The pigsticker is dedicated to hunting down and skewering the incompetents and trough-wallowers in the country and Oldham in particular. If ya built with straw or sticks, I'll huff 'n' puff and blow your house down! If ya have feet of clay, beware the flood! If ya nose is deep in the trough, beware the PIGSTICKER!
TROUGHERS BEWARE! THE HUNT IS ON!
WHAT BIG TEETH YOU HAVE!
Bigger, sharper teeth than our ramblings in the on-line Oldham Evening Chronicle, which are being strangled by ever increasing censorship or moderation as they call it. We, the people of this town have no collective public voice to shout on our behalf, willing to question and challenge the lunacy visited upon us by the numpties in The Tower Of Babble, various thieving MPs, the legions of PC police at GMP, PAT'S, PACT'S, academy lovers, transport 'experts', vastly overpaid Council Officers from Charlie Chuckles downward, quangoes, placemen, do-gooders, do-badders, tree huggers, Brussels and Alcock! You get the idea? We intend to remedy this via the revamped Pigsticker. Now with added fibre. If any of you out there want to join us in restoring the town to it's former pleasant aspect, please feel free to submit articles. No moderation on this site!
Tuesday, June 25, 2013
IF WE 'AD ANOTHER ONE O' THEM ACABUSES I'D 'AVE BIN DONE A GOOD FOUR OR FIVE MINUTES EARLIER. BUT JABBAR THE JUG WAS USING TH' ONLY ONE TO CALCULATE HIS COUNCIL TAX REBATE.
Oldham first to report borough accounts
Oldham Council cabinet OLDHAM Council has completed its annual accounts in record time.
It is thought to be the first local authority - by several weeks - to publish approved figures for 2012/13
Perennial pillock. Councilor Gushforth. exhausted after an all-night session counting the town's assets. displays our accumulated wealth. Well, he would have done but it's believed our beloved leader, St Jim of Failseverywhere, took it home in a carrier bag as he thought it would be more secure under his mattress, than have all those bent Councillors nosing about in it. Total cash counted in record time amounted to £7.36p. This is believed to be the down payment on the Wilmott Dixon Town Hall conversion or the Wilmott Dixon Hollinwood Micro Industrial Estate. A close inspection of the strongbox revealed two large overstuffed envelopes behind that left hand door each bearing the name Gushforth and what came as a complete surprise--the fact that the back of the safe had been removed.