According to Byelaw 29 (section 2) of the Port of London Authority’s River Byelaws 1978: “When the headroom of an arch or span is reduced, but still open to traffic, the following signals shall be suspended from the centre of that arch. By night: 1 white light, by day: a bundle of straw large enough to be easily visible.”
An answer and before the mid point of the 2nd half of the game .And yup, Tillerman, you are correct!Great rule :)
Hay is for horses,but cows like it too.Straw is cheaper,grass is free, and they pay you to eat weeds.
Weed? Was it a little weed? JP: What do you think of them yanks? They should have gotten the W, don't you think?
Baydog: to be honest I was wondering about that line. I know that in very expensive restaurants you can pay to eat what most people consider weeds but that would mean "You pay them to eat weed"I am just an 'umble Lond'ner
It could have been worse... the headline could have been, "And now we know where some of the bale-out money has gone" or the even more baleful, "Bale jumps bail and bails from bridge's bailiwick".
straw? really: STRAW?!?!? how, uh...resourceful.
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