"Harry, I'm going to let you in on a little secret. Every day, once a day, give yourself a present. Don't plan it. Don't wait for it. Just let it happen. It could be a new shirt at the men's store, a catnap in your office chair, or two cups of good, hot black coffee." … Continue reading The Return Of Twin Peaks, Part Two
The election is now over. Probably, at least. There's some wording in the Fixed Term Parliamentary Act where another election must be called if no party can form a government within two weeks, but let's pretend we didn't hear about that and can remain enthused. Despite retaining the largest number of seats, the Conservative Party … Continue reading The 2017 General Election Results
Two weeks ago now, I made a post about the first leaders debate for the upcoming general election. And now there was another one on Wednesday. Brutal. So what was different in this one? A bunch I guess. Jeremy Corbyn decided to turn up to this one after not appearing at the last one, much to … Continue reading 2017 Leaders Debate 2: Electric Boogaloo
"Why should I vote?" "It doesn't matter, they're all the same anyway." "When has one vote ever counted." These are all statements and excuses I've heard from people I know either planning not to vote or who have never voted at all. I find it heavily depressing how many people I hear planning on refusing … Continue reading Why Should You Vote?
"It is happening again." Two years ago, I first watched Twin Peaks. I actually bought the entire series without having watched any of it before based on recommendations by a few different people. Since then it has become one my favourite shows of all time. Maybe even the one top favourite. And given that the … Continue reading The Return Of Twin Peaks, Part One
On Thursday night, like 2.12 million other people, I tuned into the ITV Leaders Debate for the upcoming general election. This will be the first general election I vote in so I wanted to tune into the debate to see how the party views fared up against each other. Or at least the ones that … Continue reading The 2017 Leaders Debate