Glasgow 07/07/11 - Jocko Homo Date

Gig reviews, set lists, thoughts, comments and observations on the 2010 Sisters dates and the 2011 30th Anniversary tour
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sukhoi wrote:Yes, it looks like, friend of mine gave up. Nourishing pre-show meeting on Wednesday around 8pm sounds as a very good idea 8)
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sukhoi wrote:I have one ticket to sell (friend of mind gave up). If you need one, PM me.
Are you coming on your own then Petr? Anyone else arriving on the Wednesday evening? I'll be free from around 8pm onwards if anyone fancies meeting up for food and drink.
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The Mum is handling the treatment pretty well (so far) still very sore and tired but the spirit lives :D
weatherwise I've heard tell it'll be Scorchio! come next week, but then... this is Glasgow :|

at the moment it's full steam aheid for 7/7/11 (that's 7/7/11 for those of you in Amerika ;D), still got to buy *Status Quorn burgers and SOSages for you normal people, I've got plenty of the stuff for us other freaks with 'special dietary' requirements, if all else fails there's a pizza takeaway that opens at lunchtime just round the corner next tae twa offies, why d'ya think I moved here? :lol:

all I ask is ye bring yer bods and some bevvy and if you're worried about a Genesis (Gabriel era) Fest Bring Da Noise! :D

*Kilty Man was over on Friday for a Blaast!BQ and I have to say veggieburgers jist dinna look richt on a barbie :|
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I'm planning a trip to Glasgow(if everything is acording to plan and shouldn't be in Copenhagen around that day),most probably landing in London first.Would be great if you recommend me a way to transfer meself from London to Glasgow,been a couple of times in England but never travelled to the land of the proud Scotish.I'm thinking of arriving on 5-th,have to find a place to crash,probably some cheap motel or something.
any help will be appreciated
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nope, sorry I'm not from 'round here ;D
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James Blast wrote:nope, sorry I'm not from 'round here ;D
why is it always about you? ;D
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will be nice to meet you if i can get it to there
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if you're here mid to late afternoon, I'll provide directions and food :)
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damagedone wrote:I'm planning a trip to Glasgow(if everything is acording to plan and shouldn't be in Copenhagen around that day),most probably landing in London first.Would be great if you recommend me a way to transfer meself from London to Glasgow,been a couple of times in England but never travelled to the land of the proud Scotish.I'm thinking of arriving on 5-th,have to find a place to crash,probably some cheap motel or something.
any help will be appreciated
Check out and thetrainline.com for trains. The quickest route is Virgin Trains westcoast, going from London Euston - takes around 4hrs 30 mins these days. Alternatviely you might be able to get a cheap coach (if you can stand the 8-10hour journey) with nationalexpress.com or megabus.com.

For cheap accommodation, check out my post on page 4 of this thread.
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Andrew S wrote:
damagedone wrote:I'm planning a trip to Glasgow(if everything is acording to plan and shouldn't be in Copenhagen around that day),most probably landing in London first.Would be great if you recommend me a way to transfer meself from London to Glasgow,been a couple of times in England but never travelled to the land of the proud Scotish.I'm thinking of arriving on 5-th,have to find a place to crash,probably some cheap motel or something.
any help will be appreciated
Check out and thetrainline.com for trains. The quickest route is Virgin Trains westcoast, going from London Euston - takes around 4hrs 30 mins these days. Alternatviely you might be able to get a cheap coach (if you can stand the 8-10hour journey) with nationalexpress.com or megabus.com.

For cheap accommodation, check out my post on page 4 of this thread.
or Ryanair ;D
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6 days to go ;D

getting excited now 8)
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Quiff Boy wrote:6 days to go ;D

getting excited now 8)
Christ, I have small child to organise. :lol:
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Quiff Boy wrote:6 days to go ;D

getting excited now 8)
not by the gig I take it? ;D
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James Blast wrote:
Quiff Boy wrote:6 days to go ;D

getting excited now 8)
not by the gig I take it? ;D
nah ;)

by watching what you manage to do to a veggieburger on the bbq of doom :lol:
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yeah, that should be a 'flame off' experience :lol:
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Look....enough now. Will you all stop showing off about arriving early enough to eat, drink and be merry :evil:

We'll just get there in time for a couple of quick ones before the gig I think :(

But still...yes...6 days to go :D

Don't forget to let us know where the last watering hole will be.
Think we ended up in the 'Sports cafe' next door last time.
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merrisl wrote:Look....enough now. Will you all stop showing off about arriving early enough to eat, drink and be merry :evil:

We'll just get there in time for a couple of quick ones before the gig I think :(

But still...yes...6 days to go :D

Don't forget to let us know where the last watering hole will be.
Think we ended up in the 'Sports cafe' next door last time.
PM me your moby, not sure what the burger bashers are doing but I'll be in toon late afternoon. :wink:
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merrisl wrote:...a couple of quick ones before the gig...
And what about some drinks? ;D
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Andrew S wrote:
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Obviousman wrote: It's proof because I'm not around? :innocent: (:cry:)
The only way to keep it really safe surely ;D :innocent:
True. My toilet's been working just fine in his absence :)
Andrew, I have to emerge from hiatus to counter this assertion. The quality of flush leaves a lot to be desired. You really ought to get it seen to!



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boudicca wrote:
Andrew S wrote: True. My toilet's been working just fine in his absence :)
Andrew, I have to emerge from hiatus to counter this assertion. The quality of flush leaves a lot to be desired. You really ought to get it seen to!



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You're leaving yourself open to some serious counter-attack there Claire :lol: But I shall refrain :twisted:
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boudicca wrote:
Andrew S wrote:
radiojamaica wrote: The only way to keep it really safe surely ;D :innocent:
True. My toilet's been working just fine in his absence :)
Andrew, I have to emerge from hiatus to counter this assertion. The quality of flush leaves a lot to be desired. You really ought to get it seen to!



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Well, I'm excited.

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Unfortunately, Pista is not going to make it :cry:

So I'm left (again) with a spare ticket.

Also, I have a spare (one-way) train ticket from Leeds 09:47 to Glasgow Central 14:01, change at Carlisle.

PM if interested.
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doulfe wrote:Unfortunately, Pista is not going to make it :cry:
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