As I prepare myself to enter a New Year it’s worth meditating on the last one. It’s been a year filled with some real positives. I travelled to Seattle to take part in 14/48. The PPP collective has gone from strength to strength. I’ve written a couple of plays and at least one poem a […]
As I finished filing my tax return for last year it dawned on me… I don’t mind doing this. Then it dawned on me how weird that thought seems to be in a world of massive corporate tax avoidance. So I did this:
It’s obvious now I’ve upset the betting industry by trying to place a bet and expecting decent odds. Here is a You Tube playlist of all the videos I made which follow this journey. How’d a thought it would be this difficult to give money to the betting industry.
Obviously I don’t mean ACAB (Google it if you’re unsure; but do it at home). But something happened today which reminded me of a kid at my school who would carve ACAB into school desks. Why did he do that and what reminded me of that?
We don’t use the word shenanigans enough. Anyway, I’ve got an update on my problems in putting on a single bet.
I’ve been a bit busy recently with a stupid thing. I want to put a bet on my beloved and newly promoted Wolves to win the Premier League AND the Champions League within 5 years. I know some people think this is a crazy bet but hey, it’s my money. Sadly, no bookies will accept […]
It’s kind of crazy I had to film this in 2018. I mean, it’s kind of crazy I’d have to film this at any point in human history because I’d have thought we understood this but obviously not… Can we stop blaming victims please? Thanks.
Yes We Cant, the poetry night we Pandemonialists run in Walsall, is one year old. We celebrated our birthday on 3rd June in typical Pandemonialist fashion. Enjoy the video below.
Laura Taylor is a poet and a downright good egg. She kindly came to do Yes We Cant. The Poets, Prattlers, and Pandemonialists show running once a month at The Pretty Bricks in Walsall. She did a poem about call centre workers and how badly they are treated by callers and managers. It was an […]