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Sixtyseconds last won the day on April 11 2014

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  1. Imagine watching Cardiff every week. So Sir is it Dulux or Crown you want to watch dry!
  2. The disgraceful, vitriolic and unjustified abuse. ?? My memory might be ******. But that has not been Ashton Gate or anywhere much recently.
  3. Sorry but Beki Bondage sounds like Courtney Love inhaling helium now.
  4. Clash were real punks. So bored with the USA they buggered off to America during the Miners strike and only did one benefit gig near its end. Compare that to Crass.
  5. Yes chief. Was a teen and saw the Clash and the post City Gas dust up … That in 2019 would be front page it was full scale. And the Damned and the post City Gas dust up. Crass new Trinity was the gig. Yes there was a dust up but pre gig v the British movement. That small gig changed Punk in Bristol and its politics. For some anyway. Do you remember gangs of Punk Rockers congregating outside the Virgin Records shop? Yes twas also the eighties. Thrash and anarcho of the eighties could be Bristols punk heyday Chaos UK, Disorder, Lunatic Fringe, Amebix in squats around St Pauls and the Vice Squad but the not the Vice Squad of now. We had kicks todays kids can never know … Can smoke, cant squat, drink is expensive, can't protest like the eighties and can't dive off the stage if I could muster enough energy to climb on one. Is there still a Punk Scene in Bristol? Yes. Check the exchange. Check St Nicks covered market. Easton Pubs. Its not as big, numerous and spiky and has a lot less hair but is still there.
  6. Five. Half a team. HALF A TEAM! Bugger coaching philosophy and improving the thirty he has. I WANT HALF A TEAM!
  7. Schadenfreude = self satisfaction. Could the mods keep this away from the forum. Kids read some of this.
  8. Its been a sensible move choosing a venue away from the Pier. No more City people covered in water/mud/sand (is it sand?)/seaweed after the old how many pints would it take for you to jump off the Pier bet. It was only a matter of time before one was swept out to sea by the tide. Does wonders for the local taxi economy from all the missed trains to cant find the train station at all .. Keep it tight City.
  9. A poster getting slaughtered for clearly not being homophobic. Bans. Written apology. Stay low and move fast here chaps.
  10. I enjoy seeing the yoof in their new season new Gazelles, Sambas, Trimm Trabbs. That was once us. Or some of us. Flag day has been going for over a generation. Hail those flags!!
  11. This VAR increases the amount of penalties. TV discussion for TV drama Its putting TV in football. It doesn't improve the game.
  12. Used to work on a vegetarian and vegan food stall at Glastonbury for several years, X amount of work for a free ticket and food. All food sourced. All environmentally friendly. Not for profit .. None of it. Then the bearded one invited the Corporate mean (really fckn mean) fiddler to run the gig. Quadrupled the pitch price to push people out who'd been there for decades. If I went there now I'd leave a mess. Glastonbury is not about being really environmentally friendly and ethical for over decade.
  13. I wouldn't leave the Bentley in the garage.
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