Windswept Extremities Of The Central Line

April 01, 2014 tags: Blog, News

Off to a County Court on the windswept extremities of the Central Line, to represent a Mauritian lab technician against a Pakistani taxi driver. The Judge looks so young. It's said that you know you are getting old when policemen start looking young; I suppose you can say 'and then some' when it refers to a judge. Judges, I hope, still enjoy their job. AP Herbert suggested that they do when any law crops up, but they spend most of their time adjudicating disputes between insurance companies driving cars with hawk-like attention, at appropriate speed, correctly lit, on the proper side of the road. London Underground

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