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Found 2 results

  1. Toddler

    Song for Bellers

    To the tune of Lost Prophets, Rooftops: "Standing on the Kop, watching Bellamy run his h-e-a-r-t o-u-t." Repeat ad infinitum. Catchy, easy to remember, appropriate (after all he scores fuck all goals) and Welsh!
  2. Paul

    The GF book thread

    I'm after some recommendations and thought I'd throw a few into the mix: "Altered Carbon" by Richard Morgan. I first read this in the summer and was blown away by it and am now on my second go. It's very gritty, noir-ish SF about this insanely hard bloke on the lam in a future where your consciousness can be stored, or transferred into new "sleeves" (bodies). Fucking ace. I've read a few of the "Eagle" novels by Simon Scarrow set in Britain during Caesar's day. They're nowt special, but are an entertaining diversion. "Wall & Piece" by Banksy was a Christmas book and it's absolutely addictive. Everyone who enters our bog seems to get lost for about half an hour because they start reading it. For those of you not in the know, he's a grafitti artist from Bristol who likes making anti-establishment artistic statements that look very nice on public walls. Just about to start "The Algebraist" by Iain M. Banks. I've read all his others and not got round to this yet. I'm also desperate for a new James Ellroy. Any other fans out there?
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