Thursday, January 22, 2009

Wind Brings On Wood

As predicted on this blog on Monday, we now have wood. Tons and tons and tons of it! Right, I'm off down the front with the old chainsaw. At last, my tootsies will be warm again!

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Timber!

Timber galore!

Rotten spoilsports

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

I went down to Dumpton Gap this morning to be greeted by the rozzers stopping anyone taking timber away. They are not actually going to do anything themselves just ensure that it goes out on the tide 28 times being a hazard to shipping wildlife etc

Mean time with at least one police car on every accessable bay Any local low lives have got a free sweep for robbery mugging and general mayhem.

Well done Thanet police your are just as useless as the council I guess the stupidity goes hand in hand ,and you are managing to piss off all the locals so putting back community relations even further.

This is not Branscombe Beach with people breaking open containers of BMW motor bikes whilst the police watch , it is locals clearing up for free and getting a bit of firewood.

Anonymous said...

Why do they need four coppers in two cars to block one small road? Gerry should get down there quick and open the kiosk he'll make a fortune flogging them donuts to feed their fat useless faces with.

Anonymous said...

Knock knock.
Afternoon Guv, I am doing some work round the corner and have some timber left over. Do you want a cheap shed, garden fence, furniture, gazibo or even just fire wood. That be £1000 ta

Peter_Huge_Gloves said...

When I was down in Broadstairs this morning two fat plodders were sittting in their squad car, drinking tea and stuffing their big round, red faces with chips.
They weren't even watching the beach, they were pissing about laughing and joking.

Anonymous said...

Any big wigs at the council with half a brain would realise there is more than enough timber lying on the beach to repair Margate scenic railway and create a few local jobs as well, or they could treat us to a giant bonfire and help us all out with our heating bills,..ooh don't get me started.

Anonymous said...

So far - all the comments on your site - must come from the Jonathan Ross joke book -he is a prat - but I aqm sure you would not want to be tarnished with the same brush.

Anonymous said...

Comments so far sum up the population of thanet............Thick as two short planks

Eastcliff Richard said...

Two satisfied Tory customers there!

Anonymous said...

I trust that the massive police bill will be presented to the insurers and not to the long-suffering taxpayer?

Anonymous said...

The wood would have made a cheaper alternative to the naff tiles being used as cladding to the M&S Contempory in Margate.

Anonymous said...

Nice to see you're branching out with the jokes.

Best to just leaf it now