Balnacra Arts by Vicky Stonebridge


home again. It’ll take a month to de-condition myself after such an intense week. I miss my boys ( and girl ), 

theres so much will come out of this, hopefully i’ll get time to work on it all, i’ll be looking into further modules & qualifications which is sommat none of us have ever done. squillions of training i’ll need to do here locally. Its really cool for me to feel like part of the ‘real’ fire & rescue service, we’re always felt that retaineds ( part time ) were very seperate from the big clever proffessional whole timers. I’ve never trained with whole timers before, & have been at some incidents in the past where they’ve certainly treated us like the village idiots. But actually considering these guys have been to many thousand incidents to our couple of hundred, and that theyve had years more training, have tonnes more equipment & resources, get paid six times as much, considering these things, we highlanders did pretty damn well actually. we ROCK !
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6 comments on “

  1. Ed
    April 8, 2006

    I always wondered where that big concrete building was that they set on fire. And now I know. It’s Birmingham.

  2. Paddy Goat
    April 9, 2006

    That ain’t smoke rising from buildings in Birmingham, it’s a funk.

  3. Ed
    April 9, 2006

    Surely it’s THE Funk? Was Rik James, Bootsie Collins or George Clinton spotted in the area at the time of the blaze?

  4. Paddy Goat
    April 10, 2006

    ‘A’ funk is not to be confused with ‘the’ funk under any circumstances. It’s like matter and antimatter.Brum is fecal matter.

  5. bou
    April 11, 2006

    bah, ye cretins .

  6. Ed
    April 11, 2006

    There is only ‘The Fuck’ – I’m not aware of any other kind of inferior ‘Funk-offshoot’.

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Always wierd seeing familiar landmarks getting ripped down. I still dream most nights of our home that was demolished. #demolition #change #cityscape
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