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  1. Star Wars: Episode VIII predictions

    To be honest I think it's got more to do with, like Mark Antony hinted, the Superb Owl weekend being in two weeks than anything Rogue One is doing.
  2. Senlin Ascends by Josiah Bancroft

    At some point since I moaned about it at the start of the topic, this hit Kobo, so I've picked it up and just started today.
  3. Taboo: Tom Hardy's historical drama (BBC1/FX) [spoilers]

    He's a huge dick, but in this episode he was responsible for what I found to be the first two individually memorable scenes in this series so far- the confrontation with Delany (I think the first time we've seen Delaney arguably lose a face-to-face) and his raging at the end- so I hope he sticks around at least until other people start picking up the slack. Lorna is also a good addition in terms of upsetting Delaney's apple-carts, so I hope she doesn't buzz off to Paris either.
  4. US Politics: There's No Morning After Pill

    The country next door to you has Kaczynski in charge. Well, technically he's not in an elected position on this particular round but he has been before and he's in charge anyway (and how dodgy is that as well?). Donald's not that unique, sadly. It's just in America so everyone notices.
  5. Football: Reds Rising!!

    Shit, it's being reported that Ryan Mason is fighting for his life after fracturing his skull and suffering a brain bleed during that collision earlier.
  6. Football: Reds Rising!!

    You jammy sods.
  7. Football: Reds Rising!!

    Granit Xhaka might be quite a good player but man, he's a fucking liability with his rash challenges.
  8. Football: Reds Rising!!

    I didn't watch today, but Ward-Prowse is a fantastic player who really needs to be playing for a team who suits his style more than Southampton do, because ever since Poccetino arrived there they've not been as keen on his brand of long-passing and crossing, even through the subsequent managers- he has become a better player through the experience and Pouel seems a little more open to it but he'd still be better off elsewhere. Be a pretty decent underdog contender to replace Payet at West Ham, for example. Or stick him in Palace's side and watch him lob crosses onto Benteke's head all day. Arsenal game is pretty dull. Stone Cold Sean Dyche will be happy with that so far, though.
  9. Football: Reds Rising!!

    That's because they have the third-best home record in the league.
  10. US Politics: There's No Morning After Pill

    Obviously. He'd be far more radically liberal.
  11. US Politics: There's No Morning After Pill

    In fairness, similar scenes in Poland achieved a concrete change. But that was a protest against a specific law that was meant to, and didn't, come in to power, so a little different. Like Mexal says, though, this should be taken as the chance for the left to start off, and harness, a proper grassroots people's movement and generate interest in active politics, and in engaging with the specific women's issues that is the base reasoning behind these ones. I'm not really sure what the ones outside of America are hoping to achieve, though.
  12. Football: Reds Rising!!

    If his first thirty seconds are any indication, Jesus is the best player in the history of the world.
  13. Football: Reds Rising!!

    Hahahaha unlucky Pep.
  14. Football: Reds Rising!!

    Tackle of the season by Danny Rose there.
  15. Football: Reds Rising!!

    City's attacking strategy of deliberately putting players offside and then sending the runners not from the second line of attack but from even deeper is quite clever. Spurs don't know whether they're coming or going. Not really sustainable though, I think they might regret not having scored.