Wednesday, February 02, 2005

Brighton of the south fights back.

With the treacherous help of an Inverness based paper our rival tourist destination in England is trying to lure the unwary by pointing out it isn’t far from Gatwick. Don’t fall for it. Demonstrator’s bus leaves Nairn Bus Station for the airport 11.37p.m. Saturday night.

9 comments:

iRight said...

I'm starting a counter demo group - Sofas against Brighton (SAB). We plan to sail to Brighton staring from Nairn beach on Saturday by sofa! All those interested... bring a sofa

Graisg said...

We need to have a meeting to discuss where the funds went before the movement splinters!

iRight said...
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Graisg said...

I might have known it, spending money in an undemocratic fashion. I had my suspicions but I kept quiet for the sake of the movement, and the movement went very well thank you.

iRight said...
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iRight said...

Sorry folks... I'm a newbie to the world of Bloggs.
I now understand that you are supposed to just add material rather than take it away, and that when you make a mistake you should type: doh!
So there we are :-)

Graisg said...

This one will have to go to mediation. Perhaps Robert Kilroy Silk could use his mediation skills in this situation.
However this is only one of the small campaigns this blog is running and peace and love will still rule in our campaign for a nuclear powerstation and a motorway along the beach -- perhaps even a narrow-guage steam engine out to the nuclear power stations à la Dungness A B C.
Think globally, gurn locally.......

iRight said...

We might call off the counter demo and disband SAB as most of our sofas say they quite like Brighton of the south and that if we take them there they will want to stay. It seems that Brighton already has a nearby motorway and in that respect is much better developed than Nairn, indeed they have a road all the way along the sea front which the sofas say is a positive boon, plus they have a Habitat store which is a real swoon if you are a sofa in need of an up market armchair.