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  • Hayes
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    Is that Noel Edmunds in the helicopter that everyone's fleeing from? There's NE1 written on the side.

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  • emperor tomato ketchup
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    A) The severed head is surely Phil Collins.

    B) I think the term lectured is being used incorrectly. Unless I missed something some quite reasonable questions were asked. It seems overly OTT and sensitive to style that as "lecturing".

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  • medlar
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    Found the Deutsche Grammaphon box set "Avantgarde Vol 1" but it's missing the Stockhausen disc
    A dash back to the chazza failed to locate it, bah!
    Nonetheless, the set treats us to all your faves, Berio, Kagel, Lutoslowski, Ligeti etc
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    Last edited by medlar; 23-11-2011, 10:42 AM.

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  • ginghamkitchen
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    Originally posted by RobLilley View Post
    Sadly So, Loved "Since Yesterday" when they appeared on TOTP

    Don't get me started on the back of the sleeve

    Is the man in the bow tie supposed to be Keith Floyd? I think the person next to Boy George might be Marilyn. Or Rick Parfitt. In my mind, that helicopter is fully armed and the whole beach party is seconds away from becoming a massacre. Mike Ryan has a massive amount to answer for.

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  • No, LordNo
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    Originally posted by beddoes View Post
    Why not? When did our country stop screwing the rest of the world?

    The irony, of course, is that most Americans aren't in a position to comment on domestic matters in other countries, being entirely ignorant of such. Even our presidential candidates can't be bothered to learn what's going on outside our borders.
    He's not referring to the US flag, during the Civil War the Americans were so busy killing each other they didn't have time to screw the rest of the world. My guess is he's spent at most a couple months in the south and fancies himself an expert now. I've been to Denmark and know well the dangers of the ascendent right wing there but I'm not so presumptuous as to lecture the Danes about it, so your point doesn't apply to me.

    And yes, I was thinking about it and I believe some kind of Dukes of Hazzard gear (gloves, I believe) was the only instance of my rocking a rebel flag.
    Last edited by No, LordNo; 23-11-2011, 10:31 AM.

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  • beddoes
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    Originally posted by moecurlythanu View Post
    I live in Ohio, and that stuff is definitely "foreign food."
    No grits in Ohio? I live in Philly and eat grits all the time...

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  • moecurlythanu
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    Originally posted by Joe M'geek View Post
    I also want to eat some of the exotic foodstuffs he has. 'pickled pigs feet' 'grits' 'chitlins' etc. Foreign food is ace.
    I live in Ohio, and that stuff is definitely "foreign food."

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  • moecurlythanu
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    Originally posted by RobLilley View Post
    Hate to tell you this, but the black (plane/bird) isn't on my copy, so may be an imagination of a certain person with their black felt tip pen/marker
    That's what I thought when I saw the photo. See the faint trail off it to the right.

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  • babycart
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    Originally posted by RobLilley View Post
    Anita Dobson, that rubbish comedian holding Kim Basinger, Jose Mourinho, Susan Sontag, Billy Bremner, Robbie Savage and the legendary 'third Switchblade'.

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  • RobLilley
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    Originally posted by ginghamkitchen View Post
    Are Strawberry Switchblade on your cover? That's the bit I'm struggling with.
    Sadly So, Loved "Since Yesterday" when they appeared on TOTP

    Don't get me started on the back of the sleeve

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  • babycart
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    I watched Live and Let Die the other day, and, speaking as someone who once spent a weekend in South Carolina, Sheriff J.W Pepper seemed to be a far more accurate portayal of the southern lawman than Boss Hogg, spitting tobacco juice, calling everyone 'Boy', hitching up his britches, giggling and going apoplectic with rage as a flying speedboat comes off the levee and destroys another of his police cars.

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  • beddoes
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    Originally posted by Joe M'geek View Post
    Boss Hogg is the real star of that show. His high waisted white suit is as much an icon of style as Daisy and her tiny shorts.
    For some dude from England to come out of the woodwork lecturing someone about who is the real star of Dukes of Hazzard... doesn't sit right with me.

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  • ginghamkitchen
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    Originally posted by Joe M'geek View Post
    I also want to eat some of the exotic foodstuffs he has. 'pickled pigs feet' 'grits' 'chitlins' etc. Foreign food is ace.
    With the possible exception of the grits, you can get all that in Suffolk.

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  • Joe M'geek
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    Originally posted by beddoes View Post
    Daisy Duke meant a lot to me when I was twelve.

    Boss Hogg is the real star of that show. His high waisted white suit is as much an icon of style as Daisy and her tiny shorts.

    I also want to eat some of the exotic foodstuffs he has. 'pickled pigs feet' 'grits' 'chitlins' etc. Foreign food is ace.

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  • beddoes
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    Originally posted by Joe M'geek View Post
    This thread makes me want to watch the Dukes of Hazzard.
    Daisy Duke meant a lot to me when I was twelve.

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