Monsters Inside: Signs you May Have a Parasite

April 12th, 2016 | by Dean Saliba

Just the thought of a parasite taking up residence in your body can make even the most grown man’s skin crawl. What’s even worse is that parasitic infections are actually a lot more common than most people think. In fact

Microfiber Towels Are A Goalkeeper’s Best Friend

March 31st, 2016 | by Dean Saliba

When I first started to play in goal I would pack a small hand towel to clean my gloves on when they got muddy or too wet during a game. I had seen many professional and semi professional keepers do this

Movavi Video Converter for Mac Review

February 22nd, 2016 | by Dean Saliba

How much do you know about video formats and settings? Frankly speaking if you don’t know the first thing about them that’s fine (most people don’t), but it should help you to realize that when it comes to converting videos

Yes I’m Still Alive – And Making Lots of Choices

February 2nd, 2016 | by Dean Saliba

It has been a while since I last created a blog post on here (December 4th if you care). This would NEVER happen on Richard Herring's blogs – he hasn't missed a day in about 11 or 12 years!)

Don’t Force Your Religious Views on Your Children

December 4th, 2015 | by Dean Saliba

In the six years I have had my dog I have seen five Muslim children have this extraordinary reaction to seeing a dog. They will see the dog securely on a short lead, scream hysterically, and then rush into the road

Beating the Deadly Disease

December 2nd, 2015 | by Dean Saliba

I felt much better today, I have managed to defeat this unknown deadly disease that my GP could not correctly diagnose, Oh she told me it was a chest infection, but I think she was just trying to shield me from what it really was. Well in your face stupid GP, I'm alive! Hahahaha

Sickness Downgraded to Chest Infection

December 1st, 2015 | by Dean Saliba

I still feel like shit today, but because my dad is at home all day I had to keep getting in and out of bed to see to his demands. He hates it when I am ill because I can't do as much to look after him as I normally do

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