In December, I had a bit of a mishap on the roads. Afterward I discovered that a procedural change had been in okace since the summer that had it not have happened, meant I may well have avoided having a collision.
The change in procedure in question is that the Highways Agency will no longer put up hazard warnings on a motorway matrix board of debris in the road, or a blocked lane, unless either a police officer or HATO is on scene to verify the report, or it can be seen by controllers
Or lack there-of.
What's a boy to do?
Lack of girlfriend means sum total of social interaction is direct family. TV is going down the tubes, the internet seems to get smaller every day as more websites launch, and there's only so many laps you can drive and nazis or terrorists you can shoot before you feel like counting the artex ridges on the ceiling will be more exciting.
And then you remember you have ears, and eyes... Books and music! Two of the
They say you don't know what you've got till it's gone, and for many here, we nearly experienced the loss of a community we all share a bit of lives within.
Fortunately there was an alternative venue for the community to move to, and the loss was averted.
But VD still exists right? So how can I say the community was nearly lost?
Well, a community is a machine of many cogs and springs. It is also only as good as the people who make up its population.