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    Grown men in their 40ís who love everything MARVEL. To the point they actually think they are a super hero and they even buy man bags, wrist watches and some go to the extent of getting a tattoo. I wish I loved something that much
    Women who pretend to like Starwars
    same women who pretend to like drinking pints


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemonade View Post
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    Women who pretend to like Starwars
    same women who pretend to like drinking pints
    My ex was absolutely obsessed with Star Wars. Donít quite get it myself. On the plus side she used to dress up as Slave Leia.

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    Women usually like Marvel in their coffee! ☕
    I dont drink coffee

    And I like star wars

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    Quote Originally Posted by SRHibs View Post
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    My ex was absolutely obsessed with Star Wars. Donít quite get it myself. On the plus side she used to dress up as Slave Leia.
    And you let her go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilson View Post
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    And you let her go!
    He should have invited Jim Traynor round and he could have had the full experience

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    Quote Originally Posted by SRHibs View Post
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    My ex was absolutely obsessed with Star Wars. Donít quite get it myself. On the plus side she used to dress up as Slave Leia.
    Not into Star Wars films so I had to google Slave Leia.

    I'm very glad that I did.

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    And you let her go!
    Iím a generous master!


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    I recently installed the latest version of Autocad on the pc in my office. One night last week I tried to open a drawing on my laptop at home but it couldn't read the file saved in the latest version and, not wanting to waste too much time, I downloaded an Autocad reader programme. I was quite surprised that the download was 300 odd MB but even more so that this became 1.3GB+ when unpacked.

    20 years ago the full version of Autocad came on 8 floppy disks (less than 12MB). Now I understand that there are a few extra functions so it's normal that the programme files will be bigger, but 250 times bigger for a 'reader'.?

    WTF are they writing into software?

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    20 years ago the full version of Autocad came on 8 floppy disks (less than 12MB). Now I understand that there are a few extra functions so it's normal that the programme files will be bigger, but 250 times bigger for a 'reader'.?
    Top bloatware, that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peevemor View Post
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    I recently installed the latest version of Autocad on the pc in my office. One night last week I tried to open a drawing on my laptop at home but it couldn't read the file saved in the latest version and, not wanting to waste too much time, I downloaded an Autocad reader programme. I was quite surprised that the download was 300 odd MB but even more so that this became 1.3GB+ when unpacked.

    20 years ago the full version of Autocad came on 8 floppy disks (less than 12MB). Now I understand that there are a few extra functions so it's normal that the programme files will be bigger, but 250 times bigger for a 'reader'.?

    WTF are they writing into software?
    Been using Bentley microstation last few years have to say I prefer it. Don't remember it being that clunky and that's the full version with add-ons!!

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    Dr who.

    Absolute drivel. I sort of get why it was popular when it first came out and sci-fi was new but I donít understand how anyone can still find it enjoyable now.

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    Big Brother - why is it so popular
    X Factor - same

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    Big Brother - why is it so popular
    X Factor - same
    All reality tv. Its popularity just reinforces the increasing truth that humanity is descending into utter ****wittedness.

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    That since everybody is different what they watch, listen to, laugh at, get, ignore or endorse works for them not necessarily you.

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    Dr who.

    Absolute drivel. I sort of get why it was popular when it first came out and sci-fi was new but I donít understand how anyone can still find it enjoyable now.
    You wash your mouth out!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. S View Post
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    You wash your mouth out!!
    Cmon Mrs S, itís no the 1960ís or whenever it was you started watching it now. Move with the times.

    😜

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    Wrestling

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSK View Post
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    Wrestling

    Completely fake, made up male farm animal excrement. People actually pay to go and watch that rubbish. Incredible!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bingo70 View Post
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    Dr who.

    Absolute drivel. I sort of get why it was popular when it first came out and sci-fi was new but I donít understand how anyone can still find it enjoyable now.

    Agreed. A BBC fixation, like James Bond.

    In fact, why do the BBC and the media in general revere a privately funded commercial operation that is the Bond series?

    They give unlimited adverting of the films by constant reference to Aston Martin Daniel Craig etc etc

    Very strange...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSK View Post
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    Wrestling
    Try it with the wife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pollution View Post
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    Agreed. A BBC fixation, like James Bond.

    In fact, why do the BBC and the media in general revere a privately funded commercial operation that is the Bond series?

    They give unlimited adverting of the films by constant reference to Aston Martin Daniel Craig etc etc

    Very strange...

    "Doctor Who has been broadcast internationally outside of the United Kingdom since 1964, a year after the show first aired. As of 1 January 2013, the modern series has been or is currently broadcast weekly in more than 50 countries.

    Doctor Who is one of the five top grossing titles for BBC Worldwide, the BBC's commercial arm. BBC Worldwide CEO John Smith has said that Doctor Who is one of a small number of "Superbrands" which Worldwide will promote heavily."

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doctor_Who#International

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peevemor View Post
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    "Doctor Who has been broadcast internationally outside of the United Kingdom since 1964, a year after the show first aired. As of 1 January 2013, the modern series has been or is currently broadcast weekly in more than 50 countries.

    Doctor Who is one of the five top grossing titles for BBC Worldwide, the BBC's commercial arm. BBC Worldwide CEO John Smith has said that Doctor Who is one of a small number of "Superbrands" which Worldwide will promote heavily."

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doctor_Who#International
    Itís still ***** 😉

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    Quote Originally Posted by bingo70 View Post
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    Itís still ***** 😉
    I couldn't tell you, I haven't watched it in more than 30 years. I know it's shown across here though.

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    Cmon Mrs S, itís no the 1960ís or whenever it was you started watching it now. Move with the times.

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    I was too scared to watch it when i was wee. The music and titles had me leaving the room
    David Tennant and Matt Smiths time was fantastic. It did go downhill a bit but Jodie Whittaker is worth watching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilson View Post
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    Try it with the wife.
    I'm not certain if that invitation is open to us all or not.

    Before I commit, I'd appreciate if you put up her picture, and statistics please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldbutdim View Post
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    I'm not certain if that invitation is open to us all or not.

    Before I commit, I'd appreciate if you put up her picture, and statistics please.
    Only if you're partial to Boston Crabs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pollution View Post
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    Agreed. A BBC fixation, like James Bond.

    In fact, why do the BBC and the media in general revere a privately funded commercial operation that is the Bond series?

    They give unlimited adverting of the films by constant reference to Aston Martin Daniel Craig etc etc

    Very strange...
    All the Bond films are only shown on ITV?

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    Quote Originally Posted by O'Rourke3 View Post
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    All the Bond films are only shown on ITV?

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    We used to go about the playground doing dalek impressions back in the sixties. It was a pretty tacky show that folk grew out of.
    Now, however, the Beeb talks of Dr Who like it's high drama or something.

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    Try it with the wife.
    Thats why I dont like it

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