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Now watching in TV Liverpool vs Arsenal 1-4 (in the first half time).


3-6 and another poor showing. At the quarter-final stage, you'd think Manager's would field a stronger side. Serious looking injuries to Mark Gonzalez and Luis Garcia as well, a disastrous evening all round. Liverpool will have to perform much better when Barcelona come to town!

Hoooo Mick. Liverpool vs Arsenal 3-6 final. Amazing.


And very disappointing!

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Arsenal were tremendous last night,very quick and sharp inter passing and superb counter attacking football...........some of these Arsenal youngsters are red cold talent,but i must say that i think Benitez has lost the plot with his team selections.............Liverpool have not got the strength in-depth that Chelsea have,and he can not afford to play this rotation system like those........... :oops: All IMHO of course and im a neutral :arrow:

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Arsenal were tremendous last night,very quick and sharp inter passing and superb counter attacking football...........some of these Arsenal youngsters are red cold talent,but i must say that i think Benitez has lost the plot with his team selections.............Liverpool have not got the strength in-depth that Chelsea have,and he can not afford to play this rotation system like those........... :oops: All IMHO of course and im a neutral :arrow:


Benitez obviously feels (as does Wenger) that this competition is pretty worthless. There are just enough talented players to make a team at Liverpool, but some of these are not committed enough. I haven't heard anything for a while on the "Dubai" purchase. If this goes ahead, they would have the funds to match Chelsea in the transfer market.

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Just finished watching "Ruby In The Smoke" , which I'd recorded. Makes me wish Philip Pullman's "Dark Materials" trilogy would hurry up and hit the big screen. (I understand that New Line are quoting December 2007 as a probable release date for the first instalment). Daniel Craig and Nicole Kidman are on board, so hopefully it will live up to my high expectations.

BTW, I really enjoyed the adaptation of RITS.

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Just finished watching "Ruby In The Smoke" , which I'd recorded. Makes me wish Philip Pullman's "Dark Materials" trilogy would hurry up and hit the big screen. (I understand that New Line are quoting December 2007 as a probable release date for the first instalment). Daniel Craig and Nicole Kidman are on board, so hopefully it will live up to my high expectations.

BTW, I really enjoyed the adaptation of RITS.


Two other books should also be filmed:

Tim Powers-the Anubis Gates
Susan Copper-The Dark is Rising

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Just finished watching "Ruby In The Smoke" , which I'd recorded. Makes me wish Philip Pullman's "Dark Materials" trilogy would hurry up and hit the big screen. (I understand that New Line are quoting December 2007 as a probable release date for the first instalment). Daniel Craig and Nicole Kidman are on board, so hopefully it will live up to my high expectations.

BTW, I really enjoyed the adaptation of RITS.


Two other books should also be filmed:

Tim Powers-the Anubis Gates
Susan Copper-The Dark is Rising


Powers is my favourite author and The Anubis Gates rivals The Stress Of Her Regard, as my favourite book. That would make another great movie!

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Hobo wrote:
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Just finished watching "Ruby In The Smoke" , which I'd recorded. Makes me wish Philip Pullman's "Dark Materials" trilogy would hurry up and hit the big screen. (I understand that New Line are quoting December 2007 as a probable release date for the first instalment). Daniel Craig and Nicole Kidman are on board, so hopefully it will live up to my high expectations.

BTW, I really enjoyed the adaptation of RITS.


Two other books should also be filmed:

Tim Powers-the Anubis Gates
Susan Copper-The Dark is Rising


Powers is my favourite author and The Anubis Gates rivals The Stress Of Her Regard, as my favourite book. That would make another great movie!


Mick, what can I say, you are a wise man! Yeah Anubis would make an amazing romp, god knows why it hasn't been optioned

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Just finished watching "Ruby In The Smoke" , which I'd recorded. Makes me wish Philip Pullman's "Dark Materials" trilogy would hurry up and hit the big screen. (I understand that New Line are quoting December 2007 as a probable release date for the first instalment). Daniel Craig and Nicole Kidman are on board, so hopefully it will live up to my high expectations.

BTW, I really enjoyed the adaptation of RITS.


Two other books should also be filmed:

Tim Powers-the Anubis Gates
Susan Copper-The Dark is Rising


Powers is my favourite author and The Anubis Gates rivals The Stress Of Her Regard, as my favourite book. That would make another great movie!


Mick, what can I say, you are a wise man! Yeah Anubis would make an amazing romp, god knows why it hasn't been optioned


I don't understand either. Peter Jackson has proved that it's possible to film a story that was previously thought of as impossible, so there's no excuse for not bringing these works to our screens.

