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    I was scammed last month by attempting to buy concert tickets at tickettout.com, who went into administration last week. 7,000 suctomers have lost around 1.4m pounds, and of course have no tickets for the events they wanted. The campaign website http://www.tickettout.org is in contact with the administrators of 'Ticket Tout Ltd'. If you have any information that may be relevant or credible in the investigation of tickettout.com please email through their site with any relevant facts which can be passed directly on to the administrators, who will be able to inform the DTI. The DTI are currently investigating the directors of Ticket Tout Ltd, and are seeking useful information that will also link tickettout Ltd to other online sites under investigation. tickettout.org is also interested in hearing from anyone in relation to any other unscrupulous online ticketing sites? Has anyone else been victim to online touts? If so, which sites and what happened? Thanks!

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    "Flying with the Wolves"

    It started as a mad cap idea, but now it really looks as if it's happening – a group of Cardiff City fans will literally be taking to the air on Saturday, January 20th 2006 to show support to their team in their Championship match against Wolverhampton Wanderers.

    As is well known now, Wolves' Board, on the advice of the West Midlands Police, are banning all Cardiff fans from attending the match on January 20th due to "a history of past violence at the fixture".

    Last year, 17 people were arrested at the game, and Cardiff City FC was charged by the FAW for failing to control their fans. This, it would appear, is what the decision to ban Cardiff fans has been based upon. However, what most of the media fail to report is;

    1. Of the 17 arrests, not all were Cardiff fans

    2. Subsequently, only 1 charge was bought against those 17 arrests

    3. The FAW, after lengthy deliberation, dropped all charges against the football club, saying there was no case against them.

    Therefore, what is the justification, on these facts, to ban Cardiff fans from attending the game on the 20th ?

    Naturally, Cardiff City fans are aggrieved at this perceived injustice – but now, the Football Supporters Federation, a non-partisan, voluntary body representing the interests of all football fans, have organized a peaceful protest in Wolverhampton on the morning of the game – fans from all across the UK, representing the vast majority of football clubs, have shown huge support to the cause. They believe that the ban imposed on Cardiff fans sets a very dangerous precedent that could have all sorts of negative implications for football fans all across the UK.

    So why are a small bunch of Cardiff fans sidestepping the ban by taking to the air ?

    In some peoples view, it's just a bit of a laugh, or a bit of an empty gesture to protest in this way. A little bit of hot air even !

    In reality, there is a lot more substance to the event. This novel way of supporting the team will have a lot of pragmatic outputs;

    1. It will raise the profile of the injustice of the ban, and get all parties talking to find more constructive ways forward in the future.

    2. Cardiff City Supporters groups have proved that constructive dialogue with clubs, police and football authorities over the years have had a tremendously positive effect on the amount of trouble and subsequent arrests made around football matches over recent times – indeed, Cardiff's approach is now being used as a model on a much broader scale.

    3. There is no argument whatsoever with the Wolves players or fans – indeed, the Wolves fan groups have been the most supportive of all to the protest taking place on the 20th. Which group of fans wants to attend home matches with no opposition fans to sing to, shout at and have some friendly banter with – as well as enjoying a drink and a chat with them before and after games ? So the appearance of the airship whilst the match is on will give the Wolves fans an opportunity to have something to direct their passions towards – it will help in a very small way to make the occasion more enjoyable for them.

    4. Players from both sides thrive on atmosphere – the appearance of the airship will make Wolves players realize that their opposition has support, and this will spur them on to greater efforts. But this won't be a self destructive move on the Cardiff aviators' behalf – hopefully, the Cardiff players will also appreciate that a huge number of their fans will have been showing support to them in Wolverhampton that day, and the appearance of a small group of those fans in the airship will be a symbol of that support. So the net result will be two groups of players trying that bit harder – a positive outcome all round.

    These are just some of the reasons why a few Cardiff fans will be flying the flag in Wolverhampton on January 20th.

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    BigTongue
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    Well here goes with my 1st blog entry.

