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That Colin Murray makes me cringe. I saw him at the Leeds festival years ago, he was clearly off his tits, in between bands he comes on stage, starts telling everyone to look after each other and if we all do then that’s the meaning of life and the world will be amazing. . )Lucky for him every one in the crowd was off their tits by then so nobody was really listening. Elbow, pixies and queens of the Stone Age punctuated by that daft bastard.

Edit -actually he sounds quite good for that in hindsight, fair play to him

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5 hours ago, Reckoner said:

That Colin Murray makes me cringe. I saw him at the Leeds festival years ago, he was clearly off his tits, in between bands he comes on stage, starts telling everyone to look after each other and if we all do then that’s the meaning of life and the world will be amazing. . )Lucky for him every one in the crowd was off their tits by then so nobody was really listening. Elbow, pixies and queens of the Stone Age punctuated by that daft bastard.

Edit -actually he sounds quite good for that in hindsight, fair play to him

Thought the same as yourself but he has been Portrush all week and anyone wearing a LFC shirt gets the full 6 times treatment. Bit manic and annoying but defo a hard core supporter I have warmed to him.

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1 hour ago, sir roger said:

I am surprised Rees-Mogg hasn’t bought his kids the 1892 kit.

You there, fill it up with petroleum distillate, and re-vulcanise my tires post-haste. I'm sure the manual will indicate which lever is the velocitator and which is the deceleratrix.

 

 

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Clearly not Liverpool owner material or manager material with a big fuck off blue twilight background! Total disregard for our Liverpool aren't we heritage of all things red. For shame

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The Anfield Wrap. Redmen TV. That cringey ginger cunt that everyone raves about on here whose in billions but really he’s a crap actor and as I said, 1 cringey cunt

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As much as The Anfield Wrap people have no actual opinions, they give me something to listen to on the commute a couple times a week, so I like it. Even if it stinks, people who put out free LFC content are good.

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