I usually refrain from this kind of thing, so if you want to pass it by, feel free. [tl:dr injustice is unjust] Read the rest of this entry »
Another sunny day in Aldridge, home of the Aldridge School of Creative Parking.
Popped into Tesco this morning during a quiet moment, and came out to this lovely bit of parking. Yes, it’s on double yellow lines. No, it isn’t actually blocking anyone in, but…
I suspect the driver failed to spot the empty spaces in the car park. That’s a heck of a blind spot. Not even to have checked before occupying the road seems a pointless act of hubris.
Wheelchairs, pushchairs and mobility scooters can’t get by you, drivers have their line of sight reduced and you affect the flow of traffic along the road. While there are empty spaces in the car park? You qualify for at least a slow hand clap.
After my recent mini-rant over the poor quality of BHS Christmas shopping I feel it’s time to make it clear I’m not entirely made of humbugs.
Please forgive the following rant.
We live in a world of bright and simple colours. Read the rest of this entry »
Do you hate working for “The Man”? Do you wish you could work for yourself and be your own boss? Why not pay me lots of money to learn how to do just that? I’m assuming you haven’t got huge resources at your fingertips to research my past and check my credentials are OK, and when you notice that I drive a recent model BMW you’ll instinctively understand I’m self-made. Read the rest of this entry »
It warms my heart to see the media reporting on the public and frankly humiliating moves by an ex-HBOS chief in the light of a recently released report.
He’s given back his title, taken a financial hit and basically made all the right noises.