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Yeah, that's the one.


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Yep, same here. Got it with my 2000s


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loopdokter wrote:

Our current PM thinks Thatcher was too left-leaning.

He obviously prefers his teutonic techno to the house music she created.


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The PMC03A Dan?



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Ahad's alarm has just gone off....


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It took me so long to adjust to 1210s after the PDX-200s. Not sure I ever have truth be told. Can see why people struggled to use the Vestax after Technics too. Completely different feel to them. The torque was so strong on the Vestax and when you moved the pitch it gave an instant response, unlike the Technics which is a lot more gradual.

Could have been a lot worse, but woeful defending costs us again. Not like we had much bite up front either.

Original PDX-2000's were ace. Much preferred mine to the Technics I ditched them for.

millsy23 wrote:

I like to imagine Glen in a certain way. I find it adds even more humour to his aleady humourous postings. I imagine him as a slightly plump balding man in a tweed suit and spectacles. He smells a little bit of malt vingar, like he's been pickling onions from his smallholding all weekend.

He has the air of a Mr Chips or Higgins from Magnum. He is methodical in his daily routine. He wakes, he showers, he packs two rounds of cheese and homemade pickle sandwiches into his lunchbox and listens to the Today programme. He drives his ageing Volvo to the Probation Ofice where he has a desk, piled high with papers and with 'Glen Linghorn: Probation Officer' on a small plaque atteched to the side of his cubicle. 

All the local criminals know Glen. He's the Probation officer they want. He's soft as shite and good for a chat. He cares. He makes them tea. He hugs them when they cry. He's like the father they never had.

But underneath this shallow facade is the Glen of the Bedrock Board. The beast of the Captain's Wheel, of Vi's drinks cabinet. The schemer, the debaser, the demon on a knife edge, the green man.

All it's going to take is a someone from HR to ask him why he's filled in his timesheet wrong and he's going to go postal.

LOL! That should be the blurb on the back of his book.


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Matt really knows how to put the willies up his Mrs. Fair play.

Haha. They probably did, but were in there for 2 days.

Big Fella wrote:
smashdad wrote:
Big Fella wrote:

Are Daft Punk even djs?

No less or more so than any of the other producers on the list...

Who else on that list don't dj?

Don't think Matt Darey DJs

5 here.  Oakey, Cox, Ferry Corsten, Eric Prydz and PVD


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That was serioulsy painful watching the game yesterday and we came away with the 3 points. Can't help but feel for QPR. When they missed their first couple of chances a bloke turned to me in the pub and said to me, "You've got this one in the bag, nothing is going to go right for QPR today". How right he was.

I feel disgusted with myself after watching that. But horny.

Horny, horny,  horny.

Never in doubt.


We should get Cech in the sticks if we can. Mingolet could learn a hell of a lot from him.

Sturridge fucked. Again. We're fucked.

smashdad wrote:
Unbroken1 wrote:

...new toys:


Nice - was looking at the 6" KRKs a while back but that's just upped the ante somewhat...

Went into Westenddj during the week. Had a listen to the g3 8s and the 6s. The 8s are quite big, but for the price difference you may as well go for them. The 6s do pack a punch as well, although weren't working properly at the time.


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jamie wrote:

buying a decent bottle of italian red is a ball ache too big_smile

If there is such a thing as a decent bottle of Italian red, I'm yet to try it. Always give Italian reds a massive swerve.

He's definitely an exception to the rule, but he's shifting mega units whichever way you look at it. More than any other DJ producer I can think of. It's arguably pop more so than dance, but he's definitely shagging 2 birds with 1 johnny.

http://www.officialcharts.com/chart-new … aled-2958/

jamie wrote:

no mention of Ali Dia?

The Southampton player that conned Souness into thinking he was George Weah cousin.

He came on as a sub against Leeds and was taken off again a few minutes later.

Awful player but general legend IMO.

He very nearly scored a few minutes after coming on on his debut.  It could have all been very different for him had that gone in.


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To be fair, he'd probably put a £5 on Arsenal to win at 4-0 up.