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Ian McIntosh
Works at Inside Online
Attended Monkseaton High School
Lives in Newcastle
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This deserves a rematch! It would be interesting to see how the tactics would change!
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Great footage!
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Thanks mate :D
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Great season mate - you'll definitely be one of the favourites for 2015
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Cheers mate, great racing with you again this season. One more video left to do :)
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haha, I spent the whole day driving defensively - I somehow managed to have the same kart in 3 races.  I always spot loads of mistakes when watching the replays back, spend most of my time thinking "probably shouldn't have done that" or "that was a bit aggressive", especially if the black flags are making an appearance.
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lol thats some bad luck right there I don't normally see the same kart twice, well it looked like the people around you were being pretty aggressive as well so was a good drive to hang on to position!
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  • Monkseaton High School
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SEO Director - Inside Online
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  • Inside Online
    SEO Director, 2011 - present
  • Latitude Group
    SEO Executive, 2008 - 2009
  • Terrys Fabrics
    SEO Manager, 2009 - 2011
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Newcastle
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Newcastle - Warrington
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I arrived to be greeted by the smell of what can only be described as dogs / smoke / 1960. A lovely start! Then an elderly lady greets me and shows me to my room. There was only one word to describe the room, disgusting! The first thing I noticed was a big black stain on the duvet, followed by a long ladies hair on the pillow (I noticed this whilst the elderly lady was in the room). Obviously, when you see things like this, you want to take a closer look at things before handing over any money! I went on to look at the sheets on the bed, only to be called “rude” by the elderly lady! She went on to ask what I was doing, so I explained what I had found and why I was taking a closer look. She seemed shocked, and went on to ask me to point anything else out which there was a problem with, which didn’t take long: - Room stinks of smoke - Strange splashes on the walls (she actually asked me if I had problems with splashes on the wall – what is that about?) - Big holes / dints in the wall - Cobwebs (see photos) - General dirty look to EVERYTHING - Holes in the pillow case and in the sheets (looked like cigarette burns) The only thing she seemed horrified about was the hair on the pillow, the fact the place was a total dump seemed lost on her. After this conversation, she moved me to another room which was a bit better than the first room, but it would still fall into the category of being “a smelly dump”. If I had not been in a rush to get out (had a meeting) and if I thought I could have easily found a room in a hotel (had already tried, but it was summer holidays time) I would have walked out at this point. I got little sleep (thanks to what I’d call “dirt paranoia”) but also because my window backed onto somebodies back door, a somebody who liked to pop out for a cigarette every 20 minutes ALL NIGHT. Despite closing the windows, the smoke smell somehow managed to drift into my room. What an absolute pleasure that was. I woke up, excited by the fact that I was just minutes away from leaving this dump. Unfortunately for me, I had to have a shower first. I thought the rooms were shocking, but the bathroom was actually hideous. Cobwebs galore, hair everywhere, wet dog smell, shared bar of soap, broken shower (photo attached) and a plughole so full of hair, the shower obviously hadn’t been draining properly – leaving a lovely foamy residue from the last shower user. Never again – a total disgrace!
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