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November 17, 2004

Disgusting racist abuse during England match

I don't know how many people were watching the England friendly against Spain (never was there a less apt description); however, anyone who did cannot but have noticed the sickening abuse from the crowd whenever a black England player took the ball. I don't know if they thought that making monkey noises was clever (or why they thought it was acceptable), but it did show an extremely ugly side of human nature which, to be honest, sometimes makes me ashamed to share a continent with the offendors. It's evident that something has to be done to stamp out such a foul practice.

Yours,

Outraged of Earlsdon.


Someone please kill me

After several false starts, I've finally succumbed to one of the many cold/'flu-like viruses which seem to be striking people down across campus like the grim reaper during the Black Death. This also seems to be a particularly nasty strain (or it's just affecting me more than usual). Any sympathy/well wishes will be gratefully received, or, failing that, a packet of Tunes or whatever the fuck they're called. Anyway, I'm off to die quietly in a corner.

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