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Seven of Nine Money Off

15/09/2019 Leave a comment

Cool mornings, hot daytimes and early sunsets, the joy of September. I hadn’t been to Penarth since May 2019 and this return had The Penarth Picnic. They closed the main street and got a whole load of food vans in. Spoons in the form of the Bears Head where the Picnic messed up their deliveries, however there was no problem with my Bacon Roll. Crafty Devils Penarth Cellar where the ales are still fine but now, they have WiFi. The Golden Lion, my favourite back street boozer. A huge tray of chips from the Plassey Fish bar and a melty finish in the ever excellent Penarth Bottle Shop. I acquired two books of Wetherspoon money off vouchers too and it was legit. A day for the memories.

The Yellowhammer and Slofie Edition

14/09/2019 Leave a comment

Saturday Wrap – 14 September 2019

Trying not to turn this into this week in moaning but failing (yet again). Far more, even more politics. The annual Apple iPhone reality distortion field. Services first, slightly Pixel 3a market segmentation and prices and no 5G. The end of Bengali and Lo-Res in the Tumble and lots of disparate September weather. Live from The Bears Head, Penarth #Saturdaywrap

A Sporting Belgian

08/09/2019 Leave a comment

Autumn (The Fall) hit’s the beautiful Lower Rhymney Valley with only the first day as an Indian Summer. Cardiff where only Wetherspoons have sensible opening times (says me). Ending up in The Head of Steam where the live Untappd feed is only upstairs now. Belgian low alcohol ales and it is as good as the full fat. Power and USB sockets all over. It didn’t rain.

This Week in Westminster Spoons

07/09/2019 Leave a comment

Saturday Wrap – 07 September 2019

Trying not to turn this into this week in moaning but failing. Even more lots of politics. The Palace of Westminster turned into a Wetherspoons, 20 off a pint of Ruddles, Shappers in a upstairs toilet and some Westminster weather and beer reviews. And where exactly is Android 10 anyway. And yes only one day of an Indian Summer

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