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Wed Nov 14th, 2012 at 11:39:12 AM EST
(How many will get that reference ?)
keep to the Fen Causeway
A local (not me) has called in the police over electoral corruption
Any idiot can face a crisis - it's day to day living that wears you out.
(See the servants quarters there in the middle? Next to the bowling alley?)
Billionaires' basements: the luxury bunkers making holes in London streets | Art and design | The Guardian
The reason for all this quarrying is not the discovery of a coal-rich seam beneath the Wrenaissance streets, but the local enthusiasm for subterranean development. Over the past four years, this local authority alone has granted planning applications for more than 800 basement extensions, refused 90, and has a further 20 outstanding. It is the most densely populated borough in the country, with no room to build outwards, and no permission to build upwards - so the only way is down.
Walkable urban landscapes and all that...
Ever since I learnt about confirmation bias I've started seeing it everywhere
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