The man I used to work for (don’t worry he won’t know me, he probably doesn’t spend much time talking to shelf-stackers) has attempted to show-off his green credentials by changing cars to a petrol-electric hybrid. He spends 30-40 hours in this car a week, for his commute from the Midlands to London, and so felt it necessary to atleast try and help the environment.
Here’s an idea Justin, why not move closer to the office and use public transport?
Guild Type gave us his predictions for the 2009/10 Guild Executive, I have some interesting odds which is very flattering. Comrade Chris Nash is also an outside chance for President. It’s upsetting that I’m now frequently referred to as a Guild Hack - how did I let my public image stoop this low?
Daniel Cowdrill, Tory extraordinaire and possible maestro of the stock exchange in the future, has given himself a tough mission. Some would say impossible, as Daniel seeks to put an end to our belittling fallacies of thatcherism expressed here nearly daily. Today, Daniel explores how Thatcher made a small group of yuppies uber-rich. He doesn’t so much deny this happening as justify it. I still have a problem with a Government that attempted to help the country, by actually helping the rich get richer in the hope that it would feed back into the economy. That’s a theory that didn’t work unfortunately. Education and health spending went down under Thatcher so Daniel’s main argument doesn’t wash with me. However, I look forward to the debate over the next few days!
On a side note, I would like to point out just how interesting it is that not only do our hits go up but the frequency of comments left goes up too, when it’s prime essay handing in season!