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101  General / The Forum / Re: Favourite movie villains on: January 12, 2012, 12:18:53
Gary Oldman's character in Leon



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102  General / The Forum / Favourite movie villains on: January 12, 2012, 11:32:45
Post your most dastardly, twisted, depraved, evil bad guys (or girls) from TV or film.  try and avoid aliens and robots, lets see the depths of human nature.  BRRRAAAAP

Clarence Boddiker in Robocop



brilliant played by Kurtwood Smith, Boddiker is about as sick as they come fuelled by greed and drugs and a genuine enjoyment for causing pain and suffering to people, especially cops. that scene in the warehouse is just too much.  extra evil points for sacrificing members of his own gang to aid his getaway 'can you fly Bobby?'


The Sheriff of Notingham in Robin Hood Prince of Thieves.



another great villain played by Alan Rickman (could have chosen Hans Gruber in Die Hard) who brought some great touches of wit and humour to add to the corrupt, power crazed arrogance of the Sheriff.

'pain or death?'
'death!'
'torture him'

...and in a particularly brilliant fit of rage (of which there are several) requests 'Cancel the kitchen scraps for lepers and orphans, no more merciful beheadings, and call off Christmas!"


Jafar in Aladdin



yeh yeh i know it's for kids but just look at his face!
103  General / The Forum / Re: Getting the answer very wrong on: January 12, 2012, 10:14:04
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104  General / The Forum / Re: Brisfest goes to Ashton Court on: January 12, 2012, 09:41:26
amazing news  Tomato Slayer!
105  General / The Forum / Re: Recipe Thread on: January 10, 2012, 15:40:00
for the masterbakers......

Chocolate cherry tarts.  Love

For the sweet crust pastry:

250g plain flour
150g cold unsalted butter, cubed
40g icing sugar
pinch salt
2 egg yolks

- put the flour and icing sugar in a large bowl and rub in the  butter with your fingertips until the mixture resembles breadcrumbs.  
- make a well in the middle and pour in the beaten egg yolks and a little cold water.  bring the mixture together into a ball.
- knead a couple of times to make a smooth dough but don't overwork as you don't want to develop the gluten in the flour.
- wrap in clingfilm and chill in the fridge for 20 minutes. then roll out on a sheet of clingfilm to the thickness of a pound coin. lift using the clingfilm and drape into floured individual tart tins, or one large one. press into the edges and peel off the clingfilm, put back in the fridge for 30 minutes.
- fill with greaseproof and baking beans and blind bake for 15-20mins at 180.  take out the baking beans and return to the oven for another 5, until the base is nearly cooked.

then add the filling...........

300ml double cream
250g chocolate - i used a combination of white and 75% cocoa dark, broken into pieces
2 eggs seperated
i vanilla pod, split.
splash of kirsch (if you can find!) i used spiced rum.

- heat the cream gently in a pan with the vanilla, as soon as it starts to boil remove the vanilla and pour over the chocolate and stir until melted.
- let cool a bit then add the egg yolks and booze.
- in a sperate bowl beat the egg whites until soft peaks, gently fold into the chocolate mixture.
- pour into the pastry cases and bake at 180 for 10-15 minutes. the middle should be slightly springy.

cherry or raspberry coulis........

- handful soft fruit
- some sugar (just guess how much to balance the sweetness)
- splash of booze (vodka/kirsch/framboise etc)

heat until the sugar has dissolved, blend and seive, chill.

remove the tarts form the fridge 30mins before serving - arrange some fruits on the top and drizzle over the coulis.


 Tomato Slayer!
106  General / The Forum / Re: Therapy Bristol 2012 ;) on: January 05, 2012, 23:08:21
Tech Itch b2b Dom and Roland old school set  Smiley
107  General / The Forum / Re: Amputee Football on: December 31, 2011, 03:49:44
i really hop this catches on
108  General / The Forum / Re: Shotgun jokes: Gettin that Xmas feeling... on: December 14, 2011, 00:33:29




The Greek crisis has halted production of hummus and taramasalata. It's going to be a double dip recession.

 Laugh
109  General / The Forum / Re: !!! AGRO !!! SAT 21st JAN !!! THE BLACK SWAN !!! +++ KING CANNIBAL on: December 08, 2011, 21:03:43
yeh yeh i suppose i might go to this
110  General / The Forum / Re: The Blast - Major Lazer/ Toddla T/ Mele +more!!! on: December 08, 2011, 20:11:20
bout time  Cheesy
111  General / The Forum / Re: Recipe Thread on: November 15, 2011, 10:24:23
Does anyone have a good recipe for curried goat?

