Thursday 14th December 2017

Posted in Life the Universe and Other Things on December 14, 2017 by bishshat



Wednesday 13th December 2017

Posted in Life the Universe and Other Things on December 13, 2017 by bishshat


This guy above was in Stratford and he was mumbling Christmas carols. I threw some cash in his hat and he asked me if I had a fag as he was gasping. I don’t smoke but I went into the tobacconist to buy him a packet. The guy in the shop said £7.50 for 20. Wow I said No thanks and headed out feeling a bit mean but hey its the thought that counts and I would rather buy him a pair of socks.


Spurs 2 Brighton 0

Serge Aurier scored his first Spurs goal and Heung-Min Son was on the scoresheet yet again as we picked up our third home win in a week against Brighton & Hove Albion at Wembley on Wednesday evening.
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Our Ivory Coast defender opened the scoring five minutes before the interval with a fortunate cross-shot which deceived Seagulls goalkeeper Mat Ryan, before Son scored his fourth goal in four games to seal the points late on and see us climb back into the top four.


We started well, Harry Kane having an effort cleared off the line by Shane Duffy, while Son just couldn’t connect at the far post as we failed to make the most of the half-chances that came our way in the opening stages. At the other end, Hugo Lloris comfortably saved from a Duffy header, Brighton’s only real opportunity in that first period.

Aurier’s strike – his first goal since scoring for PSG in September, 2015 – opened up the game after the break as the visitors pushed forward more. Kane and Son both had efforts blocked from inside the area, while Erik Lamela brought a smart save out of Ryan.


Brighton were a threat on the break though and Lloris needed to make a fine stop to deny Tomer Hemed’s shot from 12 yards.

But, after Kane’s free-kick from 25 yards was deflected onto the post by Ryan, we secured the win three minutes from time when Christian Eriksen’s free-kick from wide on the right was flicked in at the near post by our in-form South Korean international forward.

Tuesday 12th December 2017

Posted in Life the Universe and Other Things on December 12, 2017 by bishshat

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Eye In The Sky

Alan Parsons Project

Don’t think sorry’s easily said
Don’t try turning tables instead
You’ve taken lots of chances before
But I ain’t gonna give any more
Don’t ask me
That’s how it goes
‘Cause part of me knows what you’re thinking…
Don’t say words you’re gonna regret
Don’t let the fire rush to your head
I’ve heard the accusation before
And I ain’t gonna take any more
Believe me
The sun in your eyes
Made some of the lies worth believing
I am the eye in the sky
Looking at you
I can read your mind
I am the maker of rules
Dealing with fools
I can cheat you blind
And I don’t need to see any more
To know that I can read your mind, I can read your mind, I can read your mind, I can read your mind
Don’t leave false illusions behind
Don’t cry ’cause I ain’t changing my mind
So find another fool like before
‘Cause I ain’t gonna live anymore believing
Some of the lies while all of the signs are deceiving

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Monday 11th December 2016

Posted in Life the Universe and Other Things on December 11, 2017 by bishshat


Oliver is 1 today…

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Sunday December 10th 2017

Posted in Life the Universe and Other Things on December 10, 2017 by bishshat

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Snow, You know snow, its white and.bright and lives in the sky.
In winter it visits me. I love its sound because there isn’t any, love it’s depth because of its mystery and of what lies beneath..

Maureen Asquith 2017

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Jaguars 30 Seahawks 24

Nobody in Seattle’s locker room was happy about what transpired in Jacksonville Sunday, with the Seahawks losing 30-24, dropping their record to 8-5, but the Seahawks also know that, with the Los Angeles Rams losing to Philadelphia, first place in the NFC West is on the line when the Rams travel to Seattle next weekend. The 9-4 Rams currently have a one-game lead on Seattle, but with the Seahawks having won in L.A. earlier this season, a second win over the Rams would give the Seahawks the tiebreaker.

“We’re right back where we were,” Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said. “We’ve been looking at this game coming up, that this could be the one for the division, to make a difference, and it’s a huge opportunity for us, and for them as well. So it should be a great matchup, and they’ve been playing great football, and we look forward to getting ready.”

