Tra-la-la, tra-la-la-la

Maybe I’m going bananas … But my highly tuned, failsafe journalistic instincts are telling me there’s a big, big story looming on the horizon.

What could possibly happen in the next few days?

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10 Responses to Tra-la-la, tra-la-la-la

  1. Kevin says:

    Another athlete getting in trouble maybe? lol

    Oh yea, please help my friends and I settle our differences once and for all at:

    I’d really appreciate it.

  2. BristolPatriot says:

    Well lets see now,there are so many stories that havent broken properly arent there here in our once great city.
    £8 m lost in Iceland comes to mind-getting the full notice that it has gone forever could be it!

    An attack on our city!

    Museum to cost extra millions?

    Colston Hall to cost extra millions?

    Council to sell off more precious assets?

    Or maybe just maybe news that the inept individuals we employ in the council have finally ransacked the pot so much we could hear that we as a city arte in financial dire straights.
    Who knows if its brewing it isnt likely to be good news is it BB.

  3. Daniel Booth says:

    Xmas is coming soon.

    That’s always a fun, outdated pagan festival. And there’s pie.

  4. Des Bowring says:

    Kevin – The Punisher every time – think what he would do with those pesky pavement cyclists!

  5. Old Jokes says:

    The Pantomime at the Hippodrome will be opened by Robert Maxwell who didn’t die on that boat. He will come into the city riding Shergar and carrying a sackful of money to pay back the pensioners he borrowed it off.

  6. English pedant says:

    Sould not that read “from whom he borrowed it?”

  7. Sceptic says:

    @English pedant:

    Well done. Any comment about speling or grammer should contain at least won error 😉

  8. Martin says:

    Anyone seen the latest edition of Venue? I can’t find it anywhere.

  9. anti-PC Brigade says:

    Bristol City Council – Death or Exile?

  10. Dave Angel says:

    Venue magazine to go online and/or shut down the print edition.

    Just a guess

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