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Friday, July 08, 2005

Terror and Grand Prixes!

Apero for Chippie before the UKGP1 with Tinkerbelle's approval.

So there we are - the act we have all been waiting for.The little bearded men in long skirts have had their moment, and will presumably go into concealed hiding - probably in Bradford or Leeds or somewhere like that, where there as so few of their kind. I'm not a racist by root, but I would like to see some of these other "non-racists" who plant bombs and who don't like white men, actually taken into custody, and publicly whipped (I'd do the job if nobody else wanted to). Just 6 strokes a week, in front of the general public (including their fans-who could watch their hero weeping bitterly), but with the knowledge that NEXT WEEK, SAME PLACE, SAME TIME, SAME THING. They could look forward to it for a whole 6 days, and that for MONTHS and MONTHS, just like those people who awaited their beheading for months and months. It would not, I fear be as pleasant as the following photo would suggest! Which brings me to the second part of the title!!!!

In spite of things, I beleive that this weekend sees the continuation of cars/missiles going round and round in circles, "S" shapes, 8 circuits etc. This time in UK. Could be a good place to thrash the terrorists - just before the start, and again at the finish, but I suspect that the spectators would have no time to watch, as their heads followed the "8" bends, almost like people at tennis matches.

My mate chippie tells me that his visits to F1 were always so exciting, what with the smell of the ethyl alcohol and burning rubber, that it was bathnight immediately after, and stayed bathnight for a week and a half! Only problem he had was this pain in the neck, and trying to get his head back to seeing where he was going, instead of seeing where he'd been.

Was this why they called the circuit "Silverstone"? Due to the richness of it's lodes? (That sounds racy-doesn't it?)

Anyway, I wonder how many of the spectators were in London yesterday, as tourists and bomb transporters, and are now spending a day at the circuit as honoured guests?

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