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1  General / The Forum / Re: Any visual peeps / VJs still on Hijack? on: February 26, 2015, 12:04:14
I do stop by occasionally to see if there's anything interesting going on  Two Thumbs

I still do bits of vjing, now working as part of www.limbiccinema.com
give us a shout if we can be of help cycology
2  General / The Forum / Re: Fracking on: September 17, 2014, 00:34:15
The risk of contaminating water supplies just makes the whole concept of fracking seem absolutely fucking mental to me.

With the amount of energy produced by the Gulf Stream the UK should be investing in clean technology.


That's the point really. We don't need fracking - we're being force-fed it on the back of a huge propaganda campaign because the Tories love Big Energy and are ideologically-aligned with corporate entities like Cuadrilla who are happy to rape the planet for short-term financial gain.

I wrote a piece about the state of fracking in the US - certainly over there the companies involved actively withhold as much information as possible about the chemicals they use, so that scientists monitoring changes in the water table cannot say with certainty where the chemicals are coming from. Horrific animal deformities are commonplace. I have no reason to think it will be any different in the UK - the government may have the power to demand full disclosure, but it won't, because it doesn't want to know. It'll do what it always does and lie and dissemble its way through the various resultant eco/PR disasters until people get bored of protesting and grudgingly integrate fracking into the growing collective framework of "Depressing Things We Have To Tolerate As Long As Money Is King".

More generally, let's remember that the people who run Big Energy are not in it as magnanimous, conscientious humanitarians who spent their formative years desperately concerned about the prevention of blackouts and resolved to go into the energy business lest the species die out through not being able to keep the lights on; if the oil/gas money suddenly dried up they'd all be investment bankers.


If you believe in global warming/climate change, and understand that 95% of the world's scientists agree that going above 2degreesC warming will be really very catastrophic, then fracking is at best useless, and at worst contributing to a major fucking disaster. And that's without taking into consideration the earthquakes and water contamination.

Total existing oil, gas & coal reserves, that have already been accessed or extracted, (that's the carbon fuels we already have access to for burning, without looking for any more by fracking or other exploratory drilling) already far exceed the amount that we are able to burn before taking us over that 2degreesC temperature rise limit.

[In order to remain with 2degreesC global warming...]"The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's carbon-budget model, widely considered the most reliable, puts the budget for 2012-2100 at between 886 and 1119 gigatons of CO2. Total known fossil fuel reserves in the world, if burned, would add 2860 gigatons of CO2 to the atmosphere. Thus, simple math indicates that almost two-thirds of all known fossil fuel reserves must remain unburned if global temperatures are to remain habitable"

Therefore all new fossil fuel exploration and extraction projects are entirely pointless.
3  General / The Forum / Re: Unlicensed venue hire on: July 28, 2014, 19:38:22
Sure there would be a market for a party barn somewhere, someone could definitely make a killing. Ohh to be able to smoke inside again...
Private invertation only and suff to avoid licence issues obviously.

I heard a couple of years ago that there was one of these barns not far south of bristol, but that it was always booked up years in advance, and not advertised publicly so you had to know someone who knew someone etc...
4  General / The Forum / Re: Passport wankers on: June 12, 2014, 10:42:43
Geezus, can't believe the bbc and MPs are wasting so much time on this?! There's some bigger things going on surely
5  General / The Forum / Re: WANTED: small generator on: April 25, 2014, 12:30:46
That's where i get all my cordless drills from. Where else would you find them?

In squats.

6  General / The Forum / Re: WANTED: small generator on: April 25, 2014, 11:25:14
That's where i get all my cordless drills from. Where else would you find them?
7  General / The Forum / derren brown tickets for sale tonight on: April 21, 2014, 10:46:46
Got some derren brown tickets for tonight @ the hippodrome for sale, they were £40 but i've got myself in a bit of a bind so am open to offers. PM me
8  General / The Forum / Re: New Mix: Big People Music vol. 2 - JA Special. Ska, Rocksteady & Reggae on: March 17, 2014, 16:38:40
Awesome, your first big people mix has become a real favourite of mine, and goes down bloody well whenever i inflict it on other people!
Look forward to giving this a listen
9  General / The Forum / Re: The Official Mountain Biking Thread! on: December 27, 2013, 13:16:51
Who's coming on Saturday then?

wish i could, gotta set up the black swan  Cry/ Cheesy
10  General / The Forum / Re: Bristol kittens? on: December 12, 2013, 11:31:02
those links brought me dangerously close to getting a kitten
11  General / The Forum / Re: The Official Mountain Biking Thread! on: December 02, 2013, 11:37:39
I finally have my Xmas/NYE game plan together, and will be hitting BPW on the 28th (no uplift, just trail shiz). If any of you ladies or gents want to join us you would be most welcome.