If I can find goat meat in Exeter I really want to try this.

I got chatting to a massive Jamaican women when I was buying goat a while back. She told me.....

'You gotta cuk it on slo fiya! Tree our'
112  General / The Forum / Re: Minirig portable speakers on: November 01, 2011, 16:52:18
Xmini = £12    MiniRig = £85

Highly tempted but hav'nt seen one in action, can some1 please confirm they are that much better? Can you only purchase via mail order, what if 1 would like to purchase with hard cash?


i can confirm  Two Thumbs

113  General / The Forum / Re: FREE IKEA BOOKCASE! (one of them 4 x 4 ones) on: October 25, 2011, 15:22:24
Yes - can easily store vinyl.

Really could do with shifting it today/tomorrow tho :/

i'll see what i can do  Smiley
114  General / The Forum / Re: FREE IKEA BOOKCASE! (one of them 4 x 4 ones) on: October 25, 2011, 15:16:56
are they record size?

moving house next week and could probably use it

 Smiley
115  General / The Forum / Re: FWD+Rinse coming to Bristol on: October 22, 2011, 18:32:51
on it  Tomato Slayer!
116  General / The Forum / Re: Hot Wuk Bristol - The Heatwave, Sticky, Stush, Dub Boy & So Bones on: October 19, 2011, 17:34:52
wicked!  Tomato Slayer!
117  General / The Forum / Re: Recipe Thread on: October 18, 2011, 22:24:48
been making chai a lot lately

don't really do measurements unless i'm doing desserts so just use some guess work

cinnamon sticks
fennel seeds
cloves
star anise
cardoman pods - split
small piece of ginger

boil for 10 minutes then leave to steep for another 5

add a spoonful loose black tea or a teabag and return to the heat, simmer for another 5 then steep for a minute or 2

strain, add milk and some sugar or honey, return to the heat and serve.

 Cheesy

118  General / The Forum / Re: Recipe Thread on: October 16, 2011, 15:06:01
I've got shin of beef from the butcher and some kidneys and i'm doing a fuck off pie for dinner...using black pudding in the mix as a secret additive..there will be short pastry on the bottom and flaky on top..

 Love

today i'm doing:

butternut squash and red pepper soup with homemade seeded bread

pork loin stuffed with black pudding and wrapped in sage leaves and streaky bacon

nutty meringue nests with whipped cream and raspberries

 Tomato Slayer!


           
119  General / The Forum / Re: scary / creepy tv or film characters for a fancy dress party on: October 04, 2011, 18:33:53
how about the grand high witch



or failing that the new 'girl' on dragons den



120  General / The Forum / Re: scary / creepy tv or film characters for a fancy dress party on: October 04, 2011, 18:17:07


easy  Two Thumbs
121  General / The Forum / Re: The Chilli Sauce Appreciation Thread on: September 26, 2011, 08:35:56
122  General / The Forum / Re: Morph feat. !! SLAM !! [Drumcode / Soma] @ TIMBUK2 !!! TONIGHT !!! on: September 23, 2011, 18:00:43
Just to confirm, I don't need a Brisfest ticket to get in tonight?  If I do, then I (and the rest of the group are fucked)
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pretty sure you won't need one  Two Thumbs
123  General / The Forum / Re: Morph feat. !! SLAM !! [Drumcode / Soma] @ TIMBUK2 !!! TONIGHT !!! on: September 23, 2011, 12:37:23
looking forward  Tomato Slayer!

anyone else using serato in room 2?

124  General / The Forum / Re: DJing and music production software for 11-16 yr olds on: September 23, 2011, 12:35:32
thanks for all the suggestions.  Two Thumbs
 
i think something that can auto beatmatch is definately a good starting point so Traktor could be an option.

like the idea of Garageband aswell - Macs might be an issue as we currently have shitall in the way of funds (hence why they want me to do it instead of paying an 'expert').

125  General / The Forum / DJing and music production software for 11-16 yr olds on: September 23, 2011, 10:47:28
The Baggator Young Peoples project is looking for me to start running some little DJ classes for the teenagers that attend.  As a trial i took my decks down but for their age and experience it was too much information and too low a success rate for them to fully enjoy it.  However, they did have a good sense of how to put a set together and how tracks should follow each other.

I was hoping some of you might have some software recomendations or experience of getting kids involved in DJing and production that you wouldn't mind sharing.

