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(20 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

erik.b wrote:

Fire again I expect

Anywhere else and i might be tempted

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(152 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

smallman1 wrote:

I wonder if anyone on here wore Rockports?

A had a pair a good few years ago, wouldn't wear them now though

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(23,824 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Been lacking a decent LB for a few years now, Rose is too unpredictable and Assou Ekkoto is a liability

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(152 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Lets not forget this club "classic"

Happy birthday Damo, have a good one

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(152 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

steelydan wrote:

loved this London Venue

http://history-is-made-at-night.blogspo … d.html?m=1

and Sabresonic@happy jacks

Fuck me i remember Happy Jacks, a dingy Railway arch near London bridge, had some good nights there though

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steelydan wrote:

Sasha's GU Ibiza 10/10

Cd 1 certainly, CD2 drops it slightly but is still one of the best GU's

stylustrouble wrote:
jamie wrote:

http://alsolikelife.com/shooting/images/duel/duel5.jpg

Totally sinister.

Great movie, Rusty Nail in Roadkill was quite sinister too

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(36 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Met him once years ago, seemed a decent guy

BedRob wrote:

Clockwork Orange - cant remember his name

Malcolm McDowell?

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(23,824 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Yant wrote:

£63m for Rodriguez.

Madrid will be a bit top heavy this season, mind you, Toni Kroos isnt a bad signing either

rabbitweed wrote:

Sad times.... have been a member since day one, though I rarely post anymore but I do read regularly. sad

Hi Hannah *waves*

http://cdn.hitfix.com/photos/2779363/10.-Louis-Cyphre-in-Angel-Heart-1987_gallery_primary.jpg

Hes played a few tbf

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(1 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Now Nick Griffin has stood down as leader of the BNP maybe you should throw your name into the hat, reckon you could unite the party and move them forward

jamie wrote:
Grant wrote:

Get a grip fellas, fucking hell.

Leave them to it.

I want to see how long it takes for someone to post a robbie williams song.

Can't find Flares remix on YouTube, shame

And this one

Always quite partial to this one myself

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(23,824 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BtE6phgCQAAlAWr.jpg

Love him or hate him, this is class from Patrice

steelydan wrote:
MattBlack wrote:
smallman1 wrote:

Elton John and Bernie Taupin are the greatest song writing duo ever.

Ill never forgive them for Candle in the wind

Nikita…

The Russian bird in the video was quite fit though

smallman1 wrote:
MattBlack wrote:
smallman1 wrote:

Elton John and Bernie Taupin are the greatest song writing duo ever.

Ill never forgive them for Candle in the wind

A beautiful song for a beautiful person.

Princess Diana or Marilyn Monroe?

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(23,824 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

What about Scholes, he retired at 27 because the manager wanted him to play on the left to incorporate Gerrard and Lampard, i agree with Edward, Gerrard has been a great servant for England but hes no Pirlo and should bow out and let someone else take the mantle now

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jamie wrote:
MattBlack wrote:
jamie wrote:

the likes of Carrick "retiring" a few years back because he wasn't picked etc. what a cunt.

I think you mean Carragher, im not sure Carrick ever officially retired

http://www.goal.com/en-gb/news/3284/eur … tires-from

He never said he actually retired and only made himself unavailable for the 2012 tournament, he didnt come back into the international fold and was involved in the qualifiers although wasnt in the actual World cup squad, Gerrard has actually retired from International duty completely, like John Terry did a few years ago. The alternative is what Beckham did, hang around until the manager effectively ends your career for you

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smallman1 wrote:

Fat Frank should step up for the England captaincy.

The youngsters would respect a player who has won the job lot.

Really, he doesnt even have a club anymore does he or did Roman give him one more year?

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(23,824 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

jamie wrote:

the likes of Carrick "retiring" a few years back because he wasn't picked etc. what a cunt.

I think you mean Carragher, im not sure Carrick ever officially retired

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jamie wrote:
MattBlack wrote:

Now Stevie G has retired from International football i hope Frank Lampard follows suit


retiring from a national team is bollocks IMO.

Why, if he hadnt im sure Woy would still pick him so hes done his job for him