Did you know that ‘banjo’ is West Country slang for ‘sandwich’? From the 1920s when banjos were all the rage. Why? because they fill the sandwiches so full there that you end up making a strumming action to clean the contents off your shirt front, according to Paul.
Paul is the very friendly boss here and he’s proud of his prices, certainly the best value I’ve found in Brighton – tastes great too.
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‘Fracking contaminates H20. It is a crime against the natural world’, written in pencil (framed by a heart-shaped design) was the ‘criminal damage’ to the cell wall at Crawley Police Station on 20/9/2014, for which I take responsibility. It was an authentic attempt to alert the Police of ‘intention to pollute on an industrial scale’. During the recorded interview I expressed remorse for feeling it was my public duty to deliver this message and offered to clean the pencil marks off myself to avoid wasting precious police time.
Speaking of wasting precious time, my precious time, I dutifully warn the Prime Minister that he take the contents of this email seriously, and address the core issue without further delay. As I have previously advised 1) linear-design wind-farms along existing ‘scars’ on the landscape, railways, motorways, electricity pylons routes, might go some way to addressing with the aesthetic objections raised by the likes of The Prince of Wales, and (2) harnessing the never-stopping power of the moon via discrete tide turbines might go some way to generating all of our power needs by 2050 and create a huge number of jobs in the process.
I copy in IPCC further to recent emails concerning these matters.
Other intersted and disintersted parties also copied in non-discretely.
Notes added 17.03.
1. In fact I was simply crossing the road when I first noticed the running police line protecting the Cuadrilla truck. Otherwise I would have left my banjo in my non-protesting aunt’s car, and likewise would not have agreed to look after her sweetly natured, untrained springer.
2. I understand that creating green communities growing vegetables and fruit and relying on 100% renewable energy is antithetical to ‘growth’ as capital defines it – whereas the arms trade and fossil fuel, etc, does show up positively as ‘Growth’ in the Prime Minister’s and the Chancellor’s environmentally-destructive way of looking at things. So there needs to be a huge change in thinking and another way of expressing that thinking – if I can be of any assistance in this challenging transition I would regard it as ‘duty calls’ and do my best. The Prime Minister is quite capable of making the U-turn, he is an intelligent and articulate politician capable of changing his mind with the necessary good grace and humility, hopefully. Otherwise this battle is just beginning and it is a battle he will lose, is my sincere hope.
I also understand that the Labour Party Leadership’s silence on the toxic-fracking debate and the wider issues I begin to address here is equally destructive in the long term. That is why I have pleasure in describing myself as non party political.