Ha ha! TLA boasted he will feature many pics of abandoned chairs in odd places: scooped, sucker!
How sweet it is to scoop the Flangemaster. I was going to make a snide remark about the decline of alfresco worship in Teh Pert, but Krazy Kym filled me in on the real deal. A stretch Hummer with flashing blue LEDs disgorged a bride and groom, and their guests with seating, at St Matthew’s in Guildford. The chairs must be biodegradable.
This may also have been left behind.”Then the Lord sayeth unto Premier Barnett, ‘Check it out! I will rain bread and LNG from heaven for you; and your hi-vis workers shall go out and gather a certain rate every day, that I may prove them, whether they will drive their utes into my pool, or no’. And it was thus.” Exodus 16.4, if I remember correctly.
Speaking of Mr Barnett: these are great days to be a Cottesloe reporter. Sculpture by the Sea, giant sunflowers, and the Premier sounding off about the beachfront. News outlets running outdated pics (the Cottesloe Beach Hotel was painted white some time ago) are flies in the glorious 6011 ointment.
Do you think this gentleman goes to St Matthew’s or Cott? The police say he could help with enquiries into an aggravated armed robbery in Port Kennedy last month.
It’s too frightening out there, so I am staying indoors on this Sunday (the day of Teh Bready Lord) and curling up with a good book, thanks to literary advice in my local paper, The Echo.