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The BNP have finally shown their true colours... General Merriment Afghan hound Mon 14th Jun '10 1:30AM 0
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Carry on the story..... Creative Writing
...langoustine. He wondered if that was altruistic or if it was just shellfish
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Cofresh Vindaloo Mix 9/10
Cofresh is without doubt the go-to company for hot snacks. They also come from Leicester which, as a Leicestarian, makes me kind of proud.

Bombay Mix Mild and Bombay Mix Balti were ground-breaking snacks. When Cofresh added Chilli and Lemon Shells to their arsenal it appeared that they were unassailable. No other snack company could touch them.

Then they brought out Vindaloo Mix and the whole game changed. Cofresh are now the snack equivalent of Thor on Jeyes.

Never be fooled by wannabe fly-by-night snack companies. Always buy Cofresh.
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TDDO'ers, please join me in loving this song.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xWfO7xENqMM

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RIP Demian General Merriment
May he never be forgotten.
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Who's been to New Zealand? Travel
What are the best places to visit in New Zealand? I was planning to go there next year, but I'm not familiar with the place. Any hotel recommendations? Thanks!
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softdrinks 7/10
softdrinks are high in sugar and contains empty calories.
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RIP Demian General Merriment
I just discovered this little tribute, well played guys. I can't express how sad I am to have lost such an amazing brother and friend.
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RIP Demian General Merriment


Amanshu was bold enough to comment:
It seems appropriate to have a mourning thread here somehow.

He was a valuable contributor.



Makes me pleased that he's the highest poster on here. Such sad news about such a lovely man.
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RIP Demian General Merriment
Just found out from Marc. I only met him a few times. He was a lovely bloke.

Very sad news.

My condolences to his family & friends.


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I'm so sorry to hear the news.

Demian was a surreal legend and a fantastic chap who I never got to know as well as I would have wanted.
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I heard this morning from Ewan.

It still hasn't sunk in. I can't believe my friend is gone.
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RIP Demian General Merriment
It seems appropriate to have a mourning thread here somehow.

He was a valuable contributor.
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Max Payne 0/10
Every single review of Max Payne I read said it was to paraphrase a festering dog turd. I persevered and insisted on pursuing the vague notion in my brain that it was somehow good or ok. This is because I'm a fan of the game which combined action and a reasonable tongue in cheek noir plot. Unfortunatley the comparison with the dog mess is quite frankly being nice to the film.

Now to be fair to the makers, the magic formula for the how to make a good computer game has not been pulled off in say the same way the superhero movie has. See nearly every single superhero film since Superman the Movie to Kick Ass for evidence and realise generally it's the same plot. Now what makes said superhero formula work so well is that in general they took the good aspects of the comic and made it accessable. Surely not a million miles away from what the a computer game adaptation needs to do?

Not for the makes of Max Payne they have taken the simple plot of the game, evil corporation makes highly nasty acid like drug tripy drug and sells on the streets and kills Max's wife, and make it almost incomprehensible. It was like the makers suddenly decided to make a mystery out of the thing. Unfortunately this is a computer game adaptation and we know who the badies are especially if your a fan of the game or were not born yesterday. It doesn't help that the screen writer decided to use all the names from the game and only slightly change how what they do in the film.

The action in this film is crap and there is not nearly enough of it. The game had bullet time but for some reason the film doesn't bother to use it. Now I know post Matrix bullet time is a bit old hat but it was Max's thing! In fact you watch the movie just begging for the action to begin but no it's just going to dreary along with the possible promise of some and doesn't deliver.

What the film does add is some tripy angels. Now this film is not supernatural in the slightest. So the angels turn up look sinister and make shadows then disappear. So what was the point, well there wasn't one in fact it looked like the director just liked them.

Speaking of direction, this guy directs music videos. I'm convinced I haven't bothered looking it up but he must direct music videos. I actually watched bits of the movie and nearly expected to see Metalic or someone pretending to play guitars.

