Monthly Archives: July 2012

Dexys – One Day I’m Going To Soar

http://www.amazon.co.uk/One-Day-Im-Going-Soar/dp/B0078ZYXSA Don’t worry I don’t see myself as an aspiring music reviewer but I thought I’d expand on a tweet I made earlier about this album “without being sexist this Dexys CD is a blokes only affair,the sort of album … Continue reading

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Feed Da World

So 27 years ago today Live Aid was held. I clearly remember asking my sister if we should go, as we previously gone together to see Bowie in 1983 on the serious moonlight tour, I’m not forking out £25 and … Continue reading

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BP Portrait Awards

So with the rain hammering down in Bournemouth and the garden project temporarily on hold, Stormy and I decided to make the most of a rainy day and head of up to London to the national Portrait Gallery to look … Continue reading

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Madness

http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Psychopath-Test-ebook/dp/B0050CJNO2/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1341577835&sr=8-4 Just a quick note on the excellent book by Jon Ronson; The Psychopath Test: A Journey through the Madness Industry. Stormy brought me a copy last week knowing how annoying I can be without something to read and equally … Continue reading

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Question Time Calling

Mensch fianlly finding her true calling So I feel great anticipation for tonight’s BBC Question Time as being an ageing Rock Dinosaur myself one of my generations great Punk heroes John Lydon AKA Johnny Rotten is to appear on the … Continue reading

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50 Grades of Numbskull

I’ve been trolling around a lot of bookshops lately, it is exactly this time of year that my brain snaps into life and wants to consume books. I’m a terrible chooser of books, I’d rather just be given something and … Continue reading

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Socialist Apathy

The recent mooted idea of David Cameron abolishing housing benefits for people under 25 seems to be almost greeted by the nation young adults with complete acceptance. Is it because the majority of young people it effects are non university … Continue reading

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