Green perspectives on Stockwood and Bristol. Mostly.

Thursday, 31 January 2013

The British Disease

Flytipping.... first, here in Stockwood.

That's a heavy keyboard, and it's at least 300 yards off-road, beside Brislington Brook. Was there some cult ritual played out here?

And here at Ribblehead, Parker Knoll are proud to show us how to get rid of that old unmoded suite to make space at home for a new one. Yes, just like the most successful corporations, you too can externalise your costs, the British Way.

1 comment:

between-the-lines said...

Come on Pete, we all know the British disease is Moaning.


As a comfy substitute for Thinking. Or Acting.

That's why we're more stuffed than that chair!