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  1. No, £169 - a tenner cheaper than the 2TB is now. No duty, they pay it.
  2. Over the weekend I bought exactly this directly from them as per the link but it was 2TB and a tenner cheaper. They're shipping from the States so it takes a few days, ordered Saturday night, arrived this morning. There are slightly cheaper options but from what I read this memory is highly rated and comes with it's own heatsink. This guy is cheaper but requires a heatsink.
  3. I lived just round the corner from Craven Cottage up until recently. There’s no hotels near and the closest are a soulless Novatel and a sad Holiday Inn in Hammersmith. Brook Green Hotel is probably the nicest place to stay in the vicinity. That or get an AirBnB in Putney, a short walk over the bridge, along the Thames past Fulham Palace (worth a visit) then through Bishops Park to Craven cottage, as Naysonymous mentioned. Don’t be tempted to get a bus or taxi to the ground, the Fulham Palace road is a relentless clusterfuck.
  4. Wipeout is nothing short of spectacular in VR, really hoping we get an update for PSVR2. Still think Superhot is about the best game in VR, can't think of another game where the medium fits the game better.
  5. Some of it was quite seedy and I guess, just in case, I shouldn't repeat it. Sorry, not trying to be a tease.
  6. I spent much of lockdown working with him on his latest art project, it was just the two of us in a suite for a year as he couldn’t handle working remotely - so I got to know him quite well. He hated the Hollywood system and got out shortly after Demolition Man. He feels, not unreasonably, that studios have way too much control and are too commercially focused. The piece we worked on is called Heaven’s Gate which is in itself significant as it’s the film that is blamed for catalysing the shift of power in Hollywood from creatives to execs. He’s got some pretty crazy stories about Stallone too, just don’t ask him about the three seashells. Anyway, the piece we did debuts in the UK in January I think, at the Outernet building in Tottenham Court Road. The Guardian recently did a write up, they completely hated Outernet but quite liked Heaven’s Gate. Edit: here's a better picture - weirdly from the same part of the piece: Marco in the middle, me right and the MD of Glassworks left who very kindly let us use their equipment for next to nothing.
  7. petrolgirls


    Mikel saying four other players had symptoms similar to Xhaka but played on.
  8. petrolgirls


    Don’t disagree but that was a lovely dinked cross for the goal.
  9. Right, but if I understand the situation this is Wales changing their official name, not necessarily the name they're known as in English.
  10. Not sure how true that is, certainly when discussed in English speaking media they revert to English names but I'm pretty sure the German national team is officially Deutschland, Switzerland are Suisse, Spain are Espana, Ivory Coast are Cote d'Ivoire etc - a cursory google doesn't seem to reveal much though. Incidentally the Netherlands are officially Nederlandse (hence the abbreviated NED) - Holland isn't the Dutch word for the Netherlands, it's just a province in the Netherlands - we make the same mistake referring to the Netherlands as Holland as Americans do referring to Britain/UK as England.
  11. See Wales are looking to change their football team's name to Cymru - good for them. The term Wales is Anglo-Saxon and means foreigner, pretty galling given it was the English who were the invaders. It was deployed more as a pejorative too, essentially meaning slave. Not really surprising they'd like it changed.
  12. petrolgirls


    Balls. Saka off injured.
  13. petrolgirls


    Now all off the pitch. Strange one, this
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