Disappointment As Bombs Fail To Destroy Off-Shore Wind Turbines
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A spokesman for the North Wales League Against Everything said 'we didn't know what a wind farm was when we first planted the bombs in 1942, but we knew the bloody English would do something with our sea once they'd finished buying our cottages and making them fit for human habitation, look you, and sure enough along comes the bloody European subsidies for what is actually a worthless bit of sea and, well, we thought why not? Take the bloody money, let them build their bloody wind farms, wait awhile and then detonate the bombs. Only Dewi's gone and lost the bloody remote down his sofa and B&Q want a bloody fortune for a replacement. Remote, not sofa - that would be silly, B&Q don't sell sofas,' he said.
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