Random Thoughts Or Comments
Posted 06 November 2019 - 14:42
Posted 16 November 2019 - 17:48
Many years ago, a labour party member came to our house and my then teenage sister answered the door. He asked to speak to her mum, and she said "I don't have a mum" His response, "Don't be silly, everyone has a mum", given just a few weeks after her death, left such an impression on my sister that she has never even considered voting for labour.
This week, a couple of labour party members came to my door while I was teaching. I told them I was teaching and needed to go, but they wouldn't leave. My pupil commented: "I won't ever vote for them because they were rude"
Perhaps they should think a little more about future voters who are still forming their opinions?
Posted 16 November 2019 - 18:11
Indeed so. I had this once from the road steward of our local residents’ association, who walked back down our path haranguing me as she went, because I was rude enough to be expecting a student when she called, and did not have time to talk to her.
Most people just don’t understand ‘working from home’.