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(59 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

FAO "university of life" Paul Calf retards.

Benson is a thoroughly decent chap,and is about as far away as you can get from the stereotypical pink trouser wearing Oxbridge knob head.

Also stop shit posting.  It's fucking boring.

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(33 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Benson went to the proper one.

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(33 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

On the subject of ties I still have over 50 of my official replica John Digweed Tie and badge sets to shift.  This is a unique opportunity to own an authentic piece of "Digweed-icana".  I also own Sasha's hair piece, worn during the south american leg of the communicate tour. I am open to serious offers only please.

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(286 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

chromosome_junction wrote:

nikhhil d was the best mod ever imo

i bumped into him upstairs at sankeys once.  I seem to recall him having big hair.

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(11 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Please cure your autism.

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(3 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

All of the good ones are mine.

Just saying.

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(14 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Unbroken1 wrote:
MattBlack wrote:

Poor Bob, no wonder he doesnt like Mondays


LOL!

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(286 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Kumquat wrote:

Nobody seems to have considered some bright spark might be spoofing his IP address...

Unlikely.  Although perhaps people in Australia are forced to connect to the web via some kind of Castlemaine XXXX web proxy, which acts as a culture filter? 

The only websites available through it being this site and a plethora of working class Rugby League sites containing pictures of blokes from Halifax with massive thighs drinking lager?

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(73 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Mr Boring wrote:

Disabled celebrity racing? There's a Saturday night reality tv show right there. Hosted by Stephen Hawkins obviously.


I can't see Hawkins getting out of bed for less than 800k.  In fact due to his condition I cant see him getting out bed at all.  Lionel Blair seems like the obvious candidate to anchor.  He could even do a little tap dance during pit stops.

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(286 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

This is the biggest board drama since, well, ever actually.   So much so that it deserves it's own name.  Dermogate. On par with the news of the screws.  I'm sat on the edge of my tenterhooks right here.

What's the net bombshell i wonder? Is Creepy carrying Sasha's alien half lizard love child?  Has Presto finally "gone off" cheese and onion flavour Walkers crisps?

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(73 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

i don't think we'll be seeing him behind the wheel again, unless its with a spazzy badge in a Renault Espace.

As a long suffering Hull City fan this has been a most pleasing season so far, with more to come with the FA cup that i'm suddenly bothered about.  To think we might actually be playing in Europe next year is both hilarious and pant stiffening.

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(286 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

LOL at this thread.

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(33 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

I'm currently rocking a new wolf tie.  My attack points have increased by 3, defence by 4.  You would not believe the amount of pussy I get while @ clubbing in this tie.

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(128 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

millsy23 wrote:
smallman1 wrote:

I'll be dressed head to toe in black.

And will have Ed on my running top.

Got some imagination me.

Maybe holding a FK photo in gold frame all the way round?

Just a suggestion.


Hopping round on one leg?

I've reported myself for this post BTW.

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(115 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

smashdad wrote:
monostereo wrote:

... I found most of his music to have a distinct whiff of cheese about it.

Genuinely curious - is there any cheese in this?

Dimitri from Paris tribute mix...

OK I'm listening to a track at around 18's minutes .  It reminds me of the type of music you'd expect to hear on the "options" screen of a mid 90's Japanese konami football simulation - complete with synthetic horn stab slapped together from a yamaha motif keyboard preset.

I'm envisioning a 'sassy' fat woman in a leather leotard dancing around, wagging her finger,  while a sculpted bald black bloke with a large penis hidden under his strides gyrates his hips in the background. Probably holding a baby.  Im actually swooning as I type.  Not really my bag tbh, each to there own though!

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(54 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

I will not be having a bet this year.
I blame that on myself because I can't keep anything down.
Anything down.
However hard I do try.

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(115 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

I thought  "Larry Levan" was supposed to be the "godfather of house music" ? I'm sure next week it will be some other cunts turn.   I do find these labels a bit vacuous.

