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By Nickie O'Hara on Thursday, April 28, 2011
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Welcome to the back of my blog. The inner workings. Sort of...
By Nickie O'Hara on Tuesday, April 19, 2011
I can't seem to read a British newspaper without being faced with stories about glorified prostitutes shagging very famous married blokes. In turn, these very famous blokes then get a bit scared about their fame and fortune being threatened so slap a gagging order on the prostitute to stop her selling her story. Said prostitute manages to employ the services of one very renown PR consultant who encourages the sale of "teasers" to the papers.
By Nickie O'Hara on Friday, April 15, 2011
"I'm going to pick up some bits to make the aerials, Nic. You coming?"I go, just for the change in scenery and the fact that I am not going to be driving for a change. There is one small problem though. Kev owns a transit van and I hate sitting in the front of it for two reasons. The first is that I think we look like we have escaped from the local gypsy camp and the second is to do with Kev's Meldrew-esque driving. Occasionally he forgets he is in a van and get a bit boy-racer and other times he believes he is the best driver In The World.
By Nickie O'Hara on Wednesday, April 13, 2011
By Nickie O'Hara on Tuesday, April 12, 2011
So which group am I in then? The "get the frig off my screen, you screaming loony" bunch of people or the "I'm on my way down to yours with 3-for£10 bottles of wine, you screaming loony" type of person? Read on to find out...
By Nickie O'Hara on Sunday, April 10, 2011
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By Nickie O'Hara on Friday, April 08, 2011
I come from the era of "old school" when teachers were respected, you stood up at your desk on the rare occasion that the headmaster entered the classroom, blackboard dusters were thrown with regularity in the direction of unnecessary behaviour and if you got a detention you missed your bus home and had to yomp into town to catch another. There were only ever one or two students that were recognised as being 'difficult' or 'naughty'. We were also 'victims' of the NUT strikes in the 1980's but the teachers were striking over pay rises back then and disruption to routine was the only way to make anyone sit up and take notice.
By Nickie O'Hara on Thursday, April 07, 2011
This week I've just got to join in completely embarrass myself as the theme is "First Five Albums".
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