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Loads of places, Zakura is right there beside Against the Grain too, Boojum is just around the corner on Kevin Street. Opium is ood but quite expensive iirc, Neon, Green 19. All great.
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had a Boojum for lunch and i'm stuffed now. Want to go for a kip in work.
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There's one opening on Mespil Road there by Baggot Street bridge; where the Starbucks used to be.

This pleases me.
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thank guys, that's a lot of options

heading to see Howie Gelb in Whelans tonight, looking for quick tasty dinner
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mooch wrote:where's nice to eat around camden street?

i'm.....asking for a friend.....


I love neon
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Anyone on this line up anyone would particularly recommend. Finally after getting spotify, so it's less of a chose to research

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Currently most excited about Justice, Milky Chance, Major Lazer, Fr John Misty, Liam, BSS, Cloud Nothings, RTJ and Crystal Castles
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Nina Kraviz ;)
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Nicolas Jaar and Die Antwoord
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Dick Jones wrote:Loads of places, Zakura is right there beside Against the Grain too, Boojum is just around the corner on Kevin Street. Opium is ood but quite expensive iirc, Neon, Green 19. All great.


The tapas place beside ATG is amazing too.
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I ate there only once and didn't love it, despite having heard nothing but rave reviews. I was in a foul humour that day thought so that may have clouded my experience somewhat. I should go again.
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Dick Jones wrote:I ate there only once and didn't love it, despite having heard nothing but rave reviews. I was in a foul humour that day thought so that may have clouded my experience somewhat. I should go again.

Hmmm Dick Jones in a foul mood. I'm going to guess he was like
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extra torrent has shut down. anyone know any other torrent sites?
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The good old pirate bay.
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fatguy2k1 wrote:extra torrent has shut down. anyone know any other torrent sites?


This is a great site for older films http://www.magnetdl.com/ and I found Yify to be a good one too. https://yts.ag/
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Anyone got any good sites for downloading books actually? I can usually only find free ones with all ''the classics" or whatever. Warez is no better than a google search, I find. Any sites with a decent library you can browse? Or even just reliable search functions?
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fatguy2k1 wrote:extra torrent has shut down. anyone know any other torrent sites?


This ones a sort aggregator site but its very handy https://zooqle.com/
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Chris Cornell RIP :shock:
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Just did a google for the news and seen he tweeted just 8 hours ago.
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someone in work was just telling me about the blue whale challenge
apparently a game that promotes suicide.
i dunno. the world is ruined
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At the AWS Berlin summit. Big budget thang with business & tech talks, free food, drink, and music later. Can't find the music lineup yet but last year it was an established band.
A friend just messaged asking if he could busk outside, so if The Man doesn't move him on, that should be a nice break from the corporatism.
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