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  1. Not half as effective as domestic capital punishment. 100% fail to reoffend I believe.
  2. What do you mean sometimes? I aint got laid once, ffs. havent you got something better to think abouit tonite? like the south coast Well since we are going to lose any way I thought I'd browse the net half an hour before kick off. Just the once? Is she your sister? What do you mean sometimes? I aint got laid once, ffs. Ah, maturity at its best. I doff my cap to you, sir.
  3. What do you mean sometimes? I aint got laid once, ffs.
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    Upcoming gigs

    Off to see 10CC next month at The Sage. I Don't Like Cricket...
  5. Have you booked your trek yet? Think we're just going to do the day thing getting the train there then get up early doors to get in the 400 and spend all day there rather than 4 day (or whatever it is) walking thing - sounds too much like hard work. Aww man, seriously!?! If you can, you should, it'll be the best thing you do on your whole trip. Have you done it, indi? I'm hoping to be in Peru around December/January period. Still havn't decided wether to do the one day thing, or the whole trek, is there a massive difference in the experience? Yeah, and I'd definitely say the longer the trek the better. We did a nine-day one taking in Choquequiro (See here: http://www.apus-peru.com/greatruins_realadv.htm) and the every day of the trek was equally as amazing as Machu Picchu, if not better. I'd really recommend that trekking company, they're excellent. They let 1000 (it might be more, have forgotten the exact number) people onto the Inca Trail each day, so they all end up walking in a big group and camping in huge sites each night, whereas on a couple of occasions we camped entirely on our own and saw maybe a handful of people during the day. We basically had Choquequiro to ourselves as you can only get there by foot, also our guides were excellent, not only did they tell us stuff that the others didn't seem to know about, we never left any litter and they would often pick up other people's as well. During the rest of my trip I met a load of people who'd taken various routes to Machu Picchu, all of them had enjoyed it, but you could tell that we'd pissed all over their chips when we told them about what we'd done. Do a proper trek man, you won't regret it. One thing to think about is that I'm pretty sure Machu Picchu is closed for a month either in December or January, so it might be worth finding out before you plan your itinerary. Not closed until February, so should be ok. Also hoping to visit Lake Titicaca and the Bolivian salt plains while I'm down in South America. Can't wait now.
  6. Have you booked your trek yet? Think we're just going to do the day thing getting the train there then get up early doors to get in the 400 and spend all day there rather than 4 day (or whatever it is) walking thing - sounds too much like hard work. Aww man, seriously!?! If you can, you should, it'll be the best thing you do on your whole trip. Have you done it, indi? I'm hoping to be in Peru around December/January period. Still havn't decided wether to do the one day thing, or the whole trek, is there a massive difference in the experience?
  7. What do you expect man, Nicolas Cage is in it! I despise Cage, and went to see how bad it could be. Surpassed even my worst predictions. Some people walked out early as well. Hated him after The Wicker Man, now I despise him.
  8. Knowing - utter garbage. A fairly interesting idea I suppose, but awfully done. Really wooden acting, and pathetic ending. Worst film I've seen since Slither a few years back.
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    Great TV adverts

    Don't know if it's been on TV like, but I reckon thats a cracking ad. Best acting by Ray Winstone in years as well!
  10. I fucking hate 'Boro. Had Arsenal, Everton, Portsmouth, Norwich, Sheff Utd & Aberdeen. Only for £43 returns, but ffs! I though Marlon King had been locked up, absolute twat. Late goals pissing me off. My last bet that I remember was Burnley vs Spurs. Had Blake FS, Burnley 2-0, then they scored their 3rd with about 2 mins left on the clock. Argh!
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    Travelling

    Im off to Sounth America in November for anytime between 3 & 6 months. Starting in Brazil. Only got a one way ticket, so have no constraints on where I can go really. Hoping to do the majority of the "main" countries before heading upto places such as Panama and Nicuagrua. Can't wait now, really excited. So, Tim, if you fancy a travel buddygive me a pm
  12. Have you got a link for that, please? Travis are brilliant imo, and have got quite a few of their b-sides but havn't got that one.
  13. British Sea Power - No Lucifer The Postal Service - Such Great Heights The Republic Tigers - The Nerve
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    Travis Tickets

    Anyone out there like Travis? Was just wondering as I've got 2 tickets to their gig at Newcastle Uni on Thurs 2nd Oct, that I now can't use. £37 for the pair, which is face value. I would normally go lower but I'm already losing £10 from having to pay service charge/processing fees. So being a tight swine, I don't really want to lose more than that. I am afraid though that I'd have to meet in person, to sell the tickets, as I dont have paypal or anything like that. (Hope that don't put anyone off).
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