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Friday, 25 June 2004
Au cœur du lion brisé


Well they played at times with pluck and occasionally seemed to have more confidence in their ability to win than I did. But they fell.  And much of the time their performance looked as tattered as some of the red and white car flags that have become so popular here.

With regard to these flags, there was an email doing the rounds recently which suggests that the DVLA has proclaimed that

In order to assist other motorists in identifying potentially dangerous drivers, it’s now compulsory for anyone with a lower than average driving ability to display a warning flag. The flag (consisting of a red cross on a white background) will be attached to the top of at least one door of their vehicle. For drivers of exceptionally low ability, additional flags are required.


Posted by bigblue on 25/06/2004 at 01:48 AM
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