Thanking you in advance  Two Thumbs
126  General / The Exchange / Re: Crud Catcher Raceguard (Rear) -£10 on: September 20, 2011, 15:56:08
sorry mate, forgot about this.

reckon i'm gonna get a panier rack and bag (bored of sweaty back now) so i won't need this.  Two Thumbs
 
127  General / The Forum / Re: The first single / record you ever bought...? on: September 11, 2011, 22:14:26


on double cassette  Slayer

EDIT:not a single/record tho
128  General / The Forum / Re: Bristol Comes Together - Unity 6 - The MegaRave on: September 09, 2011, 15:41:32
I've been to the last few Unitys and they're always awsome, but its only just clicked - Did this night used to be called USB - United Sounds of Bristol? I have a hazy recolection of a night at Lakota called this around 5 or 6 years ago, great to see its still alive and kicking as is one of the most diverse and enjoyable raves in Bristol. Happy to be involved this time  Slayer

nah USB was a collaberation with Dissident, PRANK, DMT and other free party sounds a few years back.  Two Thumbs
129  General / The Forum / Re: anyone wanna play 5 a side footy tonight? on: September 08, 2011, 16:00:43
very short notice but 2 slots for tonights game available, 7.30 at st pauls on the astro.  hit me up 07500 119 132

same for tonight if anyones about  Two Thumbs
130  General / The Forum / Re: !!! THERAPY SESSIONS BRISTOL !!! @ BLACK SWAN //// NOV 19th on: September 07, 2011, 16:53:20
oh herrrro  Cheesy
131  General / The Forum / Re: Morph feat. !! SLAM !! [Drumcode / Soma] 23rd September // @ TIMBUK2 on: September 06, 2011, 15:32:01
Wicked.  Haven't seen Slam live.  At least, not that I can remember anyway...


There any links to any new mixes by these guys. I've not heard them before  Embarrassed

Cheeeeers!

Loads here Smiley  http://www.mixcloud.com/tag/slam/

Cheeeeeeeeeeeeeers!  Two Thumbs

 Script

132  General / The Forum / Re: Bloc changes venue and date. on: September 06, 2011, 15:23:29


They should blatantly do a Bloc @ Maunsell Sea Forts in the Thames

Yup, I can see all the happy lil' K-heads bobbing about on lilos around those  Smiley

with Kevin Costner zipping around knocking cigarettes out of their mouths on a jet ski

133  General / The Exchange / Re: Crud Catcher Raceguard (Rear) -£10 on: September 06, 2011, 15:15:25
i might have that off you. i'll let you know a bit later  Two Thumbs
134  General / The Forum / Re: Akil The MC (Jurassic 5), Kulez, Split Prophets, iLLvibe..20/8/11 on: August 19, 2011, 09:48:37
Just heard that along with Psyda, Noisy Boy (Dissident) will be smashing out the beats in room 2. Set times to come shortly...

sure am, altho i was gonna play a bit of funky bashment, garage and other random bits as a prelude to some dnb inna dirty pint style....

http://soundcloud.com/noisy-boy


 Tomato Slayer!
135  General / The Forum / Re: HIJACK PARTY! All systems go! July 23rd @ T2 on: August 08, 2011, 11:16:03
That twas lots of fun! Big up Mr Podge for our b2b. Was a bit of a sweat box though  Smashed
Was it Mf Noisy Boy playing that crazy bashment stuff? Set of the night for me.   Slayer could you name me some tunes/artists to?

cheers mate, only just seen this.  Two Thumbs

i'll drop you a pm with some bits

136  General / The Forum / Re: Baggator Youth Project Fundraiser // This Sat @ The Plough, Easton on: August 05, 2011, 14:29:06
Is it fun? What are the other volunteers like?
Are you doing primary or secondary PGCE Nick? I may have some books if you are doign secondary - are you doing it with Bris or UWE? What subject?Oh so exciting!!!

i'm doing secondary DT (food and materials) at UWE.  any books be well appreciated  Two Thumbs
137  General / The Forum / Re: Baggator Youth Project Fundraiser // This Sat @ The Plough, Easton on: August 04, 2011, 13:07:51
Hi nick -cant make this night but well interested in the youth project - is there a need for further volunteers? I am looking at doing some voluntary work one day a week (weekends) or one evening a week - we can chat about it next time i see u if ya like Smiley

Hi Sarah, yeh they're always looking for volunteers, i currently do friday nights 7-10 but will be leaving when i start my pgce.  Just got back from a 10 day echange in Germany and they're planning a trip to Ireland for the under 13s soon.  Two Thumbs
138  General / The Forum / Baggator Youth Project Fundraiser // This Sat @ The Plough, Easton on: August 04, 2011, 12:39:27
Since christmas i've been volunteering at the Easton based Baggator Young Peoples Project.  As with thousands of similar organisations we're currently facing funding difficulties which are affecting the service we can deliver to young people in our area and are throwing a little bash at the Plough this Saturday to raise some funds to help us keep running and delivering our programme of activities and trips.

