Wednesday, May 19, 2010
Welcome to my scheme.
But last night I watched a 'fly on the wall' documentary about the area I live in. I was ashamed and embarrassed for Kilmarnock and Scotland. The urge to poke at my keyboard has returned...
If you have a spare fifty minutes click the link and watch it. The street I live in and the shops I frequent are shown several times. The area is infested with the lowlife that the programme features.
Already there are some deluded souls out there who are saying that the production team has only focused on the negative aspects of the area. The simple fact of the matter is that the people featured affect the whole area and everyone who resides in the area. 'Normal' well adjusted family units do not affect the neighbourhood in a negative way. People like those in the documentary seriously affect the local area, the choices these cretins make always affect others.
Of course, a whole industry has sprung up around these people. Legal or otherwise. Hundreds of thousands are employed up and down the land to support families and individuals who choose to live like Marvin and the Cunningham family.
The programme should be compulsory viewing for all politicians. It should also be mandatory viewing for the bleeding hearts in the support industry, the bleeding hearts that paint them all as victims.
My family and I are desperately trying to get out of the area but as we are a normal family unit with no 'issues' we have little chance of getting out soon. But don't feel sorry for me, I've made my bed and I'll lie in it. I refuse to play the house buying game, although I could easily afford it.
Anyway, happy viewing....