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21 July 2013

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  1. Just Another Day - Walton on the Naze - Part 1

    1983 TV documentary about the Essex seaside town, directed by Adam Curtis. On the one hand, it’s just how I remember it from those days, and on the other, 1983 looks really old.

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    @tobybarnes Interesting, any pointers?

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    @whoisdanw @blech Maybe you’ve just noticed them now? I haven’t seen much recently, whereas they seemed big a couple(?) of year ago.

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    @iamdanw Like how it’d be good to be able to replay twitter when watching a time-shifted live TV event, the same but for book club.

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    @blech @whoisdanw If there was a curmudgeonly high-five equivalent I’d do that now.

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    @Zoonie @dracos And I can’t say that a multiplex feels particularly luxury or special.

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    @iamdanw Can you collect them in one place for the convenience of us laggards?

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    @tomstuart @antimega @dracos @suegyford Well, I suppose it works out about £6 per dimension. Maybe I’ll try the 1D version next time.

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    @Zoonie I remember watching it on telly at the time, but not seen it since. 1983 looks so old.

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    TV documentary about Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex, from 1983 directed by… Adam Curtis! (via @suegyford) youtube.com/watch?v=Ro5Q_8…

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    @tomstuart Of course it does, you idiot! *high fives @alicebartlett*

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    @tomstuart I’d generally complain if there was no text attribution. People read with their eyes, not their mouse.

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    @dracos You and @suegyford speak with but one voice! £12.25 at Vue Islington for a 2D film.

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    @suegyford Vue Islington was £12.25, for a 2D film.

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    @blech Pacific Rim (2D). A week late to Invisible Film Club.

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    Every time I go to the cinema I’m amazed how expensive it is. Every time. I’d say it was me getting old, but I can’t be ageing *that* fast.

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