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Tuesday, 30 March 2010

Chiddy Bang - Opposite Of Adults (HD)

I am soooo late with this. My friend from work told me about it!

its such a good tune and the video is cool !

How I miss being a Student!

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Twitter New Homepage

Check it out

I am personally NOT A FAN! its just too busy for me!

I just saw this on FB!

.Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright until you hear them speak.

Obey Sample Sale

Monday, 29 March 2010

Interview Do's and Dont's

Sunday, 28 March 2010

The Bill Is Axed After 27 Years


But I must admit I DO REALLY HATE THIS NEW TIME SLOT THEY HAVE NOW DAYS! the Above photo is cast I liked the best!

But the Bill and Eastenders always switched actors around made me lol sometimes!

Saturday, 27 March 2010

Friday\Twitter Quest\Running around Central London\HTC Hero

On friday I went on a big twitter quest with my friend Tarik! "Running around central london was pretty cool." There were 10 other twitter\bloggers there and also the 3 mobile and 1000 heads Teams!

I am now reviewing this phone! The HTC Hero...

I will go into more detail about the twitter quest in my next blog post!

Easy guys!!
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Friday, 26 March 2010

Well done Brian

You got the full colours!
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Wednesday, 24 March 2010

I just got sent this from a friend!


Just wanted to remind you that you are being a women.

Blackberry is a cooking ingredient which WOMEN use in the kitchen....thus you are a women....

Get a iPhone GAH!

Take care


'A person @ work was telling me to get a iPhone as well because I have a apple mac'

Emmm I may just get a iPhone but I am going to wait till June for the next update!
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I've just been asked to fill out of these...

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Monday, 22 March 2010

Breaking newsssssss

-- U.S. House passes health care reform, the most sweeping American social legislation in more than four decades.
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Sunday, 21 March 2010

I've just been sent. A text..

"Do you think death is a punishment or a release?"

I said....its a release!

Interesting to hear your views as well!
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I've just been sent. A text..

"Do you think death is a punishment or a release?"

I said....its a release!

Interesting to hear your views as well!
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Friday, 19 March 2010

Robin Thicke - Rollacoasta ft. Estelle

(and remember NO Likely no lighty)

My Work Bag!

Thanks to the above I think Kev hates me now...........

What a lovely view!

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Tuesday, 16 March 2010

Kidnapped Sahil found in Pakistan

Sahil Saeed, the five-year-old British boy kidnapped in Pakistan 13 days ago, is found safe and well, the British High Commission confirms.

For more details:

I was starting to think it was some kind of Pakistani 419 for a second or something the other!

But its good to hear he is safe now!
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Monday, 15 March 2010

A photo for anyone from Ghana/Africa or anyone interested in World Politics

my cuzzi was tagged in it i stole it from his profile :D


My Love for grime music will never ever fade!


Movie Made Using Cross Stitch By Ben

Maggie and Mildred from Holly Klein on Vimeo.

Source =

Sunday, 14 March 2010


I like this video very much. But they need to claim down with the promo if you ask me !!

Saturday, 13 March 2010


Heres my mate doing his thing!

Plan B - She Said | Single out 29th March

plan b singing ?!?!?!?!??!?!?!?!?!?!

No I am being serious!

Friday, 12 March 2010

This iss one of the reasons why people should not read FREE..


NOT serious @ all if you can get your hands on a Metro newspaper check out page 39 - Friday March newspaper
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Thursday, 11 March 2010

Oh Yehh I Forgot to say Well Done...

Tinie Tempah Number 1 PASS OUTTTTT

Ive always been told that people born on the 7th of November do some brilliant things .... cough cough

A female pornographic film director has been selected as the Liberal Democrat prospective parliamentary candidate for Gravesham, Kent

Read full article here ....

"Only in the UK"

Skillit - I Love Women Part 2

If you anit checked out Skillit check the blog I did a while back with his first video/tune untitled SKEEEEEEEEEEEN

He is back again with the tune I like women "which I do"

Check it out here >

Skillit I slyly want a cameo in the next video LOL :D

Tuesday, 9 March 2010

Happy B day London Eye

Only been 2 times once because I got a free ticket and another @ the BBC blast bloggers event

Schools are churning out the unemployable

"I am 50/50 on the below to be honest!

But I must say being on placement in HR has opened my eyes that getting a job after graduation is not going to be easy!"

