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At 7/2/12 08:57 AM, Bahamut wrote: I've heard back from one employer who are wanting me to see them on Wednesday for my documents and they have a job at a school in Liverpool that starts in September.
Best of luck to you Bahamut, personally I'm doing a lot of work creating graphics for my local area e.g I did some t-shirt designs for a local youth music group a month of so ago and I'm currently working to create something for a circus. I thought they had died out but I guess not. On top of that stuff I'm still keeping up my tattoo designing. Basically professional slacker.
At 7/3/12 08:10 AM, Quinny wrote: "Bonjour?"
God I love Snatch.
Stage 19 of the Tour de France, with Bradley Wiggins in the Yellow Jersey, 2 minutes and 5 seconds up the road from Chris Froome, also of GB / Team Sky. The individual time trial today, before riding victoriously into Paris tomorrow...
Really starting to warm up now. I think that spring is finally here. Same that it's technically the summer now.
This place needed a bump and what more English a way of doing it then a comment about the weather. O' England, strawberries and cream, CRICKET!!!!!
The last post was on my 21st birthday, just another little side note.
At 4/3/13 06:28 AM, Decky wrote: Really starting to warm up now. I think that spring is finally here. Same that it's technically the summer now.
The glorious March snow heralding the arrival of spring was particularly unwelcome.
At 4/2/14 05:07 PM, Decky wrote: Sooo...Elections
How much do we all want to be screwed over by politicians?
b) a lot
c) all the fucking time
d) insert racist comment here
At 4/2/14 06:22 PM, Coop wrote: How much do we all want to be screwed over by politicians?
I'd say all of the above. I voted in the previous election but I'm in two minds as to if I'm going to bother this time. There is a sense that your just picking what kind of arsehole you would most prefer. Then on the other hand it's nice to use your vote. Not falling for Cleggy's false promises this time though.
At 4/3/14 09:57 AM, Decky wrote: Not falling for Cleggy's false promises this time though.
I made that mistake once, I will not do it a second time. However, no matter who I vote for I feel they're gonna do bullshit anyway. Even when a new prime minister takes over I don't see it being a whole lot better so it's a matter of picking your poison here.
At 4/3/14 11:45 AM, Murray wrote:At 4/3/14 09:57 AM, Decky wrote: Not falling for Cleggy's false promises this time though.I made that mistake once, I will not do it a second time.
So did I. I was pissed off with Gordon Brown's clueless management, but did not wish to wake up to the slimy ways of the Tories. Oh, wait.
All politicians are problematic - we need to go back to the days of yore, where the politicians were at least able to have the piss ripped from them in the medium of latex.
Is anybody else worried about the rise of UKIP? I feel that maybe the news is exaggerated their chances of getting a decent amount of seats in the next election and to be fair I don't know anybody that will be voting for them but God if somebody gives them any form of power I can this country descending even further into the shit.