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I really don't want to know why you are thinking about that :P

 

Either way leather trousers for £14? Is that because they are missing a big section around the rear? ;)

 

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Actually no, the only chaps I found (and have no use for) were like 50 quid or so. The ones I bought are complete trousers.

And if another seller willfully disregards my note of "Oh *suitcase*, I misread the dimensions, I thought the legs are 76 cm long, not 67" I'll end up with another pair, four inches too short. Good that nobody's trying to outbid me, I don't feel like paying more than eight quid for those.

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I don't understand how The World's End makes it a trilogy. Isn't it the 4th film they made? Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, Paul, The World's End. Plus, none of the characters or settings are a continuation.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three_Flavours_Cornetto_trilogy

 

Also that abomination called Paul isn't part of the three. Though oddly enough I am taking a mate called Paul along to watch this one, the one that features alien things :P

 

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Watched a film called attack the block ( I think ) a while back which was much funnier and better made . Aliens decend on the local youth of south london with hysterical consequences , the Chav comments are golden in it ,,,,I am sure it was the same producers that made it ..

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Well they did say they would do the three common type of student / Sunday afternoon brain cell killing films sort of thing with a British twist.

 

Though I do like the ideas that they fermented in Spaced etc, then made these :P

 

Either way it is a good laugh and I recall going through Wells when they filmed Hot Fuzz there, sadly never met any of the main cast :(

 

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For me it's a trilogy in the sense that it's a buddy-cop/slacker/binge drinker movie, with one of them having to grow up massively with the other supporting them.

 

yeah but it wasnt involving edgar wright, and it shows. paul is a completely different style of film, the cornetto trilogy seems to be all about smashing together genres and themes in a very british way (SOTD: rom com with zombies, hot fuzz: action cop films meet the wicker man in a quaint village). paul just doesnt have the same type of humor as SOTD, hot fuzz, spaced or anything else pegg, wright and frost have done together. not that its a bad film.

 

I have noticed that nationality has a lot to do with how people drive in the uk , mediteraneans tend to be arrogant and hot headed , Jewish women tend to park badly or double park without a care in the world for other road users ,( probably due to the people carriers they drive ) the list goes on and on .

 

bit of a generalisation there isnt it? could just say theres an awful lot of *suitcase* drivers about, i dont really think incompetence is exclusive to any race/gender/religion.

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yeah but it wasnt involving edgar wright, and it shows. paul is a completely different style of film, the cornetto trilogy seems to be all about smashing together genres and themes in a very british way (SOTD: rom com with zombies, hot fuzz: action cop films meet the wicker man in a quaint village). paul just doesnt have the same type of humor as SOTD, hot fuzz, spaced or anything else pegg, wright and frost have done together. not that its a bad film.

 

 

bit of a generalisation there isnt it? could just say theres an awful lot of *suitcase* drivers about, i dont really think incompetence is exclusive to any race/gender/religion.

Maybe its just a london thing , but you can really notice my generalisations when you drive through areas that are predominantly occupied by different races . Ie southall , golders green , south gate / green lanes , Stamford hill , Brixton , hounslow etc .

Its a bit like going to other country's and noticing the change in driving styles , attitudes . I am not trying to generalise in a racist way or pick holes in people , its the fact it is really noticeable as people's road manners / driving styles change ,according to areas . . Its really noticeable with parking etiquette ,people giving way , and road rage ..

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Yeah, it's a Crank Brothers Egg Beater 3 pedal.

 

One of a pair I just got from ebay.

 

They're very clever, you can clip in on 4 sides (unlike the 1 side you usually get with road pedals and the 2 sides you usually get with MTB ones).

They have full cartridge/needle bearings so they are lovely and slick

Plus the open design means that they almost never get clogged up with mud.

 

I got them for my new bike (that I haven't got yet - test ride on Friday).

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yeah but it wasnt involving edgar wright, and it shows. paul is a completely different style of film, the cornetto trilogy seems to be all about smashing together genres and themes in a very british way (SOTD: rom com with zombies, hot fuzz: action cop films meet the wicker man in a quaint village). paul just doesnt have the same type of humor as SOTD, hot fuzz, spaced or anything else pegg, wright and frost have done together. not that its a bad film.

 

Well The World's End is like a cross between typical teen based drinking and partying (with 36-37 year olds) mashed up with an Invasion of the Body Snatchers like thing, it is just as good as the other two easily.

 

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Yeah, it's a Crank Brothers Egg Beater 3 pedal.

 

One of a pair I just got from ebay.

 

They're very clever, you can clip in on 4 sides (unlike the 1 side you usually get with road pedals and the 2 sides you usually get with MTB ones).

They have full cartridge/needle bearings so they are lovely and slick

Plus the open design means that they almost never get clogged up with mud.

 

I got them for my new bike (that I haven't got yet - test ride on Friday).

 

 

That's not a bike pedal.

 

 

This is a bike pedal:

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EDIT: Incidentally, if you're ever curious what your shin bone looks like, all you need to do is *fruitcage* up a trick on a BMX with a pair of Hutch Bear trap pedals.

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