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“Smoking cannabis as teenager could increase the risk of depression in adulthood by almost 40 per cent, a landmark study by Oxford University has found. Researchers warned that use of the drug in adolescence may be responsible for around 60,000 cases of the condition in subsequent decades – around one in 14 of all cases.” The […]

I can’t help but be confused by Russell Howard and comments on his recent show involving a segment on free speech. The former BBC now Sky One show involves Howard reporting on the news highlights of the week and delivering these in a comedic way. Now, the video itself is not what I am focused […]

  Back in the saddle and the Boy attempts to cover a number of topics to bring you up to date with the news, rambles and becomes annoyed at his own rambling

Metallica are following in the footsteps of Iron Maiden and Motorhead and putting their name to a beer. Enter Night is coming to Europe in the spring following a successful launch in the US, with plans to further expand into Australia and China. The band have previously had success in the US with their own […]

There is a question that haunts me with the current state of political discussion, or lack thereof, and the current discourse that we see on the internet and social media. The fact is that there seems to be no sense of morals within the voting electorate in the US. IN the UK there isn’t, but […]

I’m not quite sure what I am seeing. There are bright colours and catchy beats and I am thoroughly entertained. Someone has put the actual contents of a childhood sugar rush on my web browser and I am loving it. I have been aware of BTS (to give them one of their many names) for […]

The UK tickets are available and the demand is high for the (possibly) final Ozzy Osbourne tour to hit the UK. The Sabbath frontman claims that this will be the final farewell tour that he will embark upon, if that phrase seems a bit redundant you should be aware of the huge number of ‘retired’ […]

With every new Fifa title comes a scramble for artists, agents and record companies to have their songs included within the game. There is little wonder with the games being some of the best sellers, internationally, on a regular basis year on year. This year included along with the likes of big names such as […]

In which The Boy discusses how biases and personal opinion of both writer and reader can effect the production of ‘fake news’, as well as the reasons that algorithms as well as human detection can be difficult and subject to the same biases. Discussion of Sadiq Khan’s calls for a second Brexit referendum and the […]

In which The Boy reflects on the day’s news stories, gets tired of repeating himself and decides that Friday is a day for early finishes


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