Posted by sean on November 6, 2004 at 10:21 pm in Leeds United, Movies, Television with No Comments


Saturday was a brilliant day. It started off great with Super Leeds United beating Preston 4-2. How on earth they managed to score four is a mystery to me, but they did and won in some style!

The result was somewhat spoiled by a post-match interview between the Sainsbury’s guy who wants to buy Leeds United and a board member. They conducted a meeting/argument on the radio (which is broadcast over the Internet) in a completely unprofessional and childish manner. You have to hear it to believe it, which is why I’ve uploaded it here.

The writers of Sky One’s Dream Team must have been having a great time listening to it. I’m sure we’ll see an episode soon where a man from Asda decides he wants to buy Harchester United and plans the whole deal on live television.

I later went to the cinema to see The Grudge. Good film, but very, very scary. There were far too many moments which made you jump out your skin. Midway through the film, I needed the toilet (it wasn’t so bad I was shitting myself, I had to go as my Ice Blast had gone straight through me and I needed a piss).

While I was using the facilities I heard a gurgling sound just like the ghosts made in the film. It turned out to be a dodgy urinal or sink but that was scary! When I was bending down to wash my hands, I half expected to look up into the mirror to see the ghost of a Japanese Woman standing behind me! A film worth seeing, but one you will only get the full benefit from in the cinema.

Today wasn’t so great. I got up to find my TV isn’t very well. There is a problem with the Power On/Off switch. The TV can either be ON or in STAND BY mode. The only way to cut the power completely is to rip the plug from the wall. I’ll be ringing the TV repair people tomorrow.

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