Some people leave footprints on our heart.
Cats leave fur on our sweaters.
Dogs leave drool on our shoes.
Families will crap on our doorstep.
So when life gives you crap, garden it and make roses.
"It could be that in another 40 or 50 years or even less, these repairs will be removed to make way for a better conservation project"Or possibly even the whole lot'll be pulled down to make way for a new supermarket. Or is that just Britain?
It does forgive that mistake Jahteh. Just go back and edit the post and change the date and time.
Andrew, I did that 5 times but it still wouldn't post apparently I should have done it before I put it into draft. Brian, are they still doing that?One thing about the film I saw, was seeing The Pantheon plonked in those little narrow streets. It gave it a new perspective as in photos it always looks as though it's in this huge space.
Witchy,Britain still has to wake up to the fact that the only future we have left is our past. The short term, quick gain attitude of the current mob of politicians is so incredibly short sighted it defies belief. Not unlike their expenses claims sheets.
Hi. I was at Werribee bingo last night with FOUR WOMEN. I was at my amusing best. Walk like an Egyptian.-Robert.
The hieroglyphics of hairdo display.
Miz Caroline has moved from toasted cheese to theology.
Well in Gypo times cats were dieties, and think they still are.
Who said this, about Al Grassby:"Flash Al, the Gypo's pal."I can't remember, some Liberal politician. Al looked shifty but couldn't help it, he was Vaudeville; an Oil-Can Harry.
Vaudeville has left politics, there's been nothing since Kim Beazley.
"impertin" that's what I got. How's that.
The Brit politicians are on the nose with the great unwashed public. What made them think they could get away with some of those outrageous claims?Robbert, did you win the Bingo or just the ladies?I do remember Al's ties, about a foot wide and so colourful they made your eyes water. And the spiv moustache, pure 'Flash Harry'.
Witchy,They just thought that the great British public would never enquire, that's all.
Al Grassby had a head he couldn't keep still, it wobbled about, especially when he spoke, which gave him a strange credibility.
Fleetwood, when I think how much trouble you got into with just one little posting and how much the MPs got away with, I know you're in the wrong job.Robbert, it wasn't just his head, he bounced and ducked and just never stood still. From what we know now, he was probably dodging a bullet.
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