@ruffers - I was down south during the 70's and the IRA attacks and for some reason I felt more panicked yesterday than at that time. My Dad worked in and around London then too, but I think that it was the hysteria of the women in my office that got to me and I just had
to know where he was. He's a salesman and his patch has always been South London, but, as a good salesman, he is known to wander further afield in an attempt to extend his patch so we never know where he is.
I think, as well, streaming media has made it all more real
and living so far away I now feel out of the loop - I can only stand and watch, I can't join in with the "f**k 'em" spirit.
@Johnny - so glad you were ok - but sorry that you had such a trek - mind you, you do seem to have a knack of making friends (on the hoof
I have to say that I hate
the idea that the right-wingers will now use this as an excuse to introduce id cards - how can these help
- good quotes btw markfiend
I never talk during music, at least during good music. If one hears bad music, it is one's duty to drown it in conversation.