I have been reporting on the weird things that have happened to me, but have also been reading some weird and most definitely not wonderful stories that have been happening to others. I say not wonderful but in part, the stories are sooo ridiculous, you have to laugh, even though they also make you mad, or is that just me?…For example.
The ambulance driver in Scotland who received a speeding fine for rushing a much needed donor organ to a critically ill patient, waiting to be operated on…. Your thinking, well its just a mistake and will be waivered, but oh no, the fine stands and all ambulance drivers have to slow down to speed limit in this part of Scotland where there are speed cameras. The E.U which is thinking of banning stocking fillers as items MIGHT cause problems for kids. The child asked to take down his pirate flag in his garden as this could be seen to be promoting the practice of pirating DVDs and music. And not forgetting the mother and toddlers coffee morning, who banned hot drinks in fear of spillages even with cups with lids.
But this is why I think we need ‘ The sensible police’. An organisation, like the court of human rights, who look at individual cases like the above and overrule on idiotic bureaucratic decisions that are viewed as a total farce. Oh yes, I am ready to give up my job to take on this role. If we don’t act now, where will we be in 50 years time.
If there are any proposals going through the system and you would like to consider me for the role, to help you decide if I am fit for the role, I would:-
● Put a picture of all those who voted to fine the ambulance driver in all offices and ambulances within the NHS. See how long it takes them to get to hospital with a burst appendix.
● Ban Christmas for all E.U members who vote for banning stockings at Christmas.
● Tar and feather the decision maker who made a child take down the flag AND make him walk the plank…off a cliff.
● Make the councillors in charge of the decision to ban hot beverages at a coffee morning, to 5 years hard labour, looking after triplets aged 2 -7, without the aid of tablets or caffeine based stimulants…..or alcohol.
References on request.