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  2. Premier League Bournemouth 1 - 3 Liverpool w/@AdamTH17 Watford 2 - 2 Crystal Palace Manchester City 2 - 0 Manchester United Aston Villa 1 - 2 Leicester City Newcastle United 2 - 1 Southampton Norwich City 2 - 1 Sheffield United Brighton & Hove Albion 1 - 1 Wolves La Liga Granada 2 - 0 Alavés Levante 1 - 2 Valencia Real Betis 1 - 1 Athletic Bilbao
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  5. Week 19 fixtures Premier League Bournemouth 1 v 3 Liverpool w/@AdamTH17 Watford 0 v 2 Crystal Palace Manchester City 2 v 2 Manchester United (5:30pm) Aston Villa 1 v 2 Leicester City (Sunday 2pm) Newcastle United 1 v 0 Southampton (Sunday 2pm) Norwich City 1 v 1 Sheffield United (Sunday 2pm) Brighton & Hove Albion 1 v 2 Wolverhampton Wanderers (Sunday 4:30pm) La Liga Granada 1 v 1 Alavés Levante 0 v 2 Valencia (5:30pm) Real Betis 0 v 1 Athletic Bilbao (Sunday 1pm)
  6. This is bloody hard, so this is in no particular order. 1. Donnie Darko - I was young when I saw this film and it probably doesn’t hold up, but it was the first film I saw that gave me the feeling that I’d seen something special so I have to include it for that reason. 2. Avengers: Infinity War - aside from the fact I’m from Scotland and it’s nice to see Edinburgh on the big screen, this film created one of the most iconic film moments in recent history with the ‘finger snap’. Plus it was fantastic. 3. Up - The opening montage in this film is one of the most effective and emotional pieces of storytelling I’ve ever seen. Incredible stuff. 4. Blackkklansman - Probably the most powerful ending I’ve ever seen in a film. You could hear a pin drop in the cinema as it played out. 5. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind - I hadn’t fully appreciated how brilliant Jim Carrey is in serious roles until I saw this movie. He’s seriously underrated, and perhaps under-utilised too. 6. Kickass - the sequel is abysmal to the point it takes away from how good this film is...but overlooking that, this is one of the best superhero films of the 21st century so far, and Nicholas Cage is just great in it. 7. Anchorman - Probably my favourite comedy of the 21st century. 8. Garden State - I kind of feel like this movie has been forgotten about, but it’s one of my favourite indie films and the soundtrack is great. 9. The Dark Knight - I still love this film, even if I grew up more of a Spider-Man guy. Speaking of which... 10. Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse - What can I say, it was brilliant! 11. Joker - Might as well continue with my barrage of comic book movies... 12. Star Wars: The Force Awakens - Packed with nostalgia and arguably very few new ideas but fuck it, I loved it. 13. Million Dollar Baby - Possibly my favourite Oscar winner of the 21st Century. 14. Ex Machina - Gripping and disturbing, this is about as haunting a film as I’ve seen this century. 15. Shrek - My favourite kids’ film of the century so far. 16. Blade Runner 2049 - Deserved to do far better than it did at the box office. 17. Trainspotting 2 - Really did the book justice. 18. Casino Royale - this redefined who and what James Bond was for me. And what a performance from Mads Mikkelsen. 19. Adaptation - another brilliant Nicholas Cage performance. A great film too, obviously. 20. Memento - I cant believe this is almost 20 years old...
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  9. Yeah he is, have a look at James O'Brien's Twitterwhere he keeps asking Brillo how much they pay him to give Breitbart and Neo Nazis a voice. Yep, straight from the Steve Bannon playbook. Sickens me how people with nothing on the lowest rungs of society see Johnson as one of them.
  10. Nope, it’s not important just slightly interesting
  11. Isn’t Andrew Neil paid by the Brothers Behind the Spectator who Johnson already does stuff far or have I got my tin foil hats crossed?
  12. I just watched Fahrenheit 11/9 and an analyst on that talked about how many of Trump's voters didn't care if he was a liar, all they cared about was that they felt like he was on their side. Johnson's parroting of Get Brexit Done is comparable - he's appealing to the Leavers and that's really all he needs to do, many don't care if he's a racist and a liar. Neil 'revealing' what we all already know about Johnson is going to make no difference at all. If anything, Johnson has done one useful thing finally in his life and that's anger Andrew Neil.
  13. How much of a difference would a Johnson interview with Brillo actually make? As has been said continually, vast swathes of Johnsons voter base already know or don't care that he is racist liar and will still vote for his party. I don't think it would make a significant difference anyway, what is changing opinion is Labour on the campaign trail, as AOC said, don't read polls, change them.
  14. Young Bucks must not have been on this week.
  15. Bendo has withdrawn from the Chandler fight. Sidney Outlaw has taken his place.
  16. It's in the media all the time because the mainstream media is overwhelmingly right-leaning, and that's why Neil isn't doing his job properly and why his interviews are blustering shit. Anti-semitism *should* be an issue, but not in conjunction with a man who has campaigned against racism his entire career.
  17. Is this the amount of false finishes per show? (Wanted to do a Big Show heel/face turn one, and like him I should've gone with my gut)
  18. So Total Viewership is considered important this week, there’s a suprise
  19. For me it’s that the Pipe Bomb was eight years ago. That’s a clear memory from when I was an adult that was EIGHT FUCKING YEARS AGO.
  20. I agree, but he could have done a 30 minute speech and not touched half the shit Johnson has done. And presumably Neil made such a big deal of antisemitism with Corbyn because it was in the headlines that day as the Chief Rabbi had written his piece in the newspaper. The electorate doesn’t give a fuck about antisemitism yet it seems to be talked about all the time in the media
  21. Plus why would they even need to? NXT has done a fantasy job of catching up simply by producing good, arguably better, programming.
  22. Maybe Brillo has given Johnson the questions he has to prep for.
  23. They didn't even bother having him on the lead up to Survivor Series. Why would they bother now completely randomly?
  24. How long until they have Roman turn up in NXT?
  25. No. You look at the players they have and compare them with Sheffield United and Crystal Palace, they should be doing far better. I mean, they're even below Arsenal for fuck sake. Embarrassing.
  26. That's precisely the point. Where in his little three minute Twitter video does he mention pulling Johnson up on his numerous racist comments in the past? Nowhere. And considering he chose to put anti-semitism front and centre in the Corbyn interview, why wouldn't he put Johnson's *actual* racism front and centre in his video there?
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