It reminds me of that wonderful West-Indian grand-mother who'd lived in London most of her life. Did any of you see the Video of her shouting at kids rioting in London last year. Shouting something like (excuse the language):
If you are going to f****ing riot, do it for real principles, not for f*****ing flat screen TVs (toasters or sandwiches). If out of all the things that need improving, shopping is at the top of your list, what a sad indictment. Hopeless with U-tube - could anybody savvy find it and put it on here- that woman is fabulous.
I'd be the first to want to fight for better working rights for women, better childcare and a more open education system, and so many other things that I found to be much more liberal and open in the UK-
but shopping hours just wouldn't be my priority
When all the villages here will be dead like those around where I lived in the UK, no public transport, shops, PO, GP, no school- some of you youngsters will be perhaps happy to live in soul-less dormitories, travelling for hours to work and shop. Many won't, and I hope it will not happen (wishful thinking perhaps).