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Yet the Seahawks also know that if they’d have done a few things better on Sunday, they’d already be in first place. But against a talented, opportunistic Jaguars defense, the Seahawks turned the ball over three times, their defense and punt coverage team gave up uncharacteristic big plays, and despite an impressive fourth-quarter comeback, the Seahawks saw a four-game road winning streak come to an end.

“That was a real battle tonight,” Carroll said. “I thought Jacksonville did great. They did what they needed to do, and played really well. We look at it, from our end of it, we see how many things that we gave that made it hard for us. When you turn it over three times, and you have a huge play in the kicking game, and you have a huge play against your defense, it’s really hard to win.”

Yet for all that went wrong, Carroll and his players were proud of how they battled back to have a chance at winning the game. After the Jaguars built a two-score lead in the third quarter, they extended the lead to 17 points with 10:04 left in the game, but thanks to two long touchdown passes, a 61-yarder to Paul Richardson and a 74-yarder to Tyler Locket, the Seahawks made it a one-score game and, with the defense coming up with a stop, Wilson and the offense had the ball with a chance to take the lead, though they were unable to do so. Of all the different things the Seahawks have done well over the years under Carroll, one of their most impressive traits has been their resilience. Even on their worst days, the Seahawks are incredibly difficult to put away. Dating back to the middle of the 2011 season, the Seahawks have lost by double digits just three times in 112 games, postseason included.

“Our guys, they didn’t stop,” Carroll said. “They kept battling and competed to give us a chance all the way until there was no more time left. You have to give (Jacksonville) a lot of credit. That’s a nice football team, and they’re worthy of the stats and the things that they’ve been able to run up at this time—the running game, and the defensive stuff that they can do. It’s a really good football team… We had a shot. Hats off to the Jaguars, but I love what our guys did, and how they battled in this game. I love the way they battled. I love the way they fought. There was no stopping, no not believing that we couldn’t get back, and there’s enough power in that belief to give us a chance to have a great finish this season, and I’m counting on it.”

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With an 8-5 record, the Seahawks haven’t left themselves much margin for error the rest of the way, but for a team that over the years has often been its best when facing some adversity, that doesn’t have to be a bad thing.

“Appreciate the adversity,” receiver Doug Baldwin said when asked what his message to the team would be. “As long as I’ve been here, I’ve always felt like our backs have been against the wall, and when our backs are against the wall, we play our best. So this is another opportunity to show that, to show who we are, not only as football players but as men. Everything we want to achieve is still right in front of us. We have everything we need to go and do it, so my message to them is to just get back to work.”

Added Wilson: “We’re in this moment right now, and the reality is the moment is right now. The reality is we are fighting for first place against a team that has played great all year in the Rams. They gave us a tough test last time. They’ve got so many great players so we have tons of respect for them and their coaches and everything else. We’ve got to clear our heads, clear our heads and be great coming up this week and then move from there.”

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The Seahawks can still win their division and earn a sixth straight playoff berth, but they know they’ll have to clean up on some things that led to this loss in Jacksonville if they’re going to achieve their goals.

“We better come with it,” safety Earl Thomas said. “We better be sharp, our bodies have to be right, we’ve got to be fresh, and we’ve got to fly around and play good football.”

Saturday 9th December 2017

Posted in Life the Universe and Other Things on December 9, 2017 by bishshat


Spurs 5 Stoke 1

A superb performance saw us end our four-game Premier League run without a win, as we swept aside Stoke City at Wembley Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Having beaten the Potters 4-0 in our previous three league meetings, we once again served up a four-goal winning margin, this time with a 5-1 scoreline which, in truth, could have been even more had it not been for a couple of outstanding saves from Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland and one or two spurned chances from our players.


We only led by one goal at half-time after Ryan Shawcross had put through his own net on 21 minutes, Harry Kane missing a great opportunity when clean through with just Butland to beat.

After the interval, Heung-Min Son made it 2-0 on 53 minutes, with Kane heading home 90 seconds later to put us well in control. Hugo Lloris saved well to prevent Xherdan Shaqiri from reducing the deficit, before Kane slotted home our fourth on 65 minutes.
Christian Eriksen added another to our tally nine minutes later, converting a superb counter-attack led by the excellent Son, while Butland made a great stop to deny substitute Erik Lamela.


