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I know for a fact that Quint is due royalties from Mötley Crüe and Jay Z. They ripped this title straight from him, used less girls and changed the lyrics completely. 
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An honest to god CW smash. So happy, Barrys introduction was brilliant in arrow and this this just looks superb.
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I've obviously been living in a hole as I've never heard of this guy before. But how god damn amazing was this track. Simply beautiful. Take my money! Pre order done!
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Don't feel bad I have not listened or known what's been in the top 40 since the 80s lol I'm more your old school reggae and soul myself 
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for fucks sake. this G+ integration has completely fucked up and made my gmail impossible to work with.
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London too, but I knew a Rakesh Patel from school in Sussex. Sorry.
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Oxford University suggests that 47% of today’s jobs could be automated in the next two decades. The economist succinctly puts it all into perspective. #jobs   #futureofwork   #hustle #learning  
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Does it say how many new jobs are needed to create, manage, and maintain these new automated systems?

It's the same old story isn't it. Replace workers with robots, then re-employ the people you fired are robot maintainers, builders and designers. Except they cost more because they are trained robot maintenance experts now.

Costs the business the same in the end.
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I ahve a spot spot form this movie from the original way back in 82!
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Nicely done. Drone footage of a birds eye view of london.
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Thanks.
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well.. i think i suitably whored myself out there quite effectively.
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Cineworld coupon you  get a month free ( and so do i !) when you fill in your application form @ http://cineworld.com  and use this code RAF-17WX-16FK-77GC-33SA   #movies   #cinema  
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Loved Synecdoche, NY and this tune was just fantastic in it. Deanna Storey - Little Person (Synecdoche New York)
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love this track from Synecdoche New York RIP SSH
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In London east end The Who shop is a prefect place to get all manner of Dr Who Merchandise from , it has every kind of collectible and merchandise, costumes, original props, books and dvds. It's quite a large store and has bundles of original props on display a real treat for fans of the series. If you're a looking for a present for a fan of British Sci-FI, this is where you should go!
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Ventured to the Queen of Horton a couple of times, Thursday and Friday it tends to be a bit crowded, dark and very loud. If you're lucky enough to come at the right time you'll managed to reserve a booth to sit down in, if not it's standing room only. A large selection of spirits and cocktails at the bar. During winter you have the the wigwam which i was fortunately able to experience. it's huge! a grill for food is in the middle, and dotted around the outskirts are bench areas and small table to sit and chat Outside you have some open fire pits. perfect for toasting up marshmallows. though if its in the midst of winter and you do venture outside of the wigwam dress up warmly!
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Decent enough pub but in my opinion lacks atmosphere. There's nothing wrong on paper with the pub, decent staff, food, decent stock of beers and sports and sky sports. It doesn't tend neither to be in the thick of things. It's a not a pub I tend to go to for a last pint on the way home, nor is it on the way to other nice bars/ pubs or places to eat. The White Hart is neither a place ( for me) as a must visit or on the way to somewhere else. Like many of the bars around the area it holds an old school charm with original fixtures and fittings and feels like a saloon in some regards. Not overly packed, its a spot for a quiet drink and chat.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
The Staff here are quite excellent. Genuinely friendly and chatty and you can tell they enjoy the banter and working there. It's quite , ornamented with genuine fixtures and fittings. this pub has been here for a while it seems! Small but perfectly formed! it has a spiral staircase to a small overhanging first floor and smaller cubicle type areas dotted around the pub. It's a perfect pub for a pint. Attracts the city set simply because of location, but a more senior type of customer.
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reviewed 7 months ago
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There;'s actually two entrances to the kings arm, one through bishop gate churchyard which has a large area that people mingle outside and drink and the entrance in Wormwood Street. It tends to be quite claustrophobic in here, because it gets filled up quite quickly with city folk.. You'll be fighting for space at the bar and for a spot to sit down. Usual city selection of drinks and beers. Nothing particular spectacular about this pub, but in the winter with the amount of people in here it does tend to get quite cosy! Good bar staff, although they do get rushed off their feet quite a bit .
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
A delightful bar. I drank here near the end of summer on a fairly humid night with friends, ordered some chips to eat with our drinks outside which were lovely. The bar has benches and large barriers to keep you in and others out. Nice atmosphere and vibe among the patrons who tended to be a easy going crowd. Inside was quite spacious with a modern bar interior. A wide selection of drinks, polite bar and door staff.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
The Railway pub is a favorite for commutators and city workers in the buildings that surround Liverpool street. Tends to be quite busy after work. a decent enough selection of drinks specializing In a a selection of cask beers. it a long thin bar, space at the bar, but because of the fairly old facade when busy it's difficult to move about. It gets quite packed ( they tend to have a selection of sports on the tv) and in the summer it customers spill onto the street. A good meetup / last drink of the night pub as it's opposite Liverpool street station on the main concourse
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