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    Dollar Pound
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    could be a country, with the theme tune as the national anthem

    #237681
    bloodteller
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    Sounds nice but i think it’d get a bit tiresome after a while

    #237684
    Dollar Pound
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    maybe society is supposed to be a bit tiresome because it keeps you sane

    #237687
    tombow
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    it would be mainly middle aged men with sarcastic personalities.

    #237688
    Flap Jack
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    It would be silicone hell, because the kind of people who’d think that Red Dwarf fandom is a good unifying basis for a country are also the exact kind of people who would resent the idea that being a fan of Red Dwarf no longer marks you as clever or special, and would be insufferable to live with as a result. There’d be a class system based on how much trivia you can remember, the politicians would all act like Rimmer at his worst, and anyone who admitted to liking Timewave would be sent to concentration camps.

    #237692
    Dave
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    Like being on holiday with a group of Germans.

    #237698
    Pete Part Three
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    They say that every society is only three Red Dwarf episodes away from revolution.

    Those three episodes are “Back in the Red”.

    #237699

    Depends on which fans.
    The ones in the Facebook groups? Horrible.
    This place? Horrible, but a good kind of horrible.

    #237712
    Hamish
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    You take that back!

    I demand to be horrible too.

    #237716

    I don’t even go to Dimension Jump, so no I’d probably rather not

    #237720
    Dollar Pound
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    dimension jump was in stasis when the accident happened…

    #237736
    Jonsmad
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    I will tell you this weekend.

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