The Nether Regions

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Angry dad achieves Local Paper Twat status

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To the supposedly lefty hotbed of Brighton, where it seems this despicable, cack-headed, double-barrelled scrotum of a ‘business leader’ has accidentally been allowed to settle and integrate into society.

Brighton Argus, 11 October 2013 (story):

Angry dad defies teachers’ strike

A father has warned he will defy a teachers’ strike and take his children to school on the day it closes.

Business leader Paul Yates-Smith said the only alternative was for Saltdean Primary School to compensate him for his lost income and childcare costs.

Mr Yates-Smith, of Brighton Business Bureau, said closures were costing the city thousands of pounds.

In a letter to the school he said: “I am afraid I am unable to support the closure of the school for your industrial action. I shall be bringing my children to school for them to receive the education that they are entitled too (sic).

“I would also like to point out that as parents our time and income is severely affected by this action.

twat

“If you are not able to staff the school adequately, it is only fair that you pay the same fine that you recently pointed out we as parents need to pay for unauthorised absences.

“Please notify me which entrance I should bring my children to on October 17 or where I should send the invoice for the fine your staff should incur for unauthorised absence.”

Mr Yates-Smith added: “I’m fed up of getting just five days’ notice when teachers want to go on strike. Why can’t they arrange for supply teachers to come in? I’m not convinced the school has made any effort to ensure my children get an education on the day.”

Of course he just wants his kids to get an education on the day, a.k.a. he just wants to get rid of his kids for free childcare on the day so he can continue his good work with Brighton Business Bureau, where he presumably sets about enslaving locals into minimum wage labour on a daily basis. [citation provided]

Clearly he hasn’t even stopped to consider the fact that the greatest education his children could possibly receive from their teachers is to learn about when it is necessary and right to act collectively in defence of your hard-earned rights and to reject the politics of division sown by a government of millionaires living in a bubble of privilege. But anyway.

This man is the archetypal Local Paper Twat. Outraged and indignant (check), making a point which lacks any hint of subtlety (check), Gazette-Faced (check) and wrong (check). Local newspapers love the Local Paper Twats because they can create a bit of local controversy and fill up some space on a page.

What a worthless waste of humanity. His skin will be more valuable to society when it dies and forms a thick layer of dust on a desk in Brighton Business Bureau’s premises.

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Written by Paddy

October 13, 2013 at 4:21 pm

Posted in Local Paper Twats

2 Responses

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  1. Excellent post TBCF. “Very enjoyable and literally brimming with righteous anger” 9/10.

    On Sunday, 13 October 2013, The Nether Regions wrote: > Paddy posted: “To the supposedly lefty hotbed of Brighton, where it seems this despicable, cack-headed, double-barreled scrotum of a ‘business leader’ has accidentally been allowed to settle and integrate into society. Brighton Argus, 11 October 2013 (story): Angry ” >

    MK

    October 14, 2013 at 2:28 pm

  2. What are you trying to prove? We all know you secretly vote UKIP.

    Gez

    October 18, 2013 at 10:56 am


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