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"There’s an easy way to find genuine Labour supporters – they boasted about voting Green in this election and kept quiet about voting Lib Dem in the last." 
Perhaps the whole debacle is a brilliant piece of marketing designed to make whoever takes over seem like a genius
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 “I hope everyone from Weston will take the opportunity to once more stand in a puddle of murky water eating cold chips to the sound of crying children.”

This essentially sums up the Tropicana complex. Add in loud 80s pop, a wave machine and drunken teenagers and you're there.
WORLD-RENOWNED urban artist Banksy will today (Thursday) unveil his biggest ever exhibition at Weston-super-Mare’s Tropicana – and ONLY Mercury readers will be invited to the show’s launch.
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I'm going. In fact, I think I might be here right now.
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Unpublished Bod has been unearthed! It's a shame that the 1977 Scarfolk punk version was never broadcast.
http://www.theguardian.com/books/2015/aug/19/unpublished-bod-books-portray-even-more-absurd-character-and-stories
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Mining an old external hard drive for some tunes. To give you an idea of how old this drive is, many are wma format... Remember wma? I barely do.
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Think of the name Buckminster Fuller, and you may think of a few oddities of mid-twentieth-century design for living: the Dymaxion House, the Dymaxion Car, the geodesic dome.
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Roadtrip to Dorset tomorrow, last min camping before end of school hols. Fairly close to Monkey World, so fully expecting some primate action. 

Also gonna swing by Cerne Abbas for some giant penile shenanigans. 
Visit the Cerne Giant, Britain's largest chalk hill figure, cared for by the National Trust in Dorset
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I saw a variety of monkeys.
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Today in 1% villainy: UK property developer Kim Davies broke a bunch of laws when he used children's gravestones from a derelict church he owned to build an illegal patio at a historic home.
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What the fucking fuck.
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Attention bristolian retro games console fans:
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I have built my son lots of projects but with my daughter's first birthday coming up I felt it was her turn to get some project love and what better w...
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I just wish M was young enough, I'd definitely have a crack at making this.
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NEW! The 1973 'Infant Liberation Front' terrorist colouring book. Images & info here: http://scarfolk.blogspot.com/2015/08/the-infant-liberation-front-colouring.html
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Training, eLearning Content Creation, Video & Audio Editing, General Technology solutions for day to day living (without the technobabble)
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Edit. Tinker. Edit. Timestretch. Edit. Watch back, Slurp cold coffee. Edit.
Introduction
eLearning Developer for City of Bristol College. Love working with video and audio.

Used to work at Forbidden Planet Bristol. 

Love my tunes, as diverse as possible. 

Totally into SciFi, reading, monster of the week/zombie type stuff.

Love testing, tweaking, re-purposing and hacking stuff into something else.
Bragging rights
Supplied Bristol with pop culture literature, comics, cool toys, specialised smut & BB Guns for much of the mid to late 90s.
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Bristol
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Bath
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Amazing place. It's like they scooped out a 40 something comic fans brain and plastered the walls with it. Best. Veggie. Burger. I've. Had. In. Decades. The meaty stuff looked damn good and my fellow diners were really happy.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Good quality sheds, helpful friendly service.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Great venue for a family day out. There is something to appeal to everyone there. Massive site containing farmyard animals, a zoo with a good variety of animals, outdoor play, an amazing indoor softplay, a brilliant selection of vintage fairground rides housed inside and loads of space so you don't feel herded in. Lots to do there on the cheap, but the paid for rides and attractions aren't extortionate, unlike many other attractions and you don't feel that you've been held upside down to gouge out the last of your small change before you leave (I'm looking at you Wookey Hole!). You can pretty much spend the whole day here if you want to, there's so much to see and do.
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Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Cracking little gem of a pub close enough to the centre to be convenient but enough of a track to avoid the issues (read idiots) you get down at the centre/waterfront/park street. A great selection of independent beers and a couple of decent farmhouse ciders. Well decorated with original gas lamps working. The real killer icing on the cake is the record deck and eclectic mix of 7 and 12 inch vinyl records available for all to route through and put on at their leisure. This gives you hours of entertainment and is much more fun than just feeding pound coins into a jukebox. Totally recommended!
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Atmosphere: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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After getting cold feet about camping after the deluge of rain this summer we booked a week at Bluestone. Having done Centre Parcs before I expected more of the same and was right to a degree. It's the same sort of set up, however this is more of a destination to use as a base to explore Pembrokeshire rather than stay onsite as you would at Centre Parcs. The facilities here are good. I would actually say the cabin we had (basic 4 person) was better equipped and more spacious. It was actually a pleasure cooking each night as everything I needed was to hand (bar a cheese grater). The obvious plus here is the Blue Lagoon swimming pool, which we loved and used every day. The pub served decent enough grog, we ate out one night at "The Yard" which was good grub (although the vegetarian pizzas weren't well labeled which was quite annoying). A bakery, "village shop", arcade, toy and clothing shop completed the village feel. The activity centre killed a hour or two of a rainy day without costing the earth (although much of the extra paid for stuff was just out of age range for our little one much to her disappointment). Hiring a golf buggy to get around on site was fun but not a necessity unless you're really lazy/rotund. You might have to walk a few hills but it's all close together and doesn't take long to wander around. Will probably do it again at some point, as I say its a good place to base yourself if you want to explore this part of Pembrokeshire.
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Appeal: Very GoodFacilities: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Cracking place to see live music, friendly staff and a nice beer garden.
Atmosphere: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago