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  # 247734 17-Aug-2009 15:37
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George Carlin - You're All Dieased

Fantastic if you're suffering from Insomnia.
Or if you like listening to an old man whinge about stuff that doesn't matter. Oh or if exessive swearing makes you laugh

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  # 247763 17-Aug-2009 16:17
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Adamal: George Carlin - You're All Dieased

Fantastic if you're suffering from Insomnia.
Or if you like listening to an old man whinge about stuff that doesn't matter. Oh or if exessive swearing makes you laugh


Not a fan then!?

I love that show. Lost count of how many times I've heard the CD.
But I'm just a dullard who laughs at penis jokes and the F word.






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  # 247779 17-Aug-2009 16:35
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Nahh, Ricky Gervais stands on top of my favourite standup comedian list :)

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  # 247782 17-Aug-2009 16:37
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Just watched The Boat that Rocked on DVD...enjoyable but it's not a patch on the other flicks by thos English lot that churn them out, like the Christmas one etc...




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  # 248037 18-Aug-2009 10:10
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Adamal: Nahh, Ricky Gervais stands on top of my favourite standup comedian list :)


He's pretty good.  I'm glad he can translate his "style" to the stage too.

Carlin is my #1 because he rocked the boat right up until the bitter end.




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  # 248062 18-Aug-2009 11:05
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Yea, gotta give him kudos there. My mate reckons that I'd probably enjoy some of his earlier work, so I might have to check that out.

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  # 248085 18-Aug-2009 11:59
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He's always ranted about absurd stuff he thinks is out of order, and rightly so, he's American!

He was arrested for saying the "seven words you can't say on television" on stage in the 70's.




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  # 248092 18-Aug-2009 12:06
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Handsomedan: Just watched The Boat that Rocked on DVD...enjoyable but it's not a patch on the other flicks by thos English lot that churn them out, like the Christmas one etc...


I totally agree - Totally enjoyable - Not completely side splitting and maybe just lacking something to make it a great movie - But definately worth watching

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  # 248410 18-Aug-2009 23:02
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BurningBeard: He's always ranted about absurd stuff he thinks is out of order, and rightly so, he's American!

He was arrested for saying the "seven words you can't say on television" on stage in the 70's.


Interesting, I'll have to look into that :)

Cheers!

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  # 248413 18-Aug-2009 23:07
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Watched District 9 tonight - loved it - thoroughly enjoyable! I guess I didn't have any set expectations to begin with. It's 8.5/10 for me...




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  # 248415 18-Aug-2009 23:15
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District 9 today with my mate we both enjoyed the movie :D 8/10!

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  # 248536 19-Aug-2009 10:01
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I've read that it's more of a Sci-fi take on the troubles of Sth Africa than a true Sci Fi epic. Either way, it's supposed to be good.




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  # 248703 19-Aug-2009 18:10
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District 9. Great film go see it!





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  # 248797 19-Aug-2009 20:58
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freitasm:
mysticnz: District 9 today with my mate we both enjoyed the movie :D 8/10!


My wife wants to see it and she's not a sci-fi kind of person.


My partner and I don't share the same taste in films but she really enjoyed District 9 as well, it's very surprising, just avoid any spoilers on the story before you see it!

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