Yes mate, will be there. You spoken to greasy about it?

At the moment he's due back in Briz the day after, but I've sent him a message to see if he can be persuaded back West in time to join us.

I'll try and persuade him too.  Two Thumbs

I think you can do single uplifts there too that you arrange on the day, I don't fancy riding up that hill more than once and would be a shame to go there and only do one run.

It's 4 pound an uplift on the day, but you have to go to the back of the queue behind everyone who's pre-booked, so even if you're first in the queue when the van arrives, if 20 turn up that all pre-booked then they get priority over you :/
the fire road is the only way to get multiple runs in without uplifts really, that or being an athlete
12  General / The Forum / Re: The Official Mountain Biking Thread! on: November 28, 2013, 18:18:57
Bike Park Wales is AMAZING!

Well up for a hijack ride, not sure if i can make the 22nd.
Ideally would wanna do BPW with uplifts though, its the only one out of bpw, cwm carn and FOD that i think uplifts are worth it
13  General / The Forum / Re: After Effects, animation collaboation for nice VJ opportunity. on: November 08, 2013, 10:43:25
Hey Henry, long time no see. Glad to hear you're still in the ol' video game and doing well.

I'd love to put myself and/or others in www.limbiccinema.com forward, but it looks like for 3d animation stuff able's mate might be better!

I'll drop you an email anyways...
14  General / The Forum / Re: You're Tehran me apart on: November 06, 2013, 17:25:38
just read an article t'other day about how they're really keen to get tourism going and are making it much easier to get visas
15  General / The Forum / Re: Breaking Bad on: October 21, 2013, 22:35:47
either the search function is even worse than i thought, or the most up to date breaking bad thread is 2 years old. Either way, bad signs for hijack regeneration.

Go play Clicking Bad instead, it will waste even more of your time:
16  General / The Forum / Re: Brisfest on: October 06, 2013, 13:53:16
bring it back to the harbourside, that was a winning formula! Sept is far too late in the year to be holding things like this in a field, surely?!

It's interesting how many people have said go back to the harbourside, it was a really big deal/achievement/aim for us to move up to ashton court, so it's quite a surprise to hear people say that. It went well in the harbourside, but it's just not that nice a space. The sunny busy saturday up at ashton court last year was awesome though no? We'd never have that again if we went back to the harbourside.

We've had more reliably good/dry weather on that weekend in september over the last 5 years than most summer time festivals do. sunday 2012 notwithstanding of course! That was bad.   

I think rather than booking half-assed outside acts, they should have re-united the Wildbunch - or had a Bristol legends mash-up. Roni Size/Portishead/etc etc all on one stage. There was nothing defining 'Bristol' about it - it could have been a field anywhere in the country

We have done everything we possibly can to try and convince portishead and massive attack to play, and to no avail. We had roni size last year though. re-uniting acts and things is easier said than done!

I know of, some Quality local acts, who would have happily played for free. But submitted to play and never heard anything back. So I don't really agree with that statement.
On the subject of people getting fleeced the family area wins hands down. £5 for a fucking face painting? And that's before your children bawl their eyes out upon seeing the overpriced rides.

I really hate the thought of acts offering to play and not getting a response, let alone a set. But it's the unfortunate result of putting out an open call for submissions and not having enough man power to go through the results properly. I've tried personally going through the huge spreadsheet of submitted acts we have when I was programming a fundraiser and it's a nightmare. 1000s of artists/musicians/djs all trying to sell themselves in a spreadsheet, and most of them doing it really badly (by which i mean that if you're looking for acts of a certain genre, most that describe themselves as that genre are not really it at all). It makes sifting through for the good acts near impossible. Every single one of the acts I found that I wanted to book for my fundraiser were unavailable that date, or no longer willing to play for free due to success since submitting their offer to play for us, or for some other reason couldn't play.
And I know this happens to all of our festival stage programmers too, even tho we've put guidelines in place for our programmers to try and combat the 'promoters and their mates' syndrome, it's still inevitable that it would be impossible for them to go through that entire spreadsheet of acts and for every act that's offered to play to get a response. We just don't have the man power.
But yeah, it really bums me out that people offer to perform and don't hear back or get booked, we're gonna try and improve that system asap so that we can book more of the quality acts that offer, and not alienate them by not replying!

