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LeChuck

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  1. But they would be catastrophic. They're not the enemy, they're our biggest trading partner. We need to establish a trade deal or our economy would implode and everyone would suffer.
  2. Well, he's exactly the sort of man the "strong and stable leadership" slogan is aimed at - the angry Leave voter. Doesn't surprise me one bit that he is shouting it in the streets.
  3. https://www.buzzfeed.com/laurasilver/tim-farron-and-a-pro-leave-pensioner-just-had-the-mother-of?utm_term=.afaNkrK6Da#.klxboLOZkr If his aim was to defend the image of Leave voters, I think he failed. Angry, confused and aggressive. Thought Farron handled himself very well though, even though I'm not his biggest fan.
  4. Not looking forward to the World Cup if this is what the heat does to teams.
  5. Anybody watched the new Arrested Development? I'm 7 episodes in and I'm not impressed. I wasn't expecting much though because I thought the tail end of the third season was heading that way.
  6. With a forward line of Lewandowski, Gotze, Reus and Blaszczykowski and a defence of Subotic and Hummels it'd be hard to fail! Obviously that's doing him a disservice, Germany nurturing terrific young coaches as well as managers it seems. But they've got a hell of a team, I hope they keep them together but it's one that they've taken time to develop.
  7. Anywhere that shows Hanley's full run? Commentators on five live were going mental.
  8. Amazingly this would put us up to 15th place. I don't think we'd drop 7 places in 2 games.
  9. After Givet's horror show at the weekend we desperately need Hanley back in there. I'd possibly for Lowe as well, Dunn might be more effective from the bench so soon after the game on Saturday.
  10. I went there just before Christmas and it is very good. Feels like you've stepped back in time 100 years (in a good way) - almost like being sat in an old underground railway station. Re Nandos....it is what it is. Its competitors are the likes of McDonald's and Pizza Hut. I really like it since the veggie options are excellent (halloumi and portabello mushroom burger is amazing), and the sides are very good. I never go for a proper meal there it's just an alternative to other fast food places if I'm shopping or whatever. For that it does a very good job.
  11. Search for the Everything Everything mix by James Rutledge. It's the whole Arc album mixed into a 6:51 song. Nowhere near as chaotic as it sounds! Definitely worth a listen. Saw My Bloody Valentine last Sunday. I think my ears are still bleeding. The 15 minute wall of noise that they call 'the Holocaust'...f*** me. I've never experienced anything like that! The rest of the set was beautiful but that was a 15 minute physical assault.
  12. None of this is root veg! BLACK PUDDING CAKE with poached egg, creamed leeks and peas JAPANESE ENOKI MUSHROOM SPRING ROLL with a warm coconut broth and noodle laksa SPINACH, PISTACHIO AND FETA FILO PIE with tomato, chick pea and saffron stew GNOCCHI WITH TAPENADE SAUCE AND A BLUE CHEESE CRUMB served with a bean and crouton salad and salsa verde dressing Knowing how good their pies and bean stews are, I'd go with the spinach, pistachio and feta pie (the stews are usually wonderfully smokey).
  13. It's fantastic. I live just round the corner and I'm a vegetarian, so obviously I go there a lot! Taken friends there in the past - staunch meat eaters that usually have light hearted digs about BBQs and so on - and they all loved it. The veggie black pudding seems to be the highlight for non veggies. I wrote my post before reading that, honest. If you eat in Manchester on a regular basis I can recommend Bistro 1847 in the city centre (the head chef was trained at Noma in Denmark, voted best restaurant in the world). They've also opened a sister restuarant in Chorlton. Haven't tried that one but I imagine it's just as good. Not quite Greens standard but not far off, and they have a good early-evening offer iirc.
  14. I've always wondered what people thought was in their £1 ready meals. I mean really...to make a lasagna with meat, tomatoes, cheese, pasta, vegetables, have a huge factory to make it, package it, transport it, pay wages of people involved along the way, make two companies a decent profit (supplier and retailer)...quality has to be questionable at best.
  15. Nope. Just checking. And at least I know who to ask when I get a place big enough to get my own hens now.
  16. Abbey....thenodrog.... Ever eat at KFC? Ever buy Bernand Matthew's products? Ever buy none free-range eggs?
  17. That's just low level professional boxing for you. The other guy had won his first two professional fights, so of course it should have been a pro fight. The problem is that those fights are not usually on TV.
  18. Yeah went to it there a few times, also saw a few things (including The Fall) when it was at the old Boddington's brewery. It's moved to somewhere near Trafford now I think.
  19. WHP? Warehouse Project? What's it like since it changed venue?
  20. Same here, possibly why I got a bit confused. I thought he fell off the wagon once he retired because he felt empty without boxing. He wasn't doing anything like that when he was fighting, surely?
  21. Why? It's only coke, not doing anyone any harm. You probably cross loads of people every day that have done it. I hope he wins on Saturday, British boxing needs him at the moment.
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