Musical Nostalgia

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Musical Nostalgia

I was in the car today when “Kings Of The Wild Frontier” came on the radio. Adam Ant was my first musical hero, I thought he was awesome. I guess I was about 8 when I started buying his singles. Other bands from that era that impacted me in a big way include the Human League and Frankie Goes To … Read More

List Of The Week-ish #12

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List Of The Week-ish #12

Decided that I really should change the title of these LOTW. My good intentions go right out of the window as time becomes more and more limited and, when I have the time to blog, I want to write about other stuff. So, from hereon, this portion of the blog shall be known as – *drumroll* – LIST OF THE … Read More

The End Of (Another) Era

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The End Of (Another) Era

The Sunday just passed should be the last time that Vikki and I attend a ComicCon/similar as a seller of sweary merchandise. And it is not a moment too soon. 2008 was when we first started doing conventions. The credit crunch happened and our sales dropped. We needed more of that folding green stuff (which isn’t really green and you … Read More

Accepting Your Limitations

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Accepting Your Limitations

When I was in my early twenties I decided the following: 1) That I was going to win a Grammy 2) I was going to win an Oscar 3) I was going to be Mr Olympia Not only had I decided on those three things, I determined that they would be within the SAME YEAR! Nothing like setting your goals … Read More

Starting A New Business

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Starting A New Business

I’ve been a bit tardy when it comes to blog posts this past week or two, mainly because I am in the throes of setting up a new business, WhatSupp? As you may have guessed from the name, it is a supplement business, crucially one to locate and sell hard-to-find supplements. I also want to stock a vegan range and … Read More

List Of The Week #11

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List Of The Week #11

It’s been a couple of weeks. I know. When I started LOTW, I honestly thought it would be a proper LOTW. But, carrying on with apparent tradition, here is the List Of Wheneverthefuckilike! WATCHED “Ozarks”. Have you seen it? It is epic. A Netflix Original (those guys are knocking it out of the park), I was drawn to it being … Read More

An Awkward Moment

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An Awkward Moment

Like most boys under the age of about 50, there isn’t much funnier than drawing a huge penis on something. Be it a forehead, a bible or an ancient chalk carving in an English hillside, us chaps have been representing our genitals anywhere and everywhere since time immemorial, me included. This activity is not big or clever but it is … Read More

Has Bodybuilding Gotten Too Big?

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Has Bodybuilding Gotten Too Big?

It’s a sad week for those of us that are into bodybuilding. As minority sports go, it has enjoyed it’s biggest resurgence in recent years since the 1970s when Arnold Schwarzenegger first appeared in the classic documentary, “Pumping Iron“. Thanks to the internet and YouTube, more and more people were being introduced to the strange world of bodybuilding. When I … Read More

List Of The Week #10

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I know I keep banging on about the weather but I really cannot remember a summer like this. Apart from a brief period of time in June, the prevailing weather in the UK throughout July and August has been cool, overcast and rainy. This sucks big, hairy balls. Winters are long in Britain and it is those few months of … Read More

Time Travelling

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Time Travelling

Do you ever time travel? I do. I’ve done it all my life. Of course, I am not talking about time travel in the sci-fi sense, but the time travelling that I suspect most of us do – or at least have done – to our detriment. Let me explain. I first time travelled as a child when the school … Read More