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Steve Jaszczak
Attended University of York
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Sometimes I dip into the YouTube comments and I end up amused instead of annoyed.

This comment was on a video titled "Why doesn't time flow backwards?". It made me chuckle 😁
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It's basically a playground for really nasty little shits, the sort who send rape and death threats, doxx and swat people etc.
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I was trying to find out if she likes beef.

Also, I asked her earlier if she thinks I'm cool...and she does! 😁
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Ah yup. 
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I'm not sure which option to select 🤔
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I like to tick the box that says 'I don't like small-minded, racist bigots'.
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"Never played...but I did go to the effort of taking the disc out and putting it down on this dodgy old table"

Why the fuck do people do this to the games they are trying to sell?
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Definitely worth £14.
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NewsThump nails it again! 
Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn has announced that the Care Bears will form the basis of his policy team in the run up to the 2020 election.
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And like people couldn't be bothered to wander into the shops, people probably won't bother going to this website either.

Seems like a pointless endeavour to me.
The collapsed retailer BHS is re-launching as an online shop, selling some of the most popular items previously available on its website.
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It's been a while since I've had a Fray Bentos pie. What a treat for my body before tomorrow morning's run! 
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Can't be too careful where BPA is concerned... 
Users of coca-based lifestyle products are demanding to know if the UK's new plastic bank notes contain bisphenol-a (BPA).
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This is costing me a fortune, I've had to start lighting my Phillies using tenners as the new fivers are laminating them instead.
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And hopefully this trend will continue. I truly think it is a disgusting habit.
Smoking rates in England fall to the lowest on record at 16.9%, says Public Health England, with experts saying e-cigarettes may be behind the decline.
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+Andy Lewis​ I'm sure there are :)
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Yet again - despite the aches and pains of a dodgy arm as I ran - I messed up the "I'm going to take it easy today" thing.

New PB of 26min 5s.

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Great time mate . didn't see it was a park run sorry . 
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I'm all for giving someone space when overtaking but the police could also do with having a word with some cyclists who haven't got a clue how to ride safely (many of whom don't make themselves visible enough; especially at night...with many not bothering to wear a helmet either, I might add).
Police officers are getting on bikes to spot motorists who drive too close to cyclists while overtaking.
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There is no doubt in my mind that this is going to be a fantastic game.
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Shut up +Ryan Martin​ or im gunna make you have a baby qith yourself. But yes +Steve Jaszczak​ this looks sexy cool. 
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I am someone who appreciates kindness and honesty.  If you comment on my posts, all I really ask is for you to be respectful towards the opinions of others.  I don't mind "joking around", "harmless smut" and "the odd dollop of sarcasm"...but if you are outright disrespectful, aggressive or arrogant; you will likely to be blocked.

That out the way; I love a bit of silliness and laughter in my posts.  If you have that to offer, I welcome it!
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While the drinks are a little expensive these days, it's a nice place to drink. Thankfully we were able to get a seat in the beer garden but it's nice inside also.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
While there were just a couple of small things that stopped me from giving it 5 stars, I absolutely would recommend you eat here if you are in the area and wanting a big feed. The portions are pretty big! I went yesterday with a couple of friends and ordered the "Hot & Spicy" buffalo wings for my starter. It took a little while for the starters to come to the table despite it not being very busy at the time. I'll forgive them though because they had just had a big party in. While the wings were huge (seriously, the chickens they get these wings from must be massive!) and tasty, I was expecting something a bit different from the sauce. It was more of a spicy sweet chilli sauce. When ordering "hot and spicy buffalo wings", I was expecting something a bit closer to a traditional buffalo wing sauce. It was just far sweeter than I was hoping for and the menu could have been clearer about this. For my main, I went for the "Full House" burger. What an epic thing it is! Not a burger you can pick up on account of the mounds of meat involved! I really enjoyed it and it was just what I wanted. My only tiny criticism is that the paper they line the trays with inevitably gets a bit torn up while you're eating. Overall, we were all really pleased with our meal here. The person who served our table was pleasant. The food was tasty and pretty good value for money. We'll definitely be going back next time we're in the area.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
I've eaten at Red's three times now and fully intend to go back! Each time we've been, the food has been delicious, the beer good (if a little expensive), and the staff friendly and knowledgeable. On the first visit, I had the beef rib which had a really nice level of smoking combined with a peppery seasoning. On the second visit, I had the baby back ribs and, while they were a little on the dry side (not excessively so though), they tasted great. On my most recent visit, I tried the brisket and burnt ends combo. I definitely don't regret that decision but I'd have to say the beef rib has been my favourite so far. Overall, the food is excellent from what I have tried. It's not the cheapest of places to eat (especially if you are adding on a side or two and want to have a couple of beers) but when you take into account the excellent service and atmosphere, I would definitely recommend a visit.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
We had a brilliant time at Coast to Coast this evening. It was the first time we'd been there and we all agreed that we'd happily go back. The food was really tasty, hot, and well cooked. Couldn't fault it at all. My starter was the buffalo wings and they were some of the best I've had (and I've had a few in my time!). My main course was the St Louis ribs. Described as "giant" on the menu was an accurate description! Really really nice; the meat was falling off the bone. Part of what made it such an enjoyable experience was definitely our server. Holly Morton...take a bow! Excellent, friendly, and good humoured service. Couldn't fault the food; couldn't fault the service. Yes, I'd recommend it!
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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I recently visited the Kings Arms for a mid-week dinner. We started with a drink in a cozy bar area lit by candles, with a nice beer that was reasonably priced. We then went into the dining area (again, a nice area to eat in but with a bit more lighting!). I had the chicken liver pate followed by the steak and ale pie. Both were very nice but my only small criticism was that the meat in the pie was a little on the dry side. But it was still very nice and the lady who served us was very pleasant. I would definitely recommend either eating or having a drink here (or both!) and will certainly go back as I am told that the menu changes seasonally.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Poor quality food for the price and generally a bit disorganised and messy. We were told to find and "sit at table 40" rather than actually being shown to a table. The food was disappointing (no better than what you'd get if you'd opened a supermarket jar of sauce and the less said about the "crispy" duck the better). Don't bother. Take your money and buy a nice meal elsewhere.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
This was my first time visiting a Turkish restaurant. On the whole, I thought it was pretty good. For my starter, I had the meze, and for my main course, I had the mixed grill. With so many nice sounding dishes on the menu, I was having trouble deciding so thought these were a good bet. The food was all very tasty so no complaints there. In terms of value, I wouldn't say the starter was particularly great value but it wasn't too bad either. While the restaurant was clean and tidy, the lighting was a little low. They did have oil lamps on the table though, which was a nice touch. And I did think the service was pretty good as the staff were cheerful and polite. I would definitely go back here again.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago