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    OMG!!! Someone actually ripped it, uploaded it and now I'm downloading it.

    Sgt.Peppers.Lonely.Hearts.Club.Band.1978.1080p.Blu Ray.H264.AAC-RARBG

    I never thought that was going to happen.
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    i'm giving up alcohol for a month!!

    wait ..... sorry, that came out wrong .....

    i'm giving up - alcohol for a month!!



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    don't drink too much... we may need you to help Jack off a horse.

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    have a simple wooden jewellery/knickknack box which belonged to
    m'grandma and I decided to repair/refinish it for m'mum.

    Immediately upon sanding it I was surprised how the smell reminded
    me of my grandmother's house - a place I would have last visited
    maybe 25 years ago. While the smell is not smoky, I do wonder if it
    is from tobacco, as she was a lifelong smoker.

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    i think my bucket list may be somewhat underwhelming ......

    1. get a bucket

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    So, the Chinese are showing photos of a lander on the far side of the moon.

    Did they use the same film studio the Americans used for the Apollo missions (and for Capricorn One, of course)? Just wondering...

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    ^ this ye olde space font is nostalgic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misrule View Post
    Did they use the same film studio the Americans used for the Apollo missions
    with the cost of movies today, surely it would be cheaper to actually work out how to go to the moon ......?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sp88 View Post
    with the cost of movies today, surely it would be cheaper to actually work out how to go to the moon ......?

    It's impossible, from our flat earth you would just hit the glass dome that keeps all the air and water in. That is where "the moon" is painted on anyway.
    Besides that our lizard overlords who live beneath the surface would never allow us to leave the domain of their mind control.

    Although I have heard a rumour that it was a Moon person who shot JFK, instead of "Grassy Knoll" we should be thinking "Rocky Planetoid"
    It may even have been a time travelling Barak Obama, check his birth certificate; he is actually from the sea of tranquility.

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