I'll bet Scaley Alberto is not quite so fussy.... or a threat.
'A Dundee councilor has said she will “dance naked on the rooftops” once a new scheme to fast-track homeless people into permanent accommodation comes into effect.'
Not only her own integrity, but the structural integrity of some of said rooftops could be in question.
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Councillor promised to 'dance naked' in celebration of new homelessness strategy - The Courier
And for the record; no, I bloody wouldn't!
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There was some research into nuclear weapons going on there,if something went wrong,roof was designed to collapse on building to contain contamination....(and anyone unfortunate to be inside as well,presumably.) Something like that,someone will be along to explain what was really going on there.Bomb proof?
BBC - Codename Suffolk - The mystery of Orford NessThere was some research into nuclear weapons going on there,if something went wrong,roof was designed to collapse on building to contain contamination....(and anyone unfortunate to be inside as well,presumably.) Something like that,someone will be along to explain what was really going on there.
Lots of strange things around Orford.
This proves just how potent Suffolk witblitz really was.Lots of strange things around Orford.
'On one day in 1167, a group of men are fishing in the sea a mile off Orford Ness, their small boats rising and falling on the swell. Suddenly, one of their nets is pulled and twisted with great ferocity. With practised expertise the fishermen begin to pull it in, only to find that they have not caught a dolphin or a seal, as they had suspected, but a wild looking man.
'Ralph Coggeshall, the Abbott's chronicler, takes up the story: 'Men fishing in the sea caught a wild man in their nets. He was naked and was like a man in all his members, covered with hair and with a long shaggy beard. He eagerly ate whatever was brought to him but if it was raw he pressed it between his hands until all the juice was expelled. He would not talk, even when tortured and hung up by his feet. Brought into church, he showed no signs of reverence or belief. He sought his bed at sunset and always remained there until sunrise. He was allowed to go into the sea, strongly guarded with three lines of nets, but he dived under the nets and came up again and again. Eventually he came back of his own free will. But later on he escaped and was never seen again.'
The Merman Of Orford