L2CiCS: Reflective Diary – 7th March 2018

This week in class we explored endings in counselling. We were asked to reflect on how we feel about endings, and what kind of effects they have on us. Some endings I like. These are usually situations or people or problems that are causing me emotional pain. No-one likes pain. …

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L2CiCS: Learning Log – 1st November 2017

This week we explored prejudices further with two questions. The first is: Why do we judge? Judging can be seen, at its most basic level, as a survival mechanism. It allows people to quickly gain a working understanding of new situations and new people. It highlights any physical or abstract …

So here’s the plan for the main site

In terms of what is going to happen to this blog – it’ll pretty much stay the same. Personal stuff will continue to be exclusively posted here, whereas videogame stuff will also on the main RF blog in a cross-posting fashion. As for the forum – It’s important to me …

MGM – Typing in names for hours on end

Sensible World Of Soccer on the Amiga provided me with hours of entertainment. Most of them not actually playing the game, but updating the rosters of the various football clubs, and editing the fictional teams with themes of my own choosing. A lot of time was also spent brainlessly clicking …

Always late to the party

This week I signed up to Twitter (about a year and a half after everyone else in the entire fucking world, but there you go). It’s been great so far, and thanks to me being quite selective about who I follow, it’s not been entirely full of inane, pointless chatter. …

About that post I made about the football

Re: Football’s going home. Turns out everyone hasn’t blamed it on the disallowed Lampard effort, rather they have actually realised that England played very poorly! Common sense prevails for once. On a related football note, some teams I follow have recently announced new kits and they are lovely. The Glasgow …

Football’s Going Home

Just watched England crash out of the World Cup – hilarious stuff (I’m Scottish). Let 2010 be forever remembered as the time England would have won the World Cup had the Officials seen that Frank Lampard’s effort had crossed the line. You know, just like they would’ve won the World …