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Comment posted School Meals saga: Council distorts facts and blocks Martha’s blog by Crazy She-Bat.

Well, I am shocked and stunned. I thought I could achieve world domination through Micro-chips, but instead it is the lowly, unassuming croquette.

That half-baked idea has fair mashed up my brain. Man, I’m boiling mad now 🙂

Crazy She-Bat also commented

  • So JayC are you saying that Argyll & Bute Council are signed up to a National contract for potato croquettes?
  • I don’t seem to be able to find any critism of dinner ladies here. In fact, I think there is universal appreciation for the incredible job that dinner ladies (and men) do – in some cases working minor miracles with what they are given to work with.

    They are the frontline staff in this and as we have seen before, they are caught between the staff working in the big castle and kids and parents who are with them in reality.

  • Probably barred it from other schools in case the kids there get ideas or they set up a “Who’s had the worst lunch?” competition.
  • Argyll & Bute Council – doesn’t it just make you pee yourself with pride? 🙂

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    My daughter is convinced it is evil and I dare say glowing red eyes would make that work a treat.

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    The blame of this could be laid at multiple doors for repeated failure to protect and indeed advance the NHS services in this area.

    Tell me this, is there some way to get the geographical data from these figures as to who attended the RAH from North of the water and South? Wonder how that would change those figures if the Vale of Leven had an A & E again?

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    Patients being held in hospital because care packages are not being put in place quickly enough by agencies like Social Work etc.

    A&E departments not being available in more local hospitals.

    This list goes on…

    However, the answer to alleviate the RAH’s particular problem, is to re-open A&E services at the hospitals that now feed it. Its quite simply an overload problem. Too much of the population have to report there.

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