On “Fleabag”, a Corbyn government and Kenneth Clarke’s tandoori moments

I FINALLY GOT round to watching a few episodes of “Fleabag” to see what all the fuss is about. A few good scenes, I thought, and a magnificently disgusting character with a beard, but apart from that underwhelming. The breaking of conventions (addressing the camera, graphic sexual references, sleeping with a priest) was tediously conventional; the sentimentality, particularly about a pet hamster, was cloying….“Fleabag” and the “Fleabag”-related hype is nevertheless interesting for sociological reasons: it demonstrates the annexation of yet another area of British life by the self-worshipping upper-middle classes.…

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On “Fleabag”, a Corbyn government and Kenneth Clarke’s tandoori moments

I FINALLY GOT round to watching a few episodes of “Fleabag” to see what all the fuss is about. A few good scenes, I thought, and a magnificently disgusting character with a beard, but apart from that underwhelming. The breaking of conventions (addressing the camera, graphic sexual references, sleeping with a priest) was tediously conventional; the sentimentality, particularly about a pet hamster, was cloying….“Fleabag” and the “Fleabag”-related hype is nevertheless interesting for sociological reasons: it demonstrates the annexation of yet another area of British life by the self-worshipping upper-middle classes.…

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On “Fleabag”, a Corbyn government and Kenneth Clarke’s tandoori moments

I FINALLY GOT round to watching a few episodes of “Fleabag” to see what all the fuss is about. A few good scenes, I thought, and a magnificently disgusting character with a beard, but apart from that underwhelming. The breaking of conventions (addressing the camera, graphic sexual references, sleeping with a priest) was tediously conventional; the sentimentality, particularly about a pet hamster, was cloying….“Fleabag” and the “Fleabag”-related hype is nevertheless interesting for sociological reasons: it demonstrates the annexation of yet another area of British life by the self-worshipping upper-middle classes.…

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On “Fleabag”, a Corbyn government and Kenneth Clarke’s tandoori moments

I FINALLY GOT round to watching a few episodes of “Fleabag” to see what all the fuss is about. A few good scenes, I thought, and a magnificently disgusting character with a beard, but apart from that underwhelming. The breaking of conventions (addressing the camera, graphic sexual references, sleeping with a priest) was tediously conventional; the sentimentality, particularly about a pet hamster, was cloying….“Fleabag” and the “Fleabag”-related hype is nevertheless interesting for sociological reasons: it demonstrates the annexation of yet another area of British life by the self-worshipping upper-middle classes.…

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Fitness 

Lee Priest doing Leg Extensions on Ironmaster Super Bench

Lee Priest doing Leg Extensions Bodybuilder Lee Priest dropped by recently and did a leg workout. He kicked it off with some leg extensions on the Ironmaster Super Bench. Lee gave some real handy tips on leg training. You can see from the video that the Ironmaster Leg Attachment is super smooth and heavy duty. Ironmaster Leg Extension Accessory – samsfitness.com.au/ironmaster-leg-extension-curl Sam’s Fitness – samsfitness.com.au/ source

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News 

‘Confirmed evidence’ US-led coalition supports ISIS & other terrorists in Syria — RT News

TurkishPresident Recep Tayyip Erdogan has actually stated “it’s extremely clear” that the US-led union is sustaining terrorist teams in Syria, Islamic State (IS, additionally called ISIS/ISIL) amongst them. “Theyprovide assistance to terrorist teams consisting of Daesh (Arabicfor IS),” Erdogan stated. Sayingthat the United States have actually implicated Turkey of sustaining IS, talking at an interview on Tuesday the Turkish leader criticized the US-led union for aiding terrorists themselves. Apartfrom IS, he additionally discussed Kurdish People’s Protection Units in north Syria (YPG) and also Democratic Union Party (PYD) as teams sustained…

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