    Haven’t posted much recently because I’ve been having loads of hassle with my internet. BT Yahoo are a bunch of inept w*nkers. 2 months of constant breaks in connection, download speeds similar to 512k dial up when I’m meant to be on 6.5meg & their lack of response to numerous emails ended in me cancelling my direct debit to try and speed them up. Result – an invoice telling me to pay up the rest of my contract by today. Don’t know if there is an ‘or else’, will just have to wait and see. This is actually being written on Word so I can copy/paste it without fear of my connection freezing in the middle.

    So, Happy New Year. Except it wasn’t. Over a year ago, the company I work for, cashline machine makers NCR, said they were going to open a new production plant in Hungary that would compliment the Dundee factory in the expansion into Eastern Europe/Russia. NCR already have production plants here, Canada, USA, Brazil, China & India. We immediately started questioning the company about the future of Dundee. ‘Don’t worry’ they said.

    Speculation had been building up towards the end of last year with our weekly production totals tumbling as Hungary took more & more of the orders and the company refusing to comment to the workers, union, local councillors & MSPs/MPs about fears. This led to a rather tense Christmas/New Year and culminated in last weeks events.

    Last Tuesday the company gave us a meeting telling us they were going to issue a statement telling us when they would issue a statement telling us when they would be having a meeting giving a statement of what was going to happen to the company. WTF!!!!!

    So last Thursday a mass meeting took place. 650 shop floor workers & about 150 office/management. Did the bigwig CEO come to talk to us? NO! He sent a video telling us how sorry he was that he couldn’t be there personally and gave the usual corporate bullsh*t about restructuring & changing markets. A minion, sent on the CEO’s behalf, then gave a PowerPoint slideshow telling us how many job cuts there would be. Even the minion wouldn’t verbally tell us. 650 job losses in Dundee, made up of roughly 550 shop floor & 100 office/management. Canada, USA & Brazil all effectively closing with about 500 jobs lost. Don’t yet know who exactly is going but to be honest I don’t see the company being in Dundee for much longer so I think its time to get out.

    My first thought? I’ll be luck to get to 1 festival this year, let alone the 3-4 I was planning. Aye, Happy New Year.

    So what am I going to do now? I’m not going to get a job anywhere near my current salary without having a major skill. I was a plumber’s labourer for 3 years and know the basics so doing a plumbing course to get a certificate is a serious thought. I’ve worked in bars & a hotel so that’s a fall back. I’d like to get into the building/renovating property market but would need a lot of capital. I quite fancy finding out about midwifery (NOT for the reasons, those of you that know me, might think!). The most radical idea is to sell my flat, pay off all my debts and go travelling. My redundancy won’t be great as I’ve only been at NCR for 7 years. I reckon after paying the mortgage & credit cards I would have a substancial amount left, not that I would want to use it all. Would I be running away from finding a job or using this opportunity to do something I’ve always wanted to do? Who knows?

    It’s been an emotional weekend so the mind may be a bit cloudy and any decisions will have to be seriously thought about. Time will tell.

    Anyway, until I see you in a field or at a meet, enjoy.

    Phil

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    DannyJay
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    work was actually REALLY good today, i normally enjoy it but today was just a bit more. Everyone seemed to be getting on and having a joke and stuff. which is awesome! I just need to work my balls off trying to save for my new car now.... eek... Im considering making this years trip to Glasto my current cars last journey.... which would be an awesome send off :blink:

    Im getting a bit too excited about Glasto now.. hehe!!

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    Well it's been a tough 2 months in the hedge household. The father in law, after overoming Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma through months of chemo and a bone marrow transplant six years ago, found out he had liver cancer in early November. A week later it was diagnosed as large bowel cancer that had developed to his liver :blink:

    He then started to go downhill very quickly hanging on until xmas day so he could see his Grandson - my son - open his xmas present (new bike) before he was admitted later that afternooon. We lost him in the early hours on New Years Eve and to be honest we were all glad the suffering had ended. To see someone go downhill so quickly was heartbreaking. He kept his sense of humour to the end and over the last 2 months he has been an inspiration to me.

