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  1. Rez


    We used to do this at school!
  2. Rez


    Yeah, that'll come in time. I was going to say "sit on your hands" which is what one of my old chess teachers at the club I played at used to say, but by the sounds of it you're taking your time as it is! Instead of making a move, try to imagine what the board will look like once that move takes place and then think about what your opponent might like to do... and so on... Hard to begin with but that's really what being good at chess is about, and if you can do that then you don't need any books or "theory". Easier said than done though...
  3. I was looking for an old game called MediCumLaude. ATF thread here: http://www.rllmukforum.com/index.php?showtopic=228787 Anybody have any ideas for where I might look? Any second hand or out of print retailers? Cheers
  4. Ahh, lots of good stuff here. I was listening to Faure's requiem earlier today actually. good stuff, although not my favourite requiem mass, although probably one of the more "beautiful" ones. The duruflé is probably a contender for that too though. It's been a while but I seem to remember the Berlioz being fairly calm too. I've been trying to listen to more renaissance and baroque vocal music lately, so Palestrina and Tallis have been getting some listens. Have you heard Spem in Alium?
  5. Probably the 'Praise to the Holiest' section from Elgar's Dream of Gerontius. It's a pretty epic piece all round really.
  6. I was at a friend's house the other night and we were getting takeaway pizza. I assumed that we were going to have something a bit rubbish like Red Planet Pizza or something like that. However, I was pleasantly surprised with what we got. Some of you've probably heard of it, but it's a small chain called Firezza. They're a few years and old and have 6 branches open around london. They serve pizza either 12" round or by the 1/2 metre, with different topics each 1/4 metre. Prices are alright as pizza takeaways go, about £15 for a 1/2 metre which is enough to share between 2-3 people. They also h
  7. Yeah, it interested me possibly more than the actual episode. I don't think they're going to introduce another invincible guy but possibly show how he can be killed.
  8. I think the comics are quite good, but in any case, no, that wasn't covered in the comics.
  9. Rez

    House M.d.

    Oh cmon, he may have heigtened sensitivity to people's personalities.etc but no way could he do all that without being psychic.
  10. I went as well with a couple of friends and it was great. That lucky kid, free 360 for sucking at space invaders!? We were meant to be in a box but we got moved to really good stall seats, right next to the stage on the side which was great. Must've been hard for the HP guy to get up on stage. A bit harsh really although I think a lot of people afterwards at the signings attempted to explain that his music was good, just not the game. I wasn't there last year but this one was excellent They even had their really tall (must've been about 6"8 or so) Master Chief, and a bunch of cosplayers of va
  11. There's a 4 part comic going on at the moment on the Haitian which might tell us some stuff about him. I never really thought he was a good or a bad guy really. Just doing whatever benefits him or helping the highest bidder. I guess I always wanted him to be a cool guy but he didn't seem very good in the 5 years later episode. And I agree that invisible guy should've played a bigger (or any) part in the ending. I wanted the Haitian to turn up too. But I thought the ending was a bit rubbish in any case...
  12. Yeah, you could have them at both places but you couldn't have both of them playing at the same time.
  13. I thought it was a great finale
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