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DVD/Movie/TV / Re: What's in/on Your DVD/VCR/PVR etc #17
« Last post by Bisto on Today at 00:19:01 »
Watched Coco... almost perfect.
.. for an animated kids film.
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Other Bands / Re: What's in Your CD Player etc....175
« Last post by pdw1 on Yesterday at 21:44:59 »
Galactic Cowboys - Long Way Back To The Moon
Galactic Cowboys - Space In Your Face
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DVD/Movie/TV / Re: Coco
« Last post by captainkurtz on Yesterday at 21:30:45 »

Wow, lengthy review for you mate, must be good...  ;) ;D
One word reviews are the best.  I'm nowt if not concise, me.  :)
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DVD/Movie/TV / Re: What's in/on Your DVD/VCR/PVR etc #17
« Last post by Reg on Yesterday at 20:54:53 »
I'm enjoying the re-run of early Castle on Your TV.
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Other Bands / Re: RIP Fast Eddie Clarke
« Last post by Reg on Yesterday at 20:52:05 »
Ah..No Sleep... what a perfect album cover, and a great album.

I also have very fond memories of Fastway, Trick Or Treat which I think I may still have on a cassette somewhere. Not that I have a player.
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General Sporting Chat / Re: Cycling - 2
« Last post by Slim on Yesterday at 19:57:51 »
Did 15 on Zwift, though Strava is telling me it's 14.99 for some reason.

London this time. The virtual roads were absolutely clogged, I think Zwift must be doing really well and I suspect they'll need to invest in some new routes to spread their users around a bit.

Took me just over an hour to do the 15 this time. A slower course I guess, but also I stopped once or twice to faff with the phone or the lights in the garage.

I do like the part where you rattle down into the tube station on wooden decking placed over the escalators.

Experimented with different camera views and settled on the first person view, instead of my usual camera-behind-virtual-self view. A bit more immersive.

So sick of the damp weather in the real world.

https://www.strava.com/activities/1371650110
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General Sporting Chat / Re: Cycling - 2
« Last post by Nick on Yesterday at 18:54:50 »
Another 5km treadmill run (30 mins), really hurting now, calves, hips, thighs. Decided the only benefit over cycling is that I can air drum/guitar as i trot along. Today Mob Rules.
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DVD/Movie/TV / Re: University Challenge
« Last post by BaldiePete on Yesterday at 17:00:51 »
I know there are a few other fans on here, so probably worthy of its own thread....

This year's bunch are severely lacking in personailty, apart from the bloke the other week who had a bow in his har. He just looked like a twat.

Questions are either getting easier or I'm getting cleverer

2 blokes from Hemel on earlier in the series  ;)


I watch it although I’m a couple of episodes behind. I agree there don’t appear to be any interesting personalities this year but I’m still astonished what a bunch of 20 year olds know. I can usually answer a few questions, some of which is because I’ve been around a long time and have had more time to learn stuff (and forget it). There was one recently with questions about electronics which I should have known since I have a degree in electronics but I just couldn’t remember the details. Mind you I did graduate back in the dark ages of 1983.  :o

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General Chat - English / Re: The Company Watchdog Thread
« Last post by captainkurtz on Yesterday at 13:13:11 »
Scottish Power are a fecking disgrace.  They can't do anything correctly.

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Other Bands / Re: Slayer calls it quits
« Last post by Jonners on Yesterday at 12:51:26 »
One last hurrah

Reign in Blood Tour, supported by Nuclear Assault, Birmingham Hummingbird. Easily the most intense/brutal I have ever been to

Always deliver
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