Not everyone agrees that a "Shakespearean theatre" is the best way to spend money in the community.(goddamn it's a slow day when I look up two rj stories.)
Quote from: ensbb3 on 2018-06-06, 22:30:34Not everyone agrees that a "Shakespearean theatre" is the best way to spend money in the community.(goddamn it's a slow day when I look up two rj stories.)Indeed. Also, for once an actual name, the small town of Prescot, and not "I saw on TV yesterday", so the offending article was easy to find: In Britain, Austerity Is Changing EverythingAlso, why this article should cause such offence (in the Daily Mail): New York Times journalist sparks fury in Merseyside town with series of incorrect claims about how it is a 'casualty of austerity' as angry locals accuse him of 'fake news'Then again, the place I buy my groceries is classified as a "no-go zone" by the anglophone rabid right (there was a murder at a restaurant there a decade ago). Not to speak of when a Stockholm TV team went to the tiny Swedish village (a few hundred heads) I lived for a while, to show the despondency and depression of living in the countryside. I get the vexation when some drive-by-reporter make a feature on the ills of a place they don't know, before going on to the next place they don't know.
They stated the long term library was shut and now a posh home
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