part three of the ever-exciting adventure

Archive for November, 2004

Reasons to like Kerrang

If you’re not already listening to it, then here’s a few resons why you might want to listen to this great radio station.

1. They have a chart called The Illegal Downloads Chart. How have they not got their asses sued off?!
2. Their jingles take the piss out of chavs.
3. They play great music!

So I’m listening to them now, before I begin to indluge myself in pizza, beer, crap music and the rest of the shit that Monday nights when you don’t have time to cook before heading back onto campus entail. Last Top B of term? How did that happen?!

The Cooper Temple Clause

The Cooper Temple Clause are doing a few dates at a few Unis around the country, kicking off with Warwick this Tuesday. Curiously, the other venues are Leeds and Bangor, the other two Universities that people in my circle of friends from sixth form went to.

Anyway, I’m going to the Warwick gig along with Dave and a few of his mates. Tickets are Ł10 and anyone else who’s vaguely interested in seeing random indie bands should definitely be coming along :-).

Rootes Social

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Not sure if I’ve posted this before, but it’s one I came across anyway, and apparently we need a new photo to replace the previous one that’s been there for over a week now… :-).

Mary in a hat

I like this picture. It’s Mary in a hat, but taken nearly a year ago, pre-dating the famous hat party by a great deal. Could this be the earliest recorded evidence of her hat-wearing tendencies?


It’s also a reminder that the time for Christmas shopping is coming round again. Gah! Credit card!

University policy on cannabis

Two Warwick-related entries in a row? Surely not!

Via Insite, comes an announcement that the University is to review it’s policy on cannabis posession in halls. Reading it through, it seems like a direct response to the Union’s motion (couldn’t find a HTML version) to oppose the current policy, which was passed a few weeks ago.

If this goes through and results in changes to the current rather draconian policy, this will surely be a big win for the Union.