You can't really blame us for expensive face painting, that's like blaming boomtown or glastonbury for an expensive food stall :/
17  General / The Forum / Re: Brisfest on: October 04, 2013, 19:00:25
Yeah I do quite like tko's suggestion, will definitely bring it up at the next meeting.

And I agree our lineup wasn't too current or trendy, but I don't know what could be done to improve it without spending a lot more money, which would translate to much higher ticket prices. Either that or relying purely on who we can get to play for free and make the whole thing even cheaper. But I'm just not convinced there's that many people in bristol willing to leave their sofas for acts they haven't heard of.
Well that's not true really, but there is a limited amount of choice. After year 3 it was a struggle to find quality acts that were up for playing for free or very cheap who we hadn't had play already. We exist to represent music from the south west, but that's a limited pool at the end of the day.

I'm not involved in the booking really, not that it would be any better if I was, I've got very unpopular taste in music!

In regards to the above, of course £40 over a weekend is comparable to a one day event costing £20,

You're comparing our 'on the door' price to LSTD etc's super early bird price. They were £40 on the door just for 1 day. We were £30 for the early birds. jus sayin...
18  General / The Forum / Re: Brisfest on: October 04, 2013, 12:01:06
Yeah it's really good to hear this feedback from people. We need as many points of view as we can get! (although this does feed into the too many cooks thing...)

Getting the size/price/breadth of appeal right is the crucial concoction I think and we do need to make some changes somewhere.
 I still struggle to understand why people complain about the ticket price being too high though when things like tokyo dub and love saves the day are almost as expensive for a 1 day event as we are for 2 days? That's our reasoning in only doing weekend tickets, it's almost as cheap as comparable festivals' day tickets.

Yet those festivals have a much narrower music policy, they are basically the in:motion lineup compressed into 1 day/1 weekend.
Brisfest gets criticised for spreading itself too thin, and equally not appealing enough to any one a string of specific demographics. we can't do both!

We don't want to pigeon hole ourselves by being a festival for any one section of the city's people, we want it to be for everyone, but as has been pointed out, you can't really afford a banging lineup featuring (even moderately) big names in every genre for the measly budget that £35 a ticket affords us.
19  General / The Forum / bill bailey tickets for sale for tonight on: September 27, 2013, 09:42:18
got 2, maybe 3 tickets spare for tonight's bill bailey show at the hippodrome, £30 face value, let me know at alex [at] limbiccinema [dot] com as i won't have time to check here today
20  General / The Forum / Re: Brisfest on: September 19, 2013, 13:49:33
So let me tell you where I am. I saw Primal Scream recently and they suck. hard. I'm out.
I think there is other stuff on.


haha, yes, there is certainly a lot of other (and in my eyes better) stuff on than primal scream.
New soundclash area's gonna be sick, weapon of choice has some lovely new projection mapped artwork, the new nokia bright pink ski lodge is quite something to behold, and there's zillions of bands, djs & whatevers playing, most of which are nothing like primal scream!
21  General / The Forum / Re: LOWER THE TONE: The McMash Clan, Kanji Kinetic & Lots More 18/10/13 on: September 08, 2013, 14:38:29
I found them pretty meh, but then I don't really like house.

 Huh  I've never heard them play a single house tune. Although haven't seen them in the last few years since the house revival.
They are some of my favourite djs though, or used to be.

Don't know why they or Kanji are on a 'breaks/electro/psybreaks' lineup though, those are the last genres i think of if anyone mentions either of those artists
22  General / The Forum / Re: Hijack Celebrity Pedo Poll 2013 on: August 30, 2013, 12:23:55
Rolf charged

How many paedos with honours now? its mental!
23  General / The Forum / Re: TONIGHT - DANNY BROWN @ The Fleece on: June 13, 2013, 18:24:19
nice one, cheers, will pop down if im free in time!
24  General / The Forum / Re: TONIGHT - DANNY BROWN @ The Fleece on: June 13, 2013, 11:49:21
what time will danny be on? won't be able to get there til lateish
25  General / The Forum / Re: Bilderberg 2013 - Anyone going? on: June 08, 2013, 00:00:22
Haha! that's awesome, wish i'd heard about it sooner!
26  General / The Forum / Re: Hack Attack on: May 29, 2013, 12:09:57
fair play to them

you do know they ran him over first.

