Monthly Archives: March 2011

An Evening with Boyzone and Bemoaning the State of the British Transport System: Friday 19th March

And so it was that I was roused by the gentle tones of ‘Boyzone’, and the pleasing sensation of a semi-crippled neck from having attempting to sleep on a chair in the foetal position; still 5 hours sleep and only … Continue reading

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A Very Difficult Decision and the Wrong Bleeding Bank: Thursday 17th March

As has become a habit in recent days, the first thing that I did when I woke up was to check that Fukushima was still there, (un)surprisingly it was. However, I noticed that the British Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) … Continue reading

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Misquoting Mishaps and Peeing into the Wind: Wednesday 16th March

When I woke up this morning I was surprised to find that the sun was shining, the birds were singing, and that I still had all of my own skin. Or at least I would have been surprised if I … Continue reading

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I am not a Number and My Fifteen Minutes: Tuesday 15th March

I woke up this morning still adamant that I will remain in Tokyo. In fact the British embassy specifically advises against evacuating from Tokyo. However, it never hurts to have options, and there is a fine line between panicking needlessly … Continue reading

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An Unexpected Sweet Potato and Living it Up like a New York Housewife: Monday 14th March

I set off early to school this morning, half expecting to being forced into walking the 4 miles or so because of reduced train services. I took comfort in the fact that my mother used to have to walk twice … Continue reading

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A Vomiting of Misinformation and Hope in a Playground: Sunday 13th March

Another morning, another vomiting of misinformation and opinions presented as fact and journalism. I am genuinely not too alarmed by the threat from the Nuclear Power plant, but finding it very difficult to concentrate on anything else, especially revision for … Continue reading

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Rupert Murdoch’s Funfair and a Tin of Peaches: Saturday 12th March

Waking up to the aftermath of the quake was basically waking up to a world  where the Western Media had finally gone insane! It really is not very helpful to be fed constant rumour and speculation about ‘possible’ news stories … Continue reading

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