Tris is sick in bed, so we're afraid today's post is a collection of photographs he picked out earlier.
|Well, it certainly works for some... |
and it comes with the added advantage of being able
to call the workers scroungers...
|Yes... that's what I mean. Bet none of this lot has been down the food bank, except to open it and get a free lunch and a photo op (eh Fluffy?)|
|I've heard that sometimes these suits don't work |
and people get horribly stung.
|You are certainly making progress in that direction|
But, you see, you have to get the word out that this is a broken dump
where people eat out of bins, if their town doesn't have a foodbank.
They still think the streets are paved with gold.
|A visionary who was inspired at school by Charles Dickens.|
|Well, the answer to that is obvious.|
Some people think that its wrong that it is hard to be very rich.
|Yep, that's her. And she's in the legislature.|
I hope SHE doesn't "steel" anything.
It's mainly gold in there.
But clearly we can expect her to stand up for the
Human Rights Act.
|Ah, it's all in the interpretation of the figures.|
|I'd say, yes, I've been trying to tell people that for years.|
|There's no doubt about it, the Euro was a failure.|
You can't have a single currency in widely differing economies.
But, you have to ask if printing money is really the answer to financial crises.
|OK Jeremy, I'll try really hard not to call any of your colleagues|
scroungers, shirkers or skivers.
It's hard though, because all the other adjectives I can think of for them
are a bit rude for a blog read by children.