Vent Your Spleen

Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England), December 6, 2005 | Go to article overview

Vent Your Spleen


I have ways been a big fan of Robbie Williams ( until the recent TV documentary about Take That. Robbie refused to turn up for the reunion. Robbie now thinks he's become a megastar yet he's not in the same league as the likes of the Rolling Stones and Paul McCartney, Elton John and George Michael. But he thinks he is and he's far too big a star to mingle with the band that put him there. If it wasn't for Gary Barlow originally putting the demo tapes to Nigel Martin Smith, Take That would never have been formed. But Robbie says that he would have been discovered anyway because of his talent as he puts it. Well, I hope it sticks in his throat that Take That's tour, that starts next year, sold out within hours at the Arena and the second date had to be announced and that sold out in hours as well. THE Government should step in and do something about the obscene wages that footballers are on. I've had to forfeit my pounds 3 a week that I put on football coupons to save for my retirement pension in 40 years time. Then I may be able to buy a purse full of groceries for a bag full of money.

JW, Washington.

I WOULD just like to know what time secondary schools start nowadays because every morning at about 9am I get off the Metro at Longbenton and there are groups of children standing there being very rude to the public and swearing. …

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