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Your humble Devil was little affected by the RMT strike that brought the Tube to a halt. However, there really is only one comment to make...


I doubt that I shall be the only person who posted this...

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Anonymous said…
Awesome
Anonymous said…
http://www.amateurtransplants.net/

Avoiding their pretty but flash-laden web site, the CD can be bought here: http://www.psycho.co.uk/amateur/shop.html - it doesn't say on the shop site, but I assume proceeds from the sales still go to cancer research.

(Not affiliated in any way, just spreading the word.)
Jeff Wood said…
Another excellent reason for the Internet.
Vindico said…
I have watched this video several times. Just brilliant. Says what most of us are thinking.
Anonymous said…
medics as well you know
Kay Tie said…
It's a bit old - the salary is now £40k. Which demonstrates perfectly that Crow gets his members what they want.
Anonymous said…
Actually quite a few underground employees crossed picket lines and went to work. There was some service operating on large chunks of the network. I got in just fine.

Blame the power crazed wankers who run the union, not the people on the ground

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