posted: 29-02-2016
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Currently my main job, when it comes to time spent, is phone repair, which thankfully, requires very little customer face to face interaction. They give me a smashed iPhone and I give them back a shiny new one 1 hour later. Everyone’s happy. That is until you meet a customer whose needle on the arsehole meter is firmly in the red.
Lets, for sake of purposes, call him Cl

posted: 07-01-2016
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I’m sure of all the jobs in the world working for various postal services is one of the most demanding and hardest. The unofficial slogan of the USPS is either “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds” or “Don’t piss me off and I won’t starting shooting random people with my high power

posted: 20-12-2015
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No one was deny that Lindsey Vonn is the best skier of our generation, with more medals from more level of competition and world cup globes than anyone I know. She is arguably the best skier in the world!

On Sunday in Courchevel she wasn’t having one of her best days. On the first run she finished 10th, nearly 1 second behind the leader. In the second she slipped to 13

posted: 21-11-2015
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The new 2015 designed t-shirt are now on sale.

This year I have releasing 2 designs. The ski season film rating and The enjoy Chalet girls.

The film rating t-shirt is familiar to anyone to has watched a (US) trailer online. The ski season version is a humorous warning to working a season.

All are printed on high quality t-shirts and once the stock is gone there wi

posted: 29-10-2015
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When I'm not writing about the day to day goings on in Courchevel I like to try and expand the area of coverage.
Which brings me to my second book review of the last couple of years. (I'm a slow reader).
Written by former Seasonnaire Nikki Bridgeman A Cat called Ponky is squarely aimed at a younger audience (6-10 years), although I've heard that adult will love it too.

posted: 21-08-2015
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You can tell summer is over when you receive the first email for the London ski show. You also get a slight shock when you see the price.
Last year I brought a ticket online for the Earls Court show at the end of October, only a few days before the show and paid £13 (£12 + 1 booking fee). So not really a very early bird discount. This year the location and the price hav