Shawcross nodded in a corner 10 minutes from time for a consolation for the visitors and there was still time for Butland to keep out an Eriksen rocket in the closing stages as we returned to winning ways in some style.


The Do Over

Charlie McMillan (David Spade) is an unhappily married bank manager in a supermarket who reunites with his old high school buddy and FBI agent Max Kessler (Adam Sandler) at a high school reunion. They spend a weekend on a yacht Max rented, which makes Charlie feel young again.

However, Max blows up the yacht and fakes their deaths. When Charlie regains consciousness, Max explains that they can now both start new, better lives. He confesses that he was not FBI, but a coroner. This allowed him to use two unclaimed cadavers in place of them when he blew up the yacht. Although initially appalled, Charlie has no reason to return to his old life. He is given the new identity of Dr. Ronald P. Fishman and Max takes on the new name Butch Ryder. Max tells Charlie he found a key in Butch’s rectum and Charlie being a bank manager finds out it belongs to a safe deposit box in Puerto Rico.

They relocate to Puerto Rico and access the late Butch’s safe deposit box. The box contains money and the keys to a secret mansion hideaway. The duo learn that the late Ronald was married after seeing a picture of his wife on Butch’s tablet. Max and Charlie are then attacked by a group of assassins led by a hitman called “The Gymnast” (Torsten Voges). They manage to escape and Max reveals he lied about being a coroner, he’s a guidance counselor. He wanted to be a police officer, but was unsuccessful due to failing his psychological exam.


They return to the continental U.S. and find Ronald’s widow, Heather (Paula Patton). Max and Charlie explain to her that Ronald was murdered and infer that Butch got Ronald entangled in criminal activity. Heather informs them that Ronald’s study was broken into recently.

The trio head to a biker bar where Ronald and Butch used to meet up. At the bar, they learn that Butch had stage 4 cancer. Ronald had developed a “magic bullet” cancer treatment and they began conducting secret, non-FDA approved clinical trials. When Ronald’s partner Arthur “Shecky” Sheck withdrew funding, Butch started robbing banks. But they also learn, to their disgust, that Ronald and Butch were having a love affair.

The group heads to Shecky’s (Matt Walsh) home where he reveals that his laptop and cell phone were stolen. The trio leave and determine that the men who tried to kill them wanted the cancer treatment formula and broke into Heather’s and Shecky’s homes to try to find it.


Charlie says they should hand over the formula when they find it, which Max protests. Charlie then discovers that Max was actually one of Ronald’s cancer patients. He also learns that Max has a young son with his wife, Becca (Kathryn Hahn), and realizes Max has been trying to recover the cure to save his own life all along.

Max returns to Shecky’s house, thinking that he is withholding the cure. Shecky has been mortally wounded by a gunshot, but reveals that the assassins were hired by Trojgaard, the world’s largest chemotherapy company, to steal the cure so they could bury it. Shecky then dies and the Gymnast shows up to take Max hostage.

Meanwhile, Charlie figures out that Ronald’s cure has been disguised as a Jenga app on Butch’s tablet. He attempts to call Max, but the Gymnast destroys Max’s cell phone. Heather then arrives at Shecky’s house and reveals to Max that she not only accepted a fortune from Trojgaard to bury the drug, but she was the one who killed Ronald and Butch.


Charlie calls Heather and she claims Max killed Shecky. Charlie sees through her lie and comes to rescue Max. Heather manages to pull a gun on Charlie, but Max escapes from the Gymnast and knocks her out. Heather recovers, but Becca shows up and beats her unconscious. The police arrive, resulting in the tablet being accidentally thrown into water.

The tablet suffers irreparable damage, but Charlie backed up the formula on a USB flash drive. The duo are pardoned for their crimes when they offer the cancer treatment as a bargaining chip.

Charlie, Max, Max’s wife Becca, son and mother return to the house in Puerto Rico after Max is cured. The movie ends with Max and Charlie jumping off a cliff into the ocean, a feat which Charlie previously thought he would never be brave enough to do.

Friday 8th December 2017

Posted in Life the Universe and Other Things on December 8, 2017 by bishshat

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