Mar 5, 2012

RhoDeo 1210 Sofa

Hello, hope you'll had a good weekend, plenty of rain to splash about, enjoy the occasional underdog to win a game and wonder why so many are desperate to have a predictable outcome, preferably controlled by them. Where's the fun in that, where's the life in that ? It's souped up death that's what it is. Do these NWO clowns really think their children will thank them having been fathered by soulless mass-murderers, but then psychopaths rarely think beyond themselves. Frightening perhaps but not as frightening as these oblivious masses in a feeding frenzy as the latest i toy is unveiled or these billions wasting their life for a god who simply has a non intervenist policy, it's the only way God can play the game, any other way He would be cheating himself. Still there's plenty of priests wanting to take advantage and control these masses, if there was a hell it would be full of priests, murderers and banksters.

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The coming weeks i will present you with comedy drama of the highest quality from the guys who did Shaun of the Dead and Spaced starring Simon Pegg, a superb two season tv series which im inclined to post after this series.

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"The Sofa of Time was a BBC Radio 4 six part comedy drama written by and starring Nick Frost and Matt King. It was first broadcast in 2002.

"Milford (King) and Parker (Frost) get sacked from their jobs in a soft furnishings factory in Crouch End. As they are clearing out their lockers, they fall into the magical world of Gravy. Frost described Gravy as an "Tolkien-esque world with supermarkets and banks".

"There they meet Marmite the Dwarf, (Mark Heap), who believes that Milford is "the chosen one", who has come at last to save the people from the evil emperor warlock Raamen Bod, (Peter Serafinowicz), who plans to find the Sofa of Time, the most magical and powerful item of furniture in the entire universe, and use it for evil purposes.

"The series featured Spaced regulars Mark Heap, Julia Deakin, Peter Serafinowicz, and Simon Pegg as well as Kevin Eldon, Daisy Jones and Joseph Marcell. The series was produced by Mario Stylianides, for Talkback.

The Sofa of Time, is written by (and co-stars) Spaced's Nick Frost alongside comic Matt King. It also features Spaced regulars Mark Heap (as Marmite the Dwarf), Julia Deakin, Peter Serafinowicz, and Simon Pegg as well as Kevin Eldon and Joseph Marcell (of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air fame).

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The Sofa Of Time pt 2 ( 26mb)

01 The Sofa Of Time pt 2 28:04

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The Sofa Of Time pt 1 ( 26mb)

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