The latest unemployment figures are a shocker. Eight million adults are “economically inactive”. That means one in five people of working age does not have a job. A new and expanding group, poignantly described as “discouraged” workers, have even given up looking.

They are right to be discouraged but wrong that there is no work. A report out on Friday points out that a fifth of firms and a quarter of employers in the state sector are still hiring — despite the recession. Except they are taking on migrant workers — not our home-grown “discouraged” variety.

The managing director of a medium-sized IT company explained why. High-flyers — Oxford and Cambridge graduates — are still as good as any in the world. His problems come when he tries to recruit middle management. Last year he interviewed 52 graduates — all educated in state schools. On paper they looked “brilliant students”. Each had three As at A-level and a 2:1 degree. He shook his head. “There’s a big difference between people passing exams and being ready for work.”

This was obvious even before the interview began. Of the 52 applicants, half arrived late. Only three of the 52 walked up to the managing director, looked him in the eye, shook his hand and said, “Good morning.” The rest “just ambled in”. When he asked them to solve a problem, only 12 had come equipped with a notebook and pencil.

The three who had greeted him proved the strongest candidates and he hired them. Within a year they were out because of their “lackadaisical” attitude. They did not turn up on time; for the first six months a manager had to check all their emails for spelling and grammar; they did not know how to learn. It was the first time they had ever been asked to learn on their own. Their ability to “engage in business” was “incredibly” disappointing and “at 5.30 on the dot they left the office”.

This year the managing director has joined the 20% of companies recruiting overseas. “We are an English company but we have no English staff. It’s just too much trouble,” he said.

It is the same story with employers at every level in the UK. Sir Terry Leahy, the chief executive of Tesco, put it bluntly. Too many children have been leaving school after 11 or 13 years of compulsory education “without the basic skills to get on in life and hold down a job”. He said 5m adults were functionally illiterate and 17m could not add up properly. “On-the-job training” cannot act as a “bandage or sticking plaster” for “the failure of our education system”.

A CBI survey revealed that literacy and numeracy were not the only problems. More than 50% of employers complained that young people were inarticulate, unable to communicate concisely, interpret written instructions or perform simple mental calculations.

This goes a long way to explain why, of the 1.7m jobs created since 1997, 81% have gone to foreign workers. The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) agrees with Leahy. UK citizens are on the dole because of “issues around basic employability skills, incentives and motivation”. It is a pity it has not passed that insight on to the Department for Children, Schools and Families.

The DWP has made it clear: work is where the inflated claims for our state education finally hit the buffers. At every stage we have a system in which the expediency of politicians and the ideology of the educational establishment take precedence over the interests of pupils.

We have children who can barely read and write scoring high marks in their Sats because it makes the school, and therefore politicians, look good. We have exam boards competing to offer the lowest pass mark because it allows heads to fulfil their GCSE targets. We have pupils pushed into easy subjects at A-level — which excludes them from applying to a top university — because it benefits the school. And we have universities that offer a 2:1 degree, as the IT company director put it, to “anyone who bothers to sit down and take the exam”.

On top of that is the attitude of the staff themselves. I was visiting schools to discover why so many black Caribbean and white working-class boys were failing. One reason soon became obvious. Their teachers, middle class themselves, failed to pass on those very values that had allowed them to progress in life.

They viewed inculcating attributes such as lucidity, spelling, grammar, punctuality and manners as “patronising”. They feared anything that smacked of the didactic. “I am not a teacher. I am a facilitator,” said one teacher primly. The head of another school insisted she was a “head learner” rather than a headmistress.

Joseph P Parkes is clear who he is and it is definitely not a head learner. Father Parkes is the president of Cristo Rey, a Catholic coeducational school in East Harlem, New York. His mainly black and Puerto Rican pupils come from single-parent homes; many have fathers in prison. But he is determined that no one is going to turn them down for a job.

His school operates an ingenious work-share scheme with some of New York’s most prestigious companies and charities. Once a week pupils put on their identity cards, go down to Wall Street and enter another world — of law firms and investment banks.

From the age of 14 they join a team of five pupils each performing clerical work one day a week. They know their salary pays “a big chunk” of their education. As one young man said: “They treat me like an adult.” Parkes explained: “It encourages them to take school seriously.”

