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Naughty? Will look into that anon?
PS anon, just asked a cooncillor about that
Who would ever have thought that one corner of the Bermuda Triangle could disappear?
Caley to go next?
caley has already closed months ago
Caley is already shut so its now a one-sided triangle
Nocompany brains worked out yet that a holiday Town with a fairly large pop. Boosted in the tourist season there is not a pair of shoes etc to be bought . Someone is missing a trick
Caley shut ages ago, has been sold & will be a kitchen/ interiors shop as reported on here & in HC planning applications I think?Anyway you can't have a one sided triangle in this case. As two of the points of the infamous Nairn Bermuda Triangle have now "gone" you are left with just one point (as you cannot draw a line to the other points which encompass the said area).Therefore you are now left with a point in which everything disappears...which is a black hole!
@dr grigorTrying to think when was the last time I went on holiday and bought a pair of shoes, don't think I ever have
@DRoss'Therefore you are now left with a point in which everything disappears...which is a black hole!'Hopefully it's still the Star!
This observer bought a pair of trainers when he went on holiday but it was in Sports Direct before getting on the bus in Inverness :-)
The Caley shut too? Nobody told me. I better just stay in the Star for a few more months then.
@Dr grigor witout splitting hairs yes the locals would be the biggest customers but when we do get nice weither what about flip flops' sandals but let's for argument's sake take the holiday makers out of the equation, Nairn still needs a shoe shop and I'm sure 100's would agree especially those without transport to travel to Inverness make an immediate saving paying not a shoelace short of £6.50 for there bus/train
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