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About Bumper8

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  • Birthday 03/06/1967

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  1. Previously I've been lazy when it comes to Tolkien and just reached out for the movies but now I have time to delve deeper into Middle-Earth.
  2. All good things.... All the best to you both for the next chapter
  3. Resident Evil 2 (PS4) Back to Raccoon City for Leon and Claire as they try to survive hordes of the undead and the relentless figure of Mr X. Great graphics and gameplay which is challenging even on normal level. The DLC levels are good but really difficult as resources are as scarce as toilet rolls. Now playing Modern Warfare hiding behind Capt. Price's muttonchops trying not to get shot "Ready up!"
  4. Midway (2019) Set around the events of the Battle of Midway in 1942 that is regarded as a major turning point in the Pacific theatre. Solid casting and it stays pretty much true to events. There's a fair bit of CGI but it works well. Holds its own against the 1976 version. Good film.
  5. As someone who has been a viewer since 1974 my heart sank watching...that. Doctor Who is just terrible now.
  6. Can't actually remember this-will need to google it.
  7. Clive Cussler. Thanks for the great tales of adventure and discovery. Thanks for NUMA, Dirk Pitt, Al Giordino, Admiral Sandecker and the rest. Rest In Peace.
  8. I have never met anyone "round the back of a theatre" I'll have you know! Like many of my autographs it was obtained from a reputable online auctioneer. The only celebs I've met at a stage door were by accident a couple of years ago. Jason Manford and Ross Noble happened to be leaving the theatre after a performance of "Young Frankenstein" just as we were passing by (we had been at the show). They looked tired but gamely posed for pics and Jason signed my programme. Perhaps I'll meet Kev one day but I won't lose any sleep over it.
  9. The Expanse season 4 Burn Gorman has joined an already excellent cast; highly recommend this show.
  10. Comedian Tony Hawks (the guy from Red Dwarf) awakens from the "night before" to the realisation that he has bet his mate he can hitch-hike around Ireland. With a fridge. I picked this up from a charity book table in Tesco (after making a reasonable donation) and I'm very glad I did.
  11. True story of an SAS mission in Iraq in 1991. A difficult read at times but it brings home the stark reality of war for those on the front line. Fascinating and inspiring.
  12. Engrossing thriller about a plot to assassinate the President of France, General Charles De Gaulle, in 1963. A top detective has been given the unenviable responsibility of catching the assassin but he has little to go on: He is a foreigner. He is a master of his craft. His codename is "Jackal" Highly recommended.
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