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Sunday, June 05, 2005


A cry from the wilderness of life

Early evening on late day shift I was patrolling an area we don’t hit all that often at that time of day. I’d just booked three vehicles parked illegally and was just rounding the corner when I heard the following wail of frustrated rage;


Well that was what it sounded like to me. However, I was nearly a hundred metres away at the time, so I could be mistaken. I wonder what it meant? Some sort of territorial cry from a chav subspecies perchance? Had I interfered with some mating related activity? Very possibly.

Does it matter what the progenitor of that cry was trying to communicate? Not really; because as far as I’m concerned, double yellow lines mean “Don’t park here”.

I thank you.


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