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Friday, November 24, 2006

New name

After a few days, I have decided to revamp the name, to something more sensible than just Strike Factory. I hope you like the new name. Sounds more business like.

 P.S for anyone wanting to look at profile sites of me check out



 Anyway been busy catching up with work, not too much exciting to mention apart from a girl called Amy who keeps on waving at me when I am in class, and she is outside. Is she really intrested in me, or just having fun I was talking to her yesterday, and she seemed nice. Early days yet but who knows. Not had much luck on the girls side. But if you are intrested in me check out my faceparty profile, and send a message. Can anyone give me advice on how to improve my faceparty profile?

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Monday, November 20, 2006


Hello everyone YES. After a fair few months since my last entry I have finally got web access, courtesy of paying the libarys of West Sussex £12 for as much web access as I want on them ( I am currently writing this article at Haywards Heath libary). So whats happened in my life recently. A lot firstly I am now back at college studying Access to Humanities at Central Sussex College in Haywards Heath, meeting people and doing stuff again. Been clubbing and seen a fair bit of football over the summer. I am planning to do History at the University of Sussex at Falmer (SEAGULLS!) if the course goes well. I had a thing with Hollyoaks Mel and Sophie Burton (both in real life the legendary Sussex twins Connie and Cassie Powney nieces of the former Albion legend Brian Powney) over the summer watching their final few months on the soap. Was initially shocked about McGhees departure, but now over it. Been impressed with Peter Crouch's progress now becoming a nationwide cult hero, and not just a guy with about 10 fans from Mid Sussex way. 

Only blots in the last few months, have been being signed off work for 6 months due to depression so receiving incapacity benefits (which sucks), and also still living in the dump that is Crawley (means a automatic ban from Creations) though trying to get out of town and going to see the local open house in Crawley to see if they can resettle me into a nice part of Gods County.

Anyway more to come very soon. Hope you are all delighted to see the return of this legendary site. I aim to once again make it a popular site for all its fans around Sussex, England, UK and the rest of the world. The seagulls are going OK despite Saturdays defeat. Sussex are the best County in England at Cricket (most of the team should be in the England team for crying out loud). Coming soon, the eagerly awaited trip to the Den in South East London to see the Seagulls take on Millwall. Plus will be making a visit to Steyning, with my neighbours to see the delights of their annual Christmas Festival.  Plus my activitys over Christmas. 

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Thursday, May 25, 2006

25th May 2006

Well just as I go to press I see the Enron people have been.... oh sorry thats very boring lets not discuss that. Well been a bit busy the last few days, I did visit the legendary Haywards Heath campus of Central Sussex College, and found out they do have a adult history course, and also have invited me to do a politics course, due to my experience of politics as a Sussex Youth MP, and Youth Councilor. And could possibly lead to uni. I also visited the Other House of Love ( the original one being Norman Cooks residence in Hove), in Ifield on the outskirts of Creepy Crawley to see the place I could be moving into, seems like a very nice place that will do for now, while Strike waits for a real Strike Towers. I will be going for a dinner at the House of Love next week, and if it goes to plan, it become my residence for now. I will certainly be making a appearance at Horsham next week for the cricket with possibly the odd Albion mate, a brother making a Sussex appearance, and possibly Chris Geddes having a debut with the Sharks. Hopefully it will be the C and G trophy fixture which is on a Monday. It seems a ideal time to watch Sussex now top, and acting like a runaway train after clobbering Durham to death away this week. Sussex really are making up for Brightons disapointing season. though looks like McGhee is working hard which I am delighted. 

Edit: A certain Mr Cullen has helped establish what looks to be a promising BHA site for those fellow Seagull fans that read my site, to check it out check this link people. >>>>>>>>>>>> http://www.bha.vitalfootball.co.uk/


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