Monthly Archives: May 2011

Wolves avoid the drop by 6 minutes

Here’s a minute-by-minute graphical breakdown of the relegation zone as Premiership matches played out on the last day of the season. 5 teams started the day with the chance they could be relegated; 4 of these teams spent some part … Continue reading

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Bosnia and Herzegovina would have won Eurovision under First-Past-The-Post

It would have been a very quick round of voting, though, and as a result would have saved many millions of hours of people’s lives which they lost watching idiots generating false tension before revealing their oh-so-important votes. Anyway, it’s … Continue reading

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Uncaged Monkeys

I had booked a ticket for this tour ages ago on the back of seeing Robin Ince doing stand-up comedy a few times at GuilFest and, more recently, his stance on science touted on Twitter. I’m glad I did as … Continue reading

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Reading Contemporary Art Fair 2011

Went along to the Rivermead Leisure Centre to see what items where on sale at the art fair to brighten up the house. [[This isn’t a picture we bought – it’s the art fair’s branding/logo.]] The Centre had covered over … Continue reading

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In mourning for AV

It’s really depressing that AV didn’t win the vote. I just feel so annoyed with people, especially the ones that were involved in the NoToAV campaign, that I want to go outside for an extended bout of shouting. Sadly, a … Continue reading

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Birmingham v Wolves

Although I had a map of the route to the football ground, fitting it all onto a sheet of A4 meant that not all the roads were labelled which wasn’t too helpful in the multi-level arrangement around Birmingham New Street. … Continue reading

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