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Friday, April 18, 2008

18th April 2008

I have spent the last week taking it easy from college and fighting my depression, I managed to arrange some counselling appointment through Connexions in Crawley, the sessions will start next week possibly. Been a bit frustrated about the wait but hopefully it will help me get over the difficulties of the last 4 years since leaving home. Also I will not sort out my council flat application until I have finished the course, and am in a better state financially, spiritual, and physically.

Meanwhile I attended the REMF game last Friday, watching the match enjoying beers with Ben Miller, and Mr and Mrs Sebbage. Overall the mighty Seagulls featuring the likes of Andy Rumble, Scott McCarthy, and Simon Barrett, manged to win on penaltys.

On the train back traveling up with the Miles Brothers, we witnessed some hilarious scenes from Hassocks Station to Burgess Hill there were two drunk guys who hilariously on the orders of police dumped their bottled drinks at Hassocks Station smashing on the floor everywhere outside the train luckily, both were singing. Though by the time the train arrived at Burgess Hill one had completely passed out and the other guy had to drag the person (George or Jose possibly Jose was a slurred version of George) out.


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Monday, April 07, 2008

7th April 2008

I managed to save a neighbours life on Saturday night, I was watching TV in the lounge, when I thought I could hear someone groaning, and faintly asking for help. It was just after midnight and everyone where I live were just about fast asleep. I went to disturb Eamonn Rea, who was enjoying his dreams about naked blonde Swedish women messing about with Harps. We explored around the outside of the building and found one of our elder neighbours on the floor drunk (he rarely gets drunk), apparently he had been to his sons housewarming party just down the road. We both managed to get him out the cold and into the warmth of the indoors.

It was lucky I was up after midnight, if I had gone to bed a bit earlier I would not have heard his crys, and he would have frozen to death.

Meanwhile it is the easter holidays for me, and I will be in attendance of the REMF game on Friday cheering on my fellow Brighton supporters.

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Thursday, April 03, 2008

3rd April 2008

I have been busy with homework, so there is little to report, but I was reading this amazing story last week that left me speechless.

From The Sun
Transsexual Thomas, 34, shocked the world when a picture was released showing his bearded face and growing belly.

The Hawaiian ex-lesbian kept his female reproductive organs and is nearly six months pregnant.

In clips from the show, which will be aired tomorrow, Thomas says: "I'm a person and I have the right to have my own biological child."

The amazing revelations have been questioned by sceptics, but the Chicago-based talk show said Oprah had interviewed Thomas, his wife Nancy, their doctor and pals of the pair.

According to the clips from the show, Nancy tells how a hysterectomy left her unable to conceive.

Thomas said: "If Nancy could get pregnant, I wouldn't be doing this."

When he switched gender, Thomas had his breasts removed and began taking testosterone in a bid to grow facial hair.
But after keeping his female reproductive organs, Thomas fell pregnant through artificial insemination.

He expects to deliver a girl around July 3.

In an interview with an American magazine, he wrote: "Wanting to have a biological child is neither a male nor female desire, but a human desire."

Meanwhile I break up next week and plan to attend the REMF game at Lewes, and save money going to another music gig and finally get the fashion section finished. Musicwise I have been hooked to the Azuli Miami 2008 Underground Music Festival, full of class underground house and techno music.

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