Mark Antony

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  1. Football: gegenposting

     Courtois and De Gea were both so fun to watch. Wish Liverpool had a keeper half as good as either 
  2. NHL 2015-16 - Because we still don't need a new thread!

      Your dad knows what's up  yeah Bridgestone is nice. Fans are generally cool, I try to go to a couple games a year. Hope you enjoyed it despite the beating we gave you . 
  3. Football: gegenposting

    Agreed 100%. Hopefully Klopps faith in Mignolet is just words cause we desperately need a new keeper. Still maintain Bogdan might be the worst signing in a handful of questionable signings from Rodgers time. 
  4. Football: gegenposting

    I think he's done well without much support. Obviously I agree Liverpool were terrible. 
  5. Football: gegenposting

    Erm he's been the only threat for us at all. Typical choke. Mignolet is just terrible. 
  6. Football: gegenposting

    Liverpool haven't looked so good but Firmino has been impressive again.
  7. Football: gegenposting

    Controversial opinion that!
  8. Football: gegenposting

    That's why I said say it again  
  9. Football: gegenposting

    Say it again. Mahrez did well but yikes 
  10. The latest one was the best of the season so far for sure. Dennis had me laughing harder than I have laughed at Sunny in a long time. The dog bit didn't really work for me though..
  11. Watch, Watched, Watching: The Director's Cut

    Watched two Sergio Corbucci Westerns. Django (1966) and The Great Silence (1968). I wish I could have watched the Italian version of Django with subtitles cause the English dubbing was just awful. Other than that I liked the movie, Not as much as any of Leones Dollars trilogy (pretty close with A Fistful of Dollars actually) but I gotta say Django was more badass than the man with no name.  The Great Silence was definitely the better of the two. Klaus Kinskis character is up there with El Indio from A Few Dollars More as my favorite western "villain". He was great. It's more comparable with Once Upon A Time in the West than the Dollars trilogy though darker in tone and not as epic in scale. Just like The Hateful Eight (Tarantino obviously was influenced heavily by both these movies) the snowy setting and Morricones tremendous score make for a wonderful atmosphere.     
  12. Football: gegenposting

    Suarez with 4 and Messi with 3 on Nevilles Valencia. Ouch
  13. Watch, Watched, Watching: The Director's Cut

    Watched Seven Pyschopaths. It was okay. Some good laughs. Didn't really like how "meta" it was, made me roll my eyes a bit. Definitely preferred In Bruges. Rockwells performance and character was the highlight. 
  14. Football: gegenposting

    Awful game from Sakho and Moreno. Never once thought Liverpool were gonna score. 
  15. Football: gegenposting

    Yikes what a terrible window. looks like Pep to City is confirmed