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(17 replies, posted in Mixes & Free Downloads)

Listening to this now,  lovely stuff Jamie. Will be grabbing a load of these tracks for sure.

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(614 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

It obviously runs in the family Jay.

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(118 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

poirot wrote:
dutchy101 wrote:

I was helping mentor a member of my team through their CIMA. After they had taken all their exams there was one final Q&A submission she had to do online. One of the questions asked for an example of a time with how they dealt with non-financial based risk at work. The response she had written was that one day she saw someone had left a box in a corridor and she identified it as a trip hazard and so asked someone to move it. I couldn't believe my eyes. I made her change it to a sensible answer, but in hindsight should have just let her submit that her response. Fucking Jesus.

ha ha must be dopey as to put that.

Unreal mate. Some people really shouldn't be allowed qualifications if that is the best they can come up with. Didn't want to sign if off as it was in my name (I have a reputation to uphold) but should have left her to it in hindsight.

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(33,109 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Can see Johnson topping himself. Career over. Nobody will go near him after this. He's going to get it in the neck for the rest of his life. Silly, silly man.

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(118 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Lot of anger from Fadass in the Valentines thread. A lifetime of no cards can do that to a man apparently. I read about it in a book.

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(17 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Is there a course I can study on how to become one of the world's most successful DJs when nobody has ever heard of you? Sounds like a great gig to me.

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(118 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

I was helping mentor a member of my team through their CIMA. After they had taken all their exams there was one final Q&A submission she had to do online. One of the questions asked for an example of a time with how they dealt with non-financial based risk at work. The response she had written was that one day she saw someone had left a box in a corridor and she identified it as a trip hazard and so asked someone to move it. I couldn't believe my eyes. I made her change it to a sensible answer, but in hindsight should have just let her submit that her response. Fucking Jesus.

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(118 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Scouring the interwebs for visual titbits?

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(118 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Hats off gents. I admire people who can do it. When I put down my pen after finishing the last exam I did at Uni I swore to myself it would be the last exam I ever sat. Not that I grafted in Uni at all - on the contrary, I did absolutely fuck all for 3 years but just can't get with the thought of studying any more. Although my job can be a bit of a ball-ache sometimes, it suits me and I'm happy to sit here and fucking rot.

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(118 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

poirot wrote:

I cant do it. Mrs goes work leaves me in charge. Meanwhile 9 assignments to do in 5 weeks.

What you studying for mate? I seriously admire anyone who can study whilst having a job. I can't honestly think of anything worse than finishing a day of work and starting on the books / lectures. If I wanted to, I could get work to pay for all manner of courses and we have a good policy for study leave with up to 8 days off a year as well. Problem is I end up working on my holidays / weekends as it is. Can't even imagine the pile up of work that would be sitting there for me if I had to take time off to study.

Let alone doing it with a baby in the house.

Ame doing an all nighter there at the end of the month as well.

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(5,913 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

I paid £140 for my 'hospitality' ticket when I went to Anfield earlier this season. My train ticket was £80 return. My brothers and I also paid my dad's share which meant we each forked out about £300 to go and see us get tanked 3-0 by West Ham.

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(33,109 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Are you sure it isn't Purps sneaking into the gym area?

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(33,109 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

smallman1 wrote:

Good to see Liverpool out of the cup.

Benteke is an absolutely shocking footballer.

Confidence shot to bits. Should have had at least a brace yesterday.

Fuck knows why Lucas decided to push his man in the back coceding a set piece for us to defend in the last minute,  lol.

Liverpool were better than I thought they'd be when I saw the lineup. Esoecually with Lucas and Ilori in central defence. West Ham should have had a penalty so was a fair result in the end. Hope they can go on and win it.

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(81 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Haha

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(81 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Doesn't block the window - sits about 18 inches off the floor on a low table and only goes 8 inches or so above the windowsill.

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(81 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Had toyed with the idea of wall mounting, but it will be a complete fucker to sort out and will mean rearranging my whole room to accommodate. The TV currently sits nicely in the bay window area.

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(81 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

New tvs etc are going to have to wait until my son is old enough to stop poking it and slapping his hands across the screen. Just waiting for him to start launching things at it. Might be needing a new one sooner than I'd like as it goes.

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(81 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Not really got a want list, other than finishing off my house. Need to get new bay windows done and the drive and then I'm about done.

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(118 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Box of black magic and flowers from the petrol station. On the way back from the pub.

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(118 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Marco Pierre White's pub was called The Yewtree Inn. Just saying

Lol

Had a listen to South Beach last night as it goes. Brilliant release.

What do you call a West Ham fan in a nightclub?


A raving iron.

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(33,109 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Lol!