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Run at them boy! Just run! Get defenders to make a decision! Siggy He seemed to have almost had a quiet spell for a bit. He has only mustered the one league goal so far and I hope and expect that ratio to improve and the extra goals will be most welcome. He is becoming vital to our team. He is the one man with the ability to unlock a defence. Teams will struggle to invite us onto them when we have him playing as he can both score and create from nothing.
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If in doubt give us a shout. The Garage Music Venue has been steadily growing stronger with each passing year. Opened in , the venue is a capacity hub of musical vareity. From folk to dance, via hard rock and indie grooves, The Garage caters for all tastes and styles. Doors mainly open around 8pm and events can finish up to 3am. Here's what we have coming up in the next two months. The band have sold over a million records internationally and will be performing as a band. Who goes to musicals? But a lot of people go by the look of it: I was genuinely surprised at how busy the place was and incredibly impressed with how varied the audience were.
There were a large group of youngsters there as well as people who would have already been retired during the miners strike. Otherwise known as death dodgers or old people! I felt quite embarrassed really that all these people seemed to be doing more with their lives than I am. I was forced here with work but these people actually elected to leave their television sets and get out the house!
I missed Europa league football for this, which lets face it; I have absolutely no interest in! I felt that an experience awaited. It got my mind thinking throughout, if you ever needed reminding of how corrupt this country was is then this helped. It also helped remind me of my views on Thatcher: An Elvis Costello song springs to mind! The three sisters had brilliant voices, all three very different and yet harmonious together and were clearly very talented actresses.
It was seriously engrossing at times but it was exactly what it said on the tin: a comedy! There are some clever buggers on this planet of ours and all four of the cast one on piano were amazing. The place seems really geared up for sound and lighting. I have been to a few venues locally which seem to struggle to get that right but they were bang on the ball here and it was quite clear that the cast appreciated it after the show as well. It was also really nice being able to sit down in a decent seat with a good beer and then to be given a half time to get another one!
I thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience. I would watch it again tonight, it was that good. It was a new experience for but I see no reason why I wont give a musical another go. But it could be worse, you could be scouse, eating rats in a council house! A tune you can hear any time Manchester United play Liverpool and obviously, eating dogs is better than eating rats, because everyone of course has a tried a bit of both once before in their life This funny one was sung by Leeds United fans after the former Leeds man admitted he sometimes goes commando.
This was from the Newcastle United fans, taking aim at Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink back in his Chelsea days "He's red, he's sound, he's banned from every ground, Carra's dad, Carra's dad. Eclectic Dabblers qtr portrait. Sung by the Kopites at Liverpool, honouring defender Jamie Carragher's father, who was once arrested at a match for being drunk. He just can't, he just can't, he just can't control his feet. He's six foot tall and his head's too small,CM Livin'in a Palmer wonderland! It made sense to do any out door reviews over our insanely good summer but I was on the phone to the climbing centre the minute the thunder storms started.
I booked myself onto a taster session, which is an hour and a half introduction to climbing. Is that an age thing or does it just show my lifestyle? Dynamic Rock is in Clydach and in an old building which I think was a market or something like that Not Clydach market as in the big one! If not it would be pretty useless and you could jump to the top! So we get taken downstairs by our instructor and onto. No messing about. No in-depth talk about how things work or what-not. And I did, I think it was very much like with the tiny zip wire in GoApe last issue in as much as it made you braver.
The little walls were okay. I shot up the wall in about thirty seconds and thought that this is pretty boring before being show that I was only supposed to use one colour. It made it more challenging but I really wanted to get onto the real walls and we were on them in no time.
Real walls meant harnesses and rope and no soft floor. We get shown how to do a figure 8 knot but the instructor understood that I had no interest in knowing this and it was quicker and easier for him just to do it himself every time: and he agreed. The first wall was pretty comfortable really as it was gently sloped. Gravity was on our side and there were loads of lovely things to. I got to the top pretty quickly and comfortably in reality without it being too much of a challenge. I must confess that I was an absolute coward at leaning back: An absolute wimp.
And I never really felt comfortable doing it at any time. It just feels really un-natural. The guy was before me had also managed to get up every wa without too much of a problem. He shot up this wall he had the others but then gave up three quarters o way up. Th were completely done lactic acid pouring into them. I waited and I wa and I waited some mor am within touching distance of the top.
We do a few more walls that gradually get more difficult. The gradient becomes less kind, the rocks to grab onto become smoother, more slippery and sparser and we start choosing certain colours on each wall which adds to how tricky it was. That was until the last one. I was taking the. Participation and supervision ratios apply. The guy who was before me had also managed to get up every wall without too much of a problem. He shot up this wall like he had the others but then gave up three quarters of the way up.
It was more difficult than the others but I managed to get to where he was and I had basically reached the top. I could see the top; I could see exactly how to get there, what arm went where and what foot went where: it was clear but my arms were finished. They were completely done in, lactic acid pouring into them. I waited and I waited and I waited some more, I am within touching distance of the top.
They were absolutely ruined and I. Jack Swan Tries Offering an activity locally and want Jack Swan to come and try it, write about it and let thousands of readers know about it? The place was busy and not an ounce of fat in the room present company excluded , it is clearly incredibly good fitness and really enjoyable at the same time.
I would strongly recommend that you treat the autumn weather as an excuse to get yourself on an indoor climbing wall! I will let you into a little secret. I may have let one of the experienced climbers borrow the Jack Swan suit for the photos. Thanks to Dave Cale for that. I instantly understood why he gave up, the body just packed in. I play a bit of golf now and then and in golf it is the good shots that make you come back.
