Posted by sean on September 14, 2008 at 6:52 pm in Bath City, Geek Stuff, Life In Bath with No Comments

I haven’t had the greatest of weekends.

Firstly, Bath City lost 3-1 to Hampton & Richmond. It was to be expected – Leeds beat Swindon, and as I know all too well, both teams never win on the same day. My girlfriend, Claire, supports Liverpool. She has the same theory as me, and the scousers beat ManUtd in the lunchtime kick off, therefore eliminating any chance of a Bath City victory. All in all, not a nice day out in London.

More upsetting than any football defeat, was Claire going to Walsall University to study nursing. She will be away for 3 years and will be greatly missed. While Walsall is hardly ‘down the road’, it isn’t a million miles away; and with the aid of cars, trains and horse-drawn carriages, I will be able to make my way up to the Midlands, while she can come back down to Bath – hopefully a lot!

To round off an utterly rubbish weekend, I had to deal with the moronic ‘Tech Guys’ in PC World. My laptop has gone in for repairs. Trying to get them to agree to fix something which is still under warranty is like getting Alex Ferguson to give up whiskey.

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