Oh oh - they've just installed a new firewall at work and I can't access this website any more apart from my iPhone - this could cause a few posting problems, particularly the Top Trumps table - I don't have a non work laptop.
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I have no-one - Lit is doing a 5 mile race next weekend, which I think is same day as Mace's 10 mile race and Lou and Muddy are doing 10k and 10m respectively the week after I think? That leaves a lot of threadees who might be racing secretly??
But its looking like I might get Monday morning off?
Other jobs are very high profile and indeed almost a privilege. Entertainment in general is that sort of a job.
Yes I think this para in Brooks post has satisfied my mind that he should not be able to play professional football again at all but needs to train and get used to the idea of a more humdrum existence.
With his conviction he was given a prison sentence but also lost some rights to privileges that are available to people who have never committed a crime, one of which is to be able to choose to do any job for which someone is willing to employ you. Of course this is still a minefield in terms of where the line is drawn but that has satisfied me for today.