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General / FOR SALE: Marshall head and Cab
« on: July 15, 2011, 10:35:19 pm »
Trying to clear some space in the garage so I'm looking to sell my Marshall MG100HDFX Head and my Marshall AVT412A Cabinet.

The 100 watt head comes with 2 channel footswitch, the cab is pretty decent and boasts 200 watt 4 x 12" Celetion speakers. I think they have only been used at 3 or 4 gigs and have not really been used apart from that, you're pretty much getting brand new Marshall gear.

I'm willing to sell as a set or separately, serious offers please.

Thanks!

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General / The Tavern/House
« on: March 27, 2011, 12:52:00 pm »
It's all boarded up, i'm sure it wa open on Thursday, anyone know what's happened?

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General / This Facebook connect malarky
« on: February 11, 2011, 01:03:59 pm »
Can I not like a thread and it post a link to it on my Facebook updates?

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Sports / The Newcastle Moustache Challenge
« on: August 16, 2010, 01:43:05 pm »


A few of the Newcastle players have decided to grow some rather fetching facial hair as a bit of a wind up for the Skysports cameras!

A video of it here

http://www.whoateallthepies.tv/newcastle_utd/39022/video-the-newcastle-united-moustache-challenge-joey-barton-ftw.html

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Joey Barton has even more reason than most to hope that Newcastle can get off to the perfect start to their Barclays Premier League season at Old Trafford on Monday. For three points against Manchester United will mean he can finally shave off the facial hair he has been sporting for the last few weeks.

The growth above Barton's top lip has been a talking point amongst fans and team-mates alike as the Magpies' mustachioed midfield maestro has shone in pre-season. And, speaking to nufcTV, he has revealed the story behind it.

"It started out with about eight of us getting together and we were saying to each other 'you couldn't grow a beard,'" he said. "One thing led to another and before I knew it, I'd agreed to grow a moustache.

"It was meant to be for the Sky Sports photos (shown in the line-ups before each televised game) but they have been and gone, so we said it would be until we got our first win.

Haha then Barton went on to rip Andy Caroll...

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"There are a few knocking about. Ryan Taylor had one and shaved it off, Alan Smith's got one and Andy Carroll has one, but it's reminiscent of a 12-year-old in the onset of hormone development! It's just a bit of banter and the lads are buzzing off it."

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Movies, Shows & Books / 3D Football
« on: April 06, 2010, 04:51:01 pm »
Anyone caught thus yet?

I went to Walkabout on Saturday and watched the Man Utd Chelski game in 3D, parts of it we're really good, parts of it were average. It's some way off yet from the finished article but I was impressed with the quality of it this early on. The examples of the Rugby and Boxing looked a lot better than the football though, I think when the camera angle is quite low it's more impressive when you can see the depth better.

There were a few shots on throw inís where it looked quite smart with the linesman in the foreground, Evra after him and then Valencia on the pitch.

Iíve done it once but I wouldnít rush back to watch another game in it but the lad who I go to the football with who is tech-mad is sold on it and is buying a 3D tv to go into his projector movie/games room. Good luck playing all that content available on it (y)

As I always say, I just donít see it being the future but clearly Sky are making a big push for it to be. Hopefully the quality will improve further in the next few years.

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Movies, Shows & Books / Shutter Island
« on: March 17, 2010, 12:43:26 pm »
I went to see this last night and thought it was really good. It's pretty intense in places, with a few little things to keep you thinking all the way through.

The music builds up a really intense atmosphere. It's worth seeing it on the big screen.

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General / Man assaulted officer with penis
« on: March 16, 2010, 05:04:09 pm »
What the...

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/north_east/8570398.stm

What a very random thing to do.

My favourite bits from this are:

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Marium Varinauskas, 28, tried to strike the officer on the head with his penis when she was called out to his flat, but she got out of the way.

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The accused got to his feet and was standing over the police officer exposing his penis and thrusting it in her face, forcing her to take evasive action to avoid getting struck

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Sports / Ashley Cole/John Terry
« on: February 28, 2010, 12:09:55 pm »

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Buy/Sell / 2 x Tickets - Peter Kay 27th April Manchester
« on: February 01, 2010, 09:11:52 pm »
I've got two tickets for Peter Kay in Manchester on the 27th April 2010 that I don't really want. I'm looking for £77 for the pair, face value.