LIVE MUSIC from Omer Makessa and Kayali Roots (other live acts TBC)

plus DJs
PABLO (reggae)
NOISY BOY (Dissident)
THE GUZZLER (Funk, hip hop and more)


Saturday 6th August @ The Plough, Easton Rd
Entry : £3

http://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php?eid=138651692882727

http://www.baggator.org/

 Two Thumbs

139  General / The Forum / Re: HIJACK PARTY! All systems go! July 23rd @ T2 on: July 28, 2011, 19:37:14
apologies for being so late to reply, im in Germany with loads of kids (nopedo) at the moment.

had a wicked night, loads of fun some good tunes and proper sweaty vibes.  Slayer

as for the needles, i used steves but did see a numark one floating about as well.  hope they turn up.
140  General / The Forum / Re: HIJACK PARTY! All systems go! July 23rd @ T2 on: July 23, 2011, 15:40:05
We can pick that up from Arnolfini at about 7ish if you like? Will bring it straight to T2.
deal, you grab it and I will come set it up  Two Thumbs

good stuff, i'll be the grumpy looking one behind the bar  Grin
141  General / The Forum / Re: HIJACK PARTY! All systems go! July 23rd @ T2 on: July 22, 2011, 23:19:34
if it makes it easier i'd be happy to donate my serato box for the whole night, provided one of the organisers can take responsibility for it's well being  Two Thumbs

are you able to go set it up? if not I could grab it from you and go do it before open?

that'd be most helpful as i'll be working at the arnolfini from 5pm, also i don't seem to have a power supply for it anymore so can someone (you?) provide one?
142  General / The Forum / Re: HIJACK PARTY! All systems go! July 23rd @ T2 on: July 21, 2011, 22:26:48
if it makes it easier i'd be happy to donate my serato box for the whole night, provided one of the organisers can take responsibility for it's well being  Two Thumbs
143  General / The Forum / Re: I challenge you to make this penis not look like a penis (SFW) on: July 16, 2011, 10:30:33
HI EVANS!



 Laughing  Laughing  Laughing  Laughing  Laughing

amazing
144  General / The Forum / Re: anyone wanna play 5 a side footy tonight? on: July 14, 2011, 18:35:59
very short notice but 2 slots for tonights game available, 7.30 at st pauls on the astro.  hit me up 07500 119 132
145  General / The Forum / Re: Facebook statuses from the retards from school who are on your facebook on: July 12, 2011, 18:22:07
got a few gems from this girl from uni.  it's the lack of vowels that gets me more than the actual content

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Awkard moment when u think ur funny n mke a jke to sum random guys In the pub hu laugh, then hear them speak n realise they laughed cs ther foriegn n cnt undastand u!!!!

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you know its been a crazy nyt wen u end up in the toilets of a club n find out its a gay club wen a he/she walks in!!!!! strangeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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wat ppl do and ppl say 2 completly different things!!!!


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Sumtyms I'm nice, sumtyms I'm a bitch bt I'm always amazin!! If u dnt lyk it do one!!

 Grin


146  General / The Forum / Re: Baraka - perfect for the day after...! on: July 05, 2011, 14:20:51


i thought you meant this
147  Food for your Ears / Hijackers' Tunes and Mixes / Re: Computer Rule: Soundboy Killing In A Digital Style. Digital Dancehall Mix on: July 01, 2011, 19:56:53

 Nor is it some overplayed cliche clumsily welded onto some unrelated Dubstep records in the vain hope of adding a bit of Yard credibility


 Laugh

listening now  Two Thumbs
148  General / The Forum / Re: Beyonce at Glastonbury on: June 30, 2011, 22:14:01
Basically, when you're old and grey you will look back and realise you were lucky enough to witness one of the greatest soul stars of our generation - in the same realm as Aretha Franklyn, Millie Jacskon, Tina Turner, Mary J Blige et al.. but you were so busy up your own arses at the time - you missed out.


IMO Beyonces material is no where near good enough or timeless enough to put her in the same category as some of those artists.

Looks like she smacked it at glasto tho.  Proper entertainment and far more worthy of a headline slot than fucking Coldplay  Two Thumbs
149  General / The Forum / Re: A joke. on: June 28, 2011, 21:55:43
what do you call an anorexic with a yeast infection?


















 quarter pounder with cheese  Cheesy
150  General / The Forum / Re: Buttery Biscuit Base on: June 28, 2011, 21:22:13
 Laughing

amazing
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