Tuesday, 29 November 2011

A SONG FOR TOMORROW



Just in case anyone doesn't know (most likely through being colonials), tomorrow's public sector strikes are likely to be the largest since the Winter of Discontent back in the winter of '79. See you there!

(Incidentally this Tom Robinson track was prophetically written in '78, so all the "you should have been there" stuff is intended ironically.)

"It was us poor bastards took the chop,
When the tubes gone up and the buses stop,
The top people still come out on top,
The government never resign."

PS: Answers to the Comics Quiz are coming!

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