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Posted by sean on December 27, 2004 at 6:46 pm in Christmas, Leeds United, Television with No Comments


Well, it’s been a whole week since I last blogged. So extended was my absence that regular visitor Dan from Daninthemix.com thought I was dead, I’m sure he wasn’t the only one equally concerned! I’ve just been busy with Christmas and for once simply couldn’t think of anything worthy of blogging about.

I had a good Christmas seeing both family and friends. Got some good presents including a DAB Digital Radio, the 15minutes of snow we got was also good (although next year 15 hours would be nice!)

Christmas TV was bad. The Vicar of Dibley was very disappointing. It has lost the original humour of the classic episodes from the 90s, the characters have aged, the humour had changed and I was not impressed; hopefully the New Years Day special will be an improvement.

Dawn French’s friend Jennifer Saunders couldn’t do much better… in fact she did worse. Absolutely Fabulous was awful and certainly a show which should have been left in the last millennium. Series 1-3 of Ab Fab were great, everything after has just been poo.

Moving on from the dribble of Christmas telly, along with my DAB Radio, I also got a very, very nice Christmas present. It may have been a day late and not a material gift but it was quite possibly my best gift of Christmas. The present was 3 goals and 3 precious points for Leeds United who (against all the odds) beat Sunderland away on Boxing Day! I listened live on Radio Aire (over the Internet) and Leeds seemed to play really well!

In celebration of this wonderful victory, I made a goal/highlights montage of the game mixed into an infamous dance track – download it here.

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