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Palace just done Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool - funny old league...

*chuckles*

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ghostriddenhuffy wrote:

Not my favorite, but you can get really creative with the ingredients and mixing agents.  An acquired taste, but sits firmly at #2 behind Vodka for me.

To all intents and purposes Gin is simply juniper flavoured Vodka.

*swoons again*

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Boring wrote:

I'm really not liking this Dermo Fadas tension. It reminds me of the eighties.

http://e.snmc.io/lk/f/a/ff80a3f98456552ad22228f63927ef86/5510955.jpg

Halcyon days...

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Dermatron wrote:
liquitech1 wrote:

...Sarah Palin was looking well at the WH earlier. Defo both pipes. Many times.


I still stand by that. Not big cats obviously, they don't shut in your garden bed. Domestic cats do and they also kill everything that moves of wildlife.

Early onset Dermentia?

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liquitech1 wrote:

..yeah, Kev, he was an unpredictable fighter with very heavy hands. By no means an all rounder but he could punch with the best of them. Graham was dominating him in that fight actually before he got sent to the moon. The referee even spoke with Jackson's corner when he was sitting between rounds 3 and 4 to see if he wanted to go on, it was that one sided.

Good memories mate - I used to love watching 'Bomber' - was always slightly confused how he never met any of the Benn/Watson/Eubank boys who were bashing seven bells out of each other around the same time - seem to remember reading not so long ago that Graham had got himself into a bad way - sad story for a great boxer.

*edit*

Just Googled a bit about old Bomber and found this - exactly as you describe it - Bomber's all over the lad and then BOOOOM - fucking hell...

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liquitech1 wrote:

..anyone see this? Unbelievable shot!

https://twitter.com/WorldSnooker1/statu … 5714079748

That's extraordinary.

roberto wrote:

Some Radio 2 shizzle..... 3 hours of Norman Jay

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08lzmsh

Had that on in the car on the weekend - some nice stuff but then NJ pretty much guarantees that eh?

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liquitech1 wrote:

..great vid, Smashy. Love me a knockout compilation. Don't know if anyone on here will remember Julian Jackson but this guy was one of the best punchers of all time. Very few matched his technique.

Christ - he could bang a bit couldn't he - the second knock out on that video (starts on 1m08s) is hilarious - think he only ever came across my radar when he fought Herol Graham and I think Graham's knock-out features briefly on that vid - great stuff.

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djdiggers wrote:

Fixed that for you smile

Probably not-suitable-for-Wallies by the way...

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baggers44 wrote:
smashdad wrote:
baggers44 wrote:

Produced in the dead days of 1982 after he had announced the split.

'Produced' or 'released'...? [/pedantry]


errr both I would have thought. I'd have to look it up if anyone cared.

I care baggsy - I thought it was recorded just before the Weller dropped the 'split-bombshell' - educate me though - show me where it says The Bitterest Pill was recorded/produced after the split had been announced...
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ghostriddenhuffy wrote:

"A sophistical rhetorician, inebriated with the exuberance of his own verbosity, and gifted with an egotistical imagination that can at all times command an interminable and inconsistent series of arguments to malign an opponent and to glorify himself."

     -Benjamin Disraeli (1804-1881) British politician and author.

What a glorious quote - I reckon if they were being honest there's at least half a dozen regular posters on here who'd fucking love something so beautifully measured, eloquent and acerbically accurate to be written about them...

baggers44 wrote:
smallman1 wrote:


Produced in the dead days of 1982 after he had announced the split.

'Produced' or 'released'...? [/pedantry]

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smallman1 wrote:

I'm 20 years younger than you and a marathon runner Derm.

I know where'd I put my money on who'll expire first.

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-OiwtxjNmSJ0/UxLW22tYFXI/AAAAAAAAEdo/p9JLSrE18r4/s1600/jim-fixx.jpg

http://www.in-house.ie/images/stories/virtuemart/product/brown-bread.jpg

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Been given tickets to see Sean Lock in a couple of weeks time - 'stand by for feedback'...

jamie wrote:

the election in the UK means pretty much nothing to the people in the UK - the general public are apathetic to say the least, however it shows stability to the global markets. Brexit is going ahgead whatever - there's no turning back on it IMO - no party is going to oppose it too much as the people voted and they will appear undemocratic if they oppose it.

