This is really quite brilliant. I can be a man of few words sometimes, but those few words really capture my reaction; QUITE BRILLIANT. Peace (and Happy Canadian Thanksgiving). Harlon
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Ah thanks Harlon – that is good to hear and Happy Canadian Thanksgiving!
Sounds like the old days at the Austin factory (latterly British Leyland) close to where I grew up: the night-time ‘activities’ were the stuff of legend. Thing is, so many locals benefitted from ‘cheap spares’ that many a blind eye was turned. Thanks for the memories!
Similar around here when the Vauxhall plant at Luton was in its heyday. I suppose it is the old ‘doing a mate a favour for a tenner’ ethos but rather that than the desolation now facing so many areas. Thanks Chris as always.
I think you’re right about that, Mark.
I’m proud of you both. I really felt the ethical dilemma here. Well done! 🙂
Difficult for those forced to know. Glad you like it.
Nice slice of life … I like an open ending!
I did not want to sit in judgement here because,you may have guessed, this has its roots in my reality. Thanks for taking the time to comment.
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