Bessie, my dear, you are ugly, and what’s more, you are disgustingly ugly. But tomorrow I shall be sober and you will still be disgustingly ugly.

beaten to it!

Unbroken1 wrote:

..power swim session with the tri club tonight

I need to be doing some of that.

Today, recovering from working my first night shifts in over a year

Doing some hills on my bike tomorrow

Taking advantage of my sofa on sunday and starting to do some running again.

I might drink some beer tomorrow evening

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smallman1 wrote:

We'll all sit down at the afters and have a right laugh.

With GU13 absolutely blaring in the background.

Or possibly Oakey's 007. CD1, natch.

this a very good plan. shame i'm not going to be there

£15 month. Unlimited adsl. About 16meg. When it works.

Which it doesn't. A lot
£35 for full sky

Tenner for the line rental.

Plus £18/month for unlimited 4G inc tethering through three

Can see the home line getting the boot. Except three significantly slow down their network around 8 every night.