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Offline Darth Crooks

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« Reply #5150 on: Friday 21 June 2019, 08:47:53 AM »
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« Reply #5151 on: Friday 21 June 2019, 09:55:14 AM »
You're not from Kettering are you?

One thing I will give Acaster credit for is bigging up Chucho's when he was recently in town.

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« Reply #5152 on: Friday 21 June 2019, 09:56:10 AM »
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« Reply #5153 on: Friday 21 June 2019, 11:19:07 AM »
I usually hate most super-popular stand up but think Acaster is actually really good. Enjoy a bit of surrealism rather than basic observational stuff that's usually popular.
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« Reply #5154 on: Friday 21 June 2019, 12:13:45 PM »
I like his cheese grater joke

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« Reply #5155 on: Friday 21 June 2019, 12:16:09 PM »
Enjoyed him on Taskmaster. Thought he was s**** when I saw him at the Tyne Opera House not long back.

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« Reply #5156 on: Friday 21 June 2019, 10:25:16 PM »
Speaking of Taskmaster;

DaveTV.

I think I'm supposed to like it, but it is s***. But that is a good thing, because one of the little things in life is that it's so s***, I simply forget it exists. Then something reminds me of Taskmaster, and I go "Ooh! Dave", then login and I've got 2 episodes to watch.

Ah.

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« Reply #5157 on: Monday 22 July 2019, 12:56:24 PM »
Music videos.

Obviously we all have favourites, and my favourites are, obviously (the same as Peter Beardsley's? No.) the best. The video can definitely be an addition to the form, and I'm not recommending it to room 101, but a lot of the time they've served as a distraction to the music.

Might just be me, or the age I was, but there is so much music from the 80s, that I was, seemingly, put off because of their videos. Music that I now much prefer to some of the s**** I was drawn to, as a teenager. I love the music of the Cure, but it doesn't even hint at four bad drag queens (Goths, I know. My mother was progressive enough to take me to my Auntie's specialist shop, but I was dragged, fearfully, through Old Eldon Square for fear of contamination) in a wardrobe.

I guess I'm saying s**** videos are s****, but then nobody makes a s**** video, on purpose.

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« Reply #5158 on: Monday 22 July 2019, 02:28:46 PM »
Weirdly I've never seen the videos for most of my favourite music. I guess during my teenage up to university years we didn't have cable TV, and there was no YouTube. Sometimes go on now and check out a Wu Tang or Jurassic 5 video, kind of weird.

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« Reply #5159 on: Monday 22 July 2019, 08:33:17 PM »
Alcohol.

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Re: Things you think are sh*t...that you're supposed to like
« Reply #5160 on: Tuesday 23 July 2019, 08:37:10 PM »
Music videos.

Obviously we all have favourites, and my favourites are, obviously (the same as Peter Beardsley's? No.) the best. The video can definitely be an addition to the form, and I'm not recommending it to room 101, but a lot of the time they've served as a distraction to the music.

Might just be me, or the age I was, but there is so much music from the 80s, that I was, seemingly, put off because of their videos. Music that I now much prefer to some of the s**** I was drawn to, as a teenager. I love the music of the Cure, but it doesn't even hint at four bad drag queens (Goths, I know. My mother was progressive enough to take me to my Auntie's specialist shop, but I was dragged, fearfully, through Old Eldon Square for fear of contamination) in a wardrobe.

I guess I'm saying s**** videos are s****, but then nobody makes a s**** video, on purpose.

I used to be obsessed with any music video directed by Michel Gondry, still think he's the most innovative music video director i've seen, wasn't a surprise when Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind turned out to be so brilliant. Still got a DVD of his music videos that I bought ages ago, along with Spike Jonze one and Chris Cunningham. Also had a Beastie Boys DVD where you could choose different camera angles and remixes for each track.

Doesn't feel like music videos are as important now though, especially since the demise of music video channels and the rise of Spotify, no real need for them now.

This is still my favourite music video of all-time, incredible:

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« Reply #5161 on: Monday 29 July 2019, 10:09:00 AM »
Music videos.

Obviously we all have favourites, and my favourites are, obviously (the same as Peter Beardsley's? No.) the best. The video can definitely be an addition to the form, and I'm not recommending it to room 101, but a lot of the time they've served as a distraction to the music.

Might just be me, or the age I was, but there is so much music from the 80s, that I was, seemingly, put off because of their videos. Music that I now much prefer to some of the s**** I was drawn to, as a teenager. I love the music of the Cure, but it doesn't even hint at four bad drag queens (Goths, I know. My mother was progressive enough to take me to my Auntie's specialist shop, but I was dragged, fearfully, through Old Eldon Square for fear of contamination) in a wardrobe.

I guess I'm saying s**** videos are s****, but then nobody makes a s**** video, on purpose.

I used to be obsessed with any music video directed by Michel Gondry, still think he's the most innovative music video director i've seen, wasn't a surprise when Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind turned out to be so brilliant. Still got a DVD of his music videos that I bought ages ago, along with Spike Jonze one and Chris Cunningham. Also had a Beastie Boys DVD where you could choose different camera angles and remixes for each track.

Doesn't feel like music videos are as important now though, especially since the demise of music video channels and the rise of Spotify, no real need for them now.

This is still my favourite music video of all-time, incredible:



Never seen the video before. I think between 1988 and now I 've barely seen any videos. I was enjoying the visuals though and it's a good tune. I was enjoying them both independent of the other, up until the point that I noticed a synchronicity (not sure if it was always there, like the ticking of a clock), then it quickly deteriorated into a forced synchronicity.  It's very possible this was the intention, and from my perspective makes the combined product far more interesting than a music video.

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« Reply #5162 on: Monday 29 July 2019, 03:08:23 PM »
Music videos.

Obviously we all have favourites, and my favourites are, obviously (the same as Peter Beardsley's? No.) the best. The video can definitely be an addition to the form, and I'm not recommending it to room 101, but a lot of the time they've served as a distraction to the music.

Might just be me, or the age I was, but there is so much music from the 80s, that I was, seemingly, put off because of their videos. Music that I now much prefer to some of the s**** I was drawn to, as a teenager. I love the music of the Cure, but it doesn't even hint at four bad drag queens (Goths, I know. My mother was progressive enough to take me to my Auntie's specialist shop, but I was dragged, fearfully, through Old Eldon Square for fear of contamination) in a wardrobe.

I guess I'm saying s**** videos are s****, but then nobody makes a s**** video, on purpose.

I used to be obsessed with any music video directed by Michel Gondry, still think he's the most innovative music video director i've seen, wasn't a surprise when Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind turned out to be so brilliant. Still got a DVD of his music videos that I bought ages ago, along with Spike Jonze one and Chris Cunningham. Also had a Beastie Boys DVD where you could choose different camera angles and remixes for each track.

Doesn't feel like music videos are as important now though, especially since the demise of music video channels and the rise of Spotify, no real need for them now.

This is still my favourite music video of all-time, incredible:



Never seen the video before. I think between 1988 and now I 've barely seen any videos. I was enjoying the visuals though and it's a good tune. I was enjoying them both independent of the other, up until the point that I noticed a synchronicity (not sure if it was always there, like the ticking of a clock), then it quickly deteriorated into a forced synchronicity.  It's very possible this was the intention, and from my perspective makes the combined product far more interesting than a music video.

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Re: Things you think are sh*t...that you're supposed to like
« Reply #5163 on: Monday 29 July 2019, 03:49:18 PM »
Yeah it's literally the whole point of the video :lol:
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Re: Things you think are sh*t...that you're supposed to like
« Reply #5164 on: Tuesday 30 July 2019, 09:03:17 AM »
:lol: Duh doiiiyyy
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Re: Things you think are sh*t...that you're supposed to like
« Reply #5165 on: Wednesday 11 September 2019, 09:57:28 PM »
Autumn. Everyone going on about "ooh look at the different colours". What, brown? The colours of death and decay. "Look at the light". You mean the increasing f***ing lack of it? You mean the descent in to darkness? The onset of cold. The reduction of life. Darker mornings, earlier nights. Gloves. Coats. Rain. Spiced pumpkin f***ing latte's... f*** off.
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« Reply #5166 on: Wednesday 11 September 2019, 09:59:45 PM »
Autumn. Everyone going on about "ooh look at the different colours". What, brown? The colours of death and decay. "Look at the light". You mean the increasing f***ing lack of it? You mean the descent in to darkness? The onset of cold. The reduction of life. Darker mornings, earlier nights. Gloves. Coats. Rain. Spiced pumpkin f***ing latte's... f*** off.

