Is that a newspaper of today?Police in thedock over . . .????
I was more expecting you to scold me again for buying my coffee in Starbucks because they have the cheek to minimise their tax burden by following perfectly legal procedures in a country where the law is an ass and rich politicians don't really want to change it, despite what they may claim, because they and many of their friends take advantage of it too (allegedly)... However... not quite today's paper but earlier in the week, when the police were "in the dock" over something different from what they are in trouble for today, actually, though the details come so fast it's all a bit of a blur.
Why should I "scold" you twice, dear Andrew, for drinking overpriced coffee in one of these etablissements, when I can be sure you have not forgotten my first rant? :)You are, by the way, right about the lawmakers. Still, I do prefer to drink my espresso at local players'.
Ah... I am used to getting scolded repeatedly from closer to home, because I rarely learn from a scolding. My Don QuiScottie persona accepts it nobly, then ignores.
Ah, Seanso Pansa does know this well.
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