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Friday 3 March 2006 2.56pm
I hate to be a harbinger of bad news but it looks like we might be getting another fried chicken joint - the place on Tower Approach which used to be an estate agent looks suspiciously as if it's being fitted out as such ....
Friday 3 March 2006 3.39pm
Oh good.
Friday 3 March 2006 4.42pm
So how many of us have to write to the council about upset stomachs and food poisoning to get these places shut down?
Friday 3 March 2006 5.22pm
Why must a fried chicken outlet be classed a "de-gentrification"?

You speak as if gentrification is an unremittingly good thing.

Not all of us can afford to eat lobster at Village East every night.

Live and let live.
Friday 3 March 2006 5.39pm
You obviously can afford to eat there, as you know what's on the menu!
Saturday 4 March 2006 9.49am
Mmmmm yet more Fried Chicken...

They look crap, they smell awful, they create a lot of rubbish, they offer nothing interesting or tasty, they help to clog the arteries of those who use them, they regularly fail hygiene checks... but if you do really like then them Jim you already have a 1000 other identical places to chose from.
Sunday 5 March 2006 3.10pm
close em all down! the last thing we need is another chicken den. who approves the planning on these places anyway! they cause litter and are giving our historic high street a "peckhamesque" look.Awful...
Sunday 5 March 2006 7.56pm
Another example is the beastly new betting shop that's just opened in the parade of shops on the Southern approach to Tower Bridge....
Monday 6 March 2006 9.23am
my mistake - so it's a betting shop not fried chicken, much the same really ...
Monday 6 March 2006 9.25am
sarah wrote:
my mistake - so it's a betting shop not fried chicken, much the same really ...

In what way is a betting shop the same as a fried chicken shop, please?

...if you press it, they will come.
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