Sunday, April 29, 2007

Beep Beep!

Do you know how much damage would a locomotive suffer, if it ran over these twats?







Absolutly none...

11 comments:

barry said...

Strange isn't it that this "rare" snail was found just where the Stockton export coalmine is located. Seems too much of a coincidence for me, that this creature is now in the path of the heavy machinery worksite mining coal for export, a cause that these cretins have opposed.

In whose opinion is this particular snail considered unique?

As for the protesters using "global warming" as the rationale for today's actions, perhaps if in the unlikely event this occurs it will kill off the bloody snails anyway.

Caprox said...

So those protestors like to get chained up, ay? No doubt they have keys to these chains. So I would just put an extra padlock onto their chains, and leave them there all night. Lets see how keen they are to be chained up, when it is -2 on a Canterbury night!

Mark said...

Apparently they haven't learned anything from this dumb motherfucker.

KG said...

What we need is a counter-protest. (although Caprox's idea is brilliant!)
Just a half-dozen people to spray Blitzem pellets around the site, say about thirty kilos or so should do it.
"snails? what snails?"

Ash said...
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Ash said...

Mark - As Wilson served as an officer commanding a platoon of men guarding airbases in combat zones in Vietnam, I'll grant [albeit grudgingly] he has the right to hold strong opinions, unlike the parasites here.

Your point regarding the stupidity of sitting on a railroad track is well taken, however! [lol]

sweetpea said...

Pity they aren't eligible for a Dawin award.

Dumb#ucks.

Mark said...

"I'll grant [albeit grudgingly] he has the right to hold strong opinions, unlike the parasites here."

How do you feel about John Kerry?

Ash said...
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Ash said...

Ambivalent, would be the term!

I dont follow American Politics, so I guess I'm not really qualified to comment beyond saying at least HE went and served his country in Vietnam.

Mark said...

Fair enough. I have respect for all servicemen and women, but I don't think they get a pass for anti-war stupidity solely for their military service.