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Jonathan Seyghal
Worked at Kingston University
Attended Bath Spa University
Lives in Surbiton, London, UK
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A gallery in south London has been threatened with arson over a one-inch piece of rock taken from the tip of England's tallest mountain.
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"Hygiene expert Sandra Matthews told us that despite the warnings, most cotton bud companies actually want you putting cotton buds deeps inside your ears.

She told us, “I would hazard a guess that 99% of the world’s total cotton bud stock is actually used inside people’s ears.”

“These manufacturers, they’re like cigarette companies – they’ll publicly say it’s bad for you, and maybe even print warnings on their labels.”

“But trust me, behind closed doors they want you to experience that delicious satisfaction of a clean inner-ear that you just can’t scratch any other way.”

“It keeps you coming back for more.”"
 
NEWS! Man left confused by cotton bud after being told not to put it in his ear http://ow.ly/2Ws5KV
A Northampton man was left bemused this morning after being told that cotton buds should not be put inside the ear.
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What? I thought those things were made to be put in ears?! Now I'm confused too :P
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Timing could be better, all things considered.
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Going out on a limb here, but he might be a basketball fan.
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Spread the love Marmite!
On my afternoon ride today, just past Richmond Bridge I stopped at traffic lights. I heard a car beep its horn and pull up right next to me. It was a private cab.
Oh great, what's the problem...
"Hate Jams! Love it mate!"
I had thought that this winter training top was good not only for keeping me warm and visible, but also spreading a smile or two (which could help me should there be an angry driver).

https://www.strava.com/activities/273470946

#cycling   #marmite   
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For the tough ones! 
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A fox you can believe in
+David Cameron​​? +Ed Miliband​​?
No, this May vote Britain, vote Fox!

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+David Farrell Mr, plain and simple! A fox you can believe in.
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A wild leopard snarls at me while she tears apart a warthog in Botswana.
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Best watched on mute, those TV 'news' people are so annoying with their inane commentary. 
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Age shall wither them
After 10 years, 3 countries and countless miles it's time to retire the Nike Poggio 2s and move on to Northwave Fondo SRS
I shall at last be able to walk like a human whilst in cycling gear (a frequent requirement at sportives)
Now to wait until slightly nicer weather to give them a debut.

#cycling   #cyclingshoes  
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Employment
  • Kingston University
    Admissions Administrator, 2010 - 2013
  • Deutsche Bank
    2009 - 2010
  • EasyJet
    2008 - 2008
  • WasteWatch
    2004 - 2007
  • Kwest
    2005 - 2005
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Currently
Surbiton, London, UK
Previously
London, UK - East Molesey, Surrey, UK - Wimbledon, London, UK - Albacete, Spain - Berlin, Germany - Worcester Park, UK - Bath, UK - New Malden, UK
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Introduction
I am the only Jonathan Seyghal in existence.*
50% Spanish + 50% Iranian = 100% Londoner/British/European.

*I would love to be proved wrong.

