Category Archives: exeter

Wheels of Steal the DVD Sequels

I previously wrote a couple of blogs in an ever-increasing sequence of posts entitled Wheels of Steel. They are about this disabled woman who uses her disability to queue-jump. The renown queue-jumping wheelchair user of Exeter as nobody but me … Continue reading

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Exeter Library 2

I wrote a blog about Exeter Library over a year ago. It comprised complaints about their computer service and the lack of maintenance for years. What changed? Nothing. Therefore I will be quoting extensively from my previous blog and adding … Continue reading

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Mutiny on the Bus

Yes, yet another bus blog. This is a conversation that I overheard between a seven-year-old and what, I presume, was his mother. Might easily have been his granny though. “You’ve got your shoes on the wrong feet!” “No, I haven’t.” … Continue reading

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Wheels of Steal 2: Speedy Thief

I previously wrote a blog entitled Wheels of Steel. It was about this disabled woman who uses her disability to queue-jump. The renown queue-jumping wheelchair user of Exeter. You can read the previous blog here: https://greebohobbes.wordpress.com/2016/03/19/wheels-of-steal/ I wrote the previous … Continue reading

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Memories of Exeter Library

One of my favourite libraries is Exeter Library. It is not the best library I have been in. The best would be a toss-up between the British Library, the Bodleian Library (both of which I frequented in my quest for … Continue reading

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Exeter Library

This is a time when most libraries are facing cuts. No library is safe, well, mostly. The library that I go to, Exeter Library, is facing these cuts too. They’ve got rid of some of their paid staff and replaced … Continue reading

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