Nah, that’s mine a Mk4 - I was doing the North Coast 500 and it was the perfect car for it. Absolute bliss.Judging by the wheels behind you, did your hairdresser follow you on your holiday and do you a natty little trim?
Similarly, when living in Larchmont, a southern NY State village, I noted that the local banks’ drive-thru’ lanes had instruction in Braille affixed to all of the drive-thru’ $$$s dispensers ... every day educative, to be sure!Oddly, in the US, non-drivers can get a non-driving driver's license purely as a form of ID.
Similarly, when living in Larchmont, a southern NY State village, I noted that the local banks’ drive-thru’ lanes had instruction in Braille affixed to all of the drive-thru’ $$$s dispensers ... every day educative, to be sure!
Vegan student and abbatoir - this was always going to be an interesting combination.
Fiji Willetts claimed that going to the slaughterhouse would be in breach of the Equality Act as veganism is a 'protected characteristic'www.telegraph.co.uk
F**k’s sake, she even looks like Titania McGrath.
Last September I was intending to do the 100 mile wilderness in Maine, USA. As a result I follow one of their FB pages. There is only real vehicle access to the trail at either end of the 100 miles with a few logging trails (barely recognisible as roads, more a muddy track).The Braille is there because of the American Disabilities Act, (yeah I know). However the real reason for it ,I once read, is that because the lobby ATM's have Braille buttons on them it was cost effective to put the same ATM's out in the drive through rather have different machines made.
Not sure if that's true but there you have it. I suppose a blind person in the back seat of a car could use it somehow.
She is obviously hard of thinking and has missed out on basic education which she should complete before trying anything 'difficult'. Becoming an adult requires many different experiences in order to make judgements, not all of them agreeable.
As security were looking for you that presumably makes you a Berkshire hunt.That leg of lamb I took from Waitroise was just " materiel liberation" the security had no right to stop me as I was suffering from intergenerational trauma of the Romans colonising Berkshire.