It's not death and decay, it's part of a living cycle.

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« Reply #5167 on: Wednesday 11 September 2019, 10:02:46 PM »
Look at sadstan all Elton John-ing Circle of Life up in here.

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« Reply #5168 on: Wednesday 11 September 2019, 10:11:24 PM »
Autumn. Everyone going on about "ooh look at the different colours". What, brown? The colours of death and decay. "Look at the light". You mean the increasing f***ing lack of it? You mean the descent in to darkness? The onset of cold. The reduction of life. Darker mornings, earlier nights. Gloves. Coats. Rain. Spiced pumpkin f***ing latte's... f*** off.

Amen. Every year it's "eeeeee ah luv Autumn!" Aye, right. Once you've enjoyed crunching about five leaves you're f***ing miserable like the rest of us because it's cold and wet and dark and s***. Shut up.

Can't be f***ed with Christmas these days, either, and certainly can't be f***ed 'getting excited' for it three months in advice. Shut up again.

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« Reply #5169 on: Wednesday 11 September 2019, 10:12:14 PM »
Really hope she doesn't have a secret account on here, like. That was a bit strong.

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« Reply #5170 on: Thursday 12 September 2019, 06:26:25 AM »
We both love Autumn. :lol: Prefer dark to light. Prefer the browns and yellows to green.

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« Reply #5171 on: Thursday 12 September 2019, 09:46:58 AM »
Autumn. Everyone going on about "ooh look at the different colours". What, brown? The colours of death and decay. "Look at the light". You mean the increasing f***ing lack of it? You mean the descent in to darkness? The onset of cold. The reduction of life. Darker mornings, earlier nights. Gloves. Coats. Rain. Spiced pumpkin f***ing latte's... f*** off.

Damn straight. Autumn weather is tolerable and you get to wear cool coats again  :cool: but it's also the sign that the ice age is about to be upon us, constant f***ing darkness, sideways rain, SAD syndrome kicking off everywhere and not letting up until f***ing April  :'(

Give me a constant hot climate and plentiful daylight all year round. Get to do so much more outdoors, everyone seems that little chipper, beer gardens, sunshine fanny and a nice healthy glow to your complexion.

I'm filing people who prefer winter and autumn in the same category as men who call women mate.

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« Reply #5172 on: Thursday 12 September 2019, 09:48:20 AM »
I'd take any weather as long as it stayed light into the evening TBH, it's the early darkness that I really hate.

London's a completely different place to live in the summer.

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« Reply #5173 on: Thursday 12 September 2019, 10:35:50 AM »
Autumn. Everyone going on about "ooh look at the different colours". What, brown? The colours of death and decay. "Look at the light". You mean the increasing f***ing lack of it? You mean the descent in to darkness? The onset of cold. The reduction of life. Darker mornings, earlier nights. Gloves. Coats. Rain. Spiced pumpkin f***ing latte's... f*** off.

Damn straight. Autumn weather is tolerable and you get to wear cool coats again  :cool: but it's also the sign that the ice age is about to be upon us, constant f***ing darkness, sideways rain, SAD syndrome kicking off everywhere and not letting up until f***ing April  :'(

Give me a constant hot climate and plentiful daylight all year round. Get to do so much more outdoors, everyone seems that little chipper, beer gardens, sunshine fanny and a nice healthy glow to your complexion.

I'm filing people who prefer winter and autumn in the same category as men who call women mate.

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« Reply #5174 on: Friday 13 September 2019, 10:32:29 AM »
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