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    lol…we all here…





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    lol…we all here…

    Absolutely brilliant



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    lol…we all here…

    We’re!






    heh heh heh



  • great stuff.



  • A little off topic but I went to see Bohemian Rhapsody yesterday. Wow! One of the best movies I’ve ever seen. Though the cinema must have been dirty as I was constantly wiping dust from my eyes!



  • So very true

    I’m right again



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    A little off topic but I went to see Bohemian Rhapsody yesterday. Wow! One of the best movies I’ve ever seen. Though the cinema must have been dirty as I was constantly wiping dust from my eyes!

    Great film. My Theatre was a bit dusty as well.



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    A little off topic but I went to see Bohemian Rhapsody yesterday. Wow! One of the best movies I’ve ever seen. Though the cinema must have been dirty as I was constantly wiping dust from my eyes!

    Will likely catch it on Foxtel later, as probably the only one in my family that would appreciate it. Enjoy their music up loud to this day and occasionally watch their Live Aid gig on you tube, which is the best live set that I have ever seen and especially so with Freddy basically getting out of his HIV deathbed to perform.

    If you are reading this Swag, I suggest you catch that set to broaden your musical horizons beyond electronic dance. Someone also suggested the Jam to you and I certainly concur with that idea.

    On topic, hard to understand the specific SJW reference in the thread title and the thing I like about this joint is it is far from an echo chamber, especially on footy matters.



  • Reminds me of the old ''Flame warriors" thread which seems to have been lost in cyberspace

    http://www.flamewarriorsguide.com/

    Were all there too



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    A little off topic but I went to see Bohemian Rhapsody yesterday. Wow! One of the best movies I’ve ever seen. Though the cinema must have been dirty as I was constantly wiping dust from my eyes!

    Though I was born a year prior to his passing I grew up idolising Freddie Mercury. Must’ve watched Queen’s part of that Live Aid concert thousands of times (which is the only part I’ve ever seen mind you). So it was a great way to end the film.
    I was instantly brought to tears when he told the band members. Then again moments later when he’d had tea with his family, right up until the very end - the kiss he blew at the end literally made me sob.
    Such a beautiful movie that never hid from the secrecy and loneliness surrounding him. But captured the enigma he really was.



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    A little off topic but I went to see Bohemian Rhapsody yesterday. Wow! One of the best movies I’ve ever seen. Though the cinema must have been dirty as I was constantly wiping dust from my eyes!

    Saw it yesterday too. A lot of artistic licence but still a very good movie.

    Rami Malek played the tortured genius very well.



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    A little off topic but I went to see Bohemian Rhapsody yesterday. Wow! One of the best movies I’ve ever seen. Though the cinema must have been dirty as I was constantly wiping dust from my eyes!

    Saw it yesterday too. A lot of artistic licence but still a very good movie.

    Rami Malek played the tortured genius very well.

    We’ve heard nothing but excellent reports as well. My Mrs is a Freddy/Queen fanatic and my son is learning Bohemian Rhapsody on piano for his next exam so I imagine we’ll be going when it comes to town.


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    back on topic you keyboard heroes…



  • piano…even in NT…keyboards
    Off topic much??


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