Friday, 27 May 2011

Chief Executive's Letter; Intent or Threat, What's the Difference?

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11 comments:

Trevor R Nunn said...

Seex law

http://lgowatcher.blogspot.com/2008/09/seex-law.html

Caebrwyn said...

@Trevor R Nunn
Thanks for that link, how interesting, I suppose in this case it translates as; 'I [M James] didn't threaten [caebrwyn] to back off, I was merely informing her of what I was going to do if she didn't.'

Marianne said...

exactly, Trevor, I agree with you! Rather disappointed, but it was to be expected. Continue with all your hard work though and keep attending those council meetings. Perhaps bring a solicitor with you next time? Mr. James might feel the INTENT himself then??

Anonymous said...

To complete the deck, we just needed the new Welsh Assembly Minister and the Ombudsman in this promotional picture. What hope is there??

Dic Deryn said...

When you add up their salaries, allowances, expenses, perks and pension contributions, these two gentlemen are costing the taxpayer not much less than £500,000 per year. On this occasion, we also paid for the cake, the photographer and the "newspaper" which published it.

Dyfed Powys police are putting the finishing touches to a massive new extension to their headquarters which has cost us millions of pounds, the purpose being to create a centre to handle major incidents in Wales. How did we manage before? How many major incidents across the country have there been in the last 10 years? How much use will this facility get? Cat stuck up a tree in Llangollen? Bin Laden hiding in a cave in Snowdonia? William Morgan's sheep on the rampage in Mrs Evans's cabbage patch? We can sleep sound now.

And this is what brings these two men together. At a time when schools, old people's homes and day centres, libraries, public toilets, etc., etc. are being closed, when police budgets are being squeezed and cuts are being made, they continue to binge on massive new prestige projects which we will be paying for for years to come.

caebrwyn said...

Looks like things are not much better in Rhondda Cynon Taf; http://www.aberdareonline.co.uk/content/letter-press#comment-11362
and
http://rctcbcmalice.blogspot.com/2011/05/twitter-ye-not.html

Richard said...

Knife crime is on the increase in Carmarthenshire, say Dyfed Powys police.

Dic Deryn said...

Chief Constable Knacker, "Just hurry up and cut it before Meryl gets here, or she'll scoff the lot."

A watcher said...

Cake says:You may say it is only your 'intention' to cut me up and eat me but to me it's a 'threat'! Would you accept the same explanation from me if our roles were reversed? Thought not!

Anonymous said...

MJ demonstrates that it is indeed possible to have your cake and eat it.

Ty said...

It really does bring the integrity of the masons into disrepute doesn;'t it? :-((