THE ABSOLUTE ARROGANCE Of DES LYNAM.

smallman1 wrote:

Do you think there'll be a prog tent?

Prog tent confirmed - squeezed between the mirco house tent and the life size Ricardo Villalobos sculpture made out of smack and used biros.

Nick Ross was on BBC radio Oxford this morning pleading with the "30 somethings" to throw away their panini sticker books from the 80's.  Apparently pederasts are actively using them as Jazz mags?  What type of disgusting sicko bangs one out over the likes of Gary Megson?

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My face when dem urban High-Tech Blast Light creps.

https://i3.ytimg.com/vi/jAqFGhHDyiA/hqdefault.jpg

Available from Wynsors "world of shoes" for £25

http://bigfootshoes.co.uk/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/h/i/hi-tec_blast_lite_ez_thumbnail_15001500x1500.jpg

Dem creps...

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Available from shoe zone RRP £15.99

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Dermatron wrote:

Back in the days when beasting kids and racism was ok.

Otherwise known as "the good old days" according to the gay pedofile brexiteers of the board.

Homegrove wrote:

Pret?

Pret A Manger studio monitors.  They use them in Abbey Road.

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Everything's fine.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CxQHVqOWIAAWNc6.jpg:large

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Ayo.
... THESE GUYS AIN'T UNDERSTAND WHO KANYE IS.  YE' BEEN COMMUNICATING WITH THE INTERNET ON METAFIZZICAL LEVELS.

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Wally wrote:

I think LG OLEDs are where its at in the world of offensively expensive tvs. The new pure black pixels one they are advertising. Thinking of picking one up myself.

Shit for gaming though apparently.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/johnarcher/ … 0cf6d5ff9a

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I'm hearing ya man.  The Mrs got a new Dyson for her birthday so i'm going to treat myself. smile

Got that sinking feeling i'm gonna end up scuffling with an African bus driver from Penge over the last 38" blaupunkt on the shelf in ASDA again come next Friday.

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dutchy101 wrote:

Still haven't bought my tv, but giving this some serious consideration. Anyone got one? Going to wait till Black Friday incase I can get it anywhere cheaper but not sure I will.

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/tv-dvd-au … 2-pdt.html

Been looking at this particular TV myself.  It looks shit aesthetically (the 8000 looks better but is £400 quid more) but seems to be the "cheapest" TV that conforms to the new fangled "HDR10" standard (this is the new hotness developed by Japanese mega-boffins).

The gotcha is not all HDR labelled TVs actually do "proper" HDR apparently. It's analogous to "HD Ready" TVs which only did 720p resolution and not full 1080p when HD first came out.

Those that do actually implement the HDR standard correctly (HDR10) tend to suffer from high input lag when in HDR mode (the ks7000 being an exception to this rule). 

HDR may or may not be a load of marketing shit anyway. Moreover,  4K is also a bit pointless in that you've either got to have a large vulgarly sized screen which makes you look like you live in a council house, or alternatively sit stupidly close to the fucking screen to appreciate the extra detail. 

tl;dr The law of diminishing returns init.   All I want to do is watch my ITV police procedurals in clarity.  Is that too much to ask?

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Dan Harwood wrote:

The BBC have been running a piece on the evening news about the current Prescription Opiate and Heroin epidemic sweeping those neglected states. Pretty harrowing how such a shitty drug has taken hold because of the country's addiction to prescription pills!


Watched a good doc on this subject called "Heroin: Cape Cod, USA".  Makes for some pretty fucking grim viewing TBH. 

tl;dr Small town America has an urgent problem with smack.

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What?  Do you agree with this proposition?

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smashdad wrote:
Grant wrote:

You probably didn't read this link because I posted it, but it's a great read and worth me posting again in the vain hope you give it a go.  It articulates the view that I'm not intelligent enough to write:

https://medium.com/@theonlytoby/history … .naex32aoq

I fucking despise every thick cunt that voted Brexit, including a couple of good pals of mine.

I got five words into the article's title and stopped - that may be of interest...

The irony.  Jesus.

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Grant wrote:

You probably didn't read this link because I posted it, but it's a great read and worth me posting again in the vain hope you give it a go.  It articulates the view that I'm not intelligent enough to write:

https://medium.com/@theonlytoby/history … .naex32aoq

I fucking despise every thick cunt that voted Brexit, including a couple of good pals of mine.


Cheers for that. Great article, fucking gloomy mind.
tl;dr:  Humans are shitheads.

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Am I the only person in the country who thinks "Planet Earth" is shit? As the twitter commentariat pointed out, Attenborough has absolutely zero respect for crabs. Always gives them daft music. They are clowns to him.

Mr. C's Acting Career wrote:

As an aside, never understood why Harry Peat didn't release more stuff. Masiello used to play a lot of his stuff ("Afrodizziac" being one) and they were all pretty damn good.

Afrodizziac was a great track.

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smashdad wrote:

From page one of this thread...

smashdad wrote:

Taking a small step back from the specifics of "Trump: cunt or ubercunt", surely his current popularity in the US, when taken in conjunction with a surge in popularity for Jeremy Corbyn here in the UK, which would've been 'unimaginable' a couple of months ago, and other examples like Tspiras in Greece, is a stark warning to more conventional politicians...?

The public of a growing amount of nations feel increasingly disenfranchised by, and utterly remote from, their domestic leaders as currently personified by the generation of power-hungry, totally unprincipled, career politicians that we've all had to put up with for the last 25+ years.

Viewed individually it's easy to mock the Trumps, Corbyns et al - but viewed collectively they represent something which the establishment cannot afford to mock at all.

UK general election sometime early/mid next year - Corbyn's Labour to win more seats than May's Tories - might as well lump on I reckon...

God help us if you're right...

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Unsurprisingly The Guardian is hysterical:

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfr … anel-woman

“I feel hated,” I tell my husband, sobbing in front of the TV in my yoga pants and Hillary sweatshirt, holding my bare neck. “Hated.”

"A dark shutter falls across the western world. A macho white supremacist bellow has sent generations of progress slamming into reverse. Civilisation and basic civility are knocked down with hate, fear, xenophobia and primitive gut nationalism."

"What do we tell our daughters about the future?"

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You may find there to be a shortage of walls.

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Well my prediction turned out to be a complete crock.

Apparently trump got 66% of the white woman vote.  Baffling.

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Looking good for Clinton so far.

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I'm after a pair of comfy training shoes to wear for work as I'm on my feet for pretty much 12 hours non stop. I absolutely rate the Nike Airs in that easyjet orange color-way that SeanC posted a few pages back,  but they're really fucking expensive.

I was  in Millets today looking at some Reebok pumps which are reasonably priced. If anyone owns a pair, how do you find them in terms of comfort?

Breakfasted at Cereal killer when we where down in London last weekend. Well jackson.

Enjoyed a bowl Hershey's Collossal Crunch.  Such a great vibe.