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Paul Kersey

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  1. Who Dares Wins Corny, flag waving thriller starring Lewis Collins as a SAS officer who infiltrates a militant terrorist group. This just plays out like an extended episode of The Professionals. It's a shite film, but is very entertaining shite. I've seen it at least 20 times but I'll watch it every time that it's on and I'll never get tired of it. 7/10
  2. I do remember a fad for nicking Volkswagen badges. It was inspired by The Beastie Boys.
  3. I was in a pub in Montrose a couple of years ago and I noticed that there was a charity collection tin on the bar for the Montrose Academy LGBT Society. When I was at the Academy in the late 80s/early 90s homophobia was rife. Coming out would have led to serious bullying. It's a step in the right direction if there's an LGBT Society there now and kids are comfortable with being themselves.
  4. My female work colleagues used to refer to Dorothy Perkins as "Dotty Pees". Thankfully I don't think that those shops exist anymore so my eardrums will never again be assaulted in such a way.
  5. Just giving the Jurassic 5 debut album a spin for the first time in around twenty years. An excellent album by one of the better hip hop acts.
  6. Richard Matheson - I Am Legend This was £0.99 on Google Play so I bought it on impulse. I'm about halfway through and it's a decent wee read.
  7. Anybody who pulls a 16 year old boys pants down and touches their bare arse is a fucking nonce and should be outed as such.
  8. The Nice Guys I caught this on Film4 last night. An excellent wee movie. Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling star as a pair of private detectives looking for a missing porn star in 70s LA. I loved everything about this. Some interesting plot turns, hilarious dialogue and slapstick violence. There was also a pretty cool 70s soundtrack. This slipped under my radar when it came out a few years ago so I was pleasantly surprised when I watched it last night. 8/10
  9. There's no way 500 will be enough. Dunfermline and Falkirk would bring more than that. Can we expect to see one of those dodgy temporary gazebos going up at the other side?
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