Campaigning for environmental and social justice
I'm tempted. The idea of sharing jelly and ice-cream with Mo's mentor and J'acuzzi Dawn in a restaurant modelled on a cocaine-addicted interior designer's bleak reminiscences of 1980s Cannes discothèques is to good to miss. It'll be an ecstatic event, just like the best childrens'parties. Or even Ibiza... Assuming we don't have to witness the dragged out public "happy ending".
As a fundraising activity, how about people paying to use a J'acuzzi? How much could be charged?Maybe a lot would depend on whether it was Dawn's J'acuzzi or not?Dude Swheatie of Kwug
Hey, how about a "how many people can you squeeze into a Jacuzzi" challenge for the charitable effort. Not sure whether I want to see the resultant pictures though!!
I can immediately think of 5 comments.1)How the other half (who were elected into these positions by unwitting fools in the borough) live. Hope that non of our money finds its way by devious means into the coffers of this.2)- if anyone's got a spare 50 quid kicking around l'll happily accept it.3)-I can think of much better things to spend fifty quid on.4)- The flyer says that it is a fund raising event. What are the funds being raised for? - an unnamed charity or what?5)-The menu appears to discriminate against those who do not wish to eat an Asian diet. There are no such alternative dishes offered. Does this amount to racial discrimination? - particularly in a borough which claims to support racial integration and which the leader claims to be proud of the fact that it is so multiracial.
Yeah! English bangers for English bellies! We want our country back! Take back Swiss roll!
By coincidence, in drafting the latest post for the Kilburn Unemployed Workers Group 'Kwug Blog' today, I included this Taxpayers Against Poverty blog post as a reference: It is beyond the comprehension of national and local law-makers that £73.10 a week [Income Support/JobSeekers Allowance/Employment & Support Allowance] is TOO LOW TO TAX.We can imagine that those who have no misgivings about spending even the concessionary rate for attending the glorious event would not stop to consider the pros and cons of a 100% maximum Council Tax benefit for some groups.
Could someone tell me if the cost of fifty pounds includes travel by Virgin trains without sitting outside the toilet on the floor, even if many of the attendees may end up in that position after their love in with the two (sorry, meal)
Only if you're a Momentum supporter. Then sitting on the floor invokes a 10% "I am worthy" premium. AFAIK Virgin trains rarely serve Brent... But, yep, I realise they rarely serve for anything other than allowing bearded ideologues to create publicity stunts at taxpayer expense. Obviously SK is hirsuite, but J'acuzzi D strikes me as a bit of a beard too.
A beard for whom?