Posted by sean on September 13, 2020 at 10:25 pm in Health with No Comments

I suffered my scooter accident 307 days ago and also many areas have got better since November, I am now suffering as a result of what I believe to be, advice to come off some tiny tablet which was never doing any harm in the first place.

I hate being unwell

I hate the impact it has on Claire

I hate missing work

I am so tired

and so fed up.

Posted by sean on September 12, 2020 at 11:17 pm in Leeds United with No Comments

It’s not every day that Leeds will lose a game of football, yet I’ll be able to take many positives from it.

While it was pretty gutting to concede a fourth goal, especially so close to full time, it should never be forgotten…

  • Leeds were playing the greatest team in the country right now.
  • With Jurgen Klopp and Marcelo Bielsa, arguably the best two managers in football went head to head.
  • Liverpool were given a real scare by Leeds.
  • Play like that for the other 37 games this season and relegation worries will not be worth thinking about.

As far as a defeat goes, Leeds did themselves proud.

Posted by sean on September 11, 2020 at 8:40 pm in Football with No Comments

It’s been a while since I took Fantasy Football seriously. However, now that Leeds are a Premier League side and will therefore be included in all the fun, I thought it would be rude bot to get involved myself…

Posted by sean on September 10, 2020 at 10:35 pm in Television with No Comments

Sean thinks that over 10,000 people need to get a life. They probably harbour racist feelings too.


Britain’s Got Talent: Complaints rise to 10,000 for Diversity performance

More than 10,000 people have complained to media watchdog Ofcom about Saturday’s Britain’s Got Talent, which featured a Black Lives Matters-inspired routine by dance troupe Diversity.

The dance saw Ashley Banjo being knelt on by a police officer, a reference to George Floyd’s death in police custody.

Brother Jordan said on Wednesday that the response was “sad, genuinely”.

ITV said the performance opened up “important topics of conversation” and “was compiled for a family audience”.

The number of complaints about the episode has shot up from 1,121 on Tuesday to 10,267 on Thursday. Ofcom said “almost all” relate to Diversity.

Ashley Banjo has explained that the group had wanted to use the routine to “express how the events of this year have made us feel”.

Original article: BBC News.

Posted by sean on September 9, 2020 at 11:02 pm in My Life with No Comments

A bit of a different blog tonight. I noticed this Q&A thing on Twitter. I often ignore them, believing that they are more suited to Facebook (so obviously something to give a wide berth).

In this instance, I filled it out for your enjoyment  🙂

1. I don’t have one. Good start.
2. I was never tall, but am now considerably shorter.
3. Blue.
4. Blonde with a subtle, yet increasing hint of grey.
5. One sister. One brother.
6. I read a lot online, but have developed a passion for audiobooks.
7. I’ve only room for one lady in my life. Also, “crush”? I’m not eight.
8. Happily married.
9. Straight.
10. Football. Along with all the stats and geeky facts most people would find incredibly boring.
11. I haven’t entered a shop for a very long time. Therefore, it has to be that evil, tax-dodging empire, Amazon.
12. Losing control of the ability to breathe.
13. Rabbit.
14. I’m not giving this response because Claire could read this, but I honestly don’t currently have one. In my younger days, I used to have an eye for Gillian Anderson. Didn’t all young, male X Files fans?
15. Luciano Becchio. Did wonders during his time at Leeds. Is also blessed in the looks department.
16. Pizza restaurant. Matinee performance in the cinema. Then home.
17. Not sure what a “comfort character” is. I suppose Peter Rabbit.
18. Not one individual. I’ve reached an age where I have many people in my life who are close and dear to me.
19. Within the last month. I became distressed over my ongoing health problems.
20. Yes. Definitely.
21. Bunnies!
22. Leeds United and Bath City.
23. White or a calm, soothing yellow.
24. Venus Flytrap. It’s a plant that eats bugs alive!
25. My wife. Where do I begin? Her unconditional love. She’s incredible. I love her. My parents, especially in recent years, have also become very important to me.
26. Not at all.
27. To be able to reach a state where I can manage my health problems, and live a life with Claire that is as normal as possible.
28. Any title in the Grand Theft Auto series.
29. Too many! Lighthouse Family. Dire Straits. Kaiser Chiefs. Wurzels. Lightning Seeds. Oasis.
30. It’s impossible to choose. That Baby Shark song, I suppose.
31. Nope. Never will.
32. My wifey.
33. All good babe! When they go b…
34. I like to think that I treat others in the way I would like to be treated.
35. Has to be Jaws.
36. Relatives who have passed away.
37. Honestly? I am happy where I am now. Living with my wife in a home we own.
38. Don’t have one.
39. York, the place of my birth. Elland Road, Leeds. A lovely cruise ship.
40. I enjoy both equally.

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