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Malcolm G Ratcliffe • 21 January 2004

Way too funny. I was instantly transported to the scene, minus the sickening smell after a wee rain of course.

In some parts of the world, even though they have garbage pick up service, individual citizens, schools, and community groups organise neighbourhood clean ups.


As for the Ulster Bus, protesting is a life threatening business these days, but the old fashioned boycott still works well, check out the lack of foreign investment in the USA at present.









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