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  2. Bjornebye

    BBC Glastonbury Coverage

    Blossoms are alright. Got a few good little songs, it would be silly to suggest otherwise. They had Mel C on stage with them today apparently though. Fuck sake. The Libertines played at midday, I haven't seen the set but fuck me they could have headlined this years ago if they didn't start shoving needles in their arms. Mind you, would the music have been as good if they hadn't?
  3. AngryOfTuebrook

    Rate the last TV Show you watched

    A bold claim directly under a post about The Sopranos.
  4. AngryOfTuebrook

    Which player will you be saddest to see leave?

    Our best players used to leave because they felt that they couldn't achieve what they wanted to achieve if they'd stayed; they always left us with a sense of what might have been and, occasionally, a sense of betrayal. It's just not like that now.
  5. Today
  6. Rat boy making out it’s just about spending a bit more money despite them outspending everyone else over the last 6 years. It’s far less palatable to admit they are in a spiral of decay that looks like it’s not stopping any time soon.
  7. cloggypop

    BBC Glastonbury Coverage

    I saw them supporting the Coral over here.
  8. Saintslfc13

    Which player will you be saddest to see leave?

    Bobby for me out of the current crop.
  9. Strontium

    Star Wars

    I enjoyed it. It was by no means perfect, but there were things to admire. The best thing I can say for it really is that it doesn't diminish the films that came before it, and in some ways enhances them. I liked that it fixed some of the holes in the original trilogy; Vader says he killed Anakin, just as Obi-Wan told Luke, and you learn why Obi-Wan calls him Darth, and why Leia doesn't mention that she knows Obi-Wan in her hologram message, and why Vader abandons his obsessive search for Obi-Wan. It was good that the unfairly-maligned Hayden Christensen got to have another crack at playing Anakin, and that a few other actors who were criminally underused in the prequels got to flesh out their characters a bit. You get an appreciation for the lengths Owen and Beru went to to protect Luke, and it makes their demise in the original film that more tragic. Similarly, Alderaan is a lush, living planet, and its destruction actually means something now; it's not just a plot device. It would be easy to punch holes in the plot, there's always a few bits in these things that stretch credibility, but why would you do that unless you're determined not to like it in the first place. The writers' hands are tied by the fact that most of these characters need to survive another decade or so. We all know that it doesn't make sense for Obi-Wan not to kill Vader in his weakend state, but the narrative can't allow it. So yeah, It was fine. It passed some time pleasantly enough.
  10. The Midnight Rambler

    BBC Glastonbury Coverage

    I like this one. Sounds like summit the Coral would put out as a bside.
  11. Alan Sex

    Funniest TV Scene Tournament - Group H

    I picked Rimmer, then realized as funny as it is I should have picked Enfield. Oh well, looks like a runaway anyway.
  12. Vincent Vega

    Boris Johnson

    His corruption is endless.
  13. The fact he’s trying to sign either Ajax players who played for him, or players who’ve played for Ajax before his time, would have me very worried if I was a Manc. It suggests a lack of imagination and being wedded to the Ajax style of playing. This may or may not work out in English football.
  14. Vincent Vega

    Summer 2022 Transfer Thread

    I thought Gabriel Jesus had a good second half to last season, but there’s a reason City are happy to let him go.
  15. Vincent Vega

    BBC Glastonbury Coverage

    Blossoms. In the name of fucking god. Utter shite.
  16. Yesterday
  17. Bjornebye

    Takumi Minamino

    I'm a bit gutted he's gone. Good option from the bench and could score against the shitter teams. Good luck to him, I think he's a bit better than Monaco.
  18. Bjornebye

    Summer 2022 Transfer Thread

    For one half at Anfield that Cucurella looked shite. Second half he looked brilliant. Not sold on him. He'd be 3rd choice here.
  19. Power Book IV: Force Power spin off on Amazon with Tommy. Anyone who enjoyed Power should watch this, it's arguably better than Power (which was great for 3 seasons then got a bit ....) They've already decided on a second series. 8.5/10
  20. 3 Stacks

    Summer 2022 Transfer Thread

    City are not exactly getting weaker. They will essentially swap Jesus, Sterling and a washed Fernandinho for Haaland, Alvarez and Phillips. On paper, that is at least an upgrade on 2 out of the 3 players. Plus Cucurella.
  21. Colonel Bumcunt

    Summer 2022 Transfer Thread

    Have City got another signing up their sleeve? Losing Jesus, and Sterling, and perhaps Silva, can't all be covered by Haaland.
  22. Geoff Woade

    The world of a woman.

    Against the odds I put on Mr Inbetween and it was met with grudging approval. Deep down she’s furious as there needs to be an acknowledgment I was correct.
  23. John102

    BBC Glastonbury Coverage

    The Four Tet set is decent.
  24. Bjornebye

    BBC Glastonbury Coverage

    Hahahaha Bobby Gillespie "Have a great weekend, don't get too fucked up, don't end up like us and Fuck the Tories"
  25. Strontium

    The world of a woman.

    She watches so much shit (Love Island, Gogglebox, Real Housewives etc) but I just managed to get her into Curb Your Enthusiasm, so we're watching the whole lot from beginning to end.
  26. VladimirIlyich

    america - fucked up

    Apart from Stringy,nobody else over here remembers our Civil War so its a bit unfair to include theirs.
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