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PostPosted: Wed Dec 30, 2015 10:59 am 
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Storage Hunters UK celebrity edition was a masterpiece


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Ah FFS, I've been seeing the trailers on Dave for that for about a week and really looking forward to it. :mad: :mad: :mad:

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http://uktvplay.uktv.co.uk/shows/storag ... ch-online/

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All the UK ones are fake apparently.

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Someone at work told me their mate was one of the background people that never bid on the one in Preston and he was asked to bring along a load of DJ equipment that they stuffed in a "bin"


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A lad in London worked as a runner on it and they were given lists of things to buy to put in the units.

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"It's just empty cardboard boxes and old books."
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"Why don't you have a look what's in that old suitcase at the back there?" :whistle:

"OMG it's a 1970s Rolex worth two grand!" :)


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And oh, yeah

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All the UK ones are fake apparently.


Like the American ones are 100% factual :rolleyes:


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just finished watching the first season of 'the man in the high castle'.
I have to admit i have never read the novel, ive known about it forever, but just never gotten around to reading it.
But with the end of the first season, i was just left utterly baffled to a certain degree.

Just the way it ended.
But that aside it was bloody brilliant.
The set's, the whole look and feel of it were of great quality, and its acted well and really gripping story wise.
And the lass that plays juliana is fit..she was in riddick and shes just a pretty cool chick..

Its lined up for a second series, and its apparently been amazon's most streamed series..

9/10.

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War and Peace.
Read it when I was in bed injured for 2 weeks when I was about 15
Didn't know who was who and did not understand it.
Watched the BBC version in the 1970s did not understand it.
Watching it now on Bbc still don't understand it

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I would probably stop trying Bert.

Now in to the 4th season of Longmire. I like it. It has just started to get very edgey too. Recommended. And Katee Sachoff is hot. Cassidy Freeman not bad.

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About Longmire

“this cufflink specialist sells nothing but exquisite collector's item cufflinks” FINANCIAL TIMES


Longmire is an independent English jeweller with a renowned international reputation as the cufflink connoisseur.


Sounds a bit lame tbh. No way am I watching something for four series before it gets "edgey" :whistle: :mad:

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I've missed this and I like a cufflink too. :(

Is there a box set?

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On the subject of robots, why not put your job into this and find out if you're going to be replaced by a ROBOT! :eek:

7% chance for me. :(


Well this is obviously bullshit!

AirMule drone ambulance makes maiden flight

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I know that Kimbo has been raving about "The Walking Dead" for a long time now, but all I could think was "Zombies? Really?".

Anyway, I started watching it at Christmas from the beginning. I'm now almost done with season 4 and I'm loving it.


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Chorlton wrote:
I know that Kimbo has been raving about "The Walking Dead" for a long time now, but all I could think was "Zombies? Really?".

Anyway, I started watching it at Christmas from the beginning. I'm now almost done with season 4 and I'm loving it.


See. i told ya so.. :dance:

Mid season break for whatever the current season is..season 6, i just looked..
And its back very soon, can't wait..

chorlt's it only gets better my friend.. :approve:

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Storage Hunters UK celebrity edition was a masterpiece



I seen about 2 minutes of this earlier on, it involved about 3 bouncers, a group of people shouting out stuff and these two guys started pushing each other around

I didn't know whether to laugh or cry

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Watching season 2 of Hannibal. Incredibly well made cheesy nonsense.

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Watching season 2 of Hannibal. Incredibly well made cheesy nonsense.

I enjoyed the first series but gave up on the second. Disappeared up it's own arse too much.


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Watching season 2 of Hannibal. Incredibly well made cheesy nonsense.

I enjoyed the first series but gave up on the second. Disappeared up it's own arse too much.

Agreed..and my mind kept going back to manhunter. And the books.

Manhunter>>>>>>>>lambs

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Just watched the first episode of season 10, of the x files...

Decent start, to maybe my fave show of all time..

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