I can almost understand it based in London due to sheer expense but I do struggle to understand why any working young person living in Suffolk couldn’t just move out and rent somewhere if they so wanted to. I didn’t have any real choice at that age but I’ve been living independently since I was 18/19 and have learned all about bills, contracts, budgeting, estate agents, etc the hard way.
In retrospect it was character building, trying to make £35 of shopping stretch two weeks was not a cake walk but I’m not sure I’d be as good with money as I am now if I hadn’t gone through a little bit of adversity.
What’s the general consensus? Should kids be able to stand on their own two feet around late teens/early 20’s with a bit of support?
It's not often that there's this much on that interests me but for the first time in a long while I'm not tuning out/picking up a book when Mrs. Libby puts the TV on.
New Alan Partridge, Gervais' new series on Netflix New series of White Gold, New Louis Theroux Documentary, Leaving Neverland, There's also a couple of episodes of Channel 4 Dispatches I want to see, one on Knife Crime and the t0ssers that have become millionaires thanks to the referendum.
Does anyone know when the BBC Panorama about Tommy Robinson is coming out? I watched his "documentary" about the BBC the other day, it was as you'd expect.
He put a picture in the five a side chat of his lad in an Ipswich kit posing with Chambo, both grinning from ear to ear.
He’d been saying for weeks how he was dreading being forced to sit in the home end and watch our dire football but he was actually very complimentary of the club, our performance, the atmosphere and the Portman pies.
and he's looking like he's finally finding some kind of form. Some of his dribbling especially is right up there with when he first broke into the team.
I was slightly disappointed the club appeared to gift him a contract as I really felt he had to earn his next deal, however I have to say if he keeps putting in performances like the last few matches then he's worth the new deal. Keep it up Ted!
I felt he was great when he came on, hustled and bustled and linked up effectively with Will Keane. We created so little but the hard pressing done by Harrison flustered Norwich on more than one occasion.
I'm sincerely surprised that more aren't highlight his performance, especially considering just how poor to average everyone else was.
I was lucky enough to be involved with these lads a fair bit over a couple of years where Suffolk's music scene was absolutely banging. They were incredible and could have been one of the best in my opinion. Really pleased they've released the album to the public now under a new name, I think a few of you might well enjoy it having seen some of your musings on other music threads.