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Messages - plastikman

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General / Calling DavidXBrunt...
« on: 02 August, 2002, 12:52:40 AM »
...Hi David,

Don't know if you got my email ... I'm heading over to the PO tomorrow so let me have your address again and I'll put the year books in the post (assuming you still want them).

plastikman.

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Links / Might be of interest...
« on: 27 June, 2002, 12:55:02 AM »
...got sent this today - made me laugh...

Link: http://www.framleyexaminer.com/pages/new_menu.html


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General / Re: The Either/Or Game
« on: 25 June, 2002, 01:52:59 AM »
Credo! Gotta me Nemesis...

Torquemada or Judge Death?

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General / Re: The Either/Or Game
« on: 25 June, 2002, 01:30:32 AM »
ABC Warriors - this whole Transformers thing passed me by...

Have a go at...

Either Brian Bolland or Ron Smith

plastikman

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General / Re: Rosebud...
« on: 21 June, 2002, 04:49:37 AM »
Jenny-mek scores 1 with "Blood" never heard of it!

But wrighty's ahead with 3 - "Yojimbo", "Rashamon" and "Onibaba" ...eh come again? (Although these will be disallowed if they're Manga!)

I'm an ignorant fool!
plastikman

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General / Re: Rosebud...
« on: 21 June, 2002, 04:44:01 AM »
La Haine is on my list of films to see - hmm  never seems to be in the local Blockbuster though!

I love Monty Python (but HATE the dead parrot sketch!).

"Blessed are the cheesemakers"

plastikman

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General / Rosebud...
« on: 21 June, 2002, 01:27:46 AM »
Always a difficult one to answer but ... push comes to shove what is your all time favourite film?

There's a prize for the most obscure!?

Reckon I'd go for (none of which are that obscure) "Play it again Sam" but then again "Annie Hall" "Manhattan" and "Deconstructing Harry" are classic Woody Allen, "Once were warriors" is powerful and "Star Wars" had a big effect on me as a kid "Wild at Heart" rocks so does "Twin Peaks Fire walk with me", "Dune" is good "Eraserhead" is vile, the original version of "The Vanishing" pi**es all over Hollywood's rehash, "Run Lola run" is fun in a German type way, "Jean de Florrette" and "Mannon des Source" are cheshnuts...

...I give up I can't pick a favourite - don't reckon anyone else will be able to either?

plastikman (off to read 100 Bullets vol 4 - hurray - thankyou Chester Comic Co)    









?no there isn't

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General / Set the controls for the heart of Avalon...
« on: 20 June, 2002, 03:56:24 AM »
anyone joining me at Glastonbury this year?

Repeat after me... please don't rain please don't rain

plastikman.

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General / Andy "Airbag" Soames....
« on: 19 June, 2002, 04:18:18 AM »
...100 Bullets volume 4 is out on friday make sure you all buy it.

plastikman

PS Sorry about the irrelevant subject title - isn't he a great character though?

PPS This is probably my most boring post ever - to cheer yourself up read the "when will he learn" post - guarantee the link will make u laugh! - good work Wils

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General / Re: To no man will we sell, or den...
« on: 25 June, 2002, 01:11:20 AM »
Did I read somewhere that Rob Heaton (NMA drummer) has a brain tumor?

Gulp.

plastikman

Gutted I've just checked their website and he has left NMA :( - recovering from op

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"Well, here's one bugger who does :-) Songs like "Here Comes The War" & "White Light" are particular favourites - though I've still got a lot of back catalogue to trawl through."

Well worth the trawl Blackblood - you should be able to get most / all of their early stuff dirt cheap on vinyl (don't know about cd) - they've a particular penchant for 10 inch singles aswell!

I'd echo everything Jim has said with a couple of additions...

No rest:
Better than them
No greater love ...
...are my standouts (although No rest and Drag it down ARE bloody good)

The ghost of cain: (nice jacket!)
The Hunt is worthy of a mention

Thunder and Consolation:

"A f*cking classic" - ah atlast someone's said it - there's no other way to describe this record. This was the first of theirs I bought and never looked back. Listening to "Green and Grey" on the Manchester to Hull train - ah memories...
(Except I didn't get White Coats or The Charge on my vinyl copy - presumably these are CD extras?)

"They went off the boil a bit with 'Impurity' (IMO) and took a while to find their form again." - obviously acknowledge this is your opinion Jim, but lets not scare Blackblood off - "Get me out" is a corker "Space" has a nice dreamy quality and "Eleven years" is a belter, oh and you get a picture of a snake on the cover which is always nice.  

Can't wait to see them at Glastonbury (reckon the other 99,999 attendess will be off watching other things!)

Happiness is discovering a band with a sizeable back catelogue...as I'm realising with Neil Young - none of these 1 album Jonnies for me!

plastikman.

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General / Re: I'm with Pulp, who are you fi...
« on: 23 June, 2002, 05:13:16 AM »
Raw Melody Men is surely the best / most appropriate anagram of a band ever!

plastikman.

"we follow the tail lights out of the city moving in a river of red..."

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General / Re: I'm with Pulp, who are you fi...
« on: 23 June, 2002, 05:10:04 AM »
NEW MODEL ARMY = excellent, but no bugger seems to like them.

I've enjoyed there stuff for 10 years and have never seen them live until next week - Glastonbury 2002 it's gonna me the best ever!

plastikman.

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General / Re: when will he learn
« on: 19 June, 2002, 04:09:30 AM »
That's excellent, very funny - but how did you stumble across it eh?? Investigating "raised bladder neck" problems for "a friend"?

plastikman

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General / Re: Would the owner of an unnatend...
« on: 22 June, 2002, 01:06:41 AM »
This is one of the funniest subject titles I've seen for a while (I'm a simple sole) so I'm doing my bit to keep it at the top!

plastikman

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