Which, incidentally, seems to be there preferred modus operandi http://www.hijackbristol.co.uk/board/the-forum/so-a-somalian-guy/

just saying is all.

What difference does it make if they ran him over before hacking him up?
I wrote a proper reply to this but kept getting denied when i tried to post it, can't be bothered to write it again. I'll just say that obviously I wasn't saying a general 'fair play to them', its comparative to people that blow themselves up, killing/injuring lots more people, and not articulating any of their message or why they did it. These guys made a bigger point with less bloodshed (regardless of the ridiculous tinfoil debate about how much blood there actually was or should have been)
27  General / The Forum / Re: Hack Attack on: May 28, 2013, 17:55:39
The only reason we have killed this man today is because Muslims are dying daily by British soldiers, and this British soldier is one, is a eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth. By Allah, we swear by the Almighty Allah we will never stop fighting you until you leave us alone. So what if we want to live by the Sharia in Muslim lands. Why does that mean you must follow us and chase us and call us extremists and kill us? Rather you lot are extreme. You are the ones. When you drop a bomb, do you think it hits one person or rather your bomb wipes out a whole family. This is the reality. By Allah, if I saw your mother today with a buggy I would help her up the stairs. This is my nature. But we are forced by the Qur'an in Sura at-Tawba [Chapter 9 of the Qur'an], through many, many ayah [verses] throughout the Qur'an that [say] we must fight them as they fight us, an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth. I apologise that women had to witness this today, but in our land our women have to see the same. You people will never be safe. Remove your governments. They don't care about you. Do you think David Cameron is gonna get caught in the street when we start busting our guns? Do you think the politicians are going to die? No it's going to be the average guy, like you, and your children. So get rid of them. Tell them to bring our troops back so we can..., so you can all live in peace. Leave our lands and you will live in peace. That's all I have to say. Allah's peace and blessings be upon Muhammad, as-salamu alaykum."


It sucks that a pretty much innocent man had to die for no real direct reason. But, fair play to them, what they did is a lot less cowardly than a suicide bomber, who kind of gets out of the shitstorm following their attack by being dead. These guys had a message and a statement to make, and I can't really disagree with any of it. Except the killing, but we kind of started that really (i don't know the history that well so im sure someone else started it if you go back far enough). The world police are getting way out of control, there seems to be no reason for western powers to reign in their drone attacks and targeted killings, which inevitably are not that targeted and create a lot of collateral damage, mostly in muslim communities.
I bet 90% of the thugs spouting anti-muslim crap at the moment would be wanting to do something similar to what these guys did if it was their cultural heritage being constantly bombed and the extended families of everyone in their community being blown up all the time.

On the other side of the coin, I think you've gotta have a bit of a screw loose to go and hack up some guy because he's a member of an organisation that does something bad. I don't agree with an eye for an eye, or sharia law, or a religion that could teach anything as intolerant as any of those things, but I can still see where they're coming from...

I also can't believe greezebag was considering any of those inconsistencies to merit real attention. Like really dude? I was with you on some of the stuff you posted in the boston thread, and by no means do i swallow 'the official story' on any occasion without questioning it thoroughly, but this time you really took the tinfoil bait and sound utterly ridiculous.
28  General / The Forum / Re: Beat up and mugged. on: May 22, 2013, 12:26:51
The important and significant aspect of this isn't what actually happened... it's the fact that you were so drunk you have no idea what happened and you were in a situation where you might have got hurt a lot worse or even lost your life and you haven't a clue how you got there and don't really seem to care beyond how you might screw a few quid out the criminal compensation fund and blame everybody else for your broken jaw..seems to me you ought to be thinking a lot differently about how you drink and what effect is has on you..

