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  1. 2 points
    People not from the north east are generally massive twats though. So fuck 'em.
  2. 2 points
    I said "the back of (hour)" at work shortly after moving down south, and my boss looked at me like I'd just pissed on his kids. Thanks, Aberdeen. Thaberdeen.
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    It depends on whether your temporal logic is based on a relationist or an absolutist position. If you are to accept the notion that 'time does not exist without change' - as Aristotle argued - then 'evening' may be observed as starting only in relation to the end of 'afternoon'. In other words, one could not impose a pre-determined start time for 'evening' , instead only describe it as occurring when 'afternoon' has elapsed. On the other hand, a Newtonian analysis would dictate that time exists independently of the objects or actors within. That is to say '5 for 5:30'
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  5. 2 points
    i ‘made it’ too - I’ve got two lovely dogs and a wonderful wife.
  6. 1 point
    Or "fit fiiiiiiiiiine". Anyone that gets offended by that can gwa n bile their fuckin heid.
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    I have had bother with the NE use of the word 'fine' which when pronounced a certain way means 'really good' - those not familiar with the distinction have sometimes got a bit offended because they think I called something amazing simply acceptable, OK, inoffensive. The use of the word 'rare' in the same context tends to cause confusion rather than offence - particularly when describing commonplace things of excellent quality I enjoy the confusion.
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    And neither should our wives. Jesus wept, what next... Police telling us to catch criminals? Toasters telling us to cook our own bread? It's political correctness gone mad.
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    Weird, immediately after listening to this Repugnant tune I stuck on Entombed too... so good!
  11. 1 point
    I think that largely stopped around 2006-07, either coincidentally or ironically after we had owt to do with the Deen.
  12. 1 point
    If it's any consolation, I'd find them toe curling now too. I always thought the SPD/MMW back and forth should be more of a grandstanding online pantomime than anything else, but it occasionally got out of hand and the line got crossed. I never recall any cross words in the 'real world', I don't think. In all seriousness, what Dan has said about MMW reads like a good example in what happens when you have a plan, but have to confront a 'going pro' threshold and make a choice either way. (we chose a rather different direction/methodology, of course)
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    Stage 1: Gain their trust
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    It's been said previously ( @colb in here, I think) but a ~80-cap venue is exactly what ABZ is missing to attempt to try and gather some kind of scene. If there was a venue where there were small shows on every night (other than tribute/cover bands), of all genres, that would be ideal. Dr Drakes was great for this - it didn't matter what was on, if I had an hour or two to kill in town before a bus home or whatever then I'd head there for a drink and to hang out and nine times out of ten bump into someone I knew for a blether.