Let me sum up it's boring I mean really boring.
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The ConDemNation The Big Questions


Afghan hound was bold enough to comment:
Surely a coalition between Labour and Conservative would have been more representative of the nation's wishes.



Undoubtably, although given the proportion of votes - the LibDems were only a couple of million votes behind Labour, it's not too far out to have a ConDem agreement. However as I said the best option would be some sort of coalition including all three parties.



I think that the Tories knocked back a Labour coalition because they know the Lib-Dems are easier to subjugate and ultimately easier to subsume.



I have to admit I wasn't aware that the Tories and Labour attempted to form a coalition. I would have been far more surprised if they had formed one though. The current style of politics leaves the two parties at logger heads and to go from that to happy families is never going to be an easy switch.



David Cameron is a liar in my opinion and I think we have five years of open lies and economic terror to look forward to. He has already started cutting public spending whilst at the same time honouring MPs existing claims to ridiculous amounts of taxpayer's money.

The thing that pisses me off the most is that essential operations for children are to be cut back.

We're fucked, pure and simple.



I'm not sure that's entirely true - while I can see why you're unhappy about the current situation, I also thinks it's very easy to pick a 'bad' party and heap scorn and unhappiness upon them. You might not like the changes they make, but at the end of the day I doubt anyone would last in power if they didn't at least try and make things better.

