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Wednesday, September 19, 2007

19 September 2007

Sorry about the lack of updates. Well in the last week I have returned to College, just a shame the timetable is still not sorted out, as missed a bloody lesson this morning. Doh. Meanwhile had plenty of fun at the Duke of Wellington on Friday, for the triple birthday celebrations, the highlight being everyone singing Bohemian Rhapsody, while it was disapointing to see the England team get destroyed by South Africa in the Rugby World Cup. Afterwards me, Jamie Van Der Westhuizen and his cousins managed to survive, at another pub until about 3am in the morning (Steve Valder, Mathew Wilkinson, and Marcos were also present but left earlier), talking about all kinds of things esp the wonderful areas of Sussex.

There will be some entrys about a day in the life of being a 'mature' student at Haywards Heath College coming very soon, along with more pictures for the website.

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Saturday, September 08, 2007

9th September 2007

Not too much has been going on the last week. I have had a bad cold that has included headaches that have felt like my head 'getting checked by a jumble jet'. The news about the Albion has been impressive. With no more challenges to the Falmer decision and the Albions impressive form. Only blip was due to me feeling unwell, I did not meet up with my old school mate Eddie Biddle last Saturday at Harry's Bar in Worthing, due to the cold and also the fact I had my Seagulls top on. Surprisingly it seems that Brightonians seem to think that Worthing has been a dead town since the early 1990s (when Sterns closed), well that was the view of Brett Mendoza, Andy Rumble and Jude Marley. Who when I told them I was going to a Hardcore music thing at Worthing, looked at me as if I was going to go to some fantasy fairy tea party. Hopefully I can prove them wrong when I next go to Harrys Bar.

Meanwhile I enrolled at Central Sussex Haywards Heath on Friday, and saw the nearly completed new campus, though I will be spending the whole year in the cosy old campus. Plus a few people from the previous year will be starting alongside me in Kat, Gail and Annie. Looking forward to the fine education offered by the likes of Carol Gray, and Elizabeth Brooks.

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Friday, August 31, 2007

31st August 2007

Well in the last week, I have managed to get my rent arrears completly sorted out and cleared. I celebrated by attending some Hardcore thing at Concorde 2 in Brighton on Friday night, and bumped into the legendary Eddie Biddle my old school friend, who will hopefully invite me to some raves similar events in the Worthing area. The night in general was quite good apart from the disapointment of Slipmatt not turning up. I ended up walking up to Brighton Station with bells ringing in my ears, which was frustrating though I was cheered up by the company of two fine Aussie girls. Advice make sure you bring ear plugs to future events like these, as it may result in you having hearing aids by the time you reach 40 years of age. LOL

 The following day I decided to venture down to Eastbourne seeing as the weather was lovely and wanted to get out of creepy Crawley for the day, I ventured from the Pier along the almost seemingly neverending seafront to one of Sussexs most beautiful and most deadly spots Beachy Head, wish I had a camera as would have taken some pics. On the way back to Eastbourne Station I encountered a friendly homeless Brighton born man with a North American accent who let me have a LeeAnn Rimes album for £2, plus witnessed a guy get pinned down by the poice with his wife/ gfriend busting into tears nearby.

On Sunday I managed to survive 16 hours at McCarthy Towers, Burgess Hill enjoying Mr McCarthys BBQ, the infamous pass the parcel which I won some torchlights, and the dance competition which came 3rd despite glitchs that included Kevin Ticehurst being paired up with me at the last minute though I ended up dancing on my own, and put in a impressive performance to finish 3rd out of 3 people. Despite me threatening to walk out due to the glitches. I also did a bit of DJING playing Hacienda Classics, which Mark Potter the Steps fan branded crap. Typical. Considering he also regarded Ian Harte as a class player at Leeds when Peter Chapman said like his other fellow Leeds fans, Ian Harte was a awful player.

I then spent the rest of the night watching Wrestling managing to beat all the Wrestling mad fans, despite the fact I am not intrested in Wrestling, at all. I spent the rest of the night listening to 80's music with Mr McCarthy, Tom Witham, Neil Kane, Peter Chapman, Kevin Ticehurst and his other half. Pictures will come up soon.

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