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I'd quite like to document whether or not there was actually any truth to religious malarkeys in the hope of avoiding many centuries of fannying on.

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For me its either curly fries or any kind of ribs that have either buffalo or louisana hot sauce on them.

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General / Google+
« on: July 10, 2011, 10:10:34 pm »
Surprisingly good after the let down of Buzz from Google and Ping from apple. Google+ takes the good parts of Facebook and adds to them. Different circles for sharing things is neat if you dont want people from work seeing you plastered or if you dont want your parents seeing you talking about shagging. the photo system is pretty nice and you even see EXIF info and a histogram. Its non-reciprocal like twiiter; people can follow you but you dont have to follow them back, and it retains the facebook style layout but has a nice, cleaner look to it.

its a bit shit at first when you join as you have very few friends but once you get people on there it livens up

you need an invite to join - post your email here or in a message and ill shot you one.

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General / last NOTW headline
« on: July 10, 2011, 12:34:06 am »


sorry might have been better

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General / Proof dyson airblades are from the future
« on: July 05, 2011, 06:54:56 pm »

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General / This sums up the only good part about Independance Day
« on: July 04, 2011, 11:26:42 pm »

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General / Steam Daily Deals for summer sale
« on: July 04, 2011, 11:25:12 pm »
This is easier to link direct to because of the formatting. some bargains to be had!

http://www.reddit.com/r/gaming/comments/ighv6/steam_summer_camp_sale_day_5_doom_fallout_new/

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General / Where are you all going on holiday this year?
« on: July 04, 2011, 11:22:27 pm »
Assuming you are! It's quite hot in the UK for a change so I guess holidays here are on the cards as well. Anyone got anything planned?  :thumb

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Gigs & Tours / Soil & Puddle of Mudd at the empire
« on: July 04, 2011, 11:19:58 pm »
Old School!

The Empire Loudly and Proudly presents...

Wed 19th Oct 2011

>>> Soil & Puddle of Mudd <<<

Plus Special Guests : Verses and Dear Superstar

14+ ages welcome / £15 tickets

6:00pm doors
6:30-7:00 VERSES
7:15-7:45 DEAR SUPERSTAR
8:10-9:15 SOIL / POM
9:40-10:45 SOIL / POM

Headliner will be decided on the night!

www.seetickets.com // www.hmv.co.uk // Tickts onsale 9am July 5th

[AFTERSHOW PARTY AT BAD MEDICINE ROCK CLUB 10PM - 3AM! Details below!]

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SOiL returns to the UK with their original lead singer and founding member Ryan McCombs (on loan from the band Drowning Pool) and fellow founding members Tim King (Bass) and Adam Zadel (Lead Guitar). For Puddle Of Mudd, these upcoming shows will be the first time the band has toured the UK since 2002.

"The UK has always been a true home for SOiL" states bassist Tim King. "To also have Ryan (McCombs) singing and to be sharing the stage with Puddle of Mudd will be something special for both us and the fans.”

“After the fantastic reception we got at Download this year, we’re excited to be coming back for our first proper UK run in years,” commented Puddle Of Mudd lead guitarist Paul Phillips. “We played a bunch of shows back in the day with SOiL so it’s gonna be nice to be on the road with them for this run.”

SOiL has confirmed a set list comprised of select cuts from the Scars and Re.de.fine albums, along with a surprise song from the debut Throttle Junkies release. The band’s breakthrough album Scars (featuring the hits “Halo” and “Unreal”) was released Sept 11, 2001, making 2011 the 10th anniversary of the release.

Puddle Of Mudd’s upcoming fifth studio album - re:(disc)overed - finds the band tackling classic rock songs as only they know how. The new album includes such classics as AC/DC’’s “TNT,” Steve Miller’s “The Joker,” and even Elton John’s “Rocket Man plus a tonne more!

Supporting the tour as well will be UK rockers Dear Superstar along with VERSES


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AFTERSHOW PARTY!

> After Bowling For Soup & crew joined team Bad Med for some late night partying, we're hopeing POM and Soil will do the same!

>Bad Medicine

>Spensleys & Atik

>18+ Only

> Rock DJs, Amazing Drinks Deals and Pole Dancers! £4 or £2 with your gig wristband. All welcome!

www.facebook.com/badmedicinerockclub

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General / Tribe meets white man for the first time
« on: June 23, 2011, 08:31:37 pm »
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oyLvdm1JXsg

Saw this on reddit earlier, amazing.

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General / Falling Skies
« on: June 21, 2011, 11:17:31 pm »
Download this shit mang.

First 2 eps have had great ratings (Beaten the walking dead by a million)



FALLING SKIES opens in the chaotic aftermath of an alien attack that has left most of the world completely incapacitated. In the six months since the initial invasion, the few survivors have banded together outside major cities to begin the difficult task of fighting back. Each day is a test of survival as citizen soldiers work to protect the people in their care while also engaging in an insurgency campaign against the occupying alien force.

At the center of the series is Tom Mason (Noah Wyle), a Boston history professor whose family has been torn apart. His wife was killed in the initial attack, and one of his three sons has been captured. Determined to get his son back and to ensure the safety of his other two sons, Tom must put his extensive knowledge of military history to the test as one of the leaders of the resistance movement known as the 2nd Mass, because of their location in Boston, Mass. They are constantly trying to gain intelligence about the aliens in order to one day outsmart and overtake them and hopefully rebuild their lives.

Moon Bloodgood (Terminator Salvation) co-stars as Anne Glass, a pediatrician who works with the surviving children to help them cope with the traumatic upheaval in their lives. Will Patton (Armageddon, TNT’s Into the West) plays a fierce leader of the resistance, Weaver. The series also stars Drew Roy (Secretariat) as Hal, Tom’s oldest son and a growing fighter in the resistance movement; Maxim Knight (Brothers & Sisters) as Matt, Tom’s youngest son; Connor Jessup (The Saddle Club) as Ben, Tom’s son who was captured by aliens; and Seychelle Gabriel (Weeds) as Lourdes, an orphaned teenager who helps Anne in the group’s makeshift medical clinic. Colin Cunningham (Living in Your Car) is John Pope, the leader of an outlaw motorcycle gang and Sarah Carter (Shark) is Margaret, a wary survivor of Pope’s gang.

FALLING SKIES focuses on the resilience of the survivors and their determination to maintain their humanity when all else has been destroyed. It is a tale of endurance, commitment and courage in which everyday people are called upon to become heroes. They may be outmatched, outnumbered and outgunned, but nothing can beat the human spirit. Most of all, the series is about the ties that bind people together in the most difficult of circumstances.

The aliens in the series are mighty, mysterious and merciless. They are highly intelligent and use military-like tactics, which makes them an overwhelming force against the 2nd Mass. There are two types of aliens that the human survivors have named Skitters and Mechs. Combining live action and special visual effects, the Skitters have spider-like bodies and incredible strength and agility. The deadly, robotic Mechs stand upright and can shoot bullets from their arms. The aliens control captured children, like Tom’s son Ben, through bio-mechanical harnesses but have yet to reveal their ultimate plan for them.

FALLING SKIES is executive-produced by Steven Spielberg, along with DreamWorks Television heads Justin Falvey and Darryl Frank, Graham Yost (Justified, The Pacific) and screenwriter Robert Rodat. Rodat, who earned an Oscar® nomination for his screenplay for Saving Private Ryan, wrote the pilot from an idea he co-conceived with Spielberg. Mark Verheiden (Heroes, Battlestar Galactica) and Greg Beeman (Heroes, Smallville) are co-executive producers. The pilot was directed by Carl Franklin (One False Move, Out of Time).

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