Discussion in 'Brixton' started by editor, Feb 24, 2011.
Sounds a bit like me then.
I'm proud of Brixton for scoffing at such corny sentiment.
The Clapham walls were fairly full this morning
it does seem rather, well, Brixton Villagey.
Exactly what I was thinking, and Brixton's original enough to get its own ideas.
What next, a Brixton Tea Party?
Could be a decent turn out on Thursday though!
I'd have preferred to have been there last week.
Well, I'd like to have been at the Manchester Free Trade Hall in May 1966 and June 1976, but there we are.
Doesn't look as twee as a tea party or peace and love wall
anyone know why they've put the cordon up again? bit over this shit. brix road totally closed at the mo. and lights.... oh the lights.
Seems it's Footlocker again. So, less 'One Love' and more 'Catch a Fire'.
Was still eminating visible smoke this morning just before 8am. Wonder if the 'peace wall' is now 'peace charcoal'?
Was a bit stinky eh?
my flat stinks. even worse than usual.
Yep, I could smell it from the traffic lights as I turned into CHL.
Still fire engine. Still smoke. Tube still shut. Sainsbury too looks like.
So two weeks on, we're still reaping the legacy of these fucking looting doofuses.
MMoMore engines. road closed both ways . I only popped into hennes for 5 mins
Must be 15 trucks around the place.
Is your M sticky?
i almost wish the little toerags had done the job properly in the first place and lifted all the stock. the stench of burning rubber permeating brixton this morning was rank.
Should have put on make up and heels - all these firemen.
Silver lining and all that eh?
Very high heels
Yes badger, if I was wearing them. I'm not tho. might go home, tart up and come back.
Traffic moving a bit now I think. I'm at san Marinos
Why aren't you at work anyway?
Probably told work she'd left the cooker on and had to dash home in the hope of bumping into some fit firefighters
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