I'll second musicals / theatre.

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Dermatron wrote:

Yeh to be honest no one in Australia really cares what happens to the inbred hillbillies that live up there. It more about the reef and rain forests.

Likewise what  the rest of the world cares about Australia. ;-)

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Fair one Simon,  I see your point of view and totally understand why they have had to implement these measures to satisfy the licence rules, however the reports are quite shocking for me,  and I personally will be giving it a swerve until I hear they have calmed down.


That isn't the clubbing I know and love.

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This is what happens when there are such draconian laws on so-called illegal drugs.

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Did I miss something, who actually went to sleep at Fabric?

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Krankie wants peeps who are disillusioned with Brexit to move north of the border.

Can't see that happening, most people move south.

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Dermatron wrote:

Adam LOLlana

Good miss that, I turned the game on just as he did it.

Plank.

Dermatron wrote:

Yep fraid so, zero tolerance. Bali likes to catch you then hang you (no pun etc) out to dry for two years while your embassy and family aimlessly and fruitlessly does everything it can to get you a reprieve thats never going to happen. Then they shoot you anyway after parading you round on TV the day before. Singa (hangy in changy) just hang you quick sharp with no reprieve. TBF you can stick all that up your bollix there's no way im giving a 2ft something shitbox that pleasure.


Fuck that.

Dermatron wrote:
Diminished Responsibility wrote:

Blindly booked tickets to singapore and the ultra festival.

Then I saw the rest of the line up and regretted it immediately. hahaha. Naah, it's going to be worth it, even if it means the set will be just about 2 hours. If it's really good maybe I'll trek it to Ibiza.

Come on Dermo let's meet, I know you're a singapore fan and it's not too far from australia. We can do a session at Jumbo Seafood as well.

Well. Rhouses. Myself and a few expat friends are talking about going. But unfortunately for you its going to be Bali. Its a lose lose for me though. Both countries support the death penalty for recreational enjoyment (not small boys).

Death penalty for quaffing Mick Mills? Bit harsh.

liquitech1 wrote:

..Hursty's spelling mistake causing mass confusion here

Yeah it was my phone dictionary. Apologies.

Take a look at @sashaofficial's Tweet: https://twitter.com/sashaofficial/statu … 38016?s=09

Nearest one for us is Croatia. Loads in the east. No Australia.

smallman1 wrote:
ukhursty wrote:

World tour had now UK dates on the details sasha posted.

Where and when please Hursty..

It was on his Twitter page, has no one see  it?

Let me find it

World tour had now UK dates on the details sasha posted.

Dermatron wrote:

John Stones & Pogba are the two most overrated players on the planet.

Throw Sterling into that mix. How we got the best part of 50mil is baffling.

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roberto wrote:
ukhursty wrote:
Grant wrote:

It was only 73% in England - I'd imagine referendum fatigue had set in - the in/out vote was much more important to people.

Which in/out vote?

This is where the arguments get interesting.

If the Scots really did want to stay in thr EU, why didn't they turn out for remain?

'Referendum fatigue' I hear you say, that's a new one for me.

They did.... http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/politics/eu_r … um/results


67% did, yes. 88% turned out for the indy ref....that was my point I was making earlier.

A stark difference.

T653 is an absolute fucking blinder.

Cheers Diggers!

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Boring wrote:

Hursty, you've got the right old hump about Scotland leaving. Don't worry you won't have to change your username.

Good one!

Not a massive hump, just with it being an interesting topic, it's good to get stuck into some of the details of the debate.


Surely there has to be a line in the sand with having referendums?

Personnally I'm not bothered if they have another vote, more the point of having one so soon after the 'once in a lifetime' vote potentially discredits the results anyway.

Although both votes were linked, they were different, and I'm not sure how Sturgeon has concrete evidence that she will win, or is it she is just playing political games at a time when the most important task is to do the best possible with the Brexit situation we are in.

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Grant wrote:

It was only 73% in England - I'd imagine referendum fatigue had set in - the in/out vote was much more important to people.

Which in/out vote?

This is where the arguments get interesting.

If the Scots really did want to stay in thr EU, why didn't they turn out for remain?

'Referendum fatigue' I hear you say, that's a new one for me.

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So 67% of the electorate turned out for Brexit, opposed to 88% for independence.

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Dermatron wrote:
ukhursty wrote:
Dermatron wrote:

Aren't the ones that want to leave the equivalent of brexiters? IE thick, uneducated lower classes basing their views on lack of knowledge and racism?  It's up to Scotland as a nation to deal with those dimwits if the majority of educated people want to stay.
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Yes if you read the Guardian and believe all the crap the media spin.

Well it was on Sky and BBC World news. Hardly holding hands those two are they?

I think it's quite easy to decide it's a clear cut black and white story in terms of which alleged class of people voted which way.

As we know from the polls, you can miss the general feeling of the public completely.

Do you really think the 'uneducated lower classes' even bothered to vote in droves when historically they never do, because they don't give a fuck?


Edit - The Scottish vote was a fair representation though, 88% turn out. Has anyone correlated that to how many voted for Brexit?  I'm betting a fair bit lower.

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Dermatron wrote:

Aren't the ones that want to leave the equivalent of brexiters? IE thick, uneducated lower classes basing their views on lack of knowledge and racism?  It's up to Scotland as a nation to deal with those dimwits if the majority of educated people want to stay.
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Yes if you read the Guardian and believe all the crap the media spin.

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When you compare Pogba to some of the class midfield players Utd have had over the years, he is an utter shambles. Let's not mention thr extortionate fee paid.

Desperation.

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Absolute joke of a government.

When will they actually start doing their job of governing the Scottish public rather than wasting all their time on the independence vote?

If they by some miracle do get another vote, I sincerely hope they achieve independence.

Good riddance.

mr rossi wrote:

Fair play to Suarez for being a massive cheating cunt.

What did he do this time? Haven't read the reports yet.

Wow. That is some pasting over 2 legs.

His time has to be up