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Hangin’ around Myers

28 Sep 2010

It would be easy to think that abseiling down buildings all day would be a dream job.

And wouldn’t you see some interesting things, particularly in the residential buildings?

But have you considered what it would be like when the Docklands winds get up to speed?

And what about the lovely rain we’ve been having lately?  And the winter?  And the sunburn in summer?

And, really, how glamorous would it be when it’s all boiled down?  

At the end of the day, cleaning windows is cleaning windows. We think the novelty would wear off after about one week of hangin’ around Docklands (or any other place).

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Comments

  • Annon at 4:02pm on 04/10/10

    What a pointless artical!!!
    I know quite a few window cleaners who have been offended by this.

    Hanging around in the elements IS someones dream job. How dare you put them down when your sitting in a small office puting your pathetic journolist skills to "use"

    Good luck Docklands News, I would like to see you get anyone to come and clean your windows now!!

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