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Thread: FAO Filterlab, Mike Reed, et al

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    Talking FAO Filterlab, Mike Reed, et al

    Enough new topics for you?


    If things really get slow we could have a "40yrs later, was Enoch Powell right?" thread which should definitely stir things up Mwahahahaha


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    That'll do me.

    1984; discuss.
    After many years away, Iím back in the hi-fi fold. Where will it lead this time round?

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    16p short of £20

    The price of a liter of petrol if the government has its way

    The altitude (in feet) you'll have to live at if the icecaps melt.

    How long it felt in days that Wet Wet Wet were at No#1 with that song from 4 Weddings

    A song by Tina Turner with Heaven 17.

    The target number to Carol Vordermans numbers quiz - Countdown episode 107 (itself a product of the numbers 1, 9, 8, 4)

    A film as well I believe

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    Above all it's a book which you DIDN'T mention! Only the finest book ever written, didn't think the film followed the book to its word, but it's a great film.
    After many years away, Iím back in the hi-fi fold. Where will it lead this time round?

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    I was leaving that one for you on purpose. It wouldn't be good form to steal your thunder

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    No mate, steal away!
    After many years away, Iím back in the hi-fi fold. Where will it lead this time round?

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    I liked the BBC's version (from the 1950's, I think), adapted by Nigel Kneale (of Quatermass fame) and starring Peter Cushing and Andre Morell.
    "Always carry a large flagon of whisky, in case of snake bite and, furthermore, always carry a small snake."


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