You forget the bad ones. All that live in the memory is that one good shot out of awful ones and it is that memory which drags us back to that course. Well it is different here. But it is that wall which will bring me back and I promise you that I will conquer that wall. I am pretty sure that I have caught an addiction here. I absolutely loved it. I signed up to membership before leaving that evening and I have set a night aside every week to go there and I can actually see myself finding more time.
I suppose that you can compete against others but in reality, it is me against the. However, all is not lost for Europe's space workers supply launches from the US in Dragon and Cygnus capsules are not affected, which means most space food for ESA astronauts no longer needs to fly on the Russian Citing officials from the European Space Agency, The Soyuz capsules which now supply the space station's Moscow Times says that a Russian ban on imports of food cosmonauts.
This means that Soyuz spacecraft are currently the main means of "extras" - such as sweets and dried fruit - sent by families delivering supplies to the ISS. Its current crew consists of to supplement the otherwise routine fare served on the a German and two Americans, and as well as three ISS, won't get through to the ESA astronauts on the space Russians. Food for astronauts has fallen foul of sanctions and counter-sanctions over the Ukraine crisis, it appears.
Since food for some supply flights to the ISS comes through Russia on the way to the Moscow-controlled launch centre in Kazakhstan, they are subject to the same ban that is keeping popular French cheeses off the shelves in Russian supermarkets. The ban on foods from the EU was introduced in retaliation to sanctions targeted at Russia and its leaders over its role in the conflict in eastern Ukraine, and the annexing of Crimea.
Dismantle a barbecue and add to the mixture. Simmer over a low heat for 72 days. Stirring every 3 minutes. You will be left with the most remarkable sticky barbecue sauce. Next Issue: Cottage Pie. When it came to food, I went for my usual: A monstrous mixed grill. It comes with everything and not just meat. This along with 2 sausages, lamb chop, gammon, steak and black pudding: Not bad hey.
Matty went for a lasagne as he always seems to do. Anyway, back to present day and the Kinds head. The grill was exactly how I remembered it in fairness. It has been a good few years since I ate at the Kings Head on Llangyfelach road, I used to work fairly close and would often pop in for a pub lunch.
It generally resulted in me doing no work that afternoon as I always ordered the same thing which I could guarantee to leave me feeling comfortably full and lazy. They must have been reading Jack Swan and wanted to put me in a good mood as I had two choices for my real ale. A bass and a Gower brewery ale. Mike the landlord looked at me mentally when we ordered a desert and I was far from hungry but I just fancied a desert to tell you all about. I can generally just eat and eat. Luckily, the older I get the more room there is!
I did struggle to finish it but succeeded bravely. It looked so good that I forgot to take a photo until half way through. I have never seen the Kings Head quiet, which always says an awful lot about a place. It has its pricing bang on and has something for everyone. You can get two meals for less than that if you fancy doing anything with the rest of your day but I suggest that you spoil yourself, book the afternoon off and sit on the.
Inquire within for more details. Traditional Sunday lunch served 12noon to 3. They know what they are doing, it is clearly a very well run pub and it has really good pub food. I shall be there again, hope to see you there! Introducing a new feature here, we are going to speak with different chefs across the city and see what they have to say.
A chef? When I left school in , so how many years is that? Too many!
So where have you been? I joined the royal navy as a chef. I did nearly 5 years there, left to work in a bakery and then left to go to Swansea university and then here. How long have you been here? Well this place has been open now over twenty years and I came here a year and a half after that. As head chef then? No, there were no chef vacancies open then so I worked taking orders for a while and then a vacancy came up and I stepped up. Is Gordon Ramsey a stereotypical chef? Is this going to get me in trouble now?
All chefs can be a bit dramatic and a bit of a pre-madona at times. It is a. Is he stereotypical? If you could cook for anyone, who would it be? What is your signature dish? He ate here once and we had a mention in one of his sea food books. Personally, rice or pasta.
And meat, any meat really. Why do chefs put mushrooms in everything? Is this some kind of survey that you are doing? I just hate mushrooms! I love mushrooms, absolutely love them. We only have. I will enjoy it here then. What is in my sausage? It just so happens that What steak? Well it should be pork. When A 12 oz sirloin Ash! So much so, in fact, that found What is the most that you would pay for a starter? Soproblems a blue steak, I would just mark one side so with getting the right staff trained up and in placemaybe thankfully, Five pound. I woul just mark one side and food never suffered and customers have enjoyed the same superbthen let the plat cook the other Does presentation really matter?
All that seems to be you have to make the effort behind us now and can move forward with confidence. Apart from here, where is the best place to eat in Swansea? Well I will have to say our sister restaurant La Parilla Apart from that? When they label it as a sausage, it has to have a minimum amount of meat in it. What is the most that you would pay for a starter? Five pound. Does presentation really matter?
What steak? A 12 oz sirloin Because of the way we do things here, we serve the food on cast iron plates which are very hot and continue to cook the food and so we always undercook the steaks anyway. So a blue steak, I would just mark one side so maybe a minute at the most, if it is a thick steak. I would just mark one side and then let the plat cook the other side. Yes of course it does as you eat with your eyes first so you have to make the effort to make it look nice before its brought to the table, Pot noodle, microwave discount meal or chicken curry in a tin, which one will make me go to the toilet first?
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