For the media to say that any individual was responsible for what we now know as house music is a bit of a stretch IMO.  I've no doubt that this bloke had an influence on house and disco, and for that he should be commended.   But personally I found most of his music to have a distinct whiff of cheese about it.

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(42 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

benson wrote:
monostereo wrote:
benson wrote:

I get at least one near death experience when i cycle each week i cycle. I do about 70 miles a week from mitcham to central london.

Cars overtaking way too close, pulling out without seeing you, or caring you are there.

The only people I have actually hit on my bike so far are pedestrians who stepped out in the rod in front of me when I was on a boris bike.

There is a certain irony about cyclists protesting about the colour of the lights though.

London has improved massively in the 6 months I've been there.

Interested to know what specifically has improved mate?

More cyclists stopping at lights. Packs of cyclists are starting to police them selves a lot better. Those who jump red lights are getting shouted at by cyclists rather than ignored.

Cars. The police operation does appear to have had an effect. ASZs are being left for cyclists.

More cyclists with lights and reflective stuff.

When I have had a puncture I have had people stop and offer to help me.

I didn't realise how much better until I went back to Oxford. Fucking stupid cyclists there. No lights, dark clothing, wrong way down one way streets. All the norm. Obvisouly I did the same when I was there but that doesn't stop me whinging.

Cycling is London is crowded but much much better than Oxford.

Part of it is probably cycling the same route, becoming more aware of the danger points. Clapham is a nightmare but way better than Brixton.

Got a brand new boardman team carbon bike today so will have some fun on that next week.

Nice bike.  Yeah cycling in Oxford is a fucking joke.  Everyone thinks they own the road.

BTW if you are suffering from the odd puncture you should invest in a pair of schwalbe marathon plus tires.  Say goodbye to punctures full stop, they are incredible.

sladek wrote:

OK will look into it mono.

incidentally are there any bears in Peru?

by bears do you mean chubby gay men? (serious question)

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(128 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Good luck mate. 

Maximum respect for anyone who takes on a Marathon.  A real test of character.  I hope your training has gone well.

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(174 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Presto wrote:
Dermo wrote:

Has presto just unknowingly elevated himself to level 1 ?


I seem to have made it without actually saying anything about 9/11 or any other conspiracy theory. Impressive.

Just so you know, I expect a membership card or certificate.



Here's your order form presto :

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(42 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

benson wrote:
sladek wrote:

What is it with these people, do they feel that they are obliged to be offensive and aggressive when donning Lycra?

I crossed the road and nipped between a gap in the traffic. Two cyclists peddling down the road, they didn't need to slow or alter their course but felt it necessary to yell abuse at me for daring to cross the road without permission from the green man.

Utter twats

I get at least one near death experience when i cycle each week i cycle. I do about 70 miles a week from mitcham to central london.

Cars overtaking way too close, pulling out without seeing you, or caring you are there.

The only people I have actually hit on my bike so far are pedestrians who stepped out in the rod in front of me when I was on a boris bike.

There is a certain irony about cyclists protesting about the colour of the lights though.

London has improved massively in the 6 months I've been there.

Interested to know what specifically has improved mate?

Dermo wrote:

So it still doesn't explain the massive drop in quality from a cd.

It could if it's an old iPhone I guess.

Dermo wrote:

Cheers mate. This contradicts what mono said though!


Plugged into professional monitoring equipment as a sound source, the iPhone sounds great. Be sure to make good music transfers, disable the cell phone (preferences > airplane mode, and then turn wi-fi back on if you need it) so it doesn't send RFI into your system which will sound like buzzing on GSM/AT&T, and leave the iPhone's level set to maximum, and just plug it into your hi-fi. Wasting time with "Audiophile" DACs and other fluff usually degrades the sound more than just using the self-powered iPhone 5 directly as a source.

Yeah does kind of contradict me.  I would go with the advice in the article as it contains lots of complex looking graphs.

As Micky said judging by the article it seems that it depends on the model of iPhone.  I was only going off what I have heard, which was an airport express I was using for streaming before I flogged it because it sounded pony.  Newer iPhones seem like a different kettle of fish.