really adding to hijack here with my incite, but all i've got to say is a big  Script Script Script
29  General / The Forum / Re: RAVE ON AVON.STOKES CROFT FEST.SAT 18th MAY.DR MEAKER/DUB MAFIA/ONLY JOE/DOM&ROL on: May 15, 2013, 09:18:36
Well excited for this, missed the last 2 and now im finally in town for one of these badboys  Tomato Slayer!
30  General / The Forum / Re: Minirig portable speakers on: May 03, 2013, 12:42:32
Any word on when the black/colour/push ones will be back in stock?

the website says that the silver ones are sold out but the fancy ones are back in stock, however, on chemical and amazon (would much rather buy from chemical) the opposite is true and they only have the silver ones. Any idea when I'd be able to get a fancy pants one?
31  General / The Forum / Knife tickets for sale on: May 02, 2013, 23:32:11
I've got 2 tickets for sale to see the knife in berlin next saturday, thought i'd ask here just incase anyone fancies a trip to berlin?
32  General / The Forum / Re: No Need To Shout Presents.. HEEMS (Das Racist) // Free Entry // TONIGHT on: March 17, 2013, 21:56:36
33  General / The Forum / Re: No Need To Shout Presents.. HEEMS (Das Racist) // Free Entry // TONIGHT on: March 17, 2013, 16:39:06
I thought this was on the 24th?!  Angry  Huh
Was gonna be a lovely little birthday treat for me
34  General / The Forum / Re: PLEASURE PRINCIPLE weekender, Cornwall 26-28 April 2013 on: February 26, 2013, 03:11:50
Same weekend as this  http://arcfestival.co.uk/
35  General / The Forum / Re: Hijack Celebrity Pedo Poll 2013 on: February 14, 2013, 16:11:47
<a href="http://player.soundcloud.com/player.swf?url=http%3A%2F%2Fapi.soundcloud.com/tracks/67107556" target="_blank">http://player.soundcloud.com/player.swf?url=http%3A%2F%2Fapi.soundcloud.com/tracks/67107556</a>

Ken Livingstone talks about how the Kincora boys school was used to entrap and blackmail paedo politicians.  Shocked

Jesus, where was that taken from?

sounds like thats 1-0 to the tinfoil hat club on this one
36  General / The Forum / Re: Getting a set at Bristol Carnival? on: February 07, 2013, 12:57:43
sometimes you don't know your question is stupid until people tell you though

But is it  more stupid not to ask a question in fear of it being seen as a stupid question than to ask a stupid question and for it to be seen as much as anyone really has been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?

 Script    Undecided    Huh    Smashed
37  General / The Forum / Re: Getting a set at Bristol Carnival? on: February 06, 2013, 17:01:37
I fancy playing at the Miami WMC can anyone hook me up with a set? I play Bavarian folk and grindcore.

Could you provide a link to a 13 minute mix that showcases your skills as a selector?

Could you bring a 100 people or less with you?


The thing is, if you have any notion of a community music scene, you must know it's a bit an unrealistic ask?
The people with sets to offer are deluged by people asking for them. People they know well, and who's djing skills they are confident in. It's kind of obvious surely that the sets will all be taken by those people rather than people from out of town asking on a forum. I know it sounds a bit like 'local sets for local people', and I guess it is, but not in a xenophobic or conspiratorial way, just in the way that people hook up their mates before they hook up strangers. And everyone wants to play at carnival
38  General / The Forum / Re: BROCK OUT 5th B'day: Kurupt FM - MC Sniper & DJ Beats + more // 26/4 @ Exchange on: February 05, 2013, 13:11:46
Bristol line up of the year!  Tomato Slayer!
39  General / The Forum / Re: Hater on: January 31, 2013, 14:10:05
It's like all the negativity of hijack, with the stupid turned up to 11 and none of the grammar/spelling pedantry. Someone needs to take him down a peg or seven.
40  General / The Forum / Re: Reptile Vet in Bristol on: January 23, 2013, 13:57:29
Cheers guys. Got him booked in at Highcroft on Wells Rd.

He is awesome! I want one!
41  General / The Forum / Re: Adhesive Live: Modern Digital vs Traditional Classical, Colston Hall, 01.02.2013 on: January 22, 2013, 16:59:09
Reduced tickets to a show people have already bought full priced tickets to isn't an insult at all...

email christine.swain@colstonhall.org to air your grievances on the matter

If you buy a shirt from a shop, and then see it reduced the next week, you don't go back and give them hell for reducing it after you bought it... I do sympathise with your frustration, but it's just bad luck, not a reason to have a go at colston hall for putting on a sale.

