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  1. As much as I used to enjoy 80’s sitcom and Soap spin off Benson, I won’t be voting for his namesake against John Lennon.
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    Hayek v Keynes

    Never heard a song by either. No doubt the winner of this tie will knock out David Bowie in the next round and spoil my week before it’s begun.
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    Greatest Male Solo Artist - Neil Diamond vs Prince

    Clearly Prince is the more talented musician and he’s going to win this one. Neil Diamond deserves to go down fighting though so, for that reason alone, I’m voting for him.
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    Ajax (A) Champions League - 21/10/20 - 20:00

    And how brilliant they both were...
  5. I suspect this one will be close, might even be a win for Stevie Wonder, but it’s Paul Simon for me. I love his words, one of the lyricists from the very top table for me.
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    What constitutes the perfect cooked breakfast?

    That stuff pretending to be bacon looks like it’s been placed in a cross symbol warning people that the plague lies beyond it.
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    Rate the last TV Show you watched

    I saw a pretty average review of this so had swerved up to now. Based on this, I’ll give it a shot. Enjoyed it. A very easy watch with a bit of heart. It’s not world class television but I liked it. 7/10.
  8. I liked Billy Bragg a lot when I was younger. Billy Joel seems to have grown on me as time’s ticked on. Listen to him much more than I do Billy Bragg these days. Close but Billy Joel for me.
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    Youth Team/Cup

    Piss poor that. I get all the ‘win at all costs’, ‘dog eat dog’ stuff but there’s a line and that’s a million miles over it.
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    little things that annoy the shit out of you

    The magician wasn’t there in a magic capacity. As far as I could tell he was an invited guest who mistakenly thought I’d rather watch card tricks than talk to hot lesbians. It’s probably my own fault, giving off the wrong vibe somehow.
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    little things that annoy the shit out of you

    This would definitely be a ‘leaving me’ offence. No coming back from doing that.
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    Fuck me, relationships are hard work sometimes

    Looks in need of some work. You should get the builders in.
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    The GF book thread

    I’m really enjoying One Summer: America, 1927 by Bill Bryson. Not quite finished it yet and I know it’s one of those books I’ll grieve for when I do. As the title suggests, it’s an account of some of the events of that year and the stories behind the major players. Some things I have some existing knowledge of; e.g. Charles Lindbergh’s solo flight across the Atlantic and Babe Ruth’s record breaking season in terms of home runs but the detail Bryson provides is fascinating. There’s plenty of other events I’m learning about for the first time, it’s educational as well as engaging. It really was an incredible year brought to life by a genuinely brilliant writer. Some may find it quite long with perhaps too much attention to detail. Not me though, I love it. 9/10.
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    Rate the last TV Show you watched

    Far be it from me to say I did say but I did say.
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    Fuck me, relationships are hard work sometimes

    Nah, you’re fucked. Might not be anytime soon but there’s no coming back once you start to descend the slippery slope. Hindsight is a wonderful thing but in five years you’ll wish you stewed her in the slow cooker and fed her to the beagle before running off with one of the old ladies you keep in the cellar.