If you’re looking for a really good underrated film, look up Clockwork Mice.
It seems impossible to get hold of, the limited copies seem to be extortionately priced. But if it’s ever on TV, Netflix’s, or whatever other less than legal methods to watch it – if you really like your running films it is worth checking out. Continue reading “The Song of the Ungirt Runners”
“What do you want to do with your life?”
“What career do you want?”
These are questions I remember being bombarded with at school from people who have no clue about having a proper job (i.e. teachers and career officers). I really don’t think the school method of preparing children for life was helpful.
I am going to guess (based on a sample of friends, acquaintance, work colleagues and family) that 90% have never known what we want to do and the chosen ‘career’ we are on is just by luck or what we fell into. Continue reading “Wherever it takes me (aka what I would probably tell my future child)”
It was the final year with Mrs Sutton as the teacher for form 9S.
We had been with her since 5S (so four years). And as each year went by we gradually molded into one of the better class groups in the school.
Next we would be in Year 10 and so we would be getting a teacher that specialised in the ‘older’ children. Continue reading “The First (and only) ‘Best Planner Signer’… 1997”
Facebook… the golden years
When I first joined Facebook it was great, it was a peak for my social years at University and Facebook was still a Univesity/College thing. Therefore it was a great way of supplementing the social scene on campus.
Most people I was friend’s with live about 5 miles in distance, we did similiar courses and went on the same nights out. Continue reading “The Facebook Blackout”