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  1. Joker didn’t disappoint. Brilliant from start to finish. What a film and what a performance from Phoenix.
  2. It’s had universal acclaim from critics - it’s scoring 92 on Metacritic and 100% on Rotten Tomatoes. Sounds like it’s going to be brilliant.
  3. I can’t tolerate his solo stuff (lyrically more than anything, musically it isn’t that bad - just average), but I watched the unplugged set over the weekend. The 3 song run of - Sad Song, Some Might Say and Cast No Shadow was as good as it gets. His voice sounded better than it ever has. Brilliant.
  4. Whoop whoop! https://www.digitalspy.com/movies/a29265671/spider-man-3-mcu-return-marvel-sony/
  5. Holy forking shirt balls. The Good Place is back!
  6. Thoughts and prayers for those of us with 2 seasons still to go
  7. Spot on this. Palace away was probably our worst performance so far, other than that we’ve more than held our own against the rest of the teams we’ve played. Most of the new signings have settled reasonably well and the existing players have shown they can make the step up. Plenty of reasons to think the majority of them will continue to improve as the season goes on, which was the strategy behind the signings in the first place. We’ve been naive at times, we’ve made individual errors and poor decisions on the field that have cost us. In addition to that, we definitely haven’t had the rub when it comes to referring decisions so far this season. We do need a quick win or two from the next three games, otherwise we risk confidence beginning to drain and performance levels going the wrong way, but overall I still think there is good reason to be optimistic about this season.
  8. Keir Starmer. I like him and think he should be leader of the Labour Party. He seems be an actual grown up who like, knows stuff about stuff and everything. I appreciate knowing stuff about stuff isn’t what gets you elected these days, but if it were - I think he’d do well.
  9. I think I’ll respectfully agree to disagree with you on this. As I said, I don’t doubt for one second that plenty of people in other countries have it worse than we do - so we agree there. That is still very far away from being ‘one of the best’ and we aren’t going to change each other’s minds on that
  10. Denmark Switzerland Finland Australia Iceland Austria Netherlands Germany New Zealand Sweden Norway Estonia US Japan Spain Slovenia Canada They are the top 17 countries that rank higher than we do in the quality of life index. I didn’t make up the index, but I assume the people that did know what they are on about and it’s made up of lots of different measures. I can’t be arsed with the ‘why don’t you move comment’, it’s a lazy argument. We are not one of the best countries in the world, it’s a nonsense to suggest we are. You might love this country (I do too to be fair) and my own quality of life is excellent, but that is because I am fortunate enough to be gainfully employed and in good health etc etc. My own circumstances are not reflective of our society as a whole.
  11. I’ve no doubt that consumerism and the availability of ‘cheap’ money has had a far greater impact on this than Austerity. Although, I would think a certain % of the increase would be down to people using credit as way to make ends meet. It was just one of the many things I think has gotten worse since 2010. I fundamentally disagree with anybody that thinks this is currently one of the best places in the world to live.
  12. UK is 18/77 on the most recent quality of life index. So yes, there are (much) worse places to be, but one of the best? No chance, not even close. Best time in history is subjective. In some ways yes, I suppose it is.
  13. Errrrm, not sure if serious? I mean yeah, if you ignore all the stats on homelessness, food bank usage, child poverty, record levels of personal debt, wages not rising in line with inflation, etc etc........the list literally goes on and on and on.
  14. A 32 hour working week you say? With no loss of pay? I’m joining momentum and backing this Unicorn. Or if we can have a unicorn combo deal, I’ll take this with a side of Bojo’s tax cut for the 40%’ers, please and thank you.
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