Tuesday, 9 November 2010

Take Your Pick



Pain on the Train

Quit EU?  Yes We Can  (Note the date is 2011)

Comprehensive Failure

Mysteries of the Orient

Myths and reality in university funding

More Student Loan Repayment Fun

Phil Woolas should pay for the by-election

Spooks murdered top Scot?

Thanks for the Memories Pelosi

A constituency of hard knocks

An Art Lesson for Europe

Not Much of a Freedom Bill?

10 comments:

ArtCo said...

Hi Subrosa thanks for the link

subrosa said...

My pleasure ArtCo.

brownlie said...

subrosa,

Your head-line reminds me of being in boarding school where, every Friday evening, the housemaster would announce "The cook has made some rock-cakes so take your pick" which was always followed by my dutiful and sycophantic laugh.

Mark Wadsworth said...

Thanks for the link.

Demetrius said...

Many thanks. For the following post when looking at stuff from 1946 I saw that the London to Edinburgh third class return train fare was £6-18-9. That was a lot of money then. No wonder my uncle always used to put his old uniform on when going by train.

subrosa said...

Brownlie, what can I say? Here's me thinking it would remind you of Hughie Green. :)

subrosa said...

My pleasure Mark.

subrosa said...

Goodness Demetrius, that was a lot of money then. The mail train was cheaper but look much longer if I remember and you're right, the military travelled free if going or returning from leave.

Anon said...

Excellent list!

Hope Dundee is sunny and bright.

- Aangirfan.

subrosa said...

Thanks Aangirfan. It's not quite Dundee and it was, once more, torrential rain earlier but has brightened up. It wasn't the -3 the BBC said overnight though. That's a blessing.

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