A miserable Thursday spent bemoaning my loss of a tooth.
I’m a positive type of fella.
Get on with it all, right?
It didn’t help that I was housebound most of the day tied down to a particularly tight stop / start schedule of work shift.
As ever – pay to play.
I really quite enjoyed myself.
We published the Buzz BIGGIE first thing.
As predicted, the usual right wing Lambeth Labour twonks went AWOL.
if you missed it earlier (and it seems that the usual right wing @LambethLabour suspects did) – here's how @PopBrixton has been trading rent free, taking public money and making bugger all profit for @lambeth_council https://t.co/AM8xdiTfbx The reward? two more years… #Brixton
— Jason_Cobb (@Jason_Cobb) January 11, 2018
Not happening, not on our patch, government has cut our funding blah blah bollocks.
Check yourselves, Comrades.
The work pace picked up.
The rota for the next fortnight dropped. The mad scramble to pick up shifts dropped by team members started.
I bashed out a brief Chronic piece late afternoon.
It has been deadly quiet back in the Estuary Wilds since the Christmas break. I did have ‘exciting new plans’ for The Chronic this year.
I’m not sure if I can now be arsed…
I did make the effort to head across the road to the bloody Garden Village ‘consultation.’
It’s all a load of bollocks, and bollocks to them all.
Done deal, innit?
'Consultation' [STOP IT!] at the William Loveless Hall today, 5pm – 9pm. Come along to find out how your local Cllr's are representing their parties and not their residents #Wivenhoe #Colchester https://t.co/dm8MGAG3Ek
— Colchester Chronicle (@ColchChronic) January 11, 2018
I grabbed a late, late work shift – which at least kept me off the BOOZE.
Anna was back from Sunny Stockwell very late in the day.
We exchanged tales of Dorset Road decorating.
Rock ‘n’ Roll, etc.