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Back home safe and sound

Well, as the weather all day was pretty poor and the money had run out (that and the fact work called telling me to get my arse back to Newcastle and fix the computers I’d left on Friday lunch time

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The Laramie Project (by Playground Productions)

Wyoming student Matt Shepard was crucified for being gay, his family tormented in the name of God. His sexuality inflamed small-town prejudice, his murder still scars a nation. A hard-hitting true story that no community can ignore. Something a bit

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The day after the night before…

My word, last night, well, yesterday in it’s entirety, didn’t happen. It can’t have. Except I woke up around 6A.M, somehow having managed to squash myself into a sofa far to small for a man of my size, looked up

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So You Think You’re Funny – Sponsored by Channel 4

Where comedy legends are born. The ultimate comedy competition. Previous winners include Peter Kay, Rhona Cameron, Phil Kay and Dylan Moran. Well, it was the heats, but there were some good up and comedians in it. It went on much

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We Are Klang

“Award winning comics Marek Larwood (‘A blast of unadulterated comedy’ [url=http://www.chortle.co.uk)]www.chortle.co.uk)[/url] and Greg Davies (‘Engagingly manic’ Evening Standard) present an enchanted world of sketches, song and stupidity. A magical slice of life-giving comedy magic (contains no actual magic).” Another set

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About Me

Iain Foulds, 33 years old. Originally from England, now living in Seattle. I currently work as a Senior Content Developer for Microsoft writing about Azure VMs. Gamer. Very passionate about photography. Comments and opinions expressed here are my own. More...

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