    We are all still very positive and although life will be difficult we have all the memories to carry us through :huh:

  1. Im moving into the house tomorrow....... Am I?? Dare I to believe this?! I've had more false starts in the last 2 months than Doug Ellis has fired Villa managers so I can't quite bring myself to accept that this time tomorrow I'll be unpacking... Last weekend seemed a dead cert for the move...so much so that I turned down the chance of meeting up with 5co77ie to watch Argyle, but at the last minute it was all called off..

    But now we're all exchanged of contracts and its gonna occur!!!

    Cue sorting out phone lines electricity broadband connections and playstation (i know my priorities!)... :ph34r:

    Stay tuned bloggers to see how it all goes tomorrow! :)

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    It was quite a good weekend all in all. On Friday, we went to a free punk gig featuring First Among Equals in a local pub, and the atmosphere was quite lively, though nobody was pogoing! Then we had another band on that we hadn't expected, so that was cool. And there was a little more jumping around, because there had been a little more imbibing by then.

    There was even a fight behind the scenes, though all we saw of it was the barmaid with the first aid kit. So a pretty good grassroots rock 'n roll night.

    Then last night, we had a really good free bonfire display in the castle grounds. I always love it, because the atmosphere's electric. There's a funfair and stalls, and lots of music. It's good fun.

    And free's a really good word just now. :ph34r:

  3. Um, I've just been blindly typing on another keyboard and wondering why nothings coming out but eventually I found the right keyboard, so at least I've achieved something :ph34r: (stops for quick fag break after all that exercise). My house is at the freezing point of nitrogen (63K in case you're interested) and my fingers have just broken off but I will continue to type with my stubs,why?, because you deserve to be this bored. Have just returned from Bonnie! Scotland, the enigma of the tartan mafia has been Damascian after sitting in a caravan with rain bleaching every window. Anyway, enough of non-pc talk more about ending a relationship.Why is it that you can love someone and still have nothing to say to them? Maybe it's just me , maybe I'm insensitive or maybe I should just go to bed but I still think that a lot of people endure crap times without even questioning it. Mmmm, some people should not be allowed alcohol, will post something more relevant to a blog when I is sober :)

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    gregory
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    SPOILER FREE:

    Well, i'm LOVING season three of lost. Episode 3 was one of the best episodes yet I think, shame it'll all be over for another 3 months in 16 days.

    Will try and keep this blog updated on my freshers uni life. Will prevent me from doing actual work anyway! :ph34r:

  4. ... people think it's glamourous.

    Bloody isn't tho :D

  5. TheBoyInTheBubble
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    Well I feel truly alive. I've just driven to my mate's house to drop off his wallet (he'd left it in the pub last night) when my car swerved on a wet patch in the road. If I had been a second or two later, I would have hit a car coming the other way. Instead, I just righted myself and carried on going. Life feels flipping great!

  6. Last week my Da had to go see his Consultant at the hospital, After 30 yrs of illness he finally got a diagnosis last yr of " Palindromic Rheumatism " From what we have read online, etc its quite a rareish illness and its blinking hard to diagnose,

    Last week my parents arrived at my house my Ma was quite agitated, My Da was upset but was boiling ...

    From what transpired my father was made to feel like he was wasting consultants time .. He has to have blood tests every 2 weeks with regards his drugs .. ( at gp,s ) ...

    The consultant said my father didnt need the blood tests every couple of weeks any more , My ma only a mere mortal pointed out that my da was on a drugs trial and surely would require more monitoring as per instruction from himself ( consultant ) Who had advised this trail would last 12 mnths .. ( da,s been on drugs 6 mnths) His organs are at great risk .. He took this trail becuase of pain ... So needs some sort of reassurance every couple of weeks ..

    The consultant then got really arsey with my da , My fathers Irish and sometimes his accent is slightly hard to understand ..I mean VERY slightly , He suddenly turned ... Stating loudly sorry I dont understand a word your saying ...( my da has lived in UK for 35 yrs ... ) As you can imagine the room became quite HOT ........ nothing was resolved , He even asked wether my father needed an interpreter, My parents calmly stood up and left ...But before they left Outpatients my mother sort of made a largish speech ( stood on a chair ) addressing the queue ... warning the poor souls of their inpending visit to consultant ,

    I,m happy they are my parents , They stand up to the establishment quite often ... I had a childhood of hanging about nuclear installations, Fighting the cause.......... Getting arrested etc ... ( not me mother) ...

