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Four and a half minute video for a 20 second tip  [yawn]
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Nice video ... but not 'secret' at all!
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Haskell Wexler is 93 years old!
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Haven't school dances got around to Gangnam Style yet? That's another one that you can do instinctively from the womb.
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Great script!
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Propinquity. QED.
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"The Hole in the Ground" was a comic song which was written by Myles Rudge and composed by Ted Dicks. When recorded by Bernard Cribbins and released by EMI on the Parlophone label in 1962, it was a hit in the UK charts." - Wikipedia; and - in this case, absolutely accurate!  ;-)
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Let's hope this wasn't a Trump Fundraiser.  [joke. honest!]
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A great track from the days when John's Liverpool roots really showed.
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Nice view of the Shivering Sands Forts off Herne Bay
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I'm that fella who says what he thinks and upsets people who shouldn't have asked if they couldn't take the truth. I've also upset spammers, scammers, trolls, stalkers, and WebmasterWorld. But I do try hard not to upset my friends.

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Great store - not just 'cheap', but Value For Money, a concept that the Big Four don't seem to get. Try Aldi's own brands - in almost every case, as good or better than the original. Their non-food stuff is often amazing. And helpful staff, too!
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
People are getting really excited that it's in the satellite shot, but not the StreetView - apparently aliens are altering Google's maps. But the satellite is a 2013 shot, and the streetview 2007. Panic over!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Sees itself more of a restaurant than a pub - in fact, we felt a bit like meal spectators! Selection of real ales and usual drinks. But has a slightly snobby feel to it. Utter contrast to 30 years ago, when you wouldn't touch the food, it had flourescent strips and keg beers. Good luck to them - but they need to either rebadge as a restaurant or be a bit more drinker-friendly.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
The meal was very good, and so was the service. Extensive choice of overpriced wines and other drinks. Beautifully decorated and maintained, but not how I'd have done it. I came out feeling I had potted plants coming out of my ears! Good place to go for a quiet meal, though I went early in the week.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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I visit the Duke a couple or more times a month - mainly for the music, though they always have a good range of well-cared for beers. They have a reputation for music that goes back to the sixties, and these days are one of Whitstable's leading venues, with 2,3, sometimes 4 events each week (including jazz every Friday lunchtime). They feature bands and singers from London and the South East, mostly free, but 'big acts' command an entry fee. A pub worth visiting ... more than once!
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Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Great place to go for an after meal drink (and dance if that's your thing!). Music varies, often live, always fun. Total mixture of people of all ages, and that doesn't seem to be a problem for anyone, and for us, added to the atmosphere. Great range of cocktails and bottled beers. I've been there several times for drinks and never disappointed. But I've only eaten there once, and won't again. The service was excellent, but the food offering was limited, boring and distinctly so-so. And grossly overpriced.
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Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
Past Its Prime. I also used to insist on the Kashmir, the service was excellent, the meals wonderful, and the atmosphere warm and friendly. Now, many years on (they've been there since the early seventies, perhaps earlier), They are an adequate restaurant and no more. I don't have a horror story, but they seem to always have trainee waiters (I wonder why?), they forget little things - like putting a new cd on when it finishes (and the music is nothing special, believe me!). And so on. The result is a poor atmosphere - if you have a guest, you want to be able to take the restaurant for granted, not be concerned about trivia. Food was fine, as ever.
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Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago