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 on: Today at 09:09 PM 
Started by Tommy - Last post by blueberryhill
The "Harry Potter" films are a lot better than the books Whistle
On a slightly less frivolous note, "Cloud Atlas" is a wonderful film and a terrific book. Also have enjoyed "The Great Gatsby" as a film and book and "Apocalypse Now."
There are others too. Of course there have been some absolute turkeys.

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 on: Today at 09:00 PM 
Started by althusser - Last post by Littlebuddha
Theey really have to get there act together or Labour will be finnished. Someone will have to get all Labour MP's together and some plan of action going.

I am dreding the tories as they are going to be really right wing with a right wing agenda, god help us all because it's bad enough now.

Hope Corbyn sees the damage that is being done, he must resign and someone who is more realistic becomes the leader.

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 on: Today at 08:48 PM 
Started by amongsttheleaves - Last post by Fiverings
I think it was Lee Mckenzie. But they always do, it is clear that the interviewers only watch tennis for 2 weeks a year.

Yes, I keep forgetting Wimbledon is more a celebrity thing for the BBC.

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 on: Today at 08:45 PM 
Started by Caz - Last post by Fiverings
I'm glad that, despite our various differences, there's still one thing to unite us: our shared loathing of Farage.
And yet there's a deeper worry. There appear to be a lot of people out there who admire him, despite all the evidence that he's a selfish posing bully with an ego the size of Mars. I suppose we should be thankful that he gets the exposure he does - otherwise the Leave majority could have added another five points to it's majority.

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 on: Today at 08:45 PM 
Started by Caz - Last post by Littlebuddha
A  Scottish MEP stood up and spoke up for Scotland. He spoke with passion and showed them a map of the UK showing the areas of the country that had voted to remain in the UK. He was near to tears and other members of the parliament stood up an gave him a standing ovation.

Farage had spoken earlier and was so rude it,s a wonder ke wasn't lynched a very horrible, nasty man.

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 on: Today at 08:40 PM 
Started by althusser - Last post by Fiverings
It's either laugh or cry Fiverings.
  Aye, difficult to decide. At least we in Scotland have some degree of hope for a different future. There seems to be little of that down south, and I guess that's a big part of the problem.

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 on: Today at 08:24 PM 
Started by amongsttheleaves - Last post by Aileen
Thanks Linda.   Liam certainly did himself proud today and I'm sure he'll have gained a lot from the experience.

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 on: Today at 08:03 PM 
Started by Aileen - Last post by Matthew2408
Bizarre scheduling change. Vandewegh vs Bondarenko moved to Centre Court. There were other matches on the go, including Jo Konta, that could have been moved, or higher seeded players like two-time champion Petra Kvitova.

I know Wimbledon were criticised for not putting enough women on Centre, but there were surely more 'deserving' players?

I agree. Was shocked when I saw that match had been moved to centre, I was sure they were going to put a mens match on centre considering they had enough time left and surely the mens matches should take priority as they are playing best of 5. I've always though that Wimbledon has the most bizarre scheduling out of the slams.

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 on: Today at 07:59 PM 
Started by amongsttheleaves - Last post by Matthew2408
I thought the interviewer ( don't know who she was) asked some pretty lame questions.

I think it was Lee Mckenzie. But they always do, it is clear that the interviewers only watch tennis for 2 weeks a year.

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 on: Today at 07:52 PM 
Started by althusser - Last post by boogers
It's either laugh or cry Fiverings.

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