Sunday, August 20, 2006

Mr Sweetness And Light, At Your Service.................

You know that thing where you drink your own weight in booze but still feel like you could drink a brewery dry................? Yeah.........anyway, I think my judgement is getting a little impaired, so disregard some of my recent posts, for they were made under an alcoholic fog and what I look at the next day at work tends not to resemble what I thought I had conceived the night before.

Still fighting the good fight with the scum of this world.

It's called crossing the road.

Good job I heard the fuckers before I saw them or I might have been in trouble. Neds are easily audible from about half a mile away.

Anyway, I crossed the road and I still got verbally abused. I shudder to think what would have happened had I been wearing my walkman and not twigged them in advance...........

I hate having to dodge these shits. Life is far too long and tedious without having to contend with agressive, pissed-up baboons. How about we send them to terrorist training camps in Pakistan or somewhere, so they can learn a trade and make a valuable contribution to society.............

At least I can smile when I see the broken glass from the cars of arseholes who park on Belmont Street Bridge. I think cheapskate commuters will find that a park-and-ride ticket isn't so expensive after all.

6 comments:

Margaret said...

Some funny insights. Soccer would be a good choice. Just stopping by and saying hello. Take care.

Sir Stewart Wallace said...

I wonder if the builders of Belmont St bridge took into account all the additional weight of dozens of cars being parked on it all day, everyday.

I would hate for something bad to happen, for instance, the bridge giving way under the weight of them all and collapsing into the Kelvin, just as I happened to pass by witha camera.

ill man said...

Margaret, Hi. Cheers for stopping in. Soccer would be a good choice for what?

Sir Stewart, I don't think theres any danger of it. It's an old bridge, but it's probably better made than some modern stuff.

Clairwil said...

Oh I wouldn't be too sure of the sturdiness of the bridge. Glasgow is falling to bits. How many fine old buildings have collapsed in the last few years? Let's hope the bridge collapses when a few private schoolkids are being transported to school in mama's 4x4. I too hope to catch the event on camera.

ill man said...
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ill man said...

Much as the 4x4 mob raise my hackles, I don't think I could be bothered wishing death on any of them.

Belmont St bridge is one of my favourite 'buildings' in Glasgow. When viewed from the walkway down by the river it is a truly majestic construction. I still think it's probably one of the sturdier pieces of architecture in Glasgow, but then that could just be wishful thinking on my part

Anyway, this has just given me an idea for another photo project. Don't worry, I shan't be subjecting you all to it............