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lol at Smallmans new sig. big_smile

Also Silence flopped? Who would have thought a religious film about trying to teach feudal Japan Christianity wouldn't have cross market appeal? Defo ticked all four demographic boxes that one. lol.

Huge swerve for the covenant - looks like a shitty reboot of Alien and it must pay for the attrocities committed by Prometheous.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/ar … Taboo.html

I doubt there's going to be a season 2.

His burning man set is well tasty too. Nice one.

Entry strictly limited to those over 40 years old.

Quality set. smile

John Wick 2 - doubles down on everything from the first film. Trash but entertaining, big smile on my face trash. The chroegraphy in some of the fights in mental.

12/10

Amps wrote:
Wally wrote:
Amps wrote:

In fact, can anyone recommend a not to in depth fps? Used to love Time Splitters and picked up Borderlands hoping for a similar vibe, but ultimately got bored pretty quick. Anything where I have to walk around for more than 10 seconds between missions is a massive s to the werve, I like my games a bit more arcade-ish, so no giant maps or 'exploring'.

cheers
Ax

Titanfall 2
Doom 2016

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Is that just two games you worked on??? wink

Ha. Nnoooooooo. You'll know about it when I ship RDR2 wink

Amps wrote:

In fact, can anyone recommend a not to in depth fps? Used to love Time Splitters and picked up Borderlands hoping for a similar vibe, but ultimately got bored pretty quick. Anything where I have to walk around for more than 10 seconds between missions is a massive s to the werve, I like my games a bit more arcade-ish, so no giant maps or 'exploring'.

cheers
Ax

Titanfall 2
Doom 2016

smile

Only a 7? Clearly she wanted bending over the kitchen sink.

About to finish "The Last Guardian" - flawed masterpiece imo.

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smallman1 wrote:

Had no idea Wal was such a fan of Blair.

I heard he likes boobie pix threads on music forums to be clearly marked as NSFW so I'm a huge fan.

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joeyp wrote:
Wally wrote:
Wally wrote:

I think he's keen to be seen to be the voice of opposition on this so he can get a Blairite Nu-Labour follower as the leader of the Labour party.

He starts laying into Corbyn and the labour party around the 20 min mark. Still, I'd take new-labour over brexit any day.

I hate brexit Wally but that cunt raped a country and killed a ton of people on the back of a lie.

Sure, I have the same thoughts as you but it's two separate issues. He's never going to face trial for war crimes (hasn't he been cleared of it all?) so what can you do?

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Wally wrote:

I think he's keen to be seen to be the voice of opposition on this so he can get a Blairite Nu-Labour follower as the leader of the Labour party.

He starts laying into Corbyn and the labour party around the 20 min mark. Still, I'd take new-labour over brexit any day.

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Boring wrote:

Blair may be a cunt who did some bad things but he's bloody good at delivering a speech.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-38996179

Hard to gauge if he's genuine or not here - he's not stupid - anyone who supports Brexit is finished at the polls next time when the country goes to shit so it'll be another Tory government scraping in with Corbyn getting a mauling and getting kicked.

I think he's keen to be seen to be the voice of opposition on this so he can get a Blairite Nu-Labour follower as the leader of the Labour party.

Still, given what a monumentally damaging thing it's going to be, it's good to hear anyone appealing to reason and he's right in what he's saying - the whole thing was a giant deception and should be put to a second vote now that the lies have been exposed.

Any ideas what the two four.four style banging tracks he played towards the start were Tank Top?

Think he played three tracks from his latest album then went off on a bit of a rinsing it out tangent for a couple of tracks. Couldn't place them.

I've got a video of one of them - I'll see if I can stick it up somewhere.

Tank Top wrote:

Tbf to him he's on one the bleakest tours of all time taking in Aberdeen, Hull, Manchester and Colchester.

I should have asked if he was alright.

Ha, I'll be honest, the venue was certainly of a lower tier than I was expecting. big_smile

ta / quelle surpris.

Dermatron wrote:

What would be really funny is sacking Wenger and then getting relegated in the same season. The club could sleep easy still in positive equity.

Arsenal are just the high end version of Newcastle and Mike Ashley's "as long as we finish in the top half of the table and get the money, who gives a fuck" strategy. As long as we finish in the champions league and get the money, who gives a fuck.

They aren't going to get relegated are they?

Beijing Dave wrote:

One rumour is Benitez, who's apparently massively pissed off at Newcastle now.

Not that I follow the footy these days but what's this about? They'll be straight back up into the premiership and he only stayed if he had total control.

I presume the chairman is starving him of cash?

Tank Top wrote:

I was at this last night. The levels were all over the place. I got the impression that he's scared of mancs.

Decent enough though.

I was sitting at the back and it sounded alright to me - he's definitely a man of few words though isn't he? lol.

Was nice to hear some tangerine dream stuff too.

Dermatron wrote:
Dan Harwood wrote:

Is it Wenger's fault? Who knows. I just dont get it.

What dont you get Dan? The book stops with Wenger. No one else. No one else is to blame. No other club acts like this. No other club protects a manager who delivers fucking nothing for fucking years. He's a shit tactician and is entrenched in the past.
You think United would have stood by Fergie if he never won anything? No they fucking wouldn't.

Surely you know now?

Hmmmmm, not sure how true this is and seems to be forgetting the fundamental tenet that football clubs are a business. That they entertain people or have fans is secondary to turning a profit.

He seems to run a tight steady ship wrt money - If the financials are good, why wouldn't they stick with him?

http://theshortfuse.sbnation.com/2016/5 … s-of-money

http://www.arsenal.com/assets/_files/do … ual_Re.pdf

Sure, silverware begets more money but they've finished in the top four for the last twenty years which is pretty much the aim for any club as those European ties bring in the serious wedge. A couple of more matches and winning isn't going to bump the coffers that much past what they already get.

Manchester united won everything but were 600 million in debt at the time. If you were running a business, which one would you tie your flag too?

really enjoyed this last night - defo one of the oddest gigs I've been too but still really enjoyable.