(27,325 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

erik.b wrote:

Spurs aren't really our rivals and Chelsea are like the spoilt rich kid no one likes.

Yeah I'm sure that London Derby defeat meant nothing to you. Agree with you on the rest tho!


No one likes Chelsea except Chelsea.

Nerd level = Expert.

http://www.vg247.com/2015/02/28/star-tr … k-tribute/

Please bear with me whilst I go full retard and nerd for a moment.

McCoy: "He's not really dead. As long as we remember him."
Kirk: "It's a far, far better thing I do than I have ever done before. A far better resting place that I go to than I have ever known."
Carol: "Is that a poem?"
Kirk: "No. Something Spock was trying to tell me. On my birthday."
McCoy: "You okay, Jim? How do you feel?"
Kirk: "Young. I feel young."

Brings a tear to the eye.


HAGO Shaun!


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Yant wrote:

Yep been rocking a beard for about 2 years now.

Makes me even more irresistible to the ladies.  If that's even possible.

porsche trainers AND a beard.. the pieces are starting to fall into place..

i seek yant here i seek yant there
my reo speedwagon seeks yant everywhere.


you knows it matey!


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Yep been rocking a beard for about 2 years now.

Makes me even more irresistible to the ladies.  If that's even possible.

Don't think anyone is suggesting that one approach is better than the other. Whatever produces a good set. Who gives a fuck if it's been pre-thought out. Nice for the DJ personally if they can create a good set on the fly, but to the clubber/listener i don't think most of them care. As long as the same set isn't ayed over and over again.

Distinctly recall diggers a few years ago at WMC playing 3 or 4 venues in the space of 1-2 days and playing completely different tracks in each.

I'm a bit of a perfectionist, a control freak, organised and a little OCD.

Therefore i used to know exactly which group of tracks would work well together.

A chip off the old block, Eh Glenn.

It was a much more even contest 5 years ago.  Since then, Pacquiao has lost a few times which has taken the shine off of it a little.

Mayweather is the clear favorite now IMO.


(27 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

smallman1 wrote:

Dj Tennis was great though I have to say.

Really enjoyed the sets I heard from him at Burning Man.


Felix da housetwat


5 years too late.


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Filth. I bet she can suck a golf ball through 20ft of garden hose.

Skate is generally found on the more middle class menu these days.

Skate at Alec's restaurant for example, will set you back a good £20+ notes.  Granted it's cooked to absolute perfection and the chef has chucked some delighted capers on top, but still.

I'm a Skate man, myself.

Even if i do have to wait.

millsy23 wrote:

Did the Captain's Wheel make an appearance?

Not sure I get the appeal of all this sado stuff. Missionary and a nice cuddle is the British way. I blame Gonzo from the Muppets. I think.

You forgot the bit about having a little cry too.

smashdad wrote:
Uncle Bazza wrote:

Racism is often defined by chanting 'We are racist and that's the way we like it'.

In the same way that irony is defined by singing about flies in glasses of wine?


Ncable wrote:

Fifty Shades of Fucking Horrorshow.

But Jamie Doran is so dreamy.


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Its one of the few times i've ever jumped out of my seat whilst watching golf.

I watch a lot of golf (every tournament every weekend really) and nothing has ever come close to that shot for the sheer drama.  Add to that the fact it was at The Masters, on that particular hole too.....

Homegrove wrote:

Inside Llewyn David. What the fuck was the point of that movie? Worst Coen-brothers movie I've seen.

Can't be any worse than No Country For Old Men.

Massively hit and miss the old Cohen brothers.  Loved The Big Lebowski and Burn After Reading.

Stop showing off, Paul.

https://soundcloud.com/djtennis/beloved … ennis-edit

Modern society tends to jump on certain bandwagons very quickly nowadays.  Mostly due to the media.  That and most people are pretty thick and believe everything they see on telly and read (if they can read).

What is racism? how do you define it?

Is a racist someone that singles out others that are different from them? would that not be considered as discrimination as opposed to racism? or is that the same thing?

Or is it better defined as someone that has an actual hatred for others different from themselves?  That's true racism IMO.

It's also worth pointing out that there is a generation of people out there (i'm referring to my parents generation and older) that do not have hatred for others because of their race, but do discriminate.  But i'd call this ignorance as opposed to racism.