In other news, this show is gonna be amazing  Tomato Slayer! Tomato Slayer! and this is also a very good look:
We will also be collating the live recordings and selling them digitally (a lot of the acts will be performing brand new material as well as their 'classics') and all the funds raised from this endeavour will be donated to the Wallace and Gromit Grand Appeal.
42  General / The Forum / Re: Plenty Of Fish. on: January 21, 2013, 14:49:37

Sometimes things need to break down in order to realise what you had.

Sometimes, yeah, but usually things breakdown because they aren't working, and aren't going to work.

In my experience, mental girls are good at hiding the mental when they want you back, but it soon comes out again once you are back. Give it another go if you want, but don't get sucked in. As soon as you see that old behaviour come back, get out of there, don't be thinking that it's just a temporary glitch or whatever.
43  General / The Forum / Re: Limbic Cinema Showreel - Projection Mapping / Visuals / Installations on: January 15, 2013, 13:18:09
Self-important bump.

For those that may not have been hijacking over xmas  Wink
44  General / The Forum / Re: Bad Guys, Ladyscraper (Wrong Music), Jelas, Dagger Brothers, Gun Cleaner on: January 15, 2013, 12:30:32
YES! Ladyscraper!  Tomato Slayer! Tomato Slayer!

Its been too long, this should be lots of fun  Cheesy
45  General / The Forum / Re: So, the end of the world is coming... on: December 20, 2012, 15:30:04
So much  Smashed in this report

46  General / The Forum / Re: THE DOOMSDAY MACHINE! w/ Cheeba and Lumen and much more... 21/12/12 on: December 20, 2012, 11:17:48
Me & Lumen's set's coming along nicely. We're cramming a whole nuclear war into just an hour for your viewing, listening and most of all dancing pleasure!
47  General / The Forum / Re: Vorsch sprung durch technik on: December 20, 2012, 00:21:33

Loads of awesome ideas on there!

Not too sure about the cactus soother tho  Smashed
48  General / The Forum / Re: Guns don't kill people - Americans do. on: December 18, 2012, 11:20:48
Without a doubt. But sadly guns already exist, in their droves. Most of the main shareholders of the companies that make said guns are congressmen or part of the loby process.

Even if greater control of guns comes about as a result of this, there will be another school shooting. Instead of getting their gun from Wal-Mart, they will get it via the black market. Further control will also inflate said black market en masse.

It is too little, too late.

But it's about reducing access as much as possible. If they bring in tighter controls now, then that will slightly limit gun access now. In 10 years, there will be 10 years less worth of guns-sold-frivolously, maybe even scores more that have been handed in in amnesty. By then the gun-nuts will also have adjusted somewhat to the slightly tighter controls, and perhaps even stricter controls could then be brought in.
America has to be weaned off it's gun obsession, and it's never too late to start, cuz it's gonna take a long time.

To say 'it is too little too late', while true, is to play into the hands of the NRA.  Would you say 'theres no point in arresting peadophiles who were raping kids in the 70s, its too little too late'

shutting the door after the horse has bolted is still useful if there's other horses who might leg it
49  General / The Forum / Re: The Milk Thistle - Cocktail Bar on: December 13, 2012, 13:52:30

They have a guestbook!!!!!  Shocked  I've not seen one of those on a site since Geocities was the done thing.

Always wanted to go there, haven't managed it yet. The colour inn is also a good shout if you don't want to go quite all the way up whiteladies. They do what i'd consider 'proper' cocktails like the milk thistle, except their's taste nice!
I know what you mean about sex on the beach skewing everyones view of what a cocktail should be, but that's not what I meant. I've enjoyed countless pretentious drinks, in the uk and abroad, but every single one i tried (most of the menu between sips of all my mates drinks) in the milk thistle was so far from up my street i would have rather been drinking in 'spoons. I think that was down to my particular tastes to an extent, but no one seemed that bowled over by their drink, which you should be when you're paying that much
50  General / The Forum / Re: The Milk Thistle - Cocktail Bar on: December 13, 2012, 10:15:37
I had the worst cocktail i've ever had there. It tasted a bit like a pine car air freshner, and cost about £100,000

None of their cocktails on the menu were really very nice, but they can make a 'normal' one fine. Rummer shits all over it imo tho
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