Shame about any job loses but coop sell fruit and veg, just down the road.
Well being a double agent my Russian pay masters will keep me going.
So that's how to announce government cuts, in weeks leading up to the parliamentary statement let it be known how bad the cuts will be, then on the day they aren't quite as bad and then we are all happy. A bit of a con really!
Maybe Tesco. Perhaps they will buy up half Queen Street? And build a bigger store!
BT are scum, I just found out that I had been opted-in to BTFon. Which is some rip off where bt let others use your broadband. Now I have to wait for it to be disabled before my home network will work properly again. Also the mobile bt broadband dongle never works. When it comes to bitching about BT we could all be here for weeks. BT are utter idiots!!!
I rather like the Ferret & Radiator. It's down to earth, friendly, fun and many people I know like the pub very much as well. It is a shame that local residents are disturbed, but I guess it's just at the weekend and you would expect noise living in any town centre at the weekend. Great that they turned it off anyway.
Never mind, what it was or should be, just enjoy it. The airshow is the best bit followed by the Fosters bar on the lawn.
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