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  1. Really underwhelmed with the LFC kit, but the training range of t shirts and zip tops are really nice, so I'll probably grab one. I did say that if the LFC kit was like the leaked one a few weeks back that I'd get the new Ajax away. Except it costs a billion pounds. Anyone know where I can one for 50 quid(ish)?
  2. Finished reading Red or Dead this week. Thought it was brilliant and totally helped me understand the history of the club, which, while I knew, I didn't really know the details. Writing style isn't for everyone but I like how David Peace writes. Also, along with the Nature's Fire documentary, helped bring context to the 'matter of life or death' quote. It was about the people, the Liverpool population, and how much it means to them. Never knew that, just thought it was a 'football, bloody hell' reaction type thing.
  3. 2014 hurt, last year hurt (last night felt similar - some bad luck and a worldie, despite being very much in the game) but this year won't, whatever happens. I'm 35 and I've never seen an LFC team which is this good. In 05, 14 and last year we were underdogs, punching above our weight and it felt like this was a chance that may not come around again any time soon. This team is different. There's no dead weight knocking about, just a proper team full of talented, exciting and disaplined players. I'm happy just to have a team that will be competing for at least a few yea
  4. I play on PS4, but have tried the PC version at one of the Belong's in Game. I failed pretty miserably for a while and then asked if I could switch to a pad. The really helpful assistant suggested we go along to their team nights, but I batted him away after seeing just how terrible my mouse and keyboard skills were. Then he said that their best player uses a pad and, despite getting ripped by other teams for not using M&K, they quickly had to back down as she was getting all the kills. Could be a load of sales twaddle, an outlier or they could all just be awful; but I think
  5. Mine was ok...but far from great. If anything it's making me excited to watch it again on Monday, with a delicious 1080p copy As for the whining
  6. Has any PS4 players experiencing lack of dramatic music in the menu/setup/timer countdowns/etc since the update yesterday? It feels awfully quiet without it...
  7. Count me in the 'loved it' camp. The final act was messy as most of Moffat's stuff tends to be these days, but a lot of that was probably down to the Jenna U-Turn. Anyway, just wanted to leave some kudos to the wonderful Christmassy themes that were slipped in. The dreaming and desire to wake up (metaphor for Christmas being like a dream and then back to reality when it's over). The reminder that every Christmas is like a 'last Christmas' - explaining the dying aspect of the story. Christmas is a timely reminder of that we are all dying; and whatever Christmas you have in any given year, is so
  8. I considered this for a moment while watching. It could happen, but I'd be surprised if it went that way.
  9. Going into the Real game, it makes me remember the confidence I had back in the Rafa days that the team were very difficult to beat. We would be tight, especially in Europe, and invariably nick a result. I don't pine for a return for that, but we were difficult to beat due to how little we gave away. We were difficult to beat last season as well, but that's because of the lethal attacking mentality (and him) that we possessed. And it wasn't just Suarez, anyway: we did this with or without him in the team. Sturridge, Sterling and Phil all contributed at key moments. I guess my point is this:
  10. Watched the first two episodes of this season, and I thought it was pretty good. The show is definitely different, much like the Guardian preview suggested - a soft reboot. There's some powerful stuff in there, mainly I'm enjoying the terror plot being repositioned as the story arc, rather than the main drive of each episode. This feels much more like the characters' personal stories are driving the narrative; at least, at this stage of season 4 anyway. Worth a go, especially as it has .
  11. I want to see this in the TV show! http://www.doctorwho.tv/events/doctor-who-experience Ok, the link to the website doesn't seem to play the video, but it may be my creaking laptop playing up. I'll put the link to the Facebook page where I found it in the first place anyway. https://www.facebook.com/DoctorWho?fref=nf
  12. Anyone seen this? http://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2014/sep/17/doctor-who-late-time-saturday-night I'm not necessarily saying I subscribe to the idea - in fact, I can actually see some fairly sensible reasons for moving it this late - but it all feels a little Michael Grade. Pretty sure I remember reading somewhere that he moved it to a terrible timeslot after it's hiatus in the 80s. Like ITV did, with Bullseye, but that worked out fine.
  13. His passing has been awful since the start of the season. He was on the bench against Spurs and we played well, so I don't get the justification for inclusion in the first XI atm.
  14. Yeah, this is absolutely spot on. It's all about the eponymous lead. Winds me right up when a lot of my sci-fi obsessed friends start (negatively) comparing it to BSG or similar, or when they start obsessing about canon/continuity a la Star Trek. It's a totally unique show and *probably* has more in common with general Saturday night television than science fiction. Save for the odd story, naturally.
  15. No real (literal) lol moments in last night's episode, for me. Obviously, the tone was different and it was handled well, but still missed Rob's enthusiasm. His Coogan impression at the end almost made up for it, but just gutted I have to wait another week. Still, unmissable stuff, mind.
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