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Keenomanjaro

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  1. Book Lists 2011

    2011 1. The Castle in the Forset - Norman Mailer (currently reading)
  2. Live Music Plans?

    Didn't make it unfortunately. Thank you Southern trains. This follows from the last gig I went to (Manic Street Preachers, Brixton Academy) which was cancelled due to the singer losing his voice. I'm not having much luck.
  3. Live Music Plans?

    I'm hoping to see Vampire Weekend and Janelle Monae at Alexandra Palace tomorrow, but I'm not sure I'll be able to get there after work given the travel chaos seen today.
  4. could an under 18 buy non alcholic beer?

    That's interesting - I thought it was some sort of cynical marketing gimmick by the bar rather than a genuine serving suggestion (although adding orange to something that already tastes of orange seems a bit odd).
  5. could an under 18 buy non alcholic beer?

    Yes, I also drink alcohol for the taste. The diversity of wine also applies to the diversity of ale as well. In years gone by the ale drinker would often have to settle for a pint of best bitter or nothing, but now the booming ale industry is putting out beers of every conceivable variety - bitters, stouts, milds, Indian pale ales, fruit beers, porters, ruby beers, pale beers and so on... all with their own distinctive flavours and aromas. Ale drinking has a bit of a poor image, but there are a lot of innovative brewers in the UK creating excellent beer to suit all tastes. Check out Dark Star, Thornbridge, Marble, Crouch Vale and Triple fff, to name but a few. I'm also a fan of Belgian and German beer, especially the German wheat beers, although as you point out, they don't come cheap. I had a pint of Blue Moon in a bar in Clapham recently and having forked out £4.30, I was shocked to find they had put a slice of orange in it.
  6. Music Quiz

    Number 8 is Suggs
  7. Music Quiz

    I think I know this one - at least three of the people on your list (Dors, Whitelaw, Shaw) have appeared on the cover of records by The Smiths. Elvis and Billy Fury fit the mould of a typical Smiths' cover star (although I can't recall them being on a specific record cover) and despite having no idea who Pat Phoenix is, I would like to think he/she also made it onto one of their record sleeves too.
  8. Music Quiz

    1989 Poison - Alice Cooper
  9. Music Quiz

    1985 Everybody Wants To Rule The World - Tears for Fears
  10. Music Quiz

    1992 Barcelona - Freddie Mercury and Montserrat Caballé.
  11. derogatory comments about reading/books

    The title of this thread reminded me of this... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uvs2g5Nj0NI (Link contains strong language)
  12. I Write Like

    Almost everything I tried came out as David Foster Wallace. I can't say I'm familiar with his work, but Wikipedia offered the following bit of insight: "Wallace's novels often combine various writing modes or voices, and incorporate jargon and vocabulary (sometimes invented) from a wide variety of fields. His writing featured self-generated abbreviations and acronyms, long multi-clause sentences, and a notable use of explanatory footnotes and endnotes—often nearly as expansive as the text proper." I think I'd be flattering myself to think that I write in such a way.
  13. Help Me Find Find That Song...

    I think it's pronounced 'The ex-ex', although I'm not 100% sure. Maybe it's a double kissing sound!!!?
  14. Help Me Find Find That Song...

    I think I know the trailer you mean and if I'm right, the song you are after is 'Crystalised' by the xx. Their debut album, also called 'xx' was one of my favourites of last year.
  15. Music Quiz

    Here's the Stiltskin advert: Whilst I'm here, another one was 'Should I stay or should I go' - a shameful sell-out from the Clash.
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