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    Nice gibbous moon hanging around in the southeast

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    Watching BBC iPlayer - McQueen

    Sen it before but it's very good. All about the designer Alexander McQueen, where he came from, how he started out. The days leading up to and the impact of his suicide. I got something in my eye when I first watched it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoctorStrangelove View Post
    Entertainment: AVP (mediocre IIRC).

    Oak Island nutjobs on Blaze at 21:00 wherein "we" find stuff in assorted odd places.
    I thought AVP rather less mediocre than on its previous viewing.

    It was ok in its way.

    The disadvantage of the cassette was the inability to FF/skip the trailers as one does with a dvd.

    Currently watching a thing about mammoths on BBC4.

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    The Oak Island nutjobs have found wood at 51 feet and 55 feet in a drill hole at Smith's Cove.

    Said wood being of similar type to the slipway in the cove that they found last year.

    They're looking for wood. (Aren't we all?).

    They want to drain the swamp.

    Using the bladder system they tried in Smith's Cove.

    Meanwhile, our Gary is metal detecting on Lot 21.

    Finds a victorian ha'penny.

    Then finds sommat else but we dunno what as yet.

    It's a leaf brooch thing, covered in tulipe.

    And off they go to Acadia Uni to see wtf the thing is.

    Being cleaned with a glass fibre brush (which is termed "mild").

    It looks a lot more impressive with the crap cleaned off it.

    Ah. Now they're in the Mug & Anchor pub.

    Very sensible.

    The leaf has 13 branches which is "significant".

    The C14 date on the above mentioned wood is 1735 to 1770ish.

    And that's it.

    More stuff found next week.
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    more farscape tonight, as freeview is sh1te.
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    Tea has been a healthy dish of gammon, fried eggs, chips and beans. Very nice indeed

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    I've had enough of the day and am a bit fed up so I'll probably do the washing up and then go to bed.

    Oh bugrit. I haven't made the effing bed yet.

    So - washing up, make the bed, shower, go to bed.

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    After getting some good recommendations of watch to watch on here I made the mistake of watching Little Mix The Search. It is very predictable unless you haven't seen Britain's Got The Pop Factor. I don't know why they need to make 5 fecking bands they could have saved money by making two and having more sob stories.
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    Entertainment(continued): Dr Pimplepopper (repeat), but there's nothing to beat watching pimples popped.
    When the fun stops, STOP.

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    Just sat through Bridget Jones’ Baby. That’s how much I love The Wife (tm)
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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    Just sat through Bridget Jones’ Baby. That’s how much I love The Wife (tm)
    I've got the trilogy; I've seen the first one some years ago, but not the other two. Must get round to them some time

    The first one starts, as I recall, with a winter wedding in a Cotswold village all covered in snow. It was actually filmed in the height of summer; I was living in Cheltenham at the time and there was a thing on the local TV news about how they'd covered the village in fake snow, filmed for three or four days, then cleaned it all up again

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