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mine goes something like this:
I used ta watch
Roseanne
Malcolm in the Middle
Modern Family

now I'm onto - The Middle

outstanding Amerikan sitcoms :D
available here - http://watch-series.com/

and a musical trip down memory lane:
went back to my old school's area this week (many memories stirred) and all those tunes I grew up with came back, so Spotifyâ„¢ sorted me out with -
Carole King ~ Tapestry
Mott the Hoople ~ Brain Capers
Strawbs ~ just really early stuff and lots of it

12 posts then bin? :urff:

:lol:
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I'm watching almost nothing but Scrubs at the moment. A LOT of Scrubs.

Listening to a lot of "new dark rock" bands. Very interested in emerging artists around the UK making dark and alternative music that sounds fresh and exciting.
Nationalise the f**king lot.
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Scrubs is quite funny.


I just plowed through all three seasons of Deadwood. I cannot recommend it highly enough (provided you've got a strong tolerance for profanity). The entire show is about political philosophy.
The most successful tyranny is not the one that uses force to assure uniformity but the one that removes the awareness of other possibilities, that makes it seem inconceivable that other ways are viable, that removes the sense that there is an outside.
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Homes Under The Hammer :notworthy:
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Used to come home from work and watch 'Friends' (never watched it when the whole world seemed to)

Then after a month or so

Used to come home from work and watch 'Fraiser' (never watched it when the whole world seemed to)

then after a month or so

Used to come home from work and wacth 'The Dog Whisperer'

Then after a month or so

Used to come home from work and watch 'All Creatures Great and Small' (because I DID used to watch it when the whole world used to)

Now I can't find owt I fancy
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Struggling to find anything NEW to get into at the moment....nothing decent on the TV and all the music that's coming out, sounds like it's been done before...

70's Glam Rock has been making in roads into my current listening pleasures...Suzi Quatro, Gary Glitter, Mud, Osmonds, Sweet, Bowie, Alice Cooper...even some Slade FFS!! :roll:

I guess I'll eventually catch up with the rest of the world, by the time I'm dead :?
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I'm going back, its easier, its been done before :lol:

my thing. :eek:
on the telly there is nothing spectacular going on. watching The Gates though, but that is just out of boredom, no its out of laziness. I have plenty of stuff to do but I'm too lazy. :roll:

give me another month and there will be to much work. here at home and at my workplace. :eek: looking forward to that ;D
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Lately mostly wasting time playing Fallout3 on the PS3.Stopped playing online poker,not intresested any more,extensive listening to industrial music,post apocalyptic atmosphere is what I'm all about these days. 8)
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Debaser wrote:
Now I can't find owt I fancy
at your age, antiques roadshow natch, or failing that, if you want to be down with the kids - http://www.channel4.com/programmes/the- ... od#3119716

the bollock scene is top :lol:
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paint it black wrote:
Debaser wrote:
Now I can't find owt I fancy
or failing that, if you want to be down with the kids - http://www.channel4.com/programmes/the- ... od#3119716

the bollock scene is top :lol:
Tried t'inbetweeners, so-so. Wouldn't stay into watch it mind you. Did enjoy Grandma's House, that Simon Anstell thing (who I don't particularly like)
at your age, antiques roadshow natch,
:x Saying that I do thing Kingdom is due another series :wink:
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James Blast wrote:The Middle
High hopes, yet to be fullfilled.

My US sitcom joy started with Taxi and has only been surpassed by Two and a Half Men. :notworthy: x infinity.

Samantha Who's creeping up though...

God bless Comedy Central. :lol:

Oh, maybe Happy Days came before Taxi? And Different Strokes?

Tom & Jerry?
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American comedy just doesn't cut it for me. Sorry.

IT Crowd does.
Charlie Brooker does.
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Hom_Corleone wrote:Charlie Brooker
i normally like his rants, but his latest one about middle class burger joints is a bit of a let down :|

get a grip charlie! :twisted:


but seriously, if its laughs you're after on teh grauniad, look no further than bidisha's bile-spitting feminist malarkey :lol:
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LouLou wrote:but seriously, if its laughs you're after on teh grauniad, look no further than bidisha's bile-spitting feminist malarkey :lol:
Don't know if you're laughing with her or at her... but personally, I think she's pretty ace.
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i don't recall ever coming across a bidisha piece that contained what resembles a nugget of humour, so laughing with her is out of the question.



let's agree to disagree on that one shall we? :)
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Aye, I think so... don't worry, I'm well aware feminism is no longer fashionable. But then, neither's crimping your hair to buggery or listening to the Sisters, but that's never stopped me either :lol: :P
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Debaser wrote: Did enjoy Grandma's House, that Simon Anstell thing (who I don't particularly like)
nope, tried the first utter s**t

still working my way through the complete Sherlock Holmes boxset, so i guess that's my thanng
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I keep going back to LEXX-must be something about a dead assassin,a security guard ,a sex slave(part lizard!) and a space ship that eats planets ,that makes me sit and watch it
nobody I know seems to watch it (or has heard of it!!)

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Debaser wrote: :x Saying that I do thing Kingdom is due another series :wink:
Sorry to be the one to tell you...but listening to an Interview with Mr S Fry, he said that Kingdom had been...um...shelved :(
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paint it black wrote:
Debaser wrote: Did enjoy Grandma's House, that Simon Anstell thing (who I don't particularly like)
nope, tried the first utter s**t

still working my way through the complete Sherlock Holmes boxset, so i guess that's my thanng
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sam1 wrote:nobody I know seems to watch it (or has heard of it!!)
Ah.... Kai, last of the Brunnen-G, undead assassin for His Divine Shadow, (theres quite a bit of stuff for the goth contingent to get their teeth stuck into) :lol: Stanley Tweedle, Zev the love slave and that lovesick robot 790.

no I didn't watch it either :innocent:
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20 posts and counting! :lol:

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well stop encouraging them, dammit! ;D
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sam1 wrote:I keep going back to LEXX-must be something about a dead assassin,a security guard ,a sex slave(part lizard!) and a space ship that eats planets ,that makes me sit and watch it
nobody I know seems to watch it (or has heard of it!!)

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I watched a very blurry VHS copy of the feature-length pilot. Very clumsy but quite intriguing. Recommended?
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boudicca wrote:Aye, I think so... don't worry, I'm well aware feminism is no longer fashionable. But then, neither's crimping your hair to buggery or listening to the Sisters, but that's never stopped me either :lol: :P
Not that I'm one to put the cat amongst the pigeons, but isn't feminism a bit 'overkill' these days? It's not as though you have to rail against men prejudicing against you for your gender...is it?

Seems to me we're all more than busy just trying to get on with it.
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