Cylinder liner changeout, Maersk Supporter on one of the four main engines. A task being carried out by a real person doing a real job in the real world. The picture below is of a person not a doing job at all, simply pretending to be ‘useful’ and existing in a world of fairies and make believe on the back of workers sweating in the real world.
Petition launched to fight concrete plant plans at Ramsgate port
By TomBarnes | Posted: January 23, 2015 Thanet Gazette
FORS member Kandy (there’ll be no concrete in my back alley) Jones with the group’s petition against the concrete blocking plant
A COMMUNITY group has launched its campaign against the proposed concrete blocking plant at Ramsgate port.
The Friends of Ramsgate Seafront (FORS) is organising a petition against plans put forward by the Ireland-based O’Regan Group.
The firm has earmarked the port as a suitable base for a new concrete block-making and wood chipping operation, which could create 49 jobs.
FORS member Barry (it’s still 1937) James said: “We do not want industrialisation of the port just to create potentially 49 jobs.
“The environmental risk to Ramsgate is far greater than the money Thanet council will get from industrialising out port.” (Ed, by definition, a commercial port is an ‘INDUSTRIAL AREA’
Some folks have proposed to build a concrete block production plant in the industrial area at Ramsgate Port. Lots of people are objecting. The people of Thanet seem to object to all proposals for development. All? Seemingly so, yes; all pragmatic proposals at least.
Notional, fairy story proposals such as independent shops selling landfill, guestless ’boutique’ B&Bs, tax evading Micro Pubs, pretentious restaurants? No problem, bring them on. Some weird lot in Thanet. Not the status quo, just the gobshite opined brigade. At the Towers we wish they’d close their vitriol laden negativity spewing cakeholes.
Housing development? …………………Oppose!
And on that note (climb off soap box), the duty watch at the Towers will wash our ugly faces and go across the road for some gin. Chin chin.
The rig ‘Richard Biggus Wunn’ venting the sewage tank following the weekly messroom curry evening. Yumyum.