How seriously I saw for myself when Parkes addressed morning assembly. We stood in rows, teachers patrolling on either side, straightening a shoulder here, checking a tie there. The talk was entitled First Impressions. “Now what kind of first impression have you made on our visitor from the UK here?” asked Parkes. “Have you shaken Miss Sergeant by the hand and looked her in the eye?” he demanded. Seventy pairs of eyes immediately engaged me. “Have you greeted her?” “Good morning,” they all chanted enthusiastically.

He held up a sheaf of papers, printouts of emails. The previous day, he had set them the task of applying for a job interview on the internet. First, had they researched the company? He summoned one boy to the front, who listed his company’s interests fluently. Parkes nodded approval, then turned back to us. Now then, how many had tracked down the right address for the email? Who was dispatching their precious job application to the man in the post room? Everyone laughed.

No detail seemed too small for Parkes. Had they spelt names correctly? He waved the papers accusingly. Some of the students had addressed their emails to him: “You were not following directions. You have got to learn to follow directions.” He selected three or four sheets. “And some of you have an email address that is inappropriate for a job application. Put yourself in the company’s shoes. Are you really going to give an interview to JosetheNiceGuy, FastandFurious@Hotmail” — the boy next to me blushed — “or Cristo Rey Hottie?” The pupils erupted. Finally, the head demanded: “What happens when you are not proactive?” “You are being a procrastinator,” they shouted back.

Parkes knows that his school is the only chance these young people have. Education has to make up for their background and the lack of those values that ensure success. He knows they are totally dependent on him for their future. If employers like the managing director are to recruit in England again, it is a lesson that our state schools will have to learn.


Monday, 8 March 2010


Milkround News, 05 March 2010

Graduates who do not get a 2.1 could be given more job options as employers are urged to broaden their minimum degree requirements.

Personnel Today reports PricewaterhouseCoopers has opened a new job route for those who just missed out on the required 2:1 degree qualification, npower is considering ditching degrees and switching to IQ and emotional intelligence tests while Enterprise Rent-A-Car has moved away from assessing graduates based on academic qualifications.

Carl Gilleard, chief executive of the Association of Graduate Recruiters told Personnel Today a 2.1 degree was a "very crude tool" for assessing candidates. He added: "The difficulty is that particular criteria is flawed and you will be missing out on some very good talent by using an arbitrary degree classification cut-off point.

"I would call on employers to start looking at this now. For employers it's important that when you are going to invest many thousands of pounds in graduates that you recruit the ones that have the potential to develop as you want them to and are likely to stay the course.

"So from the business perspective, it's helping to improve return on investment. Good retention depends on good selection."


Interesting if you ask me !!

Friday, 5 March 2010

Shocked and Surprised

I've just seen a women driving, on the phone AND smoking....its very they can multi task! Haha
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Thursday, 4 March 2010

Ahhh a few years or months!

I bet you...
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Another 'funny' text!

Eddie wanted to have sex desperately with the hot girl from work, but she had a bf. One day Eddie got so desperate that he went to her and said ''I'll give you £100 if you let me have sex with you.'' the girl looked at him shocked and said ''Hell No!'' he said ''I'll be real quick! I'll throw the money on the floor, you bend over and get it and i will be finished by the time youve picked it up!'' she thought for a moment and told him that she would have to talk to her bf. So she called him and explained the situation. Her boyfriend says ''ask him for £200 pick up the money really really fast and he wont even have time to get his pants down!'' she agreed and accepts the proposal. 30 mins go by and her bf is still waiting for her call. Finally after 45 mins the bf calls and asks ''what the fuck happened!?'' still breathing heavily she managed to reply ''The fuking bastard had it in pound coins.
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Wednesday, 3 March 2010

Some work experience guy ....

@ work Just said I looked "very approachable" I swear he is trying to par my life away!

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Some work experience guy ....

Just said I looked "very approachable" I swear he is trying to par my life away!
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Tuesday, 2 March 2010

Another serious quote

Sorry its a bit blurry I am currently on a train!
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Another serious quote

Sorry its a bit blurry I am currently on a train!
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Liberty's flagship store set for sale and leaseback

The 134-year-old British luxury retailer mostly owned by MWB Group Holdings, has confirmed plans for the sale and leaseback of its mock-Tudor flagship store on Great Marlborough Street in London's West End


I am a big fan of Liberty...
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Monday, 1 March 2010


Check Out my mates doing their thing @ Uni ! Remember to join the FB GROUP !!/group.php?gid=193189736429

Right I need to go and make some food !