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Charlie Endell

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About Charlie Endell

  • Birthday 09/06/1969

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  1. It was the old blue one - no runny dye - at £45 you expect top-notch quality control .
  2. It's shit - too warm to wear a jacket means no place to stick my keys, wallet, phone and headphones - sweat was dripping off me wearing a suit on the train home tonight. Even going for a run at 7am the temperature made it tougher - my SSC tshirt was soaked with sweat.
  3. The only one I can come up with is Marquee Moon - bought it on LP and thought it was guff - it was only years later when I bought it on CD that I finally appreciated it. Actually, while typing the above Quadrophenia came into my head - I loved the pre-Tommy Who and Quadrophenia was a crushing disappointment - it just sounded like horrible '70s rock music - however, I bought the CD version a number of years back (over 20 years after buying it on LP) and it was a revelation. On the other hand Trout Mask Replica was impenetrable on LP and CD - perhaps I should give it a go on download...
  4. EU Referendum

    Three out of the five candidates (Gove, Fox and Crabb) were born in Scotland.
  5. State Bar - Glasgow

    Sorry to hear that. Used to drink in there about 15 / 16 years ago before Thistle games - have made the occasional visit in recent years (before concerts at the ABC).
  6. By your definition I said - a reference to the recent discussion on here regarding allegations against a member of the Royal Family.
  7. Well, by your definition (of a paedophile) there is one.
  8. Edinburgh City

    Admittedly the capital has a bit more to offer than Stenhousemuir but I'd still rather watch a game atOchilview than Meadowbank. Plus Ochilview is easily accessible with the fine Station Hotel in Larbert for pre-match refreshments.
  9. Edinburgh City

    Meadowbank is a dreadful place to watch football.
  10. Hamilton Races

    I'm sure I read last week (possibly in the RP) that planning permission has been given to build housing on the racecourse site, so it does look like it's gone for good. Edit: It was the RPhttp://www.racingpost.com/news/horse-racing/housing-project-spells-bad-news-for-folkestone/2078712/#newsArchiveTabs=last7DaysNews
  11. Most Irritating Adverts

    Superb piece of trivia
  12. Most Irritating Adverts

    Just type in :lol : (except don't leave a spacebetween the last 'l' and ':').
  13. Hamilton Races

    You have definitely made the right choice there - 'Les McKeown's Bay City Rollers' are playing after the racing - you can just imagine the sort of crowd that'll attract - I'm giving it a miss. Three cracking courses you've got lined up - I'm going to go to the Friday of the Ebor - York is my favourite course. I was at Wincanton last Thursday and Towcester on Monday there - five to go (or six if you count the July Course and Rowley Mile at Newmarket separately) - Yarmouth, Newmarket, Hereford (plan to attend the reopening on 6 October), Kempton (possibly going to the King George) and Sandown.
  14. Most Irritating Adverts

    My conscience is now clear onthat one. The 'mother and daughter' one is even worse (can't remember which company) - an exploitative attempt to get old biddies to sign up in return for a pen or some other piece of tat (probably sourced from the same supplier the SFA use).
  15. Jings - only one jakey to hand - must've been a quiet day. Truly terrible boozer.