Posted by sean on July 20, 2005 at 8:56 pm in Big Brother, Leeds United with No Comments


Sparkster.net is now officially backing Science to win Big Brother 6. He is by far the most entertaining housemate in the series. He doesn’t live a toss about popularity from both the housemates and public.

He isn’t the most pleasant human being and to be honest I couldn’t stand to be around him for too long, although to watch a load of Big Brother idiots get wound up and get dragged into his pointless arguments is brilliant.

Science is up for eviction this week against Orlaith, I urge you all to vote her out and keep Citizen Science, the most entertaining housemate in the house. He is also second favourite to win, after Anthony.

I just hope this blog entry won’t act as a “kiss of death” and lead to Science’s eviction on Friday. Last year I backed Ahmed in Big Brother 5. He left the week after.


Robbie Blake – always great to get a goal on your debut

Moving onto Leeds United, the Mighty Whites took on Darlington in a pre-season friendly. They won 1-0 with an early opening goal from new signing Robbie Blake on his debut. Good news, another quality is just what Leeds need. Premiership, here we come!

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