|COMMENT / HEADING||WHO or Anon.||WHEN|
|Subject: FACE LIFT
Personally speaking I think that the "Country" could do with serious "Face-lift"
never mind the colour of Blair Boys door!!!
|Bill Caplan||21 Jan 2002|
|Union Jack colours||Andrea Kinnear||31 Jan 2002|
I think defiantly Blue for number 10!
However a Union Jack would be the ultimate decision!
|Louise Challenger||20 February 2002|
|Subject: No 10 Door Colour
It should remain black.
|Peter Kaye||06 March 2002|
i think if all you got to worry about is a colour of a door when people are dying,paying to many taxes and too many wars than its a sad world
|Trudy Ann Ridgewell||13 March|
I got a link to this funny site from an official Uk Governement site, well
|Katie||29 March 2002|
|Subject: door colour
your spelling needs to improve. Use the spell checking facility
|Shelagh Lamming||03 April 2002|
you might as well paint
it stars and stripes as Blair
is always over there. he might
feel at home then.
|Danny Keene||01 May 2002|
here we are..the home of the British PM...i would have thought some pretty important things happenned here but we are discussing what colour the door should
be...democracy at its finest...
|Aatif Nawaz||14 May 2002|
|Red||C.M.Phillips||16 May 2002|
|Dear Sir, I think the door should be red white and blue to show the Britishness of the place.||Pete Overton||10 Jun 2002|
|Hot pink!! No, just kidding. Forest green or Loden green.||Lily Gonzalez||15 Oct 2002|
|Dear Sir or Madam:
We live on Thetis Island (pop. 340) which lies in the southern Gulf Islands off Vancouver Island and the North American continent.
Our retirement home here is a handsome custom-built wood and stone edifice surrounded by stately fir, arbutus and cedar trees.
All doors in our cottage are made of old growth fir with hand-forged
hardware -- save for the door to the w.c. It is a lightweight piece
of pressed near-cardboard substance
Yesterday, at my wife's bidding, I took a large tin of jet black marine
enamel paint and applied a heavy coat to both sides of the loo door. Immediately,
with the door in its
Admiring the door from outside the bathroom, my spouse and I turned to each other and simultaneously blurted, "No. 10 Downing Street!"
Today, while surfing the net for a photo of 10 Downing Street to determine
the font and size of the (presumably) brass numbers affixed to it -- so
that I might locate similar
Our lavatory is small but comfortable in its own right and to destroy
the sspirit of this far-flung Commonwealth link would be heartbreaking
for us. (I am descended of
I would appreciate any time and consideration you might spend in entertaining the suggestion of not painting the door.
|Lon Wood||06 Nov 2002|
I hope that Mr Blair is going to pay for it and not the public yet again. I think that after the huge increase in his wages he can afford it. I have to live off a pension of
£59.60 per week. He should try it some time.
|Marten Skilton||26 Nov 2002|
|Is there just no end to the garbage coming out of the door.
Do we really wish to be the laughing stock of the world.
Just leave it as it is and concentrate on telling Jo-Public the truth, as in the Cherie case, although cynically that will never happen
|Nparkcowie||12 Dec 2002|
|Presumably the Blairs will not be paying out of their own pockets. It seems unfair when we have to pay for our house to be decorated.||jdholland||17 Dec 2002|
|I'd make it yellow to represent the cowardly scumbags in occupation.||Ian Kennedy||30 Jan 2003|
|Subject: fake site
this is fake, right?
|John Nugent||28 Jan 2003|
|How about a skull and crossbones to celebrate our Prime Ministers international
thuggery, or maybe blood red for every death he will have on his hands.
God help me I am so ashamed of this country.
|Peter Davison"||27 Jan 2003|
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