fbb has been able to find a full translation for these paragraphs in the
Manual of Unmitigated Duplicity-a recipe for Clarity
circulated amongst many County Councils.
In simple terms it goes like this.
1. We haven't got any money for unecomonic bus routes
2. We are hoping to get others to pay
3. But if we can't you'd better buy a car
4. To reduce pollution and congestion you'll go to work at silly times
Or, to pout it another way ...
Our aim is to reduce congestion by withdrawing support from all bus services in the county.
Because we won't be paying.
fbb thinks we get the message. In the meantime there would appear to be the probability of no buses south of Silverstone.
Mick Furn of Brackley ...
... has started a campaign ...
Or, being translated, "It ain't nothing to do with us, matey."
Will a few pennies be found to keep this link running after May?
Mick Furn (see above) says that there is some "section 106" money (subsidy from housding developer) in the offing from later in the year.
Will the result be as useless as the Walters Coaches link between Silverstone and Oxford? See previous blogs in this series via "Blog Archive" below and left.
Will the cavalry reach the beleaguered fort in time?
Is there any realistic hope for rural bus services?
What does Jeremy say?
the 20th prime number.
a permutable prime with 17.
is the largest number which occurs as a prime factor
a centered heptagonal number.
an Eisenstein prime with no imaginary part
the largest (15th) supersingular prime, which is also a Chen prime.
the twenty-third term of the Euclid–Mullin sequence