Tim Powers also brings a cerebral edge to his fantasy and by intertwining the fiction with fact, the boundaries blur and he has you questioning the established view of reality. That's the sort of film I want to see!

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Just finished watching "Ruby In The Smoke" , which I'd recorded. Makes me wish Philip Pullman's "Dark Materials" trilogy would hurry up and hit the big screen. (I understand that New Line are quoting December 2007 as a probable release date for the first instalment). Daniel Craig and Nicole Kidman are on board, so hopefully it will live up to my high expectations.

BTW, I really enjoyed the adaptation of RITS.


Two other books should also be filmed:

Tim Powers-the Anubis Gates
Susan Copper-The Dark is Rising


Powers is my favourite author and The Anubis Gates rivals The Stress Of Her Regard, as my favourite book. That would make another great movie!


Mick, what can I say, you are a wise man! Yeah Anubis would make an amazing romp, god knows why it hasn't been optioned


I don't understand either. Peter Jackson has proved that it's possible to film a story that was previously thought of as impossible, so there's no excuse for not bringing these works to our screens.

Tim Powers also brings a cerebral edge to his fantasy and by intertwining the fiction with fact, the boundaries blur and he has you questioning the established view of reality. That's the sort of film I want to see!


William Ashbless should write the script! ;)

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Just finished watching "Ruby In The Smoke" , which I'd recorded. Makes me wish Philip Pullman's "Dark Materials" trilogy would hurry up and hit the big screen. (I understand that New Line are quoting December 2007 as a probable release date for the first instalment). Daniel Craig and Nicole Kidman are on board, so hopefully it will live up to my high expectations.

BTW, I really enjoyed the adaptation of RITS.


Two other books should also be filmed:

Tim Powers-the Anubis Gates
Susan Copper-The Dark is Rising


Powers is my favourite author and The Anubis Gates rivals The Stress Of Her Regard, as my favourite book. That would make another great movie!


Mick, what can I say, you are a wise man! Yeah Anubis would make an amazing romp, god knows why it hasn't been optioned


I don't understand either. Peter Jackson has proved that it's possible to film a story that was previously thought of as impossible, so there's no excuse for not bringing these works to our screens.

Tim Powers also brings a cerebral edge to his fantasy and by intertwining the fiction with fact, the boundaries blur and he has you questioning the established view of reality. That's the sort of film I want to see!


btw have you checked out Homunculus
by James P. Blaylock? more of the same kind of stuff from Tim's friend and writing partner

"Does the night seem uncommonly full of dead men and severed heads to you?" Langdon St. Ives, Victorian scientist-of-leisure, grapples with the vivisectionist, animator-of-the-dead Narbondo. Homunculi, the late Joanna Southcote, and carp run amok in late-Victorian London.

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Just finished watching "Ruby In The Smoke" , which I'd recorded. Makes me wish Philip Pullman's "Dark Materials" trilogy would hurry up and hit the big screen. (I understand that New Line are quoting December 2007 as a probable release date for the first instalment). Daniel Craig and Nicole Kidman are on board, so hopefully it will live up to my high expectations.

BTW, I really enjoyed the adaptation of RITS.


Two other books should also be filmed:

Tim Powers-the Anubis Gates
Susan Copper-The Dark is Rising


Powers is my favourite author and The Anubis Gates rivals The Stress Of Her Regard, as my favourite book. That would make another great movie!


Mick, what can I say, you are a wise man! Yeah Anubis would make an amazing romp, god knows why it hasn't been optioned


I don't understand either. Peter Jackson has proved that it's possible to film a story that was previously thought of as impossible, so there's no excuse for not bringing these works to our screens.

Tim Powers also brings a cerebral edge to his fantasy and by intertwining the fiction with fact, the boundaries blur and he has you questioning the established view of reality. That's the sort of film I want to see!


William Ashbless should write the script! ;)


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all these books would make great TV or movies, so somebody should:

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I am a fan of Stargate SG-1. If I aín't watch it on tele than on dvd, have 10 seasons in box. It is a really relaxing serie which is not too difficult to watch and not too long.


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Ted (The Count) is out of the darts and im gutted :cry: He had chances to win it :(

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I am a fan of Stargate SG-1. If I aín't watch it on tele than on dvd, have 10 seasons in box. It is a really relaxing serie which is not too difficult to watch and not too long.

Me too. I've not got season ten yet but I've got all the rest. Nice stuff to kick back to.


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