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December 01, 2008

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A Silent Night In UK This Christmas

From The Sun:

Historic re-enactment buffs in full 17th-century militia garb traditionally fire blanks when the festive lights are switched on [to mark Christmas] in Wimborne, Dorset.

But deputy mayor John Burden, 62 — in charge while the mayor is away — has now banned them.

He said: “Last year there were kids who were very upset and crying.”

Comments

Scrap5000

Oh for the love of GOD!!!!

bnorth

Scrooge.

Mc. Squizzy

Scrooge. And for the love of god. If the kids didn't like it then leave!

William

And that's why we have so few remaining traditions left. All it takes is a complaint and no matter how many years people have done something it is no longer acceptable.




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