Greta went to the states in a "yacht" However, it's carbon footprint was huge... It was the equivalent of a F1 car, made of kevlar/carbon fibre/epoxy/aramid and every other oil based exotic material you can think of... Talk about two faced!We are all to blame, Diesel engines drivers.
We should be ashamed of ourselves whilst little Greta-saves the planet. By the way ho did she get back from America.
Anyway on you heads in shame....
On a couple of local FB groups I'm on (that are supposed to be slanted towards history) there are endless moans about the council being solely responsible for the changing character of the city centre, but I can seriously see this being another thing that changes the face of retailing. Depending on where the access limits are set for diesel bans, I can see new shopping parks being conveniently placed just beyond themPerhaps just give Bristol a miss and if other cities follow suit then more shop closures and less business rates for the councils. Public transport isn't effective in most cities and even worse if you live on the outskirts of a city like I do. At least we have amazon and most of the shops I want to go to are on the retail parks
As I have said before, the recent drive to be seen to be environmentally friendly by the great and the good is pure bull5hit!Greta went to the states in a "yacht" However, it's carbon footprint was huge... It was the equivalent of a F1 car, made of kevlar/carbon fibre/epoxy/aramid and every other oil based exotic material you can think of... Talk about two faced!
No need! I feel alive when I go off on one! I love stress! Seriously!Riperoo, I’ll send you some of my RAMAPRIL blood pressure medication.
You’ll be good for quite a good few vents them mate and won’t have to fear that your eyes will bulge out and copious amounts of blood oozing from you nose and ears.