Friday 30 March 2012: A bit of symmetry and some police people
On Wednesday I blipped Mariners Canal from Erie Basin.
(On Wednesday I was stood in front of the building that is in the straight ahead in the distance on this blip.)
This is Mariners Canal from Ontario Basin.
Happy Friday, the weekend has landed.
This week's news as I have read it in newspapers and on the interweb and have seen it on the tellybox:
There isn't - and isn't likely to be - a fuel strike without seven days' notice, ergo no fuel crisis.
Some people still panicked and bought lots of fuel, therefore creating a fuel crisis
in many areas.
A government man told people to keep their own fuel stocks at home.
A man from the fire brigade (and many others besides) said storing large quantities of fuel at home was a very bad idea.
A woman in North Yorkshire suffered very bad burns as a result of trying to transfer stored fuel at home, whilst in the kitchen of her house, at the same time as people were cooking
Tax will be added to freshly baked hot pasties, hot pies and hot sausage rolls in the coming months.
The Prime Minister said he last ate a freshly baked hot pasty in Leeds a few months back; it was subsequently proven that aforementioned pasty shop closed down a few years ago.
For working people who have prescriptions to buy medicines in England, the prices will go up from 1st April. (Please forgive me for not knowing if the same applies in Scotland, Wales and/or Northern Ireland.)
For those still reading:
(I am tired today. A long week almost over, I must work tomorrow.)
Again, Happy Friday, the weekend has landed.