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  1. Terrarium. Which is excellent for both films and series.
  2. To be fair, I probably worded that badly. I think by and large the writing has been good. The thing that had me cringing was when he was driving his car at night in the first episode and a couple of other little things. Since then, no complaints.
  3. Agree about Evil Genius. Initially thought it was a drama about the event and was disappointed to find out it was a doc, but enjoyed it. Quite enjoying Cobra Kai, the follow up to Karate Kid. It doesn't have much of a budget and in places the script feels like it was written by Joey Tribianni. But I'm still looking forward to episodes.
  4. Indeed. I know who he is now.
  5. Never heard of Darren Mcgarvey, but Souter is a strange one. For the watching.
  6. He definitely won't change, but I don't think he was a troll or bigot. Just unable to take a light-hearted comment 😂
  7. Quick question. Is this offensive? Guy I don't know on Facebook laughing at the chances of a Yes vote next time around. So I say 'OK, let' s play a game of Yoon bingo. I bet you're a rugby player, Rangers fan or ex-soldier'. He takes great offense at this (OK. I did check his FB page to see if any were true). Is this offensive? Or is he just being a wee snowflake?
  8. Stapes

    Snooker Thread

    99% pot success in the last four frames. Unbelievable. Quite liking McManus as a commentator, way better than Stephen 'state the obvious' Hendry.
  9. Is it a book or music? I would agree with most of what Craig says. However, I've never been paid less than £1.10 for a book published by a traditional publisher. You should have a pretty good idea, based on what you're writing about, if an agent will take you on. If not, then you're almost certainly going to have to write to independent publishers. It's a complete pain in the arse, as they all want something a little different. Get info on who to write to from the Writers and Artists Yearbook at a local library.
  10. Warren Zevon's Life'll Kill Ya, with songs such as My Shit's Fucked Up and the brilliant Don't Let Us Get Sick. Two years later he was diagnosed with cancer and died soon after (although did have time to play Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner on Letterman).
  11. Death of Stalin - somewhat bizarre. Still not decided if it was terrible, but I'm leaning that way. I wasn't bored though. All the Money in the World - decent film. Drags a bit at times, but definitely worth a watch. A very strange family, especially the uncaring patriarch, Jean Paul Getty. Interesting trying to work out how Spacey would have played the role - hopefully one day they'll release it with his scenes.
  12. He was Provost at the time and wore it into council chamber the next week, to cheers from.the Labour group. Erse just about sums him up. But history has been rewritten.
  13. Couldn't find this on TAMB, but here's the story: https://www.scotsman.com/news/tartan-army-branded-bigots-1-1776239
  14. Labour put everything they had into this - Corbyn, Mcdonnell and Leonard all did doorstepping. Apparently were out in force on election day too. SNP worked really hard to win this one. Btw, the Labour councillor whose seat it was, was the one who slagged off the Tartan Army a few years back and there was a thread on here about it. Will try and post when I'm on my laptop.