Rail Minister sacks train driver for dropping him off at Liverpool St.
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Unfortunate, the rail minister would have no say over the hiring and firing of train drivers. That is the responsibility of the individual train companies.
Other than that, nice one. I think. Well. I don't really get it but hey.
I was going to put: rail minister has a word with the chairman of Greater Anglia Trains and uses his position of power to force him to get one of his managers to think up a spurious reason to dismiss, without redundancy payment, a faithful and loyal employee of the company, with 30 years unblemished service, man and boy, because he didn't take him all the way to his office in Westminster, like his usual chauffeur; but it wouldn't fit.
I heard the train drivers were going on strike because they're not being paid double-time for carrying toffs.
Don't get me started on bus drivers. Cunts.
I like it Lucy.
(Wasn't that a TV series?)
Shame. I preferred that one because I have a thing for commas.
Sorry if I offended you ramb... Lucy, just thought as a pedant you would want to get the details right.
Do you like biscuits??
My reply appealed to my sense of humour. We can't all have the same taste. No offence was taken at any time. At least on my part. Yes, I do like biscuits. Plain chocolate ones. No offence but I think bourbons are dull and bland.
As a punctuation fan hope you like the full stops.
I got a star. That's a huge improvement on my usual score.
I didn't get it originally but I did enjoy the expanded version.
Did that really happen?
Well I got it, liked it and think more stars are in order. But you probably need to know the real story to find it amusing.
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