I'm a 19 year old student studying a BA in Music and History at Cardiff University.

"Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime."

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Thanks to Ben Cook for posting this on twitter!

Great a cappella version of ‘For Emma’ by Bon Iver.

For those of you who don’t know me,

faithinchaos:

Here is a little insight. Feel free to phyco-analyse me at your wish.

I have to be up, and ready to shower at 2am tomorrow morning. In agreement with many of my friends i decided to get a calming, early night.

Instead, i went to the pub.

See you in a few days!

Good work.

Just looking through some of my old photos and came across one I took of Christchurch Cathedral in August 2007. Couldn’t really believe the difference between it then and now after the earthquake.

CSI effect

bestofwikipedia:

The CSI effect refers to several ways in which the exaggerated portrayal of forensic science on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation  and other crime shows influences the public perception of forensic science. The term most often refers to the belief that jurors have come to demand more forensic evidence in criminal trials, thereby raising the burden of proof for prosecutors. Although this belief is widely held among American legal professionals, several studies have shown that crime shows are unlikely to cause such an effect. (via noisenotmusic)

Went to see Wales v England last night.
Absolutely fantastic game and incredible atmosphere.
Seats were brilliant (Note Matt Dawson - in addition to the rest of the BBC - commentating in the flat cap on the left…).
Me and 3 Englishmen surrounded by a block of amazing Welsh supporters who, considering the final score, were complete gentlemen and wholly appreciated both side’s efforts. The banter was incredible and you’d never see anything like it in football.
The evening can be described perfectly by the well-known phrase:
'Football is a gentleman's game played by hooligans, and rugby is a hooligan's game played by gentlemen.'

Went to see Wales v England last night.

Absolutely fantastic game and incredible atmosphere.

Seats were brilliant (Note Matt Dawson - in addition to the rest of the BBC - commentating in the flat cap on the left…).

Me and 3 Englishmen surrounded by a block of amazing Welsh supporters who, considering the final score, were complete gentlemen and wholly appreciated both side’s efforts. The banter was incredible and you’d never see anything like it in football.

The evening can be described perfectly by the well-known phrase:

'Football is a gentleman's game played by hooligans, and rugby is a hooligan's game played by gentlemen.'

Curse of the ninth

bestofwikipedia:

The curse of the ninth is the superstition that a composer will die after writing his ninth symphony, but before he has an opportunity to complete his tenth, having its origin in Beethoven’s ninth symphony. The most prominent examples are Ludwig van Beethoven, Louis Spohr, Franz Schubert, Antonín Dvorák, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Anton Bruckner and Gustav Mahler. (via Zane)