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(13 replies, posted in Gigs)

Mike Jones wrote:

Harvest, so he's got his gospel choir with him? Also the orchestra or just choir? Looking forward to this...

Brass and strings plus a small gospel choir.

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(13 replies, posted in Gigs)

My intention was to walk for a bit and then get the tube but I just kept going. Lovely afternoon for a stroll. Found myself in Fitzroy Square, then down Harley Street, Baker Street, across Oxford Street, through Hyde Park, through Kensington Gardens to The Albert Hall, then walked through Kensington and past Olympia, just carried on.

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(34 replies, posted in Match Reports)

Great save at the death by their keeper from Dallas.

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(13 replies, posted in Gigs)

Legs ache this morning.

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(13 replies, posted in Gigs)

placidcasual wrote:

Blummin great stuff. I’ve got tickets for Amsterdam in March.

Nice one, that'll be ace.

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(28 replies, posted in Life)

See you on the other side OMJ. Today's been a great, great day....

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(28 replies, posted in Life)

Tanta Tikaram still knocking around?

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(28 replies, posted in Life)

1%

Match tomorrow. That's good, might walk.

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(28 replies, posted in Life)

Reggie Perrin wrote:

Just listening to Be My Baby by The Ronettes and this line made me cry, no word of a lie.

"Why don't you say you love me, I'll make you so proud of me".

Spent half of tonight's gig sobbing. Music moves us.

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(49 replies, posted in Gigs)

I walked from Lexington, KY, City centre to the flicks out if town, probably a mile. Three different cars stopped to ask if I was OK. Nobody walks, unheard of.

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(28 replies, posted in Life)

Our neighbours though, dirty bastards. Your dog shits, clear it up right? Back garden like a sewer.

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(28 replies, posted in Life)

Our cat's about seventeen. Can't see her lasting much longer but she's doing ok.

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(28 replies, posted in Life)

Brooklyn's walkable.

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(28 replies, posted in Life)

Mate of mine once had Rod The Plod off Brookside stay at his house.

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(28 replies, posted in Life)

3%

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(28 replies, posted in Life)

Apparently, you're meant to flatten OXO cubes and open them like a sachet. You live and learn.

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(28 replies, posted in Life)

There was a TV show about 78 that had Graeme Garden in a big chair, I think it was a kid's quiz show and no one ever remembers it but it was ace. It's not on wiki or anything.

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(28 replies, posted in Life)

Random shit until it dies.

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(49 replies, posted in Gigs)

Pistols had it right on Christmas Day, walking to and from gigs is the way forward.

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(13 replies, posted in Gigs)

Last time I saw them was at Leeds Poly. Cheaper beer.

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(13 replies, posted in Gigs)

https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/spiritua … 9da2a.html

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(13 replies, posted in Gigs)

Jaw's still on the floor. Might stop going to gigs now as it won't get an awful lot better than that.

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(49 replies, posted in Gigs)

I'm aware of public transport, train got in at 2.30, I'd have ended up wankered if I'd got here early. #gigsercise

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(49 replies, posted in Gigs)

This is where Bowie announced it was the last ever Ziggy gig in 1973 and befitting that I'm announcing it's the last time I'm ever walking for two and hours to a gig.

'Time takes a cigarette....'

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(3 replies, posted in Stalking)

I didn't like to, he was rambling on about how to take a penalty and I didn't want to interrupt.