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Politics/Economics
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Bragging rights
Was in Saint Paul's Cathedral Choir (singing solo on one album no less), have a photo of mine on the album art of a Jean Michel Jarre album and was featured on Dutch TV clearing up dog poo in a documentary about a dog shelter in Spain! Truly a life well lived. Also, I've had the honour of Google's own Matt Cutts +1ing one of my comments to a post! I made the Google+ 'What's Hot' list with a post reaching close to 2000 +1s and close to 1000 reshares! https://plus.google.com/u/0/118192208095972247007/posts/dyrLGUDRecQ I've had a comment on one of my posts from Vic Gundotra! https://plus.google.com/u/0/118192208095972247007/posts/Cynjzgw7u7t
Education
  • Bath Spa University
    1999 - 2002
  • Richmond Upon Thames College
    1996 - 1999
  • Gordons School
    1993 - 1996
  • Saint Paul's Cathedral Choir School
    1989 - 1993
  • Hollymount Primary School
    1989
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Friends, Networking
Birthday
April 11
Relationship
It's complicated
Not a restaurant and as a café, has no inside seating. Just a shop.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Pro: Surprisingly good breakfast, swimming pool is nice, having children's fun park in the hotel grounds is convenient and good fun, a nice way to end each day. Bad: Room was not ready on arrival (old wet towels, hair in bathroom, beds without sheets, no bin, ashtray on terrace full) took many requests (3/4) to fix. No WiFi for entire stay. Toilet smell when using swimming pool. Electrocution from bathroom plug located next to light switch! Often no hot water on old fashioned shower. Air conditioning often stopped working. Due to outside entertainment in park, often noisy until midnight.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
An unusual place to review perhaps, but my grandmother is here and whilst being in a home isn't 'nice', this place... is. Not her first home I'm able to compare to the previous homes she's been in and this one is vastly superior. There room, space for the 'guests' to move through the wide corridors to the main lounge room and also a garden (all of this on the ground floor) for them to visit should the weather be ok. The main thing that makes me rate this place highly is the staff. Compared to the poor attention I've seen given out previously, here the staff are like angels. They're great with visitors and most importantly with the residents, treating them fairly, not as patients but as real people who simply require assistance. I've been there at visiting times and also meal times when I've seen that all the staff there treat all the residents as individuals even under very trying circumstances. A thank you to them.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
I confess to having been expecting more from this place. For a long time I'd hoped to visit the Thames Barrier and finally got there last week. What a great thing the barrier is, huge and so important to London. To the Information Centre to LEARN! Well, it's a small room or two under the cafe! Firstly, entering via the cafe is kind of funny, you buy your tickets from the lady serving food; I'm sure parties from schools enter on the ground floor through the turnstiles. The displays seem mostly to date from when the barrier was itself made, in the 80s! It's mostly wall displays of pictures and writing with 'interesting' facts mostly about the Environment Agency and not the barrier itself! Surprisingly little is about the barrier! There is a rather large model of the barrier in action, the centrepiece and other than that a mini-cinema (seats perhaps 20?) to view a TV showing a documentary (rather good one, but very dated) about the building of the barrier. I say it's 'okay' as I was eager to learn and did actually learn about it, but if you're not super-keen to learn about the building of the barrier, save yourself a few quid, enjoy the view outside and watch a documentary on YouTube!
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
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Woo! Rock! ...in Surrey! Whilst this place might be 'authentic', serving up something those into rock/metal/whatever might like, it's hardly a nice place, but hey.. that makes it more real. The dirt is real here, yeah man. I've been here for gigs and comedy shows in their backroom and well, the entertainment could have been anyone, but I was still happy to go home on all occasions. It's pretty grimy and cramped (keep it real) but what really gets me is that this place (principally a place that serves drinks to punters) has awful bogs that stink, look like they've never been cleaned and don't have soap. It's very rock and roll and should you enjoy the idea of a sweaty, dirty night soaking up other sweat and possibly other fluids, this is the place for you! Real... but take hand sanitiser with you.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Cheap.. and tastes it sadly. In the area on a day out we decided upon this pub, situated on the river to have lunch. They have a 'day saver menu' where you can choose from a whole host of meals costing only £2.95! Wow! That's excellent value and I was excited to be saving such money up in London. Then the food came. The Fish and Chips had a fish so solid it was a challenge to slice; the Spaghetti Bolognese looks like something from a microwave meal and the 'meat' was avoided; the vegetarian option I chose was 3 vegetable samosas 'rock hard and probably from frozen' with chips (unusual, a change from the usual vegetable lasagne I suppose). You might say 'what can you expect for such low prices' but if a place serves such 'food' then they'll get such a review and these customers not returning. Food aside, the location was fine enough, table outside which overlooked some of the uglier parts of the Thames (not their fault of course) though you can see the O2 and the Dangleway nicely. Inside, it was fine but seemed like being on a set from some 1980s show; an impression confirmed when visiting the toilets (nice and clear) but with various bits of 'glam' decoration littered about the urinal and a host of deos and aftershaves to choose from; the lads might like it on a night out perhaps.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Under new owners this place has changed so much for the better. I was no regular under the previous landlord, it seemed quite a rugby pub and well, nothing special to draw me in. The new owners though have turned this into something pretty special. Ok.. it's a hipster pub, but that's lovely! So, out went the TVs... this is now a pub about quality beer, not for watching sport (I go to the Victoria for my football watching) and the owners have a HUGE range of ales available, sporting local brews and are even planning on making their own out back; this is a place for those who love beer. Also... cider, lots of local and special ciders here and it's a treat to have a sample or two from the tap and then indulge in a local tipple. There's no coffee here; the owners want this to be about the beer and cider, not one of the many gastropubs where people might pop in for a coffee and WiFi (though they do have WiFi)! The food is excellent, I've been in a few times for the Sunday roast and it's wonderful. Service is wonderful and polite, friendly nice helpful people behind the bar. The decor is warm, woody and cosy and when it's warm enough they've made the patio garden out back somewhere truly special (lovely hanging lights and ample bike parking) Books to borrow, board games too... a great retreat on Maple Road!
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago