15-11-2016, 07:15 PM
I can watch it, sure. I can't understand it because it's in, like, Proto-Indo-European or something, but my confusion was at least short-lived because it's 30 seconds long.
Originally Posted by droid
Still, a nice thought.
15-11-2016, 08:42 PM
Hmm... I thought it was the whole show, with subtitles for the sasanach.
12-12-2016, 01:29 PM
CJ Stone took forever to arrive. Initial impression is mixed. On the one hand he seems deft at unfolding a series of events with a vaguely earnest, unforced significance. The interpretation about Jesus feeding the five thousand is nice... but similarly 'philosophical' asides feel a touch too musing...Like a Giles Coren restaurant review.
Still, as someone who never experienced the rave scene(s) first hand it feels valuable... not least his references to pubs. Who has a local where they drink everyday these days? Surely this pleasure has been robbed from unemployed life and the sinister suburbs.
12-12-2016, 03:04 PM
Quite clearly you are not a middle aged man with teenage children.
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12-12-2016, 03:21 PM
I'm quite enjoying Fierce Dancing, but I'm not making great headway because I'm also reading a couple of other books, both of which are kind of massive. I'm happy to put more effort into CSJ if others want to discuss it in depth.
15-12-2016, 01:50 AM
My copy arrived today! Will start reading this weekend. Just finished Zoe Whittall's 'The Best Kind of People' btw. It's a very different book, all about how a family deals with the accusation that the father is a child rapist. It's slow and a bit redundant in places but I would still recommend it.
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