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#46
if I said i'm listnin' too 'All Of Me Loves Domics Cumshots' by the Bay Saussy Rollers in the USA

How many cop cars da yar arll think theed send?

Jumpin a jackflash is 3 cars and 6 shoooooooters and if yar 90 yr old gran comes out wavin her walkin stick, wayell, y'all can dooble thaaat
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#47
(30-05-2020, 06:28 PM)Joe Baker Legend Wrote: PSS, have you been on the Cider, I have, Stowford Press is a good one

Hey Joe, now young man, you have an absolute eagle eye for a good pic right?  well young man, i am going to watch a film that i think you will really like, Ready Player One, I've just read the reviews and they say things like 'visually stunning', i am not exactly your video games type of guy, if you discount space invaders and galaxians, i ain't played for a while, get it?

but Joe imagine a film where it is all visually stunning, does it matter what happens?

as it happens things do happen an don't just explode, and it's Spielberg film, now i am not spielbigitey you know footstep follower but i saw AI now if you could give films 11/10 for the first 2 hours but the last 45 minutes was sort of 2/10, the film tried to answer the meaning of life in the end, but Spielberg does put good stories into films

so, young man, i am sorted for the evening, going down coop to get some fags and a bit of fresh air and then i iz watchin thayart feelarm (that means film in southern drawl)
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#48
i watched Ready Player One, it's quite a good film, excellent for anyone who has been with computer games from the earliest pre Space Invaders right the way through and also likes Back to the Future, it's almost a tribute film to the 70's and 80's mainly, music but mainly video games but also sci fi

Spielberg also has a great respect for Stanley Kubric, The Shining and maybe others or characters feature but there are many 'cameos', i think Spielberg sees the futuristicy type film director as being a bit of a relay race and he took over the baton from Kubric and maybe looking to hand it on to the next guy

The visuals weren't quite as euphorically amazing as i was hoping but good enough and the idea of a game extending out of the game into reality was good

It's aimed at young kids but too really enjoy this film you need to be knocking 50 to really get and spot all the subtleties

that is probably the most perplexing thing, it might of been an absolute all time classic if he'd gone for the older audience and made it more far more serious, could of got some really serious hard edge on the dangers of virtual reality as well as the escape addiction, it could of been a defining film but it's quite softened for the kiddies
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#49
i'm watching a Kevin Spacey film, he is out of favor right? American Beauty seems quite a good film for me, only briefly into it
but he is fantasising about cheerleaders the same age as his daughter, after this i'm going watch everything Weinstein was involved in
and then Michael Jackson stuff, then basically anything featuring brutal american cops ... ah i see most things on TV

Basically frowned upon, dissed and consigned to the scrapheap stuff is so under rated, i mean acceptable stuff is so out of fashion now

I'll have to wait 10 years and hopefully longer to watch killing eve, i mean it's lesbian psychopathtic murderers and they'll be in forever,
the bbc keep raving about it which makes it something to be avoided, i think you replace the attractive girl for a dungarees and
flat cap type that used to go into the new foresters on a friday and the ratings would plummet
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#50
American Beauty is actually quite thought provoking, Kevin Spacey's character finds himself and freedom and happiness,
but the next door neighbour is homophobic and when you look at Kevin Spacey's career now, well gets you thinking like are parallel universes connected somehow?
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#51
Vitamin D deficiency in contributing to upper respiratory tract infections has made the front page of the Daily Mail today.

Combining Vitamin D, sunshine and exercise and generally good healthy diet is potentially the best antidote.

Covid19 hit hardest after constant short days, susceptible people's vitamin D levels were at the lowest with levels of Vitamin D having declined over months prior to hitting rock bottom.

As we have experienced, the lack and depth of quality data and research is probably the reason for Vitamin D and other common sense things like sunshine, fresh air and healthy diet and excercise maybe not being esteemed more highly and in many cases having to take a back seat to the fake heroes namely: rubber gloves, facemasks, anti bacterial creams, wet wipes and flushing toilets, often loaded with all this stuff without the lid down.

Though I don't think the Daily Mail said that bit at the end.
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#52
i think Carv is just too pretty, maybe if he grew a gangly beard like Grabban, he'd score for fun

or if the backroom boys bandaged Carv's right arm to his body, taped some nasty looking entrails from the local butchers to his shoulder and he walked onto the pitch carrying his 'arm', lots of tomato ketchup, might be best when playing away, better still change to a white strip, tomato ketchup everywhere, well, i think that might work
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#53
(12-05-2021, 05:23 PM)Sabricadabra Wrote: People criticising Hughton for getting the sack after getting a club promoted to the Premier League. I’ve read it all now.

Any manager who managed to drag a throughly average second tier club like Forest to the Premier League would deserve the freedom of the city regardless of any other considerations. It would be a huge achievement given all the factors against it happening.

i'd give him the job for life and start a campaign to get him knighted if he got us to the PL, it would prove he is a top manager and an asset and still learning

but as it is, he has done absolutely nothing to indicate he will take us near the top 10, and no doubt a few players don't really want to work with him, though i hate judas players more than ineffective managers

i got say i would of much more preferred Martin O'Neill / Roy Keane, i really don't see what CH offers compared to the former, i'd also of preferred Warburton who previously did stock market analytics, clever stuff to some Socialist Workers Party revolutionary, i don't think CH is interested in football to be honest
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#54
i wish Chris was like marmite, Chris's flora margarine approach may well work and it means no flashpoints with anyone, fans, owner, maybe players as he'll just say they are dropped because he is concerned about there cholesterol

i reckon his views on social workers revolutionary ideology should be far more marmitey
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#55
he ain't heavy (really) he's my brother
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#56
the above was in response to Sniffer saying that noone loves him anymore

the one above that is that unfortunately you can't use the marmite thing on Chris Hughton even to explain the reasons why that is the case

the one above that is to do with some futuristic sci fi fictional thought that Chris Hughton could potentially lead us to the PL and then get sacked next day
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#57
(13-05-2021, 08:57 PM)PsychoStanleyStone Wrote: the above was in response to Sniffer saying that noone loves him anymore

the one above that is that unfortunately you can't use the marmite thing on Chris Hughton even to explain the reasons why that is the case

the one above that is to do with some futuristic sci fi fictional thought that Chris Hughton could potentially lead us to the PL and then get sacked next day

Does Chris Hughton dream of electric clean sheets?
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#58
seems like there has been some extreme flooding in India today,

found some longer coverage of the flooding in China and looks to me like there could be well more than 1000 deaths though like India these large catastrophe's barely make the news, similar to the 'black fungus' which is close to an epidemic in India, at least 4000 deaths but factor in India's statistical slack and maybe more like 40,000, this black fungus is very very nasty and targets post covid as in recovered covid people

The irony is the amount of almost non stories that can dominate the news, like prince harry or cummings or some unsolved individual tragedy from decades ago, even the 40,000 care home deaths needs some meaningful coverage.
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#59
a video was posted 7 hours ago regarding the soon, if not already forgotten flooding in Zhengzhou and the rather huge affected surrounding area

the chinese authorities have raised the official death toll to '68', 2 of these in the tunnel, i probably got the figure for the tunnel incorrect however i plumped at the total deaths from the first hit of the flood at being around 50,000

i guess my concern is the general quality of news reporting, even what is news, we will learn more about the Titanic and it will make more news even now than far larger and concerning events in the world now, particularly in China, specifically places like Zhengzhou and even more surrounding villages and there inhabitants who no longer exist

hopefully you will appreciate the quality of this video as investigative journalism, searching for truth, under the circumstances it reigns in criticism of the chinese authorities and focus's on the evidence and real impact of a catastrophe which will rarely ever pop up in conversation

if the video gets deleted search the channel: China Observer and the video is ''Flooded Tunnel Was Drained, Hundreds of Cars Found, but You Will Never Know the Truth''

they reckon 50,000 deaths 5 days ago, the Titanic 1,503 deaths on 15 April 1912 around 109 years ago, the Titanic sank and ended the catastrophe, Zhengzhou 'An $8billion Sponge City' is still sinking, there are common denominators, notably human error which often drives the unrelenting search for truth or should do anyway but maybe not in the case of Zhengzhou
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#60
I am pleased with the transfer window, as in feeling more pleased the more i think about it and take on board everything prior and everything being said

Xande Silva wants to play, wants to improve his game and is a very quick, direct, takes people on, type striker that we have been crying out for, this guy alone could well be the missing link, he's 24 on a permanent deal, played all through Portugal's youth sides consistently

Career stunted by a long term illness and now fully recovered which means his best has been saved for now, as in his playing career likely extended due to being moth balled for long spells

Just this guy alone is exactly what we have been crying out for, maybe slot him i a 3 or maybe 4 alongside either 3 or 4 of Mighten, Lolley, Carv, Zinc and Johnson behind Taylor

Also Drager a RB/Winger, Turkish international, i like it, though he is incredibly short 5ft 1in lol

Braian Ojeda, Panama international, very interesting and for the future

Let's see eh? the others some i really like the look of and even Garner who as a loan i think could be a backward step is a good player

I'm happy with all this considering we are bottom of the league these signings tick most of the boxes for me, and if it don't work out we just continue to blame Chris this is as good as it gets
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