Really - it means 'nothing' to the people of the UK...?  And the LibDems are diametrically opposed to Brexit hence why some folk on this thread are already stating their intention to lend them their vote.



Boring wrote:

The SNP are currently requesting an Independence vote a couple of years after the last one but the English are saying it's too soon.

It would be hypocritical of them to block the Tories' request for a vote so soon after the last one.

May's having an election because Brexit has fundamentally changed things. The SNP may be planning to force her into applying the same logic to an independence referendum. That plan won't work.

Strikes me as somewhat hypocritical of Theresa May to tell the Krankie she can't have a second referendum on independence and then within a month or so do a complete 180 on her previous General Election position and not only announce her desire for one but to frame it in such a way as to effectively make it a second vote on Brexit.

Nick Sneddon wrote:
shaunstrudwick wrote:
roberto wrote:

This could be a monumental moment for the Lib Dems. The simple truth of the matter is that anyone who is opposed to Brexit should vote for them and in four years time, get back to whatever you were interested in. The opposite is to see this country split from the EU "hard". That would take years to turn around....

absolutely 100% this ^

Vote for a homophobic god botherer? No thanks

Absolutely 100% this.

jamie wrote:
smashdad wrote:

Baffles the fuck out of me why Labour and the SNP have already agreed to vote for the General Election in tomorrow's debate - cannot for the life of me see what either of them stand to gain so why hand the Tories the 2/3rds majority they require tomorrow to do what they want...

Anybody help me understand?

Because the country has to look united and relatively stable once the Brexit negotiations start so they are doing it to try and drum up foreign confidence in the country?

And how does that benefit the Labour Party and/or the SNP?

Common consensus has it that a General Election in June will see the Labour Party finished in its current structure and the SNP cannot effectively improve on their current showing of MPs plus the absolute last thing they want is for Brexit to go ahead at all...

So, I ask again - why have Labour and the SNP already stated that they'll support the Government's request for a General Election on 8th June?  Why the fuck aren't they using the debate tomorrow to strengthen their opposition to this government and doing everything in their power to deny Theresa May the 434 votes she needs to get what she wants?

Baffles the fuck out of me why Labour and the SNP have already agreed to vote for the General Election in tomorrow's debate - cannot for the life of me see what either of them stand to gain so why hand the Tories the 2/3rds majority they require tomorrow to do what they want...

Anybody help me understand?

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Squidgy wrote:
Another legend wrote:

The last man standing of an incredible era for Chelsea Football Club . What a pleasure to play with the greatest defender of the Premier League history. In fact, I'd put him up with any defender in world football of any era.

Collymore's running a Twitter vote asking that very question - with three hours left as I type 31,428 people have voted and 70% of them say 'No', Terry is NOT the PL's greatest centre-back.

Riveting stuff.

Third in the occasional series of back-to-back mixes by Zachary and I - he kicks it off and then it's two-on-two-off for two hours - expect techno and tech-house...

ZMKS Collaboration 03 - April 2017

01 JPLS - Zero Point
02 Gary Beck - Hillview
03 Klartraum - All Dimensions (Hatikvah remix)
04 dubspeeka - k130
05 EQD - #111 03
06 Bleak - Subject Target
07 Prince Of Denmark - GS
08 Nathan Coles & David Coker - Smashed Up (Vox mix)
09 Mark Broom - Nucleus (Mark Broom Dub mix)
10 Winx - Don't Laugh (Extended mix)
11 Scuba - Black On Black (Len Faki Goes Black remix)
12 Freaky Disco - Electric Duck
13 DUST - Kolobos
14 DVS1 - Coding
15 The Hacker & Eric Borgo - Zone
16 Array Access - Variation 2 (Eomac remix)
17 Percy X - On A Day (remix)
18 Robert Hood - Unix
19 Kanding Ray - Outremer
20 Pig & Dan - Sly Detector
21 Function & Vatican Shadow - Bejeweled Body
22 Juan Atkins & Infiniti - Flash Flood (Function remix)
23 Skober - Butterfly Effect
24 Patrice Baumel - Dum Dum
25 Plastikman - Spastik
26 Zachary Matthews - Innocence (Avid Acid mix)

hearthis
Soundcloud
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Sounds great in the mix Zach...
wink  smile