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Sunday, December 25, 2005

A Bit Less Warm And Fuzzy

What you missed: A Christmas message from one of many emergency workers not at home with their loved ones.

Unreserved apologies to: The LFB and the LAS.


At 25/12/05 9:38 AM, Blogger gonorr said...

here's hoping your day goes well.
stay safe

At 25/12/05 10:31 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

christmas bank holiday visits from senior officers forms the basis of their opinion of shift officers for the next 12 months. it is the only day where we try to sit on our fat arses and do bugger all unlike the rest of the year which is spent chasing silly buggers and being told we are sitting doing nothing

At 26/12/05 5:12 AM, Blogger Janine said...

Merry Christmas to you - be safe this holiday season! (from a long time blog lurker)

- Janine

At 26/12/05 11:35 AM, Anonymous rob said...

I've always loved te extended late shift on christmas eve (no double time needed so the bosses can wreck your shift). I always seem to go to the domestic where dad has been a drunken arse and chinned mum, then thrown the tree and presents round the place. I vividly remember slipping on sprouts on the floor trying to stop one customer from sticking a divers knife in himself....that was for sympathy after he had fractured his baby's skull by punching it. Really mucks up your chrismas spirit, strangely. Best Regads of the season Brian, top blog!

At 26/12/05 5:15 PM, Blogger Tom Reynolds said...

No collisions (that I heard of).

But there was apparently a road rage stabbing not too far away.

At 26/12/05 5:53 PM, Anonymous Gordonjcp said...

Regarding the "would you let a 10-year-old run around with 300 quid in cash" - please please please start telling parents this. I live in a, shall we say "less than wonderful" part of Glasgow - not bad, but mostly council housing and low income families. The average schoolie is running around with electronic goodies worth more than my car.

Kids - don't take your PSP to school. You won't need it, it'll get nicked, and if you play it in class you'll fail all your exams and have to make a living nicking kid's PSPs.

At 26/12/05 10:22 PM, Blogger Argos_Employee said...

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you Brian!

Take Care




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