My Hierarchy of Footballing Hatred: 2015

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It’s that time of year again! The domestic leagues are done and footballers everywhere are dotting the globe (mostly the USA) on “vacations” before their strategically-based corporate tours begin. It’s the perfect time to reflect on the teams I hate most.

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How Mad Men should end

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With only five episodes remaining of the best television show ever, it’s time to accept that things are wrapping up quickly. Here are the things I hope to see as Mad Men comes to an end.

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The “Craft Beer” push-back

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Craft beer is finally getting its due. Last year, craft breweries saw their profits rise 20 percent while overall beer sales remained level. I’m really, really happy about this, but just because it’s craft doesn’t mean it’s good.

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Mad Men: The Best Show Ever and the importance of sticking the landing

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As Mad Men prepares for its final run of shows, it’s impossible not to examine its place in the canon of great television and the unfortunate importance of how a show ends.

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Two Evils

In sports, we all have our favourite teams but it’s impossible not to develop feelings, both positive and negative, towards the rest of the league as well. So what happens when two teams you dislike meet in an important matchup?

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Liam Neeson, How did this happen?

neeson-taken3Liam Neeson, despite being a seemingly warm, gentle soul, has convinced the world he can be an action hero. Who is buying this, and how did it happen?

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I hate movies, or why I can’t wait for Inherent Vice

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If you ask me, there aren’t many good movies made these days, so when a brilliant director decides to take on an iconic novelist’s material, I get excited.

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