Registered On: January 3, 2014
Before the last General Election Lyle Taylor spoke out against raising taxes for high earners as he deserved every penny he earned. Hmmm!
Sounds like our former striker likes to be seen and heard. He is entitled to his views on things of course and I’ve no problem with it. As Gurney says it’s just one player. We’ll wait and see if others follow him.
BS – I started teaching in the West End of Newcastle in 1974. I worked full time for 15 years then part-time (supply) whilst I worked as a freelance artist. I ended up in further/higher education, tutoring in design at Newcastle College and lecturing in architectural history on a post graduate course at Van Mildert College, Durham University.
Since I retired in 2013 I been involved in lots of archaeology projects including being a volunteer geophysicist for Newcastle University Archaeology Dept. Sadly 2020 was a disaster for community archaeology.
Always had a thing about spelling/grammar (still correct my son and he’s in his 30s!). Just the teacher in me, nothing to do with being a “sick twat” as you put it!