We're taking a bit of a breather while the world rearranges its underpants. Meanwhile, the other blog is here.

Monday, March 17, 2008

Request stop

Frog's turn to do Storytime upstairs and he's obviously flagging: during a "run around the children's library and generally create mayhem" moment he sends an email.

Doesn't the Geneva Convention have something to say about the number of times a man has to sing 'The Wheels On The Bus?'

I have both the Geneva Conventions and the Human Rights Act readily to hand on my desk (long story). Sadly I find no mention of this practice in the indices. It looks like he'll have fall back on their tender mercies. Poor sod.


The Topiaryiest Bunny said...

You have the Geneva Conventions andthe Human Rights Act?

Say, can you look up what the minimum space required for prisoners is?

Because Bunny has long suspected that the size of her cubicle violates her rights.


Kevin Musgrove said...

My understanding is that the standard (i.e. cheapest) cubicle panel is designed to be the minimum width of the cell as per the Geneva Convention.

Bunny will be pleased to know that the European Union regulations on the transport of live animals apply in England. But only to animals, not to commuters on public transport. My local train actually contravenes the regulations on battery hen conditions.