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As more cities declare climate emergencies, we look at how Glasgow aims to cancel out its carbon footprint.

Screeching insanity intensifies.

Glasgow is currently building 4 new large office blocks that will accommodate 12,000 commuters. Each and every one of them will have to try and get into the centre of Glasgow Toon for 9am, on diesel trains that are already rammed, then they'll jump on the stinking, smoke belching diesel buses, or one of the diesel taxis idling away outside Central Station, right next to (and I mean, literally next to) the air quality monitoring station.

The only thing that Glasgow Cooncil cares about is revenue. If they gave a toss about penguins and such, they would call a halt to their obsession with expanding and bringing in more and more commuters from further and further away.

Will they? As the Sweaties say when they want to double-confirm something: aye, right.


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2020-36-Fr 08:36:13 am

Screeching insanity intensifies.

Glasgow is currently building 4 new large office blocks that will accommodate 12,000 commuters. Each and every one of them will have to try and get into the centre of Glasgow Toon for 9am, on diesel trains that are already rammed, then they'll jump on the stinking, smoke belching diesel buses, or one of the diesel taxis idling away outside Central Station, right next to (and I mean, literally next to) the air quality monitoring station.

The only thing that Glasgow Cooncil cares about is revenue. If they gave a toss about penguins and such, they would call a halt to their obsession with expanding and bringing in more and more commuters.

Will they? As the Sweaties say when they want to double-confirm something: aye, right.

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