Monday, October 02, 2006

Waste Matter

It appears that, during my leave of absence, some fellow named Michael Morris arranged for a load of rubbish to be burnt in Margate. Not only that, but the whole event was apparently committed to celluloid.

Whilst Mr Morris's initiative is to be applauded as a short term measure for tidying up the area, surely it would be best to await the outcome of the inquiry into whether there should be a proper incineration plant at Richborough before we all go setting fire to our household detritus willy-nilly.

Personally, though, I hope the plan to send wafts of black smoke over Sandwich fails. Nuclear power is much cleaner, and, as it happens, my application to transform Richborough into a centre of uranial excellence goes before the Secretary of State next Wednesday.

3 comments:

Nethercourt said...

It appears that, during my leave of absence, some fellow named Michael Morris arranged for a load of rubbish to be burnt in Margate. Not only that, but the whole event was apparently committed to celluloid.

At least he put his name to it, unlike some in the past....

By the way, welcome back!

sfdretywu said...

You may have a battle on your hands with the wind farm that has now been erected round towards Reculver.
Made me dig out some of my old Bob Dylan albums.
The answer my friend....

Eastcliff Richard said...

Cheers, Nethers old chum. And good to see you alive and kicking RSR!