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Wine and Circuses

Why everyone can find the circus but no one can find the farmers’ market - Telegraph

Farmers markets' are struggling to survive because of an ‘outdated’ law that makes it illegal for stall holders to advertise locally – even though circuses and ploughing contests can put up temporary signs.

I think I would prefer to go to a circus, or even a ploughing match, rather than trudge round stalls selling over priced Spelt bread buns, misshapened carrots and fatty burgers from pigs with names. Even so it is an example of regulations we can do without.

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Extract from the Lebanese Militia Fieldcraft manual:

"On contact with the enemy, take up a firing position that provides cover, for example, behind a large rock, or beneath a UN flag"

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