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    The Space Thread

    Love this stuff. For anyone who's interested... relief map of Mars showing Olympus Mons volcano (top left) which is 16 miles high and 374 miles across. The lowest (blue) areas are also where some scientists believe oceans once existed, note the 'inlets' and apparent coastlines. Any more?
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    Probably my favourite programme on terrestrial TV these days, it was ace tonight, Shami Chakrabarti was going apeshit about Milliband's soiled-pants performance in the whole US Intelligence/torture affair.
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    My milfs of choice are: Susan from Neighbours, got her hair short now though. The President from the new Battlestar Galactica...
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    Rate the last film you watched...

    Navy Seals, 9/10. Michael Biehn as Kyle Reese and Charlie Sheen as Charlie Sheen. Basically Top Gun with no jets and a class action film that doesn't get the credit it deserves.
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    Other Football - 2018/19 Season

    Bought the Mirror yesterday as I had some time to kill and it was a full on Manc wankfest, complete with profiles of the 'up and coming' stars of the future. Was like the 90s all over again. Regardless of how much I hate them I never cease to be amazed by how they can brand and rebrand themselves and everyone swallows it. Years ago they were the 'biggest club in the world' despite being in the second division, now they've somehow branded themselves as minnows who overcame Mr Moneybags PSG, despite spending something like the third highest amount in world football on players. You only have to look at the calibre of player they were able to bring on against us.
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    ISIS - To Attack or Not?

    Javed didn't take any decision based on legal advice or constitutional rights or any of that business, he did it to pander to the angry mob. Just like with his manufactured English channel migrant invasion the other week and his standing on coastguard boats. It's clear both him and Rudd want May's job and they're going after different wings of the party, she's having road to Damascus moments over pip and UC and he's playing the strongman.
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    Instant cunt identifiers

    Most people I know who do do it for cost. There's deffo a teen hipster angle these days though. Rollies and donkey jackets and talking about Bob Dylan music as though they just discovered it buried away in a record shop.
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    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    Two stories about Umuna today. (1) scrapping tuition fees and rationalizing the utilities are a waste of money. (2) bring back national service for 16-year olds. It's like when you have a bad pint and you spend the next day projectile vomiting.
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    Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

    Yep, it will be a long road back. Sports science has come on leaps and bounds though since the likes of Fowler and Shearer did theirs.
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    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    Some serious whooshing has gone on on this thread.
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    Star Trek - The Shit, or Just Shit?

    Yeah it was absolutely top drawer. Really interested to see what this threat from the future is. Can't help but think they're gonna tie it into the Picard series somehow..
  12. Don't think so. Think the poor guy drowned in El Salvador. He was a friend of Tom Ross I think. Was only young.
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    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    Something something Spain subs
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    Rate the last film you watched...

    Really hope the new sopranos prequel borrows from the style which I think it will.
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    Rate the last film you watched...

    Watching Goodfella on Netflix because as usual there's fuckall else on it. It's flawless. 10/10. The life he leads in the first half of the film just looks fucking boss, especially when he's a kid.
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    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    Rico smells of poo.
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    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    No good. Can't hear you.
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    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    Do you know Rico that when I worked (albeit briefly) in your industry I used to give people money? Some woman phoned up once because her husband had left her and not been paying the bills. She owed 600 quid, but I moved her out on the computer and back in again the next day, reducing it to 12.50. I fought the man. You NEED the man.
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    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    This was rebuffed and explained in the following post. I know what time it is.
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    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    Rico negging my posts now because I can't read and respond to his, desperate times indeed for the wee man.
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    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    Stories all over the press today about a third of Britain's billionaires leaving the country for tax havens. The notion that Labour will drive these people out and the Tories won't and that somehow by keeping them hear we all benefit is all clearly bollocks. They hoover up the cash and then they take the rest of us like a beer can, crush it and throw it over their shoulder. Philip Greene's BHS pensions, slaves Ineos wages, it's just wealth extraction pure and simple until there's nothing left.
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    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    I meant the previous 10 years to that bit of growth just after the credit crunch, it may have been one particular quarter but the piece I read ages ago said it was basically the shot in the arm that helped save the world economy, that he wanted the EU to expand it but Merkel wouldn't. Sarkozy and Obama thought he was some kind of maverick genius though by all accounts. The coalition's economy policy killed the recovery in its crib. No doubt that was the plan mind, the wealthy got richer and the poor got poorer, and all our public assetts got sold off. It was a pre-planned gank and grab and a job very well and expertly done. As the former Bank of England policy-maker Danny Blanchflower notes in the most recent New Statesman, the budget stimulus led to Britain's economy actually growing 3.1% between the autumns of 2009 and 2010. Under the coalition in the year afterwards, it grew 0.3%.
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    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    Our biggest period of growth for ten years was just after the credit crunch when Brown went all Keansian on its ass. But then the country in its eternal wisdom elected a party that previously destroyed its infrastructure which has once again, would you believe it, destroyed its infrastructure. All while swallowing Cameron's cloven hooved horseshit about Labour's profligate and wasteful spending.
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    ISIS - To Attack or Not?

    One of the big worries with the 'war on terror' was that the ethics of our own societies we were trying to protect would eventually be undone. We've turned into quite a petty, nasty, paranoid and all-round fearful bunch of arseholes.