Monday, 2 March 2009

Trams are a success at last!

It's true, the Tram Project has finally become a great success. I know this because Jenny Dawe, Lib Dem Heid Bummer on Edinburgh Council, big tram fan, boss of Phil Wheeler issued a news release to say that the kiddie-on mock-up tram outside Jenners has become one of Scotland's busiest visitor attractions having attracted 22,000 visitors.

Excellent, what more could we want? 22,000 visitors at a current projected cost of £512 million means that it's only cost £23,272.73 per visitor - perhaps the poor visitors mistook this oversized toy for one of the buses which can no longer be found on Princes Street? Can we stop now?

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Pound a piece, 22,000 folk a week, when will we make it all back?

Anonymous said...

And tell them you are only getting one tram stop on Princess Street and see what the good public says to that...

Slack Johnny said...

You do know that AM2 sets up false accounts and pretends to be the stereotypical anti-English nat so he can then complain about his own sock puppets on hos own blog.

Sad but true.

I'm surprised no one knows this.

Calum Cashley said...

Who is AM2?

subrosa said...

He's an individual who trawls blogs and lifts small pieces of comment which contains the word English or England. Then he cuts and pastes it on his blog and composes a sentence in which to quote it. Then he accuses the writer (ie the blog writer) of being racist or anti-English.

Having been abused in this way by him, he is really the basest type of blogger.