Archive for September, 2010

Pubpaper 575 – Our personal history of beer

Posted: 29th September 2010 by admin in Pub Paper, Writing

This article was published in issue 575 of PubPaper The wording may be different, but the sentiments are the same. It doesn’t matter if you say “A beer would nice right now” “I’m dying for a beer” or “Can’t wait for that beer after work”, its all from the same base response. A beer is […]

The Nine Edges Challenge 2010

Posted: 26th September 2010 by admin in Endurance Events, Travel

Event Link here Google Map Link here Nine Edges Results 2010 My preparations for this years Nine Edges challenge was not ideal, a couple of days after signing up at the end of July, I strained my tendon in a freak playground accident with my daughter, followed by turning my ankle a week later just […]

Pubpaper 574 – Real Ale – Treat your Taste Buds

Posted: 17th September 2010 by admin in Pub Paper, Writing

This article appeared in Issue 574 of Pub Paper If you look around your local town or village you will probably see less pubs open than 10 years ago, this is certainly true of my adopted home on the top of Beacon Hill. When I moved up here in 1998, we had 5 pubs and […]

This article was published in issue 573 of PubPaper Let me allay your concerns, I will not covering the decline of the British pub in the last 5-10 years, this topic has been covered by every man and his goldfish over the last few years, and needs no more clarification from me. What interests me […]

Japan and its mistreatment of Sea Mammals

Posted: 4th September 2010 by admin in TV

Japan causes a dichotomy within me, it’s a country which produces some of the most original and interesting films in the world and has a culture and history which intrigues me. However part of that culture which developed from its two self enforced isolations from the rest of the world over the last millennium is […]