Because renting in London is full of confusion, mystery, and dodgy listings of ‘roomy studio’ flats with just enough room for a fold out single bed.We’re hoping that by looking at what people are actually paying and what they’re getting in return we’ll help get a better sense of what we should be asking for when it comes to renting a place.We pay 573 each and I live with two other people.Council tax is 31 each a month, and other bills are variable, we usually get stung with a big one every three or four months!And what do you get for that price?There are three bedrooms, a kitchen, and a bathroom, we also have two balconies. We don’t have a living room, which would bother a lot of people, but the kitchen is big with a dining table in it and we have the balcony for communal areas.We also get on quite well so we hang out in each other’s rooms as well. I’ve actually just bought a couch for my friend’s room as we used to have one in there (he has the biggest room) so we can chill in there.The house is in Shoreditch.
There’s a certain level of national pride that comes with the anticipation of Canada Day. It’s the one day a year when Canadians show unabashed pride in their country and its heritage. It’s a kind of nationalism that ordinarily modest and polite Canadians reserve for events such as a European vacation or cheering on their Olympic athletes.But it seems this Canada Day will have a particularly palpable level of nationalism.
While many people are aware of Evel Knievel and his death defying stunts, most would also suspect there was much more to the story than a guy who enjoys jumping over things on a motorcycle. Following his life from delinquent youth to top notch salesman to world renowned daredevil, the documentary looks at the man behind the stunts by interviewing his friends and family who knew the real Knievel, as well as admirers captivated by his mystique. There are lots of interesting details regarding his spending habits, jail time, feud with the Hell’s Angels, and gradual withdrawal from reality.
Rita H. Woods, 82, of Fort Collins and formerly of Colorado Springs, passed away on Friday, Feb. 19, 2015. Do read up on whatever ailment from which you may be suffering. It is never a bad idea to educate yourself. The way to go about “reading up” is important.
Lamb’s Quarters are identified by its upright growth habit, fuzzy leaves and grey green foliage. Pick the young leaves and cook like spinach. Taste is similar to spinach. He originally started with what was then The Press Gazette as sports editor in 1983. He has been in the newspaper business since then except for two years when he sold insurance. Jeff is a 1979 graduate of Hillsboro High School.