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This is the umpteenth time I've changed my profile and I'm feeling particularly uninspired...lets see

I like bacon sandwiches and playing chess..
..er..what else?....
been posting and lurking on B3ta for couple of years..hang on you can tell that just by looking at the useful stats above...er...

that'll do for now,
Stay fluffy!

Devilduck did a really cool picture of my username but I can't find the link at the mo

oh I made this

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» Advice from Old People

Don't lend friends money, give it to them
(Fri 20th Jun 2008, 10:44, More)

» Your Greatest Dilemmas

or Chips?
(Wed 19th May 2004, 15:14, More)

» Books

Stephen Baxter
Absolutely anything by him is great, I've nearly finished reading everything he has written. The first I read was 'Time' which was the most awe-inspiring book I have ever read (although arguable the sequel 'Space' is even better). His authorised sequel to H.G Wells Time Machine, called 'Time Ships' is also a particular highlight. Plus his series written with Arthur C. Clarke. He is of the hard sci-fi variety, in particular the book 'Voyage' is a heart-wrenching tale of what might have been had NASA carried on to Mars after the moon.
(Thu 5th Jan 2012, 16:02, More)

» Best Films Ever

Good question here's 3 of the top of my head
here are some interesting ones

1) THX 1138 (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0066434/)
George Lucas's first film (funded by Coppola), visually brilliant and has echoes of things to come (including a prototype lightsaber) but far far darker.

2) The Quiet Earth (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0089869/) these 'last man on earth' films are making a comeback at the moment, this is a classic one from 1985.

3) Outpost (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0892899/) Only got a limited cinema release this year, very limited budget but the cinematography is awesome and very creepy in places, oh and it contains Nazi Zombies!
(Fri 18th Jul 2008, 16:48, More)

» Terrible Parenting

and they wonder why they never see me
grew up in a house of constant slammed doors and shouting between the 'rents. I think in some perverted way they stayed together 'for the kids'. Put me off family life for good.
(Fri 17th Aug 2007, 10:53, More)
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