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Friday, February 22, 2008

Eastbourne Town and Three Bridges

In the last few weeks I have attended the Sussex Senior Quarter Final game between Three Bridges and Brighton and Hove Albion reserves, which saw the Albion churn out a routine 2-0 against the Sussex County League outfit. Also watching it with the legendary Ken Major, who managed to make it all the way up to grim East Crawley. One of the highlights as shown in the picture, was the wonderful tea and mugs (not the yobbos the proper cups.  

 Just under 2 weeks ago, I traveled to sunny Eastbourne (yes it seems sunny for even this time of year), to watch the Sussex derby between Eastbourne Town and Burgess Hill, which was a thrilling encounter with some goals that ended 2-2. The highlight however was after the match and long after the Seagulls had stupidly threw away all 3 points. I was waiting for a train outside Eastbourne Station, and after chatting to a lovely gal named Becky who was a bit short on cash, I noticed a young trio of lads wandering about the Stationhouse in white masks. They were then bizarrely led out of the station by a employee of Southern railway. So they had to wait outside with the rest of their mates.

What was the reason for this mask wearing, was it for some bizarre religion ceremony taking place near Beachy Head, or were they attending a party. Either way it was class and bet they would be able to make a career out of being a suscessful mask wielding boyband. Sorry for the poor quality of the pic, I will try and improve it when I get time.   

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

19th February

Well I have been a busy bunny the last week, I have been moving rooms where I live. In addition to catching up with college work, which I hope to be up to date with by the time I return to college next week.

I have signed up to do some tv and film extra work for a laugh, I decided it would be one of my challenges at the start of the year, to try and at least be a extra on a tv soap, programme, movie, or even a music video with some lovely women. I have signed with a website, and will let you know how it gets on.

Meanwhile I attended a singles night at the Victory Inn, in Brighton on Thursday courtesy of the legendary Brazillian Cleria Humphries, I got in for free, and met some lovely girls, and had plenty of fun. It is early days yet but I will be attending the next night next month.

As for the tennis petition it has reached over 700 members, lets keep on signing the petition.

Some pictures regarding my visit to Eastbourne Town FC, and Three Bridges FC ground will be shown tomorrow, along with a picture of 3 mystery young guys outside Eastbourne Station in weird masks, more details coming up tomorrow. 

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Saturday, February 09, 2008

9th February 2008

I have felt the need to update this website in the light of some recent events the last few days, although NSP, and Strike Factory mentioned about the Burgess Hill School Girls video a few days before the local and NATIONAL media exposed it. Credit goes to Peter Chapman and his WONDERFUL Burgess Hill Uncovered Website, for bring to light the video first. But the video has gained some exposure, with it getting mentions in the local Argus Mid Sussex Leader, and has even gained a mention in the Sun. It has been reported in the Argus by the legendary Simon Barrett.  

 Sadly, the media didn't mention Burgess Hill Uncovered or Strike Factory, althought Bright FM did reference 'A local website'.

Meanwhile a campaign that was started by my good self and Strike Factory, has come back to life, the Save Eastbourne Tennis campaign. Following the Lawn Tennis Assocations decison to announce if they are going to move the tournament to London or not, Strike Factory is actively campaigning for people to sign the petition, and possibly join the Save Eastbourne Tennis group, if they are on Facebook. We are aiming to get over a 1,000 signatures which will be handed over to the LTA at the end of the month. This campaign managed to get some local coverage when it started off, but stalled mostly due to the LTA possibly for a reason, keeping it quiet until March, anyway for more details. Sign the petition at this website.


Facebook Group can be found here


Meanwhile I would like to grant a special apology to Richard Morris, for not mentioning the WONDERFUL discussion we had last week at the Basketmakers arms in Brighton. Discussing about the wonderful Happy Mondays, and hairstyles. It was a experience, Richie.

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