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DAVIE

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I feel like I might be late to the party on this, but who the hell is Billy Bragg? :squiffy:

Some musician Johnny Marr liked and played with him in the mid 80s. They even did a song, which nicked the riff from Charming Man. Weird stuff. I've heard his solo stuff though, its boring!

Gardening at my nan's today. It's going to be one boring day, being ordered around by nan. So I've updated my mp3 with Lush and Lowlife to keep my mind at ease.
 
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CrystalGeezer

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Some musician Johnny Marr liked and played with him in the mid 80s. They even did a song, which nicked the riff from Charming Man. Weird stuff. I've heard his solo stuff though, its boring!

Gardening at my nan's today. It's going to be one boring day, being ordered around by nan. So I've updated my mp3 with Lush and Lowlife to keep my mind at ease.

Gardening is good for the soul. :thumb:
 

CrystalGeezer

My secret's my enzyme.
I get to change my water pump tomorrow. :D

This is normally something my dad does while I sit and watch because he's weirdly protective of his precious ratchet wrenches, but he tweeked his back helping someone replumb a shower and is walking like a geriatric. I said "Dad, how are you going to do anything with your bad back?" He said "YER GONNA DO IT!!" :thumb:

And to think I was going to go to mass, I get to go to the Church of Garage instead. :p And the coolest part is that my Frankenengine will now have the water pump from the first car I bought! Recycle people!!!
 
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If anyone lives near Chester and wants to see my band.

TSUNAMII @ The Compass, Chester. Friday 17th August! Doors open at 8pm! Come along, bring cake!!!!

Good luck, Davie! Hope you have a great show.

but if this leads to you getting stalkers it's your own fault. hahaha
 

CrystalGeezer

My secret's my enzyme.
Here's something bizarre. So according to the LATimes this is a photo of a sniper shooting and killing the crazy guy who walked into a Sikh Temple and started shooting everyone. Does anyone notice something off? :squiffy:

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DAVIE

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Just been listening to Morrissey's Usher Hall bootleg. Fair play to him, it's a decent set list! He's even got rid of the boring First Of The Gang! He must be listening to his fans :p
 

Jackie London

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I really must stop watching all these antiques shows that's on all afternoon. Secret dealer, antiques roadtrip...my mental age is getting higher and higher by each show.
 
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DAVIE

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I really must stop watching all these antiques shows that's on all afternoon. Secret dealer, antiques roadtrip...my mental age is getting higher and higher by each show.

Watch Come Dine With Me on More4 or 4seven! Much more fun, Jackie! The Wright Stuff on Five is a good programme to watch in the mornings too. All topic debates, might be up your street :p

Had band practice today. One of the best we've had. I think the gig is going to go well.
 
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I was all set to re-watch The Darjeeling Limited tonight, only to find the 2-DVD set has disappeared into the ether. Even after a teeth-gnashing 45 minutes of searching about .... nothing .

I'm so fond of the film I'll probably re-order from Amazon tonight ...
 

Iona Mink

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I was all set to re-watch The Darjeeling Limited tonight, only to find the 2-DVD set has disappeared into the ether. Even after a teeth-gnashing 45 minutes of searching about .... nothing .

I'm so fond of the film I'll probably re-order from Amazon tonight ...

With a title like that I can only presume it is a tale of those poor souls who, after losing limbs in freak accidents, will never again be able to enjoy a brew without the aid of a straw.
 

123xyz

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With a title like that I can only presume it is a tale of those poor souls who, after losing limbs in freak accidents, will never again be able to enjoy a brew without the aid of a straw.


I'm blustering with indignation . You should already know all Wes Anderson film titles off by heart - really , I DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU ..............................




After applying a soothing poultice , I can now calm down sufficiently to reply in kind . I think you'll find the film , following the title , is about the struggle by a local distributor to entice tea drinkers , both home and abroad , to enjoy a decaffeinated variant ...
 
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Iona Mink

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I'm blustering with indignation . You should already know all Wes Anderson film titles off by heart - really , I DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU ..............................

After applying a soothing poultice , I can now calm down sufficiently to reply in kind . I think you'll find the film , following the title , is about the struggle by a local distributor to entice tea drinkers , both home and abroad , to enjoy a decaffeinated variant ...

Are you mocking me? I bet the film really is a Kath and Kim spin off where they visit the Jenolan Caves. In the darkness they lose track of each other and resort to yelling for two hours. Another Philip Noyce original.

PS I am quoting your post so you cannot go back and change it.

PPS Is the film any good? Is it? Well, is it?
 

123xyz

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Are you mocking me? I bet the film really is a Kath and Kim spin off where they visit the Jenolan Caves. In the darkness they lose track of each other and resort to yelling for two hours. Another Philip Noyce original.

PS I am quoting your post so you cannot go back and change it.

PPS Is the film any good? Is it? Well, is it?


You've got me - I'm lost in a a morass of drunkeness , satire and laughter ( which , I hasten to add , is hardly a terrible place to be).


How dare you mock me using your inside knowledge of Australian culture ! Are you quite sure you weren't subjected to too many screenings of Picnic At Hanging Rock while out here ?

Now , more sensibly , it's a superb film . If ( for some strange reason ) you ever wanted to watch a film that encapsulated that phrase " ... you can't go home again ...", this is it. The film is pleasantly rife with psychoanalytical imagery , debunks the fetishisation of India as " holy" and "mystical" , features Owen Wilson ( who almost always makes me laugh) , & & & ... I could go on for hours. See the film , you goose ...
 

CrystalGeezer

My secret's my enzyme.
I'm blustering with indignation . You should already know all Wes Anderson film titles off by heart - really , I DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU ..............................




After applying a soothing poultice , I can now calm down sufficiently to reply in kind . I think you'll find the film , following the title , is about the struggle by a local distributor to entice tea drinkers , both home and abroad , to enjoy a decaffeinated variant ...

Have you seen Moonrise yet? You'll love it. It leans more towards Tenenbaums than Darjeeling, but it's fantastic. I like to think of Darjeeling as Anderson's Jungian Psychology think piece. :p
 
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