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hungry joe

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  1. Manhunter is the only Lecter film worth watching. The Rock is too jingoistic and serious to be an awesome classic like Con Air.
  2. I've got lasagna sheets that went out of date in 2014. I just can't ever be bothered making it.
  3. hungry joe

    Arsenal

    Three games in hand, get in! Let's see who were playing...
  4. Numberjacks is the closest thing to an SCP TV show that I've ever seen
  5. I've asked the whole family to buy me a decent BBQ, in the summer, when my new house is renovated. Ha ha jokes on them I'll be surprised to be in by autumn.
  6. It's my 40th coming up, and everyone keeps asking my wife what I want, and she keeps asking me, so I'm asking you: what nice kitchen gadgets and implements do you have in your kitchen that I could suggest as presents? E.g. I have a £40 garlic press that I was given by my dad. It's a ridiculous cost for a garlic press, but it is a brilliant garlic press and I actually use it, unlike many other things I get bought.
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    Tennis

    Tim was giving me serious Ser Jorah Mormont vibes.
  8. Reminded me of Mandy a bit. Probably the chapter titles.
  9. Kiri and Lou. The songs are just beautiful.
  10. Kiri and Lou really is amazing, the Beautiful Flower song makes me well up with joy, and I've rewatched Yum Yum Baronies twice for my own entertainment.
  11. They probably don't mind if they kill it. Slack is apparently second fiddle to Teams, and owning Discord removes it as a competitor
  12. > Imagine if Disney said that Toy Story (1995) was too old to bother putting on Disney+. Companies aren't trying to help the consumer, they are trying to extract cash from them https://www.vulture.com/2019/10/disney-is-quietly-placing-classic-fox-movies-into-its-vault.html > ... the company’s long-standing “Disney Vault” strategy of artificially creating excitement for a repertory title by keeping film prints out of theaters for years or decades, and periodically manufacturing a limited number of physical media copies (on VHS, then DVD, and eventually Blu-ray). Thankfully the community provides:
  13. I've just ripped through "There Is No Antimemetics Division", which is sort of like Xcom meets Memento. It's short and only a couple of quid and really recommend it.
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