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    Britons cut meat-eating by 17% [Poll]

    Awww, got to re think my theory now.
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    Britons cut meat-eating by 17% [Poll]

    A fool proof way to know for sure was to offer them a Cornish Pasty, or get them to sing two verses of the 'Rocky Road to Dublin' Only way to differentiate from the Cornish impostors
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    Britons cut meat-eating by 17% [Poll]

    The vast majority of 'Irish' digging canal were actually underemployed red-heads from mainly Devon and Cornwall. They were encouraged to get hammered, cause fights and speak in exaggerated Oirish accents. This was a policy en-acted by Pitt the Younger to undermine support for the repeal of the...
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    Britons cut meat-eating by 17% [Poll]

    There wasn't much industrial revolution in Ireland, apart from Belfast. Anyway I just sent a note to my publishers to change the title "Britain, why they are to blame for every thing, apart form the Irish, Welsh & Scots'
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    Britons cut meat-eating by 17% [Poll]

    Well it started in the midlands and north of England, (which is a part of Britain) but still England. I think my theory still holds. It's the basis forthe 1st chapter of my new book, "England, why they are to blame for everything."
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    Britons cut meat-eating by 17% [Poll]

    Probably not, contraception, as we know it, is quite a modern phenonema. Christianinty did not become the official religion of the Roman Empire until the 4th Century Ad, so the Catholic Church is around 1600 years old. Considering the church schismed between Eastern Orthodox and the further in...
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    Netflix movie thread.

    Isn't it, that story was pretty much unknown in Ireland until very recently.
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    Netflix movie thread.

    Was that on the poster I wonder 😂
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    Netflix movie thread.

    Actually did a quick scroll through the movies. There's $hit loads. '71' looks interesting. British soldier gets seperated from his unit in Belfast 1971
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    Netflix movie thread.

    Tbh Netflix strength is it's series. Into the Spiderverse is also a great movie
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    Netflix movie thread.

    Yeah, it has an amazing Morricone sound track and an ars€ load of violence
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    Netflix movie thread.

    Couldn't disagree more, we all have different tastes though. Mystery Science Theatre 3000 is great craic on Netflix. Couple of guys riffing on crap movies.
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    Netflix movie thread.

    Yeah Fury was only ok. Bit bleak. Hateful 8 is mad craic though. One of Tarantino's finest. On a war movie theme, Glory is great. The opening Battle of Antietam scene is stunning. It's about the 1st all black regiment in the US Civil War
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    Netflix movie thread.

    Ye need to use the sub titles to make it watchable. I only saw the first episode and I quite liked it. Movie wise, 1917 is well worth a watch.
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    The 'Recommend me a TV series' thread

    Love Longmire, pacing is great. I spent some time on Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota and it always reminds me of my time there. Columbo is one of my favourite series ever. The production values from the ones in the 60's & 70's are amazing. There's even one directed by Stephen Spielberg.
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