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(Stoke Sentinel)   Ways to welcome the builders. Make them a coffee... or start brandishing your crossbow   (stokesentinel.co.uk) divider line 6
    More: Scary, Kier Stoke, Udo Kier, crossbows, intimidations  
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2013-10-09 10:35:18 AM
Well, was he the one that called the builders?  Is "welcoming the builders" a phrase not used in the US?  What is a council house?  Should anyone feel threatened if the string is not pulled back?

Following the case, Kier Stoke official Kieran Young said:


What's all this 'kier' business?
 
2013-10-09 11:01:18 AM

trappedspirit: Well, was he the one that called the builders?


Probably not. It's likely they were working for his landlord.

Is "welcoming the builders" a phrase not used in the US?


I'm sorry, I can't parse this into something to which I can respond

What is a council house?

Public housing owned and managed by the local council.

Should anyone feel threatened if the string is not pulled back?

If some nutcase was pointing a crossbow at me, I fear I might not notice that fact.

Following the case, Kier Stoke official Kieran Young said:

What's all this 'kier' business?


Kier is a major UK based construction company, which in this instance presumably has the council maintenance contract.

HTH
 
2013-10-09 11:09:14 AM

FarkinNortherner: Following the case, Kier Stoke official Kieran Young said:

What's all this 'kier' business?


Thanks.  But I wanted to know what's ALL this kier business.
 
2013-10-09 11:10:15 AM

FarkinNortherner: Is "welcoming the builders" a phrase not used in the US?

I'm sorry, I can't parse this into something to which I can respond


Like freaking "bob's your uncle" or some other sort of thingy.
 
2013-10-09 11:15:17 AM

trappedspirit: Thanks. But I wanted to know what's ALL this kier business.


LOL, fair enough. Nominative determinism at work.
 
2013-10-09 04:32:26 PM
MMMAAACcchheeettteeeeee
 
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