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(36,385 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

I would rather have Scholes, Giggs or Van Nistlerooy back in their prime if I was a Utd fan. So many more better players than Rooney have played for Utd.

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(36,385 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

The more they play Rooney the better, fucking disaster, always has been.

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(201 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

fadass wrote:

TUEs are comical. Funny how Wiggins is getting thrown to the lions but the incumbent (Froome, soon to be African again) is getting the easy ride.

Plus ca change....

Soon to be African again? Have I missed something.

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(201 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Serious question about all this news with asthma and TUEs.

If I remember rightly from school, anyone who had asthma was severely hampered when it came any kind of aerobic sport due to the impact on the lungs.

With that in mind, how is it many of our top athletes and cyclists are asthma sufferers? I know it can be treated and that is an area of debate, but I would have put money on anyone with asthma not being at the pinnacle of many sports.

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(36,385 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

3 defeats in a row for Utd. Brilliant.

They are both on fire this year, you can't go wrong! Diggers has been getting in quite a few UK dates as well, it has been appreciated for sure!

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Boring wrote:

He was aiming for the other corner.

Neville even liked it and he's definitely die hard Man U last time I checked.

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(36,385 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Top strike by Hendon though you must admit!

Nick Muir wrote:
ukhursty wrote:

We caught Nick Muir mooching through the food area, however he seemed a bit miffed about being recognised!

A quick hello then he scarpered.

It's like lions - when I'm hungry and in an area where there's food, it's a dangerous environment. I extracted myself for reasons of safety.

Haha no worries, it was good to meet you anyway if only very briefly!

Those guys with the hybrid t-shirts were from the US apparently, one of them told me a 100+ had come over especially and the shirts had been made for the trip. Respect.

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(236 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

We caught Nick Muir mooching through the food area, however he seemed a bit miffed about being recognised!

A quick hello then he scarpered.

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(236 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

joeyp wrote:
Dermatron wrote:
ukhursty wrote:

Worst set goes to Fanciulli surprise surprise, what was all that about? With his entourage as well, pathetic.


LOL be careful. Joey wont hear a bad word about old Nic. Fucking rubbish he is too. Fanchewli, not Joey.

I don't believe it. Not until Ed who's credentials are at an all time high reports back will I consider

He spent more time high fiving and hugging his entourage than mixing, it was embarrassing.

Then he had the audacity to play 2 or 3 more flat boring soulless tunes after 9pm, the crowd were livid where I was. Just fuck off and let the proper djs on.

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(236 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Quality night and a quality set last night from S&D

Worst set goes to Fanciulli surprise surprise, what was all that about? With his entourage as well, pathetic.

Andrew Weatherall was absolutely stellar, brilliant!

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(236 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Looking forward to this now!

Not sure how they will replicate the magic of MoS back in April as that was a complete shock, however it will be good to watch them try!

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(128 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Glad I shifted to Samsung.

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(21 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Never bumped into anyone from here yet, although appearances are rare now due to family.

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(201 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Grant wrote:

Froome's drugs don't seem to be working so well today.

Where the fuck was this Quintana two months ago?!

Brilliant stage, brilliant race. This is what I wanted in thr tour.

Sky caught napping, and the crafty Colombian took advantage, I was loving it!

Froome looked to be struggling a little but, but he did have to do a fair bit more work than usual!

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(236 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Who's going to this? I'm in, arriving Friday afternoon, drink tokens purchased for quick entry.

Should be decent apart from the early finish, which isn't a bad thing as I have a stag do on Saturday.

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(36,385 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Grant wrote:

No, no, there isn't Hursty. Football is all about the overblown world of cunts and greed that is the Premier League.

Still excites me more than international football by a long way.

Nothing better than watching the trials and tribulations of the Premier League in my opinion.

I'm sorry is there anything football wise worth watching going on this weekend?

We have to wait till next weekend for the return of proper football.

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(156 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Yeah haha, it made for good racing again today though!

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(156 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Couldn't find the cycling drivel thread but what a refreshing race we have going on at the Vuelta.

Everything the tour wasn't. We've had some great racing in the mountains, gripping stuff. The stage on Monday was especially good entertainment with quite a few having a crack, froome struggling then coming back, gesink having a go, and Quintana looking comfortable in taking the win.

Fair play to the clarets.  Got to love the premiership, it's all going off already!

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(39 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Moreno and Firmino look like right gobshites.

They had a venue change?

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(25 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Have to say, Bedrock @ MoS was class.

I will be missing it though, sprog numero deux will have arrived by that point.

Sneaking in the social fest though!