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Attended Gosberton Clough and Risegate County Primary School
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PODCAST: Cinema Geekly Podcast (Episode 112)
This week Anthony Lewis, Aaron De La Ossa, Aurora Bubbaloo, and Glenn Boisvert talk about Super Girl, Legends Of Tomorrow, reviews for Mad Max, Pitch Perfect 2, Maggie, and Tomorrowland.  We also dip into the CG mailbag! All of that plus Box Office, upcoming films, and we pick the next film to watch for our…
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Do you love Gett as much as I do? Then take your first ride for free. Use my promo code: GTBENJA70 to get £10 off your first ride. http://invite-uk.gett.com/code/GTBENJA70
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The #GameofThrones  lessons are purdy clear
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..p.s -- No, I will not marry you b/c ya know..
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PODCAST: From Parts Unknown #8 - The Coed And The Zombie Stoner (2014)
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Your article on legal aid yesterday rather suggests that you are about to join the government in its next deceitful and misleading attack on this almost eradicated part of the welfare state. Is that the case? 
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Just in case anyone believes that the Conservatives are good for the economy...
On May 7 (this Thursday), Britain has a general election. I care deeply about British politics--I did my BA over there and will return to do my PhD there this fall. But more importantly, David Came...
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REVIEW: Avengers: Age Of Ultron (2015)
When Tony Stark jumpstarts a dormant peacekeeping program, things go awry and Earth's Mightiest Heroes, including Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, The Incredible Hulk, Black Widow and Hawkeye, are put to the ultimate test as they battle to save the planet from destruction at the hands of the villainous Ultron. Arguably the most anticipated movie…
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It's the Bank Holiday Weekend!! Yes, yes, YES! Hope you all have exciting things planned! If not here are some options:

Shebeen Festival at the Green Quarter (http://www.manchestersfinest.com/music/shebeen-festival-2015-keystone/)

The Lowry Outlet Food Festival (http://www.lowryoutletfoodfestival.co.uk/)

The Lowry festival is free to attend although you'll need tickets to see Gok Wan or Paul Hollywood. Shebeen is a ticketed event. I had two as I donated to the Kickstarter campaign but sold them to my colleague as I'm away this weekend. I'm seriously distraught about missing all these scrumptious food!

Oh, and tonight's line up at Friday Food Fight at the Great Northern building (along Deansgate) is amazing!!

Anybody else know of anything exciting happening? Or just chime in below on what your weekend plans are going to be! 
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Barrister and Podcast Producer
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  • Law
    Barrister, present
  • Pizza King, Alford
  • Finning Materials Handling, Spalding
  • Nelson Hind Catering Management
  • Wentworths, Pinchbeck
  • Fowler-Welch B.V.
  • The Black Swan, Horncastle
  • The Punchbowl, Spalding
  • Geest
  • Central Chambers
  • Craig Gee Solicitors
  • Abbey Solicitors
  • Levys Solicitors
Education
  • Gosberton Clough and Risegate County Primary School
  • Harlaxton Primary School
  • Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Alford
  • Monks' Dyke Technology College
  • Spalding Grammar School, Sixth Form
  • Sheffield Hallam University
  • Université de Paris XII
  • Manchester Metropolitain University
  • BPP, London
An unassuming Japanese-staffed teppanyaki venue in Chinatown. Fantastic food and you can be as interested or disinterested in the hotplate theatrics as you choose. It's not cheap and the saki was not great but it has been a good night out for family and friends for years.
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reviewed a week ago
The quality of their food is much better than most Indian takeaways on this side of town. None of the commonplace slush without any meat in it here. Lots of meat (hence the cost) and good flavours.
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reviewed a week ago
This upper-budget-range chain hotel is a good example of its sort. The staff are a friendly bunch and will do things like keeping the bar open for groups enjoying a late night. [Edit: I stayed again in 2015 and was disappointed by the night staff closing the bar when they felt like it.] The rooms vary in size quite a bit. Room 401 was good as it was a corner room and so was huge. Room 616 is far smaller, for example. As with all Premier Inns, it was clean, comfortable and worth the money. The location is great for access to the SkyDome, Spon Street and to the city centre shops. If this one is full, Coventry Centre South Premier Inn is not far away and is a great alternative.
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reviewed a month ago
Now a long way from the chain that had it before! A 17th century hall serving an awesome array of real ales and some superb food. A little pricey for the amount of beef on the Sunday lunch but excellent veg. Polite, well-trained and very professional staff are a credit to the place. Will be revisiting later in the year.
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A good, traditional chippy. Good quality and all the standard trimmings. Can get very busy and shuts at old chippy times rather than the takeaways that stay open until 2am.
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A very last minute Mother's Day booking. The place was packed but the carvery was very good indeed and the desserts were great. A special word to the very professional and helpful staff. We'll be back.
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