You could even look at it as a positive thing - by being forced to make harsh economic choices the Tories end up looking like the bad guys so that Labour (or whichever party you like) don't have to and can resteal the reigns in a few years time.
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Infamous - PS3 8/10
I recently completed Infamous on the PS3 and got to thinking that it was an awesome game with a few flaws which is the most interesting kind of game to review. Couple that with the fact that it is featured in Sony’s new Playstation Plus promotion and Infamous 2 is on the way and I figured it was ripe for some comments.
I guess if you are reading this you probably have an idea of the plot, but for those of you that don’t you play the part of Cole a courier who has suffered the inconvenience of having the package he was delivering explode destroying half the city and equipping him with super powers. He awakens some time later in a city which has been quarantined by the government and taken over by violent super powered gangs. The city is roughly based on Manhattan and is split into three islands which become available as the game progresses. Playing as our hero you must kick vast amounts of ass in a third person, open world, shooter, come parkour influenced platformer where you complete story missions and optional side missions indicated by flags on the map. “Wait a darned minute” you quite rightly say. Isn’t that like just about every other game I’ve played for the last five years?
Well pretty much, but there’s a twist. Cole has power over electricity but he doesn’t generate it himself he is instead reliant on the power grid of the city for his powers. Initially armed with a peashooter lightning bolt charging yourself up from overhead power lines, generators and streetlights heals you and grants you access to all manner of additional powers such as lightning grenades and force fields. The only thing that stands in your way of a baddy zapping party time is the unfortunate fact that most of the cities grid has been knocked out in the explosion. Arriving on an island for the first time you are presented with violent gangs on every street corner and no power to juice yourself up with. Many of the main quests revolve around restoring the cities infrastructure by locating fixing substations. This is a very cool element of play as the increasing power in the grid provides a very natural way to grant the player new and awesome powers like surfing on power lines or gliding on static which are usually required from that point on to complete missions. The side quests tackle the gang side of the equation. Each mission is given to you by a needy member of the public and completing it marks that area of the map as your territory meaning enemies are less likely to appear there. This is a cool game mechanic, but has one obvious downside. When you get to a new location you are well and truly under the cosh with bullets coming from rooftops all around and few opportunities to recharge, but as you complete missions you become stronger, face less opposition and are never more than a few meters away from life giving power meaning on medium difficulty you can pretty much just stand in the open wailing on your enemies and slurping up street lights as soon as you get shot. This means that the difficulty level is somewhat uneven and even worse once you have completed the game there are so few enemies around it becomes difficult to even find enough targets to practice trophy winning “stunt” kills on. This is made up for by the fact that it is undoubtedly fun to be Cole. You feel pretty bad ass at the start, but by the end once you have unlocked all the powers and upgraded them with the XP you earn for most actions you are a one man army. Tossing people around like rag dolls and blowing up cars and petrol stations with gay abandon. Moving through the city also feels great. You need to get up high to get around without being sniped and the parkour come power line surfing mechanic makes you feel like a cross between Spiderman and Silver Surfer. Unusually for a third person game the camera is nearly always where you want it and jumping into an abyss by mistake is a rarity. The control scheme feels natural and the only real downer is that the combination of a Gears Of War-esque cover mechanic and acrobatic platforming means that often when you are racing away from a hand grenade you will inexplicably stick to a wall and meet a messy death.
The side missions should be singled out for special praise they feel like a part of the core experience rather than a tack on and encompass: Taking prisoners to jail, treasure hunts, rooftop races, protecting citizens, solving murders, deactivating surveillance devices and fixing trains. So much better than the go to place x, shoot 5 guys and collect Maguffin y, repeat until coma that many games think is acceptable.
So far I haven’t touched on the morality mechanic that gives Infamous it’s title and that’s with good reason as I feel it adds pretty much nothing to the game. Blowing up half the city has made Cole public enemy number one and you can choose to use your powers either to change the mind of the populace and become a hero or punish those who rejected you and become Infamous. This mostly manifests it’s self as nothing more than morality based quick time events where you press “X” for good or “O” for bad action, you don’t even have to work it out for your self as a handy red blue chart appears on screen. In addition to this various actions like killing or healing members of the public has a cumulative effect. It would be cool if the decisions were worth a moment of your time, but once you have taken your first good or bad step you would have to be an idiot not to take the same course with every successive action. Extremes of status grant new powers so trying to act in a “realistic” fashion and alternating means you miss out on all the optional powers. This means that far from being a complex game of morality it is simply a linear game that you can play through twice should you wish to. The net result of your morality choice is a handful of mutually exclusive good or bad side missions on each island and two optional powers one of which I didn’t ever use and the other of which is fairly similar regardless of which side you get it from. At several points the game gives the illusion that your actions are having a significant impact on the plot, but on a second play through you will discover that regardless of the decision the game contrives to provide virtually the same outcome.
The final moan is that the game crashed a couple of times and you may find your self sinking through more complex terrain due to some dodgy collision detection.
When it comes down to it Infamous is a lot of fun and I enjoyed playing it all the way to the end though it didn’t offer enough for me to want to start again with an evil play through.
If they can fix the few annoyances that stopped this from being a true world class game then Infamous 2 is going to be an absolute riot.
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The ConDemNation The Big Questions
Surely a coalition between Labour and Conservative would have been more representative of the nation's wishes.

I think that the Tories knocked back a Labour coalition because they know the Lib-Dems are easier to subjugate and ultimately easier to subsume.

David Cameron is a liar in my opinion and I think we have five years of open lies and economic terror to look forward to. He has already started cutting public spending whilst at the same time honouring MPs existing claims to ridiculous amounts of taxpayer's money.

The thing that pisses me off the most is that essential operations for children are to be cut back.

We're fucked, pure and simple.
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The BNP have finally shown their true colours... General Merriment
Hey folks, we can all relax now. Nick Griffin has finally shown his party's true colours...

http://www.thedailymash.co.uk/politics/politics-headlines/nick-griffin-to-tour-with-aswad-201005252762/

Parliament-Aryan!

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I think that's about the most sensible thing I've heard said about the current situation .

We had an interesting discussion along similar lines in work here. The Cardiff North election was very close - with the Tory's squeezing in by quite a tight majority. A chap here said "my vote definitely counted then". There does seem to be a perception with the current electoral system that if you live in a safe seat, that there is no point voting against the "safe" party.

In fact, in my opinion, all that will acheive is the certainty that the voting system will never be changed. An interesting result is John Major's election in 1992 - the Tory party received the most votes for a single political party in the history of UK politics their majority in parliament was actually reduced to a mear 21 seats.