    Not bad for a 60 yr old .. Just wish she,d slow down ..

  7. in5omniac
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    Yeah, I haven't blogged in a while, couldn't be arsed.

    So on saturday Deutsche Harru moved into my house, I went to a wedding do on saturday evening, then had a meal in York on sunday, and a meal in Sheffield on monday before going out drinking with Sophie, harru and some work mates. Today is mine and Sophies one year together so its all good.

  8. Lofty
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    I read in the paper yesterday a lad my age who's 6'9@ has just signed a 3.5 Million deal playing basketball in the NBA, getting 170k a week, which is more than any premiership footballer! And I'm pulling pints in a working man's club :rolleyes:

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    My dad is very good at playing the lottery, he wins a tenner every now and then. After his latest victory of two wins of £10 after buying ten tickets (for the mathematically retarded---> that is equal to a £10 profit), I suddenly thought... Maybe I have the lottery winning gene!!! This realisation was swiftly followed by another: I am poor - so poor, in fact, that i'm now even poorer than my mum! Now I know what you're thinking, "Paul, you can't possibly be that poor. Your mum is the poorest person on the planet, she uses cheese as a deodarant". But trust me, I am very poor.

    So I decided to limit myself to playing the lottery 5 times - £5. Within 10 minutes, my Online National Lottery account was set up, into which i'd transferred £5 from my bank (it really was too easy). Within 10 days, my lottery account balance was down to £1, and my winnings so far? Bugger all. This wouldn't have been so bad, were it not for the fact that i'd started spending money as if I had already got my imaginary winnings (e.g. sausages at Summer Sundae, Cadbury's Snack bars, William Hut CD's, a penis tattoo).

    My spirits were low. The stress of knowing that I must win with my final £1 was overpowering me, and the big decision of which 6 numbers to select was looming. It was monday the 14th of August, so I targeted the saturday 19th draw... this would be my d-day (the 'd' standing for 'donut', my traditional celebratory food). I calmed myself, and I fell quickly asleep after a particularly painful self-sex session (it hurt so bad that I may as well have used a crocodile to stimulate it, but hell, my penis has "THE COMMODORE" tattooed on it - maybe I should've given him a shorter nickname, 'cause the tattooist couldn't fit it in a straight line from base to head so he had to spiral it round all the way down... jazzy).

    My slumber generated a vivid dream. No, not a sex dream. I was in a shop, buying a lottery ticket... I saw the numbers on the ticket, and the concious part of my mind made a mental note of that image. I awoke almost straight after this, and although the dream didn't tell me that I was going to win with these numbers, it was pretty obvious that I would. I bought the ticket for the saturday draw using the numbers from the dream. That evening, I made the mistake of telling my friend Howie about my dream... he bought a ticket for the lottery too... doh. Ah well, if i'm gonna be rich, he might as well be too. But i'm not greedy. I'd be delighted to bag three numbers and claim a tenner.

    Saturday night. We were out at Spoons, as Darren was leaving for Australia the next day and we wanted to see him off with a bit of drunken fun. Of course, I probably wouldn't have gone if I hadn't known that I was about to win on the lottery. Howie the number thief was there, and we were both eager to know the results of the draw. Howie is a clever bitch and has the internet on his phone, so he searched for the draw result... This was it.... 24 hour Tesco had bags of donuts that were just sitting there waiting for me....