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Sports / New gambling hero!
« on: January 12, 2010, 12:07:30 am »
Just read this on The Spoiler, class!

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Brave gambler scores big in Africa Cup of Nations!
January 11th, 2010 ∑ 2 Comments


Mali earn miraculous draw

The Spoiler loves heartwarming tales of little men raking in big piles of money through a mix of bravery, blind hope, and, presumably, prayer.

Which is why today is a particularly good day, with news that one daring English Betfair punter decided to throw a freshly ironed £5 note on Mali drawing the opening Africa Cup of Nations match with Angola, despite being 4-0 down with 78 minutes gone.

In what proved to be a masterstroke, Mali fought back, and eventually scored their final two goals in the 93rd and 94th minute, with our new gambling hero presumably having to stuff nearly £5,000 into his pockets, before calling a massive cab to pick him up.

Masterful gambling. Just beautiful

http://www.betfairfootball.com/international/betfair-punter-wins-close-to-5000-in-12-minutes/

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General / Personal Tax Returns
« on: January 07, 2010, 12:00:20 pm »
Hi, is there anyone who needs their personal tax returns doing this year. I'll be charging £20 a pop for them, quite reasonable I think! I normally do them for the directors of the company I work for with me being an accountant so I thought I'd open the offer to people on here to save them the trouble.

If you want them filing online before the 31st January I'll need to know before the end of this week.

Cheers  :thumb

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Movies, Shows & Books / A Serious Man
« on: December 15, 2009, 05:38:44 pm »
Possible the worst Coen brothers film to date in my opinion. One guy at the flicks last night was chuckling like a stupid mad man at attempts of dark non-human. It really was epically disappointing, even my girlfriend who is a massive Coen brothers fan couldnít defend it. It had the most pointless storyline, I felt like I wasted a few hours of my life watching it.

Avoid like the plague.

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Movies, Shows & Books / The Box
« on: December 15, 2009, 05:34:43 pm »
Anybody been to see this yet? I popped to see this at the weekend, for half of the film I was sat on the edge of my seat totally engrossed then there was a tipping point, something stupid happened in the film and it totally ruined what could have been a good psychology thriller. I donít think Richard Kelly will ever do anything of the calibre of Donnie Darko. In his defence Iíve never read the short story itís based on so I donít know if the thing that makes the film stupid is in that. Still it was that stupid he could have changed the screenplay or gone on a more eerie slant with it.

Plot Spoiler:

[SPOILER]Aliens get involved, WTF!? Stupid goddam Aliens and bad special effects ruin the movie. Even with the aliens he could have changed the screenplay and made them more eerie adapted the screenplay and done something new but oh no he just went with shit...[/SPOILER]

which made it really bad as I was really enjoying the film until they came out of the woodwork.

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Movies, Shows & Books / New Odeon with Imax 3D - Gateshead
« on: December 09, 2009, 05:56:26 pm »
Odeon are opening a new cinema on the 16th December at the Metro Centre that looks very smart. It's also got 3D and Imax 3D so it'll save people travelling to Bradford to get decent 3D quality if that's what floats your boat. I've had to pull a big lie out of the bag to get a refund on my non-refundable tickets for Bradford Imax for Avatar and I've just purchased them for this place.

This place looks like it's going to be the bees knees

http://www.odeon.co.uk/fanatic/odeon-metrocentre/

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Movies, Shows & Books / A Christmas Carol in 3D
« on: November 30, 2009, 11:42:34 pm »
I've just taken my little brother to see this in 3D. I really enjoyed it and thought it was the first film that I've truly watched in 3D that works well. I'm still not a big fan of the whole 3D thing and stand by my statement of that I don't think it's the future of cinema (unless Avatar proves me wrong when I go see it at the Bradford imax, slightly excited about this ha), but in this film it sort of added something to it, it sort of broke the barrier between audience and screen and made you feel part of the ride. I actually felt a bit of motion sickness at one point when flying through the rooftops of old London.

I actually recommend you to go watch this in 3D as it works that well. It's also got a cool scary feel to it for a kids film, I'd have had nightmares if I had gone to see this as a kid!

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