were you a regular at those Games Workshop places?
Infrequent visitor - again, when I was 12. I work with 35 year olds that still do it. lol
lol. Dear lord. Does that make you one of the cool ones then? lol
You knows it. lol
Proper social chameleon me Millsy - I can converse with the nerds on the shop floor about things like Games Workshop but hold sway with corporate management about international business dealings and stock trading - flying up the corporate ladder I am.
Eye in the sky - 7 reaper drones out of 10 - decent and well put together even if it does stretch out its central premise a bit too much. (Should we kill 3 of the top 5 people on the North African terrorist list if it means killing a young girl in the blast?). Think its been compromised by leaked drone footage showing the yanks are kill happy arseholes rather than the kind in the film that give a shit about collateral damage but hey ho...
It's actually very good Grant. Sorry, but that's the truth of it. I'm not getting swept away in the hype machine. I'll just quietly illegally download the series when it's done so I can watch all episodes back to back in the comfort of the 7.15 from Waterloo with a brace of train beers. The storyline is really rather excellent, and yes there's some ham acting in parts but overall it's well paced and put together. Yes, the subject matter of dungeons and dragons is associated with freaks and geeks, but suspend your disbelief and it's definitely one of the best series on TV. The 'Red Wedding' episode is still one of the best bits of TV I've ever seen.
"It's only tits and dragons" - Ian McShane (aka Lovejoy who stars in this series - doubt he'll be asked to do another since he apparently spoiled this season for loads of people in several interviews).