The previous highest of 13.98 million had been acheived by Clement Attlee's Labour Party in 1951 even though it was Winston Churhill's Tory Party who got the most seats and therefore went on to govern.

In my opinion there is clearly something amiss with the current electoral system. In a sense it defies democracy for a party to get the most votes yet not be permitted to govern. That said - what better way is there?

Personally I'm a big fan of the Single Transferable Voting system - however I've not seen an analysis of the financial impact of implementing such a scheme. It would, doubtless, greatly increase the complexity of a General Election and therefore presumably the cost. I don't think the public belief in network and computer security is currently high enough to employ any form of electronic voting system - ignoring whether or not I personally believe the technology is up to it.

I do really agree with Amanshu. The way the Tory's and Lib Dem's have been talking recently has been very mature and they really do sound committed to making this government work. I guess only time will really tell though!
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So as most of you are probably aware the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats have got together to form a government. This generally seems to be seen as a bad thing by the vast majority of the people I know and I've got to wonder why.

If democracy is good for anything, and it is, then it's got to be representing the majority of the nation. Do I like the conservatives? No. But in many ways my wishes are irrelevant. The majority of the nation does like the conservatives and wants them in power. Yes, they could have created a lib/lab coalition, and maybe chucked in some of the smaller parties to scrape the majority, but should they?

Because I don't think they should. Whether you agree with the people who voted Tory or not, it was their view and wish. You can argue about whether people would have voted differently if some for of Proportional Representation was used, but it's not, and they didn't.

In an ideal world there'll be some sort of power sharing between all the major parties so that all their points of view are represented in all decisions (no I don't know how that would work either). But personally I think the fact that the Lib dems have got into bed with the Tories is a positive thing - even if I'd rather the Tories weren't in power.
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Lets post viagra spam headlines! General Merriment
They've also teamed up with scuba diving charters.

"Take her deep today."
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District 13 8/10
Billed as 'the free running/parkor movie' this French language film follows the adventures of Leito, a heroic parkor expert, and Damian, a supercop martial artist, as they struggle to free District 13, a Parisian inner-city, from the clutches of Taya, a ganglord.

Basically it's all about the running and the fighting. And the flipping. Jumping, leaping, bounding, falling, rolling.

Guns, there's lots of guns and a clean-bomb. Plus a car-chase sorta.

It's all about the running.
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Why does no one post on the daddy anymore? The Big Questions
We have indeed had some genius threads, unfortunately it all fell by the wayside. I think the final nail was probably when the daddy group was created in facebook and nobody could think of anything that couldn't be done on FB that wasn't done here. It's unfortunate, but then a lot of things in life are unfortunate.

On the other hand the daddy was a place that encouraged people who didn't really know each other to discuss subjects they wouldn't normally discuss. It brought together a number of people who although very similar did have a surprising range of opinions and that in itself made the threads interesting - or if not interesting then fun/silly/moving.

The problem was there was no real subject to focus upon, and the lack of substantial new blood meant that the older posters slowly started to run out of steam. I'd also argue that the rise of more boards made it more complicated to know where to post to. End result nobody posted anywhere.

Or in other words: Amen Brother.
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BBC what? General Merriment
Did anyone watch Mark Thomson on newsnight just now? I think the change in strategic direction which the BBC are undertaking are (with the exception of the BBC 6 fuck up) mostly positive. There's a good deal of consistency in the review and the kind of thinking which might actually work if implemented effectively. There's also a good deal of bullshit - like the clause about the number of click through links.

Regardless of the effectiveness, or indeed lack thereof, of the report - if Thomson is going to present it like a gibbering wet blanket its going to fail.

That said - I recon i'd collapse into sobs if Paxman attacked me, but that's why I'm not in charge!

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Amen Brother
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Why does no one post on the daddy anymore? The Big Questions
Well go on why does no one post on the daddy? Especially when we have had some genius threads going.
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