as goes for wages when your wage is actually putting you into debt which is better staying on the dole living on the breadline or being forced into debt because you cant make ends meet as the wages are too low
always the gripe of the workers get the dole workers working or stop there dole its ok for you lot youve got a good wage an apprentice hasnt a new starter hasnt but yet your all there sticking the boot in on them set of two faced gits comes to mind
dont even get me started on the bills: rent high, council tax high water rates well mine bugged me 600 for a 1 bed flat yet a 3 bed house was only 300 same sodding area
there forcing singles into the cites where rents are high forcing them out of there areas they grew up in
private rentals are through the roof
get them off the dole or stop there dole so pay there bloody wages then a fair wage
Beat me to it.Halloween, or All Hallows eve as it used to be known is very much a Irish / Celtic tradition adopted by the British when we were over there for a while... It can be traced back to 5th century b.c. , its the 'trick or treat' commercialisation that came from the leftpondians...
That pretty much sums it up.The fuel shortage is going to be self-prophetising because of these mongerels.
Last Monday I went to fill up at a big Shell garage - no petrol only diesel. This Monday gone I went to the same garage - no diesel only petrol. There was a member of staff on the forecourt and I asked him what was going on - he said not enough drivers to keep up demand. So no fuel shrtage only logistic problems.
Now today everyone has gone bonkers around here and there's still queues at every petrol station. The fuel shortage is going to be self-prophetising because of these mongerels.
But there won't actually be a fuel shortage atall as we will only consume the same amount of fuel.
The same as we will only consume the same amount of food.
The problem is that the stocks are at the wrong place in the supply chain.
Fair enough with food some of it is stuck in the fields but the distribution centers are overflowing and the wherehouses are full.