    Fair to say it was a pretty big disappointment when not one of my numbers came up... perhaps even more disappointing than when I cut my penis by falling off the toilet. The dream of being a millionaire, thousandaire or tenneraire was dead. I decided to drown my sorrows. I was at an all-time low, and I only had £10 left in my wallet. I asked Darren if he wanted a farewell drink... Amaretto and coke, ok. Up to the bar I went. Two pints for me that cost £1.90 each, one drink for him... £7.30 altogether?!?! This Amaretto had better be nice, maybe i'll drink half of it on the way back to Darren and say that I spilt it. I handed the barman my last tenner. He fumbled around with a bag of pound coins whilst I brooded over my losses. 'Maybe I should run away with the drinks!', I thought, but the logic behind this was flawed as i'd already given him my money, and i'd just be running away from my change. Clearly I was a bit pissed already.

    The barman took an exceptionally long time to give me my precious change. 'He's a retard', I thought to myself. 'Maybe I should tell him that I think he's a retard'. I opened my mouth to tell him, but he had thrust my change into my hand before I had a chance. I calmly put it into my pocket and carried the drinks back to the table, with a smug grin on my face. The barman had given me too much change.... £10 too much, in fact, he must have thought i'd given him a twenty pound note to pay. Mwhahaha! I don't care if he realised his mistake as I was walking away, I was in too greedy a mood to care!

    Suddenly it all made sense. This was my win. I wouldn't have been there that night had I not thought I was going to win on the lottery. I would have been grateful for a £10 win, and I got it... On the Lottery of Life. I had learnt that you might well follow your dreams, and that's ok, but don't expect them to fall into place without any effort on your part. In the end, you have to make yourself happy, because nobody really cares that much to do it for you.

    This makes me happy, it reminds me of a simpler time:

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    Thanks for reading :rolleyes:

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  9. One of my fav bands when I was younger, My Life Story, have got a new album out:

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    And that's my tattoo (it isn't me in the pic). And my username is from a My Life Story song.

    I'm starting to look like a right obsessive freak aren't I?

    I'm not really, I'm quite normal. It just struck me as a weird coincidence.

    They're playing in london on the 8th December - I quite fancy going for old time's sake.

  10. fenderstratz
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    I'm taking a break from the cut and thrust of electrical engineering for a well deserved 15 minutes! All my colleagues are out of the office on holiday or out on site so i'm left here fielding everyones calls and answering a heap of questions and queries on issues ranging from power consumption to heat loss and cooling factors.....yes my job really is that interesting.

    I can't wait to get home, crack open a tinny and fire up the playstation, of course not before i've made the kids a meal, tidied the house, bathed the baby, got him to bed, done the dishes and ironed my shirt for tomorrow, should be around 10pm before i finally sit down. :D

    My wife works 2-10 on Wednesdays through to Fridays to save on childcare costs so i'm on house husband duties on those days. Still, i'm quite used to it by now and it's not as bad as all that really, i'd much rather be busy in the comfort of my own home than elsewhere. At least i get to spend some quality time with the kids, well the litle guy at least as he's still much too small to disappear off with his friends as soon as i'm in the house like his sisters do, leaving a trail of untidiness in their wake.

    Right then, enough complaining, i'm off to make myself a cup of tea and then it's back to the grindstone for me, i have many boring tasks to carry out before i can plot my escape :P

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    Well, in less than 15mins I shall be 19. woo-bloody-hoo . . . B)

    Well another year down, many more to go.

    Heres to another year. *cheers*

  11. Would you believe it.....no work today....I can stay in bed for as long as I want to....so ....I'm up and about at 6.00am.... B)

    Well I did have to get up and move my car...as I kind of abandoned it last night.....but still....am I that conditioned into early rising ??

    Went out visiting last night....on the hunt for some sedation....major drought round here....found someone to share what they had with me, which was very nice....even more reason to sleep in.....had lots of calls and texts about the weather this weekend at Beautiful Days....they've nearly talked me into taking my car...(so that I can fill it full of stuff), instead of getting a lift with me fat old mate Andy....I spose....I could take a comfy bed, instead of the much hated sleeping bag.....Hmmm....comfy bed/ much hated sleeping bag....comfy bed/ much hated sleeping bag.....Arghhhh...dilema....

    P'raps a hot bath and more bed......

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    OK so il start simple, my names nick, and im just another disfunctional 18 year old unsure on where my life path is taking me! Its currently 00:20 and im lieing in bed typing this on my newly recieved laptop that arrived today, saved all summer for this and should make uni that bit easier!

