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Spearmint Rhino
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I've met her. Up close, you can definitely tell. I might even have guessed 45.
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Harry Carpenter
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Tim Burgess looked like Lux Interior's prematurely aging father at the NME awards the other night.

Had I guessed his age, I would have said 50 ( I think he's actually 40).

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Spearmint Rhino
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Burgess's hair is extraordinary right now. A real 'wtf?' moment.
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Harry Carpenter
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I think it's to cover up or distract from the fact his face is now that of a B-movie zombie.
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Nico Rijnders
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Moved to L.A, innit? Too much sun.
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Robin Carmody
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"My people, right or wrong".

The worst five words in the English language, in that order.

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The Batebe of Toro Foundation
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Ah, a welcome and typical dose of perspective.

C&c;

"A thousand points of light"

"no such thing as society"

"constitute an axis of evil"

"Tiber, foaming with much blood"

"Fuck your Mum, you cunt"

[ 03.03.2008, 22:24: Message edited by: The peak of El Toro-quino ]

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Alania Vladikavkaz Satie
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"When did you leave Newcastle"?
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Robin Carmody
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Toro has some contenders. But I did not intend the statement to be taken entirely literally. And if absolutely nobody ever in the history of the world had ever said, or thought, "My people right or wrong" (or a variant phrase) there would have been far less war and far less bigotry. That cannot be denied. It applies to all such situations, rather than applying only to one as Toro's Enoch Powell reference does.
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I'm with Robin on this one - as a sentiment "My people, right or wrong" applies frighteningly often, and is, in my opinion, at the root of a lot of the worst kind of behaviour and decisions.

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Harry Carpenter
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Yes, but this is Julie Burchill. any combination of words she uses is terrible.

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"Grotesque, unbelievable, bizarre and unprecedented"

-- Charles Haughey, 1982

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Was Haughey talking about Celine Dion there?
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The McArthur case actually fascinated me when I was a small child. I remember wondering why the Sex Pistols manager had been arrested for murdering a nurse in the Phoenix Park.
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quote:
Tim Burgess looked like Lux Interior's prematurely aging father at the NME awards the other night.
Heh! Nice imagery, Harry. Made me chuckle.

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more importantly, Allison Goldfrapp is 42 this year. 42!!
Firstly, let me say that there is nothing wrong with 42. ...of course. Secondly, a few years back (errr... in about 2000, actually) I went to the Mute label bash 'Irregular #9' and Alison Goldfrapp was one of the early evening DJs (after Daniel Miller) in the main bar area - just a couple of decks on a trestle table, basically. While she was on the decks, I went up to her and asked if I could take her photo. She reluctantly but demurely agreed. She had some flesh on her, back then (which I think suited her) and she looked very nice, sans-make-up and dressed down, but yeah - I could tell she was about the same age as me, even then. I ought to emphasise that I am not a Goldfrapp fetishist! On the contrary - that skinny phase she went through was just ...disturbing, given how nice she had looked those few years before. All just IMHO, though, I suppose.
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