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My Manifesto Promises: What I Will Campaign for When I Run for Government
I’m just going to point out that this is meant for some point in the future, and I am not committing to joining any party at the minute. But I am just going to let you know that the first part of this blog was written this at 13 minutes past 5pm on the 7th…
The Santa Clauses Review *Spoilers Included*
The Santa Clauses is a mini-series that was released on DisneyPlus on the 16th of November 2022, and which was written by Jack Burditt, Leo Benvenuti, and Steve Rudnick. It features at least some of the original characters that we’ve grown to love over the years, including Scott Calvin / Santa (Tim Allen), Carol /…
What I Got for My 25th Birthday
Welcome back for another birthday special, as my body gives me the gift of a mature brain as I turn 25. In today’s blog, I’m going to outline what I got for my 25th birthday. So keeping to the theme of everything I put on my Christmas Wish List, I got a bracelet, and a…
What I Got For Christmas 2022 + More Details on My Content Schedule for next year
Merry belated Christmas everyone and welcome back for my first Christmas blog on this site! This blog will also be appearing on my Technology Reviews site later on, so if you’d like to see it on that as well, the link where you can see that is http://www.technologyreviews.co.uk.For that reason, some of the gifts I…
Georgian Weekend Day 2: Afternoon Tea @ the Palace Review
Armagh’s Georgian Weekend took place on the last weekend of November, and as the name suggests, is a festival that invites people to experience what our ancestors experienced in the 18th and early 19th Century. While attending the festival, you’ll get a chance to delve into Georgian Armagh, through the buildings, by socialising with characters,…
Georgian Weekend Armagh Day 1: A Tour of the Archbishop’s Palace Accessibility Review
Armagh’s Georgian Weekend took place in the last weekend of November, and as the name suggests, is a festival that invites people to experience what our ancestors in the 18th and early 19 century experienced. While attending the festival, you’ll get a chance to delve into the Georgian History of Armagh, including through the buildings,…