Why getting people to buy music isn’t enough…

Money has now become secondary to initial interest.

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Why you SHOULD have regrets!

We’ve all done things that we’re not proud of. On the other side of the coin, we’ve not done things that we wish we had.

But should we hang on to those feelings?
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Why people put so much stock in reviews & opinions

We’ve all seen it – someone reviews a film, book or album and inevitably you get people in the comments almost having an aneurysm¬†at the opinion.

But why? Why do some folk put so much stock in what others think?

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Retro Review – The Next Karate Kid

With the absolutely fantastic Cobra Kai series apon us (which I’ll get to in a later review) Karate Kid fever is reaching some fair heights again.

Always the king of the underdogs, I thought it would be fun to take a look at the black sheep in the Karate Kid family. Continue reading “Retro Review – The Next Karate Kid”

Hunger is a habit – The art of fasting

I’m a fan of fasting. The technique where you go for extended periods of time without food in order to reap the benefits of your body in a certain state.

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Beast from the East – Stop Panic buying!

As the UK gets hit by Siberian tier winter storms, affectionately known as “The beast from the East“, a rather sad and quite frankly disgusting trait of human nature comes out, and this is the mad scramble that is panic buying!

Some people, at the slightest hint of bad weather, will go out and buy umpteen loaves of bread and more milk than they can physically drink in a few days. When this effect is multiplied is really does start to look like Russia as the shelves are left bare.

This is horrifically selfish behaviour, as these self centred glutton mongers leave nothing for anybody else, especially the elderly who may be a bit slow in getting to the shops. Now, there’s a good chance that a few of these people will in fact be buying for their neighbours who can’t get out and maybe doing a few deliveries, but 90% of them are simply greed ridden and heartless chimps who think of nobody but themselves.

Buy an extra loaf for sure, maybe even two, but to fill your bags up with 5+ loaves of bread and multiple cartons of milk all for yourself yet not even going near the fruit and vegetable section just shows what an uncaring, uneducated and selfish little island this is.