Welcome to my blog. Here I will post my views on both the real world and the sporting world, football mainly.
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Friday, 17 January 2014

Lost in Communication

While standing in the bank, on the phone to the bank or more accurately ‘currently held in a queue’ to said bank, I got to thinking… Has the communication era brought us only benefits?
Of course there are great advantages to being in constant contact with the whole wide world. No doubt countless lives have been saved thanks to immediate and reliable connections. Remote areas are now more accessible than ever. Letters and messages can be delivered in an instant. Celebrities can be limited to 140 characters. However, there are some drawbacks to being instantly accessible to everyone, everywhere.

Sunday, 11 August 2013

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Thursday, 5 July 2012

Literally speaking...

I literally had to write this
It just literally poured out
Yet as I'm literally not a writer
This literally could be a disaster.

I'm literally pulling my hair out
As people literally exaggerate their lives
It's literally a habit now
We literally do it all the time.

The End, literally.

Friday, 20 January 2012

Rhetorical Question #10

Many people have fond memories of the good old days but in what year or decade did the good turn bad?

Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Over-analyse this, that and the other

Has anyone else noticed the growing tendency to over-analyse shows and events on TV? As a TV sports fan I like my share of reaction and analysis but it’s getting out of hand, certainly given the economic state and mood of the country. Clearly there is a need for subject-dedicated channels and in-depth coverage of important events but do we need so many pundits on the payroll?