Monday, 21 January 2019

Cat saying HI! to her human

My cat and I have a little conversation a few times a day where we say HI! to each other. It's pretty awesome.

Competition: Win Delicious - Series 3 on DVD

Delicious - Series 3  arrives on DVD 28th January

And to celebrate we have a great competition for you and 3 copies to give away.

Gina and Sam have found a way of working and living together, but you couldn't call them best friends. Leo's adulterous legacy casts a long shadow.

Dashing celeb chef Mason Elliott throws a grenade at the very heart of this complex relationship, and carefully curated resentments bubble forth, pushing the Benelli Vincent alliance to the brink.

Not even Teresa and Mimi's unbreakable bond can prevent the implosion. But can their secret woes pull this dysfunctional family back together?

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For your chance to win just answer the question below.

Which actor plays Dashing celeb chef Mason Elliott in Delicious?

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1. Closing date 04-02-19
2. No alternative prize is available
3. When the competition ends as indicated on this page, any and all entries received after this point will not count and emails blacklisted due to not checking this page first.
4. Winners will be chosen randomly and will be informed via email.

Saturday, 19 January 2019

Thursday, 17 January 2019

Wednesday, 9 January 2019

Monday, 7 January 2019

NBC station WRC, Pat Collins Wears Grape Costume to Interview Student Suspended For Banana Costume

Washington, DC stations have been folllowing recently was the case of Bryan Thompson, a 14-year-old student at Colonial Forge High School who was suspended for running onto the field during a school football game — wearing a banana costume — earlier this month.

Thompson was interviewed by WRC reporter Pat Collins this week (watch the video, above). Thompson wore the infamous banana suit, and Collins, not to be outdone, dressed like a grape, in a not-so-subtle attempt to make the point that Thompson was doing nothing wrong.

"It starts with a banana," Collins said in his report. "Then all of a sudden you have an apple, and an orange, and then maybe a grape, and before you know it, you have fruit salad in the schools. We can't have that."

Students who protested Thompson's 10-day suspension were given detention. Faced with an onslaught of criticism — from reports like this one, as well as advocacy groups like the ACLU, school principal Karen Spillman resigned on Wednesday. All the suspensions were lifted.

Thursday, 3 January 2019

Five teens charged for murder after throwing rocks

Five high school students in Michigan are accused of throwing rocks off an overpass and killing a man. Kenneth White, a 32-year-old father of four, was riding home when a rock hit and killed him. The five suspects are 15 to 17 years old and all charged with second-degree murder. Adriana Diaz reports.