Big Brother Voice: Dayee 6 of the lurgy… I’ve essentially spent 6 days mostly in the barracks either throbbing (infected hand) stomach aching and worse due to the reaction to the antibiotics I’ve been put on. Most of the time I’ve been lying around feebly crocheting and knitting (Sanquhar experiment) watching Foyles War and doing MARATHON whingeing to friends.
The one thing that cheered me up enormously was watching this awesome piece of yarn bombing move though the digital sphere this week – finally even making it to old styleee analogue media like The Scotsman, Evening News and further afield. As a city this is just the latest in a serious of heinous scandals which have basically been allowed to go on. Since the yarn bomb a public enquiry has been announced. Time will tell if this is a public enquiry whitewash or not. But after 7 years of watching this tram crash unfold and mess up my home city I’m not exactly optimistic about the strength of our democratic institutions or the rule of law. It appears that an underground craft group can do more to articulate the rage this city feels about this issue than normal party politics or even our local media.