mosfet

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  1. I suspect if you put three different historians in a room you'd end up with three different opinions on the finer points of what was said. But, even assuming what KL said was more correct than not, he's toast. If the Labour party don't expel him they will forever be accused of having an anti-Semitism problem which they have failed to deal with, both from within their own party and outside. Jez has to get shot of Ken.
  2. There's about one thousand films included with Amazon Prime - the 'free' ones I mean. The problem is searching through these films to find the gems can be a slow process, especially using the TV app. So, if you have Amazon Prime and you've seen a decent or even half-decent 'Included with Amazon Prime' film, post the titles here. Here's a few.. The Debt The Imitation Game April 9th Ao - The Last Hunter Rise of the Footsoldier (a straight to DVD movie, but one of the better ones)
  3. Trippy Eagle? Eagles on Acid? Eagles Got A Pict An’ Gonna Get Groovy With It (In A Cave)?
  4. I'm trying to think of a prog rock band who have something to do with eagles. Probably miles off. Gizza clue?
  5. Armando Iannucci, since he could so easily have conjured the scene of a politician taking refuge in the loos while hacks outside shout questions through the door about Nazi sympathies following an idiotic comment.
  6. I don't know about the historical accuracy of the specific claims but this is the funniest thing I've read in some time: "Ken Livingstone is in a disabled toilet and the British news media are camped outside the door asking if he agrees with Hitler" KL is an idiot.
  7. ^ Good shout. I must watch that again sometime.
  8. A few more suggestions: The Spy Who Came in from the Cold is a classic 60s cold war political thriller, based on the John le Carre novel and a must see for the genre. This isn't an easy film to watch and about as far removed from a Bond spy movie as you can get. Superbly atmospheric. The Boys from Brazil which strictly speaking isn't a political thriller but does have a similar overall feel. More recently, The Debt (Helen Mirren) ticks all the right boxes and I really enjoyed The Bridge of Spies not least for the Oscar winning performance of Mark Rylance.
  9. Noisy guitars and shouty vocals but one track which is simply heavenly was about to be a clue. Yep. Waxy wins.
  10. Yesh, thank you LSD. I'll chuck one up in a few minutes.
  11. I believe it's a small part taken from the album Saucerful of Secrets by Pink Floyd. I remember staring at this particular album cover for quite some time after taking a microdot (not something I do anymore or have for a very long time).
  12. I saw a clip of some dick wearing a virtual reality headset on public transport - which reminded me of this by Paul Kaye, almost a decade ago. [video=youtube;MzpdABiEbzY]
  13. Some fans are also seeing subliminal messages in the patterns of blood in the snow.
  14. Yes I think it infers she has powers over aging and could bring jon snow back to life. Also to poke the viewer in the eye with some gratuitous granny vag. A good but not great opener. What happened to the vicious hounds in the fight scene?