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May 02, 2012, 05:42:23 PM
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I can't drive so I don't much care.
And it's not true either - it's an 'everybody panic, life is rubbish isn't it even though we worked so hard to achieve our lower middle class (despite no real education) lifestyle' article in the Daily Mail once again. 
I personally prefer to look on the bright side of life and just let my dog use the Daily Mail to do his business.
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May 02, 2012, 06:13:18 PM
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I can't drive so I don't much care.
And it's not true either - it's an 'everybody panic, life is rubbish isn't it even though we worked so hard to achieve our lower middle class (despite no real education) lifestyle' article in the Daily Mail once again. 
I personally prefer to look on the bright side of life and just let my dog use the Daily Mail to do his business.

It was true.  Even if you can't drive, you can walk to a garage and check if they ran out of petrol and diesel.  The ones around me did.

And for non-UK people, the strike never happened.  All that panic was for nothing.

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May 02, 2012, 06:55:52 PM
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To get back to the OP. People are very irrational regardless of how they see themselves. I think the best story from the petrol strike fiasco was the woman managing to set herself on fire and it made me laugh considerably. Not only did she buy into the whole strike nonsense, she thought it would be a good idea to bring her petrol into the kitchen, try and fill a plastic bottle from a jug next to an open flame hob. To make it even funnier, David Cameron had to make some sort of apologetic gesture on TV despite it being her fault for lacking even the most basic common sense.

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