    Im not going to lie my english skills are very limited and i have a knack at managing to type exciting things in quite a boring way which is why i very rarely email people. Its so much better to talk, you can put animation into speach whereas only those with talent can do the same with text!

    Iv decided this post will simply be "get to know me" post! My job involves watching people for long peroids of time, cleaning and being able to swim! Ye im a lifeguard and i absolutely love it! Theres always something happening and the staff are the best ive ever worked with. Behind my friends this will be the thing i miss most when i go to uni!

    Unfortunetely life aint all a bed of roses, recently i was diagnosed with chrons disease. Those unfamiliar with this disease can easily assatain the key features of this disease by a simple googl search. I try not to let it restrict my life but obviously there is only so mcuh alcohol i can handle before i suffer pain which as an 18 year old completely sucks!

    Last thing il say is im going to V and leeds fest this year and i absolutely cant wait! Leeds, i am especially looking forwad to as a lot of bands i love are playing this year. V fest seems a lot more radio1 orientated and not being huge fans of either radiohead or morrisey the headliners dont really give it an edge for me whereas pearl jam and muse are currently two of my fave bands!

    That will do for now, if anyone has taken the time to read this im sorry its been boring but it is late and i had a tiring fottie match earlier. Hopefully the next entry will be slighlty more interesting!

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    Well, sort of stumbled (not literally) through this weekend. Got quite pissed last night to console myself cos I had my car impounded last week, cos of no tax (yes, yes, I know very sloppy). So, the upshot is I need a new vehicle. Therefore, I had to sell My Beautiful Days ticket to try and raise some cash. Pretty fooked off really, but that's life I guess. Really wanted to buy tix for the Kasabian gig at the MEN but sort of resisted. It's a bast innit....responsibility/fun, fun/responsibilty. Arrrrrgggghhh, me fookin head hurts.

    I decided what I need in life is some bloody excitement, something mad and bad and dangerous and different to happen.

    Let it be soon. :ph34r:

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    Well just woke to find our country is in dissoray over terrists. Lifes a blast (no pun intented). I have just had a nutritious breakfast, pot noodle. I've just applied for a job in a care centre as a chef, hmm life doesn't get any better.

    Well i write anymore as ive done nothing else sooooooo over and out.

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    Me and the man, the BooBoo, went to the Black Cat Cafe on Mill Road in Cambridge for a smoothie and some cake. Cambridge was very humid and we were sweating lots and lots!

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    Ok, so my consultant is an idiot, we KNEW this from the begining....

    I mean, the man looks just like Rob Brydon, and is unable to go a full sentance without saying "umm" or repeating himself. But ya know, he is curing my cancer and all that, so I've been letting things lie, but now he really has proved his moronity ( i invented a word to express my rage)

    Cause Reginald (my cancer) is being akward, my chemo dates have been moved forward, which means that my last chemo (well, the last of the planned 6) is exactly a week prior to the day I go to V festival, which means that my check up date is at the same time i should be getting onto a train to Stafford.

    Well I've expressed my concern with this, and asked if i can come in a day early, which apparently is fine, according to some other consultant i deal with when Rob Brydon is busy, but the worry is, my blood count will get very low whilst i'm away.

    THIS HAS HAPPENED EVERY TIME I'VE HAD CHEMO YOU MORONS!!!!!

    and every time it happens, they give me some pills and some stuff to inject myself with to raise my bloodcount, so why can't they just give that to me on the thursday? Because Rob isn't sure, and even though he was supposed to decide if i could or not on friday, he said to call him next week.

    Yes, the man DOES know that i need to know, that i have to sell the ticket if i cant go, that i had to borrow money from my godfather to afford this grand weekend out, but does he care? No, not really.

    The man doesnt care about my pains and nausea, he says nothing can help, he won't prescribe me medical marijuana, he just tells me i'll have to deal with the pains and sickness, well i smoke this spliff in your name Rob Brydon, for all the confusion and akwardness you cause, thanks a million!!!

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