Like most England fans I was apoplectic on Friday evening at the standard of the performance it simply wasn’t good enough. Abject, turgid, disastrous, ponderous were just some of the words that sprung to mind to describe the performance. On the other hand I certainly wasn’t surprised at this. I knew England were not the side others seem to think it is, all the same the degree to which we played badly was shocking.
I spent a lot of time on the blower to various pals of mine that evening talking
Continue reading Why an embarrassing exit might be good for England.
As I come from Plymouth in the sleepy Westcountry it is very unlikely that I will be able to attend a Labour Leader hustings in person. This in of itself is a concern; Plymouth is a reasonably big city in an area of the country where Labour did appallingly at the election. There are two key marginals here we lost one, and narrowly held the other. I kinda think that a party keen on learning lessons would come here….
That aside the fact that I probably won’t get an opportunity to
Continue reading My take on the Labour Leader TV hustings last night.
Looking back I probably ought to have seen the warning signs, things that indicated Weycrest were not the gold standard of webhosting. There were some problems with their own website and when I tried to contact them to ask them a question about WordPress they didn’t answer me.
Still I needed a cheap webhost for my new blog, and they seemed very reasonable, so I signed up and started my blog.
Now the thing I really kick myself about was that a week or so after signing up and uploading my blog
Continue reading Why you should always backup up cloud data